The daily news
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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 6, 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: UF00075893:00345
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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: COURT PROCEEDINGS. ARE );solve that injunction. I cannot say FALL INTO LINE AND SUPPORT TO DISCUSS MATTERSOF HELD AN I INTERESTING MEETING ]move and the owner finally telephonedfor

I just when it will accomplished, a policeman. Before the officer
but possibly in a day or two. ;arrived, however, the man crattrleddown ..

TriE INTERSTATE COMMERCE "Our organization is committed to SEVERAL MATTERS-INTERESTIr.'G and staggered along the street

LA.V. the policy of arbitration, but we surely I New York, March 5.-The DrooklynEagles Adjt. Gen. J. Clifford R. Foster, of I!: LETTER BY JUDGE:: REEVES. 4 eating from a bag of candy. Meetingsome

I would not arbitrate our privileges the Florida : negro girls he almost frightened
I special from Washington State troops, has issued a
to dissolve the injunction. The injunction them to death
: call for a convention of the officersof by chasing thfm J.
Y ;\, March 2.-"If the Waad is the principal point before i: I the state: troops to be held in this The board of pilot commissioners and insisting they share his candy.lie .
The democrats
here rule
as a are
is now.othlng will be done until i held a regular meeting this: taorning. had the street to himself by this +
city on Wednesday :March 11th
,, Company can sustain | still hoping that the influence of says
it shall have been determined." | the Jacksonville All were present except Mr. J. M. time and wondered along until ho
the death knell of strikes jrjan may he minimized and the Muklon.
Grand Master Wilkins, of theTrackmen's I The prime object of the gatheringwill found an open gate into which he fell.
railroads has boon party secure the support of the financial Harbor Master David Sheehan, an tTiased
t' lIe
into the woods
: Association met Messrs. be to discuss and, adopt the most was finally
lannahan and Morrissey yesterdayand and industrial influence of the feasible for evclficio: member was present. lied! ,on the old fort. The last seen of him
plans securing needed I
country and of the old-time democrats
the opinion expressed in assured them that Us men, 2/0<> legislation! and appropriations from was requested' to notify all vessels he was going rapidly! toward Goulding "

without throwing the Nebrakan out that ashes must be landed and not but he had tho whole of West Hill
.' ;roles yesterday on PresiI strong, were ready to support the I of the party window. still the legislature, which will convene in

... I i'i.M-y's: aggressive action in trainmen and firemen and would leave They April.. dumped into the bay resting on their arms for some time
. ; think that Bryan can be jollied along Capt. Putnam moved that the sec' it was told.
work at their bidding.
: 'an injunction restraining I The convention will have a much
: and induced to give his support to tion be stricken out which related to
-I'n's organization from ora wider scope, however, and matters
I the ticket and platform of the next i the limitation of size in the registration -
strike his tending to increase the of
: on system. efficiency
convention, even although that plat of pilot boats. This motion was
i' '. .i pointed out that the obligauf : DAILY NEWS form the state troops along many lines will BLUEJACKET
makes no mention of hisnrran's in accordance with the decision which
carrying companies to the be taken up and given proper direc-
( ) theories and
pet practically pronounced the section unconstitution
]1' 'ite Commerce Commission had tion. It is the first convention of
repudiate the platforms of al. Mr. Harvell seconded the motion
r !..fore been Interposed as a IS APPRECIATED last the sort held in Florida in recent HAD A PISTOL
two conventions. They think and same prevailed.!
bar to strikes and it is thought its influence
: ;: years,
Bryan is a good party man; that he _
the be made -- the future welfare of the military
'oiild injunction pernt. will take his medicine like a man upon Judge Reeves Explains

I' <' it was said that a blow would CHAPLAIN WRIGHT SENDS A and fall in line for the candidate and establishment will be direct and Judge L. J. Reeves has written the AND WAS MADE TO PAY THE

ruck labor organizations sim of importance. The Florida
at VERY COMMENDATORY LETTER!, the ticket. Holding this view, they great below in response to an inquiry why LOWEST PENALTY FOR CAR.
'o that which occured in England troops have had some hard knocksin
TO THIS PAPER. deprecate any attempt to read him his decision was rendered as it was re- "
the Taff Vale Railroad Company recent RYING THE WEAPON CONCEALED.
1 years, especially in their -
out of the party at this time. They I corded:
awarded substantial damage failure to
Chaplain Wright is found to be one think the announcement of the east secure legislative appropriations "Replying to your communication of I .
inst workmen's;: association for for for five
of the few officers in the navy who has ern democrats that they are going encampments the 4th inst., making inquiry as to the
ring and maintaining a strike to years past, and in the recent decisionof
into Bryan's state for the of ground of decision in the
at heart the welfare! of every man on purpose my proceeding -
triment of the company's busi- his ship. 11? is on the Massachusettsand building; tip an organization against the supreme court holding that in the nature of quo warranto in A black sailor named Henry from the .j t

st.1 the day that vessel dropped an- I him. is unwise and impolite and th.it ...; counties have no power or authorityto he case of the state ex. rel. vs. John battleship Alabama was ashore last

dispatch: received from chor in this harbor he came ashore will harm the party. They al o I provide or maintain armories. It .\. Merritt et. al., pilot commissioners night and with a large crowd frequent.
-terday, Wells H. Uloodgett, is Loped that the effect of thesereverses
and arranged" for a number of copiesof seem: inclined to doubt that thereik1 I for the port of IVnsaeola 1 beg to ed the f'difht district His previous -

'dent and general counsellor The News to be sent on the Massachusetts at the present time a widespread may be overcome as a result bay that the decision was.based upon shore leave had dated many
.il hash, : of the deliberations of the
says I contention months before an'lIf he
course was
('every afternoon on the 3:43; movement inaugurated for the purpose the conclusion thou reached that seetkns -
irt proceedings! arc based which Gen Foster has called.
cutter. How the men regard the paper of disciplining the Xebraskan. 931:; and !I:.:!, Revised Statutes going to enjoy himself.
\isions of the Interstate In connection with this call Gen.
may be judged from the following: : Representative Ball, of Texas, had as amended by Chapter' Laws of Henry, exhibiting the failing of his 4
'aw. That act makes it"Ie Foster is writing to the officers
U. S. S. :Massachusetts the following comment to make in re- i a Florida are unconstitutional in so far race concealed a pistol in his blouse "

railroad companies to Pensacola' Harbor the'rropo.ltiOl1 Idler, from which the following is and when he had filled on enough
gard to : i I as they undertake: to prescribe the ton- up j jwhiskey

ranport all kinds of in- March Z i, ll'l.: -My dear sir: The "1 think;: the question of what shall I I extracted: nage and regulate the registration of to induce him to show how"bad" |:1'-
1 20'') ; of The News havereached
<', and requires them to copies Daily
Letter to Officers. be could be, he pulled his pistol
he done with Bryan is a matter to vessels uxn[ which the pilot business
irh traffic with each us daily for several days now I .
usually arriving on board, at about Lie determined at the primaries and I I "At no time in recent' years has the is to be carried" on in a certain class' and selected walls and lights as

"netins; points and, any six or half past six in the evening. at the national conventions anti not outlook for the state troops been of hurts therein created the registration targl'ls.1'n Officer Jtolline heard

.' the part of any n'im- Immediately the crew gather In the newspapers and by politicians, 'I brighter than at the present time. not being general and uniform the single shut he rushed inside and
to defeat that act Is around eager for a copy. But I am in
> i The proper way for the democratic The adoption by congress of the throughout the state but confined in Marled to arrest Henry. The latter I
the habit of the in the
placing papers
". ::tiers the" parties liable, hands: of one of the masters-at-arms I arty; to smooth out its differencesis I amendment to the army appropriation its operation to certain' ports therein saw too late that he wad been entrap .

1 civilly.\ oho volunteers to divide the papersTially : I to submit them to the people. For bill, which appropriates ?:: .fJOt,- designated! and classified the existence led l and made a motion to again draw ,

"'"I-h offices telegramsi .:: among: the mosses, after coi> my part I think it very poor politics |join additional, for arming an.l. equipping of past conditions being< made his revolver. He was prevented from J I

i n..m President Ramsey I its for the oKUer's' messes and the : to talk at this time about downing !! the militia, means that there' the entire basis of the classification.I putting the gun into an evidently intended
sick hay have hl' ':! taken out. The
n : the injunction men are requested to pass them along' Bryan. If it should be the sense of !I will be available for the use of this regarded; such a basis of classiHca deadly use and sent down after /*' .

!onsly fortified! its poi to that till may have a chance to sec the party that it does not want 'state during I'juS:. : over $33OOO.: :;: This tion purely arbitrary and therefore being disarmed for carrying concealed

i "-t.Iy to meet any lethe horn! before It p. m.. at which time the };ryan or his principles; this will be I illiibtrales the advantage of organized hold the statute, to this extent uacon Wl'aIH>l1s. .,5 t
''I. labor unionson lights are put out, an 1 they have acted
He said to the this morningthat
determined in convention. Ieffort.! If we hope for favorable consideration stitutional. mayor
very n.uarely. about it MI far-the papers I .e;
have 1R' 'n read and reread' by all Charles S. Hamlin, of Massachusetts : at the hands of the legislature L. j. Rcnvns." he had just purchased the pistol, '

said: hands. The 1lJ1Ir) l' lt ion with which one of the leading yong democrats this year we must try to have 'I and that the shot was caused by the; I j jgun

'. ',"o that Judge:: Ad t they are read is shown by the fact of New Cnglamr, and a close I a representative, gathering at Jack-;: CHAPLAIN ISAACS TOPREACH falling from his blouse. A fine of ;

: injunction before that these tupi-rs( are to Ie H't..il personal friend of Richard CXney: and I soiiv ilie. SUNDAY $loo, the lowest penalty allowed bylaw
Mil! in but
decks next day. use
lino the law the
on in this state was placed on tho
1 llu-r-M-rhly: toiled and WJHI fmuch who occupied a prominent position Papers to be Read.
im'.y! brings: up a hauliing.V in the treasury department in the last Chaplain. J. Isaacs from the battleship negro. Several officers from the Alabama .,
"In order to make! our sessions instructive invitation j
has accepted an -
i .iiisideraiion in con. \ all appreciate the News very Cleveland adminstration, after reading I Kearsarge were present and heard the caso ',

i 'inr t rOIlIl...;." much as we do yo-.r g...r-rosity in the Uagle's. articles carefully, and as a source of information to preach at the Palafox: against Henry, all of whom approved' *

!L.Valhash.. who did sending it, and in such :liberal quantity. made the following comment: to all who attend, I have invited Street Methodist church Sunday next' of the mayor's decision. ..

n.-> usod said: .We find it newsy, wideawake. clean "1 cannot believe that there Is any the following named officers to read I I land will fill the pulpit at the morning I

taken by this road and beautifully printed and arranged!= truth in the rumor that eastern democrats papers upon the subjects opposite service. This reverend gentleman GREATEST LOCK-OUT :

: i u'h it cannot be and it will certainly bo one of the their names: has relatives in this city\ and was at
or any body of democrats, are I"
pleasant recollections we will carry time resident (\Varrington, KNOWN MAY OCCUR. .
fi' n who are making Col. Henry Bacon, 'The Medical one a { :
to control the coming democratic 1
planning ------ ,
from Pensacola.
MMfrom outside who away and without doubt he will he heard by -;
Again thanking you 1 am national convention. The !Department. New York March 4.-The Tribune J

I, by fair means orthe' Very sincerely, platform of that convention and the "Col. Samuel T. Shaylor, 'The CitiZen a large congregation, as the services will say tomorrow: AItetween ->

relationshettveen WRIGHT will be held in the morning. Ills subject -
friendly C. <} Soldier'y / \' .
candidates are to be determined b 300.0W and 400,000 work :
Chapain U. S. Navy.Mr. be announced in The News
employersit John (J. Ward. delegates, chosen in accordance with Col. C. P. Lovell, 'Organization.: may men in the building trades throughout ti'

Bus Mg'r I The !Daily News, time-honored democratic precedents. "Col. I. E. Webster 'The Need for tomorrow afternon.'ENTERTAINED the United States are expected u> be "

,. to consider them- Pen.acola, Kla. These delegates will decide upon the Instruction and Practice in the I' ON I thrown idle on May 1, on account of .

t 'i10 no law since it platform and the candidates. The Field: the forthcoming demands of the structural (1t

,,' .on to tie up our road I ENSIGN WORTMAN platform so decided uponand the candidates "Col.V.. Mac\Villiams, 'The A BAY EXCURSION. iron workers which the manufacturers t

possible i for us to ful- PLACED ON TRIALEnsi thus nominated will represent Value of Military Training.' 1. have decided to refuse. ,U

ms we assumed in ac- the wishes of democrats throughoutthe "Cant. Cromwell Gibbons, The Railroad officials today tendered to It was learned yesterday that tho (I 1j

the Interstate Com- n Ward K. Wortnian of the county. Democrats of every Natal Militia. lion. Seymour Bell the distinguished manufacturers and contractors, who I r})

.'v. the action which has battleship Massachusetts, was placedon shade of opinion are seeking to have "Maj. Jacob Gumbinger, 'The visiting Englishman an excursion on have been meeting from time to time -1.1';

., v have been brought trial today. The court convened principles laid down in the platform Needs of the Artillery in the Florida the hay in order that he could get a in the last fortnight, effected a permanent ,

:'h the law, and, it is and organized at the navy yard. which all have agreed in the State Troops, Its Organization and more thorough idea of the facilitiesof organization on Tuesday night. i+ :.

.. Winslow of the Bureau of Navigation upon the ]K rt. A number of representa-' I i
uses.u and can in the future.To Armament The firms In the association. It is : ,
past, agree invited' antI ;
advises us that Washington, I). C., is judge advocate. tire business men were capital if
tnrry decide these principles willgh'e "Maj. J. X. Bradshaw, 'The Uni- said, have a combined of over I
I '>f any worry, as SO The other m 'mber." are Rear-Admiral upon form.' took advantage of the opportunity of $1,009,44,000. :
democrats enough to do without
ii! >' conductors voted Wm. C. Wise, cammandant of the Pen Iaj. Eugene T. Matthews, 'Mili- showing off Penacola'3 superior fa- i,.j
seeking to throw any person, even local gentlemen who
T uke. That is a goodare sacola naval station; Edw. D. Taus- ary Courtesy. C'ililles.mon;g: .At. VERY LARGE ..1 !
the humblest voter out of the ,
party went were Messrs. Know>s Hyer. C. ii'.
intelligent men. sig captain of the Pensacola yard; "Other speakers will also be heard. FLORIDA CATTLE DEAL. :'
or to achieve factional success, that W. B. Wright, John U. }\ ;
I. :rIse) last night said Commander W. H. Turner of the cruis It is intended that these papers dOne
only mean further party disruption T. C. Watson, J. M. Roberts \
.' d Press Lieutenant Frank A. Wil
: Atlanta discussion t
; shall form a basis for general
and the future republican success. Fred 0. Howe. Drs. hundred and ten thousand dol- 4 .1
I. f:. Stillman.
has been running of the Pensacola station Lieutenant
ner ; national which will prove interesting lars worth of beef cattle changed .
to identify
The attempt any and, Blocker. and 1II bee -1\\
there are no indica- ; W. L. Bierer, commanding the I. democrat with such suggested polit- 'and beneficial.
hands at Punta Gorda Monday. This : II
i..,n have gone out or gunboat Wasp; and Lieutenant Harry cal reorganization to my mind, Uov. Jennings and many legislators and Armstrong and Lent. Col. Steph 'I 1 lr
have accepted invitations to attend also visiting here.A is probably the largest single cattlu .
desire for who are "
would indicate a disrup- ens
I Lave not Atlanta.
': seen any L'. Smith, attached to the 111
tion rather than harmony in the demo the convention. transaction ever recorded in the state. .
grievance committee done at the session i
There was nothing I
ocratic ranks"It A contract of sale for 8,000 head was

,v. nothing of what is : today except to organize. Quality U what makes. price. If BLUEJACKET CAUSED TROUBLEA signed between R. C. Hendry, R. E. I J

1' ir headquarters." i iI Daily sessions w ill be held until the Saved His Leg. Burnett's Vanilla Eitract was no better Whidden, T. B. King and J. G. King, \ : ion

i ,f Mr. Ramsey's state- testimony Is all taken. P. A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ca., than other extracts its price wouldbe lone bluejacket created much the one part, and W. II. Towles I
situation P. H.I'd The Atlanta went down to the navy
:: ,
this morning. suffered for six months with fright the game. Once tried, always commotion on West Hill arly last and T. M. Lybasa! on the other. All I t'
,1 master of the yard
The Prairie I left at 1 p. m. toiISy for ful running sore on his leg; but used. night by the adoption of stubborn tac- the parties are famous cattle dealers /

t Railway Trainmen Key West. She will return shortly. writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve tics. He found himself near William's and the big deal was made without

\- )ciated Press lasttro The Hartford had not been sighted up wholly cured it in five days. For ,
E. W. PEAKE store, at the corner of Jackson and any flourish or display. The consideration .
it's the best ,
to 3 o'clock this afternoon. Ulcers: Wounds
world. Cure gauranteed. DeVilliers streets, and bethought him IllO.OuO, is, it is understood,
salve in the builder
tC'nter:>> into a Electrical contractor i"i"in
\ SPECIAL' SERVICES Only 23; ct's. Sold by W. A. D'Alem will do your electrical work in first- self to take a ride. Climbing up intoa cash. t.
:!trough the with '
press berte, druggist, 1:1 South Palafox class style and at reasonable rates wagon standing near he commandedthe I'

!i" cause it would not FOR CHILDREN. street. He can be found at 30 South Palafox tired horse to move on. This attracted Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer'I.

: :'.tic, and I don't think street. Phone 203.CREX.GRASS .
the owner's attention and he Swat 1p-Root, the great kidneyliver :
Ilt'Dr.. Bachman will preach a
; r,Stable to cither of us. TO CURB A COLD IN O>K DAY .fi t
sermon for children at the Persbyterian FURNITURE, FOR went out for the purpose of dispos- and bladder remedy are below distributed .f I

"t was based on absolute church tonight at 7:30 o'clock and Take Laxative refund tfromo the Quinine money If Tablet It falls Aldruitetsii to! THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED I sessing the stubborn "Jackie" of his here from bcuse,free. Have :

< in be verified if necessary. parents are urged to bring all their OroT"'. signature U ou each did not received ?
cure. E. W. ROOM, AT MARSTON & QUINA'S. [i elevated station. The latter you one !f
tong to take steps to dis6 children along. box. :Sic.



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About Bread.In .
S Saperilltloni

Brittany when a housewife beginsto

UNHEALTHY KIDNEYS FAREWELLTO knead dough she makes a cross with Ilj

her right hand the left being placed in

the trough. If a eat enters the room, It

Cause More Sickness and Serious Complicationsthan THE HOUSE is believed the bread will not rise.

It is supposed that certain women can
Anyone Knows. --- Itself. On
cause the dough to multiply

the coast of the channel the dough; is
adjured to imitate the leaven, the mil-
Thousands of Men and Women Have Kidney Disease and ,
TOUCHING FAREWELL SPEECH. ler and the baker and to rise.

The oven is a sacred object and connected for infants and Children.
Do Not Know Until It Has Developed Into Bladder with crowds of superstitious.

Trouble, Rheumatism, Diabetes or Bright's Disease, Replying to a resolution of thanks The oven is dedicated, with ceremonies. The Kind You Have Always Bought bas borne the sip ta.

In certain places in Brittany the lure of Clias. H. Fletcher, and has been made under hu

Which Will Prove Fatal If Not Attended To At Once. I introduced by Mr. Payne the retiring wood is watered with blessed water. personal supervision! for over 30 years. Allow no ono
of the house Mr. Henderson
speaker ,
I Bread must not be cooked on certain to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
,, of Iowa, spoke as follows:
a Ira o I Ir ''I' Ill I t lye74yha I days as on Holy Friday or during the "Just-as- ood" are hut Experiments, and endanger: tho)
"Gentlemen of the House of Representatives when the
night of All Saints ghosts
health of Cluldreu
I -Experience against Experiment
t ': : An age spent under would eat it.

this dome must give opportunity for The Kind You Have1 Always BoughtBears
l The Introduction of Fork
4I forming many and strong ties. Con
Forks are articles of such common
> the of
I I it I stituted as I have been from childhood Signature
household necessity to us that we hardly -

t r1q frlenship is an essential elementof realize that there was a time, and

ig -. \ -- '7'A my life's food. (Applause.) And I not so long ago either when forks! were

whether on the floor or in the chair entirely unknown. A knife was used

have found a bountiful supply in this nt the table to cut up food but the

hall. (Applause.) I have seen beau food so cut was afterward conveyed by I 4

tiful and instructive things on this the fingers to the mouth. Rich and poor
In Use For Over'30 Years.
alike were accustomed to this method
floor-sharp, able, feeling debate, and
and so thought; it perfectly correct.It T"r.OfnUII rare..e, TY YU..r.r.rrr..r?"on rrrr
debate, gentlemen is the foundationand
was aliout the year Ills) and in the -

+ sustaining power of American reign of James I. when forks were first "

III I liberty. (Applause.) But I have introduced into England. This "piece ;

seen another beautiful thing: When of tellu"merit" we are told, was derived \ ,, --j t B. WRIGHT comply

the feeling was raided in war I have from the Italians. ,

I I seen both sides of this chamber, as i Serpent AVomhip In India. \'t'' \ \\1"!! MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN

I'I'I one man. put $SO,000OUO( into the u --.
4 I i iI I' "t ; I Serpent worship, once very widely
k /f hands of the chiefmagistrate and say, : diffused survives in India Sometimes l LUMBER, LATHS,

: ( Plead on,' without a dissenting voice. I' when l1illll...,. lind a cobra in some rr.

I ft. (f : (Applause.) 1 say that from that crevice in the wall of their! house it jmDCTPHE5SSHISGLESililrrifl6sPENHACOr.A.
11 ( ;
\ ,( J I f fk 1 I hour I have believed that there is no I will often be revereiiiiil. fed and propitiated .
"if/'jl if fear death of _
future movement when disintegration and or the I -. FLA.COAL .
j : t tI; I I some one bitten by it induces them to _
II if I will come to this republic. (Ap- I Ii uu
/ L I rl'lUIt they will handle it tenderly
And when I saw the young
i and let it loose in some Held. WhenHindoos
I from state in the Union AND WOOD.
men every I are bitten they have far more

i touching ('ILuto elbow and rushing confidence In their magic spell' or

PAINS IN THE SMALL OF THE BACK, into the ranks of war, there was "muutra" than in any medicine, e\1I1t ;i WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY MUCH LARGER TRADE

I painful passing of urine, inllaiumation of th..l.lat.\o.r. torpid lhr, rli'inly uriio. pains: in absolute confirmation of that be they do not scruple to make use of !I
.. the bock<,f tlio h"IIlliIIIIII'I'k, rheumatic! pains and swflliiijrs ull\ over the l..ly, eczema medical aid. THIS WINTER THAN EVEK rEF: HE
, M anltjainidicet..11.4111your U.Incys are iliMitsv.1 nn.l are not uble t.>.lo t'i' <.ir w<>rk projierly. lief. (Applause.)

.. If you have any of tlusu! >i-yiii.toiiis treat: enre.hnul'1 l>e taken t:>fctop tlie progiVM. of tLc "1 have no fears for the future of S eND US YOUR ORDERS NOW
'..1 disease and prevent it Intituling chronic IJn.II'r.-natlU the entire..y.tem. I Fill the riaoeV(-11.I .
v j Thmisun.N of un olicitml letters are m.vied daily from grateful mm mid women wilt my country. Let no one be disturbedby I Where one man is called! to he a hrroon

i have been cured by U'aruer's Safe Cure.DOCTORS. the battles on this tloor. As I some great scale lo.ooo men are Thompson Olsen cCo.
' HIM CP.f ,
"J GAVE I said they are guarantees of freedom! called to be courteous, gentle, patient.
and I them. At times there There are conspicuous virtues which Manresa Street Telephone 1J7.
; kidney l'OlIlllaintIlIl,1 for two years was verv low. The ilocturs had given me ui uiilts? approve ,
s 1 went through un ol.'ratinn. 'At that time I heard of Warner's Safe Cure and immedi may be scars left but they are not make reputation, and there are quiet = -- .

i'tl ately pitil| all il'H-tors and commented using your remedy. For the last CfUtu jcare ,virtues the virtues of private life, ESTABLISHED 1863.
. scars that leave a permanent cripple;
; and a half have en joyed ) 'rft.'t healtli.I which make character. It is not ewrymnll's
p advertise it to all sick iople' I come in contact with. and with a great many it has they are scars that leave the soul and
, 3 qt erectuolll cure. Very resl.etfully' JOHN C. 1'KLZEU, Heiiham, ln.1., Uee.14, lW'!. duty to till a large place, but it Is
5 the manhood without a dangerous McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
man's to till hi
' COULD SOT SLEEP, "SAFE CURE" CURED HIM. every duty ; own place ,

,1 Dear Sirs: I received yours of the Od: in-.t. I got your trial bottle of Warner's Safe wound. For one, go where I may well.-Christian Evangelist o -DIALXB8in- 0

4<.!i Cure and u-ed. it. Since I have taken two large and two smut! bottles, \\hit-h 1 can gladly from this hall I shall carry with me
.1. say have l'ur.lIII' of kidney trouble, for which I had to be up from two to three times at I A arrow Margin
in heart affectionate recollection -
is f'1, night; now I can rest without getting up. I had severe pains in kidnetsand back( an.lI my an John Stuart Mill was once' dining Ship Chandlery and General fiardaare
Lay em) more 1 pain, and am sure that it was through: your Warner's safe Cure that I now of the triends I have met here ,
' enjoy potnl: health. You are at liberty t > U'-n the above statement. I return heartythanks with two brilliant French talkers who
'm : and I do not know of one enemy. 80S AND 605 H. PALAFOX 8T11KET.
to you. Signed: J. F. SAUXUERS; Long ll..aeblal", Dec. 11, imtt.After I were given to monologue.! One had

. your morning urine stands 24 hours, if you find a reddMi brick dust sediment in (Applause). Whenever I meet any possession of the field. coin the other _ u _...-.A.GEN'OY- --

a it, or i.irticlos flouting in the urine, or if it ii cloudy, you w ill know your knlne\ are in n member of this body in the future I I was watching him so intently to strike REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S t O>H CO.'H
ati! diseased condition end are unable toperfonn their work, the reiiilt will U the bl.iddcr and
" (j shall feel that I meet a legislative in that Mill exclaimed: :aloud "If he GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUH8EL A HON'S PUMPB.
: r! urinary organs; will; In-come illll:1mt'I. uric 1Jl'jwilllw.i."u the boo! the stomach will t.tt U-
I' xmieaffiM-teil and tnablatodigest the fmul, tliesv-tem! will IHHIIIMUink and the resultwllbealiruakilDwnof : i comrade, and Know that he will meet I .tops tn breathe, he's gone." Sum Cardzji Piliti. ills liatlcil' Isitrnneoti: Skirts lisliri lain
' ,
! the :;eul"ralll1'ulth Ith iirijhts; disease or diabetes, which will
% $ jirove fatal if nut treated with l.rullIl'tll'.iallol great care | a triend. (Applause.) Hrkpiinxiltililirii. OOMPAMWSIOOS. TU.

f i 1 1; ANALYSIS FREE. j "I am not going to give counsel to j ''KeiiK-niber." sail the serious citizen! McKenzia: Oertinif Collecting\ Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asgo

""\t If, after you have made this tent, you have any d'Hilit iir your mind as to the devMojv! i'this body further than to saythat "that wealth: has its rt''I.>1Isil.i1iti.s." elation.

*5C'I na'ntofthadlcaoinyonr.ytonavmlasatnpb'of \<>ur ui'in.- tothe3le.titailh.I'artll'el.l there is nothing more precious than I, "Vt',." answered Mr. Cumrox. "So
k M'arner's Safe Cure Co., KmlM-ttir, N. Y., and our(ll.-tol S will mialwe it and .-111 yon a I
this for us to fight for. | long as arc humble and obscure
itt.:' report with mhice free of charp t.) y (Iti\ of the kidneIncr, 1.laoth'r nll.ll.h..1 and treatment fur each diva>e.t j Preserve that if you love your life. you can I'as1 seen it' and '1 done it'I

1 All! lettiTs from women real uu.lwl.w'r"II'f a wouidii doctor. All coi ropoudeiivein I It i.s more valuable than anythingthat I aiid wit with your knife all you want
Colllidcllcc."SAFE : OI*-o
I" Strictest t-i."-WaMiiiKtuii Star.IIHilKil..
" :lean be named do nn with the rough-!; I
':'and.tumble battles of legislation but IFensacola Florida.
' It purifies and strengthens the kidneys and enables them I to do their work: it will l cure I .
. I Theumati-.nl, rheumatic gout, ilwU'Us rights: disease, in'icacid |p.'i.l fly iiilloiumatiou oft Keep your eye on that flag which God She-I+tear, you have crushed and almost -----

the bladder and urinary organs, and restore the! patient's health Im,1.h i or.fvifi :'asks us to die for. (Applause.! ; I suffocated me. What kind of a Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
( .j Cure is purely' vegetable and contains no nan-otic or harmful druis.: It i is free
:} from Miliiin-iit and is plensint to take. You can LilY Safe Cure at any drug store or direct, I "" 'hc'n 1 took this chair I asked I hug do you call that?

WLEXTS.\XU: : *I.-\IJTI1.K the support of the house to aid me in I He That's a Metropolitan street railway
i. i Beautiful Lots for Sale.
' Beware of so-called kidney cures which are full of sediment and of bad odor I hug.-Xew York Life.
performing the duties of this high .
: .( they are positively harmful and do not cure. I -- --

Ij', \"Il\ER.S: S41 C: PILUS move the buwuls ifently and aid a speedy cure. olfice which you conferred upon me. 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord
of Pneumonia.A
-- That gavel in my hand has never !
ing to location and surroundings.
.r.,. .IncU'. IIrl..... 'I been defied by either side of this !i cold at this time if neglected is _
rniint; :> ( nil In hinn. !
::1$. A Miifjackt-t who was.rocPiitly married .\ ChiII'I.ri.J.' l'all..I11I'1I a foreign i I|I chamber. It is a pleasure to say that. liable to cause pneumonia which is Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

Ift" Jlivi't the followini; description of secured obedience! and so often fatal, and even when the
It has always
lady. say a missionary.! On enteringthe High Dry Fertile Lands.
::1' Ids bride and her apparel' : I demand- '! patient has recovered the lungs are ,
room she dells erately turned 111'1'I recognition when order was
wife 1 is jiM as hamlsonie a craft I weakened making them peculiarly
back upon her hostess and made nn ed. Knowing how excited we are at j
"j'Iy The grandest opportunity for investment eve::
ns'r left millinery drydock. i.slii-
elaborate ole.i":itie,. times that a pleasant
built and with iteun'lmail
3t 1 per a not Itll"a; amazed and annoyed, consumption. Foley's Honey and Tar offered in Pensacola.
of ton seen on small craft Her length:: to me."Now.
but she found out the reason of the !] will stop the cough, heal andstrengthen I
!,, of kw is .", feet s inches and displaces strange proceeding afterwanl. Till'llI1.11' gentlemen if I know my I the lungs and prevent Rome Seekers Should See These Lots

twenty-seven cubic fact of air of lisht! of I ---
feelings toward this body men
.J. conduct had conformed to Chi- pneumonia. W. A. U'Alemberte! 121S.
.", draft which! add to her spinnl !Ji q the nose t'\I'III..tJ| ', know that I shall carry with me j! Palafox street.
I '7 ballroom, full in the waist spars trim..jdj' j V 01 U bbs
Mie had iierfuruuil her obeisance! her I j through life the image of this house j i slue e m
. .\1 the time she '
we were 1.lil'.1 wasnewly
k'o-t'-ou. to the north In-cause that Is with its general approval and treatment
: l!:; ricircd fore and aft with stand J CAS-rOniA.:: :
Corner Garden and Bru Streets
I'i1. ins riVdiiirs of lace and llowi-rs. mainsail the tlil'l'rtiulI of the royal al"H1H the: I of me this morning. 1 shall ..Its tbi Itp Kr.d, Yoe HJid Moats: P'a'JIe I
foreign ladywtc M> ignorant as to I
i part !silk with forestaywll of vaJcndcnnc.s. carry every one of your faces in my I .'1>'" tZ _?"
stand mi the south side of the! room, I tu.. .. 'b.bV j K.O. HRENT. WM. H KNOWLKH. W. K. HYKE JR., J. H, REKHE
Her frame waof the memory and I never cease
that was licit the bride concern. hl'I j President. Vlce-Froildoat. Ckubler. Ass'i Cashier
best steel covered with silk with I this body :
feel an interest great i
kll"if her hostess did not, in what
i vrfaalelnine stanchions. direction to Unv her head. which stands so near to the happiness! ::
This rlir: ;!ln? Is Intended for fair 1 bid ,
I of my countrymen. Ami now i
r weather cruising.! / She has also a set Xo. 30 south Palafnx street, keeps First National Bank

': of storm sails fur rough; weather and To Itrmote Dull. j you goodbye. (Prolonged apPlause'l' call bell, wires and all kinds of

:. ft is rl;:ill out a small set of canvas for To brush dust off silk nothing equals j every member rising in his electrical supplies. Have him do

!c light squalls, which are liable to occurIn a piece of velvet velveteen.. A brush | The speech was followed by a remarkable your work. Call phone 'Ju3. I I
I \ this latitude sooner or later. has unit: ('IT'd.I'J..u.I\ acting as nn j I demonstration, the galleries j i I

:i t "1 am told in running down the street irritaiit to the surface of the silk but following the menders in paying : NEW SCHEDULE.OF :

,' before the wind! she answers the helmbeautifully the Mht wipes off all traces: of the ]I tribute to the distinguished Iowan I .
and turn in tier : WK. H KNOVVLES W. A. LOUXT, F. C. BRENT-. K. HYF > '
t can o"nKi. duet without injuring the fabric. Taffeta President Roosevelt this afternoon

length if a handsomer craft pas-e" millinery: has a knack, of ;g.ither-; : I D. G. BRENT,
sent a letter of which the following
\ fcer." lug dust that isshard to remove, but I ] STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ,

;dr i. i Cliarity itself l burl"commands. us. where the velvet wipes_it out_i
. know ill to think well! of alL
i we no (.lue. Speaker of the House of Represen1tativcs I TIIIl. .d.ty nlnrhingt.Arrive b aF'We
But friendship, that always goes a ,i A simple liquid glue: that is (easily; i! : I at 1'ensacola Monday and

pitch highergives a man a i"t'eulitrright made is a great convenience iu the i i "White louse Washington, Iarch I Thursday nicht. ; oar own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, JreJ&

and claim to the good opinion I. house. Put ordinary slue in a wide I t. l'jii:5: -My Dear Mr. Speaker: As I :: heave 1'eubacola! Tue-day and Germany, France Austria, Italy, Holland, !Spain, Bsl iam Jlasbla, N

of his; friend. mouthed Inittu ground glue will dis did not see you today at the capitol. II | Friday Arrive night. way HlI'e1en, Danmark and other European countries.
at FreeportVtdnesday

Great melt should think of opportunity donbit'I wish to write you a line to congratu-1 I and 8-iturday: morning; I g Vessels Disbursed upoab* Moat Farorrble Tercia, and \1''JI

and not of time. Time is the ex- I tot thick\ ; add! more nl' tI. Iu cold late you on the work accomplishedby I I Obligations Taken Payable at Port of estiraiiou Ten or Fifteen Days
of feeble weather before Irrt'IIQh i the congress hick! has just closed.l I. Gn't.nuladS E huuall after Vessel Arrives there.IVSafety .
' rose mntt'tlllnt! puzzled !'l'ir1U.1)Hlt'JL warm slightly using!
rf There were certain measures of importance f
OhlT IJr.ulnf Boxes for Rent in Connection
V""V Ortztnal anil Deposit
chalk 'i the failure to act ul.on : .<*4HFJ.'. I..uX.. la:<1lr....Kr nrr*
-j The Stomach is the Man. f 4, Vvi French chalk if plentifully applied. ;i which I greatly regretted: but it is' vijCxu in 11t.1I sell Load BT._.2 bra. ...*
t A weak stomach weakens the man -rfcfi *,,) ', I..L.l .. lbrr. KrfbMiJ of R ntRrll.
*n "*
will clean evening slippers which\ have *
nevertheless true that taken as a w- C* iJ "...."... .'ub l "lll.ll... .. because it cannot transform the food not become soiled enough: to submit to I I L fr !'.... R...,*' your It.....*! or..='&.. ''.
whole no other congress of recentyears : i nw P.rtl.loo., T..I.I.
be eats into nourishment. Health a professional cleaner. Indeed Trench I 1.-Pi' u4"Krllrrrurl. ...."Lnlna.nu'/tte ?. DR. KING'STRY PBOIESSIOSAL CARDS.!!
: ,
has to its credit a record of I Jl
And strength cannot be retsored to chalk is a most excellent thing to have i .. .\r..1 blrlir.trr< krnlrtH's.GOLAY
i .. ..
substantial achievements for ,.: "' "I.... "a..... t'UIL\.I' NEW DISCOVERYFOR -
sick without in the house, as its uses In a careful i more
any man or woman W. C. ROWE M. D.
household are many. the public good than this over the ,
first restoring health and strength to I II THAT COLD. j i
lower branch of which you presided. i Office: 17X S. Paiafui.Hoanfrom9to9.tosm.sndl .
the stomach. A weak stomach cannot I If .O:= =:OI TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
I congratulate you and it, and I i to D.I >hand
digest enough food to feed the NASAL CATARRH quickly yield! Cures
f j! wish you well wherever your future Grist and Corn Meal Mills ConsumptionCoughs, !i alter
tissues and revive the tired and rundown +I o'clock
to treatment by Ely's Cream B ilm I I II I
Cold Bronchitis
I lead you. Sincerely yours, ; Asthma
limbs and organs of the body. ,I which U agreeably aromatic. It !1.1 j "Theodore Roosevelt. I. F. GOliZALEZ A CO., Prop, I I 1 Is ia.o no OD.t .

KoUol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses purifies received through the nostril !I Manufacturer PneumoniaHayFeverPleu- t

sweetens and strengthens the cleanM and heal the whole surface.1'| A BAD COMPLEXION. I I OHOICEMBALAND PfUEOKOUNI i risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, i JOHN S. BEARD,
I i
which it ditfupi plf. rf'mI
glands and membranes of the stomach over Pimples blackheads and muddy Sore Throat Croup and
edv for iia: .al catarrh which Udrying |! STOCK PEED. ,\ '
and cures indigestion, dyspep- or exciting to the dieied membrane : complexion which are so common Patronlie Home Indcitry, for Inert iiI : Whoopbg Cou h. A TTORNEY.A T.LA T.I .

eta and all stomach troubles liargis should not be u*ed. Cre.imi; among boys and girls at a certain' jTcry reason you should boy rour Meal iac j Office"-9J9 Thiesen J'.aildr .'
itcck Feed from the HornManofsctarer i NO CURE. HO PAY.
Pharmacy, John Sheppard Sid Balm is recognized as a specific. :' age, indicate a torpid !liver. A course (or by to doing you encourage borne indoiCry. i: Price 50c. and S I. TRIAL BOTTLES FREEI Office Hours-8:30 a. m. to I ;
Price 5t) cents at druggists or bv mail: Yoormont'lIlefttntbe communlt
ney Kahn. A cold in the head immediately l dj- i of HEPAT1CURA will cleanse the I and you 10 turn are indirectly benefited I I! 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p, m.I .
: appears when cream balm iI I u'ui>d. system, regulate the bowels and liver ID ottering the borne manufacturer you will repair your watches: and I I Practice In all state and fderal tIAllbusme.e .).
the of labor. Yon
Hot Rolls at 51 m.. lOo I Ely Brothers, 56 Warren street, New .I and produce a clear healthy complex I, It joatribateto to taccommnnlty cause In which you lire owl sat jewelry in flrst-cla atyle. J, I entrusted to me wi.l rt
York j i ion. Sold by all druggists. which contribute to yonrinpport. Stephens. prompt and diligent attention.
a doz., at Solom :)]1'8. I I I


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A )lllraenlon Vanlt.

FOR THE HOUSEWIFE I Advice the Aged. The most Interesting place of pilgrimage REMARlABLE{ CllRES

Age brings infirmities such u slag in Dublin is St Michan's
Roait Pork. fish bowels \/:;.-.!; kidneys and bIadootiiti'OiYPilis church, where the organ is still to be

\ 1 Although: we hear so much from some I seen upon which Handel is aid to have -- 'If

dietetic authorities {,u the uuwhole- I composed his "Messiah." In the graveyard +.

actual test is more convincing than someness of pork. it must be Louie in I Is the last resting! place of UobertKraniet Are Fit[ [ Kafie! P1i:! Fres ofp ij

miLd that it furnishes In cheap fonn i and the vau'.t at St. )Ikhan'si

the fat that is a necessary part of curl(! i provides a more grewsome thrill than Cr 117 the M Cms PiysiCluae ,i; ''f

2days' 'diet, and it is a very useful food for the morgue. The sexton lifts an iron

1 persons engaged in i-uscr.lar! exertion. hate a specific effect on these organ, door and descends' a few rude steps cil inS Who ac! Loc]'( d &t t III W ct t "It.f

It should! always beery thorovjjlilycoikeil : : stimulating the bowels, causing titan carrying a light, without which the

until the meat inside o tiniost : to perform their natural functions aIn place would be pitch dark. You follow Strect-- rticfS for line .
talk i ii andIMPARTING .
: on Uneeda youth [
Biscuit or white. Koast of from
: log pork and find yours-elf In a 11ar"oJla :t-i',

I' / which the bone Las \,,-(>n remo..J and VIGOR -. from which cell-like recesses: belongingto IMs 1; are GiTfl? Free la All IETilltS '

I the cavity filled with! a sage; dres-sinn. to the kidneys, bladder and LIVER. '; different families branch off. Whether ;

(I 3 I :: is described as "poor' man's turkey." They are adapted to clJ and young.. ': it is owing to the extreme drynessof W 1.1. Cai! Dpsn ta Be- '.

It i is really very 1:1cc.VIii'ii ro.ist'nv --- --- i the surroundings or to some uiy>teri-

ii weeks of logical newspaper argument ; l>ork without dressing, we like to ruh CiiC'f:"%". : ous property of the place the process of f fJe: Maicli 21. ,
its outer surface with lvderedsalt MZ; ', : decay has been arrested, and the features -
under general
CLl-rsl'S come
1 1iV YVl and before putting in the ., dead for two centuries '
pepper of
11l' :11;. wlcle mil! sklui or sour inl'ika.i persons A staff o( eminent pbytirlans and sor .
4 \ oven. Some cooks ruH the i>ork with : w\tJ.: :! milk ::1Il11'n'\lil. The ripening I may be recognized from authentic portrait ...oo.lmTU the lied Cross JIIl'dlcallo.lllnl ,
II u'e. at th! urtfeut solicitation of larp&numb..r
isture of salt and mustard. I II the brothers Sheares, a
I: I Ii I a n pepper' <,* fh : nion ant! apple sauce are the tNual accompaniments who were executed for their share in t'ountrvtllhlbbet a permanent branchof '- *
I'i UiYir, I is lie to the acti ni of bacteria, I
the Institute lu this at
i I Uneeda Biscuit please the palate I of roast j">rk. SoU't' \ whk'i nr,' e\et pre>eiit in iiii'.k; also in I the united Irish conspiracy, side by city
modern looks ? ) I rl'i'IH't'l' I.-= uvd in the UMU.Uf. -
f and satisfy the stomach. The isyj tl v
yjjj price
1 for this use a tablecpnonful of I ftsitv. I'll-- wl!.:ch! has been iuil'.inrl.v -I who was murdered about thirty years centlenien have decided to
(: freshly srati-d horseradish and a dash: : I ago. The earl's ancestors for hundreds give their services entirely free for three
Li. d.ed is ;:p to atciiniub.tedeleterious .
t\:\ I ni of salt and red jM-ppfr. 1'rled; applesare liacterta. Cheese bits greatnutritie of years back ret In the SllneIult.. \\ Uo call upou them fur treatment "
a good combination with roa"t tlie stranges-t thing about the
5 1'erhaps
value. It yields nearly: threetimes ,
I pork; so, too, are fried peaches, canned the aiuouut of caloric yielded byinoderatey vault is' the fact that, apart from the Bita. N.CT and March 21. C

I peaches that nre draino.1. dusted with : lean t''J'f> weird sensation, there! is' nothing; offensive Th.u.rvie s cnn i>t not only of con-
\ ) Sold in the In-er-seal flour and a dash of red p'Plter and in the surrouudings.LoliUon'rut suliut.on.txomination and ndv1e. but also f'
cents. only ,.
: ol minor 'urR.cal i-jwration- .
fried in
I quickly buttor I'ork is at its icr. I
'I ho
I Indignant.Clara object In pursuing this course
})kPackage, which is dust and germ proof. I best during cold w:1ther-ltul".l1 New -Wi'.l! r.unt. arIJur photographs U to Itecomo rupully and per-onallj acIjl1amh.d A
Yorker. how Men Fl1'hf'D Shot. with Iii! hick atid HlMetvil.and un-
; com from Mr. ::lJr'I'sl'llUlte't? 1 dcr no Mutiduns \\ ill tiny clmrce \\ bal.\'rr
andthey Nearly every one is familiar with the" li.. iiiHilr for any kervine*rendertsi for threeniontnt ,
Miss MayJeval (riln-l'l'i., I
j I A Innilr Knife. traditional, stage fall where the victimof i tu all who; c ill ln-forn Mitch 211.
.... NATIONAL. BISCUIT COMPANY went back too, with a note TliedK-t'rs treat all foruii of iliiea and
I'alctto knives are the handiest supposed death hot strikes an attitude I
:t deformities and K\mranle a cure in every
l thirjM; imat..naMe: in the kitchen."Why pressing i.iy l'\I.I..lJ! cf his lIlJUI.1 {I'X-1 clasM his! hand to Ids heart, \ c.e thev ur.tlriiU At the tirst inter.ievi ;,t
II ::: > .
,6%: J""J "Lrld"us! \\ hat wasIlV"VLy \' thorough fx ii ',"' -_' ._- -- I couldn't kit'p house ,i'iLhoutone. I| "\ the l'I'k'I'Y picturewore stiffens every joint and muscle, incurable'.' >ou are fr", kly and kindly told
-- -
- -- I ." a young housekeeper exclaimed | breathes hysterically and goes down BO; HlM>HjviM- luaiust 'pBnllllg money for .
I I thest WO"I S. 'The original; of this UM'lehtreatineni..
a jood rhind tuner tn i ii I > t'l 1! ,-. to me. I had previously introduced like a log toppled over from the end. SI \iu and fenmle 'III'"oknl'so. catarrh and "
> :
.-'icila still bold I T .1' i : 00"" ; 4. .t. "'Cro-.1; rt : to the advantages of that little article, jby j la 1 carefully preserved. Another opular yet erroneous notionis CRtirrlml defu&-st also \aricoi-ei ru.... i i
i you
.. lure. coitre cancer and aldls..aI'< of the
i !idi-r. :euJ it in. I huve ? i. T.l.: -, .' .- \ -i "; !.> -- ;' |I.r -it : the way. It 1.I'l1do easily that it !I !SIi'atfat. : that men shot through the vitals! rctuni.are J.OSI\1\Y: cured by their new ::

L.I.! ': tp.: j: i: l'I.!I.""s <' f'ty-: slips: way under anything! on the jrrid-; !! of the leap into the air and go down In a dramatic treatment.Their .
,;fxperieace and have Tujmiau-Myvatcli: is one chief associate mrpeon of the Irml- '
. : ::11' .t y--ir. 'n'.i a i'.v in < l", 4l>frv'i.!I.WI' .':\ I die or in the frying pan.' In taking a |I cheapest LiaLcs, but it hasn't varied a attitude. Sometimes men are tutu will lie in personal charge.OUlces.No. 14

w, !-cveral piano: factories. \\;> ('. fn:', .\I.\', rt's'! !n riiri;. cake from the pan if it sticks the least found ou the fi'lollu striking positions IllVest i has Offlce Hours
I second; in tl.e last three LtiintlO.Sau'dgraslt ; 0 II. m, to 7 p. in. Sundays 10 a. m. 10 1 p.m.
, .. '- ;: ; at Johnson's book store f' rtL 1\, n-i-.li! :;;r I'a i"i-lifi-r.1 lie I ILltl bit. resort to the palotte knife. When seems almost Incredible but often an examination shows that

L. JL\ uded to. 1::'.1 tlv "JiMvnliiJ; of tu! l>:ir* ill Li- ; you want to smoot'i the -'
CHAS.V.. PP. ESSLEY.: iuul. ai.d after dlii'irr: ui> hlmwwl iiu toes with extra precision"ry:= the palette : 'l'upmall-Oh. I don't know about As a rule a man who is hit al>ove the MEAT & MALT has a marvelous

tIe writu-ii out." "Tliat is the I kiulfa.heii t.hapins a-h into a hips sinks down. The slighter the
that. It stopped' the first day I bought dietetic value. While refreshing and
cnu (.t y 'ur Kfo's; work," saul liisM.II ; loaf for browning, use that knife. One wound the more commotion, for the
SEND YOUR ORDERS 1 I it and husu't gone since. pleasant to take it helps assimilation -
tirtt afit-r tLe is resists just as itdOt's
v.lio was the man eleven or twelve Indies long a convenient body Instinctively ,
the liar," and Laura "Vhitternore inAmerican when is pushed or collides of food. Fold byDANN11ELISER
. p..irl&: Dolive for carpenter or Net to real "Crossing size. K\Iience of Affluence. one slips or

. .'mral work. Repair work a who Jla<
't' ';.llty In such fitting and penc-rous lan ule. ?" in a vital spot weakens the resistance ----- --- --- --

Cleaning' ladies skirts and waIst; "It cnmo In a moment," suUl the poet, Bread Cotter. "Because he spends; so little money and men sink at once or reel and tumble .

r-one of OT specialties. Star Lann- end he oxi.Liiiu-d the pilot as the Ill- Cutting bread In slices is the purpose and his son spends so much."-Chicago with very little self controL 1 1II
dry vine and I'nswu who l-t always guiding of n useful instrument It consists ofa 1'ost \

uS*. A Air or two boforo he died polished wooden plate, to which in CARPENTRY AND : .

Try Gn iher'8 Candies at I the l,.. 't. Collins- his son to his Iwdside, I Isaltl. attached a knife that can be readily Aptly pr.d. I

Solomon I lin.l you put 'Crossing! : the I'.ar' moved in any desired direction. The Small noy-I pot two lickings today, ELECTRICAL WORK : mr

II I at the end of all editions of my poems." knife is held in position by two screws, one from pa and one from rua. I :

fife S and these can be raised or lowered. If I Big; 'I toy-Yes; they are a spanking

.7/ijrfin's; esIJr.5c. I how lrcl'< ..n :>lrrcury.Wlieii thick slices are to be cut from the loaf, team.-I'rlDceton Tiger.A Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone C60,

the air nrouisd: li(i-ome;! con- they must I* raised. and if thin slices if \ on have any carpenter or electri-1\ ,

PEARL & DOLIVE. I deii"<...I-slrhks iato a smaller volumeIt 1 they must !*! lowered.A cal work you want well done \

UK-oir.es l.eivier puts' pn':itor pressun1 Knob attached to the knife enables Night Alarm. R TURANT

on them at the corner of nirJ -t un t1I! Mirl'nv: of tlu1 uiercurj" amimakes \ one to take n firm grip and handle it Worse than an alarm of fire at ,

Alciniz ftrccti for cirppn-I it ns.-ond: in the tube! ; then the easily. The principal advantages whichSUCES I II II Ii II night is the Lrassy cough of croup I J. N. ANDREWS,

electrical: work or phono tWJ. rwriury is suid to rUo. When the air I! which sounds like the children's I -
expands-swells into a larger volume- Knell, and it means death unless i i1* Headquarters for *

it l.iron.os lighter, the pressure on the

\\\GE) DIRECTORYOPPYTUIPJ3S 'I' mereury is less, tie! 1ll'rl'ur3'Inks In something anti Is Tar done never quickly.fails to Foley'sHoney give \ SEWING MACHINES. DAILY MENUS

i tin: tul>e and the lurometer is paid to instant relief and quickly cures the '

I full 'J'herl'fon''Ij' change" of hoiglit worst forms of croup. Mrs.P. L. Cor- : REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT'lt Comprise all the Up-to-

.zWfirB I of tl'i- quicksilvervhkh} we ohser\o! Is dier, of Mannington. Ky.:. writes Date Dishes the lIar- ,.

I n VRU: nud measure of a change iu the I i "My three year old girl had a severecase !Smith 1'alafox Kirert. kets of the World

Pi l-r. ,iloll.e, No. 3. It, of P.t i volume of air around us. of croup; the doctor said she .= 1I 1 Afford -
I could not live. I got a bottle of Fo I
meets every Monday e\'t>n. ,
-.. ig at .JJ; at Castle ...11.! I Should Earth 11ronnI'Int.. i ley's lionoy and Tar; the first dose ;

i. >ta# third Hloant floor.-- Vintsou I A sdeiui says that "1f the earth ii i gave quick relief and saved her life." !
nlMlng. I
\ W..A. D'Alem-
J "inns brethren cordially: I was; flattened. the sea would be two Itefnse Ladies' Private
-jr wt1Omed the world.\ And I berte, 121 S. l'alafox street
.,oj miles deep all over
j. A. LYLE. I
'-. K. HOKSLKtt l' C. nn Oklahoma editor gives out the following -II II I Dining Parlor.

K.K.48. ; : "If any: man is caueht! flattening TO 8nT.I NOTICE i
I hotorsaph9
out the earth shoot him on the I ,
; I this instrument is said to possess; are. !_ hereby E'ven that tllA unlll'r-lnl'd! "I

I).I'll .fl LIIe No. 1:5 I Fpot rind don't be too blamed particular lirvt: that: it occupies\ little room and on thel'Uul.iy( of Marcb, A. l) 1\111'1\ at I'ec-. i-'OlJi S. Palnfov Street.
what spot. There's a whole blamed 1 sneola, ..1111 clock 9. m or ns ',H.n tierenf'er Dinner I
at :!'Vat be placed Regular Daily.
: 1 laypnlng then-lore may appropriately the
." Bt the meciin lie heard!, apply to ._
r I'alafnx and (i.*rj-n ; lot of us In < )iUaliomu that can't svii.fl.1'aus:1 lie if the Circuit ----
(,n any table; second that it can Hon. h .1. Kei-vef, Judijl
K-ushtscordially : I : City I Journal.ust'imr ;i Court of Kscnrnbmcount), FlUid for authority DR. F. E. BRUCEreturaM
tLliERTJO1I.hON, used to cut siiusjipe. cheese. vegetables to sell the interests tif 1'ettertnnMaroniamKienevievi C' .
C. 0. bread and. Marzoni minors. Inth Short Ordns
besides I
n ltd other things l'roiiipflyFilled.
: A S. I th'.r S,'b4.tut.tla.t .. followin Ihcrll.,1 r..III..I'I'. to-uit: i ,
_l: t ninbrilla 1kkso third: thi.t the knife can be cleaned in I'.eKiuniiiK the .oulb"'I.rll..r of a lot Hag and reumed practice j Night or Day. \.
I I a fow M-conds and can al.) be sharpened now mned snit orcumed l>y .1. M. Muldon ; I
cheap and common that the puce thenea running; est on H line with the! II I Office 2-2 West Government tt., \ .
,' ,, t -
1\ Iif' I:Z.'. Suo :; ). 1\. flf I' very as readily as: u scissors or a carving -, .uth fenre of iliw Siiid tuition, 75 feet : V',
1) t "II ,t: N'1 !!III\nl.ln GIR you flhk: is ridiculous. I knife.: i tlien.'O r.orthnt rinht analen'Jiiifeet, ; thence Sili'bury Building.Toloiiliou.o I If It', Something Joofl to Eat "
'..,"-v,lliurfdav. eveni i" I >.-alcr-That's the beauty of thuttmLI'I.lla. ,:, \\p_t at right aoul" T.i f"et ; tht-nce south \ 'I you \\ tu.hi. you'll audit at :f"
their astle Mullon made of the very bcttfiiaterial _'A) feet to point of h'tr.nIng.tLLIE 14G. ,
1.\\ ,' 1"11 b'iilding : :: W \I' i
I ,
.u' corillilly. ALLMO.V.welcomrd.K. 'I' worth i-tcnKnjj.-rhiladelpuia; I meat that the house affords. To a cupful I 1t lY &\1 jrr:, I ,
L. C. I I'rrss. and a half of meat add a slice of ct n\ V" 'iJi xi Fr *' ':' *'- Popular Restaurant ,

I cold: boiled Lam ami tongue and of 1 3logua lliesn tiny Capsules ircsnpcnontf : I .!,''
nf'f't'lu'l' nu.1 !>Durieon.Ieeeiit J LUJ'IUCorit1 U
owed sausage. Mix with a cupful of : I : V. I (> JJ.i'aaro! of Cl'f.i1J'i ,
r had sa'.d that Sjmrjrion; i .
x, o. o, r. I his popularity no more to his Calvinism breadcrumbs and two cupfuls' of white b Cbeie md Ie j' tl'I f..ID'i( I } :

I II' I canul owed its excellence to its : sauce. 1'or the tnuI'elS n pint of r1ey 'llrl'ltl48 UmirstliP"iS : \.i_:_ 'r

'1..inili lrf>.l::o No 4iti I II I than: a "I replied," said Spurgeon; milk two tiiblespoonfuls of flour and rs anllluil{1 ers ....1J.# j,.. l .. :iUl'.Jt VlVI.' ','t .
I I.1 I tablospwinfula l: of butter and salt 4('. .
? S> at two "- \11' t1 \i 'Hi'iNiit.tIj \
at ;
evening fat
vf on
\\','. Intrn.lencm Hrcet. "thit the liuiup! wix a stt.ro (< and pepper to ta>te. Stir into the meat '>4 I T TA J L't' Vhti & EL
.i cordlnl\'ID\'lt..d.! which tit' cauifl liH'IIIJII a I:>ms; journey crumbs and white sauce: mixture the : SPEcIFICATIONS AND :I. D
1 .
N. U.
C.: |OIIANM.IS, and that its value depoude'l on its 1I I .
SuTetary.AJIZRICAN I yolks of four eggs; ; and when it Is cool I ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT PilKNCU bCIIKDCLK: : J
Uunip. fold In the stillly beaten whites.! Turn '!
!I jfAM
rarne into large
GUILD. PHYSICAL PERFECTION ou.'a and bake. First-Cla9: Work Guaranteed andi ?overnment steamer General French I .. 'j I;;

is Imposiblc if the liver is out of or -- i K which for
IITh3utIa (itapter4). 00':'. prints \ REAL ESTATE :{
der. A perfect liver is possible if3O'.1 Clrunlnic Lnce.Mine. !: 4i4 IAST IXTIXIHXCIA ST. benefit of the merchants who ship ,
.1 1'. LISDJf: '-TR\'TJ(.
,.If!'. cioveruor.K. keep using the right kind' of a Modjchka, who is the owiur of their goods to the tarious army No. South Palafox Street. i ,

liver: tonic. IIEFATICURA is the some priceless lace, says lace may If" 1- posts: J
_._ __._ Partial List of Desirable |>
Leaves FensanoU. 7:00a Dwellings
tonic. It will it out on a paper ?
OF L. right Kind of a liver cleaned by laying HARDBRICK heaves Harrbn-as_._, ........__ 7:51\ a. m. If !
liven up your liver to your entire sat covering It with calcined magnesia and Leave Ptckeus ___....._...__ siw a. m.Leaves for Rent in Various IJart8-.l '
and Itarrancus__. ._.. :1a.m.'
another putting Tllllllll of the 1.
with City : !
1',1 I al A'.oiulily Nd. 1505.Mi isfaction. It will provide excellent then paper Leave Feoracoln ..___.____10:15 a. m.
circulation and all between the loaves of a large book, Arrives Barrancas 11:10 n. m. and then 135.06: !'r torjr bow, containing 12 room, "If c 1
.uJay In each! month. digestion, excellent I ail modern conveniences, b
bath :
several When shaken out. It makes a trip to Fort Mcitee and then rt- on
for days.
W. P. U.THARP.ssrLi. orns to I'.arrancfts. upper and lower Hoori corner lot I "
health. D
'" ) .. %I. W.secretary. perfect I will be clean und fresh. L>ave., Barrancas ._.._._.......? I:Jh p. m. nice yard and shrubtiery. table out- i
-lr. J. C., who does not wish his Leave. Ptckens __ ..... ._. ,_ i:z p. m. bOU I'B, HC"0.. 714 Last Lahtu.tlu.t. .1' '
name published says: I cannot refrain ------ LeaVePenMacola.. _..__. 4:50p.m. & p.i5.M8Lory a
from extending to voluntarily Leave) Pickens. .. .._?_.......__ :15a.m. ; ; boarding house, containing 'I :fi'
you What's in a Name? I ArrIve. Harrancai &:HU p. m. and makei 1'5 room. knon HI tk* 1'onre da "
The BeerThat my sincerest recommendationof trip to McKe and return. Leon house. No. llu }:a.t Inttnden- .1"p

the medicine you prepare and sell Everything is in the name when it On Wednesdays fiaturdaya the |: ).-A cia d"o.ra".eotory street. modern dwelling .;!
under the name of HEPATICURA. I oat wiU leave Barrancas VIa Pick- 7 room.nloiIdprabIebectlonoftb,
E. C. :
for reason of its superior Qualitiesas I comes to Witch Hazel Salve. mi for Pensacola at 6 :30 p. m. city on a corner (.0 the street car I

Made a toner of the general system. DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, discovered, IMS'\ ON HAND The General French 13 for army: JJOft>-ljirge Hn!-.>o.62iNortli z-story dwelling iarclona, w roora itreet., :

Since using HEPATICURA, althoughI salve I purposes only and any outsider must routine 1'\'l1le"ljuar", Ko.Smj KattGovernment tR'
flllliraa have always been agreat sufferer some years ago, how to make a nave a pass from the quartermasterctake street. :':
!ANNMILVICTORIA! |*J.ut-Comfortable Pt'etory modrraowtllldg.y :
l n mums from constipation and colds. I have from Witch Hazel that is a specificfor II pa'aasre 01 her. rooms,very desirable lection 'I'
relieved from both of oflbe city. kitUHIed on :-"rlll
been entirely itching :
blind bleeding,
Piles. For . Kaylen uttucen btroug and DeHotoetreeii. ... I.,
to ,
and I venture say
these ailmcntSi! '
-1-5- in regard to the former, it Las no and protruding Piles eczema \ JJ5.00-2-story dwelling In ?cod order with i -t I
i equal. I have used only two bottlesof cuts, burns bruises and all skin dis- -TO- K room. three doors from the belt : ,, ',
1'E far yet I find Witt's Salve has no equal. line, bat gas and .al..r throughout.No. I I
HCPATICL'RA I eases, He I 21UNorth Harctlona street
my normal weight of 140 pounds has This has given! rise to numerous ONE MILLION 130.00:! l-stcry dwelling rooms, city water ,

BY ACME BREWING CO. been increased nearly 10 pounds. worthless counterfeits. Ask for De- 4II h.th! WfcitVright gas, .ltd large street.corner lot.So. 'I' I

1:1:> l lo-CKNT: II3TILE 1JEIU: I shall take pleasure in recommend I *13.70-i-btory duehling.Crooni., newly capered f
ing HEPATICURA to any one desirous "ltt's-the genuine. Hargis Pharmacy and painted throughout, on !iii
IN constitution bell line. No. 311\ Kait rlgOr7'lrep,. ,I
TOWN.DNNHEISSER. of finding the very best : John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. $15.00--storydwellln .clty ..alllr and bath, ,
builder to be had. Sold by all Get Our Prices Before 7 rooms ball t lock of ground with to..'
BROSA druggists.CASTORIA. Hot French Waffles with I beautiful tbadt) trlel, bOo.I'.j East "
__ CIn-anle' .tret" _
x. FOR THE CELEBRATED Florida Cane Syrup at 11j-I-.tor'd..1II01l. 5fo.415 East Qrego. l.
Purchasing.Capacity ryttreet.s room., newly papered and
W. f Solomon's. i painted. t'/
I HarDer listey.V I 1Il.oo-'o. East Belmont street, 6-rcom I
-- cottsgu city water. newly painted, ,
For Infanti and Children. SEALED proposals, endorsed "Pro-I In perfect order. ':
Scale will 110. 0-J.o. 1011 North AlcanU Urhet. a new ,
Railroad Track (
posals for house In good order with 5 room. .
H 'ae-loi S. Pdlafox street. The Kind Yon Hare Always BoogN be received at the Bureau of Yards 50,000 Daily. 1I0.oo0. tot Last Helmont Street, cay

p-R. El1' an e-Opp. Union Deot. and Docks, Navy Department Washington water, a neat S room cottage newly I II' JI.

P 0 15 ,x 2sli! Fla.Phoue Basra th.OgnMe ".I'r;;:;;;: until 1 o'clock, March H, 1903, I 8.00-.So.HOEa6t painted and Lal renovated:ua Street, a l frpapered -I
Pensacola of and then and there publicly opened, C. R. TAYLOR, 4-room cottage in gooa con.
116-2G3. for a 100-ton railroad track scale at I dillon, large lot, city water.A I
Pensacola Fla. Plans i la'K6115' of smaller flweiiingi. n welt :
tbe Navy Yard ftieftii11an Brick Co"i Artistic Shoemaker, al i no(liber of stores and offices *Ott KE.NT, STHOS.C.WATSON&co
and specifications will be furnished by

Live the Bureau. :MORDECAI-. ENDI FiNE WORK A bPI:; CIALIY. ., .

____ Jsromo Quinine! !!! ,Q I'1l on every COTT Chief of Bureau. January 26, Pine Barren Fla. Lea4 cz Real Estate. Rental and Jniaranca i.,' !
C M4-Oaw-2w.) Phone No. 2S. 9 South Palafox St. agents, 1 Booth faiafox btreet.IIlI : .
: : 'Cold bOneD y. Crtpui 2 OaySIJ. LX't't box. 25c 1903.


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SENATE CHANGES. I Oldest and Largest Agency; io j,

Yesterday at noon the new United West

1- States senate convened in extraordinary CAUGHT AT RANDOM ; Florida.ESTABLISHED .

session and the personnel is is,;,;.

<...red at the Poet Once at Peneaoola but slightly changed.Of ._.> .s:.

'Ia..eeeond-ctue matter. the thirty senators whose term "People in the city really have no I Always

r*i oilreef Building. YAK Boulb: expired at noon March 4th seventeen idea what an improvement will be poles Bros.INSURANCE

_, have been re-elected and thirteen the final result of the work now be- restores color .

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. step down and out. Of these thirteensix ing done at the Country Club's property .

are republicans and six are demo ." said an enthusiastic member of: t r to gray hair.Aycr's .

Terms: Invariably in Advance. ocrats. The list is as follows: the club last evening. "There is no

gat Year by Mall_____15 (X'' Republicans-Jones, Nevada; Wellington telling how far the improvements will :

Biz Months SSrOM Maryland: Deboe Kentucky; go or how large the membership win

Week by Carrier, Payable Monday 10 Pritchard, North Carolina; Mason, Illinois finally figure up, but it has already Hair Vigor AND

and Simon of Oregon. Deboe reached seventy-five I believe, and
., Hrtrtiting Rates Furnished on application
and Pritchard are suceeded by democrats every member tries to be more enthusiastic REAL ESTATE,

than his iellow. Several
Democrats-.Harris, Kansas; Turner good purposes will be served by the Makes the hair rgrow. :JOJ> South Pulalox trt.t.t.

Washington; Heitfield, Idaho; improvements now being carried on,
? 'Ca '
McLaurin, South Carolina; Vest, Missouri not the least of which is the increas Checks Phone!. PEXS.Y.
; Jones, Arkansas and Rawlinsof valuation of adjoining real: estate.

Utah Harris, Turner and Heit It is not new to you, perhaps, that falling -

field are succeeded by republicans- real estate values along the dummy;

mSAOOLA, MARC 6, 1903 making a net gain of one senator for line have greatly increased of late J.C.ape,Co.. GlXIU.I.il: : \T,

the republicans. And then Delaware and it is now difficult to buy any,lam Lowell,Nana.r .

Senator Morgan imagines he sees I comes in with two republicans making for what you could have gotten it TheEquitabielife

a gold brick scheme in that canal I. a total republican gain of three two years ago. The fact cannot be

proposition. senators. denied that the land values: have !been 1

raised by the Country Club's projectand "-' Assurance SocietyOf

Mr. Bryan's interviews, which used AMANDA BEAUCHAMPWINS certainly large houses will be< :i ; ) i d

,' to command columns in the newspapers the United States.
A BIG FORTUNE. placed on the new lands which are 'j,

now get no more than a couple cleared for improvements. And It I 11EX11Y B. HYni:, Found
of hundred wurds. There's such a Tallahassee, Fla., March 4.-The -- 1 o -
now remains for the Terminal Company -t
thing as talking oneself largely out Florida Supreme Court today rendered { I 'Strongest in the World.
to electrify that steam dummy;
of comSsskm. an opinion in the well-known con -
'u line to make of the vicinity an ideal
tested will of the state of Florida,
case :
spot for scores of summer: visitor""Have - -- WHY NOT THE BEST ? !
An Iowa Chautauqua takes pride in appellant versus Amanda Beauchamp, !

of the anouncement that it has arrangeda appellee, involving the nuncupative you heard De Courcey P< r:752J 25252 u'Sc'S2.rc5a S

i joint debate between Ben Tillman will of John Powell, a Jacksonvilleman Thorn's opinion! relative to electrifying ; WHOP 18NOWJNJMCE THE>> f EnG K ANTS

who died .. 1{ alMUsEMEF11TseN"Are
and Billy Mason. All that remainsto t\ o years ago, leavingan the dummy line? said a gentleman

make the show complete:; a dogfight estate valued at over $100,000. in the car. "1 have it on good authority .1;

Powell left no relatives and the 25252.S2S25'2525 Si TRANSFER GO
and a crap game. from a party who alleges to

claim of the state was that the property have heard him say so that the Bal- i I You a Mason?" I

The latest thing in labor organizations had escheated to the state. Miss timore stockholder says of the project i I iI The unusually excellent cast of Having; been awarded this .' .ft

is a Hoboes union. The hordesOf Beauchamii claimed that she nursed : 'The line must be electrified. It I"Are You Mason," which is to be RIX M. RO INSON TURNED OVER for theL.\carrying.; the L. S. Mail bt\\'
Depot and Post
tramps who follow up the harvest Powell several months prior to his would give satisfaction to ourselves II presented at the theatre on this even- LOCAL POSTOFFICE TO THE also the exclusive bajjgajrepnv On"and _

are said to have perfected a union, death and was affianced to him. The satisfaction lege on all trains "
and the general public, our -, jug, is headed by John C. Rice and entering; the e

with a scale of wages for work in day before Powell's death he made to be in the shape of treble thbusiness < Thos. A. Wise, two well-known comedians NEW MAN TODAY. I we are prepared to tran-frr: tui! ; _'

different The farmers must this nuncupative will, under which the and pas.eng-.tiJ to and front all : .
crops. pay If Mr
doing. I
we are now of the
i( very first water. Mr.Rice's tel+. residences and train day .
, h I the wages according to the scale or proponent, Amanda Beauchamp, was Thorn said that, and there is no i! work possesses a blandness The commission of Captain'imam I / t.promvt.

let their rot in the fields. To the sole legatee. The probate of the ..
tl crops doubt but that he did, we will be riding :.nerve and happy-go-luckiness, which H.orthtip arrived from Washington
: offset this the farmers now propose to alleged will was contested by the to Barrancas on electrically Reliable Scnice GaaragtccL
tf pro 1 never fail to carry him through with yesterday and today the postoffice was
l t. organize for self-protection. state, claiming an escheat of Powell's in six months-and I'lljust I \\'e also conduct a Freight!: Delivery
pelled cars j flying colors. Mr. Wise is a comedian turned over by Ris M. Robinson who
..,JJ, property, and after having heard tne Buihes?-haul piano. saff ,
wager an oyster supper that we lof the unctuous type whose facial has held the office for the past four machinery and furniture Rea-m-
t- There does not seem to be any necessity evidence, the county judge denied probate will ride to baseball games in electric I play alone is enough to convulse an years. able Prices.

\I:. for the enactment of laws toprevent of the will. cars this season." I audience. Aside from these two Captain N'orthup is authority for the I Telephone your orders to F. R.!

. ,.i child labor in the mills in Upon appeal the Circuit Court reversed I Pou's Livery rtuble s. Phone ,;n i, "r
statement that there will be
stars, there will be in the cast, Ed- no changes :
.' Florida but the and this decree, and this entry by Mrs. H. II. HallnurkV.: Kesidr.:
t press pulpit "Yes, sir, boss, said an old negro !sward Abeles, George Richards, Chas in the clerical! force of the offlce. Phone 351.MERCHANTS.
] might devote some attention to the the Circuit Court has now been affirm yesterday, "them nothern people are. I
. ,. :JJ. Greene Ralph Yoerg Jack Mahoney lie is quoted as saying that the assistant :

11 all to common practice of keeping ed by the Supreme Court. sure hungry after flowers. I run a |: Gertrude Whitty. Amy Muller, postmaster, Mr. A. A. Brown, will i TRANSFER CO..

y children from school to work in the sort of flower garden myself and: be retained for the I
( Margaret Evans, Hazel Chappie. Sally at least present. SIRS. H. H. Ii ALLMARK,1'rop.HARRY .
)Y fields at home. \Ve see every day make some money filling orders for | Cohen, Florence Earle and others. There was no ceremony attachedto HALLMARK, Transfer AB't.,

(children who ought to be in school, DE FUNIAK SATURDAY. fresh flowers to be sent av ay. I had i the change and there are few who !
: L. k N, It. it. Co.,I'.and luTHI .
, P.A A. \
A j4I'l driving about the city with loads of I an order for the hotel today and took I "Lost River. knew that such change: was being I

. country produce wood or charcoal I A programme of unusual interest a big bouquet of big roses to my cits' |I Southern Indiana, Orleans county, made. i
will be given at the Florida Chautau-
and they are similarly situated in I turner who was a lady. I found heron :. along the hanks: of lust River which With the as imption of the office :

'Wl their homes as are those recently forbidden I qna this Saturday and all Pensacola the front gallery and another lady rises suddenly to the surface and after by Capt. Xorthup :.Mr. Gad; Humph !

!i' by law to work in the mills people and visitors will find it one of was with her. The other ladywouldn't traveling on the surface six miles dis- revs the Might; clerk has .hakea hands !
the !best and the most profitable of the J JaY C ) IB! IVl.oIcsalc
; in Alabama and of the other !
,.l !.. some entire sesion. Captain Jack Crawford. believe the flowers I carried [ appears at the foot of Mount Aria, is with five jdjstnia.-iters. !i,

.f.t elates. were natural and would only content the picturesque locality chosen: by
, The "Poet\ Scout," hlso delimited
: \\
li \ herself by putting petals from the i j.Joseph Arthur for his latest success, FROM MEMPHIS: TO .PENSACOLA. \ anti
A Connecticut judge recently dis.Ir'r the poople last Saturday will again be I
roses in her mouth and chewin them. dealing with types and characters of Hetuil. (;ioccrs.mMjr.uiTius .
k charged a jury and continued a murder on the Platform. lie is perhaps the Charter Granted for Construction
After she had thus satisfied herself I rural Hooslerdom! and called "Lost
: case because two of the jurors best Speaker of his kind on the Amor- Through Mississippi. :: i ou
she gave me an order for four dozen j i River. An aqueduct is being built
of the crime lean and is ahead of Sam 4.fon'rnnrl.onginu :
'walked to the locality platform Jackson, Miss.. March
I roses to be sent to a place in Michi- over Lost River. The hero is Bob Family Fancy and Staple
r 4: and took a look for themselves to satisfy Jones. So yon see what that means. has issued a proclamation! ,
gan. Blessing a young Xew York contractor. -
I y their own minds of ct.rtaiul'oints. The train leaves Pensacola at j:.1) authorizing the construction of the : .< Groceries <
who has that work in charge. He ?
I f1 i\1 No doubt the action of the court was a. m. Saturday, and the fire So:: cents I Memphis and Gulf RailmJU, from
it "It i;? a safe bet to say that ..1hnCoe's i falls in love with Ora, a rural beauty and All
l'i' I Kinds of date
In accord with the recognized includes exercises.. There is alsoa (I'I Memphis to Pensaeola. Fla. The incorporators Itp-to- Kui.i-y
!':J prac'll ears burned: awfully yesterday' who lives near Lost River. The daushiter : are Oi\f-r! Cornell C (i'oj
'f 1 of treating jurors in such cases fine of vocal and
' Jice great programme and last night, for I heard at least. ; of his partner, who is wealthy, is II. Blair of XYork, L. W. Moen of : \Ve am Hole Di-tributors fur \\1-.

W4 but if the jurors in question were instrumental music moving pictures one hundred expresions of disapproval I in love with Bob and plots to efface Newark and C. II. Pond of Moorhead, I Florida for the C..It'Iratr-d Cafe lit

!3 f any loss; fit to render a proper vorMllct and a troop of the finest magicians in of the show he allowed put or L the uttle Hoosier but finds a strength: : )lisbls iIl'i.: I: Motidp Collee. Sweet Home MoliSPP. -

J" on the case because of their personal the world.!, Don't fail to take this opt I Illini and Climax Flour li lylc'-
ir& Wednesday night: said a disgustec'I : and courage eq'>ial to her own In little!
the More Riots. I Delicatessen:) German Am: fI r I can
t visit to locality, they were: portunity. ,
: ; patron. "I have seen many smutt i! Ora. Once when Pressing's life is Food XV Canned Meats Etc. All

f;'u 1f1' certainly not fit to have held the fate i shows; have seen what are believed:I '!'in danger Ora rides swiftly on her Disturbances of strikers are not : of which are Fold b.11111 flrt-cia '1i

'' :: of a human life in their power in THIS IS A to be the dirtiest an most indecent t [ wheel and shoots the villain just as nearly as grave as an individual disorder i I Retail Orocers in the city.

t,, f: : the first place. I DESERVED TRIBUTE. performances allowed in the west bu1 t he is about to stab Blessing. Several of the system. Overwork, loss (io2.ooi poriM r.uAio.\
tension will be followed
of sleep nervous
here jollier exciting incidents in which the ,
that the bill otWednesday 1
The public will understand that the The following extract is from a letter must say by utter collapse unless a reliable I ---- -
night; exceeded in filthiness I jhero and heroin. are prominent produce remedy is immdiately employed. :
written by Col. T. T. Wright to PENSACOLAPressing
: ;t extra session noon anything I have ever come strong dramatic climaxes followed There's nothing so efficient to
include] the House of Representatives Mr. A. V. Clubbs of this city:
does not cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys
attraction will series of homely pastoral
across. This kind of by a
t t ; it is only the senate. The "I trust that Pensacola will aid and as Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful Club
not help the house one iota and form scenes full of the quaint humor mannerisms !
j senate alone can consider treaties encourage:; Hon. Wallace Bruce in the tonic and effective nervineand
I would kindly advise:: the and laugh-provoking absurd- all I,
great Chautauqua work he is doing ) part I the :greatest around medicinefor
and act presidential
t on
house man to be more carefulthe i lilies of the Hoosiers which are in run down systems. It dispels :
for Florida and the South. Did you opera FOR GENTLEMEN.
important treaties demanding
The two most
Rheumatism and
next time an aggregation of questionable I( strong contract to the thrilling situations Nervousness, j
know I do the time and untiring labor I
action by the senate, are as Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs. ji
Tt offers its ser- I and notable for the intensely hu- i -
k Cuban and the canal given by Mr. Bruce to the FloridaChautauqua reputation ; Only DOc; and satisfaction guaranteed
the treaty "
vices." man phase of the characters. (.ost by W. A. D'Alembc-rte! druggist, j
would One
appreciatethe Dollar Per
The president is unwilling that you Month
treaty. JRi\er I ," will be the attraction at the 121 Palafov street.MATTRESSES .
I devotion and sacrifice of this noble I
the Cuban treaty shall fail and is II
house on Saturday night. I In Advance to ){
4, fltlis ill with opera lp.
bringing all the influence at his command : man. His Florida Chautauqua work Cameron Q. wry I OF ALL GRADES
i -
has elevated' and bettered' many typhoid fever and friends are apprehensive Clothes Cleaned and Prf 8po a
41 to boar in the effort to push it I I I Huntley-Moore Sock Company. FROM $1.50 TO $12.50. SIXTY o often as desired. Your ClothI ,,
thousands, not alone in Florida but I regarding his recovery. He -
through. The people' of the entire .1| Of the Huntley-Moore Stock company DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAMINATED I sent for and delivered. Call at
throughout the South: where Its workreaches. has been in a critical condition several o .
kit country without regard to party politics ; which will begin an encasement; FELT MATTRESSES. TRY I 9.j! :South Palafox and Join th-
anxious about the Panama I trust that gratitude will days. Club.
I at the opera house next Monday ONE
Canal treaty. This is far more im- prompt Floridians *> stand hylr.. News and Observer I o, '
night, the -Raleigh Laiiss1 Plain 4 Skirts !
jwrtant than all else just; now for if Bruce. You should\ consider the Florida "I noticed a wry foolish thing or, I says: I Hot French Waffl"8 with a Special

the canal Chautauqua a Pensacola! one and the wharf on several occasions; last
fails of ratification now Yours fur Xeatne-
it i' "It's the cry best popular prc" Florida Cane Syrup at ,
scheme will fall through and all will the Sivith's powerhouse: advanced afternoon. Business men who are too, mon'H.
I show that I have ever seen in !Raleish. -
have to be dime over again. There thought, its educational and indus c1os(-hst't1 to advertise:: have cards 0' G. W. IRWIN.Hot
is what the counties :""o' "
, +, 1r)' is no telling what would be the vx- trial generator." and circulars printed and give same i
1 i were saying<; they left the theatre rrV'VV"' TVVVVVVVV"II
the boat loads oil I
, 'I tent of the delay! in that case. to boys to hand to "The \1m'\ lC'y.loore :Stock: rompa
6 "For nneiimoui'i.. grippe rurn! <>- bluejackets as they come ashore. Out : Chocolate with

' } The people! of New Orleans are becoming mry and bronchial tro-iblp! take of 2S cases I noted, 2o threw down i:I ry made a hi' last: night- at th" Mor". I BEST BOOKS CHEAP. \ Whipped Cream, at Solomon's. .
It immense
alarmed by he unprecedentedflood Pjo's ('p. .. t.,. ('omn'hpinn'" the cards banded them without read mental theatre. captured an -i .
t I audience by its splendid rendition -
in the .Mississippi. The New lug what was printed on them : one I.... "Tbrf proper st.'lv: of mankind H ".A
WEDDING OF MISS i of The Ixist Paradise" "'..U." and the works > f g'est mas1 <
Orleans papers are Irving to calm put the card in his pocket and whena I rte of lilfrHturx are .Imply"o. >
COHEN AND MR. ROSENAU. i "The scenery is a feature TK! )r' big WHYS and liu muodt. rvnilrrtdmor "Ii STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
r their fears by telling them there is friend laughed at him he threw it I ,.
r I ni.iv to stud,
(; company has a special lot of it and > .
H but slight danger, but reports from Mr. and Mrs. (,us1.. Cohen this away. The other four took the proffered I I one ever gi-ts at th inmnht >
!! it is attractive. The company Itself IhhUlbUoIb"lIr.'b..a'Ur.-lIb..UI JIntmiacv
points up the river go to show that morning issued invitations requesting card and gave: U back to the I IK Nklio. If you will mnht > letwrrn IVncacola and .MilK.n-ll al
t is splendidly balanced and pave a L.Ik9. hut lh..i- sre meant t,, t.e read J
a- t the situation is really serious. The i, the attendance of the recipients! at boy with the remark. Wait until we i > and rf-rcail. digested and thoubtIL 'II ltnn. Daily Kxcept: Sunday.
performance that deserves the high;
a river from Cairo down is holding i the marriaae of their daughter; MissDaisyc. get ashore, son before you attemptto I over, !'o.-esonofxf-xrally1(00(1 JF "Ii
;jest praise. It really ranks as th P. took' worth mor- than tlio readIng "CITY OF "
I. more water right; now than at any to Mr. Alexander Rosenau on bleed us, which goes to show the > of a hundred olb", .. < TAMPA.
!! bet popular priced company seen In
time in years, and there is prospect Wednesday evening. March IS. l os: worthlessness of this sort of adver UT Mil ton ._ Alam: Lvt-n9acUlal'i rit
j Raleigh. ,> 10 vol. Thackaray, $2.35
I of much additional water. The present at S o'clock. The ceremony will take tising. Let me express my messagesto
I "Miss Mabel Moore deliehtfu]'I FareNicKoundtr1D.ilao.
state of the river indicates that place at Temple Beth-El in this city the public through the daily pa j wa I 13 nI. Eniwer; $3 00.I j I ,
[as Margaret;: Knowlton. She is pretty I
the highest water ever known will and will be followed by a receptionfrom pers every time, for I am then reasonably II I
stylish and has dramatic fire amI ]1 I vol. Scott
be recorded. Not only is the volume S:P) to 10 o'clock at their new sure that my ads will be > 13 $3.00. I intensity. Her costumes and lw I JEWELER IN HIS
of water greater, but the channel has' home. :214? West Garden street. These read" concluded the speaker who is diamonds were attractive! MessrsJ. > 31 3 Hitopr t ; : SUD O <
been made more narrow by the extension parties are widely known in Pensacolaand an exeditor.If ,
of th.Ien'. Informer H. Huntley. H. Harrison Huntle:)r And A DCtr.lH'r of attractive: Ftntlnvoluub : NEW STAND
:: ; system. are already receiving congratulations i
I and F.arl P. Adams did splendid work: K fur all s4"*, are r.'duc.'dduriug 'J
times of flood the spread was on the approaching event. You Are Lookingfor this bou*>**-< l.-"n DC tale.
in fact the entire company deserve:5 1. 0.s"rP.plennl.famv gn0tl.! that i.
all over what is Known as the St. 1 ---- .----------. a perfect condensed milk preserv- I coirmendation.i > th- build a'"* I. ft are !'-in:; ,.t Text to 'I
------ -
Francis ho'tom Arkansas, but today i I I Ii le without sugar, buy Borden's Peer- I i "The specialties ww clover an I I lar-'buon..nRnlo.Jr".c"1 ni.d culTl"') m.ili.llkir.. Malta ,: I have moved my jewelry.iff ',

: it Is confined and dammed up, i Headache I II less Brand Evaporated Cream. It is little Stella Ma-k, the child arfr"--, H rxt'r.itat birtluay prt-ttnt 120 8-uitb! Pahfox. formerly,: .

being: forced to run between the artificial iliouies sour stomach constipation I not only a perfect food for infasts. ; won merited applause by her spf-c'ai! : pled by Ka j & Co., and am i. a'batter
banks. The levees have to and all liver Ills are cured by I but its delicious Savor: and richness ties hi;;.", as did Mr. Harrison Ihn'I.'y i;1i: : I COE'S BOOK STORE, ;:" prepared than ever to u>"t

lie built up. and. t't'n'hln all is I HO1d& Pills I makes it saperi.tr to raw cream for eats will be on sap: at Cfe'Vol, co.Uer: and StilU.n"r.s great brains In diamond, wael! <--

done that can be done they may not cereals coffee, tea chocolate anden"ral store Saturday mornins:: Matinee: > I Jewelry, etc. Call and seems >' -
T 'pn-'rr at'ns cathartic. Pricel't'r.t' U13 South Palafox '
stand the pressure. Look out for 25 of a. rs., or by mallet household! ccoking. Preparedby will be given Wednesday and Sat' r. klltr Street tjlk let me convince you.

trouble! I C.I. flood .t C,)., Lev eiU Mass. Borden's Condensed Milk Co. day. j -AAA.A.,6.6..AJ III J.:I, TEPHES:


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W. O. O'NEAL President II
VIOLATED ; M. E. CLARK, Cashier ;
FUTURE 8.J.FOSHEEYice-Prei.dent; JOHN PFEIFFER, As.'t Caihi.r. It I
Prevents Many People From'Trying :,

HEALTH LAWS Stomach a troubles Good Medicine.are so common AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK t :

Something for Mothersto and in most cases so obstinate to .
cure that people are apt to look with .

Think About.I I' AND A WIDELY KNOWN CREOLE suspicion on any remedy claiming to Designated Depository of the United States. (t

be a radical, permanent cure for .
MUSICIAN WAS FINED PhETT/ and Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb. 9, 19\:3.\ %
dyspepsia indigestion. Many such '

HEAVILY FOR DOING SO. I I pride themselves on their acuteness RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. t.!

Lives of Suffering and i i in never being humbugged, especially LoaRsand Di'counts.! ..... ...... ...... .. ... $336.072.95 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... $200.000.00 ;

in medicines. Demand Loans ..... ..... ...... ...... .... 1228CG54: Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 2000000
"Sonny" Barrios .. ...... .... Undivided Protlts..... .... t
Sorrow Averted Creole a widely known This fear of being humbugged can U.S., Cdrand-pr-Jmiums" ...... ...... ,,i2Sg:! .: ::: ::: ::: : ::: wffig) I l ii',

I musician was in the city court be carried to far so far, in fact, that Stocks, securities, zJffia Dividends Unpaid.. .... .... .. ....... .... .. isis .

this morning on a charge of violatingthe people suffer for years with Furniture auJ Deposits ...... ...... ..... ...... ..... ...... : ,. i t.
many Cash and Exchange. .... ...... ... ... "... 22817024
ted r: Happiness and Prosperity made sanitary against laws Barrios cases and having two members been- weak digestion rather than risk a 4 >

little time and money faithfully

Assured by of his family by Sanatary Inspector testing the claims made of a preparation Total..... .... .... ...... .... ...... ... .... $911,420.10 Total.... .. .. .... .... ..... .... ...... .... $911,420.10This

Menko. Barrios was fined $30: bank opened for business October 23,1900. We
upon so reliable and universally usedas respectfully solicit your patronage and we will gin )
his pleading guilty and sentence on lour business prompt, courteous and careful attention. :
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets.

C raSoap.OintmentandPillsWhen! ,the other two was suspended al Now Stuart's Dyspepsia Tabletsare 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.

though a plea of guilty was enteredfor ;
vastly different In one important
All Else Fails. the two defendants.The .
respect from ordinary proprietary

sensation.arrest of He this resides man on caused South quitea Bar medicines, for the reason that they B. H. FAIRCHILD, I m :G. w. &. COt 'G. W. & COLZz ,; I Iifl ,

are not a secret patent medicine; no
r ': child born into the world with celona street and the health UPHOLSTERER

riuil or early developed) tens became suspicious several inspector daysago. i secret is made of their ingredients, 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. .
but analysis shows them to contain
distressing: ; di-figuring buy I Following a clue they discovered I
.the natural digestive ferments, pure 'arollt Work and Refinishing Furniture a ,
t the skin, scalp and blood, Inlol'jittof ?- that the law had been violated to ifl
the ino-t tcndtT ; aseptic pepsin the digestive acids, Specialty.
sa such an extent that there was no e\- : .
Ill-cause Golden Seal bismuth bydrastis and Phono 400.I See Our l of
nut only of its Display ?$
suflcrturaii'c i ctse for same, and the fine was fixed i ij I II ;
of the dreadful fear mix. They are not cathartic neitherdo i -

,::-iUuration is to be liMon's -* j(', case The thoroughly inspectors with investigated the purpose the off i they act powerfully en any organ, j i I R. K. WHITE, 18 .New and Stylish Fabrics.. HjS '

: future happiness: an,11'ro.:- but they cure indigestion on the common I Watchmaker; Manufacturing Jewelerand
making! a case against the attending t
fence it becomes I I sense plan] of digesting the food
the For Wear.
off i
duty I physician but nothing could be foundto Graduate Optician, I & Early Spring
*u<'h afi'.tctpd children) to ncmtlm i eatea thoroughly before it has: time i I : R,
connect him with the case in a'' 'R
c with tins best, the I i to ferment sour and cause the mis 11 tenth PiUfoi: St., PtimroU, Fitng's
t 1 inot ffVctive treatment criminal way. The fine imposed on I secret of SILKS 111 THE SNAPPY AND NEWEST EFFECTS. o
I I chief. This U: the only -- ; }
\ i/.,The('utieuraTreattnent. Barrios was the usual one adopted by y :
Loimlnt cle If Shine, Libcrliix. 1'ongit. Foulards Etc 0I
i their ft Siiino.Crepe (
d tKc
"!n with I'utu-tira Soap to the mayor in such cases. i!!} Best far f c. I "
',i; ":,in and se-ilucf 1 cruets and, I I Cathartic pills never have and I ,_ I

_" tie ai.iuatiiinof; Cutieunii I.angucr and weakness due to the never can cure indigestion and DRESS GOODS IN THE LIGHT AIRY EFFECTS. tj t
i I, to allay: itching! irritation t EXHIBIT SAMPLES OF l1 ]
depleted condition of the blood, 'stomach troubles: because they act }
1 mmatiim,ami soothe and iu-al, are VolK Ktermlnes. MinstrelLonsdovns, KtcO .
d,>-e; oftiiMira llc-olveut overcome by Hood's Sarsaparilla, the .:entirely on the bowels whereas the LOUISIANA OIL

I' -. iu c "l the blood in the severer greatHaluer.. whole trouble is really in the
i ..re all: that can be dc-in-d for the WASTINCS. P
stomach. from the
; By-products oil wells at
: nof lliesnfffrinxdf; skin t<>ri o
> i ii,mUaiulchildrfuaiidthecom- FOG EXTENDS i i Stuart's. dyspepsia tablets taken Jennings and Welsh La., are on exhibition VnJrus,Oxfonls, PI"In. Hguri-1. Stnpftl ft'I
i. .,. wurn-out -Irnt. OVER WIDE AREA. after meals digest the food. That in the show windows of the

M i t.'tis ofonun u, 'CutlcuraSonp, I'''is: all there is to it. Food not digested Thos. Watson Resl Estate Agency. CRASS LINENS IN DAINTY AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS.
.. .t. <1 by 'uticura Ointmcut, for jirci The local Weather Bureau furnishesthe 59O
I or half digested is poison as In the collection! are shown bottled
; -i 'I i purif j i'ug and beautifying the following this morning:

- i, for cleansing: ; the scalp of cruns. The depression which has been\ it creates gas, acidity, headaches, specimens of substitutes for linseedoil TU'HIXO THE lllMIN'O WKKK we ulll how New Lares. Triininlnin, ,;
> 4 and imlruil, and the s ol'1'iit .palpitation of the heart loss of turpentine lubricating oil, as- .h *-* Etc. The Largest Variety and Most Iteautiful KITecU we hare had the :
.,' illing hair for central for several days over the middle IJ 17rasureofbhowmg. 0 '
softening,whitening other
:flesh and appetite and many phaltum and cn 5e oil. The samplesare
: -iM>thiu!;red, rouzh and sore hawl_, Plateau has moved eastward and "
See [for aFcw God
often called by Display Yeiy Things i'
f,>r baby rake;, itcbings i and clutin!;4, is central this morning over westernSouth (,troubles which aN. distinguished by plainly printed .
i; the form washes for annoying some other name. labels and SCOPOS of pedcstrains tar-
. .itiorsatd: inl.uninatioosand fore Dakota. Rain bas fallen] during I sold druggists everywhere ; ben that
They are by ry they pass way to see
-iv sma: ;iH', autinfptic purposes the past 24 hours in nearly the entire
V.ieh readily suggest! tbi-B,selvts.'VPROVED eastern half of the country, and snow at 50 cents per package. samples from wells in which Pensa- J & GREEN, WATSON & CO. & jl'
gentlemen are interested .
in the middle and southern Plateau
LIGHT and in Montana. The rainfall has been EVERYBODY INVITEDTO BATTLESHIPS. P.t-. "G. W. & CO' T G. W. & co fl D3 e i

HAS BEEN AFFIXED THE Tragedy Averted. i in
light in most sections. A fog area __ ..,.

>e urgent complaint to tiea extends: from the east Gulf coast Bear Admiral Higginson sc-nds to "Just in the nick of thug our litt

irimber pf citizens on northward into Tennessee. The temperature The News tie following; notice with )'3 loy ys saved" writes Mrs. \V. D. HALE WILSON,

has risen in the Northwest Watkins, of Pleasant City Ohio.
i :;ia street. the antiquated ) :: tb. request that it bo puhli:::lied.
:Mie!I interaction of Tar- and in western Texas and fallen in "Pneumonia had played sad havoc
"The Conimander-in-Chit'f has ill i Real Estate and Rental
Uornana streets bare southern California and the southern rf-cted that during the stay of the flee with him and a terrible cough set Agent,

'.y the new and soft Plateau. Elsewhere changes in temperature in besides. Doctors treated him
ill this port the vessels .bould: be .
T'1 male of a once have been slight. | thrown open to visitors from lSrt l p. : but he grew worse every day. AI Ki.S South Pakifov street,

ho soft glarf' of length we tried Dr. King's New Dis TELEPHONE 0.243.. FLORIDA
Forecast for Western Florida. :ITU. until f p. m. All are cordially i- PENSACOLA,
> > make of a once : weryfor Consumption, and our tar-
bril- Fair tonight; Saturday rain in afternoon \ited. ling was saved lie's now sound and e .l
tare one as: I
It will he seen ry the a hotl1r t tI'
or at night: )light to fresh winds "
Everybody ought to Know
i 01: ht as any street from new until cnherwiss ordered .
'" .I'ut'um of the inn I' it's tin; only sure cure for Coughs, H. G. DtSiln & Co. ;
every foil!:) in the harbor oInto "
t-ehed with great Colds und all Lung diseases. Guaranteed
GOOD MEETING : \isil.rall\ the afttriioon and txlcursionits -
residents of that by W. A. D'Alemberte"l21 S. I
i Manufacturers ard Dealers la
coming from inland points ,; ;
The rcgifiar meeting of Camp Ward Palafox street Price 50c. and Jl.OO.
tmurroau.1 Sunday are esptc) : allyIirct'te't I
No. 1'), I" C. V., was held at 7:"II Trial bottles free. Sash Doors Blinds,
to <-bsrrce the :\h..n11 the ,
kor t h.'rIUY \'raFIi.'I o'clock TIf!>Ilay evening with Lieuten- I .1
, ships will be directly: off the city on special communication of Escam-
I a -I\JTlll YKrr hilt Commatider Snarez in lie chair. \ Shingles,
5. r ,'I -1ty {rare by miiltoneuln I Sunday iml as all of them will In- opento bia Lodge No. 15, }'. & A M., 7:30: p.
.\. 11. Ileyer was unanimously elected ,
: .' r .-I'.Mrt-n watts tretbiug visitors. stnr.ors: may be landed at m., Friday March Cth. Work in E. 4 II'
w I'U\ ". Itouotbrs the child, as a nn-mber of tho camp. r Builders Materials
chose lo "isieI
any one they A. Design.rtV.. D'C. Kessler,
b' i I"-..u.,i\s all pain,cures wind Comrades. C. Tipi'in. K. J. \YMtmire. \
Another thins to rt member is that
c 'It, ': i -i remedy for Umrrbura ). I Harry Gibbs w. M. :
W. A. Murphy. L. \\ Ittkh I Brick and Lime.
rect-nul on
strangers; are
t t. ( ""r little but!t rrr tnt Secretary. .
H.IlI'el and ..1.V.. t'ratf"r're elected
I' M ii UrucKihUlUtvery paw hoard every ship ant lIe oSri-rs and 11.
"' 4 I ?'IY' : five cents a bottle as delegates; to the brigade reunion: I Tol.ophono No. :
Tt certainly endeavor us have ('\(' _. .1
.. m .
M r. \t luslow's Moot which wiL be held at De Fuuiufc. on
] body enjoy themselves while on hoard
' .
v i t.t': : .kxi.onthrtkind.Ri
March 2S.: All members of the
: camp :
lany ship. Notice is hereby given that the co .SPECIAL
vhf. SERVICES and otherseterans are inviu-d tr> attend I partnership heretofore existing between SALE.. .

this 'reunion. !i .-. -. -, I Laz Jacoby Harry Kahn and '1:
''- -
WILL BE CONDUCTED C. V. TI1OMPSOX) I r ;: \ T. E. Welles under the firm name of -AT- 'to

I I the Jacoby Grocery Company, and doling
'. \ual f:1'ficeshich Adjutant. business at 1'ensacola. Florida.

Mils week at Heed's t JEWS NOTES) has this day been dissolved by mutual '

' imTed to suspend, ANNOUNCEMENT. II consent. I.az Jacoby has retired from BRAWNER'STo
said firm and Business but the said
n.t Monday night I :'T. John B. Vaughan has been ap' : l ,,__ '__ .A ; Harry Kahn and/ T. E. Welles will

,i.:1. divines assisting posited agent of the News at Century. continue the lusiness at the same

'rtlr I services were lie will net'lve and receipt for daily The attention of those suffering place and under the firm name of the make room for my Immense Stock of Spring j i

a Ilo'r they were first and wetU} subscriptions and advertisements with Astigmatism or irregular Mi 1Velles-Kahn Company; Harry Kahn

.ling b ivy do; nTeat uiid keep: the News ea, hand! t i!i sion is called to the card of Dr. Thto lana ('r.I Goods, which is now Arriving Daily. i.j.
iat rest has at Sis rta iiirant at all times. Dated. Pcntacola, Florida, March
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in diseases of -
work : r.eilamore, a specialist :Srd, l'J03.: "I:
tii'l the pood :
the eye. lie is a graduate of Paris{J I,. JACOB SJOO yard of Koft-Knmbtd! !; j I :341 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirt .

I CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S0 and Philadelphia hools and comes t f HAUUV KAI1X. VAriichf-d. Dom tic, worth ie, tug' ,. worth fI, special 70c; drawers-

T'I. :'\ :So South Palafox street, f..r your jtu the city highly recommended. J)r T. E. WELLES.Mtf. mlkpr'om.at-1lcyard. !: to match. ';;
\ C'OMi IN: DM-2 IY i i I : 4. VuJie ; :
Stt) ynd"tchvile"! 4 Hleachfd H(>
t electrical work. He is prepared to liellamore! is located in nom '.I of the I ady-to-We'lr .:
'nn 'lJIIIIIII! TnbtrtsMille. j Domestic, worth 9c, to uukb room, Day Skirts worth U.iiO, special sale
ilo you a tirst-cU-at job at moderatepricfs. old building and will examine I r I
ou fury armory ... it;c.yard. !Jbe each.
A Guarantee il Lure lor I ili ,
rstrV'L/ II I I I'hotieSWl. free if charge. :."J i Llldi(>.' Hpady.to-Weotr ;1
I I : your eyes < I Itching I'.lmrt, r.leeillne or i'rotrudlng 2jo1) rd* L"ri;:dal > and Fruit 14Bleachfd Day lainy. H
( :-kirt3. juU: < "wl
Dometic all
worth I wool
Hot Chocolate with I IlL i The fluetit line of umbrellas in tht If you want bargains; in anythirg Piles. Your druglll.t11I reluoil your unke room at 8'4e yard., 10c to worth 14 Hpecial Me| 82.K each. '! 'J"i1

J'' ,I Cream at feolot I 1 I city i.i at J. I. Swptiens'. Go look I that is useful. wait for the auction sal iiioucylf, 30 cents 1M7.O OINTMENT U.l to cureyou 10.W) yards 1 Uiibl"sel Do- ru L'l ld'eKIuck' mind Colored I:

; '. : at thpm. ; of Cohen's stock at the o and 10 cent, I mettle, worth fie, to uijfce room, at Worsted.e:Skirts. worth H W, special .: 'f 1,

- store No. 4": South I'alafox stnet.Sak I Hot Trench U"nilleswith 4'ac' yard. 37 L-idlp/ JUack Tailored and ttf

.. to begin! tomorrow atI o'clocli I Florida t aiio Syrup nt 100 yard 10-4 Gold Brand l K ept- tired ftkirts worth & jI) to 1(5 Fiz- !
t- .' \.o \ A'.a. ;(. 4 ..... ...A-A..ft1.1t.a..J6.. : I inr, worth lye, to muko room, at 13:; sale U.1* toUJ.'i! I t 'ij
y. ..,...UI'.. "- ...9".'i Jf..9 .M'iIf'ogr.; 'O'i.I'.W".v' p. m Solomon's! each. ,.5-"
yard. 1W) dfi MHI'H All Wool Camel's : ,

i LENTEN SPECIALTIESAT Base Ball. lOW y::rrl10 4 Ppp.->Pral JUpaeb Hair Undershirts, worth f 1 &lJ. gpec- !
NOW IS THE TIME TO FURNISH heptihsr.! worth Ji.c.to! cukerooui, [hlldrawfoU? to match, in White, t '

A same of base ball the first of the YOUR DINING ROOM AND MAR- at ItTV ?.lc yHd. Ked anj Fawn colors 114'

--AT-- season \is scheduled! to take )place on STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU : ) yard- 10 4 IVpp.-ral kl ached andHeeced 25 doz. Bo.v'' ; aDd frls'{ Ribbed ;
I :-'he..tlt::. worth tic, tu nuke room, Undershlrt3 at ': .li
.SOL CAHN & CO'S. the arrival of the three O ciocl: : dummy wANT I! IN SIDEBOARDS, CHINA I atD). yard.Rem 25c; drawers to match. .' !l ;'

.. .. at Palmetto Beach Sunday afternoon CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS. utb"rwe 24 doz. BoY'iJ and Olr1' Oray and tj'! '
carry a fail line of Red All Wool Undershirts .
between a picked nine from the Boys 1'duH. from 3 to 16 age at drawers to match. at 50c-; ;

t IS :II M \uKiau.: :. uitr.KV TI'ITI.K MP.KT battleships Massachusetts and Alabama Hot French Waffles with prices t'' >uit evtrybodv.7Jdor We carry a full line of ',i!1 j

.V I': N .1.,.. COIiriSll, Mri- HKIlj: l'U.\B", and the Chorons \Varrington.. Florida Cane Syrup at ( .M-n'-,* Hp'avy French Neck ren'* and Boys and OirN'Ladies'Shoes: / !

.fIII'II'I< I"". ritii IUIK:, (Both teams are said to be in good con- Solomon's.A. Moreno Undershirt=, special 20c; that we can save you 2oc on. i; 1-
drawers tit m.itch.tks.loz ,
\ ,''1IIl' 111 1\1,0 HEat.<. KllTKUKD llhlilllNU: Iterslnber-'e carry a full line '
dition for a fine game.CREX ; Men's Klepced Lined Un- If, -'IAU'iJ
Clothing Bount
Il'NNY FISH.m dpr hirt=. worth oOc at flJo on
special 3oc; Jollar.1[ Wewillclo-e ;
F .thing Generally Kepi in a First-Qajs Grocery. PHONE 173. AMERICAN GRASS CAR C. BINKLEY desires hit friend drl\VprHo tch. l/J lu.t !2 price otf other merchants them out at j' ", .

,;\: PETS AND LINOLEUM. FINEST and the public to know that he has iJ

- THING ON EARTH FOR YOUR Moved to Rom 50S, Tbiesea build- We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress : i iI
I in?, where he will continue as: heretofore
a general law practice. Goods at New York Wholesale I ,
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QUINA. 1 1ReIll

I OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine 'lad r th ses, i,'I J

Try them.
oysters today. ?
I I NIC APOSTLE.Jfudq'ms : j

;51 I _____' I INo io5 S. Palafox St. .

Palatcx! Street, Old Armory Building. the $cst hr oc. .1.
11 test t litRieicla Street: Laxative Rromo
% __ P1I
Try Gunther's Candies at I I|I ca every

IMXSACOLA, }'I.\. Solomon's. Opposite Jas. McHagh'a. Cures cold M one Day, Crlpfa 2 Days c koz.25c I


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I The SPORTING WORLD Shaky Hop Bridge
II In the wilds of South America many

I FoarDIt'r' Xtnr Racing Anto. Winter Eczema rope bridges exist, and In writing of The best

; Sour them a traveler who published through
Moro -
In his: new liO; bort'qotl.\'t'r racing
"The Great Mountains -
car, constructed In the sfcape of a Is one of the Messrs. Longmans; .

StomachNo bnct with one seat on the rear axle. 05?i TETTER I many varieties : "There and Forests being of no South trees here.America such" at one-half price

Henry Fourn l.r. the most daring perhaps of that tormenting I pays

) of the orld's chauffeurs, Aspects: disease called Eczeaa. It slum- 1, bridges as were necessary were usually -

appetite.: 1053 of strength to travel a siaslc: milo In thirty swond hers through the summer and breaksout constructed or a couple of ropes It tabes five of time ordinarr "quarts" to make a callon: but a HAYN'ER CC\RT

nervousness headache constipation: and to 1:.) for an hour or a day at the in winter. The head, feet anti hands stretched across a chasm, upon which full quart aa honest quurt of 32 ounces four to the gillon. Now. jou pay jtur Ut a..r is U Ii
the most often attacked though least '1.25 a bottle for whiskey that cannot possibly be any better than .
are parts ; I rough kind of matting u .
risings was spread a
tad breath, general debility, sour -
E.ime rate.Founder. it sometimes other of the 'I food. orM.85:: a gallon. H you buy HAYXEK WHISKEY you line at lea* JJ us -a .
and catarrh cf the s'omach are will fly over the road at the appears on parts made of pliant brushwood or a sort cf gallon. We sell two gallons for about the same as you pay for one gallon of prubab \ t; m,
body, the s'inIJar ens, cracks open and whiskey. Just think that over and remember that HAY.VER WHISKEY pews mrect
all due to> Indigestion Kodol curesLndgctio rate of 100: miles in an l.-our. lIe will bleed, while the itching and burning is rush Such bridges; swung about ft-ar- our distillery to you. carries a UNITED STATES REGISTERED D1ST1LU.K Uf'ft ?

; This new discovery repre- po (torn Paris to P.ordeaas ia only a at times almost unbearable. Scratching I I fully and cracked under the foot as If ANTEE Of PURITY and AGE and saves you the dealers' enormous "roflts. That'a ":
It's so good and so cheap. That's why we have over a quarter of a million
sents th, natural Jices cf digestion little over three hours. Crouched low only makes it worse sores and scabs i about to give way. Often I held my tomers. That's why YOU should try iu Your money back if you're nut SaUifleO satisfied, CL*

as they exist in a healthy stomach, U'M>n Li-5 Kfl<'hm