The daily news
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 Material Information
Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 1903
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002076174
oclc - 33669261
notis - AKR4558
lccn - sn 96027213
System ID: UF00075893:00341
 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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Saturday night will be the "Fl'tnight" Neat: Sunday the influx of visitorsto f '\ 'ij

; at the opera house when "Losti1i'l'r" Ponlracola promises to be the greatest 3 S -.5 t Lff

in the city's history, excepting
t : +t will!! bo presented. iS.. :
1 !! possibly! the strangers here on Mar- .
Manager C'ue today extended to the !I' Il
(1L Gras occasions. : 'i
: ; f.yt .officers of the battleships a general it
1 I I j Steps were taken I by the officials: : "
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strM A I invitation to attend the theatre on I this morning to han.l1ll'Ople from I

: that night, and for the purpose all all! inland points, and from a notice ,

in another column it will be seen that It .
the box seats have been reserved for '
3 I :unusually low rates have been offer- I4:1.6
the uniformed men. The boxes will led. ;*
: be decorated in the national colors I It was estimated that at least 8,000 Ii'.

and officers who attend, catching up I I went to Galveston for the sole puri .,." ,"t
the spirit of the occasion, will he i pose cf getting a look at the big bat-, ter, \: :

leships, and it is further asserted T
dressed in the uniforms of their respective ,; ji't
ranks. | that every one of that number left the ;t

j Texas city disappointed, for the ships )
"Ixjbt Hiver" is a pretty play, could not lie boarded. '
and one which has drawn flattering I] Should half that number come here !'
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notices from home of the sharpest of the city would be vastly benefitted although -

from Indications ,
present a
critics in the country. It is an ap-
number of special trains will have to '
propriate appreciative play ti be wit- 'I I '.
be pI;ton. t

nessed by Uncle Yarn's naval men aii.l Division Passenger Agent Lurton .
stated this morning tar The News ,.
there! is likelihood of a good I.
every .
that a maximum rate of J2.50: would .
I / .rt S TM t V+cY" ''I4.nirJPhoto
*. f-"fc- i. -r-i-i **. -uu_ / \t --iifir ijlTa in Wti representation.made be offered.a I. yy

\tn"ivfr. lloattn. by Vcahryer, Boston I
: as soon as the Maine arrives, well known citizen had a fight in a
will be within the next few saloon both ,
which Palafox street and werer
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main at the navy yard until tomorrow quaintances were renewed.
all conditions} colors and Trouble on the Maine. Ing officer the following: day acquittedthe was rescued and the ship's surgeon i. \:
or the next day or until they fill I i Every vessel had its mascots, but '
.'"H! the battleships! yestcr- : Trouble of a serious nature took sa.lor and he extended the officer started to dress his wounds, which
their bunkers. The Texas has finished ) the greatest number and variety are '. i'on 'I
did not so alu.and the fine place on the Maine Saturday night a cordial invitation to board the Indi- were at once seen to be mortal. He '
in this business and will probably the Kearsarge, which carries about .I ..
'.at wi-du-d to as the big fleet ; while that vessel was lying in dry- ana at the latter's first opportunity would<< receive no treatment, remark- 'I
move up to the city this afternoon.The a dozen dogs, two goats, monkey, S t J:I
Mt accommodate all of them dock at New Port News, Va., for repairs This opportunity presented itself yesterday ing, "I am going to die anyway; attend I ,
f Alabama and Kearsarge began chickens and a number of Chinamenand I,
hundred rmitt-nti-d themselves : culminating in tlie shooting of when the regular bi-monthly to the other fellows," eight of "
coaling today. The last named will I who 4'
Japanese as mess boys, are
.- 'aii'linon: iln- wharves or went a bluejacket by a marine. It is said change; of police was made and the whom had been laid on deck. The I'1
take no more than a thousand tons, I I regarded as mascots, Some of them- ;.'
the navy yard and, viewed the i the wounded man died shortly after officer went aboard the battleship. He ship hurriedly! steamed for San Juan :
as she now has less than five hundred ) -
I language
cannot converse In the English 1 j
from a distance. Some remained that consider : was agreeably surprised to receive
ward. It rumored
tons in her bunkers.It was but two died! before the cable station ,..
their t ,
i is said few
; and a wear
yard all thi-! afternoon. I able trouble is being had by Capt. I .
is said that Captain Swinburne, be-friended was reached and two died after herarrh'a ;
\\' :ulll'r3!! all that could bol Leutze in maintaining discipline on oriental garb. I
of the Texas, was dubious about fill- !. .'- :,
l for, but on the wharves the the ship, and the vessel has been iso- : silk scarf kerchief, a gift which is of The Historic Olympia. 'Il
ing his ship at New Orleans fur fear: All Ships Interesting )
'!1. 'a-I winds made it rather lated, denying outsiders admission to great worth, not only as a useful article An officer stated that the cruiser :
an accident would happen to the vessel The Indiana received the greatest ,..
f'r.! ; ladies, who braved the shipyard. Twenty-three deserters but from the spirit in which itwas .Olympia would probably run up from i ;
in coming down the Mississippi number of visitors yesterday on account -:
'. .ilil.' winds for hours and cannot it her Carrlbean station within a few
have been reported in a week, and given. Money buy now, ,
river. The genial captain would not of less difficulty in reachingthat i i '
: a '.'"id ,'it'I I.I when three of them were returned by and the policeman proudly exhibitsit days and join the battleship squad- .:..
acknowledge the truth of that statement vessel. All of them received I I
:, yard a big crowd went the police a fight: ensued in which to his many friends. "" : ron. It is confidently expected that y 'l
yesterday.Higginson some guests, and in every case the '
m dummy and on the sailors and police were badly used Arranging for a Race. .1' this will prove true by some of tho f "
I Will} Transfer courteous officers and men were extremely '
i irmilior of men from the Fag. up. Officers are very reticient on Boat crews from the Alabama and fleet's: best informed officers. Tho I; \)
polite and attentive. The "
!"J had brought Captain !! Upon the arrival of the New Maine what has led up to the present disagreeable Texas are arranging for a pulling',. Olympia: after having been repaired y.,.,
is the newest of the fleet and on ,
Capt. Perry of the this week Hear Admiral Higginson state of affiairs. match for a big silver cup now held upon her return from her Manila exploit ,.:f 'l
account of her late construction was
: Iowa respectively. The will transfer his flag from the Kear by the Alabama's crew. Yesterday the was selected by Rear Admiral f "
_. Baseball Next Sunday.
much admired. The Texas, noted for I "
i uac: ashore to call uponof sarge to the Maine. The present flagship crew from the Texas were out in Coghlan as a flagship, and while yet i f
made in the cityto i I
An effort is being the history she made during the Span ,
has been at the head of the attached to the North Atlantic squadron ;
the navy yard, and of baseball for their racing boat and made some extra l.i,:
arrange a game ish war and for the Christian captain
: dress uniform I 1 North Atlantic squadron ever since fast time. Six oars are pulled andas is in reality a flagship for the lI
I next Sunday between a picked team who commanded her at that time, was
'Iill'! good view, was obtained she was put in commission several the cutter flew over the water I Carribean division. Rear Admiral t 1
I from Pensacola and the crack aggregation perhaps the most interesting. The
cN: from this point and years ago and has carried the flags with incredible swiftness the officers Coghlan is second in command of the ; 't: ;
from the crusier Atlanta or Iowa,which was commanded by "Bob"Evans l
-id never soon war1.5' of Rear Admirals Higginson and Far- and sailors on all the ships except the squadron now here. :!
in '
I some of the other ships now port. was also scrutinized. The Ala- ;
w.-re interested in many quhar. She will not be detached from Alabama said the Texas would win ,
The Atlanta should be at this place i of I '
iI I bama was said to be the prettiest 1.1
\ 'ho least of this was the the squadron but will maintain her before next Sunday ,as that vessel is the cup, which is highly prized. all. The Kearsarge, flagship was One Bottle of Burnett's Vanilla Extract it i

from the Kearsarge. used already high efficiency as a fighter several Upon learning what the crew was better than three of the doubtful l Ii-.
La. for
i now at Baton Rouge, noted and visited on that account. '
: and heaL kind. Though costing a few cents !.I fi'more
"ng messages to the re- a good sea practicing for.Ir.. Peter Linden- ,
days. The gentlemen of Pensacola aboard the Massachusetts are .f
.., :.s of the squadron. I It was learned yesterday on the struth, the jeweler, said he would Many per bottle, its purity and great k
arranging for the game are particularly widely known here, and of course strength make it the most economical J' l'
sips are expected to re Kearsarge that the transfer will be offer a prize to the winners.
anxious to secure a game with friends called on them. Forgotten ac brand. \ i! r .ftti

The to the fleet i'
-- --------- the team from the cruiser as they cup was given by I. -

but Mrs. O. II. P. Belmont wife of the L
are said to have been defeated ,
widely known gentleman of that I
one time and that in a Cuban city ,

name, and is contested for at every
after several of the players were recovering i
where the fleet puts in and an- /
from indulging in too much port 'i- I

tt chors for any length of time. The

\ liquor.If Pensacola race will be over a course +J/h1 l l ldfLa4A
can be asserted almost positively
and will probably occur
r will be pulled
however, that a game

\ off, more about which will be said next Monday.A .

) herein later on. Beautiful Story.A '.,

Mrs. Howland's Brother. beautiful story illustratingthe "

I Chaplain Isaacs on the flagship feeling existing among the blue- J

Kearsarge, is a brother of Mrs. Harry jackets came to light yesterday, whena a Ii

Howland, of North DeVilliera street. seaman was talking of the explosionon /i i :
I :t
He has been in the navy for quite a Massachusetts.. After detail-

'tytttFt while and yesterday Mrs. Howland ing how the explosion occurred and }. ..
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# I ,t fa went down on the 1 p. m. dummy to what led up to it, the speaker related

} TI see her brother. This gentleman kept how several of the badly wounded

up a regular correspondence with victims refused to receive the surgoon's ,
fI"fI"f fI"t

Mrs. Howland and several of his let services, saying "the other '::.-.....-, .....,.--- .-.:>',!' -=...,...,,-,\ ..;: !\
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movementswith l'I:;"' :( .K- -:- I
ters have given the fleet's poor fellow is hurt worse than I am t', '''-4- :. -- L' 4

t+ sr great precission. and needs you more." One poor vic- ::r"->- -.;> t'I ,

An Appreciative Sailor. tim was blown through the top of the -

BATTLESHIP KEARSARGE. I Mardi Gras night a bluejacket and turret and over Into the water. He BATTLESHIP MASSACHUSETTS. !.

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FINANCIAL STATEMENT DOw to rrevkCB a D...... --::

Letters fromWomen A clever bachelor girl who works all

Of the Board of Public Instruction for BouND UAND foOT day long and every day In a very dusty i

locality has Imparted the secret of the
Month Ending Jan. 6, 1903.
With muscles drawn and throbbingwith spick and span appearance that Is the

DR. pain, and joints swollen, stiff and envy of all her associates. Regularlyonce

Dec. 8-To balance. .. ..$ 531 12 tender,the rheumatic patient is as a week she lightly sponges her iapit11
Cured by the use of Kodol are received dally.Itelr Dec. 10-To cash from First and dependent as though bound heIrless plain trim business suit with tepid water !

.. troubles nearly all begin with Indigestion National Bank .. .. .. 4,500 00 foot. No disease causes such intense suffering to which have been added a little
or other stomach disorder. i>ec. 31-To cash from tax such sharp, nerve-racking pains
U the food you eat falls to give strength sale certificates . . 11 22 as Rheumatism, and this unfeeling mon- liquid ammonia and a suspicion of pow-
to your body, It Is because the Juices secreted Jan. 6-To cash from A. H. ster,unless checked, crushes the strengthand dered borax. While still slightly damp

by the stomach and digestive organs I D'Alemberte, from tax hope of its victims. the skirt and coat are pressed carefully, for infants and Children.

inadequate to transform the nutrient properties year 1901 .. .. .. .. 33 00 When the svstembecomes infected with the household laundry irons being employed -
of the food Into blood. That is I Jan. 6-To cash from A.. H. Uric Acid and other like poisons they are for this purpose. The entire Tho Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the .iKna.;

Indigestion. The system is deprived of the D'Alemberte, from tax absorbed into the blood and lodged in the ;. process consumes but a few minutes, taro of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his

amount of nourishment required to keep up year 1902 . ... .. .. 957 70 I muscles joints and nerves. Then with and the result Is a perpetual and perennial -
the strength, and the result is that one or Jan. 6-To cash from A. H. the suddenness of an electric shock,pains personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no t.no
more of the delicate organs gradually : freshness and cleanliness possibleIn to deceive in this. Counterfeits Imitations
grows D'Alemberte, from tax begin to shoot through the muscle or joint you ami

weak diseased.and Here then weaker, until finally it Is year 1902 .. .. ... . 1.934: 03: affected,which often swells and no other way. Jtist-as-good" are but Experiments and endanger the
a great mistake is made. inflames, and becomes tender, Ribbons and Lace. health of Children-Experience against Experiment.:
That of treating the diseased organ. The ':
feverish and Unless
sore. lace with r.et
$1,967 09 stitched to or
best doctors In the land make this very treated the Ribbon
mistake. Why should they ? It is so easyM CR. ',?t 5j.\ blood Rheumatism through silk foundations Is employed extensively The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears

.fe to see that the trouble is not there. By warrants paid. y grows steadily worse, to build dinner and other evening

14709-C. B. Yetter, workon finally ending in gowns. White satin ribbon three inches > the Signature of

i Kodol heaters schools 1, 2, shrunken muscles, wide, stitched on a foundation of

4 40, 70 and 7-1. . . .$ 140 34 immovable joints, white silk gauze forms a very attractive -
14578-T. C. Chalker 2 r I- s h a k y nerves,:and frock. The ribbon Is cut in sections

water closets school No. ., the invalid's chair or from twelve to twenty Inches long,

23 .. . . .. .. . 15 00 crutches. The cure
In form
Cures and the ends are turned to
14723-N. B. Cook, Supt. ex- of Rheumatism can of

I expense bill . . 38 90 i never be complete or permanent until the picket points. These are arranged In ,
Tills famous remedy puts the stomach and : 14721-Knowles Bros, insurance I acid blond has been purified and the sys- graduated sections. The sleeves and In Use For Over 30 Years.

that digestive organs In a healthy condition so . . . .. 6 25 teat cleansed of all poisonous matter. bodice are similarly plaited and there TlOt cU"'U". eo...,.. T,. ru.t8N CT.MfW.O". CITT
rich red blood
is sent coursing through 14700-N. B. Cook Supt. I S. S. S. does this promptly and surely, Is a girdle of white satin. 8- .. _" L.. ;: _:

:! the veins and arteries of every muscle, tissue .. salary . .. . : 100 00 because it is a perfect blood medicine; --. -- .c.---
and fiber throughout every organ of the entire 14714-A. L. Webb wood and an antidote for the irritating acids CONSTII'ATlON.Every "
j. body,and by Nature's law of health,full i .
for schools. . that cause Rheumatism. < .
sundry 600 ;
;; strength and vigor is soon restored to each. S. S. S. purifies ant invigorates thepollutel civilized person uses soap T ffY W. B WEIGHT>> comply
14719-Pensaeola Journal, I ,
Kodol cures Indigestion, dyspepsia and all i | and water to wash oil the accumulation
blood aJJhl'n
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. i I printing school notice. 1 50 stagnant a of dirt and filth from their 1
stomach disorders.
. : free, healthy cifculatii>n is again! estabLshedthegritty -i body, 1t I \
'114712' J. 1'. Goodman
: I have taken Kodol for repairs but how suttertrsof constipation
nearly two months many \t t'li' MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS Jjj
f after each meal and it is the only remedy school Xo. 70 2 00 corroding particles are j think aboat the accumulationof ,
washed of
.+. that gave relief from the terrible pains I 14710-J. M. Crona, setting : out |I II filth within their body which is
. desks and repairs. CO 65''I achiugmuclesamljoints j a hundred times 9ffTLUMBER; LATHS
endured. After a time I would take it but up S S S and the more detrimentalto ,
; 14713-Sou. Bell T. & T. Co., good health than the dirt the ,
once a day. and now. while I keep a bottle: I I lon el for relief'collies on
,!it handy I seldom need it. as it has cured me. rent of phone. . . 3 50 and the cure j oul?idt'. Th. waste matter of food LnL.LJ I tl: liJED CYPRESS SBINGLES--lihLlf! ::i

:: Mas. J.W. COOLBAUGH, Milo Center, N. Y. 14717-\\'. J. & B. Forbes, I I is permanent: because the cause bas In-en pisses into the bowel, which are .d 1.--,1... J
f' supplies, sundry schools. 23 90 ,. the naturil sewers I'f the human
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removed and remains in the Mood
Eodol PEK
What You Eat.I' AeorA. FI.A
1 14367: -John! Scott, janitor to produce another attack. I system. If her this waste is allowed -

Bottle*only. $1.00 Size holding 2'< times the trial school :\0. 1 . . 40 001 Write for book Rheumatism. to accumulate the warmth of -
size, which sells for SO I special ou I
14710 James Stearns the body coon pets fermentationand
repairs up
I' hpared br E. C. D.WlTT& CO., CHICAGO .I i I school Xo. 12. . 12 85; I I The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. I decomposition, gashes are formed COAL AND Wf'fiJD.'

, John 14702-George McCainJanl- I which are carried into the blood

Hheppard.HargH' Pharmacy I I i I tor school Xo. 1. . 15 00'I and circulated through the whole
Sidney Kanu. 1 i[ 14720-News Pub. Co.print- I,,14498-Miss F. B. Higgins, I ystfm, and diseise is the inevitable WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L> ROE TRADF

teacher's . . .
salary 40 00 rf'Fult.
lug notice . . . 3 SO
I 14370: -Hd Ross janitor, 14363-Miss; : Josie Roberts, I The hpst remedy for eon-tipationi THIS WINTER THAN EVEl' FEFCRE
: A BOTTLE MORGUE. teacher's . .
salary CO 00 i HKPATICURA, because it moves
" school Xo. 70. . . 10 00145ty ,
rd : -Mrs. Kate Scott.jani- i I 14500;; -Mrs. S. LT. Sampey. I the bowels easily and naturally SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW

i t' OdJ Drpnrlnirnt Iu Some YJontI.lntsln..4,. tor stool 1 No. 40 . . 8 00 {i teacher's salary . . 45 00 j'I without irritation, griping or sick
; Ilrugtore : 14514: -R. Stewart, I' ening. It give strength and toneto
H"-\hss S. B. Stockard,
. The woman left the prescript!' and for school Xo. 27. . 300 salary . . teacher's the liver and eventually cures. Thompson Olsen & Go. ,

j aid she would call for the medicine in 1-17I1-A. J. Angle! & Co., 14497-Miss S. B. Stockard, I Sold: by all druggists

teacher's . . Manresa
. half an hour. supplies for schools 9 and salary 30 00IHS9 Street, Telephone 14 7.

i c "I'll bet $3; she won't," said the clerk. 69! . . . _. . :3 00 rrs. N. D. Thomas.teacher's -. = -------
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salary 45 00
"She just looks like the kind that gets 14 703-Jefferson Jones,jani- ESTABLISHED 1862.
tor school Xo. 2. . . 10 00 14536-Miss Anna Motley, CHURCH NOTICES.THE
medicine put up for the fun of the I 14713 teacher's salary . . 30 00 .
-C. Marshall wood
thing." I for school Xo. 8. . 1 50 14537 Miss Ida' Davis, McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
.i teacher's salary . . 30 00 ,
4'I didn't know there .
was anybodyfoolish HiO-Jl. E. Graham, grad- I NEWS would request that the
ing committee . . 6 00 14542-Miss M. L. Gaskins, e D..LAKI ill- 0
enough! to take his fun that
; clergy or those having in charge the
teacher's salary . . 43: 00

way," remarked: the next customer. 11706Huss school Xo. 74., .janitor. . 12 00 145C3-Miss Minnie Lo'el1.tpacher's publication of church service noticesfor Ship Chandlery and General Hardware

t', "Oh. yes, there are such p.'Opll'-lots 1-1722-A. H. D'Alemberte, salary . . 30 00 Sunday will send them to this
of them;' said the clerk. "Seldom
a 14199lrs. A. K.
j for excess in taxes. . 20 -19 office by 9 o'clock Saturday morning COS AND 805 S. PALA-OX STKEhT.
I.t week passes that we do not put up a teacher's salary . . 53: 00

;:i j prescription that is never called for. !|114701 school-John No. 1.Scott. . .janitor. . 40 G0 1439-11.; B. Morrisson. in order to insure their insertion AGENOY wr-

';,; \Vhy In the world the people who thus: 14718-A. Klussor, repairs I teacher's salary . . 40 00 in the proper position in the REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'B K! 1" CO.' :

' neglect! their re11tetlic.aft er ordering 1 school No. 75: . . 1 00 14541); -Miss Belle Hender- GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUHHEL 4; SON'S Pl'MFH

-; them compounded will {.'<> to the trouble 147oS: American School |'. son teacher's salary. :3000:
' 14334; : -Miss L. E. Fairchild, Sum Ctrdiji Pi'tU.! ails, Iiollcil loilriHia! It art I, lieiirs.hli. :
and : of doctor Furniture Co.school! desks 502 731H4S3 :
expense coiiMilting :l I
. . paper.CASTOR
| teacher's salary 30 0")
1 CXJttPHHK8. IXXiS. NT: < i
{ 1t Is more than I can figure out. If they -Miss Florida Cook
+t don't want to take the stuff prescribed. teacher's salary . . 43: Iii 0114XS 14324-Miss 1) Palmer, I C. MoKenzie Oertinif Collertin,: A ent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent ASHOciition.
|' teacher's salary . . 23: 00 .
, Miss Lucia Slencl'r.tearIa'r's .
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they certainly di.u't have to, 1-ut
they 14335; : -Miss Mary Motley, I
salary . . 43; 00 For Intant %ud Children .
} Blight at least have the grace to come teacher's! salary . . 40 lll) ;, I
: ) and take it home aftere have 14 gone son. teacher's salary . 45; 00 ] The Kind You Have Always 6oug13eara THE GARDEN SECTIONo
. to the trouble to prepare it and not I salary . . 27 00 :,
j 1433C-I. KlIen., teach-
'i throw it luck a llt'lulluss on our hands. 14500; -Miss Gillian U. Nichols \ thes"Iwoce /fl. '
I .r's salary . . 3000 /, OFoPensacola
I teacher's . 30 1)01 I
Why, Tie got a regular luck salary.
morgue! 14.JOD-Miss Jessie Griffin, !' of JtiC
there for the of uncalled. for bottles ,14323: :!: -Mrs. M. A. Edwards
h repose teacher's salary . . ; *
e of 431)01|i teacher's salary . 4300; i FloridaNear
iiicdidi'e. I keep the stuff indefinitely 114S4-Miss Belle! Northing-
14513: : Mrs. A. M. Bowman, I =-
f. hoping: that in case the customer ton, teacher's salary . 43; (It) I -
r teacher's salary . 4. 00143:11Miss ...THE... Hill
East Electric
jy :\tis \ Railway Terminus
r; has not bevvt carried oIl l>y sudden 144 Snyder I ,
. . 43; 00 01111:1: loJ'r.t..adlPr's ,
f death shi will show up again; sometime aslary I salary . . 35: Off :j I
; and ail: for the bottle. If I hap- U47'.i-II. E. Graham: teach- I I CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS
, 14355;:; : Miss Viola MeCunly, Beautiful Lots for Sale.
er's salary . . . 13333: :
t I>en to know the delimnient's address, i' upcVr's salary . :?: ) UII
t< 144:15-Mis, i:. G. AVent-
sty\1 I send it arouml C. O. I)., but people HH-C. L. Fairchild. OF PEHSAGGU
north teacher's salary. 4300144X2 : I 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each according
A who make a practice of nrdcnn:; medicine I teacher's salary . . 43 00 ,
Miss Frank ,
N that they never intend to take are ti'
1i not apt to leave their card with the 145t'7: -Mrs. S. II. Collins, :!i teacher's salary . . 30: 00 -

k dru J't.f teacher's salary . . 53: 00 11557: -Miss Margaret McLeod | LECTURE Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,
I 3300ii ::
"Most of these nuisances In the llruJ' HI:': -Mrs. H. J. Wilson, j High Dry Fertile Lands.
I It .
.BY... ,
Miss L.
i H-I7- I Hayes,
business and t teacher's\ . 55; "
are worren. many of their! salary 001]
4 J' I teacher's salary . . 40 OUHII
prescriptions liave l""-n written by out 14I'M! -Miss Allie Yniestra. j' W. G.
K. Judge Ewing Tho
: :2-Miss Loftin grandest opportunity for investment ever
teacher's . . 43 00
3. of town doctors se\eral months or, in salary I teacher's salary . . 43: CO' II
t some ('Uo;...., years ;ip>. Iu such ca-.es: 144H2! -Miss Mary Burton 1453:5: : Miss 1 I':. Godfrey Huhject: Je-us ChrUt, 1'hypician offered in Pensacola.

: tlio customer prohaMy hno intention teacher's salary . 4300; teacher's salary . . 4') 00 and Redeemer, at the Opera Hou-e, j
]If 144',22: :! C. F. Call, teach- 1
I Home Seekers Should See These Lois.
of coming back for the medicine Mrs. .1. Abdel Kader,
/ : but 11520-
er's salary . . . 50 0144'Jl If"<
t' merely wNhes it compounds through i teacher's salary . . 30: 00 Sunday Afternoon, March J 1st,
Miss Btida Hay It'adll'r's | ,
J jt some freakish fancy. In order to guardag.unt salary . . 43; 00{' 14311: -MUs Ida ( luLbs.tl'al'1er'5 I at 4 o'clock.No "VTcTu/folo
salary . . 4140i \
loss through Midi crazy whims HH-;; Miss L. l]. Bowman, }i i '. MeLood. : charge for Admission or Heats;
we ought by right to demand depositon . . 33 14304-Miss ( ,
a terhl'r'jsalary
r 001 j .
| teacher's salary . . 4300J1154S ; no collection. 25f3t;
l ; all prescriptions to he called for Liter :i-Miss Ella (Coston I j I Corner Garden and Jim Streets

" on. but such! innovation would teacher's salary . 2S i : -Miss fluid hayesteacher's i Ii Ii
50I I salary . . ::) 00 :
r undoubtedly l>ring out a mighty howl, :il4."i3-Mrs. ;M. E. Benson, j jteacher's 113(52: ( -Miss U M. McCurdy, i I K.O. BRUNT: WM, H KNOWLKH, W. IC, HYKU, JR.. J. H.President. Itt.I'I

ij i ; and we have never bat the courage; to salary . . 27 Oo I teacher's salary . . 30: 00 II 4t3 =GOLAY= 1 i Vlee-Pr.addnt. C..hl.r. An't ('.c le
14515;; ; Mrs. A. F. Bradley : iI
suggest; ; it.-Ne\v York I'res.s.Alnslln't. 114538;:; -Mrs. D. A. Todd, I

teacher's !;alJI'4') 00 teacher's! salary . . 30: (30I I Grist and Corn Ideal Mills i
f Tile 1 II
11t 145": : ')-::; U. ,
. . . 43 Of' I t1i-: .)no. l. Watson I First National1hn
i I
Orcnt Mountain. 1. er's salary :
i teacher's salary . . 43 001 I *. F. GONZALEZ! 4 CO., Prop i, I
! i The claim of Mount McKInley, the 1452:1: -Mrs. H. T. Mitchell, Itechl'r's !1143313-Miss I :
:: ;:; ; A. A. Bryan
. . 43 00 Mannraouren
i culminating peak i-f the Alaskan range, salary i i tl'\'hpr's salary . . 30 03)1L4561Mils [
, to be regarded as the loftiest point in 1432S! -.1. M. Tate teacher I|' B. Williams, J5JOICUMKAL) fL'UKGIUH'rUSTOCK '
: . . . SO 0011J16Mrs. : OX' PSWSA
salary COLA FLA.
1orth1IIl'rl<-I. is sustained by the re- teacher's salary . . 3') (tl) ; FEKII. !
: M. 15. Wonlm.tl'wh.'r's t
t''I port of nn exploring party, made by salary . . 30 I fiO 14303;:; ; -Mrs. A.V.. Mclleyn- I I'stroalie Home lodimry, for there u I -
; IIEJc: : 'rItf'sVFI :
. 53; 00 should Mt-tl DCI
one of its i"enler>J, Mr. A. II. 1'rooks. olds: teacher's salary -very ten-ton 700 buy your

The party made a jourr.ey of SIt miles Hinlis5: : salary O. .\.n.lr'w8.tf''J'll'r's . ., 4300: 11313:: -Mrs. F. U. Cunning- I|' tor tock by Peed so doln from{ you the t-nooaraes Home ;Manafnctorer home lcac I I % H" ;NOWL& \V. A. ELCUNT, F. C. HRK l. H h : '

,; on foot in Alaska daring the season 14521-Mrs. I';, I,. Keaton, i ham. teacher's salary. :33 i's) try. Year monfry li left In thf comniDDlM D. 0. BBRNT,
. 3,33(5::( 4U adyoalo turn Ftre IndlrecllT baan0tfcj I
.A Just passed. Mr.I II. L. Keabiirn. the tocher's! saliry . . 3000 I In ocKrlng the tome na'ictarr yet ,
I toj'ograplior of the .expedition believes!! ir.li": --Miss M. C. Jordan |I :ontribntlotbe %HD.enT l,,>)or. Y.io o.> I I
. 40 00 : $7, .j1 09 '. It to the "oorcmantly which you r.vof"n ant r : td M; : M '
1 that the mea ;urcmeats uf uunultainheights t1Jch.'r's salary j I 19(12.Jan. rihiiPAMInW. I" ."nrapprort 1:1! tX l: ::
Ui.. .
; \\ lIdl were nudi have a probable 111'1-Miss .\. L. Holmes, balance.-$3,, .6 16 --- I L'u .
1 error not escocdiiig 1'H feet. According teacher's saliry . . 4300: 0-To : Ii i ;
I certify that the above statementIs
Ht-lIss: Daisy Anson .
- j j : to these ui'-asureineiits MountMcKinloy's teachers salary . . 43: 00 I correct, as is shown by the rain-1 I i .i'wedrbwoarovn iilL-ofilzehanyeon (roust Hi I j' .'

elevation definitely eicceds2D.iv 144S7-Miss! K. \Ventwfrth, I lutes' and treasurer's report. },.:-,C3lY. ?"rauce, \n!'tria.! Italy, H llaEd, Ppa'n Bel/icu; r.wss >

1 )t) feet; that of M.'Uut 1'criUr ii I ifwoher's sahry . . 4300 I : X. B. COOK. 41 t IpZf :: .n f'r.r"nrt and it.hcr: IlTopf: ccantraZ7'Vn : .>.
1i.l"1C.1 C l't. 11527-Miss J. M. Trice, :Secretary and 'ounty Supcrinten- -- -- - .

' 11 A ltoynt, \\ tt.aall.- teacher's salary . 43: (N)) I dent. ii iwiti fst1I g9i3 DIl tlrg"j upon the M.>-t ?l\.:...r 14"2: hihh Spears teacli- o ii;;atcne Taken Payable al Pr-r "f nertirw T u'v; r

LITIft'rorllliIJl ..f I iirtnany has PT'H po'ary! . . . 40' W i I .'ter V,,lIili Arh'I' t hore
conic into another windfall A loyal : Wont- A Thousand Dollars Tmwn Aw y
1 14310: -Miss Daisy i I
( merchant named Hilderbraiul f Ilrl'o worth. teacher's silary. 43: MU,1 Mr.V.. W. IVtk.r, of Plaiuvio. pfrl.fst.V: Deposit Hustle far Kant hi f r'

den.vlio for many yt':ir" oas Leer I'it..llli"IH..1 <;- 'ic s T'. Thornlon.t"Bcher's iN...'. wiito- : "Mv wife bid ''"_ '"i"i"1vrln a WI ArL7e :" P?I..a 3 nrfrrsr t fo' -*" r :

1 1 at IVrno. r,'(fntly died and salary . . 43: (M) : trglhte' "rv"r flft-eii e.it-. V\ of '7'f1nfo II'.

having no heirs bequeathed a cunsidcrablo 11- "-vi3s Do'ii Hilton. I tri d.i ii'iiriN-r f ii'
fortune and a tiiuntity of land tocher's salary . . 40 Cs) over a th- u- tad doll! ir- with! tin as v e 83Ntf DR. KlfJG'S' "

to the omjienv. The kaiser: lieiiumsthe 14490-Miss Ethel Clarke, : r :'M. S!.e W4* v- ry I .w aMt f In-tall PEOIESSI05AL 0'ilF' .

proprietor of the tineu Alp. w hit hs tp-('h"r'" smart 4300i4,30 : hd : -- .. -
: : : -A. M. DeVaughn. I F'olrya( HOn aid Tr. 1 i-N :
< "ilultl'.1ll.t .\"t'. 1th \\ .t'i".lwI'1clI.I; trvinir -y J / ? W. C ROWS M. U.
1 teachers sahry . . :30: 00i which I liJ ; and tfark: to thl* ; ,
'i1ol\t1rn the MOW.OII and ,'
: Horn t1. I FOR THAT COLD.
i! n4: 5-Miss 1:. L. Morleyteacher's gre-it rpmHy, it stv.d hpr lift-. She Pli omcr 17X S. Talafoi.
'wiutlful waterfall of Iffigen, stuatcJ: ) i j salary . . 43: ('!1 1'1 !'Iroult* raiiderjolabe'ter health ysr1l>M i! TAKE HO SUBSTITUTE. I :
tIt the Canton of J; rll" I Hours from t to at: a. m and I II t- nand
,! 14551-Miss Uda: Tppin, fun' she ha* pvtr ki.own in tmy II I Cures Consuinption.Cougns
I teacher's salary . . ::) 00 "'If"1'' shall never he without : after lo'clock

i il452t>-Mrs. L. Ledbetter. FolpyV" Hoy and Tur aid would I Colds, BronchitF, Asthma, :

STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, I teacher's salary . . 25: Mi ik thof. ttfllicted to try it." W. A. II PneumoniaJIayFeve laono cc;.

i, 14500: t -Miss F. Loflin D'Alenibrte.. Physicians prescribe it l

J. N. ROI;' ItS, )I.inaeer. I tt-ncher's salary . . 4300143IM : I I risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness JOHN S. BEARD!

: -Mi i"s Miralda! Dishof, NOIICP.i .. for their most delicate Sore Throat Croup and ,
will make regular trip bp rae"' "cher's silarv . . 43; 00H5 : ATTORNEYATLAT.Offices .
}'t>II.t'U't. Pnillt"Ihill ron .I' c : -Miss M. Ray teach- have been authorized to tifrfnbcription patients.: Whoopbg Couj h.
t'rt'pl".rt. Lo-ive ii tl-n >tr"'"' : ? fl'Tm.. Jennings -;''/ Tbi -sea JJuilJiOf3ce :':-
er's salary . . . 45; 00
-wh rf h'1r"IIat 6 .1. n'. and tr | Gibson, Rryan'a par"-r "Th Corr.moowr OLD and PURE. pt v.I '...
H51.Tno. A. Price 50c. and St. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE Hour*-8:30 a. IL. to i ;j'
rvi at Kre port 1116 p. m. *"und The price h I1.M per year iu edrahCf.
jy. i. teicher's sahry . . 50 00 tor tale byDaDnheisser ,
1.", v.r..t'p.rl' Tt."* <''iv at Ga.ru 14512: ?.Irs. Ella Thomas Those denrin; the papet 1 2:30: p. m. to 6:30 p.m.

aid ;strive -t r'uro':16: p. m. *atne tetch. r's salary . . 43; 0*> ''\n have: it sent to them by secdin; Bros I will repair your watches and Prat'tlr.tlln.1I itato and Tederal -t'
hy. Faro:, round trip, <::5; one wiy 144V>-Miss Pauline Reese, 11.00 to the under*i\"n"d. jewelry in t1ra -clafi! style. J. J All bulnt'RI t>otro tl to me will (' ''*

fii. 12ulm I teacher's salary .. . 60 00 H. M. ROCHF, 4tr.phens.!. prom t aud diligent ttentloa.
Care Daily News

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POINTS ABOUT TURTLES. ....t'a. Trade Lone Aeo.

notices which we have from I .

Thrr Are Hot So lluch tike One An- time published of the favorable ('

T utt's Pills other .. Many People Thlak. of trade we may add a grntl-\I ...

In moist places In the fields and i view of our commerce \ (I:
meadows m.y be found the wood tortoise States. Its extent is prob.ibly

eating. persons of a bilious habit a sober sort of turtle of a brown considerable than our readers 't

vull:\ttKT dtn>e nat benefit by taking one or reddish brown color above, the shpll Imui; !!!'. The exports from ,

of these riUH)'oulia been Laving a ridge in its middle along thp 't of manufactured ,goods ta ,va ,

fl\h1\OTOO| MUCH I back, says Isature Study. Each plate of \ parts of tin Union: will this year

) they w promptly relieve the nausea, the shell\ underneath has a black\ \ to al..>ut ,fIUtJ.lW. The Bias ,

blotch. of the MILI will appear: inure -

;1(1HADACHE outness which, -follows-,restore ,I III mud holes and in small ponds, often ! and n(
iPPtlte and remove gloomy feel resting on a lo IIr stone above the which prohibit us from tak\ !
ings. LIcKJitly! sugar coated. (' water, one way almost always find the I exchange agricultural produce. is in the Eating

No Substitute. : painted turtle, which has: the marginof I .' so important it behooves us to

lake I the shell marked red. while the shell lI with all oss.ble: care, and it is '\

I It underneath is jellow. These turtl's to thiuk that customers so There is no use in presenting a long line of argument as to the '

SEND YOUR ORDERS are not so easily! captured as the wood are a free people little likely merits of our goods. For puddings pies. ice creams. custards. stews,

or'' turtles, for they are rather timid and her prosperity by projects of etc, you will find nothing can equal :.

v, ,n i Dolive! for carpenter often slip Into the water when approached .-London Globe Irlith
terW)! HI work. Repair work a but with patience and ingenuity -

.;e(. It). _ _ tlwy can lie outwitted at last irumiiiar and &l>rllnjf. Pet BrandEvaporated 'H

Gu ther's Candies at and one secured for examination. At the Price of Suffering. following notice is inscribed

Try It will be rare good fortune to find a the door of a shop! in a :North:

Solan 11 8. turtle at a meal and see him hold his Woman on her way to Ailhue; : : "- Coblar.! daler In Cream
I I1 caused! by pregnancy;: suffers much
food hometimes with one fore foot, Sl.ag and l'iz: Itaeon and Gin-
i. her to suffer
.-1[;:.:>:: s, file PJest jor-c. !, sometimes with the other but ne\er in Ignorance silence and prompts remain in the dork as Lggs laid every moruiug by ,/

with Ix'th at once as cats and dogs the true caube-motherhood. \ery good Paradise in the This Cream is prepared specially! for table t.se and ccolar. -

PEARL & DOLIVE. I of ton do.Aftc'r Mother's Friend takes the gentlemen and Ladyan have gives coffee a rich, delicious flavor which cannot be obtained by
I watching! him for nwhile try find whether he always draws his tail view. She is her own doctor and with a sdm uiil. because: can't using ordinary cream or the other brands. There are many pro

CL I. ", i> PHI at the corner of Gar-: In on the same f-iJe of his lx x hO\1<;I'. modesty is protected. Dully & cream. X. I!. Shuse and Hoots ducers cf Evaporated Cream but we produce nicety per cent of al! Ii J

i j. i -\\niz street! for earp!>nt. -J Experiment with the same turtle over tr the breat and abdomen tLrl> ;;: well." that is used in the world which shows that rone-tenths cf the people
-tric-il work.or phone CGO. will enable her to undergo very
: I' other turtles I pregnancy have found to be the best See that
and OUT; then sometime! try our goods you buy Evaporated
>edo I in the same: way and linJ out for I and rest unJi.->turbcJ.I 'hllt :n.ire Could He Hnnlf Cream which bears our cap label reproduced herewith. It

SCHEDULE AND PASSENGER :| yotirs-elf wlxtlier turtles Aiiry i" this I i ii your f.ither. objection to is the cap of merit-the s'gn cf honest coeds.

matter' of hiding: away their tails. ThU Mother's F rie I lillll":" sisked the young Ulau.I ..

:SATES F03 SLAHDREW3 : I is; more important than joa can imasiue. : : says you have no application. HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY,
If all the animals and \tlaiiH of Is a liniment for estenwl use only. I ."
I would indeed be shameful if the sa \ Highland, Illinois.
LINE. the same sort wennhvajs I UI same I applieationr: he echoed bitterly.
i of nuxksty were to the slice, .
Here: would neuT be any change In necessary .- it lie knows I've been coni- O
ful issue uf htalthy children. All \\ :
I the Ii rill;: \\oilJ. I i I about to become mothers need send !! see you twice a week fur nearly
-icnla. Sf. Andrews and ("omit li- .l t.&s on Uio fore fwt IuIIIIIll I ears"-Chiengo: Tribune.
1 i i I to.a drug( tore: and fc'r $r:ta secure_
-' :;l-ip Compiuy has fixed ; ( th(' hind feet. iiniiclr i ::: wliethcr I prize childbirth remedy. Healthy lab =

WIIJ -;'-'hflilule and rates! toil I there' are the same numlier all nl'oUIII1.j are the result of u-.tirf-'V: Mother's I is no use in repining that life You want a good piano tuner to
l" twenti l' nlcuand: \;, the | Our book rlothe'hood" nailed
As jou find other turtles, particularly: I It is not to be measured! by in Pensacola. still holdback I
\ stay you
uueJ : I Icm different harts of the country if you THE BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO..ATLANTA. {If its years but by the
your order. Bend it in. I have "
nl'Ul j travel nl"ut, or in such! museums asytu of Its achievewcnts.-l'blladel- r1E'T&NT
bad 20 years' experience and have c
can >visit we what differences you Ledger.
Penavery .
will lea -
.": in T Tarpon ve i Juienilrmum. several
worked in piano factories.
..t .' Tuesday night at 8:30 ] can find in this mutter of the numlxT Some children easily ami
arrival of the Mo- and arrangement uf turtles t,>es. It Is Orders left at Johnson's book store
after the '
k, "gnt the blues" or become ( ( Minute Cough Cure gives a .
b train: :and the P. & A. accommo- \ nut so wily ns it may appear to wane Whatever the cause: may: 111'. the in one minute, because it kills will be attended to.CHAS..

liti-ti trl; n. This will enable a I people. :Notice: also that some turtles should be promptly {' which tickles the mu- W. PFESSLEY. ::-
..r..1U to leave Mobile at 5 p. m., have webbed feet to enable them to
Nothing does more to make some membrane, causing the cough,
:..ike de\ connection at Pensacola swim the lol.ttl'r.llIl1agr at the same time clears the
than the habit of
the next Ile unhappy
aid rcich; i Ht. Andrews nB !
o'clock.1'ASSKNGKK. III some way to open the turtle's morbid state of mind which they m, draws out the inflammation
at 7 Ii
t. iruing mouth ami find whether It hasteeth acquired in youth. heals and soothes the affected ELECTRICAL WORK : u
U.VTKS. One Minute Cure
: Cough
hard and rather sharp
or only in this direction
uherltwl .
thens the wards off
T i IP passenger: rate from Pensacola cutting edes along! the jaws. Touch I he overcome' at least to n degree and is a harmless and '

Till:\ be as follows: the jos gently with a email stU-U nn.lnee taken in time. The main thins in failing cure in all curable Ring up Pearl Dolive, phone 6f1O.

To St. Andrews and St. Andrews; the turtle draw II thin skin over the children's minds\ with : of Coughs Colds and Croup. if you have any carpenter or electrical I

1 j. nits-$6 (K); round trip UO. them. This i is the third eyelid!, the same occupy iew and liiterc'''thiK thouzht as Minute Cou h Cure ia pleasant work you want well done. DAILY MENUS
and -
To Apalacbicola us! In hens! pigeons an.l birds! cpwrally.Notice possible after the "\\11\11'\" harmless and good alike for
round trip J15. Iy ns all the
; that the ft ft and tail are {'OYOn.1 and Old. Hargis Pharmacy, !
:: will this
fir t-cias; ihe less frequently
includfl ; ? Then
These tiiu stateroim fares and meals. i ( with seils: ; then some time cx.iiu- of mind ociur. Th more morbid Sheppard, Kidney: Kahn.. J. t L LG ? Date Dishes the Market -

turther information c'in bs secured |I Inc the f K>t of a hen or pigeon and see child is l>y nature: the preater the -- :! of the World SAtloi'd.

ipplvins the comp.iny's ollices i that they nrc scaly also. In this matter for promptly I li,'('king the \' & :MALT has a marvelous .

Ie Thiesen building.PARKER'S. i i of the third eyelid and the scales 1'l.e oftelier the Miles .xcur the : value. While refreshing and

= = i the birds and the turrit lan: features easily d.ies this condition of mind "! to take: it helps assimila Contractors ana Buil ers

j' In i' 'Ill till am. I'eihaps some time you turn until it becomes habit. "1 of food. Sold byDANNHKISSER Ladies' Private
will leani how it liappeueil and will tie! dl .
.. HAIR BALSAM use doth breed n hiiliit" In BRO .
L-31 ]TlMIUr> Ul
y i ,,*. FailS ft lusuritot to KMtore pruvth.JNwer Onjli I York Tribune. realize. I ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT Dining Parlor.
I &ir to 3t1 Youthful Color. AT NIC APOSTLE'S
; ___ Ciurt trP <* t hi* ljv I-ormlntc I'l-lrnU'iliIp I SHORT NOTICE.C jt "

1'L..nu'. %f"T Venture. ".\ <:ol' nte with the :pood.: pays I oysters today. Try them. First-Class Work Guaranteed and

-- Ales Mcl.ein. the suspended! X. C. A. be NIG APOSTLE. Dinner
old provi'rb, "nUll you will I': -- -- References Furnished. Regular Daily.
i iLODG cycling; promoter has branched out aamanactr of them." .\ Kill cannot be '
as one tfo.neylnd Tar 411 laST IXTEXI)):XCL\ STCHOICEST .
; 1'erguon, the
: :; ofanJy": careful about her companionships.
\1REGTORY Chelsea (Mass.) strong l>oy. iu the prize she is caieli-ss in this matter : : folds prevents pneumonia ------ --- Short Orders Promptly

Ins.; McLean defies the :\. C. A. to sure to deteriorate herself in the Fillf'd.iiJht or Day. Sit

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. stop him III his new held and will mation of other, rriendships that French Waffles with

&loullll's,; continue in pupli.sin; until thesis
t'et&c4I& ti ,1:1' No. 3, K. of P., day met mattt is adjusted. jcars: and are frequently the rau Cane Syrup at it'i Something Good to Eat

moult*verT MoDdty evening inuch unliapplness. Tlie thoughtful i f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERS ij [ you wish,you'll Dad Hal

Nt T.,:a lit c$mie mil, St'nr Out of Banning. chooses her friends carefully and ,
--- --
I In 'b.. HlDunt-- Watson the fast Cornell! sprinter, has .h Nick Apostle's
r. halMlng\ third door.vl"'uoi Sears tivates their society in su a -ATC. -
'1 ;' ( brxtbrea cordially lioen compelled to give up all athletic well bred way that her friendships DR. F. E. BRUCE

_.' j ",10! imid J. \.. L\LK.: work oa at'i-otint of being behind in his always a source of real pleasure. APOSTLE'S Popular Restaurant.

-.-.. HORHLRR t. C. studies.] Tl-is means a K'Vcre blow, to fiS the least: Lh'1I1ilui1! \ \ :; the )!' returned and resumed practice. S

K. K. A H.in I I1IIni the Illllcalls' track team's hopes.MlilniiN <.f the lily, so the little mistakes 22!2 West Government St., 14 East Gmnirat St., mmmJ.

I the careless: irlllltkl's rob her : Building.To1opbono .
= Formerly Cordova Restaurant Htanc
Vo. lt Nelt {"Ol' Gift. ter of its harms and leave her

I lt ...venliij nt 7:W, at Sir Tbomat I.ii'ton will present a cup name that does not f-ttntl for 14L.C One car-load of Pineapples at 11.71
Ii r I'liUFi enl (iirdfn I to the Corinthian Yacht club of Sail the estimation of others. "Opinions "I| to f 2.00 per dozen. N. ANDREWS
\ l"1r'III\IITlnvltt'd, ,
.. : nl !
.1.I .'\LIH tiT JUI .HnS. I I>icKo. Cal.: which will be made a per- the world." says l'arlyltnllll .: -,
I' .i\ .. v- C. C.r petual challenge ISIa :. s S.
I all Pacific coast clubs. good and sweet ones.r.HKlI'li .


:, "',I..,,'" L.. !:.;". \<,. :1'). K.: of I* i Mutton Cliopn. 1 ; .f .
These tiny Capsules superior
p > "I'.K: No tit, Knlht of after the '
The Hitters To broil' mutton chop- REALESTATEANDRENTALACENr
u : to( I5alsam of Copaiba: -
'ii\ -\Hry lliur-ilnv tvenin PhtS9I'Gphf'j,1 l
;''.-Uiitxiii\ lliHr huiMini'.nvuth-iiktltt 11. 1I..n'' ii OSTtTTER'o In tunic an fur' bUII.I-1 li-h fashion !'alt1111 pepper lietween one ttiti e l Cbe. ud Injcciioss.re (//ftIDY, lt South I'alafoiINSURANCE ttrert.Tb '

I I RJ.TE D log up the ys.1l'Ilt :II.I.Ult n!: the chops iu hoursthte'r \ 1
'' I 1'1 ,r..\ ant ".ir.l, n stri'nU.ar. CELEB T'toCf 48 x.vFUUNC11 _
.. c"r"I..l1v.lcom .I. after sickness. $ bars of a folding; gridiron put that I
Thewek.E 1101,4! S. Pulafov Street. .."I) I.seiea 'WUJItflY 10.'UTJo:
U.LI.MON, first over aery clear, hot fire. .
e t stoinnch can .
I/ a jft "i ft0fCCIlTlENEltAb !
V l.C. I :
III''! .,. j retain It. It\\'lll low them to melanin: two < ---- -- -- 1 "' : VIatn & C ;

4" ; :.'f' : ,... petite rcItrs, HS-.181 tht an- colored 1'epper and !salt the \ j .
..; .j'S dh(.. llUn and :'I'T"r\'lhl'! gridiron. I'.roil two : ._ '.
i. o. o. r. I prevent this HARDBRICK ,
;- 1. Heartburn mitts and turn again. Kepeat; I bUHKDUI.f: :
: ,
I ; ess" without the salt :tllli11'r

1.1..11..1"'n.." ', ; 4 I t, '::. Flatulency, times, shortening the time to one Following is the schedule of the AND 'r. 11
7V at ,
i nrohn evening at 1
.' 1 izziness, after the first ,
Writ Intf'III""cllstreet.. I half minutes government steamer General French 1
''ir-n I cordially liuluil.JIMIA Indigestion When the chops are soft to the REAL ESTATE,
I' >S.IN, N. 0. which TUB NEWS prints for the
I and 1'yspepsia.lie \ the gridiron: and take !'
\. Secretary.AMSRICN open benefit of the merchants who ship No. South Palafox Street. ;
SITTERS, Mire 10 tryit. with the fingers, never touching a
table. their goods to the various army .
I to them' till\ they are on 'i
GUILD. posts: .

--- -- ------ on a hot platter with melted i Leaves Dacola__ ___ 7:00 a. m. Partial List of desirable Dwellings ; j.:
Leaves Karranrai_. .. ._.._ 7'JI a. m.
lVnka.la ( O7.K. -- for Rent
Chapter No. Leaves 1'ickens _._._______ 8)0 a. m. in VarloasIlParts: : I A
I If \ I'. LISDIN-TRt'TU.: NOTICE TilE BEST LAX 1T1VKla Leaves Karrancai__ ,______ !Illa. m.Leavei of the City: : .
Governor. Peaiacola __...___ ....10:15 a. m. 1i:
ary. U hereby clven that the ulldersllned11I, not too good for you if ALIVAYS\ ON HANDS Arrives Barranca 11:10 a. m. and then I 135.00-2'i-itory! bouse containing 12 room. ; f.'
on March !\Itb. 1MB. apply to the Governor :make a trip to Fort McKee and then re- ail modern conveniences hath oa ft
of the main of Florida for letters patent Incorporating bowels are sluggish. THE REST turns to liarrancai. upper and lower floors, corner lot. P I
K. OF L. them and their associates in is a medicine that Leaves Barrancas._. _.___ I:li& p. m. nice yard and .brubhtry. (table.out .'
accordance: with the following prop sed ATIVE Leaves Plckeos__. .. .. ._.__ 1:25 p.in. houses. etc. ho. 711 tan LaUua I
I charter bowels easily and naturally, ..HALF. .. Leave. Feonacola .__ .__ ___ 4:*) p. m. itreet. ;! "Uf
I- ,II! \miMiililyNn. 1505.: I 1. The nanu'or the corporation sbnli tie Leaves Plckens .? ......_.::1p.m.. 35.00[ -8-story boarding bouse containing "r'i
Mi, In each month. iYters-Lanxvllier Land I'ompanv and Its out Irritation griping or Arrives Barrancas 6.30 p. m. and makes 25 room., knon as tko i'once do I. I.
,1I\y W. P.ll.TUARP. place of DUMness Pen-acola. lunda. effect. A medicine that : -TO- I trip to MclUe and return. Leon house No. 110 Ea.t Intendeo- f .1
M!. '\''IfI.L. M. W. :2. The jl'n"ral nature of the business to On Wednesdays and Saturdays the cia street... ; '
Secretary, bo transacted. Is bujing. sellini, renting the muscles of the bowels and boat wi'l leave Barrancas via Pick- pJ.OOdeslrllbl. 2-Hory modern dwelling I
leading reclniinini Improving aDd detelODIIU 7 rooms, moil dehirgble section of the ,
land. ,lacludmnz open wild land and them up to a point where they MILLION 309 for Pensacola at 6:30 p. m. city on a corner on the street car .
cltyiind to\\n lots wheresoever situated. the work as nature The General French is for army .' line:'0. Gtl North I'.arcelona street. t". J
3. of stock shall be perform $'OO-I..arKe :2-story dwelling. 10 rooms, 4
The amount Capital
; only and out-lder must S
without assistance. purposes any frontIagi.evilIegquare, .No.3. I
The Beer 1 thirty ttousamlif.)'.( tI.il>) dollars dividedInto any East .1
three hundred (:5(11) shares (.f one bun- Such a medicine is iav: a pas from the quartermasterctake Uoveroment street. ,
ilrtKlildllrtrs I St'I...')I'licb. The said capital RA. It embrace all the above passage! 01 her. t30.0Comfortalile new. 2-story modern S I
01leIlIDI.1room. .
That Made stock. that bo payable cash or real estate. qualities besides not having Our Prices Before __ _uu ._ __ ._ ____ lion ofifle city, situated very desirable on .North sec ;SiayIen ,

= 4. The raid corporation shall exi't( fortwentylive taste, neither bitter nor I, I I streets betKeen tHrong and iJtttolo S ,-||',
years from the date of the sweet.-Sold by all druggists.i 1
grantingof: letters patent to It. I tiS.oo-2-5tory: dwelling/ In good order with rlr
m 5. The ofllcers by bleb the business of Purchasing.Capacity S rooms three doors from the belt J
NNI!mR! TAMOVICTORIA U : the corporation halt be conducted.tbali bea line has gas and water throughout., 11
X JlONorth '
President and Treasurer a Vlce-1'resi- Only lOc week for the o. Barcelona street 'I I
dent.and Secretary/ and General Manager, $20.00-l-8tory: (dwelling rooms, city water '
vt ho shall beelectedby the Board of Directors hath, gas, with large corner lot". .
-IS- at Its ragnlar meeting on tbe first 4'* Wen Wright street. L
Monday In December or each year. A Board OOOO |15.70ltoryd elllng.0 rooms. newly papered "
Daily. and
of four In rectors shall be elected by the i painted throughout on f
belt line?'o. M<"k East t-
stockholders at their regular meeting on Electrical contractor and 5, Ur4'KOr street.115.001story I
December each ear.Until dwelllnl.eIl1wat"r aDd bath, S
the first Monday in > will do electrical work in
your V 7room..bftif lock of ground with '.
"A the nrst election It.0.1'eters shall
K i ny ACME BREWING CO.IcIr be President and Treasurer: A. L. Langvl- class!! style and at reasonable 'V 1'1'811111ul.bade trees, No. 7W Cast I S.S
Iiert.ballbe VIce-lresidentand A. L. Langelller He be found at 30 South Cervantes street.
1:1.r i: can
: BOTTLE BEER I shall be Hecietary and Ueneral Manager .-v $12.O-1-story d1l'elllngo 415 East Gregory 1 S
Phone 203.O.A.STOX1.X.A. Brick -
street. e9illan Go IL .treet,5
newly papered and
is TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. Mccall,and shall t he be aforesaid and constitute olnoers and the James hoard A.ofDirectors. I | painted.Ri.tio.6I4 < ,

: ---5 East Belmont street t-room
BROS t. The corporation shall not at any time Barren Fla. COttige, city water, newly painted,
Incur any Indebtedness "-batevl'r.t. SMIS the Haw Ism Pine In perfect order.1l0b0.IOU .-
At 3 FOR THE CELEBRATED The names and residences of the subscribers dh" North Alctoii strhet. a new I
art a- follows: KlcbardU. I'eters, tvm bou.e In good order with 5 rooms. 4
1. 1 of Manlstee, llcb". one hundred and fifty MEN AND WOMEN. $io.u-.io. tiji East Belmont street oily S
., water, a neat 5 room
Harper raterMi I (0,01 shores; Auguste L. Langelller of Pen- t. EZa CM Big fi for unnatural and renovated cottage throughout.newl1'palntl'd
sacola. lorlda.one hundred nod 'ortY-f>lgbt I.I S Ssj.. diK-h rgf,infl mnntioni, I G.oo0.110/ Eau Laima .
., C Ilt") 6b®JamesA. McCall.of DeKunlaksprings. It you want a nice present Gt.i.t..4 irritttioni or nletrttiontof C. R TAYLOR aneatlr
.-lorl1a.two ((2)) shares. to a friend, go and look .enwiu.'. mucoai membrane union papered, 4-roow cottage In gooa con.. S
In witness whereof the above mentionedubscrlber p..n cs4... PtiDleu and not utnnf large lot. city water.
lIUe-4O1, elegant line of suitable A large list of smaller dwfilltngs, as wellM S
S. Palafox street. have hereunto signed their Ewsciiiniea. nt or pomnoni. Artistic Shoemaker
a a number of stores and offices tUtt
J. I. Stephens, surely KENT. '
you .
A. *, Excliar-e! nanm. C1LNIATI.i $si4 by DTUflIM.g.s.a. 11
-Opp. Union Depot. RICH Ann G. PETERS' something to please you. or MDt in plain wrapper, FINE WORK SPECIALTY. THOS. C. WATSON & CO., '
p O. Box I At.tH'HI- I.. LANUELLIER: want anything in the t>f eipren, pnpaid for
2"!. Pen aeola, Fla.I JAME4 A. McCALL. II.00.or S bottle*12.Ti.CirculM Leadlri; Real Estate.Rental and Insurant* s
feb9oaw4w be sure to Bee him before you Mat us relliust. Phone No.2S. 9 South Palafox St. Agents,1 BOuth Falatox Street.


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cribed the credit, honor and.glory of Oldest and Largest Agency
-p American success and victory in the Her gray hair makes her look 20 years West Florida.

a.YI! recent war. The efforts of all such CAUGHT AT RANDOM"We r
thin too. Tell her all
contemptible whelps as this man t older. And so ESTABLISHED 1St(;.

Welsh to tarnish the reputation of
at the Poet Office at Peniaeola,
JILt_D4-(11... natter.OM1CC our war heroes will fall flat. The I have a peculiar class of citi- about Ayer's Hair Vigor. JO Low rr

t :-PUt' Building w Booth Daily News cannot be-counted uponto zens here although there are but Ifoouiles Bros.INSURANCE

y Ulo ureet op-iuin. join in any such nefarious bus. few who realize it," said a gentleman .

THE NEWS PUBUSHINC CO. ness. Give such creatures as1'\'Welsh Sunday. "The people I have refer and ( speak freely when I say that Queer About the Eyes.

encouragement and they will 'prefer ence to are the Greeks of the city. not four-fifths of the men on either Prince Tronbetskoy, the artist, once

Terms: Invariably in Advance charges against George Washingtonfor They are a class distinctly to themselves ship would like to see the saloons painted In Paris the portrait of an

>'.Year by Mall_____K 00 hanging Major Andre as a spy. are among the most respectful open. If they are open we are of- American who was cross eyed. The

Wx Months 2 CO observers of the law and It is fered temptations, otherwise we are painter thought a great deal about the
..Week.by Carrier. Payable Monday 10Unfitting Although the constitution states matter and finally made his picture AND
rare that any of them are in the satisfied. It is a greatly mistaken
r clearly and unequivocally that no cross eyed. too so that It should be a
Rates Furnished Application courts. I was much surprised to idea that all bluejackets are drunkards. I
state without its consent shall be de- faithful likeness.
fined for Hundreds on the ships now REAL ESTATE
read j>f one being lately
When it done the original
TELEPHONE NO. 118.FS&BAGOLA nied its equal representation in the ,
but think here be named who have nen.r
violating the Sunday law can looked at It and said:
there is talk of refusing the
senate the old fellow did not understand the used whiskey other than as a medicine "It seems to me-it SN'ms-why, 800 South Palafox :Street

UNION BEie Utah senator a seat in that body. law correctly. These Greeks are and are among the most polite hang It, this picture Is cross eyed. Isn'tIt

The other senators may not like one I that the Sunday I ?"
very clannish-they stick to an- men known. wager Phone 22. PEXSACOLA
Smoots name, his politics or his re :I other through thick and thin; help opening suggestion was made by "Why, no more than you are, sir" FU.GEXEKAL .

but they have no right to I said Prince Troubetskoy."Well .
MAEOd: 2, 1903 each' other out of any trouble; see to some of your town's topers, who himself I" -
kick him out on that account. The perhaps you're right murmured
I it that any one of their number so suffers on Sundays."
,state of Utah is satisfied with him I the American. "It seems to havea
Yesterday was indeed a day of desiring is set up in business and queer look about the eyes though." AGENTS
the same as South Carolina is with "I saw an amusing sight a few
warship.We when aggravating boys tantalize one
Tillman and that settles it. days ago. A lady's hat blew off while The
to such an extent that he violates the Equitable
Her Fathomltii Eye
find It Impossible to borrow
she was crossing Alcaniz street on ,
law and his arrest follows there are
It was the hermit Thoreau whose
Standard Oil Company's quarterly
money anywhere in town just now The the north side of The
dividend, declared a few days certain to be a number at the trialto mistress was wood and stream, who
because it is already Lent.
t ago, made Mr. Rockefeller $8.000,000 offer services as interpreters or head-piece was wafted on the small wrote: "The lover sees In the glance of Life Assurance SocietyOf

i If the paragraphers are justified in richer. The dividend was $20 per in any other capacity. Another peculiarity lake at that place and it was fifteen his beloved the same beauty that in the
1 share, an increase of $10 per share is the minutes before the lady recovered her I stniset paints the western skies. It Is the United States
their treatment of Gen. Miles, it is a about these people
the dividend of last November.The
the same diamond here lurking under
which done with the
I -
hat was
StandardOil fact that and all of them will HENRY n. HYDK. 'nunlltr
case where the clothes make the coal famine gave the any a human eyelid and there under the
an opportunity to increase the answer to the name of 'Jerr)'.' Very of a barefooted urchin who was of the Here in
man.It closing eyelids day. 'Strongest "
I in the
i price of kerosene and gasolene to few are married. It is also noticed not afraid of water. The young lady small compass is the ancient and natural World.

Is said that the Congressional I consumers, thus adding a few millionsto that numbers of them become great gave the boy, a piece of money and beauty of evening and morning.: -
I of the needy
the incomes mag-
Record is soon to put out a big spec- nates.-Savannah News. favorites with small children and went off remarking something about I'I What loving astronomer has ever fain- WHY NOT THE BEST ?"
'the streets-water- ditches allied the ethereal of the ?"
city- depths
: ial edition in which will appear in The public ought to be grateful to one in particular has been referred to eye I

ful Senator well "the Jerry who carries his heart etc., amid her diffusing blushes. This !
Morgan's spech against the press for keeping them so as

the canal treaty. informed regarding Rockefeller'sgreat on his sleeve." I do not know how should offer a suggestion to the Caaie and Effect. THE MERCRTS>>
f I remarked La Montt-Children are so much
The showing many there are, but I should judge board of public works a
business success.
used be.
worse they to What do
I "The Pensacola News will please I tax in The News office
half hundred payer
there at least
Rockefeller that are a
to Mr. -
must be very you attribute it to?
trot down to the foot of the clas-it i
II but is not so pleasant for the business Greeks here, and all contribute La \Ioyut.-Impro\"cd ideas in build- TRANSFER GO
t spelled Florida recently with a little I license
: rest of us to contemplate.t'o feel several dollars yearly for Nearly Torfei's Hit life. Ing.La
T"Milton Index. Yes, 'am; but unfair for one ." Montt-What has that to do with Havin been awarded the contract
i teacher! What docs c-l-a-s spell? that it is exceedingly: A runaway almost ending fatally, It? for carrying the U. S. Mail b..tw ea

__ I man to have so much and be making 'Tcnsacola's post office Is certainlyin -tarted a horrible ulcer on the leg of La Sloyne-Muck Shingles are the L. & N Depot and Post Office.

According to the newspapers Mr. more so rapidly while 've have so need of some sort of a change to i J. H. Oruer Franklin Grove, III. scarce, and you can't spank a boy with and al-o the exclusive baggegepnvl: ( -

Bryan is kept quiet busy dodging little and ue miking; more so slowly. all lepe on all trains entering the city
I expedite the distribution of mails, For four year it cUfld doctor? a tin roof.-Philadelphia liecord. we are prepared to transfer bjsifjjeand
' the democratic nomination. If they Here is a man in the Unite 1 Stat'h're ; and all renitdifg. Butklen'sArnicinaive :
and \ for one hope that Capt. Nor- pas-eDg-iP to and from all no-
.t are to be believed he is very determined \A each man is suivxjscti to have thup will see to it when he gets into hud uo, trouble to cure Li in. Hard Work. tell, residences acd trains day or

')!,i not to be a candidate again. the same right 10 engage iu business! ; office that patrons may have their Equally good for Burns, Bruises, "I suppose you have heard about night.

irt. that any other has, where all are alleged Skin Eru; timi and Piles. 25c at W. young Chumley? He is very seriously
.,: Plans are on foot for the construction to be equal: uefore the Jaw who box mail earlier, said an enraged A. D'\lemberte'iDru; Sore, lei: ill as a result of overwork." ProlllDt & ) e11! I P Service Gnarane! !,

business man last evening while wait- "You don't say so! What has he been We
>( of electric of railroad conduct a Freight Delivery
an system has, from a moderate beginning: acquired South Palafox street.A
ngforhismail, "Icannotsay how trueis doing to bring it about?" Business
:: C between New York and Chicago.What's than princlv fortune -haul pianos, safe?,
. a more
is, but I have been told many exasperating "Trying to collect his thoughts." machinery and furniture at RI'a;on.
;r: the matter with having an probably exceeding that of the <.'/ar DISTINGUISHED able Prices.
:] in themail.sdistribution -
} electric system betwen Pensacola: of all the RUSMJU. Hit the reading delays Telephone your order* to F. R.Pou's .
are caused by clerks looking LABOR LEADER. R'jrular communication I
:: the navy yard. II IIi public do not forget that this rich or JO+cambia Lndue No. 15 Livery Stables! Phone :3i. or
, over the cartoons and discussing Mr. H. H. HallnuikV!' Residence
nan is not alone in the world; that F. and A.1.., 7:30 p. in., Phone
?\i While in many states laws are being there are many others, and few of the features in the newspapers Isaac Sanderson of Toronto Cana- Mircli 2

made to forbid children working I which they are handling. The post da, arrived Saturday night and is at Viitinsr brethren are cor-
them in the United States that are TRANSFER CO..
In factories where they get paid forM : office employes generally are a nice the Merchants, where he will remain diallvr irvitPd.V. .
- making better use of their great D'C. KESSLKK,
: their work we have not heard of set of men and I would not be the until 11 o'clock tonight. I MRS n. H. HALL\JAHI\.l'rop: ,
''' wealth than the Standard Oil man. HA K R Y \V. O i u u :1 any law to prevent their working at I one to enter a complaint to the department Mr. Sanderson is general worthy Hecretarv. I HARRY HALLMARK, Transfer Agt.,
is increasing his own i
II While he __ _
t borne without pay.rill but somebody is going: to foreman of the Knights of Labor and L.* N. K. It. ('o.,I'.and P.4 A, 111\
' wealth he is adding to the
- )J do it unless better service is obtainedin yesterday hunted up Mr. Arthur Mc- 3lybterioua Cireurna'ance.
wealth of the country, and giving eicplojment -
Many Alabamians are of the the future." 'onneil! who is also identified with One was pale and Callow and the
at good wages to an army TIII:
1 opinion that their legislature could heorgani/ation.H had not been made other fresh and rosy, Whence the

t.Ca' do the state more good by offering of men who never strike for better "1 see the Mobile people have a known to Mr. McConnell that his dafarenc': ? She whit is blu-hill I ,

.r!!" inducements for the construction of pay. lie is directing the operationsof portion of the inscription on the friend was coming and the Pensacolaman with health: U-PS Dr. Kite's Xt'wI I JoY G TOt E Y cr11'haleale
t which is in I
a gigantic industry service to the Alabama in Mobile
. more railroads! than by harrying given was much surprised when Mr. Life Pill to maintain it. Ky gently

h '. those they already have. i a prosperous condition and making bay," said a citizen lately.] Sanderson found and recognized him arousing the lazy orpai.s they compel I

af'r"i I!i money for all who own shares of the "This is misleading to say the least. on the street yesterday morning. good digestion i and head oil con and

The man in congress; or out who capital stock. :So, while ".e don't liketo Should till word 'tuwlre' have }Itou In the afternoon McConnell piloted !stipation. Try thfin. 0 ly !>, at Retail (JroccixII !

: thinks he is fooling all the peopleis see one man n aking so much Ia.>r.- substituted for 'bay' it would have .
his guest to the navy yard and W. .\ D'Altmb'ite, 121 d. P.tl:1f'JX :.\ t( ,\ Kilt MW
is badly left. The people Know that we are glad this great American with
been in the
ey keeping
more corectness street, Ilrtr;;:i;t_
him opportunity of viewing
.i: a good deal that has been said by industry is nourishing and we know of things, as the Alabama the gave only battleship an squadron of the I Family, Fancy and Staple

f congressmen on the trust question that it is not making all the money has never been in, nor ever will be KNIGHTS OF PYTAS.P .
and of the
United States one
I' i has boon buncombe, and many fierce I i for Rockefeller; others are associated in that bay. It's all! right, though; navy ** Groceries, ."
i finest ararys of ships in the world. <-ac">la LoiliNo.. 3 K of 1'.
_:l; attitudes!: struck have boon mere : with him in the business We also :Mobile! has had a lot to contend with Mr. Sanderson was highly pleased reularineetingIoudav nighttsreh and All Kinds of Up-to-date Fa HOT

,' \ poses. know that he will not live always andcant in her harbor and we'll let her have 2, at .IJOo'cln: A full attendance Good
ti' I him when with his trip. lIe said for The News: I; r'queted.i irk the rank of
with in ;
take anjtliiii' '
all the honor she can get irma it. \\ *' aro Pole Di=tril>utor" for W.-
It was Lincoln who said: "You "I want to say this. Your little Knirtt; by the "'f'Udttlli,1film.. t
:r he goes. Somebody else will then be however untruthfully." Florid i for the Ci b-brand Ctfi ill.
fool of the all off city is one of the prettiest and most 11..tnhoof -i"!*-r lolirand vi"it-
t may Monde
; ; the object of well nigh universal 011vv tuR brethren cordially invited to lit.ttu.1. I Coffee Sweet Home :Mm.-

i the time, and you may fool all the "Railroads should recognize; a good hospitable I have ever been in, and J.\S. A. LYLE, C. C. es. IIlini and Climax H"ur-. H >'\",.' -

I people some of the time, but you thing when they see it but they don't there is no other place! of which I H. HonsnEn Ji. S. Delicatessen' U"rmtn-Ampr. ih
f' i Food Cn. ,; Canned Meat Etc All
cannot fool all the people all the THE PILOTS TO BE CONGRATU- seem to do it," said! a gentleman."If }know that I would rather live in outside TO CLHIJ .A teal-IN ---- of which are sold by nil% first-c' -
: |) ty
time." Those people who still stick LATED. the fact had been properly advertised of Toronto. That bay there is Retail Grocers in the city.tiO2 .

!i to the free silver fallacy of Bryan The News takes pleasure in reproducing that the North Atlantic a beauty, and I never tire of looking Take druggist Lma-iVB. r..fumi P.romoQuiDlnI'T..hl..ts tile monry if It till,All(,i j .OO fconii" ivu.unx.

F evidently belong to the first class. I squadron would have arrived here at it." box.curtK.',-.c. W. rove's tlgusture Is ou tacb'
the following from the New '- '--
,1.j,1i I Saturday and a ie.ionable rate offer-
; According to the rulings of the York Marine Journal of Feb'y :28th! : "'Of Over sniy 1 loan PENSACOLAPressing
1 (d. the town would already have
, courts, the boys can continue to buy I On the :22d!:! the committee on merchant M RK,'Wuan.ow's 1-ooTHlNtt STRt'P, bat
held the visitors which would havearrived Horse Sale
. and smoke cigarettes The supreme i marine and fisheries at the Been Ubftd for over sixty years by mllllonac :
in this But then
I request of Congressman Liltlefield ofI city Sunday. mothers for their cliiidren Mtblltt leolhinj, ClubFOR
i' court of Tennessee has just struck I Maine took up the anti-compulsory I'm not running their railroads and fitb perfect success soothes the child I I

j; down a state law prohibiting the sao! i I pilotage bill which had been given can offer no criticism or suggestion." lo.'ttns the gums.allays all raincures wind -*AT*.-

, of cigarettes to minors. Xext.- |l:1n exhaustive hearing by its' friends jolic, aud U the bent remedy: for L'larrhoea GENTLEMEN
' Metropolis. Next? Why the next and opponents a week: or two beiore.'When "It was suggested that in view of It will relieve the pour little sulorer lamediately Pensacola
'I it came to a vote as to weth- hold by UrugKitti In every can Stables
" Mill be the resurrection of that old our visit, the saloon.- should have
ler!1 it should be reported to the house of the world. Twenty-nve cents a bottle I
-I fool notion htltlby homo of our n:is- i lor not. the vole stood 1C against reporting been allowed to Uo buaineaS today." He sure you nnk (or"Mr..Wintlow's Hoo-.b- i One Dollar Per MonthIn

;t,. guided ancestors that this is a free it, to one for it, which ail a bUijacUet from the Indiana 13g Syrup, and< take no other kind. I

country. of course, wasIr.. LiulefieliTs l e&terday.: "From what I gather the 10 head Fino Horsesfor I Advance to Member-Ill-

H II' vote. The Marine Journal congratulates Hot Trench'Vaffiesith Clothes Cleaned and! l're..* .-
own is by no means upon on Sunday i
The p the I'nited States : the l'nitedtalt's: in be- I and I am glad of it.Ve thirst a lit- Florida Cants Syrup atl I Sale Cheap at the i often a; dt-Hire'l. YnurCI-<<: > .
i 1 in able to get: so decided a victoryin
;; cent for '
tl- are not as much liiaaiisfioil with the the house committee to which this: tie, 'tis true. but ::.are not a'l topers, Solomon's. I Pensacola t-tables. Call : 'Jjgriiuth and 1'alafox d..Ii"uHI acid Jon.Oil'.

conditions agitators referred. Too much .
prevailing as some bill was praise Club
1.1\ would have us bellove. It isf i cannot be accorded) Pilot J. Ill: at once and see thorn. :

f r true that many peop'e are by nmeans ', I I'It'f' 'H.T.nen''the American, of Pendcoa Pilots': !! president Association ot, *"Q.S.'C. .g+)3ip9WC'a' a t I i333t :i Lei s1 r'j'_l': ins![; a *' wYosiriforNI \ : .

I entirely satisfied and occasionally : for the good work: he his accomplished 0 0 I II it'...

t they feel called upun to make : this season: aain-t; this bill ia the w& nd ; -

'It'f'I I a sharp; protest contented, but on and the few whole of ; interest has z.t times of the been pilots aided Pilot in his O effortsby iri"u I N I i C 1( S UdSdD9toe9".tlCAC.OOt7.G9 Tt+ovto III ; G. V7. IRV/U

they are fairly ow
pilots from the nearby states Ot i ..
2 -.oh_ .__ ,_.
moving cut STOLE '
them are contemplating Washington: at his req-u-it and I I t ..A SPECIAL,.
of the country. reuaered yeoman service wi.h their 0 'a'tl4Sit I r j Hot Choc.'
: i iI I E' t"rCSSA': i32QCSt53Ci3 2 a f' i
,f' ?.r'sCt:1ti\t'-X.: Y. J.anne Jour- (, : V COLLARS.S Whipped Ci: aa: a1 !:i

I i j The Diy: News h"3 ree"ite.I a jig!. ; BRLL OF FAREI ; ; mf.u'

i If printed lesser from Herbert V; ,'"h, i if 9 I ,, _

Pliila'M.ia, \ o
1305 Anchor street : I
follows To it1 Ed 1 ,!jj.1- r ;, ,: k' o ST t:AMER lll'! SCiEC'j"
ii which reads as : ? o .lt1 HAS :3ZZN SZLECITD FOR THE ,::>s : :
I 1 .... B + 'IF F wnl t .,
itor. Dear Sir-I send you thi tu1'j ; .--t- ; : + : .t 1 alMardi + j'1-ir i..
f' ', : : 0 S;.- e tV'I I i- FJI.IVM
'. lryen
lo\\m!; letter written by me to Pn t- "- :u < r- u- 1 Gras Season !l m '
I : : v' C ;i'1.'f' !{ e-wct-n t.-nee- : I eiI.o v..ii, ,
' I'.ixi evolt! regarding t::e advisability rteeiv,1 tv ? n .,
dent 8 i Eli *t- .i- i TI'I t trJ! i rule! Iiit i-
tJ iw l.;ily t- fcu' ,
xi i i
co'irt-inartiil to y-ir'-1.' All tb.; .f
of ordering, a ANNOUNCEMENT. .'r.; AND DURHx'G TIf.El lT C? THEL'ATTLEStIII'S.e .-=.": i t-, .n' U
Frederick n ou (jf, c it.I 11',0 if II" d''i2tvl I' h
try Dr;- a.ii'r General ; "CITY OF TA..IPA.
all f".I .-,' .
I.M U' tfe.j ;
Funston as being! responsible for the Mr. John B. Vaughan has been appointed : *D- I ; ,
os T Mi.-f.ti:; ,
W tn I. i' f'
alleged laurder i.f Filipino prisoners. I agent of the News at Ceatury. S 9 I, 1 j BOTTEBIGK' PATTERNS. f irrrbkucalkjh; _
I hope you n ay set* fit to print it In He wil receive and receipt for daily t'rt.llucj uouut : (1".1)] '.
s Fish, Game, Fruits and Vegetables! in Season f i Ft The March: 1'art'nia givirg'mute
and advertisements
whole or part. Very truly yours, and weekly subscriptions of I
iddic!i < f prevailing
Herbert Welsh. and keep the News on handat e.; 0 Served in All Styles. J i, ping btylts HT" now iu. .

The management of this paper his restaurant at all times. I Wtif lit xt yru c.;m to our i JEWELER\ IN HIS

0 01 e store, vI-it our Paper Patttrn ,
would inform Herbert Welsh and all ----- ---

The fli-m: I'HP ot uti.t.riu ti'- ; department, indeed, it wiulJ! :
others of like spirit, that we are not : HEW STAND
is J. I. .. loot Dining Room for : | pay you if you havedremik- "
In the game With us it is the city it rUpifiiO. i \T> intentio'i, to rn>ik < a i>p...

United States of America: first, last it them. rial trip to our sore for teat .
all the time against 'all I purpo i. ,
and comers. *
I $ a LadiEs I have moved my jewelry B
would accord to all llilital'YI ij Exetasively.i I
: We our ; fo Take 120 South i'ahfox. formerly '.

and naval: heroes in full measure the' .. e1 I piedby Bi3 & Co., and r ni '*

honors they h:1so nobly won in : Easy to Operate COE'S BOOK STORE -r
WITH I better prepared tharivir t'
the service of their country. To t
i I JV! >n,e Nil ly: vegetable-yet thorough :':13 south I'alal.'I Slr"et, great bargains in did a't

Dewey, Schley and Hobson In the : proir j.t,tnlttfaL satisfactory- t Jewelry, etc. Call iu' *>-
and to Joe Wheeler, Lawton I | PES ACOLA, FLORIDA.
navy I let me convince you.J. .
Hood's Pills
Jc\uiston in the army must be as !.................I(NNNMrrMN *...: i. !B S'ri.


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A GIRL TO TRUST. : w. a.O'NEAL- '....Id.nt; *Jo" oeoa- ?. E. LURK, C..hl r; ; 'J
THE 8. J. FOSHEE.Vlce-Prwident; JOHN PFEIFPER, Ant Cuhlar. ( ; ;
AMUSEMENTS. ,Ie TboiKkt President Llacoln when
y W He Haaded Her a P.... % r

HAS ARRIVED 25 52.52.525 2S 2szs2s2hvLost During the civil war Miss N. a AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
high spirited Virginia young lady

River. whose father a Confederate soldier, OF PEMSACOLS, FLA. I ;
"Lost River" Is one of the unqualified had been taken prisoner,by the Union { : Ii

CAME |IN EARLY THIS MORNING successes of the season and has forces, was desirous of obtaining a Designated Depository of the United States. t
pass which! : would enable her to visit ;
AND DROPPED ANCHOR OFF enjoyed a phenomenal run of six him. Frauds p. Blair agreed to obtainan Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb. 9,1903. I
months In New York. It has horses, x '
audience with the

THE bees and other lire stock. The musicians warned bin young and rather impulsive Loassand Discounts................. .. ... 336073.95 Capital Stock ...... .... ......... ...... .... 200000.00 :'I t. r
of the country orchestra, en- friend to be prudent and not betray Demand Loans..... ............ ...... .... 132,86654 20,000.00{ () -

gaged to play in the West Baden her sympathy for the south. They Overdrafts..... .... ............ .. ...... .... 1,16002 Undivided Profits...... ....... .... .... .... 690.76 "<' J
p E arY! this morning the auxiliary Springs Hotel of were ushered into the presence of Mr. U. 8. Bonds and Premiums......... ..... 213,806.87 Circulation........... .. ...... .... .... .... 125,000.00 *
Prairie loomed up on the bojj scene are a source Lincoln and the object for which they Stocks, securities, etc... ...... ............ 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid.. .......... ...... ..... .. 180.00 .4:
ra.5.r:: constant amusement and the laugh. bad come stated. The tall, Furnitureani Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 6718.48 Deposits........... ...... ............ ..... 565,549.34 ;: f J {...
of the gulf and without halting ter has hardly died away when the was grave Cash and ExebaDKe...... ...... ... ......... 228,17Q24 .; ,
man bent down to the little maiden i ?!> -,
a jninute ran swiftly over the bar building is surrounded by a mob of and, looking searchingly into her face, t-t,1:; t

f/i druwwl' anchor with the big bat i turbulent workmen anxious for the : said: Total...... .... .... ...... .... ...... ....... $911.420.10 Total.... .... .... .... .. .... .... ...... .... 911420.10 4 A
letups. hero's blood, believing he is defrauding "You are loyal of course?" This bank opened for business October 231900. We respectfully solicit your patrouage and we will give : I')!

them of their pay. The followingscene Her bright eyes flashed. She hesitated 'our business prompt, courteous and careful attention. k: t
,;o one expected the Prairie so is one of the finest of the play. a moment and then with a face i
SOlin it was believed that she would Exciting situations crowd one another eloquent with emotion and honest as t"--
his own, she replied ;.11
remain! at Key West for several days. fast, but there is also a superb dis- : __ __ .
"Yes loyal to the heart's core-to Virginia

Shf arrive) at that point on Fridaya play of the softer emotions in the In- !" B. H. FAIRCHILD, I 'GeJ aG. W. & CO KXG. W. & CO t'J1 t fI

i-; there[ late Saturday experte. diana home and "Lost River" can Mr. Lincoln kept his intent gaze up.on -- ; t
safely be said to be calculated to her for n moment longer and then Q1'80L: TERER --11 I

... ns ffl.- weather until Pensacola please all classes, more especiallythat went to his desk wrote a line or two 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. GREEN WATSON & CO.

pas r.afiJ.' class who are touched by human and handed her the paper. With a J
bow the interview terminated. When I aroei Work and Refinishing Furniture a ,
;I. cann-t be said how long the sympathy over the pathos of these
they had left the room Mr. Blair Specialty. .
rr..j:1:! stay here, even her rural their folk ludicrous and have a transitions keen perceptionof from to upbraid his young friend for her impetuosity Phone 400. n See Our Display of t1); ) 1,11, t{

y .', ', >-'.piior does not know; but -- O Q .
pathos to comedy. "Lost River" will "Now have done it.'" he said."Didn't Ii
!I-; th'-'i-'ht she will remain as long house of you R. K. WHITE, I o ...New and Stylish I Fabrics... .
I be at the opera on evening I warn you to be very careful? ot i !

a. an "i i the rest, which will be more March 7th. You have only yourself to blame." Witchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler .

:uu 'u' weeks. I Miss X. made no reply but opened and Graduate Optician, I f For Early Spring Wear. I 'i
I "Are You a Mason" the paper. It contained these words: &
1'1.i Pralrio was built by AVm.ian. Pen.aeolsPls'Igudng'sJ
Messrs John C. Rice and Thos. A. Pass Miss X. She Is an honest girl and 11 Sooth Palates Ft.
it Son, Philadelphia and was can bo trusted. A. LINCOLN. Q li17'j
Wise, heading Rich and Harris's Comedians -
(:! Loulhlne. Peau tie SMziif,Crepe do Shine, Liberties, 1'rni*, FoulardEtc O '
i -' : :tthe Morgan Line between will appear at the opera house ; file Best /or Vic. ,
lied Jacket' Memory.
.\ '.v (iilians: and New York. Her March Cth in the hilarious laughing Rod Jacket, the Indian chief, had ,- 'DRESS J j '
adapted from the German by
confidence in his
- .-, iwas Needed by the United success more own memory 17'j '
We the only furniture I I ;: :
Leo Ditrichstein, and entitled "Are than in books and papers of white men. I. are Voll, Etermlnps, Minstrel, Lonsdowno Eta I.,
>:'. :u the outbreak of the Spanish j
: in the who ( 1 .
You a Mason" The two well-known There was a council at one time be- dealers city car- !

I, ,: .:. 1 I'S and was made use of inn comic stars have been enthusiastically fore Tompkins an early governor of iry acompltte line of china !'
New York in regard to an ancient g V/ASTINCS. p .
Her cost the
i : ways. possession received wherever they have ap- cases and sideboards. W'eselt
treaty. The agent said one thing: but I *.. '',
, ,i States ?:j73,000.; She is a peared. Their roles fit them capitally lied Jacket corrected him. "You have them fur cash or on \ladrJu.Otrord Plain. jo'igure1.StrlpIIl Iminiue Effects. 3
- r bill to the Buffalo, now used and they are played it is needlessto forgotten; said the American agent."We payments. Marston tfQuina. '
say for all there is in them. Messrs. have it written down on paper.! easy ; CRASS LINENS IN DAINTY AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS. 1j,
a -'hoJ1\ \ ship. The Prairie is arm- ;
u Rice and Wise have never done such "The paper then tells a lie," was the f ----- > w ;1 i i

. : ttah eight C-inch rapid fire guns, excruciatingly funny work as they are confident answer. "I have it written H o Chocolate with TVUIUXO THE tOMIVG W KEK we will chow NPW I.ares. TrlmrrlDe". O > :
his .t. J-7 Etc. The l.itrgebt Variety and Most Beautiful Kdects we have bad the { jtt
here continued the chief, placing
- v. C; iniunrtor rapid fires and two You Mason and the
doing in "Are a Whipped Cream at Solo C3 Pleasure 'hownq. Q t < !

i .' .. rifles. In a close engagement fun is absolutely clean and whole-wel- liand"You Yankees with dignity are horn upon with his a feather brow.- mon's. soy iaiav! Display for aF ei Very Good TMiis H; !

,' gives a good account of herself some. They are assured a warm between your dicers, but your pa. U It;

abe recent war history testifies.Commandl'r come in this city if a heavy advance per does not speak the truth. The Indian CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S,

sale be any criterion.Mrs. keeps hH knowledge: here This is No. 30 South Palafox street, for your I 'I'II
is i in
Duncan !
Kennedy WATSON & CO.
the book the Great spirit gave him. It I. <* GREEN eI .
electrical works He U prepared to
urge of this vessel, which has a Bowers will have a display of does not lie" A reference was made to 1 .
stret hats and ready-to-wear hats the in question, when to the astonishment do you a first-class! job at moderate I dt i
treaty w. & CO t
placement of C.872:! tons and :3.SOO: Wednesday, March 4th. of all every word that Red prices. Phone 203. SinsIG. vcoznxe.. M ii:i

: "-e power. Jacket bad said was continued on the __ __ __ _ :7 .
A Cure For Lumbago. t.
A number of apprentices probably NEW DRY GOODS HOUSE. document. : :
W C. Williams of Amherst Va., D. HALE WILSON :L'
were brought in by the Prairie, in Saturday's ,
The announcement AniitM-tl Only the Actor. pays: "For more than a year I suffered -

b whom will be distributed to theblotches News of the opening of the new Dry In his "Uandoni Recollectioni" from lumbago. I finally tried t

.:LS.! Goods House of Gray Goodman and Charles II. R. I'.rookiield.: a highly esteemed Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it Real Estate and Rental Agent

Roder was read with interest by their actor on the London stage; gave me entire relief, which all ;L.
and all other says: "I re-member a piecevLIch we '
many other rern dies had failed to do.
South Palafox Street
produced ut the romeily theaterv.'it- tai d h
n 1 ilt a are cured by Hood'sj inspection of their store allowed Sold by all druggists aud medicin-
ten l>y n pcpur! : author and very 1
.... .t' most effective: of to a News man shows one of the most dealers. TELEPHONE: 10.241. PENSACOLA, flORIDA 1I'
strongly en* vl.Jh sawed tc all so .
.1 ines. I conveniently arranged and neatest much that AM could l h.irdiy! rehearse it. I'j .

stores in the city. As you enter from ('11:1 ri..s II.:\\'111'\.' u<<'<.1 every now and : HotFrenchWamellwith! j :j: \

1'alafox street you are confrontedwith then to \vui in: 'Now. don't speak too 'Florida Cane: Syrup at
: l
I an array of handsome glass sow OM ili.-t. Tl.ere's certain to be abs olomon'sThe !

show cases filJ11ith dainties for \; laugh- 1t..1'e don,'t want them to f
THE CITY feminine wear as well as the latest mix t.l'! n.'M line.:! We rehearsed! l for finest line of sterling sihl'l Manufacturers and dealers In

six week; *.. din the first !night nothing; jcrM* and !silver novelties is to bt : J
in spring neck wear for gen
things WI'It0/:;: -liut! the pica,'. There was .
-- tlemen. On the north side of the found at J, I. Htephens' Trices tc Sash, Doors, Blinds, i.H
round of ,
not ot." l-irjrli nor one ajiI I
Ma.- acliusetts moved I store the shelves and counters are '.I'Ui'-e fr>':i Mart to finish. We funk please t
: case this mornin; filled with the latest and freshest off the ifHws'y! in ten days: during We have received :;
just our 't
;11, : II' i' the Indiana released lines of dry Roods to be purchased. whil"h1' re'KMrMil as n stop gap u

I "M '...1-, which grappled in The south side is devoted to clothingand conventional tl.ree act f.m-e with no 1903 line of Heywood Go- Builders' Materials .: t :i,
literary preivnsloiis. I think it ran fora Carts with all the latest im ,
: : <"'an and held the big gents furnishing goods while .
:year." Call and Brick and Lime. : !
I i.ii t'il'from the the center is occupied by shelving antables < provements. see .j, .

., I' stated that other containing notions and the many Escaped an Awl'nl Fate. them; they are beautiesMarston _i". "' \ Tolojoliono 230. 11. f'. 1t

1 ni| later in the day things both useful and ornamentalthat Mr. H. Hal! ins of Mlb..urn, Fla., 4' Quina. ( '

., : n' IUTS near the city it takes to make an uptodatedry writes: "My doctor told me I had I _ l 3
1 i
goods store. Consumption and nothing couid be .. .SPECIAL SALE. i

I t1 1.. '. M-tt's crew, or a I In the rear center is situated the done for me. I was given up to die. A. C. BINKLEY dlre his friend jt
': : i mil be allowed shore office and cashier's desk and back of The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr. and the public to know that he has -AT- }

.Ii' : !I'HtD-lh,' first in four I, this handsomely draped and carpeted Kind's New Discovery for Consumption Moved to Iloom 508, Thiesen building -

i' :Ivies" were jubilant i the millinery and ready-to-wear induced me to try it. Ro,ults where he will continue as heretofore ;

I ." ) l' teflJay. :' !garment department. This department I il were startling. I am now on the a general law practice BRA WNER'SJt

will be ]presided over uy an experienced I I road to recovery and own all to Dr.King's :!:' :':. ---=- -
ii> r'ii.: .\ OH.II IN OXB IJXYr I' milliner and none but the latest New Discovery. It surely

T.. .\.'.,' ';r Mi-i Quinine Tablets I styles shown. saved my life." This great cure is NOW OPEN!
;trl l' :
IJ" {Lii / #resr r! on every The store which is 40x80 is painted guaranteed for all throat and lunu To make room for my Immense Stock of Spring ; J

a pure hite, making the selection of diseases by W. A. D'Alcmbprte, 121

i goods a pleasure not a task. Three South Palafox street. Price COc and Goods, which is now Arriving Daily. :.t:
i MI\RITIME.\ large show windows filled with an ,100.. Trial bottle free. BOWLING flUB .

i: attractive! display of new goods will I I 3)00( yard: of 79 Koft-Fii.uhed. I 30 doz :\rPII' All \Vo-l 1 Jl.-
,I arrest the attention of shoppers toI Mrs. Bowers has a beautiful line of l"ichfd Donifl:tic, worth 0'.', t<) worth tl.epeci: Toe; drawers f\\ i iI.I..
I Ready-to-wear and Street Hats which mike room, at .p;? yard.3HryardFitchviIls4. I to match. i
Arrived. i I morrow morning at ten o'clock. K o. 11 West Inter{rrcia St"eLl.Oppoitf' I
I 1| she will display Wednesday March 1 file lrhpd 1D"tnetdc i iI 47LadieKeadlytoVv': "' r Rainy-
'.' I' I.r 'hll, 77'J; : .\ndre-I I{ The gentlemen: composing the new 4th. 2t. Ja l. :\IcHu h' worth 9i, to make: ro..m.1 flay Skirt, worth $1.5u." rptcial sale I i .'
.. ..I, 1-r : firm have had large experience in this I it 7c yard. 'JS Pitch. :. ,
,. Itil'.i, Johnston, the ,1 I :J Lndipo' nadv: ,nVe.ir" i' ".i
mi senior having been buyer RiinyIrkirf -
H line the t 25(10( ;vard* L"u-d..1 l*> ant Fruit 44 '
\ I. i i i'' .ti-uO'' > I for one of the largest dry goods hOIlS" j r.-.:. =.::::==:::: =:::='::::=-= :::: '::::== ;:=:::::::: ::: =U l matched f) 1O.tI', .....rth 10c tom I Day pinraM .-'nJill wo:.I..I.wuth ,,1'I
I. 117U, TorgensenCPtCleared. : VUST. ke $4s IIpr vial sal'- SUSpach.: ; t t
at .I.
i emit
: es in "'{'?t Florida! and is thoroughly i| v S 52bS'5t i y.ird. I Cd LirflM1 Black u.tJ Colored)

coun'rsantith the needs of the ;! /T- ; Monday 10 (0) yard 4 1 Dubk.icix-J 1L,- Worsted Skirts, worth |1 i0, special I + :
I 'I I! me tip, worth lie! to nuke room, at sal.lII sach.. '
i i.'., KJ3; Gloria, bv Heith2i1ag1 j j.ni trade. With not a yard of old :| I 1 r.;. .J H.c yard.IUy !. 37 Lidip.' Bhck T.i1orptlllr.rl! Figordi'kirtsw.rtlr2iAJto56epeciai- r -
( '; in their store they will doubtless : ,: / ': 1
goods r: ; yapdl1) -I Gold B'-nid S -f-ot : :;
\ i s rtu: \itJUltt'r 'I receive a large: share rf the rn ce.2-: ; ; $ : \\T.IIII in ', woo ii !><,'. to nrike room at 13 ,' Sit I.. U i' to $1 9!; pI'h. t 11 >
Sp.lldo1I : 1'
trade carrying much of it with them e I| 11 r' ( I l I ytrd 100 doz: .MftnV Ail; Wool Oarnel'- + .:
business connections. I. ti, i.J (( 1 IWI .vM-lol I Pmeral m"Jc1pc! H nr U'ifier-hirt! worth f I 50. a 'W:- ,i.I i.
,1ft from their I t rJ ..t .If I ,, ('"' ( i .,h..tI.h'r h 2 j'.I. to t.Qjkefo<,m.1 i il bi I ; drawers to match, in Whjl". rr
: IJK..S! I I!I I, L1 +',{:__.. rJ ( 1 .( I tt 181 sited Red .tad F-fsrn colors. '
) ../J.. '\0'",:. Givipr( \ 1 I IJ ( I 2i d Iii:, Ii'rv's at)1 GH'?' Rlbljf"1RJd #
I Id' 1 \ ; Hlfachodh
\ ,.al "iOynJlot P"PPH' ..
1 hree Mcrths. {l Fle C'U Lined r
I 1rUrt<:: : T.: A Severe Coil far I I'rha 5"" 25== .c, ;; : >t i .IV.T' -i 'Scco mike roouiit : uderihijt* at '
2Vdrivers to nlatr t. a
i foH'iwi'i.! l let.r fn m A. J :1 i ?) .i.J.
:' 24 doz. Boy'i and iirl's! .t
Gray a''JUfc'J
lltte-cilP! Ind. tell-
II of ,
r..m."ub.r foil
I rfusbaum. WI' carry a Han of A'l Wo .j Uadr-hif- Soc '
i :MK NEWS by I). F. |i ii it; own story: I suIT *J f'-r thru .1 s GAUL" .I'G (( ) fi-ivf.' I'.rr-. him 3 ',> 16 age, ati i iI dr WI r; tom'ttch.V i4 +

i month will! a severe *iM. A drop ,. I{' I jrf{*"tf t", -.1foV rjb'dy. t| .. cirry a full tint of Lad!.;.'. 11 r'cMf.n's.d
I, : jll dos '.i.... IftV" Frf'wh N"ck I : Riy'- brt! (irL! .'
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.;" "'1. 1 11 gi-t prepaid me some' lJiJ'ojicill"' I M.-- .-.o 'I' d. -'ur:;. #,)"ciil rise ; j jI th- r we tan a.v VII" 'i'i .:,11.H"mimu"'rW rthOr 1 y

t.t ** ...* ....*.\ 7; O : and :tt'by-ICil0 prr,.('f.h.il for DI'. : Embroideries si r[ ; T w r- .:,. i II *' :rr.a. fail ling W .

.. .;i 3-11: yftllid not hW\"p. I theft tried nSel1tings. I till..ni'I. :.- .fi i"," c"rl L.j: U". of Mmtloll.r. ; I'otLrr.! r It'u,,, t at 50c osi "
......'.) oS : Fol*'j"-- Hosier anti Tir and ehtloecnreJ I der- : r. ':..r > illt' -pee..lt :)(; ; I '.Vo "111 .J.\ tin >ii out at t ,: ;
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WORTH 8 1-3 AND 10. {
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White will : ,
.Mr. Jawi
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Tlo PepaIM Tl........... Point of View

The British turf goes on expanding Mrs. Newrlch (In art store)-What! iAllKABLEES

end reaches further and further season A thousand dollars for that little picture

.( after season. Official figures show that ?

in England, Ireland and Scotland In Dealer-Yes, ma'am. You see, It's --

1002 almost 2,000 running races were lone in oil, and genuine oil paintingsare

A decided, and the total amount won In rather esjieusive. Are FIRE Made Duly Frt Iu

Story stakes and purses and other prizes was Mrs Xl'wrich-Yrs, I suppose so. The

in round numbers equal to more than oil trust monopoly is certainly gettingto Charge 1111le Eei Cross: Ptni.

I 52,500,000.! The outlook for 1903 Indicates be something terrific.-Chicago News.

still larger figures to come. King Cues Who are Lecal- d ai l III i i'ilt:

Edward Is extremely fond of the national Effective.Bjenks .

oftheFlo0There sport of his realm and spares no Do you believe In thepossi CUsae Jtreet-SenicB! fir, Hne

effort for its advantage The thorough- bility of the cure of disease by suggestion -

bred was never In higher esteem and ? Months are Giro Free ti All! IE.Taliis .

never more popular than now.A Bjinks-Why, certainly. I was feeling -
was a cloud burst and the grocery store basementwas pretty sick last week, and my wife Ito Call da;> lira E jj.

flooded. Magazine Pencil.A suggested that I go to a doctor and it
partly fire March 21
perpetual pencil Is now manufactured cured me right away.- Somervilla ,

The grocerman sent the boy down to see if any damagehad in which conical shaped leads descend (:Mass.) Journal.

upon pressure of the cap into A staff of eminent phyM I been done to the stock stored there. what Is practically a split cone, and for Slandering a Noble Profession. hare geons at from tbe the Ked Croat Mrdirai i.. ''' F'
Caller (behind the scenes-You) have ureentsolteitatfon lI'III..tnumb..r ;
this reason these points are held much of patients under theircara la'r
15 minutes passed and the boy failed .to return;' 3o more firmly than by any means heretofore been doing this kind of work for twen- c of. untrv ttielatlliuteiu, established this n pormaav. ,i ;,.. _"
ty years and acting the part of the city nl
minutes and still no boy. Then the grocerman investigated.He known simply because a cone lain all that time \11-1 111 West Chase
within a cone naturally secures rigid- Street.The .
Yl'teranctor Yes rather
found the boy there all right seated well above ity. A simple pressure on the cap givesa eminent gentlemen hate -0 ,
twenty I was a real detective !
like years. give their services entirely trnt '
new sharp point It Is filled a
high water mark; a package of Uneeda Biscuit in his repeating rifle with small conically I before I went on the stage.-Chicago i w ntoolbslitedtclneeIcepteditoSt bo call upau them for trcntm n teast

hand; his mouth full of the contents. sharpened pieces of lead and the mag- I Tribune.

i I azine holds about twenty pieces when I QnlcLett "'0,.. Bttra Nw.! aa. Mara! siTh l

"What in the name of common sense have you been fully charged. Mr. Kidder-People say that it is: ..<. services consist! not oMiltatmn. '
examination and ud\
I .
A doing down here all this time?" inquired the Impossible to find a needle In a haystack of minor surreal I operations .
e grocerman. Aged While Yon Walt but they're wrong. The oMi'ct in iur.ulng I. .,
1 Is to bcc'ime
The boy looked with natured The ancient Persian carpets which Mrs. Kit.ltler-Ilow would you go i iqunintcd wnbtbo rapidly sick 8nd and Rill""T-!,'
a good grin I'I
up ; gulfed '
each dernnc .
nditloii t
many wealthy people tramp over i about it? wltl any chlll *

once or twice; finally gained control of his speech and replied: I other to buy are now being mannfac- :f[! Sir. Kidiler-Walk across the stack I b menthe>! niHde In for all any who hprvtiv call' *twforn render
tured in Persia and when finished are j: i in my stocking feet.-Denver llepub- !I The doctr rs treat nil forms of .
"Geel! I found laid down in bazaars and trampled : 1 lican. j deformities. and guarantee a euI
ajn't a spoiled package of Uneeda i: <.,.<.. tbev and-rr..Ii... ct ttij <
e for weeks according to the I I I I Ii
upon age j \'I"thofltlilb .nlniUipr. '- '
I Biscuit yet. I've opened and tried all of this big pile required, by foot passengers and donkeys i j i ('an'I-JlfO-lt, Tlint.I !) If,nonrabl alwt"fvt<> you fcre frankly MM
s >: +.daeatnstsprndm.
here, and this is the last package. They're just as good I mules and camels. When ImmI -i I I Street Car 1"'Ilate-You patrons unless treat m"nt. ..

I cleutly battered up they are rolled up i i ore a mighty narrow lot, I must say. !I Mi'e' and f"ina'e' wenkne, i itjcttarrbal

and fresh as ever!I"MORAL.A and shipped to the United States and 1 j l'atron-Ilow can we help jt? We turN. iDitr.deafness.cancer;and also all war cti..''v >trectuurarepustt1Tety

sold a9 being from 50 to 500 years old. were broad enough until we were Iprl's'l..l I cured by i >
hungry boy will "spoil" more good, fresh treatment.Their .
into our present width by
chinas-opiate surgeon of ,
Uneeda Biscuit than cloud burst.
a Sufficient. ing jammed into those human !;Ll'-I' tut" wilt bo in personal chxrgtnffleesN" .
"I don't believe that half diiierii's. lit West I has DID I r.
the stories Baltimore
Protected from dampness and dirt by the In-er-seal Package. American. Da. 111. to 7 p. 111. tuodsysll/a. u, u
the tell
gossips are _n_ __ _ _
"Neither do I," answered Miss Cay-

I NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY enne. "But half a plenty."-Washington ;

Star. WICKS & co.

I The Responsibility Placed.

iI1 rFp "Not"So their at all.marriage Marriage was Is a all failure.right" It 'Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter

was the man and the woman who were ,

y 54 Babylonian Creation Legends. The silk HaU AVorn In London. Appropriating a Creit. failures."-Philadelphia Press.
!. The story of the (,creation as told on I No. 6 South Palafox
There are always two kinds of Bilk There is a restaurant keeper with anew Street.

the clay tablets of ancient Babylon, Is hats each of the l>ost quality, on sale and capacious place on the
upper Kinds
M interesting. Several deities A Weak Stom.chcause3 ot Plumbing and Gas Fittings!: Materials Kept on Band
appear to In London. One Is the strictly fashionable I west side about whom a story is going
have been regarded as iu existence at I a weak body and invites dis- 9ycrIClPRONF. ..11\ 'wU'.ann A. P9Ar4
model "the'Jatcst, or whateverone the rounds. This "mine host" makes

44'' 1 the beginning of things. At (least two, may choose to call It, which Is retails -: no secret of the fact that when he arrived ease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures

Apsu aiwl Tiauiat represented chaos, fn tl.e west end at from a guineato in America as a youth he had and strengthens the stomach, and

and the former rebelled against the 2."i; shillings. The other is the style more fingers and toes than dollars and wards off and overcomes disease. J. SAMUEL

pods in consequence. The chief struggle which immediately preceded it and has that it is due to his own industry that R. Taylor, a prominent merchant ofChriesm' CHARLES,

was lictwron him and Ha whose "go11e nit" although the quality is unclriuged. he now can command his little
j''' fOnt Rt'l, created the world. Man was'!'I This is usually called the r>f cooks waiters and other help.'hen eat becalm+nTex.say9 of a weak: "I Ptomach.could not I BCCT AND SHDE MAKER
made Manruk
by who In spite of the "city" hat and costs li shillings. Thel1istiu'liouls he opened an addition to his rooms recently lost all strength and run down in ,

difference !iu name may have bleu ideuj j a wry peculiar one Em- his friends were surprised to weight. All that: money could do .L a REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

tical with Uel. The creatiuu of moans :i I payees of large; London commercial I see a crest emblazoned conspicuouslyou was done, but all !hope of recoveryvanished. I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes: Leather Findings.

was the ('ull1llnatin'ut of the hisI| houses are not expected to be up to the various parts of the wall. The glassware Hearing of some wonderful

lory. Manuuk toted Ca that he intend- hilt in fashion awl if they are It isure also bears the crest cures effected by ue of Kodol I 'PIIO.NK 61{. IOi SOl'III P.iLlF1yTIfFFT.: .
I'd to his task and concluded to try it. The first bottle
jHTform asked his
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to be resented 1
s by their employcr say 1'at said a friend recently, ':
' J father to behead him. Man was to he ,, A London city magnate would! not be "whore did you get that crest?" I'hpnefittedme bottles I full and after restored taking four
fl made out of Maruiuk's blood and lone.t am to mv Iu..nal | J. E. Dujjuissox % BROTHER
I| seen wearing the same shape hat as "That belonged to a king of my name strength, weighth and health. ,

', Manauk appears to have survived decapitation j I one of his bookkeepers and FO the In Ireland" was the reply Hargis Pharmacy, John Sheppard: "I, "OIlSElt TAItltAGO.N.l AND INTRNl/F.CI.1: hlKKKTS.

as he subsequently took j great army of salary drawers keep justa "And I suppose you were one of the Sidney Kahn.
part in the councils of the gods. behind the Dealers In
Many parallel* between these bondholdiug com royal family? n____ ___ ________ ___
legends munity. "Well, I don't know," was the confidential
and the Hebrew story of the creation Choice Staple and Groceries
reply. "I looked it up in the <# Family *#
can be detected by scholars. The OPERAHOUSE ,
A Caution to Sweetheart Astor library. There were several hundred

t idea that seven days were devoted to the In 1834 the Primitive Methodists of years to account for, but I thoughtI'd Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too rainy to enumerate,

work may have long antedated Abra Burnley Issued an edict against Sunday take a chance."-New York Times. J. 31. CO] and are Warranted to be the Best the Market Affords and can be

. hams time. The oldest tablets yet discovered courting. They regarded it as PO Manager. Relied on. We can Duplicate any Ordpr Given Ui During the

r are not originals, but copies.! serious an offense against the dignityof Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Part of the City.
> These date buck only CCS-CHi B. c. Finding More :Hnterlal. OXE> Ml* 4. r O\Li K M
I the Sabbath that they actually l'a5- "IIow large Is your Mammoth cave?" MAR COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.
rr <-d in solemn and sober earnest the following WEDNESDAY, 4
asked the
foreign tourist
Itentnn and HI* A\'Ife. stern and autocratic minute P.O. Box326.
: J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.
o "Nobody knows exactly, said the native. ,
' Senator Benton of Missouri was a i I "That we Jo not allow youn; m'nlnd PHONE 66.
"It's so large though and
: model of tenderness and devotion to young women of our society to court Lady MinstrelsAND FAU1ily G-x-ooor
.. get lost In it so easily that when a
: -, 1 's Invalid: wife. It seems that during with each other Jn Sunday; neither do
is about -
man to explore it makes his
if- 1 T later years her iiilii'l became 1mj we allow our single men and womento
j will and wishes his weeping friends
: rt j ilred l.y a p.irilytie stroke" but shei walk in the street together; arm iu -

I ever failed to ivrnguizo Lor husband arm at any: time; neither lo we allow gaodbyo"Most A. :M:
astonishing! I never heard that AverySUCCESSOR
, and was fond of being near him. Once them to I't\IIIl: at street corners chatting before!h' Living Pictures .
IJ when her dj>tiu iii.slied busload was together."
"< ih. well of course. It isn't quite sobad
entertaining: a foreign prince in the -- ( TO AVKKY t WOOLFOLK.)
that. I
as was only joking.
i drawing room Mrs. B"lItulIIllie to Grout's nO/I{ g.. [Entry ia foreign tourist's notebook: The Hottest Thing on Earth IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
: the tloor In a state of undress and General Grant always yielded In a

, stood gazing rt her husband. The attention sort of whimsical way to his( vife's "Another curious custom among Americans I
is that when they tell an amazing HARDWARE.
7t' ', of the corai'any brio,; attracted domination of himself and bis; affairs. lie they call it a joke.-Cbicago Prices :-25,50, roc Ilnd $1.00.>

::If in her direction. IVnlon turned to ieeL11 The family" ran the household: as it I
,1 Tribune. Slants tmsale at Cos's Bookstore
what the attraction was. On perceiving pleased without much reference to noon.ONE Mondayat Iron, Nails, Axes Shovel 1-. :.w iw Mill and Steamboat

"t his poor wife he immediately rose, General Grant's predilections. Onceat True Mercy."Prisoner. I rinpplies, Cooking and Heittifc ;Stoves, Paint, Oils

went to her took her tenderly by the the railway station iu Galena he NIGHT ONLY, Window Glass Guns, hitoiand Fishing Tackle.
said the judge! "you are
: hand nnil. Kiding her into the room, called the attention of a friend to :11tru..kloa.1 convicted of bigamy, of having married FRIDAY, MAR. 61 Agate and Tinware ana I'lil efurnislliug Goods.

\ Mid, "My dear Prince So-and-so: : of trunks ready for shipment
two wives. Have plea formercy
you any AGENS
"I> that ?" he asked ijW BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL CO IPANY-wl
cast o see pile
ruiiH-e(, Mrs. I'.cMitou. sir. Then nfI you
before the sentence of the court "You laugh, and laugh, and laugh,
: "That is the Grant baggage. 110 Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery
ffctioimtdy placing a has-wk for her you imposed on ?" and when you have finished laugh.
you wheel O' Liftin
} & Rand Powder
$ by the side of Us chair he resumed see that little black valise away up on "Yes judge; said the prisoner. "Give ing1, you laugh at what you have .n Iron King; and Buck Stoves Co.and, Johnson's Wm Kilsoin. -
his seat. \rnl..K'i\ii' one of his hands top? That's mine." been laughing at."-N. Y. Herald.
me as big a sentence in jail as you Coups A Co. a Raw Hide Lace Leather Masury's
: In hers fur her tu toy with be went on can." Made Railroad Colors.

with the "Yes it's a fine house, Mandy," admitted Masonic Temple @ Pensacola Fla.
quick to take in the situation and "I want to keep out of the clutches of ,
adapted himself to the occasion with the prim au.l angular Aunt Ita- Jno. C. Thos. H.
those two wives as long as I can, and along I
consummate while! nil the Mis- drat to whom all Its magnificence
tact J jail sentence will be true mercy.I.altiwore .'"
sourlans affected.Slrnlnrtl seemed a sinful waste of money "an TIME TABLE.
were deeply Herald.An .
I I 8upixe there's" really no room forimprovement. WISE & RICE

I llrlutiuiin. LOUISVILLE AND
Indenlrable Place.Weary NASHVILLE RAILROAD'
t It took place in a dairy. "Oli, yes. auntie; 1 have that, too" In the Tremedous Hit
y Wrales-lII'Y: : You won't Laughing IN EFFECT DECEMBER: 1. 1111)1
i The dairjman was pouring large; said her city nieee. showing her into
quantities of milk through a fine wire the elegant little apartment where she pit nothin decent in dere. Dem people) New
is vegetarians. "ARE YOU A MASON? and Mobile.
,. netting. usually dressed for dinner.-Chicago
Hungry Hank-Is dat right?
There were microbes in the milk. Tribune.
Weary Wragll'S-Yt'h. au' dey got No.8. too.NoL No.1.
. a No.1. so.L
Other microbes by the hundred were The Comedy RUCC"PS of Two 7:1 a 11:16: m lltffi p Leave Penl&eola_Arrln 6:00. foo 1:00 II
; hitting on the edge of tile crock andgayly Wrote a "Ilnd Hand." dog w'at ain't-Philadelnhia Press, Continents. 8r.J a 1:21 p 1O'l. Leave_ YlomatoD Leave 1:5.5 a 1:110 p 7:11I11:
11:00. f:22p 1:511. Leave_ Mobile __ Leave
i looking on. During the war a paper from General DeWiet's Witch Hazel Salve. '__'__1 1:26p 7:30. I."e _Npw Orleans,_ Lene 12.n'eastp 1lIln T26a :OOp

Their relations were being strainedU .- Meigs passed through the hands of The Po iir1110r'gtoal! : New York Cast !

t Baltimore .\ .': General :Sherman: and is today preserved only positive cure for blind, North.

with this indorsement upon it in bleeding and itching and protract

Science t<> the ll'mrue. General Sherman's well known hand: ing piles cuts, burns, bruises, eczema Matinee and Night, 7 No.1. I No. f. No.1

I I'kl"'I\t'r-lIHI any way IH-OIJ discovered "I heartily concur in the rCCOWWl'ndation and all abrasion of the !'kln.DeWltt's SATURDAY, MAR. I ll:06pm 11:15 p m Leave Pen'acola Arrive .:OOpm I No.:OO.m I.
to kill the pcstS that destroyGreat of the 1 I 8:15 a m 6:57 p m Arrive_ Montgomery _Lease 11:16 a Ie 1I:1Ii p m
quartermaster general, ii the only Witch Hazel 11:1ii am I' 9t()t pm Arrtn_ btrmtnghamLeave 8:38 a m /:06
I 1? t-arllet,? but I don't know what he says." Salve that U made from the pure T:06 p m 1:10. m Arrl1'8Nalb1'llie .,.,Lean _... p m
First Presentation Here of
JOSEPHARfHUn'S 131 a m !Illa m ArrlnLoal..1I18 .._
t Sel'ntst-Yt's.! madam. Talcup unadulterated witch hazel-all others 7Oam: I 11:6i. m Arrlv8ClnClnnatlLene.Leave I15 p m li6. m

the carpets hang them on a line Better than Gold counterfeits.+. DeWitt'81'ilch Beautiful 7:20" m 1:10 p m Arrive u_ ..Mt. Louis Leave 115 8Mpm p m 1I:16pm 116 m
and beat them with a heavy stick.Vill Hazel Halve Ii i made to care-coun- Melodrama, _

"\ that kill the insects?" "I was troubled for several years t'rfeita are made to sell. HargU; PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.No. .

"l"es. madam if hit them." with chronic indigestion and nervous Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Bidney
you II-DalI1. No. No
stop where
I Kahn. I-Dal111 i time not shown No. 2-D.lly INo. Pi-bias
debility," writes F. J. Green, of Lost River I .
t 11:65 pm. 7:00. m Leava_Penaacota_Arrtve I
NASAL CATARRH quickly yields 10:10 pmfIJQ m
Lancaster, N.H. "Xo remedy helpedme 11:16 Q.lltb' 7:11" ". nobemla_ 10.81" P
to treatment by Ely's Cream Balm until I began using: Electric Bitters L W. PEAKE 11:10": '1:111" YnleUr. __ 10:" 1:04"11:01 H
which is IIsrrel'ablyaromatic. It i* which did me more good than 1:28" 7:18" .. .Esesmbla" 10n" em"
received through the n ostriiscleanses No. 30 Pouch Palafox "strept keeps U:1IIi l 7:15: Mulat M 10:21" 666'
all the medicine I used.
ever They 12:11II" 7m" ___
; Harp __ II
and heal' the whole surface call bells, wires and all 10:11 1:60':
( kinds ot: M
11:50 7:16"U'l
have kept my wife in elcf'lIenthealth : CU1_ 10:16"
which it diiluses itself A electrical supplies. Have Direction of JULES MURRY. 12:11II" I II 17":
over remedy for She Elec him do 7:18" lUltou. .. II 10:10" IJJ":
for nasal catarrh: which is drying years. says ; your work. Call phone 203. 1:110 am M _Good RaDI'_ N __ M gjy "
tric Hitters am just splendid for 1:15" 1:14" __,
A Pastoral Love Story Uolt5.-_ 11:11II" M
or exciting to the diseased membrane
female :o 1:80" _
trouble; that they are a Ml1Ill.n __ I to u ':11"
should not be used. Cream Cleaning ladies skirts and .:31 1:88 u _Crel\1'lew II
grand tonic and invieorator for weak waists Direct from its Phenomenal Run inn :11" fOO
Balm is recognized as a specific. 1:00" IM. .....D eer Land "
: 1:66" 1If"
is ot .
run down women. No other medicine i one ( -r specialties. Star Lan. New York. 1:21" pale "
Mossy Head II
Price 50 cents at druggists or by mail.A I. 1.0" 1:18
can take its place in our fan i dry. '::01" 186" II .LefnalakSpringl. 1:11" I:" M
cold in the head immediately disappears ':18" .:" __ "
ly. Try them. Only We. Sitisfaction 50PEOPLE50MaRniflcemt Argyle 7:" If 1:11"
when balm is d. ':60' 1:67' _
cream u'e Ponce 4. LeoL7:28 II 1:11"
Ely Brothers, Warren street New eaaranteed by W. A. D'Alem- Hot Rolls, at 5 P m.. lOo ioo" 10:10 I __.Weityni6- 7:11 I. 1,6"
I berte, 121 South Pal if etreet. ':08" 10:11' _
York ox a doz., at Solomon's. Bcenerv, Thoroughbred; LU ", Cal'JT1Ut_ 7:11" I:fg "
10aJ' _Bonlfa1_ 1:1\6\ '+ II
-- Horses, Bicycle Rice' Old Toll 1:00" 107" _Cblpley_ M 1:11 II I 1:17:
casTOR I Gate,Country Orchestra, ':10" 11m" .. --Cononc1.I._ 1:111" I UII rasa
gstbe 1I4td106NateAIE7sBar! Shepherds, Etc. 7:00" 11:211" ..._.W.rl.DDA_ ':00" I Itlf ..
Laxative[ Rromo Oumine 7:10" 11:16" ".. _Cypress_ 1i:1JII" 11:15 1m
w '''-.f-tIZ- I PRICES-Matinee and 50 cent?. 7.0" 11:61" _anDd Rldge-- 1:31" Ii"
.r V&r"CQ'kz. ) Night, 25, 60, i5c and |1. 7:61.I' UOII noon Kneads 61" low
Cm a a Cold k One Day, 1D2 Days. 25c 1:11 UII" ArtiyeBtverranei1onLeave i:1O I 10:1.II


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lIUcua CATARRHs I Children and Late Homri. NEW HORTSTOIUES Thousands Hare Kidney TtcmMe
said a well known
ISGSI.1IIL' Put children to bed
early. If you have Curse
Gcrm to look after your children yourself Btortw About Claditone. and Don't Know It. writer, "the first 'queen of society' that

.'OtCTARR' don't let them sit How To Find Out. I met She was a Scotchwoman who
: up as a rule on
In address the
an at unveiling a
any terms. You need and ought to have Fill a bottle or common glass with your married an American while be was In

a some time to yourself for rest and recreation statue of Gladstone at Glasgow Lord water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a Europe. Humors xme before !her to his OP

and it will be bad for the children Rosebery told! some stories of the dead sediment or set- home of her brilliant success In Lon- > '

Iin as well as yourself It you don't statesman. "Most men," lie said, "are tling indicates an don society and In the Austrian court

Cream Balm get It. The Important thing is, get your physically brave, but Mr. Gladstone unhealthy tion of the condi-kidneys where her brother held a diplomatic DRINK

thoughts directed! Into fresh channels was brave among the brave. lie had ; if it stains position, and when she arrived with :,

-.$II.v:"#,and IontaI1no pkft&flt C\'t'i or in time you will find it difficult'totalk to the end the vitality of physical cour- U your linen it is her husband the society of the little t

:. lrlO1! drue."rbIlt yo: ,C" or think of anything except the age. When well on to ninety, he was evidence cf kidney city where he lived was soon at her 1 CURED BY

:. ;.IW khh lollI'f: COLD 1P4 HEAD I Iut I house and the children. .- knocked over by a cab, and before the trouble; too eet. I .
onCI'. frequent desire to "I was a child of t'lve'Isltlng In WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.
I bystanders could rally to his assistance
-,., ari'l cleanses tne Nasal Passagrg Lamp ".Iek.. pass It or pain in a country house near the town.
?, lllrt I"luKtllln. Heals and Protects I be had pursued the cab with a the back is also i "One morning some one said 'There 1:
the Si-nan of If a lampwkk proves troublesome So tear. No oi4or. ( In in
Vi. 'a"11Histores Taste convincing proof that the on girt ylatiej I .t
: and blad-
a' View of Its number. In regard kidneys
lt', -ize 5 lr* not
', I move up easily. der are out of order. trattrtea, Oi.coffee mthout palient'i tnorltJye.White iJ:j,
e ? rial! MZ* Wo l.v niall. to his genius for hard work Lord Rose to see coming: through the trees n stout, II
iIl-,1 K1.Y: I'.UOTHERS try drawing a thread or two from one What to Do. Ribbon Itemed? willcureordvttrorthedlseaifrt r'

56; Warren -trtet.New York. side. III turning out a lamp do not blow bery said: "An eight hour day would There Is comfort in the knowledge so freckled red haired woman without a nhether appetite tbe pttleutu for alcoholic a confirmed ittmulanti. 1';

straight/: down on It, but across it, first have been a holiday for him, for he often expressed. that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- single agreeable feature in her face. Inebriate a tippler" social drinker cr ji, i
-TT---; i- U'.J.'lCEI1'J.taID.oWDerl! Root the great kidney fulfills "I was amazed and disgusted. But drunkard. jmpo.tbleioranyonetobayesia .'
turning the wick far down. When preached and practiced the gospel of every appetite for aicob'lto liquori after iiiinc t 1 :'It
wish In when she in and talked to I
curing rheumatism, In the came me .
NKITIIKK thw ) trimming a wick do not cut off thelJf.n work to its fullest extent When he pain White ltlbbonitemedy I I t
back, kidneys, liver. bladder and sat breathless under a charm never
: consignee! ur the Nor bk tinder, as it helps In relighting; at in 1S70 he every part Indorsed by Membeis or W. C. T. U. 41'
was staying Dalmeny ,
; of the
it :tt1} \vleiii'ir will be responsible rub urinary passage. It corrects Inability felt III my life efore. I was her slave
debts contracted a cloth over It to remove stray kindly consented to sit for his bust. hold of Wo'J..
fr by tbe to water and scalding! pain in passing from that moment Her fascinationwas Mre.Moore.pII''' superintendent
"tl ....Q \.1. bits. The only difficulty was that there was It, or bad effects following of m D"* Christian Temperance enlOn.80- j i
ere liquor, "
H \ !oES.II wholly in her voice. It was low bra, (California writes: "1 have tested ,
.r. Captain. no time for sittings, so the sculptor wine or beer. and overcomes that unpleasant! v> bite Klbbon Remedy on very obstinate
clear musical. The woman's nature
ItIU On the Shore. with his clay model was placed opposite -: necessity of being compelled to go often drunkard". nd the cures have been many.In t
"How sweet It would be to lire alone during the and was expressed In It-unpretentious, many canes tbe Remedy was ,I\'I'o8&-
day, to times !
: Kit the captain owners Mr. Gladstone as he worked andthey get up many cretly. I cheerfully recommend and Indorse !
i1\ consignees of tbe Uer ts with you In yonder lighthouse! he spent the mornings together-Mr. during the night. The mild and the extraordinary keenly sympathetic, but, above all. White Kibhon Remedy. Members of i.
!! will be responsible for whispered, tenderly."Y effect of Swamp. oot is soon genuine. It was her one power, but it our Union are itellxtert to find an economical 1<
LtiI contracted by the crew Gladstone writing away and the clay trt-n'racnt aid at In oar .
realized. It stands the for its temperance
she murmured abstractedly, highest won- was Irresistible.
ufa.L d r..I. figure of himself, loss than a yard off. derful work." .
cures of the
"and do light l.lOusekeeplng.-Smart distressing cases. 'J. 1
W s.l\t\o'HtHO.: lltpl"ln gradually assuming shape and form. If you need a medicine you should have the oeneruii. Druggists by mail II. Trial package !

.nPIga3. : !HI Set. Anything! mere distracting I cannot best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$1. sizes. Father! (visiting\ son at collegePret.ty free by writing! Mrs. A. M Townsend (for tJ" I

conceive but it had no effect on the You may have a sample bottle of this good cigars you smoke, my boy. I years secretary of a Woman's Christ- .. 3

busy subject.! Here. Is another story: wonderful discovery -' cant afford cigars: like these. ain Temperance Union), 218 "Fremont '
1- xative grOKO QuJKfflS. ".\ of his at Eton: and a book that tells t I' -
owe fill
J -_ 0: % onevcry contemporary more about it.both sent .. Son-Fill your case, ; your St, Boston, Mass. Bold: inPensacolaby
a Col in One Day,Grip in 2 Days J Wtbox.. 25c told me of u M-oiio, at which my informant absolutely free by mail cnse-IIarvarll Lampoon.lie I Hannah Bros.21 ". l'alaoi St
; was present whm sonic loose -
Address Dr. Kilmer & nora of Bw.mp.Root.;;; '1
li'lirate toi t was proposed and lla. to Work Hard Too. .
or > I
Co., Binghamton. N.Y. When writing mention -
all present drank it but .vows E;'.ad- : reading this generous offer in this paper.Don't Miss Sweetly-What's Mr. Ilardup I ;J"i 1I

J A- VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT. StnIt('. In spile of thi, slonn of ulju-- Joins for a living now? I CMICHCSTER-S ENCLISM !
ja I ini, objurgation and ri'litili'! that make any mistake, but re- (:eorge-Ch.) anything that his: rich I f EriNVROVt t 'n.L9( ? 1 ,,

\I'1I111111Ilil.l.l. he iu.initil his fa< e.as lnenttr the name: Hwuinp Root. wife tells!! him.-Comic CutsThere '.. IhSeliJ I' ,."h-.y "....1..... 4.:
VAN PELT BROTHERS raged : Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Hoot and theaddrns Ji': ..'t ti-i. *.....re. I 001.<..... I$11 "-...'..
it were. down ill itis haiuls on the .A"4. ;''' ('II/'Ju.-n w. J.M.1.I..UR .
Birghanuon. Js. Y., on e.'c-- -- iia lt 1> "I.ii "01 I.... ....... t'
Are Exception .. .., .... .
table and would not budge. bottle.! 'b..th 'I.l .b.Ie. II
GARDEN STREET GROCERS every all sons turn. I'Io y "WWCITOUB <*ub.Utulttfi anil iBitla
.It I is salt that parsons'
... .
K *
-- I CT y* '"icii: uf *ol 4c.K >
cut to be worthless. I >o you believe it?" t ..**.. fci l*.rt'ryt...*. 1..1..1".
Have Received Kince the Holidays a Fresh Line of A Zt'-x Caplnre.The Tin" to Avoid Coal Smoke. "Oh dear, no! Some parsons have -as'----\ X" yl SI .i.1.,1..*.' **IflU-f. Iu'.au fur 4.I..ona.....r."'.."".".S h..<.lk r**.

chef d'u-nvre of Senator I'.erry In a lecture recently Dr. David! T. 10 sons, you know." ........" f...oil.. r'.ru..>." ..dl_4.hit. "krttrf....-.. "brovl'hl.,>._1 Jft<'.,

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, is a description of a company of ('011' Day chief of the division! of mineral resources

fwloraU' ret ruibt hi l'nlllUltlu\'I1 during of the geological! survey gave

Fruits Nuts and all the Delicacacies of the Season. military operations along; the Mississippi some valuable advice regarding the use
1 which l.e sometimes tells as a of bituminous coal, telling how to get The Star Laundry r

Our (jood4 are Arming Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting the sort of couiittr irritant when Senator rid of soot. lie said: "If at the time i:

!-'f'e gi-ts rumpaiit: with a iiowirfultMilng the soft coil; fire I is started"another fire! ;

Best, Freshest and Cheapest. ; story breathing the atmosphere of paiH-r I.e started' above the coal tl.e Biggest, Busiest, Best I 'If'

of his camp on the Range-ley snot which always rises with the buildIng II

VAN PELT BROTHERS Time Arkansas senator's recruit were of these fires, will he destroyed, doIng 11 ,ifJf
I veritable I a ttI'I' l'1llaliolls. They knew away with the most annoying feature .

nothing of tactics or discipline. AI- of bituminous smoke." '
TELEPHONE NO. 231 ..Z o* .* 3J EAST GARDEN ST. They Speak .t

Hair to COOk Spaghetti.An ,

ancient kitchen tool recently revived \

is tEe salamander Iron, which [for Themselves !

Classified Advertisements. S I.t may be made one of the most useful of .

fancy appliances says the New York '.',
Evening 1'ost. The salamander Is a We let the Shim, Collars

round disk of iron. quite thin aud fiat. and Cuffs we Launder speak for 1,

and fastened to a wooden handle theD1 t-lveb. They will talk louder ,

A When thoroughly heated over coals, .Lat. we can. We want to be judged
the Iron is held close to pastry meringues
aoie DY the work we do than ty .
etc., coloring them a beautiful .
what we sav.
brown. A delicious dish of spaghetti '

I .( ).....r. is made by boiling;; the paste in :
to learn barber
------ f
< !lass Viniagrette with trade. Tool*, diplomas, positions salted thickly water with,parmesan seasoning cheese.and sprinkling At the) ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Called !for and DolimodFm. : :

'! tf. time required by our methods of last moment hold' the salamander ('clos TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. ; i'
to the cheese long enough to scorch it -
steady practice, expert instructions '

V' i: eanvased-baeked ftc. Catalogue milled free.Moler slightly.! There is a i-iijuancy al>out WALKER INGEAHAM, Manager.p. .

cont lining names : Huber College 128 Carou- spaghetti cooked; iu this way that i i.-* 1 'Iti
.. '.*written iu indelible delet ..treet. XPW Orleans, Li.VAN1'ED5Q ., .. S "Mt._. ,/ /i (/. never forgotten by those who oiKf -_- --. -_ -_.-_ 'Ii
i; ard for the re- 3.-___ t.iste it. .".'--... ...,-- ..- "" ;;.-...,... ;,...... .."-- ';' I. j I
in "Ulack ---- -- --- ., -- - >SI .'
..nice, H. U. or K. pupils ) __: __ __v--Y--y--v =fv--vc.=jVcvcA'. "
J. E. Clement. Ko.ir.0 and! White." By this system anyone _,_ : The Kasj Till. ( l' 1

I >n-i. 21f-tf cnn learn to draw anything De Witt's LittitEarly Risers do *
-== th, y wish any size. Even children not gripe nor Wl'akfllth... ystem.! Roberts & Dailey ]
ten years old can learn. Every They cure billoune.s, janiulice. {:

MONtY TO LOAN pupil endorses it. Come in and I constipation and inactive livers, hy -iEALERSIN---- "*
see for yourself. Otis A. Miller i arousing the secretion, moving the

/Studio in Salisbury Huilding. :: i bowels gently! yet erfectually, ardi
1 S
o -' tenable terms and 14 Il niEXCIIANGEAny .: i giving such tone and strength to the !jl CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
w. I .- ...... .. ''glands, of the stomach liver and : .,
.1!.1V.. 15UI.LAUD I one wanting a \\l" I bowels that the cause of the trouble! (?! *

_- s IM I if"x, l:p. talr""?'. finuuier home iu the moantaius : j L!is removed entirely. Theaefamui* : New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. ;l( 1(

J. \Vji.io.N, Manager. can exchange property in Florida i "little pills exert a decid d tonic ef- ;
-- Hr Houth lieoriri'i for equal value :-- I feet upon the organs involvtd, and (|;j FRESH SUPPLY OF (| 1 t

MONEY TO LOAN iu up Asheville to $10.0COoriels.N. C. Otis Will A.trade Miller up .- IT WAS GENERAL NiUI. !JO\\'. I'If i i. days their there use will continued be no return for a of few the (i.J'ij RALSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS |i;! : .>

Salisbury: Block, Peusacola. trouble. Hargis: PharmaeY'- Jhn i
II OF ALL KINDS. 1 !> .'
i j> '''!k, hor-e#, wagons; ;
HUm most defiant/ in clinging:: to the t'roe and I Hheppard: Sidney Kuhu.
!r iI i til ottif-r kinds of ; FREE DELIVERY TO : ;
habits of their rural csistriit-e ti riil
riiy ti
; ry. Undine:* pri- i.'OIt a4AL.1.
._- they am-pted army restrictions with ?
\ '
( 'tC giarantt-t-d. ; : '
.. ROBERTS & DAILY I .; 'Fl':
I I1&t.. A. A. Ki"hfT.2m -The most desirable ill grace. Hut they knew how shoot BEST FOR THE ,

tf lots in the city on f>asy terms by The fact that they were clad in rags 1;) :[If;:!}
218-220 St. East
the Fisher; Heal Estate Agency. did not affect their gd aim. and they Wright of Union Depot .'

M"V \ I > 1.0AXV. }t. Merl- 204!i South PaUfox. iSaIrnIt4.11t stopped short at uodmlof daring. Out DOWELS 'tri Plioiio 1 .(>. I't'lI&.al'ola, Tin. >*iIt
-- ---- --- ,
v. I" i A.:-eut.: Money to ( P'Dt.i. day during the operations! near 1'orl '.:'. .' -_ .;.__ .... _, ..__ .... ... ;- -- -._!. I
I ".._- .,_: _- ._: : .0.t'_?: ;..._: : .,_: : .f_::'.. .__ ...__ ..;__ : ,
'I' itiif rate of interest ---- ------ -- -- Hudson Mr. I'.erry observed a s'l\lallul If you Survn't a rimtnr healthy! morempnt of thbovrtj .t. t .
.. Ml. ::;R.\H EEmXEIlnnfac. errry day >uu'rt ill t>r iil l>e. Krep your
i-iiiity. OJHee 112 and his nondescript soldiers approaching: ;;: bow.-IIop.n.kn I"iPU.. K,rof.in lit nli*|>eu( vn>
i 'I a ;"Illtre t. tuner and dealer in Hair Goods, d-nt|*hT,ic-rp.II |<>t* .'..K clnitferouTli*> vmo< tb
with unusual pomp. One of tin-Hi r at, a..irf..-.t way of ket-iing tL0 towel '
II.tt4. Toilet
Article Hair Oil
!?, I iear an.. clean is tO take HALL & KLEIN
M II' '. I ; > ;l.KNI) ou unprovedui I I -tc., 320 West Oovetninent street; wore a brilliant gold sash nrcmiul his' CANDY :
dress sword at hi
nock and a splendid ,

-- i"W rate hire of t.r interest.K email. I I-' ):'ttitt.I sMIn their Illil1 walked a jrnllanlYankee : 1 CATHARTIC 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. ;

who Lad anti .
l .
I:in >i>ks. attorneyv 'If
Foil lU
hcuse build-
I i T-IIII'rt-ra
made captive, with all his accoutermiuts.
> I',dtfllX'St.. Kuher ]
t I and
leg 011 ground floor one stole
31111t1l1VI' | f,1lI\"e i ouuI,1;: Moor, three,nlllee, I Staple and Family GroceriesSelect
;- febi'ilHOAHDINti It was General: Neal Dow of Port

... !i'AY- you tiet'd land. M<>.. tin' great temperance reform

'. i can borrow any Huartllni4 I iit4$ (-r. He 1lu' uiI.ll'liln: southern prison! ;! :Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tics.Fnultry : j

tilt today ou easiest several lJIIJth"Jrfure allowed to resume ,
.\ -t rates anywhere HOUSE: at Wheelei his ranvr.-Washington: 1'ost. EAT 'EM LIKE: CANDY
it'1i-evcJ ciiy teal SpringMary Knhf-r, Fto.. IroOlIl1.m. ,' rleavint. PalntaMp., 1'.I.,"t. Tif Coed. Pod ; Eggsand: Country Frudurn.i. .
'. S.lutl\. proprietress All the R V.r.1.: i. \Vnt-n. iriiHid] _.. .,"1 M "Lnu ,
( .
l-'uhtr i04Jj
: > in. ter IK>,,. %i rite lur free 'IU"IIt. anti IKKIicjItU. 1
comforts of home at very rt"a*olla Vn f:.,-.H..nt ORIorr. Ad In 1.3
ble rates. Northern toiui..ts will:I It li related that a general officer: ol. HTFr.LlNe Kinnn ro.....',, riiiru....r ?r" 111111. I Telephone No. 358. ; j

I fit d tbi an ideal place! to spend z 1 BLOOD GLEAN I _
iv.rr r- money 1:1' I i the r.rltMi: army in the Sudan WKj : KEEP YOUR -
portion of the linltnUlvSK
ire jonr piopi-rt.v .. j was in.-pcctiiig; a j'ost: on the lint- ol .-- -- --- .-
-' - -'--
I 's of title, buy urj \ A t_ mnbtmmcatioI'Ia! duly arrived l'lI' duyat I HOWL STANDARD\ MIMEY\ !
) :
\Vg..HLV rcJ11.UPots
o nt property ol ___ : ,_ :_. __.._ i little hut which rcpifsruifd the ,
have rent.coi- B. I. IIAMtNI: ), t tin tlililr. 1:1, ; r/- a ST4.t DWslO- .

;\xts:! at'ehd'-d to. uovt-d to ll1.;, Wet tOVt1hflCttttrtet LtMl'i'itru-rs of the ariuy iu wmie windsvtl't 'l'h'i3.\UOI.A l-HUl''UU, at > : 8 Tsars Old, in C us cf 4 Fd! aWlS! i\ S3.20 per cn :
In !kiimrotti..1
lioliHe. filtered and ) ;:
i I 11- ( :t-iOU 'I'll11"ttt'xpr(;' ( Hiet' -
rILd ll1-UfaLH wi etc he prepared to clean repair .' osspi'tl nit olEti' tabif a.-'l two RAILWAY CH\'J.. ,. ei.'t --- -

> I. Kla. Ch'It'. and preLtdI.... and g"tltle-I trays one full nf .papers. Interested he : ilajou Taln, Hill h''vti!!Io10U k'l'Iuacollo, Warr'ciios IOI X ; HIWHI-I\I-Yi..d; : till'datthe! {:I"nCo.

r;. one WOO blj' Hie:' :' t. lor 111:111 i."ti'. Ifij.'Jni: I read tl.e label attaciittl to each. Tlieviiipty ..",.1 Fort rt*rrA io*. ftt I ..L Ky., DiftilUry, an'l is fully matured in wood '

'-S ,' will lnJ 111' ...-> ; t>lIe:1" tickotwl "r.u..iii'-"';" dSifc: m.arrl\ I i Kort fdorro.lCIl' g :P s b.i.r" bottling, it U ubs"Iutely pure find nut tie tI
"! 1-0' I l.tiifoiiK.HOW .
11,1 ;> I'rtu-if. M 'IS'U'XtJ I i ami the other "IXisli., "Uxcpllont ofll- /'):\)] a..iii.arrive .t Fort iiarranc..t ., ; 'Oii' '11'1 1 quality by any WhirkVy of the same ar '1I
10 MAKE I I 1:1P D!.arrive at *or. ttarrants
MONEY We ) matter where/ produced. The Royal tStandnrdaMoIJ
: :
the visitor thuri'U..IyI
i ('('r. purred ; K0 p m.arrive at Fort JUrraiu > 4. L
;'1'f >)>. Ott -r you an inve-.tnu-n giurant :'I ulI'r"tal-I! LU w(>rk." 1lIt1Jl'u lie 1;".,J .1. .rricesFort B \rr.v.c" i \ \ i; eigt: l ( when titlcd! and eoiwderinjit ,- I
t.- | by two Tut riiii' >iiii"i. Ituhay 'sOp m.url'&&t "'ort B.rrlll. i ? -xcellent quality: U the cbeap.t: whiskey in -
i .l c.\aiiiue .
and to
furtiser procwtl :
weiit I'rr"n' r
Fort t
l'ra'l\l 'tile
MI'.N' frnn in ik.- you rich Thi-i j.< 1.11 the market at that {'riee. As a twvfragarm a an

'v. at M.ef tn pre- dll'mpIf fake riend 1200: for I I the papers In the: "bo-u" tray his fn-i! ),aat arrive at fensucol I1lt.m .. I I absflaiely pure etirnulant, there N none better. '

". in the OoveraPiiy IflVf--.tfltIt ( t-rtiticate. If you urn | In';'! n.-.iy 1-,' hotter imagined: thin tIt%- 11:'. .' ic. arrlre ..t p..nka='J.",-_ 'hipped in cae< containing no marts: wliatf; ver to
toI not -. ..dipou illvedi .lthlU. we j MTit'cil ('fi finding! 11." ilo-umm'-s- : :t .* p n arrive "t l'"apacn. zv ndicate contents. If purcna-er, upon examining

.,. l'tlrr., Int. will give you your money back. I',I sisteil exclusively of his own voluminous s I.i'p- > u m roo nrrive.rrlV.I\t at feniioola feaMcu.a-_ f..41S I .h., whiskey! i.* not fati-flKi with the quality hean
Crdar Ha pid.. I I. \\Yltner & Dunn. Fical Agents) orilcrs and memoranda.Kitchener :' v narrlT at fenuco' 9: : return the ame at cur expense and money ..
d.iwlm 1 Broadway, New York. -- i. ti.trdays only I vill be refunded. -
I FARE FOB WICK: DAY!. All oider: should] be accompanied by either
v. rjlpcrron-or e har.t H. ALFMAN uoibrtlli maker, 315 Illdn't Smile. ': Peniaoolk to Fort Bsrranea.and rat, ric4ITyLAMOL currency pl) tomce uioney order, bank draft or express -
South 1'aljfox street. Re covering lllustrathig. -i tvn;acol. to Navy Yard ant! ru'.uraPeasacoii We
reputation iu each An Englishman: : tells! tLis story <' r money order. rtftr to First National
1 Ht> c4' aid ru.rsennAy r ttjst;
and of umbrella and to Palmetto '
,K .'\l1I1I1 required) repairing presumably! Lonl Kitchener's I I IOBKDODK.witiber M Bank or any merchant in Pl1eacola.

," : adverti' old t'- : panoU a ppecialty. Silk covers lack of humor: "TllHitftl' had a muirrow I I parmin not raaatagLT -, j
always on hand. jan 3CAUXIVAI.
I hy buiiifs lmuei 1 escape on the :Nile as J.is vessel : Op"n COhCbe.L..v .. S. A.
'J i .I(,.t.inding. tfil try (,'.IkIats1li Ctiit. was straiidinl on the mud and, lo.:i>erntu -:, ( Pvflt&ZOiI Fort <:.';* FRIEDMAN
'.\ .th! f-xpni-esJ add 1- 'I. m. io ". TT
:: exertions were lu-oditl to haul her .. il inip.m
i i d.ivjbla in cin.v. COsTUMES: In velvet. 11 m :; i SOL PBOPRIKTOR, I'F.NSACOLAFLA.
<. .dlt"dlfrum hf.id Ii Silk, Hitin and other materials off. I told part of the storj"lo Kitc'a-i I p. IS 'Ip.t.p. I .

*I'I\ ctrrii-f' fur- can be rented at MM. E. n. c-ner on my r'turn.nJ how did you > r.ta .LB. P O. BOX 418. TKI-KPHONK: J7Q -

u. l"polln'. fICrpetit1dvt.d 1 Nord-mmi's Millinery S-' re. AUoMt get the anchor to the sand" bank? !..-' I .S.m. m t.LIp. i iiisI 11 -
enlui -I : "fcii. Kalss Xo"'i, ,{s and ",.1>,'1'P ,' I niiswrrctl. 'ore rf the ; 4V.m. h:. IT Ii.. nm. -'
: Co.: C.ixtou H:tir Goods at No. 11 Eat Inten. crew swam across with the ar.rlior !in I I'lok.0&1I0" _!4j .A PairOMJ. '

l .-_::i !9rb4w _dO>::iei.i "trO'Pt: cear I'ilafox. hl3ln mll.' 'Oh! really!? was all Kitcli-': r'enwocu irt <'<.'r.l1o'u .*'nlSnl1rr'lIru -. __ 'fBI handle every cIa!!'! r>f Liquors sold, In
i i.' c hulk ,in bottle, wholesale or, retail, at prices tb&l .'
V. .
if It the uio.st natural .
v crier said as were : uUM'h to p",01 (' E'ec s
b .\A.I fcliuUnf..!! empty bt 1ud9in's: file IBrsfer $c. thluc In tho wnrt.t"Try I't' -t'T-n U.- ; arc way down. i iI
'rwlnull, 91 1 '
ltofreib; 11",4 art-r':15 p. m b AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
the NEWP Want Column. .

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A Boy with Backbone TROTTERS ,.

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When boy or girl asks hit married sinters, TOLD TO TROT THE END
OO1II5IDII an from "GOOD LCCK" Bating Pot del
cans, ana finds scy one of them leu't Win t -- Try Tetley's if you A most refreshing b:v-
"GOOD U'CK. he should in.lgt upon her try MORRIS FRENKEL AND WILLIAM
log it at once, and tell her that It has a large! I! would know Tea at erage, with no injurious
sale In the South than all other Baking PO.llersI WINKEL TOLD TO CLEAR OUT IS
I, Tea $ NEAR
coiaWot-J j that contains. the Illghces Lc.n.I I I its best. reaction-Tetley's !
Ing rower and la Pure and Wholesome lit OR SERVE 30 DAYS.

vfcuuUn't let up until oho orders It. ASK YOUR GROCER.

''I Morris Frankel and William Winkel IT WONT BE MANY MORE: DAYS
Richmond Vlrglola.I --
the "globe trotters," who came Into would make the WHEN OUR MONSTER ,< J, ,.tC .*
y vese then al a they
Seisss... ............... town a week ago were gathered Ji THE SWAYNE needful arrangements.

'I by officers Saturday on a charge oi rustling on Hit 01"11.tl..

i I SOCIAL ECHOES j j' doing business without a license by IMPEACHMEN.TPROCEEDINGS Moody Before his President secretary Roosevelt of the made navy )the lr. ODD AND END SALEWill

ry disposing of their photographs at a : latter represented a Massachusetts
district in the national house of representatives. -
profit to all who allowed themselvesto ba a thing of the past. You should, therefore! humor -
.N.t1a.9.iM.N.ra.tl.tlNMiss I As secretary of the pavyMr.

Daisye Hyer was at home informally be so worked. WILL BE ALLOWED Moody is now frequently called else the opportunity will have passed you by

yesterday evening, with her They could not understand why TO REST UNTIL NEXT CON upon to pass upon bis own acts as amember

friends, Miss Gilmore the guest of His Honor detained them from their of the house. The most recentcase =A Quartette That Can't Be Equalled !z
relates to a bill which he introduced
Mrs.: Bryan Black Miss Seldou, of "globe encircling" plan and how the CRESS. while a member of congress for 'Z--; --:::::.

Baltimore Miss Lewis of Tallahassee
the guest of Mrs. E. C. Maxwell mayor knew so. much about them. lie: remoil I of the charge of desertion. ;$3.50Men'sslwes, .""Orf"" .........--... .__.... ........ ,.. SJ'f;
Charles Amos.1'he
frcm the record of one :
Davis has returned from
They were ordered to pursue their Hon. E. T.

Many availed themselves of this opportunity Washington where he had been to bill SuiuiiHliately upon its introduction t$4OO.iten'sshoes, NO W._.._._............... ... ......... .. .IJ
to enjoy a very delightful; thrilling journey or stay 30 days was referred to the naval

,t evening. I in the city jail. Judge prosecute Chas.the Swayne.impeachment against committee where': it lay untouched I $3.50 Ladies' shoes, NO FT, ...._ ..._.__..._ ........ .'. v
The committee
until a few days njo.

r 1 Captain and Mrs.-Bull gave a very i This pair came into town saying I The charges and specifications were finally took it U;I and referred it to the $2.00Lidies's\oss, NOT; .. ...,_..._..._ ......_ _............
I they were under contract with the i filed with the judiciary committee,of secretary of the navy for his: recoiu-
the ,
tMightful Mangrove.Tomorrow: bay party today on 1 I New York World to encircle the globe the House of which Congressman nier.ilntien as to disposal. Mr. Mon ysays ............. ...... .. -
in looking the case bo bas
tat up
chairman. It is hardly!
rl Jenkins is
I I afoot and be paid JO,0"0 for the job born impros-rf'd again with the fal'ttltat
I that the investigation will MEYER SHOE
probable CO.
set Mrs.! John S. IK-nliar.i I The local correspondent of that paper a cabinet officer is much morefnrvful
I until the next regular session ,
f'&ti'rtains at lunchcou in honor of her I commence than u t-on;\n-s'-iujHi as to the
asked by Mire of the truthfulnessof I the new member -
of Congress when which te attaches
: documents to
Miss Dcnham.
guest Feet FurnMuTK for Cash Only.
this representation and was sent I Hon. W. B. Lamar will be asked his ollid.il I signature.Iat I

Mr. and Mrs. lUrra were .,at home the following: I'' to1 take charge of proceedings andcard' Sclxer Moped Him. I 102 SOUTH P, AFOX 8TR;:} T.
them to conclusion. Titles sometimes impress even then.essoaxers
afternoon at lent itself to a
informally yesterday "The World has not -
in who are in attendance at
Hon. Jno. S. Beard remained
their lovely homo "The Towers" any globe encircling plan whatever.If the doors of the secretaries of tLt various ,
WNr "\ "NtN iifvVu
Frankel and Winkel claim that this Washington for a few days visit. lopp.rtpier.ts.: rl r; i r f tJ

Mr. John C. Avery left on the noon Lecture. "T.ike my curd to Mr. Root. said

train today for New Orleans wherehe paper is backing them they are imposing audience assembledat ll'jlrttsl'ntJtIiulzl'r.. walking; up to
Quite a large
has important cases tomorrow. on you." the opera house yesterday afternoon the messenger ou duty at the door of THE NEW STORE I

A second telegram read: to hear Judge W. G. Ewing lee the swretary, sir,of but war.the secretary ain'tseeing 1

Mrs. Gus Davidson and Miss Clyde "Sorry ..... .....
4 "The World has offered no purse ture. any one today," answered the --- ------ ---
t :West have returned to Montgomery I
whatever. We don't care to arrest Mr. John C. Avery gracefully Intro- messenger, who bad been turning away
after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Gertrude I duced the noted speaker in a few well senators and representatives all day. : 2;

' 1 Vaughn on Davis street. people hem, we from simply being wish imposed to prevent on." your chosen Judge remarks.Ewing spoke eloquently for New"But York.I'm" Representative Sulzcr" of GRAY r GOODMRN' t & RADEP

> \V. R. Sawyer M. M. Brooks andy Frankel and Winkel were escorted "Can't take your card in sir.
about hour and
one a quarter on
"You tell the secretary Representative
y II. P. llankin of Brewton spent Sun to the city limits and warned not to 1AT
Christian Science its and
; Teachings Sulzer of New York the ranking
1. the
day in the city registering at
come back. Belief.: There was nothing antago- member of tie minority of the committee -
it Merchants: hotel. (j) WILL OPEN Y@
nistic in his remarks-g'ntle charityto on military affairs of the house ;

ROLL OF HONOR. all graced his discourse. He I of representatives, wants to see him."
II C. Gottleib from Galveston is .

tl t her: today lie is interested! in the I i that as he understood it, his I I The messenger Infide-; the was room overpowered and, returning and- tea
Convent School for February. faith founded the word of .stenml Iarch ;
was on :
1 ]iu Mock business.James i threw the door wide open, saying: :S Tuesday
--- Senior Girls-Misses Louise Biebiglauser I God and that he believed the same "Walk right: iu, sir. The secretary 3

';\'!< I1'J. Tutts and wife of Evansville :\I g Mcllugh, Maggie Mae I things pertaining; to God Christ and will see ,you." g .

II latton, Ada McIIagh, Annie Walshe His teachings that the older churches Audacity.The : q a
rtJ. Indiana, are at the Merchants hotd1t1 AVomnn'"
lot. )1.
Katie Cusachs Leon Quina, Helen 'do. exclusion of visitors from the ;;
fur a short stay. .. 5
I UcXeill. I Judge Ewing spoke of the one healer door of tLe senate has had the curious - -

:;9 tleo. Bader and wife, tourists from Senior: Boys Masters Thomas I God who alone can make the afflicted c'JTt'ct of making some people all the I GII ,

1h'lruitlich.., instnlK-d their names I Johnson, Gregory; G. Quina Malcom well spiritually and physically more iiorsistoiit in their efforts to gain EVERYBODY IS INVITED TO GALL AND
h 4 a maa and
a.Jruissiuu.ot long
at Merchant's! hotel yesterday. I and I'aulltiera, Clarence Brown, Manuel and of the great power of love; that woman presented themselves ago at the I. I

_ ; Johnson Fauria Touart Jacob nothing could be accomplished for door of the: senate and asked permission .INSPECT OUR STOCK.

f.. e x U. S. Cathcart Montgomery is at I Thompson, James \\'alshe.Kindergartenllsses the good of mankind unless "we love to enter. The doorkeeper explained : ... ...

:., Merchants.. He is connected with Gertie Roche our neighbor as ourselves" and prove that this was out of the question.The ".>

, the Southern Oil Company. Era Hall, Julia Johnson, Masters the love by doing for them, not mere- woman undertook to argue the Cor. Palafox and I Intendencia. 5*

I larringtoa Johnson Robert Diaz, ly "sa>ing that we love them." matter. She said she merely wantedto "'
. tike a look at what was going on
latton, Lettie Martin
: Mercy
The Pensacola Library Association The lecture was thoroughly enjoyedby
<<< within and would return at once. Just rmmmmnNNMI W\ }
Il will meet in regular monthly session Florida Wallace Geraldine Touart I all who were fortunate enough to then a telt'::ram arrived for one of the

' J tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock. The :Haggie Holifield.Iasters lloulhacVnderson I hear it, and the Christian Scientistsof senators, cud the doorkeeper left his .. .

meeting is important and a good attendance Charlie Diaz Robert Pensacola are to be congratulated post to hand it to a page within. As

mJ is strongly; urgi-d. O'llricn.lisses Florence :McNcill upon having such a courtly and eloquent Idid so the woman, following close '" XXXXXXXXNXXNXXXou

Lloyd Ulumer Annie :\Ioon(')'. I teacher as Judge Ewing to ex upon his heels, passed through both
Intermediate Girls-Misess Olivia doors and was at his back when he CAN GET J J .* ** .
y VXY.P.MA: NO cults, NO PAY. pound the doctrine of their faith to Y
Your drujttitl will retuudyour rn..oeytt I H'onnell Gertrude Whitehead, Florence -I i the people of Pensacola. turned to go out. She looked; hurriedly ICE'CREAM
then S
to right and left and : with the SODA
1 i/.U OlMMKNf fans liCur"l:'\utfwonn. Ruche, Mamie Collins Lala Cus I ,
r' 1 'ter', i l oil tat tare, anj all blow div achs Agnes mind I'd see what was in here, and I'vedune
t Junior Boys-Masters Herman Hall, UGLY ALLEGATION. through both,
I c:..,,'. liteutf.Ir itC"! turned ran r
Roscoe Thompson, Willie Merrill, Edward doors, rejoined her escort and walked -ATTrainer's -
Sixty men are alleged to have re-
Buruham, Daniel Reilly. rapidly: away before the doorkeeper
1 BASEBALL MEN I I ufsed shore leave from the Indiana from his astonishment
Junior Girls-Misses Annie Apostle. had time to recover
, i ARRANGE TO ORGANIZE. Hilda Bicker Louise Philippi Katie : this morning, it being alleged that the at her audacity. = Confectionery |

I : police of the city follow the men Millinery at \\hlle Hon..
I Ii
F I1 Amateur baseball players composing t'unnors.Iary Cusachs, nrnire and around and nab the man the first opportunity One of the most interesting of theearly I jj* FIRST DOOR NORTH OF THTESEN BUILDING. ..*.ol

;i 'I the "Happy Pan" nine will : Klla Rupert I IItNEWS causing them to overstay Lenten festivities will be a hat !

hold a meeting this evening at 7:30 i! their leave of absence and thus suffer bazaar to be given: under the auspicesof ,
the Co-operative Sewing society during -I -
o'clock for the of perfectingthe
purpose I ; punishment when they return to
March. The feature I
the first week; of
j f'' organization and holding up the II I the ship. This was common talk of this bazaar will be hats designed i

V former good record of the team. NOTES :I among the men of the fleet ashore and made by Mrs. Roosevelt, DR. } H. MOCK

I this afternoon but it is strongly denied Miss Alice Roosevelt, Mme. des ,
by police officers. rianches. Mrs. Corbin, Miss Patton

& FROM JACKSONVILLE. L ... ) and other well known social leaders.
I If1 :>- - "-- -
" I I KEARSARGE COMING These hats will be sold at auction. .. DENTIST.

- Saturday night's/ 11 o'clock train U. I). C. will hold their regular'' THIS AFTERNOON.The Each patroness is pledged! to do the

! pulled four Bleeping cars north from I meeting Wednesd ly at 11 o'clock at work herself.

I I'ensacola. The two extra Pullmans the library. A full attendance is desired flagship Kearsarge completed Since Mrs. Roosevelt's promise to the 28% S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building.

II had been sent over to Jacksonville as business of importance is to coaling early this afternoon and will president of the Co-operative Sewing ,

' from New Orleans to carry back : be transacted. move up to a position off the city and society Miss Susan Kean friends Miss Roosevelt have CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
and two or girl
Carnival visitors) from the Florida drop anchor. Several others
AI' Mrs. Bowers will have on exhibition may met at the White House and have devoted PEXSACOLA, FLA.

i city. I a grand display of street and come up at daylight tomorrow. It is several mornings to millinery. .. .
t now denied that either of the -- -
1 ready-to-wear hats Wednesday! ships \ Philanthropic Trail.
lf A lien ariutt Cure tar Tiipt i M arch ":h. Ladies should bu pre will remain at anchor off the navy Alfred 0. Crozler of\\ .IJJlil' ton. Del..

'fi' Heblng Hlinl, Klpcdtmc or Protruding ; ent uui avail them'dvei of the opportunity .- yard! treasurer of the national conference: of

'J] Piles. Your druseln sill ofuirt jour I to get first pick of the dhi I charities and corrections has left with A CREENHUT & CO.
money If 'A7.O OINTMENT ails to cure the president for consideration a proposition

i i you. 50ct>ats i play o1Iered. I WASHINGTON LETTER for the creation of an Institu ,

tion to be known as the PhilanthropicTrust GROCERS
LATE TRAINSTO company, with a cash capital of ,
[Special Correspondence.]
if WILL 10000000. The proposition is to use
I President Roosevelt is to take fenc-

1, Florida sheriffs will meet in annual BE PUT ON : lag lessons. lIe has decided that- the this is a gigantic and charitable! trust fund work.for philanthropic lr.Crozi'J's Nos. 102, 104,106 East Government SI, PENSACOLA, FLA.

convention in Jacksonville on Friday work will exercise all the muscles! of .
Idea is that wealthy men willi --- ----- -- --
I March 20, for a two-days' session. ) -- his body and prove a pleasant relief subscribe the capital of the trust and i
I from the gymnastics and wrestlingwith AN ART STUDIO. .
Matters of legislation pertaining to to the investments of the funds so I
For the benefit of patrons and see .
i which he has kept in form during
I H that important office will be considered naval people generally, the Termi- the past few years. that they will net a large yearly in I have opened studio in room 9, |Thos. Wentworth has taken

.J and some radical changes in the nil Company will run a late train tonight Mr. Roosevelt sent for Professor Ge-I come. Mr. Crozier's idea is to havetbe Salisbury block where I will givelessons charge of the city circulation >l

U present Florida statutes will be rec and Wednesday night, both : neroso Pavese, the Italian master at'' ex president officio member of the United of the States board as of in my own system of drawing THE NEWS. lie will take subscriptions
ommended.: extras to leave the city at 11 o'clockBAYlXCURSION" arms and world's champion fencer, of -called "Black and White"-
be comprised
directors, which is to and collect all accounts.Mr. .
Sheriff Smith of Escambia will attend now a resident of Baltimore. Pavese I also in French Pastel painting and
100 distinguished people.CARL
Weatworth has bad large experience
I and it is expected that each I found the president beset with a multitude SCHOFIELD. Newspaper and Magazine IlIustrat- "f
countiesof I of visitors among whom were as circulating manager
sheriff from the forty-three A largely attended excursion was about a dozen senators while the dipr'presC'ntatives .\ :Modest Anplrnllon. ing. large daily papers, and will make!
the state will be in attendance. I I have taught large classes in every
given this afternoon on the lighthouse lomatic of other countries A man was asked recently by thegruff THE NEWS service of the paper ea:-
tender Mangrove by Mrs. Ball were In the crowded chamber. : clerk at the stamp window', after town in Georgia and in many of the sfactory to all.

If yo t want your offlce I to the ladies of the city. Quite a I II I Pavese's card to the president provedthe he had deposited 2 cents, "\Vell, what female colleges of the South, BO can

Marston number of the officers of the squad 'I magic word that opened the portals, do you want?" lie answered' gently. offer you an experience of twenty- Do you want a magnificent watch
; furnished to $ '
go I ron were also invited. I II I and while the famous fencing master "An automobile please." Verily, a'. five years. In the studio will be for little money? If BO, call oa

Quinn's They have an elegant I and the chief magistrate were discussing soft answer turneth away wratk- found the choicest collection of Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate -

I 1 the art of the sword the dignitaries Albany Argus. work shown single I
: line of roll top desks DO YOU KNOW crayon ever by a you.
I less .
waited with more or patience.Mr.
I artist and an invitation is extendedto
and chairs I
ofllce BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. havea Roosevelt! told Pavese that he file %esl for QC. FOR LUMBERCall
JiudOiu's; everyone to come and Bee it. My
large stock of dressed studding was so busy just at present that he
MILITARY LAND WARRANTS. terms for instruction are moderate. BEEKMAN LUMBERCO.
could not the time to take upfencinu on
and joists. Get their prices before spare
buying. d61m ) but that his heart was set Tables of quality for the OTIS A. MILLER.We for estimates before placing

upon it and that he hoped to be ableto Dining room library hall your orders for lumber d16-lm
PAID telling who ,
launder for
will spreads
5 00 has whether I bur Hot French Waffles with take lessons regularly, beginningin :
; not.one R. K. KELLEY.or Florid Cane Syrup at a short time. Mr. Roosevelt said and parlor at Marston !tJuina's. 1C cents each and make them look Hot Rolls at 5 p m tOe

Wf2w Kansas City, Mo. Solomon's. that he would send for Professor I'aY ( like uw. Star La!lndry. doz., at Solomon's.2t.i' .


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