The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 22, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


Pensacola is the seat of government for the westernmost city in the westernmost (Escambia) county of Florida. Since the colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was one of Florida’s four largest cities, with a population exceeding ten thousand. The Pensacola Daily News began publication in 1889. The editors pledged to "be Democratic, conservative but yet sufficiently aggressive to give weight to [the Daily News’] remarks." By March 1897, the Daily News had increased its circulation to 1,500. The Pensacola Journal, begun as a weekly, remained its main competitor. Among the bigger stories the Daily News covered was the 1891 dedication of the Confederate Monument in Lee Square and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. Pensacola’s Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them Theodore Roosevelt. In the years that followed, Pensacola continued to expand. 1908 saw the completion of a new Spanish Renaissance City Hall. Around this time, the Daily News was followed by the Pensacola Evening News. The exact year of the transition is uncertain as the Pensacola Evening News continued the numbering of its predecessor. The earliest verified edition of the Pensacola Evening News dates from April 6, 1908. In 1910, when its population reached 23,000, Pensacola erected its first skyscraper--the ten-story American National Bank building, constructed the San Carlos Hotel, and raised a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had twenty-one miles of paved streets. The first modern hospital opened in 1915, and by 1924 the city’s fire department was entirely motorized. In that same year, the Pensacola Evening News merged its operations with the Pensacola Journal then under the leadership of John H. Perry. For the next six decades, the two papers continued to report the city’s news, the Journal in the morning and the News in the evening.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1889.
General Note:
Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Pensacola evening news


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I pENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor. 1 |n! |

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friiirUm of Xortkrra Com. *** -- Iit
rtfl ../0..0 Ilii I'rononclatloa. next cabinet rumors may be expected Anaconda, 2:01: %. may change owners -
,t lK>'ieve that there is any Catarrh Remedies and Doctors to relate to the first" secretary orcummerce.ew before the' bell rings for him to t, ift.
v world Failed York Mall and Expresa. start in 1902.
more provocative of -Pe-ru-na Cured. .'
,t 1,. .;Ciller than the northern The report that York Boy, 2O91.1s : ,. :,!
produce southern pronun- The United States has taken practically to "go down the big ring" this year I i"I

,sauce, there is an idea all of Germany's loan of 300,0)0- is being circulated.The : :
,, J it the southerner never 000 marks. This will not hasten Mr.Poultney Memvhis Trotting associationwill RoYAL
!inter "r" and that he RI f'low'lI coming war with hold a nine days' meeting this

..-mutes the letter "h" GI'rmanJolltoll: Transcript year, the dates being Oct 21 to ::O. I

.uld be more utterly ab- The European powers are all eager It is not improbable that C. W. Wil it

,,-'irdity' I'tlllll\"es. Weare now to tell how friendly they have always -

ably inclined and very been to the United States Great ,

.1;: to see a renewal of Britain, for instance; hasn't had a war
war, but we have a I I with us since 1S12.-Boston Globe. I

..', that the letter "r" New York Is talking of abolishing the l
r onsible.. for a civil warn 1 1L coroners. It takes a neny community
to deliberately deprive itself of all the :

.--. William Dean How- i humor that emanates from the coro- :
: ; Literature, made the i iASR. ners' inquests.-Washington Post. !

." "., !letter "r" was extinct Toe so called diamonds discovered in

M !but he was certainlys : I Fergus couuty, Mon., turn out to be II

i-lnslona.. There is a white sapphires, so a diamondiferous
here to slur the last field on the North American continent

.r the! last letters of certain still remains undiscovered.-San Francisco

".I* d'X'S not imply any dis- Chronicle.

_' r e letter "r." Mr. Howells A. E. KIDD.EL Owing to the steady Increase of population

s well nay that the letter over the earth three personsnow : I

<' .i-t there are Ii i IX, ILL.-In a %eerrf{'('(' communication occupy the space rormrrlnlottl'd! ,
-. .' people who say oln' or from this place comes the to one. It will soon be time to displaythe
"belnV We should like i news that Mr. Arthur Ernest Kidd, a standing room slga-St. Louis !;;I

V. 11.twells how the people of well-known architect of that city, has Globe-Democrat

'n pronounce the "r" In such made complete recovery from catarrh of : The women who gave a ten thousand

.- ,mntry great literature. i| 1 the head from which lie had suffered f>r dollar necklace to Sarah Grand for
... .' and Certaini I i !nearly a : what !
i'tic. M on. quarter awntury. Rewrite? showing a mean creature a man

t ,' :" :alt pronounce it as if then j'I 'from H Hamilton ave.: Is doubtless obtained the money from r

'- wro spelled counthy, !;hen t. ]I Iw I am 42 years of ape, and have had their husbands to buy the baubles Albany ;
'. t....... !'ate or ahithmetlc. j'I 'catarrh of the head for over half of my Times-Union.

'I "r" at the end of a word is somei I life, as a result of scarlet! fever, followed ; :

'< iri"reil in the south, but on the by typhoid fever. I cot so bad that I

f': .' tl:e southerner is Just as true to was almost constantly coughing; and IIli Ideal. ",

:'proper' pronunciation as the north clearing my throat. The catarrh: preatly! "Graciivis: You don't mean to say

.'.' 'T The hasty northerner has an impaired my eyesight, and the hearing you are going to move out to Bogville1'Indeed I

"'i tint: the southerner pronounces in one ear, and reduced my weight to I am. I consider it an ideal .

,,. wind "M Iary"; as If It were spelledh:1Y 110 pounds. place." I ,

11 : ," Nothing! could be more silly. "I tried nearly every catarrh r(>mcdyadvf"' "Huh! You ought to read the pa I !

Kir the northerner very frequently tanide-g a great many different pers. There's more sickness there than '

r"t.uii.-s this: very simple name as physiclana'treatmentaallot which in any other town in this vicinity."
'f it w"'re written "Mayabry. failed. "I know it I'm a physician"
I had heard and read of Pernna, and I
Tie' 'nith 's that we sound the "r"
finally decided to it two months !
ii'l lit it ,"o. u'li'.e! '! the northerner try ago. A Twofold Surprise
I have now taken seven bottles, and "Miss "
Alice, said the
i.iiis on) to it as a dg would shake a nervy young
'nt What Kiiitherner that ever !lived weigh 172 pound. Never felt happier man, "I think I will marry you." ,

'aid" for "!irnt," or "Ignohant" or merrier. Feel tip top.E.KIDD.. "Indeed? Two very remarkable state < : .. I
"or "iRtMirant." or 'jrrocehy" for "/TO- If you do not derive prompt and satin ments, sir" ,
I factory results from the use of Peruna, "Two! notwo?" I I .
ery or for 'ierrnr't" Thendvn e
writa at once to Dr. Hartman, Riving a "One that will i
you me, the
: y to clip off the end, of words
;i; full statement of your oa-e and hewn 1 other that think." Baltimore
you t
j>re\uils In the south, as It does I in ,
;, be pleaded to give you his valuable ad' r\ew8.
of the It
Very part country and as itdo4s
in every people( but wo must! pro- vice gratis i !1 :,
(.'-t Address Dr. Hartman, President of I. i-f
Miromusly against the ij.oiie id.'aHlat Many School Children are Sickly I
the letter "r" is obsolete it. the The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus 0. !
!Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Children J j :
-tiutU -Mennihis 'ommereial Appeal. i iI used by Mother Gray, a nurse In I
I Children's Home New :
York, Break up
Purrf'Jaln Violin .
t ( orL.cre" ...1.,1., I Colds In 21 hours, cure 'I'Vl'rlshnl'ss, Head !
The steeple of the; church lit A well known manufacturer of mUM ache. Stomach Troubles Teething IHsord -
"rsand Destroy Worms.
At ,
Cliestertield Kticlaiitl: i Is often calledthe j :, sisal instruments in Germany Maui' S 25e. lamplemalled: .HEt.Addres8.Allen druggists !
"wrKnerew" cteeple, for it lids '' Krvyer.' has introduced a process for I.Olmttd.LeRoyS.: Y.
g I
quite a big;: tw"Nt. This I is due to the action I| makiiuiolins from clay. These fi d- it, t

of lice sun, on the wooden mid ironpiaterial.s. i i dies are of the ordinary pattern, but

and the warping Is more proliiiitmnl I arc cast in molds, so that each Instru. III
In the case IIf Cheterlieldrhiireh I meat Is an tract: counterpart of itsfello I
than in any oilier clmrcli in \\'. It is "aid-but it is somewhat I! !
rturlaii'L .irnst.ible and Bristol. atone tit I hard to h'lil'.e-that the porcelain !

or two other places have leaninc!!> ;, l'tllly acts ns a better resonator than i j i,

steeples but their tendency i.s} decidedj!j(i one of wood and that the tone of the THE Co'r. ; I j I

II"" to "lean" awl not to "twi>t." Tlu' .i instrument is therefore singularly pure j !
church tit Chesn-rlieid is the ne.irestrunl and full. The same inventor is also I I

in the United Kingdom/ to the I making mandolins of china clay and it I I I I

"flint: tower at 1'isa. i! seems that they are much appreciated) every I Ii i i ; j
1 in southern countries, where this in ; .

.M-RONO: Fv'IUE: ::VE.mtains the i I strunient is regarded;: more seriously ness and ; t
i> that Ely's Cream I than it Is in Britain. The obvious disadvantage I i
I lUhn; t
: is worth its in :
Trial weight got d. of a musical instrument being : i
size 10 ('ant,. Full! size 50 I
t''.".V: f"'lhl; f by dntistand;:: mailed ,! / made of china clay is the brittle- I i
bv Ky! Brother, i 54 li; Warren Xew I I I j ness of that mati'rial as well as its :
2 ark.. ? i i weight, but both those drawbacks seem Ii

1'roberta, Cal. I j to hate been forgotten. For some ;'t I k:I t'

f.rELY: 1lRi\ss-I: have been J I time we have heard rumors of most I ', t
.'Lifted: f
with catarrh: for i excellent \iolins .1
twenty i bin? made of alu- .. I i
ywrs.I i. ,d. made mthll weak I thought! ',i illinium, and this metal, from its ex- f I :! 1
Misumption. I
got one bottle
trine lightness
'It Fly'-l'r"JIIl other qualltit's.woul.1 I 1
Balm and in three' : j !: : '
seem to be l
t>.> :discharge adapted
.stopped. It i is I
L'ih...-t medicine to such a l'Url'tIChambl'rs' Journal. I
I have
used for
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\ cry truly ,
I KANK E. ICINULEsPiRE.: :: Mr. Wheeler Got Rid of His Rheumatism I ; 1

/,.-tlin& llnrk. lOt |' "During the winter of 1Mb! I was so

'; .'. "''"--I;IMl son made great: I lime my body in my that joint I could, in hardly fact all hobble over DINTY m [ l[ ) | I I;

marked! Mr. Chatter!on. | 1
.. around, when I bought a bottle of ; :r
r ".1'II man who la about to i"Chamberlain's! Pain Balm From | | !
: ''.ing JTixid. the first application I begun to get I 1 I
: .it It was her duty to let well, aucl wa! cured and have work- | '
"'.1 rf'lIhim..t'lf. of his ed steadily all the rear.-U. W1I EEt- .i: Coffee : ,1 '

''.;'lit Mrs. C. asked the neen. EK, Xorthwood, N.V. For sale by alldrtiggist
,- i and medicine dealers. ; !! I
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ate had
stayed a
: l"nnt to Gorge.
irs lower, that calf would I ,
; '. "The trouble ith George the .
w young
i full! grown (',\\\. i i
t'r: -" d!. Henry, but will you kind- wife's mother was saying; "is that ho ; I, !
\ ', I is too estra vacant. When lie wants NEW
--t tll appease' a little \\0'II !1 t
.' )', on what information +i nny thins, he just. frets: it. He utter :
; ',' r theory that the calf was considers the expense" I

>.. Lake Herald.h "Oh I am sure he does: mamma" I '
protested the young: wife, "because 1 WEST IHE 1,1

the ri..l-.n. Hind. often hear him say '! )-n the ex- j I'I

::0. ', toot what jou'd call an ad- 1"'De!' "Chicago Tribune. t t I
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.1 t. PIT' I : V i
Alert I
!. :.vsjon in life I suppose?" {I "A farmer oucht to read a treat I : ,
1 '. If'I" she claims to 'aa\*e one, [ deal, just"the same as any oilier busings He Recommends Chamberlain's Cough I | I I j
'''. '14 of any iaiportance. ilia n. I ;
,\ .. "Yl'S." answered Tanner Cornto! "it !keeps Kie! M busy isstng! up on |i I "I have used Chamberlain's Cough f
"si to make ,
tln good
some !
!, Remedy for a number of year and I t i ; t
railroad rates and the tariff that I'm !
1 t "
understaudChicagoFor ,, j I i have no hesitancy in saying that iti : ; :s I
sometimes afraid I won't have time to '' \ I
is the best for cold :
I I i remedy coughs; I ; !
raise the stuff to send to roarL.t.t.'a"hillJtoll ."-
and I have ever used in
I croup my i
stomach Troubles. \\ Mar. family. I have not word! to express \! I' f
.I n',- 4ken a great many ditfer ------ I my confidence in this Remedy.MRS. I -
.i.! >-dit'1,1 iH4 for stomach trouble TO CURE A COLD IN TWO DAYS J. A. OORE.orth Star: ,
1'.! n-tiji.mon." says Mrs. S. i iT" Laxative Bromo famine removes the Iich, For sale by all druggists and i : i
:" "f Hankerton, Iowa, "but cause. }:. W..trove's signature on every medicine dealers. :I !; i !
box; Yrtce25cents. I
>.1. r !hart '
> as good! results from any t -- I'

J". *r'.r"un Tablets Ciumberl.iin's" ;For pale Stomach: & Coal scuttles, grates, shovels Buy and Try a Box Tonight. I, !

1r' ;'sit.tad: medicine alII, tiling, etc., at the Willis While you think of it, go buy and : t

-- box of Cascarets Cathartic II
Hardware Co's.Do try a Candy j
c ( inter conghs:: are apt to result in ideal laxative, tonight. You'llnever j !
--uinpnon neglected They can you want a magnificent watch it. Genuine tablets I .
"" ''I.i': br k..n up by wine Foley's for little money? If so, call on regret i
: stamped C. C. C. Never sold in
: and Tar. W. A. D'Alem- Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate ,
s. Palafox. I you. bulk. All druggists, IDC. t _
cr 13 obstinate cold.. to WIle U PrnI.&leua markably low prices. 1

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l'' ::1'I' NEW SHORT STORIES nttle from a halt empty cask with the --- -- -

A PEOPLEOF THE DAY WomDread, result that acting on bait starved men

I i fi ; .Apol..lea Were la Order. the whisky tent them to sleep In th
31 i i I.A. "*...aU.t'. Scheme.T f' Vernon n. Brown who has many turn. When the Boers woke up they

\: #. General Harrison Gray Otis editor The disfiguration caused by skin disease corporate Interests and is agent for the recaptured their capturers. Thus in a

.r J' ted publisher of the Los AngelesTimes even mor than the tormenting irrita- Cunard Steamship company (limited, few hours there was one British victory

l; J { has laid before the St. LouisWorld's tion which is so commonly associated of Liverpool is not only an American.but and two Boer victories added to 1
with it. The use of Dr. Pierce's Golden ;
( fair management a proJ.tor the record.
'I Medical Discovery a Yankee. Many have, howe'er.assuIDPd ,
i J J p monster i wspaper plant at toe exj'I' generally results because of his relations to the

{KMition. llis Idea Is to establish a born "across Goodwin'. Explanation.
: in a complete Cunard line that be was
11 j'I' + cure of eczema, I the herring pond." One such believer Nat Goodwin was lounging In the

I expoRI ; pimples, eruptions was promptly corrected. Mr. ISrowi smoking room of a London hotel with for infants and Children.The .

j'j' and other forms was before a congressional committeeat Pat Sheedy recently when Mr. Andrew

i I +/ of disease which Washington which had a questionof Lang, the literary (critic stopped to Kind You Have Always Nought han hurn" the slsn.i.

: have their cause I investigation before it A memberof greet the comedian. The conversation ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made uiuh-r hU

111 ii / dition in an impure of the blood.con- the committee, who spoke with a turned upon matters literary and before personal! supervision for over 30 "....trC.lIu\\' no ,>no

I "Golden Medical decided German accent remarked to Mr. Lang departed he had made to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitation and
allusion to Theodore Watts-Dun-
Discovery" abso- him "I suppose that you foreigners! seematters some "Jha-av.good" are but Experiments endanger tilt

.t lutely purges the 1 in a different lI ht"- "Sly ton the celebrated pre-Raphaelite. health of -Experience: against
"What's DuntouV" queried Sheedy, C11H.'ritul'l1t.
blood of humors friend" interrupted Mr. Brown "I
I It and poisons, and who rather mystified."It's *
tlon't know how long you have beenIn The Kind You Have Always
so cures the cuta- a gag from Weber and Fields,
\ I It" diseases this country, but I was born in the
neous which bad blood shadow of Bunker hill and first saw replied Goodwin, sparring for time. the Signature of
t I '
"I never heard it How does it go.
1 breeds and feeds. any part of Europe when I was twentyeight -

h I There is no alcoI I years old. Ai>olosJes were In "Why. Weber says to Fields Watts-

': ,' :' hol in Golden order and they were tendered and accepted. Dunton? and Field! replies 'You say it

Medical Discov I .-New York Times. not right. Kwi't say Watts-Duntou.
I I II I i try" and it is entirely Say It so. Watts-Ditten": "

free from
ti Vi :More the tier of Ilnmance.
It opium, cocaine, Oepew Chuckled.
I Mayor Patrick J. Ryan of Elizabeth For1Over30 '
i iOENELL and all. other narcotics X. J., recently elected to that office In Senator liepew was treading very In Use Years.

the ... .
cautiously on icy pavement as a
TME c..uu. COY. n wu..n.v.rty err .0. eOTt
I that ancient city sat In his ol'joe; on
"I was troubledwith .
I stout party sailed around the corner
tcirma from the Broad !street the tiny before election.A .
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II I Ii crown of my head to the tales of ray feet" and struck n sliding track. --- -- -
Mrs. Ella of Cam Tmcola dark skinned, sleek looking young;:
writes Ouick City "Gracious!" eicliimed Dr.
I Co, Mich. "Could not walk at tlmri, nor wear man was ushered In. Disposing i himself Depew
\ my tboet Thought there wat no help for meat who feared that the man had broken aleg WOOD AND COAL.
comfortable he
in a chair spreadout
: least the doctor old there was none I wentto and was very much relieved to discover -
HARRISON CRAY OTIS. friends Chnirtmas time and therebeard with
I I tee at his hands and in a soft voice,
of the Rood that lr fierce Golden Med I that he had not "It Is very fortunate -
action grounds and to issue therefrom I leal Ducovery had done (or them, aad was I a decided accent, began: that did not fall with WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE
I I special editions of the pajx-rs that eu- adviced W try It at once For fear that I might I I'I "Mcester Uyan: 'Ol1,1' the next you your

i !\ ler the scheme Jenerul Otis says: ''I neglect it my friends sent to the village! and of Eleez. You camu be beet. legs under you." THIS WINTER THAN EVER BEFORE.SEND .
got a bdttle and made me promise that 1 would mayor "I should not have fallen had they
I days ('ouldllt' set apart for each IJal't'r, take It. I had beengctting worse all the time There was a pause, uuring which the '
ft i
I took thirteen bottles of the 'Golden MedicalDle"rovery' been under me," retorted the unfortunate US YOUR ORDERS NOW
ilii to b* known as Lo Angles Times caller obsened the ceiling contempla
I and len vials of Ir Fierce i pleasant
i I day Kt. Louis Republic day, for rsemplos Pellets, and used the All Healing Salte,' which lively, and :Mr. Ryan observed him acridly
I made a complete cure It was Mow, but Jt>v. I And Dr. Depew went chuckling on ,
; the matrices to be set In the
I L The Olsen
wan taking the medicine about eight months with an indulgent smile. strange Thompson c c Co
1 I his with a fresh In his collection. ,
tome offices at Chicago, Morton St i I "I would say to all who real this Try Dr. young man continued: way one ,
1' 4 rirrce'a Golden Medical Iflecovrry befoic wattI I .-Washington Star.
Louis, etc., nUll forwarded to the managers
I I lug time and money," "The greata poet of England say Manresa Street, Telephone 147.
of the undertaking at St. I/imis Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets assiSt theI 'There Is a tide In the life of men if flora She Knew I --- - -
The peneral'B idea is to open the doors | of the "
I I I I action Discovery. A young lady has Just finished playIng -
to out only the journal! of this country
but to the whole! world. I 1\0/11 I III nl a selection! from "Faust. I
: I Old Ijidy-How nice! I always! did I The Star Laundry

I I >u More Quiet TalLn. i I FEMININE CHAT. '.;t. ''I like "Home Sweet Home.

Our t'nole Sheiby: Cullom complain Young Lady (with a start)-"Home, I ,
I Mrs. Annetta. ll1Iq, formerly of Sweet home?"

cf "publicity" when he seeks a quiet| I Hoihester, :i. Y., (conducts/ !school) fur Old Ij
-Y Minnie it. I
dy ee. plays
'talk with the iresldcnt about IllinohIiptilntments. Busiest
( c Biggest Best !1iw' IDon't
the deaf and dumb In (Cliff, ('hill:!. can always tell It when she crosses ,
: He recently sold: "I:t'J.
Miss! Helen! HelsMT of Minneapolis I is her hands.
1 ting the president's ear I Is like opening:
'. winning considerable !local fame by her :
A window! and! shouting at the wide :
excellent: workmanship drsigulltg I k.P\ HI. Start.AscumWbat's .
I c '! i nlde world. He talks too loud." I j \ I Kick
that of doIng
t t I us .i cabinet maker. boy yours
I re' And there was a jilaiutive: tone In the I
i iI' Up Nettie ] andr! \ 1 t voice of our venerated statesman as he !| Rxy, I if things; dOIl'trull| to cuit y'u
j"" Zachary Tn} lur, he1'elIIy.Sel'e11years 1 { rite 1'01'IIers-lIe's got a job In the bank r
. I Ifidtntial"
defcrllied this unusual feature tot 'int JIIilllt .
+ create u di-turbtnce -
and he's to bo of that may II
II old, lives \VIniin-Mrr, Va. She t going president 1
confei-eints with the
president. ,
;" time If .
shirts look
i f educated in bank someday. I your likr H
ti was rhiladelphia.
s So they all say j jAn I Ij t
hi j" Mine L. iMlmeries 1'etitjoan the Ascum-Itright, eh? '' ia t j meg grater,".and a* It th,'r- wClt
far as privacy Is concerned they I Ii +
lace in Medium l''I'I\'rs-W'II. sir, he can sign! his / cream in the starch. If your <
J might ii \\1'I name so nobody on earth can make it :- have fringe them, i I'',
died recently ill NniM-K She wn the I a on or a
ohj+'tty of their \l-its( to th WhiteJIoiiM j
i official cxjwrt of the I'.rljrian: pmrn- out. I hole big enough to run f'
I : f I I :1+ to attempt to make it a matter year

\ 1 Ii. .. of prliute fnucrsntioii with the m.-nt pf llj.e: ('it\/t. <>f Brawls, of the Worse Than Tbnt. Ii-! :: : I through mum U the w..i.t

jirenident. I cathedral' tit $ainlclndale'" and of "I am told sir, that you spoke of me I / t bring there to this laundry .r I
\\i. _.._ I [ :
? funny
eo1'iad'attulis.11fss face will with
I as a common liar. i light joy wt.|
}J I'dlnon': tiortlianil "111'1'rli.Thoxus t
Cliziibeth! 1'lanklntou of Indianapolis
ta ,i' I Whoever told you that sir mu t I l have attained your desire ut .
j ,\. IMisoit as Is known fs I
rl 1't''Nlt'
has siiiipleinented' her i have beeu trying to break it to you .. -. look like .
?: -< a gentleman.ALL :
I j
\ t very iK-ijT! Perhaps onlm to this rlvhblbly .
of and the
;gift paintings: statuary to gently.! I said you were a whole yA ucrr.1e
&! 'I"I > :\ to a l'IlJfnllIl'ISlI1lr)' he h:'..< !i I.afaJHtert allay: with a collection "\o XHHIE IT ItJ: TilE "hI> DF, IIOMANE" reau of stHi'tS.Cltielg: \) Lu'l

'I i 'li" i I ln\ented 1 u sort of shorthand IH"'t'h. I Ii i of lIIIOTal'h MursThese letters are you take In the flood lead on to elec! .:: WORK (J. (). D.
; "! which I Is his 'ting the old Hood. I
i among; gre ; to all written I I'y men of worldwide renitation tionI controlla that controlla -

.\ I 'n tr hands in his shop nnd luborttory.i; and of different nationalities. the Italian. cute of this ceety." The Height of Polltenri have been callIng TELEPHONE: 114. ft E. OARDEl.srrOOOmj \ f'
It ItI I %hen he sets one of these turn "Itto.!" striking his chest violently. "1 bella Clen'rloll-Siuce you
I It is said-nnd not 'uit..I-lhat the Miss Piiikerly how have her father CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED "'1U<;F.,
has'I Iif on i
511)1&Ir: IMisoii. That expression: you thatII..' for feefty dollar.
\\t original of HtlslI\i'I'\llIIlurl'lln\ iiilbertTalker's treated ?
I 1 come to mean pood mornlni; or Karl '1 "Hijrht; of Wa '" Is Miss ithel! ''' Ullllj: man:' interrupted Mr. Ryan, and mother you 1 haven'teven II I WALKER INOEAHAM Manager

:\ iiftoriKNiii: or /"MHI nxht. The laboratory I of "we ilo not buy rotes In this city, and way-Splendidly.
Roland one of the prettiest girls I
I" men have picked up the pecullaipretinj I Ii' e\en if we did we would know that met tbem.-Jutlt' 1
Readin;. 1'a. She is twenty-two petite.dainty
t: : :. so that when the "Nihs" ap- I and there are only sir: Italian voters in -- ; A w. B
and fond of pooiety. She WRIG>>r GOmPANY
'h 1 1 1 \ pears (in the i.ioniim; he is greeted in i iI Mr. Parker first met at the 1'asMor Ellzak.'th. I will give joii three-quar Saved Him From Torture. ,

I hin own shorthand speech. It U therefore :I play in Europe.Mrs. ters of a minute tu get out of my olh'ce There is no more agonizing toruble

,: i'i : "H M", 11 IMison; ," to the wonder Alfred Harmsworth wife of the before I l'alln policeman. than piles. The constant icbiug and \ \ MANUFACTURERS AND KALF.KH IN
t and bewilderment uf the uninitiated. The strange visitor rose languidly burning make life intolerable. No _.__
\ i I London publisher startled Paris by appearing from his chair, bowed low and backing position is comfortable. The torture r LUMBER LATHS
in a most no\el\ automobile i is DeWitt's Witch
.,t unceasing. ,
Attack Grand Old Man.Norway's
\urwal'I ; out of the othce, !'aitllnt'\h"lIJ\! :
t: coat made of the hide of a perfectlywhite Hazel Salve cures piles at once. For
:: "Rrand old man. Hjorutjcrne "No: it the of t
more yes romance
''I ('lilt. trimmed with sable tails ape skin diseases, cuts burns, bruise, I' i I SAWED CYPRESS S81NGIaES-61i -Dries Salt
i j i.j Itjornson. the noted writer Is Inp' but the abomination of fact and tigure. -
I I I I and hating a large collar which can be all kinds of wounds it i ii' unequalled. ,
trouble, and the whole of ScandiimUaIf ." New York Times
J. H. derail, Kt. Paul Ark.
; ,l turned up and buttoned so as to lease says .. PENKAUOLA. FLA.
i If stirred up over scandal III\'oh IngI' "From IWio I suffered with the protruding I
her and the tip of her nose
,I the pillars tt Norwegian! society and i only eyes The (aak'a Irtorlri. bleeding piles and could
political life. In l
I' i minister of Norway, after a bitter political Helen M. Coe is truant officerof German olli'I"'hll.. In command of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Halve. A few I, -

t11f;, tJL'ht committed suicide. : Scrlba (Corners Oswego county, :N. some Hoers managed to surprise a bottles completely cured me." Beware J
I 1 Y. She is hi! old. Her territoryis of connt rfeits. Hargis'1:
Tnnt Illchter's suicide was caused xty years Pirltlsh train at a small waj .ide .sta McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
nine miles In There Pharmacy, John Sheppard, bidneyl I ,
seven by area.
; by political reasons no one tion. There was !some whisky on

I and rumors were many Intinimtingthat are eighteen whooU, and Mrs. <'lit' IH'Irllnll the P..HTS soon sampled\ \ it 1 I Kahn. I a -.UKALKB4 IH- 0

\ that cither Smdrup or KJornson. till 1! makes the round of all. !Klw incpc< u with the result that the pood I'.iitish:
t 2tr .' leaders of the 1 party opposed to Kichter the daily reports and obliges: parents spirit did its duty by laying them out Foley's Honey ana Tar \jI Ship Chandlery slid General >>ardwarel

1'r'i' Lad hud a hand In the affair. \ho) h,,\e children\ of school age to fait asleep on the tintform.\ Here they 1 I cures colds, prevents pneumonia.

talked of send them rejrularlv. 60S AND for PAKAKOX HIUKKT.3OEKT .
rtl: I In fart It was generally were found and captured by sonic Knslish ; ;

I that Su-rdrup, I by itc'julriiii possession ------ troops, who, in thvir turn tiK,K a NOT1CK, I : GTS"-- i

cf very"i inrf; papers had forced FRILLS OF FASHION. I have been authorized to take i isabcriptions ,
3 Rlbtor to belt ili> truction.S ---- When you lack energy, do not for Wm. JenningsBryan's '
ih f' oh, feel dull and stupid "The Commoner.
I + t : \ T lriip went to his death with that A smart Trench tailor costume re your paper. 1 1I
1 ; ; 1I<'M1nlon still unproved and it Is the ('{'ntlIm sins of Meal preen cloth after eating, all you need ii a dose ofChambertatn's The price is $1.00 per year in ad : hun Csrlsg FnU\ 9's! ?Ik;::tl{ h5r3irt! : CI::!1I. (pciirt.. "I'n'
tomich & Liver Those the
efforts tit his children tll clear their fat with Ihe bias folds of KmAehet untlieskiit. I vance. desiring paper UN.:
{ Tablet. They will mako you feel can have it sent to them by sending
there which has caused the .
t memory like a i>e* man and give you an appetite f 1.00 to the undersigned! McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bur Pilots' Benevolent Ass

The wine colored! or amethyst satin like a bear. For sale by all H. M. ROCHE, elation.

I Optra cloak, with facings: amid inoukVhtxnl druggists i and medicine dealers. I Care Daily News.rtjRtURj .

II of white velvet, is one among the -
1. f:: )' CURE YOURSELF !
elegant eieninjj I4'
many raps. .
10,0,00 ire I'M. amen da ....1.'..
Crass .
I'.ir the taffetas, en-pet lIe chine and Awarded at Part hee.$4. dtw b.r.w.messosu. a.,
: !
I'nlall. Dr ,1"1011 I.
I 'I 1 1I other soft beautiful fabrics that are so M 6m.y I. New,,. a maeau. e. .
F rrae.II.s. Psmi as, sad urt ulnas -
I much u*"il fur drrs.y winter gowns .
.1" tatI.siste'Gt Ce. ae.1 car p"wsau.
I the prineeFs t-flwt Is first in fa\'or. _
-r. $W4 by Drnagia1 ,
;I t I r R'; All the early prophecies In regard to the dangers and dis guiNAlAROCHE I II I NCIIAT4a.a.&a. ot.e.l, to peas seer-?,
{ 'i BESIDES I, *n'"", t
: s of Blood Dis
r.t'1\ I the continuation "f the lily shaped I m, .e II b.stl.., 1SIreslu
dress skirts with flaring fullness 'In-low the Burning and Itch- ( an Leu.k

:)IIW' ; I the kiut- are quite likely to materialize Ing; Skin Eruptions are among WINE CORDIAL C"'C"IiTII! INCLUMENNYRQYAL

) I among !'I.r.n. ;! !styles. the most acute tortures. The Hithest recommendations for cuff of Poorness j jI PILLS

r A A cluster of !'hatl, } green lelsrt strongest systems soon collapse H' of I Blood, Stomach troubles and General Deiilny. br..t.
r r Increases the appetite, strengthens i:4 .
r 1 4.L4I.r'; maidenhair fern and a slncle pink rope under such agonies. + 'y the nerves lad builds up the entire i>stem. f/rteHt.U V V-Vi: f III!'HI.V1HJ".. *,..,! !' II,
lp t r to '
arrangel on a very lone pin anti thrustnnioiic Drosot ; I .I' .1L ,
en roe r M -
(Lippman's Great S S .... .er.t': ... .
":''t' r..C" ".h.1I I
the coils of hair 'M
or loops at one
PARIS I ... .
\. P. ( I I;; u. f I I1L
,t It aide I is liecuiniiit: mid prettyF"r Remedy) is a safe I E. Fouaers A Co. "T r* II"'< ..V..I1."a., .,wt-., ....

;: :'i : early spring' costumes where a and certain cure for \ t Aaedls..L _. 'oJ t.r. Mull. INe."t" ......... n. .
I. Skin Disease whether tor- ..
newer anti more elaborate! decoration every I

;. than silk stitching: is desired will be turing, disfiguring, humiliating, I i
There's lots; of to be made
t \; iist-
m- ut", the variety of ileslini of which pimply or blotchy-in fact, from sign is usually a finger-board to

!: will make it possible to plisse nil pimples to the most distressing wealth. Thos. C. Watson & *;tin1C.rsulre'

J' tastes. :New York Post.! eczemas-and every humor of the 'f /5/ Co, the lead'ug' Real Estate firm, |tHataun' 'of Copaiba.

l :t" --- ---- blood, whether simple, scrofulousor ?i have some offers which it would ObfoLe and Inje tioni. (@I:
kills 'be while
Kidney complaint more people worth your consider. Go
t 0I hereditary. They cure in 48 hours the
I ijsI than any other di-sae. This i* : t land see them to-day, and don't waiti
\ due to the disease bf-iirz-o: insidious till to-morrow. same disr e a 9FIUJotJ\ lily

jsI that it Ret a good hold on the "y<- P P J[ Pe J a'e CC"t'tbce. 1010 BY 411 DHLCCISTJ

1t 1 I; Ci' ten before it recognized, Foley'-j I CHOICEST .
Kidney Cure will prpvent the development .:
j jl
I. BJOKIiTlRE IUOEXSON.present of fatal dp-eae if taken gives strength to weakened -OF- -o=GOLA=o-

i I sensation in aduuieing thrinaarlaMe .! in time.V.. A. IVAIemberte, 121 S.Pahfox. nerves, expels diseases, and in. '

h \" charge that P.jonison am i I sures health and happiness where : :lfRml Grist and Corn Meal "'iHs.II. .

I? : .I I not Svenlriip was responsible for tinfilicide e, sickness and despair once shut RNDCOFECT1ONERY D (R

\ : of the :.Norwegian !statesman. insures The man himself who owns:against nis O'vn I-M home of out the light or tife I fr GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop I,

1 Theirh.ines are bawd upon thtefclhuony e< Sold all Mannfactc'.. .
4 I trouble and worry. Nobody canraie by Druggists. $I. ) -AT- rCHOicKMKALASiirriiKCiinr
of :'1r' l.iter'a! .sister wh,I' : >n
\ 'I'; \ his rent and the rent data* bottle ; six bottles, $5. _
{i I'I( openly lUrlantl! nt the time that ltjorFlit n I' ID terrors for him. It's easy to" own 1 C. APOSTLE'S STOCK KKKII.Patronlie : : .

r ; "" :1. by his! of Ukliiet, a home now-a-days. Thos. C LIPPMAN BROTHERS, I Horn Indaitry, for th-rt i II

(< I. :t caused' death. Watson & Co. can tell t you how Iif ,Sole Proprietor, w very reason you should buy your Meal l act-'
i Call and *ee thf'm.s rya.LIPPMA Htock Feed from the Horn Maanfarto'lor .
.ji it
I :' author streunously denie s easy 14 East BtTBnuiiit si. nu e
The great hobs
y I BLOCK:, SAVANNAH: : GA. l J by 10 doing you encourage
''J although admitting hi! try. Your money U left In the eomnwa T
the charge?, .. .
i -ll' dIn
I ( hatred, personally and politically t I I cI.STOTLIA. I Formerly Cordova Restaurant! Stand and 108t"r101l)'0010 tore the are home Indlrecfy m nur.ctnr b s.r you

I 1f ti td l i Aeals! Rlrttt I. boa of the (maine *of labor, loo a I.'
I i UU'hteT. and has brought suit agalna t : lean tL nIt lignfttara on every contribute! 10 the efto
: i ietain One car-load of Pineapples at n.;ii It to IbpcOIIIDlODItID bleb you lift' sal
the children of S\erdrup. i I $:cuvs 'b fS IJI: Laxative Bromo-QuinineT > ,t.oo per dozen. which O'nUlbotelo Tour icpiiort..d .
I a' ,: the remedy tW cuee el cold one Uy.. I Ito

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DrBulls IN A TREADMftbOriginal. A well known teemS Philadelphia Jr... society IIPNEY DISCUSES Tge Best .J 11

If a Woman woman said the other day:

"I have come to separate the men o!
COUGH SYRUP [ .] my actjuaintaace into three classes &
wants to out fIre she doesn't tht melt ftaId&fld.
I euro* Hacking Coughs, It Is the same old place. The only put There sIre the dancing; men the dinner art .I'll'
heap on oil and wood. She throwson
.sore! Limps and Bronchitis Onppe.PBeumonia in -af.u'da chance Is In the trees which have water.knowmg that water quenches men and the conn men and! each has! IIICLFOLEY'I U/9is ey ,: .

For instance,
his list.
fire. When a woman wants own place on my
L Why then rhdcjjflUIflt14)fl grown from young timber to a splendid to get
) well from diseases peculiar to her I would never think of depending upon
I' a slow, sure Lelpht., The poud. the dam, the mill sex CUES I Ior And the Best Liquors
iirt Ur. Bull's she should not add fuel to the fire dancing; men for a dinner. The'danc-
death uufc-h? Syrup. Price, 25c. are all as they were except that the already burning her life away. She ing man is generally ('IIIIIIIInd lidoesn't < of all kinds served by>>

(IM.IJ'I Iw imposed upon. mill Is dilapidated and most of the roof should not take worthless drugs and know much else besides elllUl"l Polite and Courteotu .

t< r drain .. kulntitmc ; it gone and now the machinery i Is silent potions composed of harmful narcotics Ins:. f>n the other hand, tLc dinner moiwT refunded. Contain Attendants. !
.t I* ft ul u I>r Bull'* I and opiates. They do r.ct check "
:oah.11"n|Oil curee khrunutlitn, This mill will surely "uevrr grind again the disease-they do not cure it-they Ffldoin dances, but he is a good t:1Ikl'r'l remedies recognized by emi FULL MEASURE AID ' .nJ V..d. 33SCLI. from waters that are past:* nor would I simply add fuel to the fire.Bradfield's. 6t I Is: superficially informed upon the : nent physicians u the bat fof .

I I have It carry me through:; that scene Female or topics of the l1ay-the opt'm. drama i and Bladder trouble FIlE iUiLin. -
Regulator should be tbe latest novels-and can more than' Kidney
so terrible\ \ of twenty years ago whenI _
HINTS FOR FARMERS I I for hour I trammed trarujK-d as In a takenbyeverywoman R hold up his end. He doesn't allow ('on'l MUCH*. ..* SIN. D&NNHEI8SER BROS

or girl who has the ftQ versation to lag: ; and convtjuently W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. ,
treadmill every moment thinking: thatI I | slightest suspicion of AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
Is an important factor dinner. Men
at a
11111I1'0111.. In Farming. mu.-t give up the btruggle, sink howl _ any of the I I I. f Harper Whiskey.
certain that there I Is no ,, meDia which will accept dinner imitations flukkl.tthan PARKER'SHAIR
and die. I
flict\ !
ail'l imitations! of oilier kinds huld.'n't BALSAM
0 M ain House 401 8. Palafox street.
.re dilficult! to hol\e\ than They will I .
Cletzun and braulifia the htlPlummet !
What little daredevil _
a Cecily was! '
be wasting think from this! that they are all S luxuriant growth R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot.P. .
t<> iutiniie:; a farm at the i Light as a feather on her feet spry as until they take it. dinner men. Tar from it. --EL Never Tiili to Restore Gray O. Box 281. Pensacola: Fla.
I The Regulator is Bur ta its Youthful Color.
""I order\ to make it pay. a cat, she would RO anywhere everywhere. a purifying, 8 "The corner man: ? Oh. he Is the one Cure Sir iraip.n.1l'CiL ihirur l *ft o'uge.hi.r iaag. Phones 116-2C8. I -

: ''rum (,f Clark\ county What pleased! her most was to strengthening which, 6) who has the knack of making;: him.elfgenerally .
;I. -tonic gets (
r Farmer. Kadi jeriudtie daub where I dreaded to follow her ;at the roots of the n) 'I ur-eful and is quite in a datI -

,. >> rise 111111');- diseaseandcuics n I I by himself lie looks after the comfort
where I must follow her to be at '
near the cause. It does not drug
... Modern inn\atioiisuts the eradicates of the littler ,
pain it. I'I chaperons: runs handy -
hand in case she should fall She ('alletlnit'
It the *
stops falling womb
demand more nit II- rands and can e\en I lie depended ujton i
"I M<1 Prudence" and would often seriously leucorrhea, inflammation
: i-ipts from the product _ and periodical suffering ir- I at afternoon teas. Tho other men tI''mIl' oruxHtwT u Avn f 1Ofb4I..)
warrant. The\ Julius twit me on what she consideredmore I'KuIar scanty or painful link much of him: tun he has his own !j IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
: menstruation; by doingall '
t ._ the farms for the cit than I'ru.I"lIel'-timl.Iit '. this drives away the alue from the feminine; point of \uew."

1 \ 1:0 to leurn a trade or The lea\es wc-r ? yellow and scarlet hundred and one aches andrains Philadelphia! I Kemrd.Hinperor << .
i I [ which drain health' :Ilardware
and lay by somethingi : about the pond; there was an autumn _ and beauty happiness and it
i !I'' ref-ult i.f this l is that mist\ In the air; summer was ripening, : good' temper from many awoman's U Honor. n IlrnKon rl" |
'I _ life It is the one '
: wrli ha\o to de|>end on like the (fruit into winter. Cecily nn.I' remedy above all\ others 8 The oldest extant jHtem alioat a drag Irort, Nails, Axes, Shoyela Saw Mill and Steamboat Supplies, Cooklaj k

'.' p or rely HI : 1: I were sitting:; on the Lank near the know which about every and woman use. should on 1'y is said lo hare been comjiosed<<1 and Heating; Stores, Pamt. Oils and Window Glagg

t-> lute alMHit the I mill. There I Is the place though it IsM 11.00 |><>r luittU "Oat 1.,140) 3 ears ago !.>' the Ilmperor Yuria A ate aad Tinware and ilonsefnrnishlng Goods.

lh.. wolU I \ > grown: over with brush' that we any
., cry for better roads. could not bit there flow.Ve were L Send for our free ft) was hunting: :. say, the ancient rec : Gnni. Pistols and Fibbing; Taekl.

.u' ,li. x,hung; hII::IlI'r. Our ijunrrelincr.: Cecily had spoken contemptuously illustrated bo<.k. R orals, a gadlly came and bit his arm. |

,. present time i.- about of my lack of courage' ''herewith! a dragon Hy pounced upon AiiENT tor Birmingham Boiling Mills Company, Revere Giant

i it It has t"-fl heretot and fur om-i I had resented her a prrl The Vradfieli R the gadfly: and deunired It. Then the Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery 'W f\eel Company, Laftin Randi

rfniwly I this I state of i l !'i,,"!!. Presently she got up and went 'Regula/or Co.AtLanta tU t (mH>ror commands! his ministers to Powder Company, Johnson's Kalaomine, Iron Rlsgand Back's 8&ov.s

", I is for farmers to 1:11 toward the mill. I said: nothing, but lake an ode in praKe (If the dragony.
I Ca.WHENWATKINS u and Ranges, Wm. Conpa Oo.'i Raw Hide Lao L atb.r, Masarr'i RtdT
;-.r"\ 'nil-tits II till make watched her while she passed! over '1 L n !\ Hut as they hesitated! how to iM-gin;

,!t.! If ptisxil.\| The platform and approached the wheel ===== b le hiniM-lf composed :a poem I in praise' Made Railroad Colors.Masonic .

1 when Wl' \\ ill have to 1 which was still. There I saw her gather .---- -- of the inspft ending;: with the words: Temple. Pensacola Fla.

l 1:1t: make ptery a ere of i her skirts preparatory to climbing : PLAYS GOLFOh. Even a creeping Insect i

,. tmslul! of grain that on to it. Walts upon the great Lord;
I Thy form it will hear II'. C. BRENT WM. H KSOWLit, W. K. liTER JR., J. H, REELi !:
1.,1 I it on tlie. farm. l>o i ii "I wouldn't do that." I called. ,
\Vatkns! Is famous
at putting .
O Yamato land of the dragon fly'And i! President. Vice-President. C.lbier. A .'t Ckibl.r
\ Htraw. foililr-r or any Sh., paid no heed to my caution but j Approaching he dot'S very well.
In honor of the dragon fly the
i, Ken manure from the climbed out on to the uppermost part. And. sure's >ou're alive. when he steps up
to drive }lace of the incident was called Akit-
I'' .>r, and l ltt{T stock. As soon as she was on it the wheel began
I His form exceedingly nwc 11. 1<1\1\0. or the moor of the dragon Uy.- First National Bank
% i"i ami rattl Ht pro*' : to turn slowly and she bank out of Hut his slick lofts the atmosphere only "A "
Japanese Miscellany.;
u ,' l'y >" '", nil bight: I II fir tops the round earth to a Call

will rEd ruttier While\ the small caddie boys stand aghastat
!i.ino got up wont to the wheel and the noNe When I"rn"r, Itr..t.Frogs' .
f..1.l Tl .-r.' 1 U H clusH of stood looking Gown' at her. She was
An.IVatkins! addresses the ball. legs; are "sold III Paris daintily I OF PENSACOLA. :FLA.DXR.ElOTOR. .
keep abreast of u'i. and sittIng at the) loweot part spatteringwith I
thrPII 1'11 on little willow wands.; 1'1 for It They are In I Now. every one knows that in driving I
i her hand In the little stream that
(:ood form is an excellent thiiiK, pie; buy them for the home table Instead ..,
", w"rk.(111 will
raN" ;rieneath her. That the straddle and pulse are superlative of as is the practice In this country -
I ,
know what their e'Ti \- "
: 1 will hold the wheel, I said "while Joys eating thorn exclushely In restau
fart, they keep a set of you climb up." With which you lead up to the swing, D. G. BRENT,
rants. They make most
.. what And oh. he's a dandy at posing, I a palatabletroth
\I juM they are
t. "lIoll't trouble yourself. I'm'I'ry So muscular lithe and FO tall I I for imalids: and convalescents

\ .i:.. not let their farm ma- comfortable." But up fly the sods In most wonderful but ordinarily the legs are prepared by rmilad! mIIU b W1 ad l lL

,1 .nt II :\1!. !itrlSH'uth.- I didn't like to have her there. The clcxls. removing the .skin rolling: them in : Ult!

.t, .el k i# 1..un4 well I hoimoil, I I mill might begin to grind at any mo- AndVatkins addresses the ball. Hour adding: salt: .pepper' nnd butter! ,
> .uxliii: \ty a f"I"c duriiiK i ;
tuent. I begged her to but I
come up There are people confirmed In good golf- with a pinch of parsley: and" coot.llIth,11
TI' i- wen l 1.11 to folinil I' she would not and finally told me that Ins. \ gently In a frying: pan': or on tho ,."We draw our own Bills of Exchange: on Great Britain Ireland

s',;." ,.t ,' Ii t1! "v must: //.1\1' I I II had not the "spunk" to come down. With tempers Inclined to be quirk griddle. ly Parisians it is considered Germany France Austria, Italy, Holland Spain, Belgium, Russia Nol
Who are fierce for a truth that they learned -
,1"' Ill! in 1,11-:1.! XVould Sweden Denmark and other European countries.
"If I do neither of us can pet out. : way
In th Mr youth that the frog Is best In the fall of tho
r. us to r- -oUe.! tlie I "for as we climb the wheel That a.lilr.-sslns' is done with a stick.
when it Is fattest and most deli '
,? ..IT "'If. ,m-lition! ? Uut until they have foursomed with Wat jear, 'Vessels Disbursed upon the", Most Favorable Terms and theftObllgatlone
.> "..i ilvl 'i lip.f.. i-rofit will turn. kinsThey'll cate. However large mftnbcrs of till I i Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen Days
"011. yes we can. I can climb one I find they have not learned It all. batrachlans are caught; In the spring, !I after Vessel Arrives there,
..r. Yot: ) \< t-re we t.\\'> so. "
side\ and you the other. I That they never have guessed how the when they ore !sill lo be more easiTycaptured. t

- "I am much heavier than you." _- thing Is expressed .-Saturday E\cuing; Post HTSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection I''
\\ hen \\ Btkina addresses the ball.
I lm a< a Orlilltrr. "I'.ut being big and stron::. you can with which we have a Private Apartment for the U. ,
It f, u of feru'.izer: thatt and that will make it "ld..nIIJ an Old Timer. I IMaggie
climb faster I'\e heard men ohjurRate In Russian. of RnntflT..
t .' f >ii uf i ronina You can frariyre the In the Ian-
\ : to cut the matter short andg.'t peace dat he never loved! before. i

i I. \il t i I. Ih..I..t : her out us quickly as possible> I Ruas* Chinese" Katie-\Vot an idea! And every time
And tht-re's Choctaw that's handy to ROYAL
,1 1 ihoNCi .
he calls
w" 'it down lo her. The wheel turned speak doy pass a candy store her attention

> : i rjH' I..t..'i':iii.111\.11.]. ..h.." Ir wlh! my IlIert'a.1'I.I/=I1t, Rut they all yield at last to old English, ter something acrost de street! i
'j:i' i'h e tiu! iii" "'. or i 'IIY When it spreads o'er the links like a '
nj I but> afttr 1 n-ii-lwd L.-r soon bvoamesiill -Puck. _ _ 8 Years Old, in Casts of 4 Full Quarts
"'- (-'':1tI"! '...n \\ ,Mi !l.irii;, ma- pall at $3.20 per cm

:c i I. .I i "'hI I oi'ii-, nr:';anie sulvini'l again. Had she/ acceded to my While the, sulphur you'll note speaks ot HAVAXXAH, (i.t ., April :2t!, li---I.! -

I "Ii vi d\!, !MiiiU It In eon- pleading; t<) KO up at onee we would I When places Watkins remote addresses the: ball.Brooklyn. 1[;Jiving!\, u-cA three bottles of P. P. WHf
have had little trouble In reaching a P. for impure blood and general THfH 4KEYis distilled at the Nel-on Co.,
i \\ I'h a'.> > -n .r j.Teen 1It:1I .
Mfe place. Imt! she saw I was! worried weakness, and having derived great -I" D'itiller-v'' and i is fully matured In wood
\ I U-rei.r (I.e | before
i ; ui o >tuini bottling. It is
and made the most of It by delay. I .t ("OID. benefits: from the same, ha'illv.aitu.d celled absolutely; pure and net ex.
froi P1 .. in
: i.i I rents [n rMl quality by any Whiskey of the
11 in in four
pounds weight same age,
Presently I heard tho well known
I I)., i,.. 'I| .it tlie) rate (iftrc weeks I tak plea-ure in U0piTh tter where '';odu"dTl'e Royal Standard
... great
$ .11I,1 ( ( the opening of the floodgateLluiti. i old
> >' I'r| ;a.'r. in a recommending; it to unfortunates bottled and, considering
r.fl!. o! ',.. f.. '. and d-jwa dime the water.It alike. Yours truly, ts excellent quality, i U the cheapest whiskey In
took some time for the water to the market at that price. As
t'r i .,' .1 II only be JOHN MORKIS. a beverage, and aa

1 1.\ \j' i; ;i'd' limn.i 0\,.r''llIIp our weight and turn the OFFICE OK J. N. MCELUOV, iDruL'git an absolutely pure stimulant there i is none better.

Si Iiei'l, during w hich Cecily nnd I lookI'd : Chipped in caes containing no marks whatever to
: I !.
-:ii:i piles on indicate
contents. If
1. M i I... r.-ud. Make lit each other :appalled though I am OItI.\ lh). Fl.i., April 'JO, MM.! i the whiskey i purchaser upon examining
'I not satisfied with the
DparKir* f sold three bottles of quality he
'.. free tu ('Iifi'54! I was far more terror : can
.11 vc l>u liols I 1'. 1'. P., large size and I breetrerfnundeed.Saaie at our expense and
"r "M.! I stricken than sln Then the wheel begun II yesterday: will money
w earth. It I
one bottle small size, to-day.
'-P. \\ in ShaCk i In :, to turn slowly and we were oblig--, The 1'. 1'. P. cured my wife r.f All orders! should be accompanied by either
i d l tit move with it. Cecily, plucky girl IIIiHt: UARS__ OLD_ curr. ncy, postc.flice
s j" I a lutle wafd I rheumatism winter before la .t. It ::. money order bank draft or express -

'1 '.. with the that sln was: swing the IH'C('.,,>ity of came back on her the past: winter r I Bank money order. We refer to First National9'L : ,

,-" : ck to a till !keeping up a stout heart began; to I and a ,half bottle, U 1 iN) size relieved or any merchant in Pensacola. II I

I If too much hum. "Tramp tramp tramp. the \boys her again!\ and !she has not had a I ;

", \\ ill be lumpy are marching: fis though! the affair symptom since. : : ; ::1 S. A. FRIEDMAN I t I
"Yes it's his own idea. lIe's goin' I sold bottle of P. P. P. to a friendof !
was while
funny I ,
very was / ,
\ rule it l is
a : make fortune." mine, one of his turkeys; a !small '::
ut some way to give an alarm. It to git it patented) an a J .
lloanl's liairyItiiM one took sick and his wife it SOLE
i New York Journal. gave : 1'211I'RIETOR.I'E \ :
would! be of no jse to .shout for the SH'LA. FLA. i j
I. a teapnonful that was in the evenitifr. -
noise of the water would drown my and the little fellow turned over
r',( llnirU "..r... \oice, and as It rose l>neath us the i A Combination. like he was dead but next morningwas I1ISKE.f O. BOX IIH. TKI.EPHOXK: 170. ,

Lloyd of tho 1111- no!,.;.' increased. It ('.,\ -red. our ankles, | She-Let uie see the last time I up hollowing!\, well. : ______ ; f' !

.. ,,UI'I'! planifd 1 a on I'- then our knees nnd only ceased to rise played !bridge;: with you diJn't I win Yours respectfully, fjj8-ArRtrflPIAN. TTI handle every class of Liquors sold.ia ,

c.inlt'n. He rci>oris when near our hip! !. !j nil your money? J. S. MrEutov.1'ynyis.ilnam bulk or bottle wholesale: or retail, at prices that I II

.' (tiljiiwj: Cecily tolled on beside me while the !I He-Why, n<>. Don't you remember! Kenevrn Right Away are way down. I

loarll' for thf tiso of water ilerpened and her strength:: waued. that there were two other women in and nuke A ti.<.vJy tad! or.c.uhtIud! ioliK AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

manure tlw total cost making merry of it nil till:! the last the party?-Detroit Tree Tress.Iloware : -- i'

llIar.\. as folli" s.U. : when she gave: me a look which said '!

-, $:J :.i; hlM't'tld.Io,s, :i4) pl.unly: "I can go no farther. I'm going ;>f Ointments for Catarrh Ilia WICKE & CO.

-', I 1l Ul. fIMl; : to drop." I t>K>k her in my arms Contain Merrnrj.AS ,I' ,i

'r this t'SI"htun' the nnd tramped; I was a stout fellow mercury will surely destroy the

.1! a continuous lit t\Wllly.lout I knew that strength of smell and completely derange lOt. Plumber :
Mipply my : sense Gas and m's'
.... 6tIc. Dna..... Steam il
-' i.ililf tltrnuulntut ti<> would ghe out In time. I cast a de toe whole system when entering fitter m :
it through the mucous surface Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never sod! In bulk. ,
I with fn-.uuh: miH't "I.alrinlall,1', about for some means
Such articles should never be used Beware of the dealer who tries to sell .
;.: t..1I13h. for caiininc to change: the situation. Then for the No. South
except on prescriptions from reputable "something $just as good. Palafox Street.
: III4IIIgt'. ..lriJljf first time I noticed a broken piece of j
1'1"1'1I. the damage they All Kinds) o<: Plumbing and Gas -
physicians, as Fittings Materials 11
..n t"twlt"1t for iicklIng.arrijts. scantling which possibly I might: detach on Hand ,
; will Jo is ten fold to the good you Everybody has a nsrht! to a little "fICLlo.PHONIC *z& -. rmf 8AOOLA J'LA.. I .
IiiItStiIIi4. salsify. anti use! for a lever to stop the can possibly derive from them. piece of this earth. But they must < : \ i I \

11. P bbac:.' ainl ccltrj.UK w heel."Can. I Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured fight for it. They must watch their I, : I

par>ni|>H. lorsTa. you, walk on for a few mo by F. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., chance to get it, and get it. THE GARDEN ; .

'i !'ft III tlit /:ronnil for ments. Cecily?" asked. I contains no mercury and is taken Thos. C. Watson & Co. SECTION :
't'g'tlib1eii: tsuiM! not Irs; I have had a good: rest"I internally, acting directly upon the have some particularly fine bargains I I 1
surface of the
blood and mucous o-OF In tli* usual\ tny for put her down and, clinging to the system In buying Hall's Catarrh to offer just now, and they invite -o t I I,

xt Thin lea I'" H lialaiu-e Fide of the wheel grasped the scan vou to come and investigate same. '
Cure be pet the genuine
you ,
r if the !tarkll.: What tling. Never before or since have I put It istaken internally and is made in You will never regret having done ;

'.. oi tLe farm pays asKlllrr. forth such force-a force that no man Toledo Ohio, by F. J. Cheney A Co. :

can exert except to save life. The timber Testimonials free. so.Foley's Near East Hill Electric :

yielded and In another minute I I f sold by Druggists, price 75c Honey and Tar ,I Railway Terminus. I J

had! tlfrust It through; the side of the per bottle. I I No opiates i I I m : ,

: tblol.l lie U II regu4mi1 wheel and rested its end against the I I j I Hall's Family Pills are the best. I Beautiful Lots for Sale. : 'J M '

edge; of a stone wall The wheel was ,, j ; J

won.iiT. I had tot stopped. Then Cecily came to me, put i| You will have pride in you own I 40x137 i :f ; )
flower gardens if they are on your LODGE at from $75 to $200
,..olu.:. ntnl I real- her arms about me and wept i| accord1 1 : : i
Your husband can buya ;
iiI! dlt! tio wearied me In a few moments the miller was ownground. although ing to location andsurroundings. ",
home and he can do it now, !
.......rit. I looking down upon us to discover what he think otherwise. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIASPenacoU 1.

I It had stopped his wheel. Cecily cried Every woman may wants a home of her Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View t t: :H.: r: 111 'I'

t w
,,,,)I. It C't1\.tIJ'\ In looking/ j fish to stop a mill wheel! Thus. C. Watson & Co., the meets every Monday even Dry_Fertile Lands. 41\ I' ., '

...MID tilt l.... The astonished man gave her a hand leading Real Estate Agents, they at1,31.t Castle Hall ,
the Blonnt Wattoi The
and with me below to help she was can show her how easy it i is to gilt \ third floor. grandest opportunity for investment ever ; ; fr' r "

!" IIlwlI l \It pi-rrbed on soon on the dry platform. I followed one. .Ing brethren. oorfllHij I I I offered in Pensacola.
li.ldtT ju! l above you. I and there came a flood of gratitudethat M.CAMPBILL, I j;i f ;;
I I bud b t-n permitted to save Educate Your Bowel With Ciesret&Candy I HOB LJB.: C.C Home Seekers Should
myself See i
Cathartic, cure constipation forever. I K. K.4 8. Lots t r I
I I.j 1 !
and Cecily from a horrible death. 10e.2Sc. If C.C. C.tall,druggists refund money. I ; i :

i I wanted Cecily to visit the old mill I
.j l '1 ii'yand Tar cure the .
J by attack of la (grippe with me, but she shuddered and said ,- TbU lignktue U en every box of the r nnla. I Clxilblbs !i"i 4- fir* r

.. lunif W. A. that the children needed all her time. 11- -I Laxative Brom
Palafox. D'Alem.\\ liUMPHUEY BARMCKEL. Ute nmed1 tW CUM. .... Ia ... I Comer Garden and Alcaniz Streets.S :. t 'f' ;r.!

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: : Bttm4 tl the Peit Office ktffU. PeD.leola, Walker D. Hines! first vice president
.... OBd-elMi matter.Oinoi Encouraged by biB success of two
I I t= M weeks since at the office of the I The New Remedy for Catarrh is Very of the L. & N., with his! wife The 42d Annual Statement for Year

;ii i : Pitt BalldlBi.SUK Botb Pala-l Pensa- Valuable. and !sister and Private Secretary
Swift Packing: Company, I
lit street, aP-etain. i I cola's "cash only" burglar visited A Grand Rapids gentleman, who Houstoun, arrived here in the pri-J, Ending December 31st, 1901, of

, I PDBLISHKO BYe I two other packing lOuses last night, i! represents a prominent manufacturing vate car of Mr. Hines this morning, !' .
00. concern and travel* through cen and will remain until tomorrow at ,

J; I. ,.1 i T THE.,-lnvarlably HEWS PUBLISH1U In Advance. I! getting Both places from: both were places situated about on$5 the 50. :' the tral following and southern He regarding Michigan the,new relates ca- Orleans.noon, leaving Mr.on Hines train :is\ 4 for on New no ': TH OITAL! ur A ASS BN! mT?Y

I ,. by al1. ___ ..._. .__ _.55 00 sidewalk but the thief got away tarrh cure. says: :
.III M Months ....... ... 8 OJIi >d. "After suit-ring from catarrh of other business than that of lookingover
r.,.. MOD b. ... .-- -- 10) The first burglary!' was the office the head throat and stomach for I the terminals of the road heldat
I jj ... ....... 50 '' I
,U I os.WeekbyCarrle4payabteMonday ore MoUb 10 of the Cudahy Packing Company on several years I heard of Stuart's this place, and his car was !hauled Assets $331,038.7259,910.u '
Tarragona, between Governmentand Catarrh Tablets quite accidentally, I to each dock today. It was his first .

Rates Furnished on Application.TELEPHONE Church streets. With ome I''' and e\erytiling else I immediately i I vi-it here. Reserve and Other Liabilities
irtiung heavy instrument the burglar bought a package and was decidedly I This gentleman has recently acquired ;;>-

-" ... .. broke the lock fastenings of the surprised it the immediate a national notoriety by preferring ---
:.f'JJ ''-' ;;', front door and went directly to the relief it afforded me and still more } a charge against the Interstate Surplus (FrcrawliicliDiTiMs are Paid S
'.a r .LFFi c ottice Manager O'Rourke( where, to find a complete cure after several I Commerce Commission to the 71,129.04

i .I --:1:;.' .\. .. every drawer was ritlsd and the tin week u e. effect that the prevalence of secret

cish box, containing some papers I,i rate cutting, of which the commis- Paid to Policy-holders in 1901 S 27.714,62 t
t -- and five pennies, was taken away i sion spoke of so bitterly in its annual !

!l NO. 118. This has not been found yet, and it report, was cau-ed directly by the ) New Insurance in 1901 5245,912,08 '
I I is possible that the disappointmentof failure of the commission to execute i

PENBAOOLA, fEB 22 1902. the thief was great when the contents the present law Mr. Hines, toe|i Total Ins. in force Dec. 31 1901 $1,179.270.72
of the box was known. prove his assertions, issued in pam-
The other place visited was the phlet form a neatly printed resumeof ,

1 I I 1I"Mss RA1 throughout the state office of the Armour Packing Com- his claims, which was widely Notwithstanding the greater financial strength of tl >; .. v <
1 pany, corner of Chase and Tarragona circulated about the country, and ;
,. well dej.Iore the revival in Duval / streets. Here the thief gained 1li even transmitted across the water, greater security which its policyholders thereby enjoy, r i I:1: II ;

i county of the bitter factionalism be- entrance by breaking away the where it was also subjected to considerable I LOW and GUARANTEES better than given by other comp! H ,. .
for "regulars" and "trai htout." stout lock on the Tarragona !street' comment more especiallyfrom : I

which was i-uppo-ed to have been I II door with a crowbar making/ a loud : iiV the English press. The pam '
I noise evidently The thief then phlet attacks in no uncertain lan-
I I eradicated year went to the office of Manager Kerr, guage the commission, and showsup
t AdmiralYalker's where he went to the cashier's desk that body in no good light. Agents,
Hthe time 1': and took out all that was f in the cash Mr. Hines impresses one as being ,
protocol with tllCCulonlbiangovernInent box, amounting to over $5. The as sharp as the proverbial steel trap, 't 309 H. Palafox Street PENSACOLA. FLA.

i U formulated the co-t of a thief was evidently disturbed in his and it requires but a few moments'

1 I canal on the Panama route will far : work, as the desk of the managerwas : of conversation! with him to get pos- -
touched while! those of sessed of the idea that he is
not a manfully
iceed the highest estimate on they J f AS $275. IIXCINK: LATNCIIKs: \.: i
I both the cashier and stenographerwere aware of what he is conversingand I
.Nicaragua route. Colombia now I rilled and everything of value fully competent to hold the im- The prettiest launch is t' ,
. wants & "rakt-otl" of it million a';' taken. portant post to which he has been The Benefits of Progressive Launch. foot one-H. 1'. -. x t

jI I "!f J i I It The office of the Armour Packing promoted. runs very ftst. The Racine I Ii
1 ytar.TH Company i is situated: in the Stratton ,i Coming Events cast their is the one adopted by the Pan \

t ; of officers Ice Works bui1dil1 A watchman I Something That Will Do You Good. shadows before, so do ican Exposition in Jtutf.ilo be,
.1 is preci-e status army "I have a little son who sings in abOY'iI
clock I they are the best more all and rt
'' is on duty night a bright, warm days in
choir in one of our prominent We know of no in which we
with reference to live public qUl'st way other .
; .1 which the watchman has to touch February announce the any ; they are simple, -
churches and he troubled can be of more service to readers
is greatly our
- liom wm touci-ely defined by Uen. every hour, is situated in the refrigerating with hoarseness and throat weakness than to tell them of somethingthat approach of Spring, and worthy safe: and full guarai.;

t Kitz-Hugh; Lee ut Louisville the I room of the company. It ., : and on my return home from a will be of real good to them. I this Spring-like! feeling Lipptnib Brothers, savannah. (. .
other day, when he was approached is thought by this arrangement the trip I gave him a few of the tablets For this reason we want to acquaint causes the CYCLIST to are agents from the mauufactun: a
\ of the watchman had disturbed 1 and carry a tock of these boats at a
f turn with delight to the ;
: ; when he had them with what consider of I
a l>y H reporter with the question, the burglar and he left one Sunday morning ;| we one lumber room, pull out times ; sizes: 18 ft., 21 ft.. 25 ft., 0 '
of hoarseness He the best remedies the I I
complained was very on mar
1 "VVtut do thiuk, which was ': than expected. hand to be shipped at a moment "
you sooner bis BICYCLE:: "where it
delighted with their effect, removing ket for coughs, colds, and that I
i r: t I interrupted t,y the general, who said : I!: Both burglaries were reported to all duskiness in a few minutes alarming complaint croup. We r%- has been stored away all notice ; trial given to anyone wi-
the discovery ing to purchase,
"1 doubt think at all. The fact H i I police immediately upon and making tire voice clear and'': fer to Cruraberlaiu's: Cough Reme- winter with the intention
but no clues have been found of LlPPMAS r.KOIJIKK.-
r' am not allowed to think. I am annicer u_ strong. dy. We have used it with such good resuming those mlltf Savannah. U j
I "As the tablets are very pleasant ] results in our family so long that it early spring/ morning invigorating i
,' In the I uited States: army. ,
The Last Heard Of It. I healthgivingrides.
to the tote, I had no dilliculty in has become a household necessity.
I He looks his old All kinds of builder,
little took him to them By its use we haven't :
:"My boy croup one persuading use reg- prompt any
Tin. selection by a state comuiis- night and soon grew so bad you ularly. doubt but that it has time and again friend over and if it is a hardware at rock hot turn
lou Alexander 11. Stephens and could hear him breathe all the I I "Our told prevented The is Columbia Monarch or tj
over family physician us they i croup. testimony
I I'I't I l>r. Crawford1'. Long ail the subject house," says F. D. Reynolds, :\IallI -- I were an antiseptic preparation of given upon our own experience, and Crescent, it i* sure to be prices at the {Willis Halll i

; for Georgia's two memorials I field, n. "We feared he would die, undoubted merit and that he him- ; we suggest that our readers, espe- all right, r.ave. perhaps a ware Co's.BANNER.
j but a few doses of One Minute i self had no hesitation in using and cially those; who have small children puncture or maybe the
he in J Hall in the
to placed statuary
Cough Cure quickly relieved him recommending Stuart's Catarrh''Tablets always keep it in their homesas tires! are old and have __ SALV_ ,
S r rotunda; of the capital Washing and he went to sleep That's the for any form of catarrh. a safeguard against croup.Camden done good service and Ihe most healing ealvc-tn-. world.

ton, recall the various unsuccessful last we: heard of the croup. Now i "I have since met many public (S. C.) Messenger.For sale by all he remembers seeing in

utu-iupu which have been made | isn't a cough cure like that valuable :', speakers and professional sinKers' druggists and medicine dealers. TUB DAILY NEws rat
l' ?" "One Minute Cough Cure is I I who u-ed them constantly. A' -- -- The Happy Home///7'
from time to time to deprive the ;;
absolutely tare, and acts immediate- prominent Detroit lawyer told me STKAMSH1P LINKFUOM
111t'lOoryof Dr. Long of the distinction 1 Ily. For coughs, colds, croup, grip, : that Stuart's Catarrh Tablets kept PHILADELPHIA B. Braee

of luviug discovered; and applied 1 bronchitis and all other throat and his throat in fine shape during the ', furnished home. 1111r\I/J1

E lei-the-ia in surgery. lung troubles it is a certain curs most trying weather and that he j A dispatch from Philadelphia today $ Jaina can supply yi'(
pleasant to take. The little had discarded the oft '
Very : long since : use I
ii Tn'II."r-uf:" the rniv-ityof Net ones like it. Hargis' Pharmacy, cheap lozenges and troches on the i states that the departure of Sec the Ilig CYCLE DKAJ with all needed in the uin

John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn.:! advice of his physician that they I retary N. B. Kelly of the Trades KH; was putting on u of house furnishings at fhr
bra ka Lincoln have
I at protested contained so much tolu, potash and I League, and Chairman W. Hrflnd'ew, Highest I I
the action of the in M'I owest prices cash or erfl/ut! f .
I faculty
pallid; ,i AMIIIKW ANDEKSKNIMKDTII13 opium as to render their Use a i Ayres of the freight committee tjuahu. MORGAN & ,
: r. tecuuug Hooker T. Washington asI ; MOUMNG: danger to health." WRIGHT double tube -- -

I jf J commencement day orator. They i tual t's Catarrh Tablets are large ;j been leave delayed that city and until they this would afternoon not, I' tire for $5; per pair, and SCHOOL SI'IM'LIKH

1// hould bt persuaded not to interposeany Andrew Andersen, who for the pleasant catarrhal tasting antiseptics lozenges: composed'of like Red :: expecting to be in Pensacola within j guaranteed send his old, and companiondown decidesto At C. \'. TliniiipMin'H So. H Sou
past 12 has conducted a jewelry the next week. They will direct
obstacle calculated to year go ) to friend BRUCE;
prevent Hum, Blood Root etc., and old by : I'alaI' ''i.
t;'i;\ the republican population of that store at :!South! Palafox street, | druggists everywhere at 50 cents' for to Charleston gentlemen from are sent Philadelphia.These South by1. and have it cleaned up Resides the standard linen of eta

.:Yet' I rtatrfrom learning much salutary died this morning at his residence, full treatment. the Philadelphia Trades League for I and a pair of them fine tionery we have, iu tints, with e!
No. West Gad>den street, after a They act upon the blood and mucous ]I tires put oa, all for $., uO. velopes to match :
the of consulting with the
t nut from the distinguished negro purpose He also knows that
Ji < membrane and their the
lIng ring IIInt'?... The remains will leading/ ;iue"" men in the several I Royal Crystal Hond.
t and He work will be done
: educator orator. can-and and remarkable: success ha right; Hurd's Holland Hond.
.ft doubtless will-tell them Many 1 lJe! interred at Ht. John's cemeteryon : won the approval of physicians, as )I establishing cities they will vi-it with a line view of and at once; he won't Ladies' Art Stationary.Foreign .

II'l Monday afternoon, the cortegeto : well as thousands of sufferers from I a steamship be-1 have to make twoor three Mail, Etc.
tllins about the people of the Southwhttr tweeu Philadelphia and West Indies -
nasal catarrh, throat troubles and (i trips before he can get it.
leave the residence at 4 o'clock. I'Iatt touching at several southern ,
and black-that: will be both ; Looks
; catarrh of stomach. I at watch 3
Mr. Andersen was a jeweler of ackn plies :Memorandum Hooks,
.I, lutrr.-tlbg and m-tructtve.. wledged: ability having mastered A little book on treatment ..f catarrh ports.They will consult with the business I o'clock calls, the house All new and bright./
mailed free by addressing F. boy. sends Ins cycledown,
the trade in Denmark. He 111..n
and commercial bodies of
t pKKi-ii'i-NT ROI'';KVKI.I'.S: deci-ion A. :Stuart Co., :Marshall Mich. gives instruction over --
came to this country nearly 20 I
in the matter ..f Admiral Schley's! ago, living iu Michigan and years the I Charleston Pensacola, Jacksonville(Savannah, Mobile Atlanta and 1': telephone. :too-I will Cash or Credit the prt ceiion

appeal I t<> him a* the head of the West, finally coining to Pensacoli: I A GOOD SAE.}:. New Orleans. i I morning.have a good ride iu the fitrntare

lliUV, in which he quotes and reviewi where-in February. l.s'Jo! ; he married : While it has not been divulged to atMarston Miss Eva Burrow and has lived in The Robson Theatre ; the statement-of the captains company what extent steps have: been taken, I
Pensacola ever since. His i recent which are to open Monday iu the i still it i is understood that all plans I are the lowest.
i: of thece> .Hal't'.l. ; engaged in the '
s-ickne-s had him his home' -
kept at '+
Romance of the South, are sure of a have been successfully formulatedfor 3-
battle of tsantltgo' and concludes for several week. desired
the end in the
good house. The seats were put on reaching \\ hen Your .loltittt are !o Mr. James Andersen Mani-tee
that It was ",1 captains' fight, and very near future.
Mich: a brother of the deceased, has sale Friday at noon and the sale has and your muscles sore from ('. 1 III 1 ii

that neither Sainp-on nor Schley been in the city since :Mardi Gras;, far surpassed expectation. I5y Mon-1 Thousands Sent Into Exile. r I rheumatism: when you -lil| i
wan iu IIl.tli,1, l coiiynainl of the pertdoting and is here yet He will remain for y sprain a joint, strain your -i. 1,
the engagement: : will not be some time. day noon at the present rate of sale, i( Every year a large number of poor \ bruise yourself, Painkiller wi, ?
it will be hard to find a vacant seat. sufferers whose lungs/ are sore and out the and .
likely to t-It.a-. the adherents ofeither soreness fix you r
He Kept His Leg. One of the particular features of this racked with coughs: are urged to go j a jitfy Always have u' wr: '
commander or affect in the i t company, at the present time, is'' to another climate. Hut this is costly and u-e it freely. Avoid -ul-

1I1t|'l.t.-t decree tile popular Verdict : Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan Leota Clyde Holers' specialty. Mrs and not always sure. Don't be an ( there I is: but one Painkilli '
of Hartford Conn., scratched his is well known exile when Dr. King's New Discovery
hut all wf these will doubtless agreewith Rogers a character Davis1. Price ''.">c. and iVic
leg with a rusty; wire. Intlamnulion actress. Being, very large; lady, for Consumption will cure you at !
him in concurring! with tilt"I' and blood poi-on set in. For'' weighing;)l pound', then bl'iu'io; home. It's the most: infallible medicine j
''tllllllt'III..ti..n| of the court of mijulr two years he suffered intensely.Then light on her feet, the audience at for Cough, Cold-*, and all f O.A.BTO ; :lA.I .
r !4: )' "1111 further action Ira had the brat doctors urged amputation once go into raptures over her. Her Throat and Lung diseases: on earth. t d i(.i\ I Rears the / itt k: dY0aho'a A'* ,' ..1

iu the iii. bottle of Electric Hitters and I1.' Cakewalk was the hit of Tampa. cures result from persi-t- i of Zr
boxes of. IJucklen's Arnica Salve aid Then there are other specialty eut ti-e. Trial bottles free at W. A. I
Hie flaw llnlli.Tbrrr my leg was as\ -ouud and well as fetttires: with the company such a* D':11emherte's,121 "S. Pal.ifux street. High Living _

11. iirr it uumtirr ut Hiluifnl barks In 1"\" *.r." For 1 Eruption: Eczema. Frank Hall Beatrice LeVeighn, Price
!f i trltt. "tiu taut tb.* durtI.iry .*tnt>- Tetter Salt Rheum Sores' and all Monte W. hewsetc.., while at the guaranteed. i ij possible) : ll low co-t Our patron- cukes: kidneys and bladder
Ii.br4lo III. klklc Ilia the "(iM>rtuuity blood! d!i i-order* Electric Hitters' has same time the dramatic intere-t of are particularly well fed| yet none j right.KICK'S .

,t .nat !H> ""..II tb..tuh.IC..I Mil .tttct. lo beacbalerufurordlepru.rryend no rival on eaith. Try them. W. the company: ha; never been neg I11fa1lti.1f1O\: :! could be accused of spending too I

I Iht-rrtu, A. D'Alemberte.! 121 S. Palofox lected. A big week is expected for Tills .U'ftH\OO: : much money othe "inner man.'
t ltir<>u''b Ire"d auil loriiiptiun, grow gal -tr..t. w III guarantee -all-faction or the pt'uple'slId time favoriteDon't -. At -.A; T-:......

j sad rirb. .u.t n' tlif riUK nii'l refund money Only M cent- The
committee from the
: taint) ,,,...... 10 Month' I .r.ilum haetut -- -- --- special 1'h 1 :20th() CenturyRestaurant
Let Them Suffer. board of public safety will meet at 4
J < ><*. II.. III,' < llf tbr) arr after not fur Don'tmi.the bargains that are
'. : I I. U.I..8..81 or Iliil l
Oil I : l.r 11'". 1br'...'.bll.h".nl of a ill-pell nary Furniture Hou-e. "ij! and 22West itching and burning eczema and p0-eof inquiring into alleged misconduct :
Ii !. >k>ri
  • several
    of -erted
    ollicer at
    ... Arnica Salve heal- the raw ,.( police I
    ... .. tiiiinnit uftkvtUlv Ir"-.I'
    III- "hi. ') "" ,
    t.r expels IUlhlllll1ttl'Hl.Il':1ve.' ; the skm One IIr theft is the conduct of the a very rean: ihle price. i:
    j MHO lid klluat Itirrf nrtlul< if The fond of fine-t
    t without acar.. Clean, fragrant ollicer who interrupted theenice- Is the riuilitvwell :
    1 P thrill III1 lir''Ml lorluuro uliirli ImTr lirnn. cheap there'-no salve ,,u earth:: a. of the Salvation Army la-t Sunday cooked and well-en ul. Dining ,
    rna>.rd b) till- w h1.Lry fllIl\lnOllUlb I Alii.I is well\
    The i appointed and"OlJlffnable.
    (rood. Iry it. Cure guaranteed evening. meeting calculatedto -
    i>.. Ibr.'iifcb Ib..poor..II..II 'III. di-p.'u- Difficult .
    t Only :2.!> at1'. A. D'Alemberte's. be productive of some surprises Restaurant !
    rail to that olitlr. nrr too teinutuiK for nloltJIbr
    i I 1:21 s. 1'alaiox I'lionp 471
    |...ililicl' biti'k uf Hunan. anaIlirjr Street'__ McDuffie's Tasteless Chill!
    a MCV in for il> <-.I""OIIn the '
    i Digestion Pearl & Nicolau
    Cure will' build broken downsystems
    A up ,
    : 4 .late I tar record \1"O.t: the
    fi bu.iir..., .."".o"1 ibe,Mie of "hi-Wr> In IIIIY at the Big Furniture House, :a u and and make the blood rich and aiG\ S. Palafox St.TI1K !
    form frum "r"wp' and fur the "ir..,'... happarr. That is d.spepna: :Wnt Government street. If you t etlth.Jcertain cure for chills /guaranteed f

    I ; ..and Vrutrrtlea i'l Ibemulbem, vu\e.. fail to a gusher of ft iyour or your money refunded.
    get ( your own, -
    Cia.."..,..,."ad ...,..r.uftbrrtateI'rLand It makes life miserable.! fault.'e will the furniture ft) ( K.NTS.Nold I I!
    by John Sheppard' :ri. Pilafox Oysters in all styles'Short
    I Iw'1xd Its sufferers: eat net because theyWANT into your hou-e at unheard of street. "LUTlKIl: Ml SIC' IIOlhKIncorporated
    \\1111' I"t good tune 1 for othern- low price \\'" have plenty of it in ( ., i
    J' to -tut simply tecause: they all the tine-t orders promptly
    I ribl. newspapers throughout:: thetate stylefrom to the
    iI cheapest. Yours M. Attention.Rcgulir. Sir 1\"il"I1.! WK ARE OFFERING EXTRA
    11 ; Let vusr forhtrgamr..0. filled
    1 each !
    > to -1..1. out. one put 1'rynr. conclave of INDUCEMENT-: : TO ITR.CHASERS .

    i : u..1f <>u itcord.A They corr.plain a bad taste in the! .....tl1Cllfour Leon Comman- :! OF
    the market
    it' H\IIIU.\III'OI\II'a. mouth a tenderness at the pit of the i The lank- of the city will herloej : III'Q'0.. 1. Knight; PIANOS
    S: iturday.Vc- .irtonbirthday. nttllar I -. at Tatt i 1'. m.i1 'i, affords !
    t .t. II)\\ .\ Ilts'l'.t\111t1:11a: stomach a feeling of puffy fulness. : V' .j\II ,.ay, F..h.t h.j Thev have over three c-ir-loads of

    i I headache heartburn and what not. I ><, .Mirnm.Sir Knight- New i'rri-ht; Pianoto sect| from. I Private lo:
    R I ApjlH-atlou I ha- t-eell lilrd! at \i- Twentieth Century Medicine are court! > 'iuyH!' iivl'ert.! The OIl Favorites "KRANICH & parlor

    lttul-, li. f..r a charter for the Hood-4 !'ar<:ai>Arilta! cured. Joseph F. La:re. .* KK\- W. (ilHBs.di : KACH.: "Lester" and "Singer" dinner parties.
    Kl-iUa. K .. .. Cabaret-; Cathartic
    : and iulf Killipai'J :tn > wb.> art' "I Wi tn.nlilt! Candy ire j> EIIU': Recorder. Pianos are shown in profu-ion-all
    "r. 'ututubu s. KufaiiU Yo ith dr-pepsia: for a number far al.ea'l uf ancient -
    of } tr* and pill poiso is and i 1-: l' -tyles and woods toelect from. In i
    e t f4Jil.t C : I'hr incorporators took meJi.-ine that did me no !e?<. ate ll II. I > 'M. Fred Mobley andlbeuv t a tried itn..n.l* to try 1I''od'1 rsi>anlii !! the tallow randie. Genuine !stamped' Food Charged To POison.I'utff.ry CRO\\\ IAXO and A.NClKLl'n Mobile Oyster
    OltMrff !' i which I did and it put mv I+.w.l..n! >rf. ; :
    toad will run from ('nh1nbu i condition sue me .rr<.neh: :and enemy r ad ni C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All i nl{ food in the! lnte. -tines ORCHESTRAL at the : a whole orche-tia
    .-Andrew's Hay. Fla. made feel 1 like drUr ['rodue.effect.llketho-e."f ar-enic. command of anyone-no J'I.I\.tRE/ ', V
    to 01. anew 1'.r''II.: :ists I;:C. I
    :' but Dr. King"New Life Pillexpel knowledge of mu-ic required. An .
    '1 to i-opitai lovk I.Wi K.K. .>. ; PAHTlltTHE'I! I ITIJNTE I.
    Hood'sPr the poiunfrom clogged;:: bowels. exhibition every day. Al-o the, I[

    -> < l B. Hruct' w Ill send an expert SarsariaIa \ l in Parlor gently easily but surely, curing;:: CelebratedApolio"; and 'Ceeilian" I TTltJIT.

    t ,nrCtlrlUe. to kind yotlt of rr-luck.Idrllt'e key or trunk t iio; ::-- :-js !:> ::ire a- j! "rs tae prc"ie i- \ OllljDOttwrf\\\ Bedroom Con-tipatiort Headache. Fevers, Hiliuu-I'P', all Liver, Kidney :-ick -piano plaver will. be All-old of on the easy above! payment instruments TIE>> UNION RESTfiUfW
    .11.1 d
    any: call : !: :Lvare .f _::sjtes: 3dyH Furniture ard Rowel troub.e Only! 25e = if de-ired. Call early for
    ..1 ..t.O.1A < -k you n e.d p'.nie at Jlfars-
    a'ow. first choice. Frank L. Wilde
    .,, \ .1. a-L-; y11.W JSr ton thiina's. A. D'LlfubErtt"-I S Pai.i- i ,
    fox !street.' 1
    THE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE. j Proprietor, Opposite Union Dtpct.

    + 4rwrer=w.4l1 -
    IrbrCiae .p .ywl.6a Naas.-wu

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    liOGflli NEWS NOTES POLITICS AND I,"" them- from t j .. il ili l

    ESTABLISHED 1795. I you buy I II

    i 1rnr orh rie t1tmtfI Read steamship Brawner's Franz advertisement.The Horn, hence. POLITICIANS i I THE[ BOSTON SHOE[ STORE[ t I TALK l II OVER I I\ : IiiL..they I IFi

    I 'I\\{ Tin; iRS: AND() SELLERS OF MERCHANDISE. for Hull, passed Bermuda February are good ..... f'I

    |20th. Advices from most of the forty-five ," ,. .. ,. ..-" ::

    i The Forbes Store advertisement counties of the state make it appear

    P>'U: more than 100 years the Price today tells of things that will save that Mr. John G. Ward of this city MONG themselves has brought many of the I t

    Current has reported the Primary you money. will have a walk-over in his race I A !

    Markets for the of Don't forget that the Boston (:shoe; for member of the railroad commis- ;= best dressed people to the conclusion that
    special use buyers- is I
    Store has :some new bargain for '
    T M the recognized authority for such transactions. every day in the week. | sion. Mr. Ward has been a faithful i? Shoes that fit are thoroughly fashionable
    j party werker, he is thoroughly familiar -
    ?) lleeently: we reduced the price of the paper The new advertisement of the with the duties of the ollice, III
    be bought 11
    Meyer Shoe; Company: today is of especial and full of wear, and that can
    fl) aa to place it within the reach of
    every | interest. Don'toverlook it. and no better man can be chosen for I

    buyer: and Seller of Merchandise who wants i Today i is a legal holiday Wash- the place, besides which, it is con at a reasonable price there are none to II 1 :

    the facts regarding market values. I i ngton's birthday and all of the I ceded that Western Florida should Ii

    ,. \. The U issued the ; banks and public buildings are I have.representation on the board. to compare with those at the
    paper\ evening 1 closed. {I ;;

    \ every business day, in time to catch the I| Win. Johnson & Son's Big !Store is J!i Florida newspaper men are coming

    business mails out of New York. I offering some wonderful bargains for i, ta the front in politics. TLos. T. i

    The Price Current is confined exclusively 1 week. Head their new adver Stockton, business manager of the Boston Shoo Store ,
    I Florida Times-Union and Citizen, is

    y' to the daily reports of the MarKets I German Lutheran Church-San- an announced candidate for state ,

    ulS GRAM and} Market News. It is day school, 9 a. m.; German service, I senatorfrom Duval; Harry H. Mc-
    Creary of the Gainesville Hun: is a
    \,,4 r"" t1tae 10W: a. m.; English service: 7 p. m. '
    ....1 I'7b. The Merchant's Daily, ;( J. F. W. Keinhardt, pastor. |I II ,I senator candidate from for re-election Alachua; John as state B. t)-N. G. FORCHEIMER, Prop.-& I

    | The steamship Pensacola arrived Johnston of the Pasco Democrat is a ---. -
    ', nto are classified! into the following general divisions : Thursday night from Galveston, | candidate for representative from NAVAL. STOUtS MAUKET.Beporif.1 n

    1 took on 2000 tons of coal and sailedon Pasco county and a number of the i\\
    LT!: 4 PipIv'hcloNS :
    ; STAPLE GROCERIES her return trip at 12:30 yesterday.The state papers are talking about Walter Daily for The Newi by
    H< i IHIRY rui Hirers
    MATERIALS !Spanish steamship Santan- 8.: Stovall for gubernatorial hon Union Nasal Stores Co.
    .nAIII.K:: >'.rANNKIM: ; dermo, which put in yesterday! for B08I5.GKNKUAIj l -aNro
    '. I'' !IU'IN'1; MATKKIM: METALS & HARDWARE[ coal, sailed out at 7 o'clock this another member of the fraternity, WW.. ..Etas: y... .. .....11 WiW
    i mabe candidate for
    ;I Mil M.-.l'AISTS! 4 (Ill.., MISCELLANEOUS MARKETSNO i morning for Havre and Manchester. a representative <:L...._. ::111I1 D 14712
    i i from Duval. S _. .. ... IS II' ..... .... lb ,
    MATTER 1 All interested in the M.. .. ... : 7'' E .......... 1:65
    WHERE YOU BUY OR SELL, YOU persons establishment K _.. .. .. ::! ::15 U... .__... ..... 1 :111
    NEED THE NEW YORK of a post of the Hoes: of I The mention of Tom Stockton'scandidacy 1._. ...... '_.. 1 i5 C.It bt'IOW...... I :PIBriaiT.
    PRICE CURRENT. Veterans, are requested to meet at for the state senate reminds TUBrEiTIlu-tl.t! :!!
    the office of Wentworth & Bellinger, me that politics is getting -- --- -_

    Special 1 Coupon Offer to New Subscribers. Monday afternoon, at 6 o'clock. II I somewhat warm in old Duval. It appears FKKNC11 SCUEDCLEFollowing rco
    that Telfair Stockton, a
    1 The steamship Hanna, of the Pen-
    ir-.riptioii rate is $5.00 a sear in advance. 50 cents a month eacola-Tauipico line, arrived in port i'I brother of Tom's, is to contest with i is the schedule of the
    him for the honor, and J. E. T.
    I I 01 r THIS COU'ON' and send to us with S 1.00 and we 'this morning and went up to Mus- I[ Bowden and Ham T. Hhayler are government steamer General French

    anJ- j..u the t'KICt- CURRENT dally for THREE MONTHS. a cogee wharf of coal, where and she creosoted will\ take lum-on 'i also possible candidates. Cromwell which THE NEWS prints for the
    ber. II Gibbous and J. W. White may also; benefit of the merchants who ship a
    D. O. HAYNES OL CO., Publishers be candidates for representative iu their goods to the various t.
    (). M. Pryor's big furniture house, I the lower house of the legislature, army .
    .(0I'I 396 Broadway New YorK.
    I 20 and 22! West Government street, I with several others yet to hear posts: .j

    L-- I is packed to the doors with genuine from. Leaves Pensacola, ... ... a. m.
    bargains in furniture at any price I Leaves Karrancas.. .. ... .:511 a. m. eorTf ort ,
    .. ,.. ...
    i Leaves 1'ickeus MK: a. m.
    you- want from the cheapest, to the It is announced that Justice W .
    Leaves Itarraucaa ..... ";15 a. m.
    finest. Head hU local advertisements -, H, Mabry, who for twelve years has, Lea.-es Peusucolft .. .. -. 10:13; a. in.
    NOFICE TO MAUINKllS. Is insured if have
    B H. FAIRCHILD, in this issue. been on the supreme bench of Flor- Arrives Barrancas 11:10 a. m. and then always you a
    makes a trip to fort cltt'e and then re-
    ida will stand for reelectionJudge .
    not !
    I'IIOLHTETt1ItI Commander F. :Singer! of the Sev- The Universalist Church! -:Sunday tarns to I'.nrrancas.l.tavs .
    t I W. A. Hocker.nowa memberof Karrancaa .. 1:15 p. m..
    tnth Lighthouse; district gives no- ;school at 9:30 a. m.i; Young People's the supreme court commission, Leaves Flckeos'S p. m. @as 1adlatoP::
    ROMAN STREET. Christian Union at 6:30 m., subject I.cavta fensacola ._. 4.tUp.:: m.
    A'f -
    tice that on or about Feb. 26, 1902< !, a "Our Church One Hundred will, it is said be a candidate for Lt-avcs Flckcns .. .. 5:15 p. m.
    (. .a-. Hrrt ing Furniture a red, flri>class nun buoy will be established Years From sow" Acts 16-5 the place. Arrives Barrancas Iikl: ) p. m. and Biakei
    ; prayer in horse
    -- trip to McKee and return. your always readyfor
    outsideof the entrance'to
    SI" ,ai'r' the cut just and in prolongation of its All meeting are cordially every Thursday invited to evening.attend I Halt rheum, or eczema, with its On Wednesdays and Katurdajs the use, no dirt, no smoke or

    axis, iu HilUboro River, Tampa these services. itching and burning, is cured by boat will leave Barrancas via Pick- ashes. In very cold weather

    R. K. WHITE, Fla. ; this buoy will be marked No. 'i! Hood's Barsapilla.: tio are all other ens for Pensacola at 6:30 p. m. furnace beat fails, or the
    10 and mined Tampa Cu: Buoy. :.: Regular meeting of Pensacola blood diseases.
    The General French is for
    army steam gives out but the
    : 3 K. of P., Monday gas
    Jenrltrami - Lodge0. ,
    Vi bunk Manofariurinir
    !> > r only and outsider must
    MoDnffie's Witch Hazel night, Feb.24, at 7:30 o'clock. Work OIL STRUCK! purposes any radiator is: always safe, sure
    have from the
    a quartermaster iptuun, I in the rank of Page and other important i You can strike oil by going to O.M. pas and reliable. We sell gas
    i is of her.
    Foot Healer one the finest o take passage o i i
    business. Members of si=ter Pryor's big furniture house, :20 radiators at $2.00 and
    rrdar :tt l "t. I' baby powders known, cures prickly -- --- -- up.
    and transient brethren and 22 West Government street.
    lodges cor- I
    beat and gives instant relief.
    dially invited. Pythian Day trip to We have nothing but bargains to offer Mothers can safely give Foley'sHoney
    .d..I."I.I !. F. Ri 2-> CENTS.: and Tar to their children for
    1 1.1. !
    DeFuniak will be discussed. Mon- in all classes of furniture. Don't
    i, Pen acola Gas Co.
    't 1 .v,' i: ,'.* .1..1 i u;' .iLtl; a afi.x r-old by Johu Sheppard :S. Pal- |i roe Campbell, C. C.; H. Horsier, K. 1 miss; them. coughs and cold, for it contains no
    M vi A \\ I'" t.r ,: 1 11"w street. In.&S. opiates or other poiom. W. A. ,

    I I, '; .'p. ;' I' t.'s 1..! I Try THE NEWS 10 ca'nts per weekGREATER D'Aletmberte,121 S. Palafox. No. 3 S. Palafox St., Pensacola,
    KUIAU.VT10NCOMt'I'KTKU. nO.-\Jw There will be services at the First .
    YKSTKKDAV ;i Baptist church tomorrow at 11 a. m. I :! -
    I IJ
    __ I and 7:30: p. m. Preaching by the I
    \ \\li\niiv\ \') ''// /"(///1' i wtf.UUlKJ I F. L Hrawner was selected at a [ pastor, Uev. F. Jones. Morning subject } REDUCTIONSBRHWNER'S{

    \., [your I I(nilItr.1ffJn Teti; meeting of the city council "A Sight of God's Glory;" !,

    u' .\ V ij/till/L':.. night, "The Shining Face ofj,
    yesterday afternoon as the third I
    Stephen.; Young People's service! o 117 o
    it! Furniture ElIllJO- mi-tuber! of the board of equalization at 6:30: p. m. Sunday school at 9:30'1: i\

    I rrrt tLI'! iiime of Mr. George Reese, a. in., E. D. Beggs, superintendent j
    A cordial invitation to all to attend | 1
    :Mr. I'.rawunr's opponent, having
    Militant the winter windd'et *- teen WU'Idrawll by Alderman Green, these services. i I

    window glass and wi I." li.,J iiveu notice of such an act. Central Christian church, 16 East Fla.'I
    your Romana >Sunday: school, 10 a. ,
    Die! withdrawal ofIr.. Reese'srivt
    iHttttf from the \\\'illis\ Haniicttre /\ ;,;rivt< the: other candidate a m.; preaching at 11 a. m. by Mrs.! i For the Next Ten Days I Io

    {'O. clear! field and he was made the', Bennett, subject: "The Parable of ,

    uti.uinuouchoice.. After the elec- the Prodigal Son;" Junior C. :E. at 3'p. -____ ___ ___ ___ _ -__- __ ..'--=-=o
    tl'ln of Mr. lirawner. the board m.; Y. P. r.;. C. K.. 7:30 p. m. ;

    \VIIKI.VKOKfiTKAM toeCIII'V adapted a resolution offered by Alderman preaching at 7:30 by Mrs. Bennett, Having Finished Taking Stock, we find lots of Odds and Ends in all ( 1

    sandadjourned.McDnffie's subject: "What Distinguishes Man I and in order to Close these Out and make
    1'1.1.101I' -- --- from the Lower Animals?" All are I room for NEW SPITING GOODSto

    \r '' 'I.l I.I tC'TIU'TtH'HI"-\J: Little Blue ,, invited.this week Rev. J.and A.preach Bennett next will Sun return -': Arrive Soon, we (juote prices below that will move them at once.

    Liver Pills makes blue people '
    \tl W tl' OMI'ANV. day. I
    bright, cleanses the system of alldeletenous i 'oi nO> yards Outing Flannel, worth I 1IM)0( ) yards Fancy Calico, worth 41\Pain Boy 'Solid I.oatller5hoes,. .
    a iii" 1' l fur the Llttl ,
    .- .. t4&rtuAton..ay Uri [ and unhealthy matter McDuffie's Turpentine & : Sc., to close at 5c. yard. 5c., to close atIc.. yard. I worth $1.$). our price $l.($).
    "a''al,.... .1 aid makes a new person of you. Planter j 1,000 yards Outing Flannel, worth I 2(") yards Red and Navy Blue 68' Pair* Boy'1't-iolid LeatherShoes,
    II a v *: f.irt Barrancaa T.lCan 115 c'x-rs. Mutton Suet Lang 10c., to close at 71 C. I finer
    ; Calicoes, warranted fast, 4'ac.' yard. quality, worth f 1.7":), our price
    a'' "r.t i foil Kitrr( ark> lu:Wa.n Sold' by John Sheppard, 105 S. Pal- i is a certain cure for whooping cough, A good assortment of Dress Goodsin : U.2iJ. .
    .' a"" \. at l Putt l-arniDC: l. Ap a afox comfortable works while' 1X( ) Boys' Single and
    "ftreet.The t'a..yand desirable colors in plain and Duuble-I'
    N. rt :.Inrriturni t:.lfl (111 Breasted Suits worth "1.K) 72 Pairs Boys' New Orleans Cable
    a t.. a! Mi-t h.rrIlQr.i T:'pp D finest line of-umbrella-- --- in the vou leep. I'I fancy, worth 25c., 5nc.,75c.) and $1.00: to close; atTuc. and 85c. suit. Screwed Shoes, "izp.. 2 to 5, worth I I I
    1 a' \ a' fort Barrancaa tl. 6p D 25 CENTS. to close at 15c., : 'Jc., 50c. and 75c.yard. i I
    .,. Mir: r.irrkDCMfor Penis City i is at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat Sold by John Sheppard, 405; S." Palafox 75 Boys' Ioubled-I5rea>d $1..i0ourprice 120. I I
    I"Uit3'I I 84 Pairs Child's! Shoes, 6 to 10, Solid I r ,
    them., I'1 worth $l.&) and ,
    -treet. All flf our ;5c. Silk Velvets to #:.UI), to Leather, worth I II
    t' n.a'nla ":1)1. k D $l.UUtour' price 4Sc.j .
    ".15 and $1 136 'uit.J)0 I
    4 1. Kl )'>L...(.(11a 11.66,11 close at 50c. yard. I 4S Pair Misses', Shoes
    \\1. STATISTICSIXK j 4 to 12, : .
    ,. t' L.NeDIa I.ft r n : I will repair your watches and 1 lot of Silk Remnants, at half- : ) Boys', Doubled-BreastPd and i Solid Leather, worth 1.25,
    .*'I.i ( ,.,coli 5.4. i a PAST WKKK: jewelry in first-class style. J. 1Stephens. !I price. Three-1'iece Suit' worth $.i UII to i04. our price
    .-' 'M.HlJOlIVntacol* ... .. v.W't,650 p !:! 1 lot of yard-wide Percale, worth I ?1.50, tn close at Si "J> to |;{.2ij uit. I 52 Pairs ;Mi.,"e,>-' !Shoes'! YA: to 2, .
    \'itLl..tati..tir: ,., a+ reported at the -- ---- I0c., to close! at ';'.C. yard. We carry a full line of :Men's j worth $1.CO, our price Soc.' I I '

    ... ''K WIIK DAYh. otliee! of the city board of health forthe Subscribe 10 the NEWS lOc per 1,1Aryards: 4-4 Bleached Dome-, "Suit-- ', from 11.60 to |10M( >, to clone" at [1 You should look at our line of I f 1Children's
    .. ... tic, no March, at 4'zc.' yard. 20 per cent discount.
    ,' Harraar. and rtlct6 s !I week :And up to noon today, were week. I Fine Shoes.P. ; : f
    ,. t
    r \ 'Htt and return VbKrtcb .
    '!.) van .eto'1I/6 as h.Ibiws : I -- i.

    r a'''CII'1IC HI I:TI1VhiteTo -. .. ,
    tilt the running o' \ L. J. Jones and wife, agill - HOUSE I It

    I to J. J. Byer-and wife, a girl :
    : ; ,
    L" Fort k. mIr to 1V.liralltand wife a girl; tll Jua. USE[ iiiiii ij 1 : 1O.F(): SOUTH FAurox STnEErr. (f
    II I
    m Cro-by and wife i a girl : to 11 B. F ;
    Ip.m'J.m I Morey and wife a irirl ; to Milton I IICl : -- ,

    (I.m .irk and wife, a :girl : t" W. T. Robtii l G2saE5s2 S2s2sac s s ; :
    p in'per -. and wife A ::irl. ";
    l'1I1nrt'li1'., Ambio-e Perry and o r N I

    f p in wife a :girl ; to Daniel Perry andife. l'L 1

    .a.oaar.0AY.., \\ a :girl ; to Leonird Urine :and '
    lIar..nca. Jar: ;
    .' to ). It wife, a his : to Gu Jack-on and wife. I 4 L,4 \
    .aCIl : G ( and wife, a T11 L
    'alt""nc; a ; a boy : to 'h i-Campbell _
    .. 16 irl to A. H. Cunuin halll and wife ,, "
    d tfior I lip m airl.tlutnzi.\. ,

    -- IIKATIs.CsIoredMLi1r11elstringer. I ,
    : : fidays. II'I i i'I ,
    OPT : RA HOUSE r'HI\'ul..j'JlI": \\'illj l'iug. 2l years. Cs2Sr5252sEsasasa sa S J i t I

    organic heart .ti-t'a ; eh .... ; ,. .I
    -' -
    \': 11II. 3;J days. l'oIlI\'III..iol1'; HOIe

    \ WEEK : vest Iic. hafll"ol!. 2 mouth.. III BRAND WHEN women compare notes about Dress Goods and a good many :

    'II I \. ,." other kinds of goods, they are pretty sure to I
    It llftniiri" :>.erPto come to the conclu

    : :.v February 24. I -t iiul the strain of nervous netir.ilji.i. BK1NG POWDER i sion that our store is the proper place to buy them.

    :. pLiI": in the face, head or any z
    pstt.51 the body. These pain are zi I

    1' quicklytopped hv the use of Perry We offer our Entire Line of H irh.Col'r..d'pnl': ) .\ Full Line ,,f i
    Theatre Go. Divi='Painkiller. The relief i i" im- Colored Irhh! Linen, at 2" and :Jjc' I
    on : (
    than Cloths regular T- value for 67; :c .
    KEEPS IT. yard.tlueen .
    m"',liat.-atid I.i-tnu': Do not -utteri YOUR GROCER per I. ; :
    nioiiiftit lontrer but u-e the Painkiller Fa..l.i..n lia- declared that our line of SilkHen'jlines.Cnpe i .' ; ,

    adir,-et."l. .Avon ub-ti- HIS ABSOLUTELY PURE Cloth. Silk Foulardand Linen i I "_O Pieces 4-4 Percale loc per yard. I I 'iDres I
    tutfther..- ibut "!!" Piinkiller i
    \ I: '1I1111l..f tIiiI ; Good .hall reign upreme: for Spring Wear. I : : t
    ferry DiviPrice 2"c. and o< c.Foley's ; '
    : '
    J4ll'ifoCfo.ll'ercale .
    I 12'c: per yard ;i : ;, ;
    I: ,I I. I.I I.... -- --- I'I IVIinufastared! in Pensaecla We call attention t.. our :MR! Fanetai at ;t) cent I" i t \
    Id!L.. fr 1I1I1It'allll Tar i- best for These' are nut' the i i00 i, ,'
    My I iiu per .".ir d. ordinary K, and I2'c' Perca es L: I
    suit >u h, contain* \ .
    wl.onpuitf c
    ('r1I1' ; ; n' UiBuffalo t. (" "
    t '] h4lII"I1'TPICS; tin opiates, and curequickly.) Careful \\"earl' exclusive ajentfor the C..I..brar..d'm.. but have< ben bought direct from a:{ent- of Inallufac i I''' tJ, I: ,

    mother- keep it in the hou-e. \\' Co. Anderson Scotch, Giiiirham. Call to -."hm. tur'-r*. '. "' '1 i!
    '. Palafox. ]% t. ;
    'I I E ,4tforlloh.r... A. D'Alemberte. :

    I the\ Wh*.eI l ofu'i : fOur
    tholl..wd dollar: worth of dia- G" ;
    t- :oOt.k:1.. inotdnow Ten on di-pliy: at Mephen. Milliner will arrive on the first, having purchased the : i

    diamond dealer. Call and examine :

    2th.;tilt{ ;t/I. c.-iit' luly urk.u1-..t the them. Scissors, shears, pocket Finest Line of Millinery Ever Brought to Pensacola. Jt!! r I';

    1 free \url'll1."J\ I stove pipe leaks toil table cutlery llievery I 't1:!,' .
    your at the lowest ; ) t r

    '4 j 1i iT f tUdal hiaht.i smoke elbows, buy from new the joints)W'llis and prices best makes Co's., at the Willis Hardware ;W. j. & B. FORBESE.ll: (!

    I. e. 10. 20 and 30o. Hardware Co.


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    lit I'
    ,; A bluff That Win*. Medic Society Attention.

    A TUNNEL An attack of hysteria simulating unconsciousness There :will be a regular meeting! of

    : in a woman may be he Penaacola
    il Medical
    i SEVEN REASONS WHYFOLEY'S EPISODE stopped says Modern Medicine, "by the Board of Health office at at 8

    ., l the surgeon taking a pair of scissors 'clock p. m. Tuesday. Ft'b.25

    (: and regretfully announcing that he Visiting physician are cordially\
    [Original] will have to cut all the patient's hair invited to attend.

    Taking! a train recently on the Erie off in order to make the application tu DR. E. F. Rl"CE.

    railroad for New York, I entered a her head. It is doubtful whether this President

    drawing room car and was assigned to bluff has even been known to taU" DR. ti'. C. DEWBtRY.

    J I: It prevents pneumonia and consumLt P. seat an eminently No. 5. Seat respectable No. 4 was occupied fjentleuiap by n25ttf 8Acretary.Baby's .

    I tion strengthens the lungs and cures with a gray mustache and No. 3 by a

    Lt [; rosebud of a girl, whom I Judged! was

    t I la grippe and its after effects. his daughter. She had the prettiest Il

    pair of blue eyes in the world above .

    ; which tumbled in artistic! naves amass

    rt I of fluffy light hair. The ennil-

    It immediately relieves the spasms of Ion of her lips was contrasted by a lit. Coming

    : the size of silver five
    tle patch a Yefnnald

    t i HONEYAND 2 croup and whooping cough and cent piece placed directly under a corner a* of I Card.i.advise ever de suesnnt 1 wait wo Oa' .,with4ke July 1s,1900.Wine

    1 of her mouth. It seemed to be Insecurely > children I wag eomp ll.d C"InC other

    Ib effects a speedy cure. fastened fur 1 noticed' that I at a time, but this time 1 hEuk bed Win rotCarduiaudfedford'.Biaek J!

    ,, : t \ she occasionally pressed her twenabUtodoall ny houstworVlmh ViS beafs ,

    III lei chief to it in order to make it !hanellil.r'l trouble. I am expecting .' ,% "*" .
    I': filed. My husband think vTne r.Mm"
    if '
    The father soon settled to the rt medicine in tTl. is
    ; bf the world. Hd n
    t' It is pleasant to take and at once II paper while the daughter seemed indisposed cI.w f Thedford' Black-Dr.nght n.ry n'cht a i
    and tun tome to the children.
    He W
    I' to settle to anything.; !She was lost a day from work the year. Ht tn. Bt,
    I L ;) 3 produces a soothing and strengthen. I'I continually casting glances through! the friends about your wonderful medicine. and hie t
    tell my lady fneadi to ... your Wine of
    car, as if looking for Rome one, and
    $ Cardoi. lira. GEORGIA.
    ! ing effect on the lungs whenever the train stopped cast a LEE

    'f _ _ _ _ I quick glance at every one Who came in. WINEARDU1That

    j i i When the train moved on, she would I II

    .1 91 I fan herself restlessly till we niado the ire thousands ef women who shrink

    TAR It contains no opiates or other poisons : next stop. i iI i iI iI hi terror at the thought of the fcaiy'j ctmin .

    i 4 and be with to I Presently at one of the stops a young I I But childbirth Is one .f the workings of Nature
    can given safety and it net intended
    was te imply torture and
    V 't f _- _. man carrying a suit case got aboard
    : to the hellO bothers .f the
    agony race. The
    children and delicate 111111alll',: throuzh the car, and I
    persons. I511W ] woman who suffers torture during pregnancyand
    his eyes meet those of the joungprl.
    at childbirth has usually, by some indiscretion ,
    t Though; there was not the blightt Injured thc organs which make her woman.. Neglect' of menstrual {

    i ;, sign of recognition I kutat once irrejularfties leads to ovarian pains, falling of the womb and !tucorrhllea.Ind .

    It contains no harsh expectorants to that they had met before Seat No. 1, the period of pregnancy n necessarily distressing under thou cWi.

    :: I is aHousehold next the lady, was vacant, and in a tions. Wine of urdu! will regulate the menstrual function perfectly and

    5 strain the lungs or astringents to dry few minutes the i orUr had assignedit :; eventually make the generative OrlIRsstJoong and healthy. Pregnancy and
    i, childbirth have no terrors for the woman who takes this Wine. A
    r j to thejonng man. The girl swunground / pure string
    and I healthy womb will bring its precious burden to maturity with little or npain.
    the secretions
    cause constipation. so that her back was to him :\1111n.t.1rt'ss.d
    : t A healthy woman need not fear childbirth. Wine tf Cardui completely
    some words to her ( cures all these troubles familiarly known H "mile diseases" and the
    pointing out of tin- window but atlll'r'l sensitive generative for and childbirth. equips
    organs pregnancy It will save any
    1.1: l Favorite ticed that her breath was coming mother much pain and suffering. All druggists sell $1 00 bottles.

    BI I It quickly stops coughing, tickling in i 111111 her face had lost some of its color. For adv.wandlueratir.uldr.tap.' ITDIHODH, "Tbf dta'Adv'aory
    I The your man soon turned his batk\ v.p tttu.ot," Tn. ctauaaeoa Jltdioae tompaey ttaiunoog, limn

    ; 6 the throat, difficult breathing and to all of us, took a novel from his suit I i

    and read but from the
    oas began to ,
    ; pain in the chest and lungs number of times he turned t-> :glance iI

    ; Everywhere through: the glass beside him I judged; .
    I I I
    that Ins attention was not fixed upon

    the I )tk. His seat the end one, was
    t It It will cure consumption and asthma next a mirror, and it was not long I WE WILL.FUNISH YOUR HOME FREE!

    'I..J 1..Cor.the ;girl; though his back was to- ,I
    y'I. in the and comfort
    t 7 early stages give warllllt'r. was exchausmg glances with Wnt In-Uy for oar haorttvuif -
    f...,. -, lln! .iral"l talAlukUf RElUTItrfr "r", .,
    ForCOUGHS. and relief in the most hopeless cases. Liui. I ,t.11i6'-' ; amiss nuuiiii, What we inre. .-..fur twrirne! tV'm''m. r : eI.
    the terminus of the .
    ,' A few miles from -I I. our"0.1'" wegtrrtnrarh av ,., 'Oil ;
    u .
    road at Jersey City is a long tunnel. I urt-tuiiifr of a !>*>i nf Soap ." ,', e a ,
    l I ear 1111. of I'prfuni their

    1 i. :iI Just before the train entered this tunnel I ..lIn..r. .me..r. elm tlniulanmupreonmeuothrm.rkeL I.... i. I' .. '-'

    the porter attempted to light the 1 .,I-UHii.aliTarf.. ..01.... l Iduyn.. I'.LI if
    I I l.ldl".III..u..rl..lluIUI j.risthrafpiit .".. 1.,
    gas in the center of the car, bat hadonly whi>wli.c/nly:4 iMiicinfwe ""'.:II'
    aI I Kee a &(Mlm> IMnurp ( BRONCHITIS w
    COLDS CROUP, one match which was extinguished ; fine lyhut i .I 1g.ndinv9.l.fuii
    before he succeeded. Plunging under VT ieIim'Iiwlml. +t r
    nnl'TOL irr 11.,1 .. 1 1Inninic ..'... ty
    Tam YO' mur pl..1 with myd"hn.e.l Kiom 'Il' .j. t .
    ground, we plunged also iu.9 total I < ilL' tmirr Ti '
    ill g-t u|*another order*XUB c'
    lore unair,8., w M<' ie kIy.4 "d !'.

    darkness I Sxi..,"au.t.i Lt'LL', "III"assesh lo.J eke,... nrannrwtrr.It.'n" lfn M.,M" 'I, '.1, .. "rII. -.ce I". ,
    PNEUMONIA GRIPPE and all other When shot into the light, the .. .. _.
    out ; 1'
    we Good' r.II-.I. Mjr < rt men are e: 'moI. a'li.w: a very I 14eni i i. ii" '
    well pi..t .rtu t"triT lamp Mr ie R >t "'pO :u Wrtnuynu. :'t.IIII'"- 'fr",|H:r. ''. "y.,. ,
    young couple were sitting; back tu back; inch , l.-fur. hltwr.danutmrnnkr V.eallnwy .aISdayi'tm.'I. lt: ia r : ) :o'J
    in a f'*w iA}". 1 .ut more than iie.w l nth tim !" ilflirfr the g"...1. Rnd .' I' '-t J' r 'I
    but horror of horrors, the patch on theface I y
    mau uhD. Mrt Ah'E-> lUH"llI.Njmum'j before paling' ntl. l ,,n'l d< l.-. f;. _

    t of the girl had been transferredto SALVONA SOAP CO. [or. 12th S Pine Sts. 1
    i LOUIS
    the mustache of the young man! .. ... .. .. .. .. ,
    This could see by the minor. I Late i .;; : .:. '. ,;,. ... .:: ..''''"' .: ( svrKk: +. :

    Throat and Troubles. been in that sort of danger myself' and i

    I Lung : have a fellow feeling fur any one s>im- ''

    + liar:) ilatfd. Tit littler was luiikiu
    window llie I II
    out of the ; gill, urn-mi-
    : .
    scions of the transfer of her patch wasfritting I i' /
    IL t I I /
    with her face toward him; the "

    f _w. A. D'ALEMBERTE ; I jjnuiu: man's face was exposed t'l any 1r:1: 'I J J> "" /

    : .
    j DHL who those to look into the mirror i iillow I "

    ; could I c-omiiiunicatt with tin"' 1' ,

    jI Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Patafoi] street young man unolisened? 1 stan-l. at .L. ""'\ : r..

    Ins reflection, lii'inne to catch his eye I 'E" I I '_

    I II but he was so absorbed in the retnem- I 1//,1 r.
    . I .' _
    trance of the kist he. had stolen that ,7 '. iI
    ll.Isrth of 11,.. < IrHiln.I" f>.ul I'a: 1\1 TUO i>Miiti;i.'ts "" tin I '. 'I, -
    i' his t'HIS not to be causht. Meanwhile .J t. .,;)1 \\ r, ..
    von w btu w ,mil w, iiln r mines : iak i iiest u hiili l\" Ill UilnlTl CURTAIN CALLS. \ -.... /f' \ 'Lt.'
    __ the father faced his daughterand -
    :'can and .dh,.'r ]cads.-. siiu, ;': I.\ly rfiiicJj IIl'I'al'.d to hi.i iJt-ilf.'tli! m I -i"\\ : ; (
    natural Pauline Hall is playing vaudeville. began to albl'rII) their belongings 'tt
    iitt tb>'!r lilt. tin siil.l.' F P ... -. ,,
    1'11'1 "'11x' Hall[ of Fuiut has wt.rcd his face being directly toward the i I e = aF
    "' big >. -
    1 ''''' the KT"'lii'l.I sly ;: .= t. : J> ___
    /'nn.elPnrr "'tlnlp.. hit in New >ork. mirror. Tupping' him: on the shoulder j jI F if.-. .. r. :: -
    "I '
    i i 1..1 i Mr>>nsi>r until a "
    i 'me and I s tii- '1'111'11 a The it'sbdtcedtpartturut| : liisi"toii' Edith: Itradtoril has left the "\Ir An- I asked! him by what means' 1 had 1 best '' '( ; I : -:

    1 ,. .. t.ri ore fund"of it> ors n. Nut at all 1111 tome,tie" couiiMiiy.iKlia reach the l r.unl CI'lItrall\topvt in New i r K YOU'RE BETTER LOOKING
    I I' "I| --|ll"''S J> >MT<*'S Illlll I ' Usual is it fur'i to UM- u |.I.'ry! \ Stacey is playing the title role York.Vhile he was telling me 1 was / \ I.r I* it : -r wt nr i
    'nil 't< ii iily upwar'I[ > i| Mt '
    t.Hirrlnl st.llllli! illnl llirll tu l't'gl'el In "Maniselte'.twkitis.\ : trying to catch the eje of the young ;: :; '- -:1..35 I Ire f", 'p ifmly t
    I rum hit I l"ii.: irliifiiifiitn tl t
    the oMTlinietit out ot man. This talking! t,) the father and 'Io_ .,_:' run reI -
    l.t-atlliu ei'iiisIn UJ-_ '
    ,.CM IIIw"I11:11..1 iii..ruiiuA < ; ;': Arthur ]Harry joined Maude ..ldanhcompany VA J 10(r i- ,' n eirreLt r<
    I onlt-r t" wviire piaoe of twuil! the .' gesticulating at the young man at the A.L.- ISH er '.If 1
    : i-iirili 1'11'11.1 l 1 i'rr.iiurcli ut 1'hfladelphi.l.'ante .
    i iiiij. | \
    -tntul iit will send a g..I :vtjnij. toO taiiiLtime were mote dilhuilt than J STRAIGHT FRONT
    < < j
    : !
    1, xlroli. lH>"....1 l evil aini | Thorni'Min has had a play IICI'
    M I '!lllli-> ih In- :11,.... and ti! tlei.irtiiientHli| :an tinnii.M.h>iNr\ CI'I'h'lllly fi.tMd l r.i'la.M'O grinding an organ; and dancing a mon \
    l>liiiiatioii. This Manip i in turmil lI.rt. key Ne\crtheless 1 !kept it uji! while : \ Royal Worcester
    > :i MIII:. In1 )fl' !N6 I'liliiHyi :
    J.nurnImll<:nlno hi n> >!lnecil M.irloIierruksou
    t the tratu the station.
    was rapid
    .in miliiil < f tinlilii and iu.nli Iii! Hearing i
    i ', '' iH-riH'rnliriil Ilhj"'l'I.I !in "Ilten lloUK-n." '8
    tl(...inli, who I'.istfs it oil a ltnt! card : ,
    \ I* .IK' laUirmu-1) IM' IIH toI
    ati-l ilr.ius a couple of IH-II ni.irUsaeross Kate Tart has Joint 1' : 1'reonty! the young: man arose to ( -. Bon Ton Corsets I

    ', it. Tile tflittvmiM lie jn..t as replacing Helen Merrill. take his suit tat from the rack abo\o! ,
    "s H sight uulvor ! I$ : K'*.'l if the rtieJitant caucvleil the 11V.. Townst-nJ I is woikinu uinm a and saw by my expression that something \ are the m t en u! mad, and they art i<
    .t 1 litllt-mark IIIM-IIU :iiliunIt .
    a cheat a; ih- rrr Lin ii II in
    { dramatization of "The Daughter of theTenement" had happened. I pointed | )
    IlilllM! If.Ihr my ,
    I t $....I1IM iliu I >>t a.. if his uu stamp w v, r gel ai e m ask y< ur dealer
    upper lip and glared at him. lie stood order them for yi it.
    1 l l.u-st
    '\Mt'onti ha-1 a.-lu-illy
    H ihi Niiiiliu-Url Dinlrrl.A The 1'lorodora" company tra\else\- looking at m<* stupidly for a time,
    -11> II a. the -:.i|>,n4 \\'..1111.1
    it i I". IIr il.iiup HUh"I,1Ih! fnnilj circle in Nantueket was elusively bj special\ train, iiiul it then put' his hand to his face and whenhe ROYAL WORCESTER CORSET CO.

    .. otni tliM-llssiiu the Use of lullltlral.hra'e hxe cars to acc-ouuuotlate the withdrew it the patch came also.
    :I' Ilil* "|'llt XM.I'-II, 1t1l.1:1
    >i wluli the uuther.aid1(:iris, play erg and pnKluction. At the moment the young: lady noticed WORCESTER MASS.
    I I. .1 'I I '.l.1'I-SIVC llllll (1UI'IK-| \Mtll
    1111'\ riisi'theiu.t" ." that something' was wrong and ,glancing -
    \ : *'.'11I11.: eyes
    "\ I,."- II...-.... an it!her" I I from me to her later, saw him
    '. I'M! o|,,'ulliK. Hill I we r""lixl'!: .. OLD WORLD DOINGS.
    1,11I'h me ami M-O if 1 Ju" -- | lookirg; at her patch on his hand.
    till "f it fii.a..., K taking
    shortly: after she! to one of tin The 1'rmrc' of Wales now has an 1mprtssne On. the crimson of ruses the carna- ,
    l rank i-coiu's M..utUly.
    cln'ilivn.! "'!'here, take\ this and carry itt idea of what Is meant by the tion of pink, the scarlet of poppies\ !

    J ::;'Ilitili-\\'n-% : '> Cousin! I'llillaiiil tell In'r that this I. phrase "as cold as kraut. KalltoasGt None of these was ever so beautiful TIME TABLE.

    . "'111'ires the janls with u<. and Ih. r ). Journal. the flush that came upon the cheek of ,
    .\'t* |IH'\ III S" .eI1au,I wase'birittl
    u ili aili-iniitliis I.. f-lt-.1'! anarlule must tend, fur, it is almost, schoolime.! The sultan! of Turkey I Is raid to lit' this, pretty girl. No patch was needed LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROADIN
    -I!ost i in fhn.-tiaii Kt: Bister.! to make a contrast It flamed
    I against EFFECT
    1I.CtIII.I ,
    I.n'llIriutvr The which 1 tail
    war. question
    ifito I'ri.iti, a shop .1.1'! In |iiailuu! /

    1 I. pie C'It- Insanl hI' li'lu't,'al th.' most concerns Europe, however Is. the ivory of her face a banner of lave
    t Kill Ilirrvr I'nitrlth ( Who I is the sultans anj'tl?-San I'ran- uiifurivd to the gaze of all who chose I II New Orleans and Mobile.
    tttiUK "tli> \\ 'ix (lil> SIIIIH tae tl:it> It. ---- -- -
    I ------
    I The ImproM-nient to conic in all life Cisco! Chronicle. to look. --
    \\'l lr'-upoli the juLiiiif"iiiii> fruin the "iuniin!: of a new U-af i is not It I Is again feared that there be i The young man rose to the occasion.Ru 7 la a 12:1;' m ir :ni LeoaY8.. .. No.S. No.1. '
    that in iln It ami KIMHK: h.( d l' it "fir. all may p I'PDsarola.Arrlve 1):110 a : 111. v ;,
    to l I..* based uiMin the tin nun; of theIr I <:hing up to me, he grasped! my hand. II::.. w Y:7 p I I'C a I I.I'av.._.... I'I"malOo m.. Leave 9a5 a' IJJ: p 7 ,
    p the miiiH and that tu- unlil have ti so much as upon the constant ami solution in J pain. The Spanish 1 "Wtiy John! Where did spring 11:0'' a 4: p I :Yia a I l.I'ave.. ... f"hIl6 .... 1.I'&V8 11:11I/ n't''i 12.150 p r, t' p I-

    pity a hue lie Ill hliillin;:s I.f go t-i jail: revolutionists, how ever, peldom becomeso you : =___I _7.1a:-- -(-.rave New url.anN L"eve $;u.p_i_ 7:25a
    re-olute tilling; of the new page; by dint I from ? Why didn't you let me know --- -
    to the
    fur ten days. as pass threatening -North.
    t of unreiiiitUiu and often Mrvnuoiis tffort. i you were on the train? Where do you
    TinUiy.. IH>I liming tin1 money win: point.-Chicago! Ht'C\.Jrd.lh-rnIJ.
    An t'\-il\ h.ilut Is not ihangiil! In anuaurut stop In the city?"
    31"!"' ...1 in L II glad I urt it fii'iu a frifiiil If the population of Germany and No. %. No. I. So. I. S". '
    hut is suiiplanted t.}' the /co-xl I Between my replies I managed to lIft'i pm 12Ii pm I ......V8_.... P..noacola Arrive
    little hili' lu ,1.111.111I! England increases and at 1(01) pm' I. am
    leas \\ w'as.i9'Il I so rapid u 11:16 a m 11:57 m Arrlv..
    whit'bls cuu\atfd! into hlLit.-Xash. I card p Montgomery 11 .
    a slip my into uia hand and he hurrictl i :15 1 m :I IIII
    I t In It) Blurt and nh.-u asU.-.l If In- had 'I I rate that large numbers of emigrants ILSham 11:4.1'\ pm j IArrlve_ Birmingham .1.I'aV8 !0aiam; a
    \ il1.' tanner. I away after the father and daughter 7tiipm 3:111.. Ul 'Arrl'6. NII-bvlIl" Leave
    Ii Ins Illie ln> an"Nil. I, I be sent off to the colonies while
    I gut the lii.Un-y > I'" \ way 2:$) a m '1:13 am Arrln.
    'I I who were by this time leaving the Leave 9:15pm i.e.: a'o
    4 I \Hr..I: I ( I France barely holds her own at home 7:20a m 11:511: 1 m Arrl"!!. .Clnclnnatl..I'av.. 6:(" p m ti I II
    1'' : 1'iit I wn ;:111'11 tae <1 n' It, :aiiil I .rrninn and supplies the world with no colonists car.One 7:295 m lItJp: m : Arrv.s_ __...s.:. Lnuti_ ..1-8V"_!=Ipm s pm
    It takes eighty nn'n ti,> make a German i morning soon after, I received
    t i I i }f' MiUl Unit (-acii tae due it end dn> It !! it is not difficult to foresee the PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
    doll. Ilach: man makes a small an Invitation to dine with Mr. and Mrs.
    Jlvt the I'm ttniktiu\ you final outcome.-Philadelphia Trmes.
    were So. :tl-DaI11 So.
    ..." ix.rtlon of the doll but it Is the same ) Charles L. Chancey. 1 had forgotten : I-Ua1l1 I to atop where time not shown No. 4-Daily No. 221 1 a I 7
    :, ai..t ni.'ll \>4' alnnit dens n IVirMtll'lU ,_ all the time, and li") dozen dulls I the car episode and went to the dinner 11:55 pm 7:1)1) a m Leave...._ Yensncola.Arrlve

    'fj": i can lie made In a day in some of the I I A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away. i: not knowing who were to be my hosts. 11:1 night" 7.1:1" .. ......... Iobl.'rula ......... lom'IOM pm" 6 1IIt/;1111 P rr
    t I 1tD 7.1" II ........ YnleMtra. ....... II
    Mr. W. of :
    W. Baker 10:11"
    b1g tl'ril's.Ch'r the finish Plainview II t'1'
    yup.ratltlon. .f ImlHr.ThiTc ; nun the I When Mrs. Chancey receded me In the Itl 7:1 II II .._E clmbll. ...... II 10:32 II 1:57

    jl are uIIICey near the I'nivorsl-: I, l-ii'ly i>orticiu of the doll the women's X eb., writes : "My wife had lun>r''' drawing room. I recognized at once 13-1.'I I\II": II 7Y9 7:25": ?" _.........._... M ulat ..... .... .". 10aJ": 5.45
    .. ..
    't'1 .. t ty i'f Oxfotil[ ulure tiii imtiiin of imilIral : work I ot'i! us. They paint. flns the I, trouble for over fifteen years. We the girl of the black patch and her LiI:; ) w 7:8.'i": a .......".. ;,Harp itlily"'."........ II 10:1"10:16: II 6.7 ft."!
    dulls and pack them for the market I 1:1'1)/4": 7'''.'.' w II .. ... .... II .....
    J' n'loiito haiKnttrattil 1 and where |II tried a number of doctors and spent husband proved to be the young man I' am.:.. It 1/ -- Milton I":III" .... ,
    .Good ..... It '
    ? tIDge. ... gS
    L.1 hanii-i ate the only ntvgufz> .91 sure I It I over a thousand dollars without any I who had kissed her In the tunnel. It I IM": li 15 w II _......... Holtl ..... .. e:3.'i It I:

    t 1 for .1....-"...*. A woman wtm halatily : .Gn".rn and ,...It. I relief. She; was low and I lot all l' turned out that the man I bad taken 2I Yi: ) 0:11 A":: I "It to" _._ :llIlIlIrlo ..._ 9:15) It 4:111:
    1 Jack McKenna of Denver has --.Cesltew......... "
    r r I ,: Nvn litiurlti).: In the iK-l..;liUirh.Hi.l! on i deposited hope, when a friend suggested for the father was her guardian and 8:01 II 8 M It II .......11 el.'f Land .__ .1 8M" l.u I'IJ:
    ; try- 8 =\ "
    forfeit of :
    a $l.Otto) bind I ;
    ooiitfha a match to her. Ills 11:10 a _.._ Mo..y }1/"d._. '
    a nutation (. \lII.! that wh..II.1\I1| : was scheming marry plans 1011" u 8:4'' '.111
    t I between Abe Attell and Terry McGovlern in? Foley's Honey and Tar which 9i: UeYunlakHprlng., 0:19 !.M
    II It
    \\' alwuytnMitil l>y sililr. Ther i were frustrated by the couple who 4:11: II .._ "
    .. "
    Arg118. 7:44 f.t1
    for the I did and thanks be to this Ito. ..
    Fliidi-r! was M,\\t-tl Into a pusv of nnis championship ; great ,I managed to elude him !in a crowd before I 6:00: II e:67' ?Ponce de LeolL. II 7II: II ,,2:"
    I of the world. McKenna stipulatesthat remedy it saved her life. She isi I I IIJIO' II .. _WeltvI1l8....__ It 717 to 1.41a
    .. \ "
    1, and the the Hudson. But 6IJI!
    Hit and hun;: lift n curtain r. crossing for my I IOlti. II ClryvI1l8_ II
    and better II
    the stronger enjoys health M 7:1:1 :
    i boys shall !sa II
    t lIt ath IIr the i-i 1'Mrr n\l"lIIt: the: end of meet at 122 pounds than she has ever known in ten i I warning their plot would have been i 6:11' 10: ) .to. _HonlfIi1?...._. 656" 1 Y7
    the featherweight limit the lout _.. lblple1. ._ II
    toi i &.s1" 1.4
    .. child nag discovered and frustrated. I 01): ) "
    1 the .11:11. Not Ion Ht.1i H I y ars. We shall never be withoutFoley's : l1:11f" _._Cottondalll_ II 6:19 12e
    place regardless of the II D20r.
    Mir.l with the tliu-is!! anj the d.lckrr outcome Honey and Tar and would The couple have since become my Inc I 7'10 11:15" .?..."Marianna It 0:10) ItI'
    rf the coming bout between McGOTerai' 7:10": 11:4.5 II ___ C1prllU ......_ II II."
    \Vlit' aki those afflicted 5x9: a"rA
    chest. to II
    i>rt. ' I road It "
    Rldg8 6B: 11W
    find Dare
    :,.- n-turmJ. he fuuuJ that the mother D'Alemberte, 121 S. Palafox. MAURICE K. BROCKET I ljllj 71"II' 12:05 noon ._ lSneads' ._ II Dtl to 1.0..
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    more readily to Scott'sEmulsion | AND THE NEW The Stating Sraton. THEAOMIRALt' I ,
    baa into
    The skating season swung

    ;hrglnsl J j of cod-liver oil than'! \\VEAK MADE STRONG its stride, and steel shod thousands of l 1747 Island, Rhode AienuoWAShMTCM: '

    waterford Wid'lwln '
    1"1I1.1'fI a outdoor sportsmen are taking!

    .. ... : ., :..i ( u, hv('d in me ofi. to anything that you can take ; I His hobby was Original language.] His pupils full advantage of their opportunltlt'8.1 ; i

    i.,.-st plates! on Ldjcwatcr I II j Skating is truly the .
    and if persistently used a few said of him "Profobbor Robertson fed Marvelous Elixir of Life Discovered recreations; and its votaries' compriseboth ;'
    ...> "'r. Mrs. Punter ants I :; $ :
    j I I
    on Greek routs; wl.1.1 he was a boy r
    rich and the
    and the
    : ;I. the! latter being' Leir ti.iierford days, will break up the cold. ':'; end "Professor Robertson. would rather 'j by Famous Doctor- I-oor. joung old. ;f ''i, s :,

    \\ estates. | "1
    :? ast for a stone in a dead language than The meet of the National L L.3felAsdr -
    I When : : Scientist That Cures championship
    j> < ,i.i "...!. 1 point of dlsagreeUat'rfcrd you awake in the ; I i ; I
    I for Lrt'allill a jiving one." These are I Skating: association is scheduledto

    ..t. family. The night choked up and cough. ,I samples of the jokes that irreverent underpraduates i Every Known I take place Jan. 31 and Fob. 1 at ,, Feb. 18 1901 '

    -.-t 1 I..- heart ou uniting/ Lib | I I :
    | / heaped upon "tbe old Ailment. I A. R. Bremer Co. ,
    u u !lortmr IlIIrt of it which i ing hard, take a dose of the vro'j
    i i f essor, as they were wont to call
    ,(IT .: tot another branch of >! 'I I Chicago. ,
    EmuKion and be was tlurty-eilit-but It must not be
    | will iunderstood i iI k.L
    you get
    ; I If
    i I. the marriage of his! ,
    | that they did not love him. Wonderful Cores Are Effected That Seem < Gentlem n : -I have

    "f. !i'uitir. with Lucy Wa- immediate relief, where no lie was a simple minded Ingenuous DandruffCure I

    1 :i> 1 I'll grntxlniece. Un1 I creature who like t'ncle Toby, would Like Miracles Performed-The !e. used Coke '

    rk Lad fallen in love ,," cough medicine will give you | nut hurt a fly, and although he was intimate of Long Life of Oldan for the past

    .,1 could iiut be induced :: relief. It has a soothing and with no one, every one would j year and found it an I

    i ;, hun been glad to be intimate with Timas Revived.
    I I' excellent prepara- !
    I! him. j I
    healing effect the throat r
    :' \ to ask herpleu.lttl upon '
    : Among the students in the Woman's tion. iI j jI

    Mark. 'Tm. and bronchial tubes. collect1 attached to the university was The Keinedj it Free to All\ Who Send ;
    .. .. u. love with Ler jour !
    one Louise Middleton, who attended Name and Addrehs. Zr

    j Most people understandScott's I all of Professor Robertson's! lectures so I
    t,.0to do with Lcr" I
    lone as she was an undt-rsradante and
    : :
    M 1 ".t widow: Tin'y Emulsion is a great After years of patient study and
    when lit
    r finished Rn.1'ut out I
    .,,lures, every one of delving into the duty record of the I

    :.. to get j ou for ray body builder-but it is equally into/ the world she remained! behind totake pat, as well as following modern ... I'I'gis'
    a tsraduate course in i Sanskrit.lltr : .
    experiments in the realms of medical At wD'Alemberte's and Har: '

    r own right" i gold to allay inflammation friends! wondered at this, he-au. fcieuce, Dr. James \V. Kidd I Pharmacy.

    I Eunice was by no means scholarly! and 2(104( First National Hank building: I!

    11 marry ler, you i and cure colds and violent was less prolicient, in languages than Fort Wayne, Ind. make the startling II',' I I

    hat not a dollar of Iin any other branch. Perhaps it was announcement that he has sure- i

    i I. I h hi-r through )'ou." coughing. : this that led her to secure 1'rufestorItobtrthuifs BEST FOR( THE

    i -1..1. One morning :
    I, Send for Tree S mplc. I services to tutor her during
    .1 1 that the Yilheri
    SCOTT .11,0\VNE, Chemists. Pearl her college career and to take a
    j< St \ Y
    .-.h' the \\ aterfords..ind u __< _)_ I-oMgraduate ('our"e under him in a ; BOWELSr

    Til null) ItIiigq.Slen's class of whirl she, was the only met
    "n l-os.scss.on.; Mr. I "ti't treular, healthy movement of lhi .
    h a
    thumb\ ber. She scimed to l be intensely inter .yon. ,,,,,', III or ..ill be keep
    rigs! are no rarities iccollet i bo cl> tirr} day. e Jour"l.1 had been esied in I I 110..1.0.1'''' well Jurcf.In the thajevt .uItnt
    Sanskrit. I'I '
    Some; of She would sit by ... .
    tors. : the Uoinan sped 'I rhywevr pm vM> >nii danircrou1 The Bmootti*
    "'I important busi- him for hours poring OUT her lessons I! ect,"*....... must-rretway of ktii>lnit the bowelt ,
    uu-iis must been
    cumbrous wear clear and clean ia 10 tak
    few vvttkk.s I
    .nl in a
    one in the Montfaucon l collection bearing asking innumerable, questions\ and n 'II I I.II but as they
    the bint of 'IraJan's consort Plo- ing; now and then a tninuicnt which
    : :-:rylliu. a IlI-hin ; caused the .. I
    professor 10ij.h at the i. -
    tina, measuring
    over three inchesmross
    "iir, give eudfiict! !'
    trajal ignorant it iimihed.
    Medi.eval churchmen of
    I Ir high)
    '. accept-1
    in was II
    I decree did! not :tllo"I h., largest! first of i" stgradiite study! passed, i

    .rclf. | 111.11IJrtt.. and when ElIn l e's' 'lassin.itps: returned CATHARTIC'I
    t of the lingers" to go unadorned.
    > u wade niui h of for their first
    tri'nlllallUl'l'till:; they
    A massive rl111111 found 1
    : Hf ']' lug HlMta' found Kuntostill
    f. "upon the thumb of the supposed skeleton plodding on, Professor ss'i
    exclusion of all
    : Uol-ertson'g I
    <-f ilarj', 1 bishop of ,Chichcstcr only pupil' in the
    -< ilwj ahlilrI loilf II class in Sanskrit.
    who died in IW;: and the recumbenti'Iigy '
    tilt dl"to EAT JEM LIKE CANDY
    lady !lIlW does Miss Middleton .
    :! of P.ishop nidham) in Ixeter: entlxilral get on ? I 1>K. AUTUIU 11. KEA:>E I yicajant. PalaUhle. Potent. Taste. Good. I'nGoo4
    '!d.1 an ex asked one of the returned line, Weaken 10, t>. and M rent
    graduates Sicken or c-npo
    N remarkable! for the j1r.-sIMh [Champion tigure skater of America] I per hoi Writ lor free ..Inpir. and booklet ..nrjlth
    was She c>ny.irwbly of the professor. "I presume she Aildrvmi IU
    \ catch li , together thumbs being inclosed by a speaks the language; fluently by this either! Ponghkeepsie, X. \'., or Montflair I T6&I.Ihn KEIKDT rOXPaM. (alf Afn.r MW T0ll.

    single' rn;:. X. J. All the amateur experts'' .
    .' Mr Mrjiklin'iml time." KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
    \\ Len the shrine of :-t; a DR. JAMES WILLIAM of this country will an.i a
    HiUli' r till it The professor put his hand to his appear
    Uei Uet was robin d of its treasures, the .
    sextet of Canadian cracks
    .. i \IrMrvUliD C'll mcditathcly., di-covered the elixir of life. That prominent
    famous: arclib'shop's thumb ring, g'ven has entered) to defend the titles PENSACOLA
    11 I 'I .id rumor. Ii-s: MidvUetoii is an enthusiastic he is able with the aid of a tnysteriou captured
    to him! bj the king; of Franco, graced from in Montreal) last
    compound, known only to himself our boors year
    v i w i- ,Jicliilm scholar, lie said, "but I fear her mind! i
    dear with /I ruli.:' the si/.e of a hen'.s egg, produced as a result of the I Figure; skating I is aunt ht.r branch of
    'r -; I: is better fitted for
    'J] s. : ,, .:i w.- fni'bl! its WilY to the thumb of bluff, She does not more practicalI'rauehes. years he hail spent in searching for the n'atol.rt that i is receiving n deal :: Gij 0 IISLDII f V tiIultY F MUSIC I :

    i 1 I:? I 111'1"f King: : llal. and as the, humor of the r"IIae progress veryrapidly this precious life-giving: boon, to \>f attention just at present I)r. Ar. VM ,

    tin !king; is alwajs voted just the tiling '\'4'I cure any and every di-ea-e that i is ;i thur (!. Keane of New York is the E. O'L CEAFFEFS inctor
    I you taught her the H'rwith\ ,
    known to the human Thereis ,
    Clay UMire the royal hand teas out the : body. American champ.on.': having: successfully ,
    .. ;I whisk we begau the study of Latin?" no doubt of the doctor's earnestness I
    Iv' one so Jerked at court. Majors Iifendeil tie title for three <'c'nMiutivu i I -
    i "
    : I ; You meal"To in matting his claim and the
    ... '.. 1! .'1<1. "LIt'1I imitated their better ; I jears. I'r. Keane performsall Voice Culture Violin
    love. remarkable cures that he is daily effectingseems I' Piano, PipeOrgauCormietMaudolinGuitar I
    "\1 i ', 1 was about thy years. flak''i. the ditlicult and
    .. maneuvers
    : .: "No, said the professor innocently : to bear him out very ,
    I. ': : /h-- fat knisiht. "I 1 +'an 't an eaJ' ; "I o you think that would help lierV" 'trongly.; His theory winch he advances I In the opinion of experts' will win again j i Cello etc. I I II

    ill the waist.. I could havencpt 'I in this 'cnr'l(1II1"Iot.. I I I
    1.1:1: is one of reason and based on' \ J
    I .' I. ...r: : I "I am sure of it. Try it. You willcuineit Also Director tmeola Concert
    into in alili'rni.uithumb! ring. sound experience in a medical practice __ _
    f. I her into an scholar.
    lhillultt'rs': Journal.llnl'illni apt of man"par.,. It costs nothing Oinplnn Camr! of KMM. I I Hand and Elite Orchestra.
    Profiting by the advice, the professor! remarkable .
    to try his: "Elixir of ,,
    It Is now an established fact that the
    I al t., ",.r I!. !II'! !It-- returned to Ills pupil resolved to concentrate "
    ; 'nperationr. Life, as he calls it, for he sends it I Olympian games: of J'ioivill: be heldin i Brass and String Music Fcrrisbec ;
    his efforts on the Sanskrit: ; free, to at.s'oue who is a sufferer insufficient I
    In remote tunes a sacrificeof some : Chicago, and the committee in
    lift lil'R! '.uIIIIJ u-tb love. The : All Occasions. '
    L' :t.1 I "to new departurekifined quantities to convince of I
    kht.l:1'" always offered at the complelion charge of tlio iiri'paratiutttf IB already I
    "' .1" :.-- dttt'[ill'ill>* tO only to make uutttrs worse. its ability to due, to there Is. absolutely I Address Epcambi.i Hotel.
    of liulliliiitf. either public or private deep in !its task :
    it voluntary of
    it.-1 u.' \ wnI. u.mnI Eunice got mixed up betnceu Sanskrit no rik to run. Home of the ,i I I
    -a..ritil'.r..' not only orerrtlat | cited remarkable i the event. One of the latest features Studio Parlors of Frst I
    cures are i
    very : Baptist
    It I t. i I I.slitof and En?lisp for "I love, "You love, I
    J the ('(ompli! t.11 of structures of all and but for the reliable witnesses 'I planned to add interest to the Church.
    i !h
    i ii |pt 1 11 ij treat "He loves, and after week's drilling!
    kinds 'llu fouml.itions t themselves' iw"n' | would hardly be credited. The lame athletic and
    games gymnastic
    'I''n .11-! ... contestsIs ;
    i I. i .1'1 Colonel: became discouraged! broke down and'wept :I -- --
    laid In 1,10.whether the I have thrown away crutches and i
    a museum of athlttic
    \s apparatus
    11 1 1 iliat d""IIII..1I' lIulul'ullr'j- I on the professor's shoulder! liebvmpdthetically walked about after two or three I I Every Woman
    structure was a tastle, bridge, cottage -
    : J chronologically; arranged so as to show
    1 li-r tic'
    MJ'IIhc ItcM'uiiif! put' his arm about her trials: of the remedy. The sick
    01 iii urehi. ( urnrinullv tr.u Ing the sub I| the improvement' in the instruments 1 4 u IitereAtedat4AhoNdinnw
    p .ui 'r ,'\i-ry da>'. Th mlcmcl, ; 1J"lItllt'n'i I and said something, he scarcely knew given up by home doctors, have !! about the I wt >!'.f '!III ,
    jet hack to !.1t time the sac- j of all lines of
    .j! in.MI- InfHliuteO, failnl toi I what, but when he started anew with been restored to their families and shirts. conerc-ss of t1' MARVEL Whirling Sprnr I
    ritncwas offered to the god under, II i iWhose ; the Olympian' committees of nil -I *!11' I I
    i III i,' "iiiortn that as MX liSt the I lesson she could give him the Sanskrit friends in perfect health. Rheumatism countries ,....It UH J ....,..... ItHIt -:4f
    piottttion the building was I stomach heart : will lie held this spring at 15ms- ..... ,
    \ f Mi.iainnl 1"y Mrs ( I neuralgia, ; \ eoI. ( "IITII "r.' 1
    Mr.\k- for "I lu\e. I
    and the English 1 It. .. ......
    .. ,J iiiiirr.v Inr. MrPiuiur plaioi In Chrisiian tunes the 101..1\\j !liver kidney, blood and skin diseases scl!*. and the irnportame uf the meetIng I. I. ,. IA.
    "You love, with astonishing ease. ..
    rite her and bladder troubles disappearas has U. ruNnawkl A. k. y
    was n'Ialn.'tl. but was given amiut ; en increased by the announcement
    r iirutestcU. but the colo0 Having spent three years In one language Ithe.amn'l 6uppty tke
    ,1aIli1kalu' | by magic. Headaches, back- *l *K' t.L,
    In those days it was already made that King arrrpl nu
    > till nI.uiKanil, and got only! so fur as the verb\ other but wild Maori f..Vii. %,
    beved that edifice would aches, nervousness, fever consumption will ) luittiiir.) hunkmfed ... \ IL
    ., Kcnerally no Leopold) preside.' The following U PIV t
    AtlykIiia. ;i> ulicofl I: "to love, Eunice: concluded to gratlu coughs, colds, asthma, lull panii uUrsaml a>m non In- J
    stand laid | have been
    the nun
    cornerstone was appointed a committee .
    .r.l a "ula.ili haxlll! ate. Resides, she was engaged: to mar catarrh, bronchitis and all affections yaluabtelt1l.Alr.M.tttw! ('! .
    oral '. In mortar imved with blood. Usually 1'on finance for the games: Itcujamln Itoom A'o'I'Ilne.w l-liltf., >rw 'on.,.
    n. .ikishuul'I ry Professor Robertson and the faculty of the throat, lungs or any vital or- ,

    i 1111..1., ', i. in .uiu-e- the liloiMlns obtained I I.y sacrificing I In decided that to prolong/ the course gans are ea=ily overcome in a spaceof I i Uosenthal chairman; II N. Iligmbothnm -

    II tin .lttluue.II. : dog, :i pig, a wolf a black! cock or n under the circumstances might injurethe time that is simply marvelou. ex president! of the World's

    .. goat 1111.111111 unfrcMUctitly[ some malefactors | Partial paralysis; locomotor ataxia, I Columbian cx|>oMtion.: Janus H Kck:
    !> 'I'.I i all .iitfr-; good name of the college.! professor '
    .. blimil wa4ln.urtvl out to make i i dropsy, gout, scrofula and piles are els l "X-'oJl1Ilrollo'r of the treasury Orson I.W.HARPER j
    Mif f I' i ut-d dei ; heaved a deep sigh that he must
    I quickly and removed.It !
    .. the c eivnii.iiv' more impressive. II i permanently Smith. Chmnce Buckingham
    WI il'"l'r.J i that I go on in his without the sympathizing the entire blood
    purities system, : Charles L. Hutchiusun
    and Otto
    d"11 in. rably, and eostudeiit. but Eunice delighted I I
    Omni Drplln. i and tii-iie:1: restores normal nervepower i

    II ;p. .j! uu-nt t'a The ocean iiscil to be ccmsideredanmt him bj" say tug! that she would not by circulation and a state of Young.; ,.., KEJSJTUCKYWMISHEY !! ;I I II

    ?'liI "'it limitations ns .Ie''p at its deepest as the I anv ul'-alms give up so interesting a perfect health is produced at once. linnHe poilrd It.

    :I- .' ;.1 t'\t'rJ one lii--Ui; .-.t iiiiiiint.iliis are Uigli It has ; stud,',
    li .'UflltiMlt Uulil! would devote a ceitaiu time with him and equally affected by this great night. j'' 1i 1it
    flow l beet I pi'u'fv1 i to lie half aj. dell "
    "le. to Sanskiit.! "Elixir of Life. Send for the 1: .
    4 agiin-that isK.VI i feet. She-( Hi. a'.v. did you ri-mm fly'
    : remedy lodaIt is free to every ,
    .' ', the c-ulu'ii-l, I liming their engagement the professor lie--}"cs. Why. I could hardly! believeit
    I sullerer.! :-la: what you want to be I'I
    : .JI :litWt'I'l ;gardenN called Upoll her three evenings was -Philadelphia BIII! -tiu.
    Cure Eczema and Itching Humor i| cured of and the sure remedy for it
    > nit tbNII".1 lMtii -.-> Through the Blood-Costs Nothing I in the week the tirst hour of th.- visit: will be sent you free by return mail. ----- I :

    \ ct-mt-rMj ill to Try It.L' |,1 being devoted to the lesson the lest to - --- A NIGHT ALARM.! '
    '! illustrations upon the verb "to U>"-.." TOPICS. : Worse than an alarm of fire at h i
    H. B!. ( R.nanic Wood! P.alm) i i.* TOWN I'i
    1 Imz'tlinil'lIt I '1 ht. stud 1)' was interrupted for a short is the which
    night brassy
    now recoguUeii as certain and sure I' croup :
    tie: 'day," said the time by marriage, but after th -ir return According:; to the N"W York World.\ sounds; like the children's death ,
    cure for Eczema Itching; Skin, Humors by DaEBhsisser Bros.
    insisted '
    tr >m a bridal trip Eunice fui'id owns that city. Cupidity has a ,
    knell and it death unless
    t':" :Scabs, (scales, Watery Hlisters upon its resumption, much to her Iris "I'It:100,1/ hold on Philadelphia. I

    Pimples, Aching ISoues or band'd comfort. Living iu the same Philadelphia Ledger; something; i is done quickly. Foley's W. C. MONROE ;'I

    ...1," Joint, )Koils, I'arbuncles, Prickling !' house, it was not flow 1I1"'Iar.tllat. The ntlieial I lisriires showirg Norton'scons'imptioii Honey :and Tar never faN! to give : :. .,
    : :
    I'aln in the Skirl: Old E:1tiul.rl's.: in-tant relit f and !
    quickly cures the
    timer should\ !study in the evenius. of water to be 117 gallons :
    Ulcers, etc. Botanic Blood Halm :, : worn form of Mrs. 1'. L.Cordier. .
    1 .for' first Ice-lure ai t'ie: < ulle. Ip ATTOUNKY-AT-LAW
    I .1.1 it from these hiI'1 diem capita show how.near ,1
    taken internally, cure? the wor and/ )It'r I'r ff Mannington, Ky.. 1 I
    write"My -" :
    h IH-MI 11 ill ; .:" us: Mil ;given till 11 o'c! >'k, so I
    t .% ;: mci-t caeby enriching. we are akin to \vastefulnesv and I
    ep--etted three year old girl had a -everi i i ti I'isiJKii P.I'i1.iiyG. :
    "nil ,.. el them' i'\fii purify ing and vitalizing the blood, tb.t .11 luomai g from ;> tot 1" fiey! Incidentally!! to j'utllil1t'ss.-I'I stun IIr- ca-e of croup ; the doctor .aid ,,!. .1' ----- ..- : '

    to the .kin. H-itatiic Blood Ililm tu ". li.Ii they were devotii.g: ; tie fourth .\ plan for improving Washington Honey and Tar. the fIr-i F. M. WILLIAMS : I'I

    I ..i lie ..J liiuuh from I.. time only cure, to stiy cured, for veal mid of Mach: Eunice U !id :,'arrll,! which does not contemplate the utter dose have; quick i relief and ,s"ive.1 I :..prlif I

    ,ii I > Tlu-n :Mark: three awful, annoying skin trouble. lilt! 't- i.mre than the t .'rb 'to love" annihilation of nine-tenths of the present -." IMii-e "ubtituteV.; A. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER .:
    but H.P 1, j
    Other remedies relieve D Alemitberte.1315. Palafox.Pynynalamm .
    may .
    thm. i hen came a little! I ;. II. actu.illy cures, heals every buildings on Pennsylvania avenue I i
    '!'.' uVvo'.o'i to :Mrs Estimates Promptly Furnished t
    P.. said "She'sprop : -ore, and gives the rich glow of ; rum]'t < rare .is not UlIH:1Iif ft plan.-Detroit lYe I Stops HiTickling, t !

    sty: ," health to the skill 15. B. It. builds up I HoiH-rlMiii: iKvtoied that so soon as thechild's Press. [ and Quick': aiii d uumawrc Iu M* -*uoat.VATIT Kuilchntfs of All Kinds !; 11! I Ili !
    habits were properly! formedslit' _
    1..UII.1' extlanuit th* broken-down bldand inake- --- - .

    : ,,;: the\ and uouri"kin;. Over would! ri'jOiu her hu,i>:.tid at h- Favorite Nearly Everywhere. of House Fur- MODERN :

    it colonel.. said the :{!ks. \rt.t'ks"ht u}'. and vet "hem Constipation means dulne**, df- llUH Stock DENTISTRYAT

    Muxiftcil 1 a iiipir, llotanic Blood! lam! ( B. B. B. ) :n.e no move to leturn. The prof"'*. pre'''- on. headache gprerally; disordered inshings and II L 1

    "d 1 natured rev t'ngeimputalious Druggists: *!1. Trial treatment free ,i or waited patiently l><-la-\'1114: lint health. De" Jtt'iI Little Decorations in great sanely I "

    amid prepaid by writing Blood Balm ,, some impediment still existed whirls Early Riser stimulate the liver MODERATE PRICES. I
    uponi and at lowest
    ,!i luu eniredvv. Co., Atiant: Ua. Describe trouble, In till 10 wuIoIIlj:1l'l't'ar. but the hour open"the bowels; and( relieve this prices at : .. !

    , .,,' mid were it Hot and free d.DON'T. medical advice Liven until flom !t'to 1" was .apifinely slow: lie, Cl"dition.afe t and thorough. arston $ Quina's- Call M Haye Taw Teeth Eiamiiei "
    curt They never jripe.' Favorite pill*.
    i ,ist some of !UN eniuJiiasin as a
    1.\1\ would be oulj"V !
    Hargis'i Pharmacy. John Sheppard and get an estimate of the .Ii 1
    : 'OII." TOUACCOSPIT one ul 'rttug. hearing; sjuwls\ cost : i'

    i > 'd me by permit I and f M' O KEVourLifeaway in his wife's "bedroom al>ove. he went :idnev! Kahn.-- -- of your work, I I :. ,

    '., M, r ports... up !stairsto_ discover what was keeping :M111H'li.IItY. DR. BOULTER ; .I 1
    VOH can t* cured of ant form l>llvbolSco: iisiniirailv of her l I.-s" ''I' I II II If
    fur the r"I'"rl". un \r mal well! sIr",,!:. magnrfic.full ofnrw h"T from a resumption The undersigned take* this method S.1'alafoxOppo.ite O.iivrnt ; I

    life and \igar l>y taking HO-TO-BAC, son ListeniK; at the door be heard aI of offering her service as a I :

    1 off with a Iobillin; that ten pound makes in weal Irn meu days strong over.5OOOOO Many gain I spl.ivhin! and an infantile voice flrit-cla s licensed midwife hav- '

    I cured. All dructii_ts. Cure gnaramrrti Ib 'k- "1 t'l'J'Iu t'uu-gl lum-a.j; .jo:" jug had 35 years; experience. .1

    tit Maud advice l-KKH;, Adilre's STJo'IU.I\G Then :Mrs Kobertson: Can give bet of references from i I'
    1 but the widow kli51EDY: CO. Lbuaeo: or NeorL.; 0431 f
    down ; of this city. WING HOP GO. i : .li' :
    .. U I the first user .Now put its 'Ittle footsy tootsy leading physicians r & \

    : he realized how 4 How .t,, l our kldney. in the water and splash with its 'ittle MRS. :M. OiPDESf, l1k '
    rfr Hot>I>s'"paraitu, r.. :Scum1 li Sam. jltf 114 :South DeVillifrs Ht.
    d I I l'e(>n taken In heI {>l" free Ado sternuSRrwrdl'ul'bu'aaluC7>l I tuners. }
    --- ----- --
    I with'S. Professor Robertson sighed. He had lemosus.U Corns Eunioni mod Warn, -I mporttrs and Dealer In- I, ; >, I Ij .
    discovered theta new' language had sup, alnain4 from the >ortb..mnnd iihout pain,speed lad j'a ( j I
    is tiil Mime tune Thos. C. Watson & Co. Vt. pera n nUy :
    ... pUmeuted Sanskrit: Ueturnms to his !we m 1')nj-Ba-am.! the cetAin cure for concha.; / braagrNetl A.raery Chinese and Japansso .
    '" .111 to his llh'lb. leading Real EstateAgeuts, take nWr Lwu (:ua1 ta>ZL E tI i
    v '.en he lil lit- lie the lonely study, he c-ndeavoretl to !Jc.vmeInh'J't.1t'1l fromthecheaprt N 53101.1Y ,I, ,
    otl the shoulders of the % I ; I
    all the worry in his hooks but was surprised 11 GFUUIi( Fancy Goods, //It" f '
    .1 but idow
    s one 1 i '
    owners: of property, manage the J est to the very
    he could nothing on
    that see !
    .i. enter lu is fani- renting! of their houses and the collection FINE CHI!l A, TEAS, i.

    '" All the rest werereatures of their rent as conscientiously them but- finest furniture Marston i If"

    t' as they would themselves. "] 'IT-abou. lum 8g00!"' Quina's.. 31 Souih Palafox :t. ? tI t. '.

    I i !1'0f11SWODC, Their charges: are very reasonable. I ll OLIVE 1'E:\NEWELL I i I Laundry OJEue. Pensacola, Fla..r i VI

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    :.II EVENTS said that when the house had been .FEET,.. FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.QUTTRTETTE...- "The Cup that Cheers'-- ---==

    SOCIETY placed on the high standard anticipated -- ,

    he would be in a position to but not inebriates," f, a line
    I writtea'
    hold ont offers for these tourists.
    "Tbe way to be successful in a originally to apply to tea ; but tho

    AND PERSONALS hotel," be said, "is to make business expression: adapts itself a* will tn

    while you have business. Duringmy Coffee-If of the bf'ttl'rradl'/. ;-- ,

    I', short stay here I have seen only kind we handle. We'll
    : ''I' people of good circumstances: come be Li .
    I' I = here for the purpose of spending to have you (rive us a trill .'j, .

    poiton, weeks at a time, but w uld leave with a good elction of our Kt. -y

    ll S CO."I within very few days! on accountof OF and Staple Groceries Price t .IT
    h a total lack of acceptable ac- i anteed at '

    I, Mr. and Mrs. Jenka. and son of commodation. When tourists come I

    "I Chicago; aft 'r spending home time to a place they come solely for II

    at the'n1Ptra home. l f l yesterday I pleasure, and not for torture ; and L1 LVES I l Pat f Mckgh's>>

    \ I for their home., I unless they can be accommodated I, I ,

    Miss Ether Landjum and little i the same way as if they were at 1 1I
    brother Eugene, lefr this morning { their comfortable homes they will ;i I that will make you wonder how we can sell I Phone Kt.:

    on the excursion train for DePuniak give the place a bad name among Corner Palafoxanl tmanatrp: :, :.
    .. .' ;Spring ,their friends. We will seek to pre- SHOES at such extremely LOW PRICES. If
    this accommodations I
    vent by offering .

    j Ii I H>.-tiding several weeks here, left on section at least." S perfect truss that holds th l ,all at

    tl' the noon train tod.iy for their re1 1 Mr. Joslyn has been in the hotel purchaser, ere 'tis too late. I 11 quickly the In\'I.-'i k ",,,t 'III.;'
    nch Mtale. He don't ask want money-it1 free. Hi ,
    I' expect i ,, '110' N'. .
    L' fctive home for and t
    -;> I IHon. business the past: 15 years brook Maine.

    I" ; John K. Beard left this possesses considerable experience in
    that line but he does not know
    t says :|I
    nurtling on tour of the new Third >
    it all for he learns things I' $3.00 $1.60
    ; cotiirre- ioml District iu the interest ,
    t. 'daily. He has had charge succea- i I
    : .f his O" OO o
    t ) t < candidacy. ',jively of large houses at Hot LADIES''elts, Lace or MISSES' Lace or Button nI.

    i; :"'tC. Vnodwtti, Miss Maxin: Ell '' Springs, Ark., and various parts of .j Button for Patent Tip, for 1 I. o

    I, I Imtt and their talented e'JIlIIMuy'II' Wisconsin, his native state.: He Advance Showing of
    Mt at 7:1 this morning in thei| seems to have great confidence in $2.25 $1.15. : 0

    i I II' pntatecar "lliva" for Mobile. Ii \ his new venture. I 1 ': *

    } Mt-s :Miuuie Wood wits iiuMugthe I The the many friends will learn of the with gentlemanin much : ]Wash fabrics and Dress Goods 4
    large number, of pasuuger" who left
    I tliatIr. 15. who -
    for Ht') l FUll .lk thii tnnming. She pleasure Bayuor, #
    If L has presided at the register for some For the Spring SeasonO
    will rent:+in some time with her $3.50 $1.50
    has been engaged bylr..
    j friend, Mi-I i Lillie Krvin.MIS years, o-I2 Vo
    ": Joslyn and will continue to meet his MEN'S Velours and Patent ROYS' Lace Vici Kid 0
    Mabel .;ton. a pretty young friends':1 with that same old smile.I

    I la,Jy from St'I-ou\'iU6. Ky., arrived 1I I' He will have general control of the I Ibusiness. Leathers for for g THE BIG STORED

    I I 1 on the belated train yesterday afternoon $2.95 $1.20
    : 'tt and will spend some time with ,- -

    i f YI,! her uncle, Mr. Ji. K.; I.. llre"an.Mr Driving Out the Kneniy. <>

    ii I : *. Jennie Sledge I'htllipsof Laf!j These are the days of colds, sharp J\"o Metropolitan Store in the South can shoic <>
    t : j ('range; Ga., who has been viiitingj![ and sudden attacking throat and -- More Complete Line of WASH FABRICS 0

    MI-.S Miriam Choate, left this morning lungs;, and leading to consequences
    I I I I to visit her sister at the latter's I| Ole does not like to think about. MEYER SHOE than are to be seen her <)
    : wit t.-r home at the 1).iadl.akesin Avoid further exposure and tight CO.

    j I' \! South FhriJa.I I I the enemy of health and comfort 1 i:I J All the Latest Weaves in Sheer Woolen Fabric, $

    '< with Perry Davis' Painkiller the Y Waist Fabrics Waist
    Senator Fred T. Myar from Talla- iIreet] Silks

    ') '. S huHee arrived here early yesterday i,i family conquers stand-by a cold in for a sixty day. .,'ears.See that It :|I I! Furnishers for Cash Only, l 102 South Pal rOI street. j | and Grenadines. <>

    morning and is the ae..t of Hon.
    1 ,! you get the right article. There is 1)I
    W. A. Klount. Senator i is '
    Myers onef
    t I but one Painkiller, Perry Davis'. : NOTES OFNOTABLES.I o
    , I > the mos-t widely known men, poi i SfEO/4L NOTICES OUR SPECIAL
    i -- ----- OFFERINGS
    lineally in the state. I ILi :
    t. I! Cleaning ladies skirts and waistsis The president works hard but does
    ; .1 ;t unday Captain McCrea and one of our specialties. Star Laun- I I i 3fi-inch Sea Island Percale, Lights and Dark at . Ilk\ yard A
    show lIe takes exercise.Charles .
    I. : Lieut. Mcl.nice of the U. r H. H. >; dry. not r daily OfE Ctfij JWOID. 36-inch Ceylon Madras Short Legths for Waists . .1212c' yard X

    Marina*. captain and aide of the': I.. Ilutchlnson the million Toile DeNord and A :F. C. Ginghams ... . . . Me yard VHilk
    .. ..
    Austrian crui.-er Szigetvar, Russian n \SK IUKKCTOKSI aire banker of Chicago, has been a .. - -"-"'" Spot Zephyr :a\c yard A

    Vice Cou-ulai Fannin Chipley and !I I church worker and a Sunday school superintendent : LOS').'. 33-inch Wool Albatross all !!. .\.. yard T
    1 lj' t Collector Will TAKE AN Ol'TINGI
    t Allen
    Deputy A. for the twentyfouryears.
    i Skirt for
    85.00 !
    : were entertained by Commander I L08T, Friday night, between Uuilleraard $3.98 this \Veek.EXTRAS TA
    I i Silver; l', 8. N., aboard the U. S. H. number of directors: of the Amer- aud the opera house, gold broochset ----- < >
    Mrs. David R. of Flnchvllle ,pearls and opal. Kinder will
    : t Mangrove. The same party were i)lean National Rank, taking advantage Stamp reward by delivery to bcott M. Lottin. receive -

    1"4 f i J al-o entertained aboard the Machias. of the holiday observed in cele- I N. Y., who celebrated her one hundred II1, EabIGovernmrnletrePL r::''tlbliONL'Y :
    I I IHon. and eighth! birthday recently lived at ()
    I Station of
    1I Washington's: Birthday, 50 Steel Rod
    t A
    1'U LENI).
    f-t I '. I. T. J. Appleyard, secretary I't left this afternoon for ISrewton, Ala., Flshklll when Robert Fulton's steam -- _. ----_ . ... I 75 Steel Rod Parasols, Fancy Handles .. . . . . ;\iSll.!f. X
    boat made
    Us first
    of trip.
    the Florid
    Press ;,
    : Association, ar- : where they will be the guests of S. j MONEY LOAN-On household fnrni- 1P tint yards Hllk Chiffon Humln Block and Colors . .fl.Wd.j 1>
    oJ'I rived from the last sod cows and i I
    I east night Frank Mulock of Berlin Wis., has all kinds of per b 'M< Sun Bon net<;
    J. Foshee 4 i ,
    vice of tu .V M
    the koual
    president property. Terms i c ear
    P "'J" met at the depot by Capt. C. B.t j I offered the Milwaukee committee who easyitrtcte8: Men's Pure "
    bank.: secrecy guaranteed. Apply to A. A. Fisher JS 3,000 Linen -I-ply Collars in all t-tyles. ,ceat" YV
    t 1'arkhill chairman of the committee In addition to looking over thepropE'rt will erect n monument to KohdusLo llil'i!. south falafox. street.11ONE1'Tu The !-wlIe8t Line of Ladies' Oxfords and to\tr:4p Slippers V
    'r 1 from the Y. -
    M. It. L. named
    ;>! controlled by the bank 1 the granite laft.r the statue, which LENDon-improved reares- & ever hown in the Citnow on $,41f'
    ,,,I receive and entertain the editors or small amounts at torateof I \ Exclusive Ace.its for the following Celebrated Lines
    when ;;stockholders the gentlemen will be i he will quarry from his farm. of Shoes :
    they arrive next month. Mr. Interest. Call on Leslie Jo:. Brooks, 'I iUEEN DUALITY FOR
    the guests at dinner this afternoon Mirza S. K. the Persianstu attorney at law Falafox WOMEN !
    llf'-i Bt.,
    : Appleyard: went at once to Hotel wl"t'Ja. Isber I
    j A 1'ACKAKI K() rt MEN
    1 and will A
    LI l K ciiiibia will possibly prolong; their stay dent "ho is in mttU- building. Swim
    t 11 and today seek' to taking a course X V
    until tomorrow evening.Among MEN: !
    .i i c,n-ummate all liminary ar- ,! those who left I I cine at a college in Indianapolis Is annppllcaut MOSEY TO-DAY-Do you need money ;: W I5ENLY STEVENS! FOR ROVS'! <>
    t t.. t I rlnIII"nt:. for the reception of the i 1 today were I for the position of consulgeneral borrow any amount you want MKKHIAM FOR MLSSKrf;
    : ;
    Messrs. i AM CHILDKKN)
    W. C. 9'Is'eal, president ;; M. to-day on easiest terms and lowest rates : : <
    men K. Clark as-i-tant cashier ; and'johnKagan ;, to the United States from Per- anywhere obtainable improved city real 2.001Jpairs( : Boys' Crack-a-Jark Pants, 4 to ID, . . .&* a pair }!
    .1"" ;1 ; :KO I I Adolph Ureenhut and I fcia. fox estate street.-from Wm. .Fisher wS South Pala I 0A all sizes one price. \r

    \\\iLC\\ VK'U'I''henry lUars the latter being a S. C. Dalrymple of Alexandria, Ind., In-tf- New Line of Men's Troupers from .. . . . fI| v> tii ,:. inI'

    1 guest of the pail> I is the ya.gsev"'.r or the most estensivei IK YOU WANT TO BOKKOW MONKY I I ,,. lJlI) pair Ladies' Fine Don oli "Shops, our rpgulir fIr,!} r"lttltl for ,
    -- --- money insure your proper procure W f l..Iu per pair, ; every pair" warranted to give satisfactionI
    I I' 'f and unique collection of pipes in that abstracts of title buy or sell rea! es
    ; I pay the printers to tell you about i tate, rent property of description, have O .
    f h HOTEl O KSCAMBlA'li i the big bargains iu furniture. If i:I state. Several are hundreds of years rents collected or your taxes attended to, ;:
    i, < >
    : you miss ttiem it is your fault, not old and ba\e curious and tragic histo- call Real on lsstateand or address Insurance Thou. C. Watson A Co. ;

    min. Yours truly, O. M. Pryor, 20 ries. cola. F Is. Charges moderate.agents To everyone I'enaa- I JUtlliain' Iolit0ou '

    'I and 22 West Government -street.- i i It was particularly noticed at the re- who bUYB which a to lot build from a us house.we will lend nonewith td-tf ( ( ( | ( n h Olt.( s

    CI'Ut'w Inxland dinner in Philadelphia !
    l i Hotel c.uubia will b" converted i''I'I.omu.OCI'I: \' S. .\, U. I, *
    that the s-pt/ech of Chinese Minis- L
    , into one of the ni'ist up-to-data hostelries I ___ lu-liu-:. ..CMim<>o.
    'f \ ANNUAL Mr.P.riNG terVu easily outshone all the others ... $ .Oe OO 6660 OC
    in the South, if present plans | f
    i ('o far as good English;: was conccrnol.Amonjj H ,ILL Investment made through u a'
    ,',- 1 The Florida Society, Sons of the I 1.\ will .
    count for !anything.This the or3t.rlit the evening pay you. each weekly Income
    information w ,s obtained '!II'j' American Revolution, held its; an- Justice ltrP" er, Mr. Hamlin, Mr.: Hill! greatere\ery on the same week amount than a whole in bank.y'ear's Will Interest put'Jn'It'1

    1 I nual meeting today at 1- o'clock at i i commence to earn this at once and continues IAHITIMK.Tranoarllon.
    .L'i t'u-i morning{ (from a g ntleHian in a I und Mr. C\ld.ran.
    todo LKdllOKNH
    I so urtil you withdraw your mon COMB KKOWX I
    ;J I : .oitioll tu know whereof he wa'raking '; I j the olHce of 1'reridentJuo.C- Avery, Uev. Iir. Charles Nichols.vhn: achieved ey. No Rambling scheme or speculation SINGLK ively. Stock and Eggs fir nitlf. .
    but by means of a legitimate licensed bu,l- at Willis Jla'dwart'l'O's. IVttt
    during; the course of :a con- with all of the oillcers and a quorum notoriety by publishing n list! of ness Address Jo;. J. Arnold! It Co Pth and ( at (fan custom '. ,

    r crrhlltinn. The amount to IH expended present The minutes of the lift wh m lie regarded! as the elite of society Pine streets, "t.lonI5. Mo. It* I'tT-Olltll. !,.''p 11I.11I".11..11>170..1 b.. r.'", ,, t, :

    I ; in nicking th'j liou-t* into, annual meeting having been read ', in the rni"tlIt's.!: has been PHOTO-NEUATIVK K ECO KIM. shows ', ( -
    I I ItMIiWrak Men: our Imllro'd'IU'
    and the of the ovirnhclniiil! offers from lyccuni i. Locution and FuUllala ol SiiNetjaUvei.Hook ( ) F11'01iTII.
    I one of the mo;t attractv! homes for approved reports secretary uum Iit-velopcr guaranteed!: I'b..lIlI..t ;
    !bureau* and lecturing ociitiuiis!! to iocents. CampiePsgt.t htainp. I 1'\. T.MIIIHllonll. l...,luo i-srth for sexual neakiif-s. ,. rlct- For February to data t
    ::. h !I tauri-ts will possibly A resjite flu,- and treasurer were read. The define! his views; <>f what American society .. HOT HII, Newark, N.J. It* ore. loa'.... ,vancocele ..niafl(.-, kliruuktnI -

    and tbe former showed tint during the I lorl\u". I'urtioular kealed. The WOrtd'euret'o..t'enver.tot : ,
    ; ;; (KHi, iulprnveIn' tit; will be year : should Kt. AKKIVIIfyit >
    1 eon> 1'It iti :\1'. ( j7.unwlwI
    : .' fouimenccd in a tiort tune, it Is i i-; one new member had b"'malmittt'J. ...________.. .. .___.,... ___..._____'h__. Nor ..1-1"00"' : Cbriotriiwd. m i.
    l I'r. Chnrlei U. IIciultTson. president to butt Traa
    .s one reinstated and three deatli-\\ I,'illt RF.\ TA.ry desirable store on 1 .\1,11"11 !'-.mill ric-..
    II. Higelow, Titrpon( Springs ; A. L. of IIIltl"lIal l 1'u,nn issiK'liiti and J Mouth I'alafox street now occupied by -. -
    Mr. Jo-lyn, who will take charge Avery, Pi' Dr. C. \\". I'pifesMir of sl.cidoy in I ale 1u'rsity Ilembergttielnlar, In ely foroccupancy E;.1 t ritEI for IJ 1'11'1\111. "" 11.111'
    Cot >autaiiU
    l I.y March I. Apply to fibber heal Estate a medicine. A "1'dhCU.r "rtiio t jtirroi
    i of the Jii.n-e week from lU'.lard: Brahlt'ntown-l'-a\'ill the of ('llil'.III. has just rctunuHl after seven ... ) hr bit HtraiiKrr, l.ieliki ,
    one ttidjiy,, Agency, :i-l'1 >utti I'alafox r.,1. f'JotfI 1 6ouiniI CI r. d. Itli, "crfalls, iiiiiiranteed. l' v
    I conMrir.ed the irfnnnitiin: whena : present m mher-hip 31. The latter months sjH'iit in Cerinany studriu.: -. ....World's ure Co.. l,en\er. l'ol..radu.

    ; i -ked about tl'mattM. .. I'he nature t I-howed a balance in the treaurof. I' jails and 1.I'i-o"n conditions c auiinini i ;: I UKNIMIiEU veniences. NO.ieornrrWright ROOMS, with modern (con and 1 ll:sa.xax'IlAIIt.OU' me: .s IIIPYl. ,! (
    Wfi.l'' nf the improvements;," silt he. tod.ty. 'tin 61 havlen = = =--I
    : i cells and eating I ;: the broun bread and streets. dlltfM !
    will be thtt of liirni-hit, The committee recently appointed --- -. I ...
    I :I -' \
    s! up( <'f the prisoiKTs.John r ( M.H IN I'-.ltl I
    1 ste'am: he tin;' apparatus throughout !by the board" of matuirer-: ; w run-ider 1-0 It ..\' I I :. 184.: H\R\H it"-IIl) K-Manofacturer I II.5aIII'e'I' -
    i I Clews, brother of Henry ('Iews.the _, I anddraleranhair iooiU, Hatb.Toiielrticles. AlifM. ISM. |.. .
    the 'Mrtaa '
    the him-- ; "f pi a-imj biths, toilets! m acct of an banquet reported \ II
    airnietc.,3A' Government 'a <'oInitrli
    l I I nnJ of ri ;papering and piintiiir the recommending that: the same; : bunker 1-1:11111",1 a enter fire cent 1|1 Purchaser HOR-FOI'1'FlTf'rsatechrsp.make enough in three h..I.II'.I.un. \ n ',. -

    Illteri'ir. I'lielei-el I have priret;/ -ed tin held April sins the anniversary of I.i..rr f..rty.MX years n::::" with the months to pay for outnt. Address H.. care'' n.-"lil.M-bri.l... ,I. r .

    ext"tid-i until !February: I. of next the tir-t inauguration. of PresidentWahiiiirton. inline; and birth date of his 1.4,ti. John I HAILT New. ilf' lwH'OKhI.K lir..t.'I: V t.t-r('o "rion lit 1>,, full i.. lim .

    yrar, and it- a\tuU.illlll "Jepe-n,!- The committee was i idich < 'lew'*. Jr.. and at owe di-ixwd thecoin. NARk

    I greatly upon what tiM! OW uC r of the on re- :nediimn.-- \ an draught. horse.f IWwI Apply' ila.'Ioll'tt": .MoieuoS2l West It Aldnr |1'>|;. Kerreto, tu r. nber .
    liotfl) wit .1. in tl.e meantime)." con-i-tnu i>f Me-r-. II. M. lirgurynhnna5.5i Co
    'I "ei\cd ehaniri':" after iiiakin? a purchase I IIy. xxllni It Itianrlielto. tut. MurtoiH ,
    tit Ii \ I.t-\: desirable of proper1 I.
    s .l rkedb"ut the i.r""I".t.( of ;1 I I he found the siamped coin was a partof large lot and SIV-MOIII house ont
    I it canner for Pt Ilda'nll some of the C!..)ate was appointed to arrange for 'base street. Ka: .v terms. IorLlrthcrtn- <: irrKLOWKIM I-J O \\' I: IC.... I It liai.u-in. Kevello. ')0. I llu: .,,. ,
    i wealthy toiin-t tray-!, MOW gdilhtn a banquet complimentary to the it. formation+ apply at N'DWS otk-e or to 1'. ""'- -- sawn II.
    lilT : and Moral 1..11/01- Nor '-'".II '.,, ,
    l t I! the 'a-'l ro.i-t atmuilly, Mr. J ,',lyn newly organized- chapter of the When Lord Curzon, time viceroy of Mol'M y.'iVestl'hael.trrrt. ,ilTtf1"OI5 ( Kperlal. designs ordered for customer H> fin : H'.r. ii- It*

    l D Milliters Americin Hevolulution Indic, tnui'ls( he is usually accompanied 'i.\ 1.1--\: flo" rrstdencaand tore Mis Vlolette \Moreno 3'3 West Oreifory.fllV 111 arata I,. .7t.: Utxratt in It'-.
    on the :ftith of April, or -uchother LI.ICur71111 nod 1-) attend 1 (. tocethvr or separate.. of nhnn.\'Io. ',''"mot. I II CorouH, IIbjto.I. r
    1'ICF.-..1Il t\I 1 illu\1.. by houses Nor l'uvre. ; .
    the be-t built In the city: nio'lni \11I. Lari I. W t
    date as the committee mir'htelect. ants. Great precautions are taken to I inlproventvnta,112. HI and II'; ....,l U' nifhtstrett. !'- .. .. .. 1C'.I''h.I.. ('o
    Ou motion an :appropriation I depot excellent( It Florida Inn Ivil
    near : an boarding rmo I".I'n I
    r A' I'll.NI lilt' S.-ll.N Oil. .\I",,::. of $;g 0 wa-s made towards the ban insure his safety and everything is I hou-e site, a tine-home or a ",f... goal in \\ KIT an..Mo"llI"n you can II In... ...11..., IIM, Hnrli.lolto I' .
    lone for his comfort. In southern Punjab "I'.tnIt'DI.pply to Pat McilH.7| '. \* _, tuMsl L I '
    "1 (."111<1.4 L'od :at ll-t that I could quet.Tl : street. nlJlf make. It almost an good a. Dew. ApplvtoCosigruve'n It 1..ln.. \401\1. HaintHiliim. to k.-...
    work on and would keep ate e ;society ;).roceeded to the election the railroad line Is watered to lay foundry Him ;>"r ylaeca. MU.. Klllef-wo. to ant.Itu .

    I fr.--h mid r-tron... I haze linen a of otticcrwith the following the dust. .\this destination he is receied 1 'Ol: !*.\ ":-Tne moot desirable lot In'ue Nord o, "il. I.undlerg I.. .. -
    city on easy terms by the Hither It IVn-ncola, Y+_. Miiiioui-tt, ..
    school teicher fur eleven ., and result : Pre-ident, Hon. Jno. C with extraordinary ceremony. II 1'
    ymr- '
    Estate Agency 2\)> South falafoistreet. The finest line of eterlin silver; to
    f t.\t.ry y ar toward thin last h'ive felt Avery : vice pre-iJent. Hon. A. l'. i I"almAu joocl; and silver\ novelties i* to bo Hr Veronica. I.'". Shaw I...* -
    1! laore <>r lc4 worn out .ithl have P.I.mnt Jr. ; -t'cretary.Ir.: \\'. O. H. Andrew tlark was accustomed to I found at J. I. :StephenTrices, M mum: HK

    I t i : been li'itlii-rfd' particulirly with my :ShpjMrJ Mr..lrthnr.l.( ; re' i trar and tre-u-urei define old a.:e as the period of life at 'lil--.- -'\'-tllllcfl.rnriraleil ....... please, all. to Am\III H Harry"ttl>-Mokter.C' hoer.W T..'oaria|K..I. |
    n FIon11(11 x141f 1 rims. c'nstip ttMii.L Brown-all re-elected ; I Merntt A < oI'.r
    a I ,-t year I u-.-d (sops :Nut reiularly "'IIt..1..f manager', :\It'-'-r". 11 M. which a man no longer adjusted hiiunlf Q- "tN rs w hTAMMKK hook proposition.Ne w ork.. Mlrapiil The most reliable preparation for ll1 S, I"'... Ouutd to Jin' \

    ( a I .I: b 'tti inorniuu' .tlll eveninenietiU Cary, B. Ttini-on and Chas. .\. to his t'lJiron UJt'ut. 'ellerLiberal t-rmi. ( Kir guaran- kidney troubles nn the market is I Co

    i I an 1 tie! result was reillywonderful. Clio;.ite : delegates to the National I tent F'Ol'NTAI1'KN f-pecialty. IJBscripttve -- "'oIH'' IidnpCurl'. \V. A. D'Al-
    Ia-h mailetl (Colton "Dinan' it uPCLLeAREIANDtlA1L6 h''r.r
    I "l! I have bean entirely Society, the president and vice prp"idt'ntpx ,- There is no beautifier of complexion; ('o..tlibll&lItd I'.'), 15 Warren M.: New' embertel'1l H: Palafox. [ 'r

    14 j cured! of the trmlhle'p'Ikeu[ of. and otllcio! -and Major H. M or form or behavior like the wish to York. IITEA'fllarll HMOL.AAnieland

    1 1 don't klOw'll.It it is tll t ,k\ dose Ciry : 'ilternateMe-.r-. 15. C. Tu- to.'atu'r joy &ii not pain around j uu. Latest I t Stles o[ Fall and liutrb. sld I'urt .I'!
    more. The old nerNo % ntnmi1'; H. Milton and Peter O. '\".\ TJ'U. airimlu.. Kr, loll, at Tvn->. .
    of phv-ic anv : '
    + ; Knight __ ._ _h___ __ ______ Winter fur' Inc'orla. Mean '1'111 u. iesta i\ ',
    1 011.11te-all'l (' '- IIt'oI h..v.. gone. If ,
    i you want a nice present to /give i 1.rt'aii-r.' 'hll"'lburn ..1.
    more ,1.11 lie awake ni,:ht; until A motion wa carried expre";? to a friend go and look through the i l'L'EATIIER for old BKI leather 1 WANl'KIHtt bedalo buy pricepall old nilure, for parlor, bedroom \ If-r. sl'l ..... |-..lnm, III'| <

    T 1' r my tTai' I; in i hirl. Now I "l"ep the en-e of the meeting that all elegant line of suitable articles an i i mahogany furniture, etc. J. L. Isaacs; ','t! or sitting room at Maraton \i Wlnlfro-d. Alii. ,Id New turn I-
    I all ni ht Ion: like a healthy child. members should, at all time-, wPlrthl' J. I.t F.: tiOMTniiient Greet .'".' ::11I' i HIIIFH
    Stephens, surely can find .
    Nieolo .
    -- \"IUU" It. std Inuit
    C I 1 was the only teieh-r out of four- nflcial button of the 'Society, something to please 'ou. If you ,j % % \SrtI'-fbe peoplM to .ee wl/at a j- Quina's.CASTORIA. ; \ alb, )<', I 11. at II amburllII -
    : l t. en lo our 1'ut'hcshoal! l, wno did and tl.e meeting then adjourned. want anything in the Diamond line 1\, nice sewing machine I c.n. sell for j ,""
    mi a s >t a be s-ure to see him before you buy. Alt !ior.-- at Algoa B>J l,
    '; ( i.. 4* during the l.i-t s..s-i,>n. 1 have I Arizona. Nor l.X sid >tr-'"< >
    i I' h HJ able to do more bard -:ud"IU.! I'lrnil-t lunurunrr.Jtid.o !Ii I irANTEll-All Hindi of empty beer I, Anna, ji-r.. ,Id It stet Jar I
    1 > V Albion Hu- at 1..1 i J..II'
    bOttlei. M. A. KUllDMAS. tI
    than ever before, and to. L up the -How did jou come tget I Weak and nervous .-. -- _-nov--- For Infants and Children. I I Anna H. It, r.I.I. a: T-i.-r.''.. N \
    teacherft.ite r.-aJin work completed trunk OSTETTER people I i Annil-al Nor. tld henna !U. ">
    1 1 and sed should try af-w !i l""-niili- HelpV'juit -II. The Atl ul.c S..r. Arendvli-l'. .
    a sue- Kind
    the cotir-e p lii'fendant-Kaith. yer Lonor. ()i'm 1' CELEBRATES du-rsut Ihe Bit **-**-** _-j-u-rTi---- -- x ." You Have Always Bought\ rarlp''l.! SOIr .1. AU-... Las! lit,
    exaunuation ;at the last in ,. I I' ." .
    not to blame oi d-dn't know \\ bat ter It will : AT.IE'5wanted to work on sofa pillows : It .:, lit \t..r.'oI. ,ma
    t P stitute.tJrape. Oi doin'. w strengthen t be i I Materials furnished. rtteaJv, : work guaranteed Bears theSignature I''nrrag. Nor kid nrltalu,
    was ,
    has nerves rector e" fid Tail> Kn lam.l i
    Nut in c"+e proved: w *
    ? my experience unnecessary ( ead .
    I : vigor to the en j Maria. I It sid )'RI..rll. I he, r
    '' "You didn't? How was that? r OfIOURhTs '
    of the assertion! that: it i is a Jle-
    the truth -- tire Magdaena. ,
    and !
    / system workiup.IJreiCo.I.blcago :'our. .1! .
    .I briiu and nerve builder. 1 wouldespecially Well, je !'l'e.ur.. Oi was un.l.'r th' ? cureIndigestion I ..t. Nor -1 Il Plume !I..., -
    1 .1 recommend it for tired, influence of liquor whin Oi slitarted." T i \ I rid I ,'a p<- I I'', .
    I t I \IAL1; IICI l" WANTJ: .\Tn: TIIS "I1V? Mount It, H4! I.--'h: Jai
    worked school teachers, or any
    i lleerages. j
    over L'mbertol.
    l I I I U sid! lurum Jan I
    ; i otber br\: worker.." Name (given __ F + Dyspepsia .. I -, II ..><>IKII.
    "ll ANTED-ltesponsibleManager to take The Tourists: Club of Pensacola
    j' bv 1'o-tum Co., Battle Craek Mich. Pu'.rn'lnl 1'11'1.1" Liver and > > charge of distributing depot and office '| will meet at 16 Eat Romana Lyman M Law AID, tld Port].,. l ti
    I 'it i is far wNer to build up beiltb Grate horseradish mixed with pickle + Kidneya to be opened In Pensacola to further Oust m street 11i
    strength naturally with fo< d ness Interests of old established manufacturing at 7.TO; o'clock Saturday night
    and 'will prevent mold forminc. Troubles and flii Scott M. vdeTOn
    kind 01 or concern.ary : per month and :, Loftin Esq. will deliver
    crutch along on some
    than to horseradish leaves laid extra profits. Applicant must furnish ) stet &:;JI3Jp
    and let the disease finally on the top will I : an address: and a musical! prozram Beare the
    references and
    medicine ITTERS good ave iirl cash. Address ,
    do Its work. l j I answer the same purpose I I and A&Faye& I F& Manager I.U. Bux lei, Pbiradelpbla Woawiw [its will invited be attend Every and register.visitor here of (Z't %;


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