The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 10, 1903
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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tae 4.hwS and puss. colds a..d haiaoheswhich are dL: '' :\t'\tI ,.:. .t ';:;; .. -- 1
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; { ,r 1. of Lee Representative Curtis of that \elous] that fifty or more people, were I to a call ; a days ago. "
some drug establishment: where they do ,;: #. [to :.:%.j lt.f i uIl"{ .. state said: i not seriously injured or Killed. The meeting was held for the purpose '

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the ties for some Mr. Chambers, vacating the chair, .
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Representative Cooper of Wisconsin distance, and finally buried itself In addressed assembly

with the dead officer. On the way hemet I thought it would be unwise to the mud. The mail coach being lighter plan of I government. Raid to have i .' t

VIOLENCE E I another car. the crew of which NEGRO'S NECK officially honor a man who had tried ran some distance further. betn originated by Admiral Wise, in ;;.

relieved the injured man and hurriedto i to destroy the government.Representative At the time of the accident the train I command of the navy yard. That official J['

the city for asM:iar.rt. Livingston, of was running about forty miles an was said to be very much in fa- j j01' >;

OUT ;| The tang tk-teethc! de;.arlmentr I j WAS BROKEN Georgia, holds an opposite view. lie hour. It was twenty-five minutes \ of a confiscation of I leases and I-. *' .1;'

accompanied by thirteen policemen, .
-- \\IBt to the seine of the murder. "This talk against the Lee statue j, track which. is on the right hand side, Other speeches) were made after :. j

t'.orouuh: search was made for {'ham.I..r mislirpl"tecl.'irginia has been I seemed to follow which a petition was made up and i :_
i BRUTE WHO ATTEMPTED CRIMINAL : -' is all and the other cars
THE WATERBURY/ : l .-:. Shortly after midnight the ol!!-. given the right to place the statues of the side track partially. i signed by all present, whichirtually! :
STRIKE. -er.s came upon him. lie is a young two of her sons in the ball, and that entered a strenuous protest to

I Glow nut o\er twenty years of age THE CONSEQUENCES.Tampa right cannot be taken away. Although Wrecker Sent. change. This! petition was addressedto .t

-- I lIis bead was coeredith bhltlfl.lnt' there may be a great deal of .\ wrecker and special( train was the government officials! and will ,

it was fouul that be had not been fuss and, feathers about the acceptance sent from Birmingham. The latter was be sent to its destination at once. "-

..AYLAID AT THE struck with a bullet, bat had beenporl.ded Fla.. March '.-Iknry of the statue by congress. !i in charge; of Superintendent Starks It is a strong one and it is expected )

-.D THE. POLICE-1 upon the heal with the butt Thomas colored, who attempted to "The Marquette: statue was never and Train Master Ha)'low. On it that it will be heeded.! ,. ., ,
Dr. Pressly. :
: end of a re\ol\er. The young man criminally assault the ten year old accepted by congress but it remainsin with about twenty physicians, as the JENNINGS WILL NOTAPPOINT, 'y. ,

told a -tartans story of his exjirritnces. daughter of Porter Keene was lynched statuary hall, all the same. Georgia +
first led to the belief that many DELEGATES. '
lie sail as son as he leaped near Parish last night after being has a statue of Alexander Stephens I.
I killed and injured but just
t.! March S.-Vii> t irons the car the men followed! him i posimelyidentified by his victim and in the hall lie was a vice president as the were train was leaving the city a Tallahassee Fla., March 8.-GOT. I "" r

:' anew in \VaUT- :firing their ieol\t-rs. He ran at topspeed having admitted his guilt. of the Confederacy. If hatredof second came, which said that Jennings yesterday rtceived a felt'i i : i

the high feelingMI for the swamps nearby, and Thomas was captured yesterday afternoon the Confederacy is at the bottom physicians report were not needed and all gram from Wisconsin advising him .!i ; I

t-trike of the'ittors "hen be discovered that his pursuers five miles south of Parish of this movement, why any more objection with. that the Legislature of that state desired \ I
but Dr. Pressly were '
gained on him he laid down. They and after being taken to the scene of to Lee than Stephens Both that a convention IlfJ held in f
: of theConn.'l Dr. John
On the wrecked train was
soon gave up the searchhereuixm his crime was hanged to a tree. represented a principle and each in .\ Ga., on July 4, I'.i't:;. to discuss y
: Lightiiis; ( "m. Vincent of Springhill, 111., and he attended I Itlallta
!' murder and I'D- young Cbambcrs burrlwl from !his The crime which Thomas romnilt- his way did all he could to make that to the injured. Dr. G. II. the race question and ruiueMiui' ; ji\I ; : ;

,, hiding place and started for the cityto teed was one of the most daring that principle permanent. the Governor to appoint delegates to !' i
';suhn is tbe'ic. "
Smith, of Saginaw near by arrived such convention Gov. Jennings! refused
pi\e the alarm. He fell in with a' ever occurred in this state. having taken "If Kansas wants to place John I .
!ItI'I'rs. a non-unun in a short time and assisted. to appoint such delegates unless -
aeen and for a policeman, who conducted him to the place in broad daylight. The ten Brown's statue in the hall, no one can The were brought to so directed by the Legislature.; .

car barns. year old daughter of Keene had been object. If Kansas thinks he was one passengers 1,
i .ins' was unknown. Birmingham about 2 o'clock, and in a i iA
Not a clew Could be found as to sent to the home of a neighbor i to of her great men, nobody can objectto GAVE OFFICERS
< \Viborndorin to i
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ergo short time the train went :
i must into ins(>nsi. the perpetrators of the murder. The purchase .some vegetables.: The her ideals of what great men are. Nashville. There was delay of less HARD FIGHT. .,1 1

l car when it reached the city, showedthat neighbor's home was only half a mile The reflection will be on Kansas, the -
.ambers! is badly f)
five hours. The wrecking crew dressed in
than colored
had been volley! of shots when the victim of the Lee if Eliza Rogers
there a distant and same as will he the case as to ,
is at work and .the track will probably silks and satins, stood up when her ; :>>::
senta J
fired at the defenseless men. assault arrived there she was there is any reflection. r
'Lf! crime at
was I be cleared today. nahie called in the mayor's court ; ,
shots having been, fired while the short distance from the farm to secure was
rminiis i'f' the % carried to St. Vincent's td}
The injured were today. She was fined Jl ) for disorderly I
T is"a trolley i")le was off the three men the vegetables. The the negro PAY TRAIN LEFT
line. The spot !
hospital. conduct. Eliza attended a swell
reached were in darkness. saw tier and immediately followed, FOR Y. R. RAILROAD.At i
car the timo
hall last night and by
to assault Wreck. negro .
with and attempted Another
.'i.ithe crew made NEW PHILIPPINE MONEY.: came up I the affair ended she was hilariously ,
..f' return trip. Im- i her, almost within sight of the G: -II' o'clock this morning the Another wreck occurred Saturdayat drunk. Not satisfied with that trans- ;

> conductor turned First cf the Specie Turned Out by the farm house. pay train for the Yellow River rail Brewton. between southbound passenger gresion cf the law she began to curse i,

Mint. girl when she finally the 1 and southbound loudly and resisted efforts of .
Un1 motorman relive Philadelphia The little road employes left here making train No.
take her to jail. She r
three officers to
". Colonel Edwards managed to escape, ran towards her to Cresuiew on the freight No. 17. The collision took
'. masked! men Washington; March run without stop ; will know better next time. f i.

Irishes at the road- Chief of the Insular Divisionof own home, and the negro continuedto P. and A. Toad, thence over the newly place as the freight train was going !

ear and discharged the War Department, who made'preparations follow her. Mrs. Keene alarmed at acquired branch. into the siding, the caboose being Working Overtime. i:J

< s ry man being in advance to carry' her daughter's absence had started Chief Clerk Walter Weekly, of thesuperintendent's struck by the pasenger engine. Engineer by '1

in search of her, and. Immediately after on the shut off brakes andjumpel Eight hour laws are ignored '
1 .idelsobn fell dtadTie out the provisions of the Philippines office was Wright workers-Dr. .J.JKing's

motorman leai I currency act with a view to relievingthe I she left her: home she saw her train. He will deal 'out sheckles to thereby probably saving his those tireless little Pills. Millions aro I
uiih a cry uf pain. financial strain in the islands, has little daughter running toward her the faithful workmen.An life. As it was he was badly bruised New night and day, curing ;

i I. <.n followed him just procured from the Philadelphiamint with the negro in pursuit. Upon see extra passenger car was attached and will be laid up several days. always at work Biliousness Constipation t

;.'H-r turned their at- the first of the new silver money hgIrs.. Keene the negro.drew a pistol to the train. This was occupied byMr. The negro fireman, Al Richardson, Indigestion, and all stomach 6

< inductor. lie was to be used in the Philippines in on her and theratened to shoot F. C. Brent and others of this city was badly hurt in the head and chest Sick Headache

;: Mr of the car and the shape of a "peso." her if she came further in his direc who are interested in the Yelow River Both men were taken to Montgomery. Liver and Bowel troubles. Easy
chastein W.
and 25c at
The new coin is simple hurt. pleasant, safe sure. Only
:.\.<1 until he was al- design. On its face is an emblematic railroad. These gentlemen are None of the freight crew was 121 S. i
tion.The the A. D'Alemberte's drug store,
.- The men then left female 1 gore representing a Fil- alarm was immediately given making a periodical visit over A wrecking train vas sent from !

ippino working out the destinies of and posses of citizens began a search property and claim that the trip has Montgomery and son had the track Palafox street.

her home on an anvil. Behind her He was at no special significance.
r aw his motorman and for the negro. locate clear. ANNOUNCEMENT. t
is the smoking cone of a volcano but managed to escape engine No. 256: was badly
( ,Ir. and saw bin fol. around the picure are the words "(ytePeso" several places is what makes price 11Burnett's Passenger i
I time until he was finally Quality and the caboose awl two Mr. John B. Vaughan has been ap .y
'.. each better crippled
.rderers.\ The c*>nduc- and "Filipinas. Vanilla Extract was BO
: : ;- feet with difficultyide On the reverse of the coin is a I captured. extracts its! price would of the freight cars on Xo. 17 were pointed agent of the News at Century. (
.... of the wounded ; slightly modified representation of than Once tried, always completely wrecked.. He will receive and receipt for daily
the United States coat of arms with I TO CCUE A COLD IN ONE DAY be the same. Conductor Clay White was in and weekly subscriptions and advertisements -
-.iw the officer was words "I'nited States of Ameri used.
the I
HroraoQuinineT&bleti All train. He wasa and keep the News on band
; -rs: r. hardly able to ca." Colonel Edwards hopes to sup Take Laxative the it 11 falls to charge of the freight
Mi- controller and ply the bWds with the new currencyby I cure.druggist E. W. Grovel signature Is ou ,.cb 3 adg m's, flit zest f for oc. former citizen of Pensacola. at his restaurant at all times.'i4 ,

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SThON&1EALTHYiAND HANDLING OF IRON ORE to be transferred into pig iron. This + 1'.I

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STEAM SHOVELS ARE BROUGHT such point as is desired within a
INTO USE AND THEY LOAD ORE limited space has a hoisting speedof
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along the bridge at the rate of l.ftuO
feet a minute. The operator travels

SIXTY-FIVE GRANDCHILDREN LIVING i with the grab and can unload it at

Washington, March S.-The won i any given point desired. The bridges for Infants and Children.

ders accomplished in the mining and
to which these arms with their grabsare 1 The Kind You IIu'ehm3'S Bought has borne the
AND MARRIED. handling of iron ore in the Tnitot1
. attached can be swung in any ture of Cha-i. II. Fletcherami has been made un.l.T ]ns
States by the .ipDi.ctoi: of frcaern
i direction, so that ore, limestone, or personal supervision for over SO 3''ars.lIow no m,,,
, I I manchinery are outlined in a special
: coke can be deposited or picked up to
Mr. Ralph Bullock of Brooklyn N. Y. : report to the British government anywhere in the yard, and are work TtI t-a"-gnOt1" are but Experiments, and endanger; the
1k mad3 by the Acting Brtrisn Consul atChicago.

k a: Who Is In His 105th Year Says He ; Mr. T. Ei.altirtt', a copy of ed by electricity. Twenty-six men health of Childreu-Lxperiencc against Experiment
under this
will now perform system, "
which has been receive l h y the I The Kind You Have
r Is as Young and Active as Any ol |;Treasury Bureau of Stati<;tl.3. The the work for which :goo were required Always BoughtBears
under the old system.
His Grandchildren--He Weighs 175 : report is entitled "Report on tIron the Signature of

! Or. Industry of the L'ntt.l States," Dangers of Pneumonia.A .

!. Pounds and His Only Medicine I Is ;; t'ii yiu ep''at atten:"oc i'1? cold at this time if neglected I is

I .;--:(fIl methods of mining and h / I'' liable to cause pneumonia which is

.in.; of (1'(., by which band labor hrb so often fatal and even when the

DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY bEn greatly reduced. In truuii"; ore patient has recovered the lungs are

in rtriain parts of the Lat,') Sni'Ciior weakened, making them peculiarly In Use For Over 30 Years

region he says that the top covering susceptible to the development of ... .. ..
.I' cron.u. eoYp. n MV..r..trr..tW e'rrii
"r was always fond of life. said Mr. Bullock to a reporter last evening. "I saw
A great deal of It when I was young and to this day I can laugh as heartily as the of ground rock is scraped offer the consumption. Foley's Honey and Tar A .

youngest of my grandchildren. I am good whole; property before minir.j; begins. will stop the cough heal and ,
for some more years and I scarcely feel
Uailroad tracks are then laid direct ; strengthen the lungs and prevent !
my age. My timorous constitution and remarkable I
freedom from disease U due to to the ore, and the ore so loosened by pneumonia. W. A. D'Alemberte 121 -= W. B. WRIGHT GOlDPlHiy
. the daily use for many years of Duffy'sPure I I I S. Palafox street. \, ,
Steam shovels 'hen
I blasting. sire
MaltVM I 104 i
ky. Though am past
l I I II n
! years of age. I feel as young and hearty brought in'.o use and they load: the ore 1, t: MANUFACTURERS AND DEAI-EKs-
', as forty years ago. I neigh 1T5 pounds \
I, }:. my appetite is Rood, and I still do all the directly upon the cars, one ot these

> t.t\f'.: 'll chores 1 cannot: say too much la: favor of mL('hines having loaclH 170(I"jl') tons I CASTORIA nl-i LUMBER: LATHS
! \ '..I : %"t Imffy's Pure Malt tVh6key, whuh is indeed .
\ in 20:! the of 0,5'i'; .
i, .; a blessing to old people and invalids. : days, or at rate over : For Infants and Children.

r:/ '1' ply '!; I know it has prolonged my life many tons per dar These loading machines Aul = SAWED CTPHESSSflIHBLES-fllH-Kifc;;i F
. ,I 'p j'\ \ years." I The Kind You Have Always Bougfii (
i ,% \\\ which daily handle more than I
; \ \ Mr. Bullock's wife died twenty years ago.
fl 11 I, I'! I \\\ and he is living with one of his: grandchil: 6,'100 tons are each operated by 5 I Boars envaeaatore _- -=-- PE i-1ACOI.A. FLA
., \ dren. Sixty-five grandchildren are married and the labor cost for miningand
men i -
i rrt l and they are all strong and healthy. of''
vF His descendants who live in Fort HamilI loading averages but about 1*; I I

, //I d(k ton. Brooklyn and Manhattan are the Mc- cents per ton, and in the case of one COAL AND WOOD.I
,f.( tL\ y'fJ., Donald! Watts. Hurst. Bullock and Clarkfamilies. i NOTICE. .
mine which dug and loaded 2'J.J.Sot
\' 0 t" I \ I'I
\ The health an>l rigor of Mr. Bullock's tons in 171 days, the labor Cost wasonly ; I have been authorized to takt WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE
r children and Branlchildren; show that their
+ ft father thought of descendants and kept : 4 cents per ton. subscriptions for Wm. JenningsBryan's THIS WINTER THAN EVER fEFC fiE

his constitution strong and vigorous with a In the transfer of ore from mine to paper "The Commoner.The .
' RALPH UCLLOCK.: 14 TEAHS: OLD. pure stimulant and tonic leaving all kinds: I price is $1.00 per year in ad
Cf drugs and medicine alone. So It is: with a woman; she should keep herself healthy vessel on the Lakes the absence of vance. Those desiring the paper SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW

and stron?. If the fathers and mothers kept their constitutions stron and free from hand labor is also noticeable. The can have it sent to them by seeding
disease, there would be no sickly, puny children. It is an easy matter: to keep the I I
trains to docks I1.OOto the undersigned. Olsen &
long Thompson Ce
ore are run on
: body in a state of normal health by using Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, the only absolutely ,
I : ,
pure stimulant! and tonic which is Tree from fusel oil and other dangerous! etending nigh above the water alldha'ill I ,
f c Ingredients. Do not fill your system with patent medicines and drugs. 'I I Care Daily News
i I !; large pockets or partmems into I Manrcsa Street, Tele f hone 147.
There are thousands of cases similar: to that of Mr. Bullock's and If every one .
.. used Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as directed the average life would be prolonged aticabt + which the ore is discharged from r PEARL & DOLIVE. -- - -

twrnty yearn the ore runs by gravity into the pockets ESTABLISHED 1862.
e rnnllnn.When k for nnfl '.
yon n Pure Mnll WhUkry ht' sore jon get -
t ........
the Itrnnlnc. I nscrupnloo, tlrnlrm. mindful t.f the <<*%rllrnrf nf this beneath the tracks. From these -
I>r<|>nrnll..n. oil try to sell >MI <('Iu'nl' nutation, and Ho-rnlleil :Malt1Ybiskry Call on them at thn corner of Gir-
:I .ub..ut. tthlrh nr- put nu the market for profit only< nndwhlrli. I pockets the ore is loaded into the Jell and Alc-iniz streets for carpenter McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
for from
. rHietiui< the sick I nre posilMely linrmful. Demand ,
; *-l nPV." and lip sure >ou gel II. II N lie awl)' iih..oliilrl). pure mnltvthlmLrr 'i vessel, also by gravity, and passed and.electrical work or phone GGO.
r which contain* inrilicinal.. lirnllli-stt; li.u iiualitlrx. Look for down long chutes into the hold of the 0 -DEALIR8 15-' 0
l the trade-mark. "The Olil < keno+t: on the Inl.el. marvelous
I It Is the only whiskey recognized by the government as a medicine. This is a vessel so that no hand labor is required a and General
t ; guarantee. The genuine at all druggists and grocers, or direct. $1.00 a bottle. Medical in transferring: the ore from dietetic value. Whilerefreshinjtand! Ship Chandlery Hardware
t booklet free Duffy Malt Whiskey Co.. Rochester X. Y. i pleasant to take, it helps assimilation ; -
"'- the cars to the vessel. The ore pockets 808 AND 005 S. PALAPOX STLIEIT.dc3r .
= -- - -----
I I ; of food. Sold byDAXXHEISER
PLAYS AND PLAYERS.The or apartments, which form a part : BROri.i I i'S '

WARRINGTON I I.of the dock, hold about V.'i: tons each I, REVERE COPPER CO\f-P JOHN A. ROEKLINO'S "HONH CO.1

I testimonial to Ueorpa Cayvan In end number from !"> to 2M. according iiis GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUB8EL & (HON'S PUMPB.

Neworlc netted over $' ,OUlJ.Jj I ju the length; of the dock. i I
dim 6ordii Ftlils, Oils, Itotisa! Issfrocsoit, Sttrts, litkin, !kitiOOMPAH8K8. l lI
HAPPENINGSINTERESTING ) ,." Tri\ie TrUauz. has joined the In unloading] the ore from the vesIsels | I have opened a studio in room 9. I
LOO3. tTl1.I'
"Sally lu Our Alley" company. i : the saving of labor through the 1 !Salisbury block where I will rive '
C. McKenzia Oertin ellt for Kir Pilots' Benevolent Assaciation.
1. William I'aversUam is to appear nest use of machinery is even notable and lessons in my own .system: of draw--I' .

season lu Gilbert I'arker's "UigLt of (important in its economics and re- !! inir-called "Ulaek and 1\'hite"-1, .
Way. 'all' A series of steel uridses, so iil-o in French Pastel/ painting and .
Uehctitsals for Mis Elsie le Wolfe I THE GARDEN
.Ii FROM THAT BUSY LIT | adjust as to be easily moved along !1 Newspaper and Magizine IIIu:>tl.1t. I
new uiedy. "Cynthia have INVII hoop '
, ; the dicks is supplied with a hinged : i
TLE BUPG.Varrinsttm gun in New: York. ing.I o -or*-o3ensacpla
Ida Gabriella, one of the soubrcttes I arm. which can be lowered to the have taughtlarpclaa: = in every

in "Tlie \I'doC .\-!il: ." was originally :, hatch of the \'('sd.Ion: ? this arm \; town in Georgia and in many of the i Florida.

discuvert'tl in the chorus. I ff-male colleges of the South, ;:o can ,
dacross the
\ ; March -The admi i an ridge runs a trolley

ral's now barge is now nearly! copperH : Ezra Kendall is to dramatize EugeneHold's i train to which are attached automatic"grabs" 1 offer you an experience of tWfllt .- Near East Hill Electric Railway- Terminus.

"Ijttlo:., I'Jtie" for starring five In the studio will be
and will bf ready for serviceilb- y a i I similar to a double scoop, years.
tour of Arthur Ininn.lluttie '! runt., the choicest collection of
, in a few days.V.. llan t-n will be in I which are so constructed. that the
"' Williams has been engaged to crayon work ever shown by a "single l Beautiful Lots for Sale.
. charge and .1. Keenan machinist. : grab or scoop digs downward into
aplH-ar In Inn ', The deck luiiihe ot the tuc \Vaban the ore as it closes.; The grab or'scoop
; York and lx>ndoii by Charles I'rohmaf.1'rcd to to come and see it. My 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord
: has been reno\atfd ana;: work on her holds about five tons of ore'and everyone
1'rear. who plays: the part of t term for instruction are moderate. ing to location and surroundings.
I' machinery \\ mill' commenced in a I secretary to Ki-IIam: in "The :Sultan; of is described as a "digging maw I I I OTIS A. MILLER.We I -

few days. :-; ." is old hand ttimic I 1 chine." ashen it begins to draw together View
I an at opera I -- ---- ------ Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful

The Norwegian bark lady 1'enaljn but still uaii-.iii. I' it digs into the ore and doe*. will launder your spreads for I High, Dry Fertile Lands.

. will be docked at the navy yard tomorrow i I not depend on its weight to get hold i 15 cents each and make them loot

and some necessary work NASAL CATAKKII quickly yields: of the ore. There are fifteen unKnd- I I like UW. l-tarLaundry. I
The for investment
Alone on her hull. to treatlnent by Ely's Cream: H lm, ing machines in a battery and I the grandest opportunity ever

Work on the centrevharf has comjncnced. i which is agreeably aromatic. It li j grabs run down( the long inns which i E. W. PEAKE, 1 cffered in Pensacola.
i ------- --
r and the general nnderfctand-i received through the nostrils i lowered each of the fourteen
cleanups and heal U the whole 'urfaceo"er arc lover i No. 30 South Palafox street keep* : Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
: II ing is that new pilingsiil he driven : i ha'ches that are in the deck ot call bells, wire and all kinds of

and the tl.ick otherwise improved. which it ditlu' ':# it-cif. Arem- 'Imo lakf"'s,;..!!' carrying ore electrical supplies.. Have him do

( edy for nasal catarrh which i is drying your ork. Call phone ''u3: vTciuto'bsCorner
, Owing td the inclement weather ; These hatches run neirl) Pie whole i
i tali .
or exciting to the diseased membrane -] :
1 I g
there WE're't'r} few ships at the waj across the decks. The grabs can : -
t should not bf ued. Cream
i navy yard Sunday. Only two ships ''I Biltn is recognized as a specific. |'I ih'ip remote over half the cargo without SEALED proposals endorsed "Pro Garden and Bru Streets

i were lying there. They were the Atlanta Price 5D cents at drutc sits or by mail.A I, any assistance and the remain 1 posals for Railroad Track Scale" will

and Texas. I cold in the head immediately disappears ; insr half is brought! directly under th'1'' be received at the Bureau of Yards F.C. BKKNT oat: II KNOWLKH, W. K, HYEE JR., J. H. KKE8K::
when cream balm I is 'uE'd. ; and Docks Navy Department, I'resldfnt. Vice-1'rei.iddnt. C .bler, An't l' *htr:
Teams from the Atlanta and Texas Ely Brothers, 06 Warren street, New I hatch by use of a scraper also operited : Ington. until 1 o'clock. March 14, 1903 t I

crossed bats at the nary yard Saturday York ha similar machinery and I i j and then and there publicly opened,

aft('muou. The game was well\ --- : managed by a man in the hold j, for a 100-ton railroad track scale atuie [
First National Bank
. the Paid in KU Or.n Coin. i Navy Yard Pensacola 11Plans
i contested but was finally won by through the use of long cords. ThilL L
Oats in An-hbi-hop: Templeof and specifications will be furnished by
Atlanta team bv a score of ;3 to :. a way I scraper brings the ore from between the Bureau. MORDECAI-. END1
Canterbury odd wt: paid back in
'l'hetI3I1U'S team is supposed to be the hitchep so that it can be raised COTT Chief of Bureau. January 20, o\\111in. .\ Ilihtfulln..t:1I11'1' of
] the best in the fleet, as it has never this is nronlt The church people of by the grab. These grabs are con 1003. M -Oaw2w.PARKER'S) OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

lost to of the ships and trolled by the engineer. who can drop ---_.
a any
.. game a certain parish niv said to have strongly DIRHOTOn.: : .,
are ready to meet all Miners. I un.1-d: the bishop to find another them at any point over the hold that
The game of ball that was to have !'l'h'ffur their paron.lumi they' he may wish! and lifter it seizes Its j i BALSAM I
eta sand
taken place Sunday between the Suth- wished to get ri.I"f. 11r. Tl'lIIl'l'UII! load of ore it is raised at full speed, be (U.i>* tho hat.

orlands of Warin&on and a team nioned te! obnoxious t-lergytnan; to his carried: rapidly along the trolley to = Promutel Fmllt ft laiurtanl to Ueitore tru.dtNever Gr y I In

study and Misted: :; a ('hanue: of ben-' iti....Youthful.... Color. :
1\t from the of the Iowa rainy was weather.postponed It is on bop account ('lil't''hat was It. the par:-lIu wanted such the ore given is point deposited as desirable into railroad where CIUu. .lp d A INr hi*tsun&CN.nd$1.s rm! aD Dcm9stsc tz c null u nt t ad i Ii! l

\ to know that bis people bad to find
------- --
rd that the game: will take place at an fault with'e1L" said! the bishopin tri'cks or stock piles, or in some :I

\ tarly date. the! peculiarly harsh! !'tl' llt'ut'oin' cases into concrete troughs in whichA ,/"We draw onr own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Ire-) '

f 1 Mr. and Mrs. Haegerty and Children that >o sadly iu.irred his preaching "if i Re runny: Traucti. Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium Raabla, Sol

of Selma Ala., were guests Sunday you insist on knowing, it's your voii-c BAD COMPLEXION. I way' I "' 6jen. Denmark and ocher European .

of Mrs. L. G. Johnson.A I they complain of; they don't like tour blackheads and muddy
J. voice. "How curious said the clergyman. Pimples, U-Vtlj aela Dlabaraed upon the Moat Favore.ble Terms, and tti!)

Case. "friend was with mt at the complexion which are so common Obligations Taken Payable at Port of eatir&tlon Ten or Fifteen C>7>
A Remarkable among boys and girls at a certain after Vessel Arrives taer*.
cathedral the other day when your
One of the most remarkable cases of age indicate a torpid liver. A course
I the lungs lonKhlp was preachins. and as he of HEPAT1CURA will cleanse the fi Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
I a cold deep-seated on went out lie said 'What a tine sermon the bowels and lI'erand
system with which have Priva UI'
we a for the
of Mrs I. partment
is that .
I causing pneumonia but what an unfortunate l'e: produce a clear healthy complex
of Renteri.
j Gertrude Fenner Marion, Ind., who ion. Sold by all druggists. _
I was entirely cured by the use of one The Stomach Is the Man.A DR. KING'STRY

Minute Cough Cure. She says: "The CABTO .% .. PROFESSIONAL GASD3.
weak stomach weakenes the man, Van Halt A! ays 3ojBV& I .
weakened 1Ioon. -
and straining so NEW DISCOVERYFOR '
coughing because it cannot transform the food
me that I run down in weight from he eats Into nourishment. Health BIpM tl & I THAT COLD. W. C. ROWE, M. D.

148 to 92 pounds. I tried a number
and strength cannot be retsored to Office: 17X 8.1'alifoi.
to avail until I used TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
of no .
any sick man or woman without Hoan from 8 to 9:90; s. m. and 1 tor P II
One Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles NEW SCHEDULE.OF Cures ConsumptionCoughs
first health
restoring and strength to and after o'clock
of this wonderful remedy cured Colds Bronchitis Asthma
the stomach. A weak stomach can ,
me entirely of the cough, strengthened PhODO OO.
my lungs and restored me to my not digest enough food to feed the PneumoniaHayFeverIJleu- -

normal weight health and strength tissues and revive the tired and run STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, A DELIGHT! BEVERAGE, risy, LaGrippe Hoarseness,
llArgis Pharmacy. John Sheppard.Sid- down limbs and of the body. ,
Kahn. organs J. N. ROGERS, Manager SAFE Sore Throat, Croup and
ney Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses, purifies 1 LTiMULANT ATTORNEY-AT-LAV.
Leave Freeport Monday and Whooping Cough.NO .

SEND YOUR ORDERS i sweetens and strengthens the Thursday mornings. A GOOD MEDICINE Offices*-309 Thiesen Balldic
glands and membranes of the stomach Arrive at Pensacola Monday and
to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or Thursday night. Price SOc. and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREEI Office Honrs-8:30 a. m. to 1 p. m'
electrical work. Repair work a and cures indigestion dyspepsia For Bale byDannheisser
Leave Pensacola and
2:30 m. to 8:30p.m.
r l'ecllilty. and all stomach troubles. lIar. Friday night. I Bros. will repair your watches and Practice In III p state aDd federal coor:.,

gls Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Sid. Arrive at Freeport Wednesday Jewelry la dr8 -clasl style. J. I All ballnu. cntroited to me will rece:"
Jgudcjin's, tie zest J s'r 5C. ney Kahn. and Saturday morning Stephens, prompt and diligent attention.




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= or eight ounces of canned vegetables, V\

BIG FIRE ::'- 1iI or .four ounces of desiccaed vegetables .'
; together with one pound of

biscuit, two ounces of butter four ti

ounces of sugar, two oun es of coffee '

THREATENED or cocoa, or one-half ounce of I

tea and one ounce of condensed milkor

-- evaporated cream; and a weekly '

allowance of' one-half pound of macaroni PERSONAL 1'
FESIOEMCE four ounces of cheese, four

LAST NIGHT AND CONFLA. ounces of tomatoes, one-half pint vinegar "

Fantastic one-half pint pickles, one-half fc
I I been written of pint of molasses, four ounces of ?i.'

ED. I I magic mirrors in salt, one-quarter ounce of pepper, and 1._
I which the future one-half ounce of dry mustard. '
was revealed. If To Sufferers From ,
k From breakfast until sunset, with ,
45; o'clock last night theo such a thing were
; :
.\1'; possible many a bright- faced bride the exception of one hour in the mid
t4\' "- !I.o {\. northward were bril- would shrink jVomthe revelation of her die of the day for dinner, the greater Kidney and Bladder DiseasesNo
ShoWing the existence of of all her Io\elines3. If
'Jr: .il ui self, stripped of
; part the time is spent in drill. At
ir in the Uuuldiu settlement. there is one thing which would make a
;i nine o'clock the fall in at the
;' ,,,ni that the residence of S. woman shrink front marriage it is to see crew matter how long you have suffered FOLEY'S KIDNEY
t- the rapid physical deterioration which guns; and after a rigid inspection of ,
t: : : Ia'i'i caught fire from a de- comes to so many wives. The cause is their uniforms and their general appearance CURE will help you. This we will GUARANTEE.
i iiaiit-y and had burned a generally due to womanly diseases.

_. .i. IK lLa occupants dis- Lost health and lost comeliness are the drills begin. These consist It has cured many cases of Bright's Disease and Diabetes that
restored by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite principally of exercise with the
';n. flames. The family's at- Prescription. It cures irregular I I great guns; but much attention is had been thought incurable, however we do not claim that it will
,. first attracted by falling and drieS'weakel drains. .It
i- ity
.j.; ,. in a lew seconds the I heals inflammation and ng ulceration, and also given to pistols, broadswords cure these diseases in advanced stages as no medicine can make
and infantry. The drills
female weakness.
iir&t through the ceiling, cures new kidneys for butFOLEY'S
1 "It i< with the greatest pleasure that I tell are especially interesting. The accurate you,
.. hud been raging some you what Dr. Pierce'* Favorite Prescription and .
Golden Medical Discovery have done fur me.- pointing of a tweUe-inch gun
I writes :'Ir... Emma L. Eant<<.of 1952 North 7th i
I II Strett, Hamsburg Pa. "They ha* done me a under cover is an art attained only
had processed so far by world of good. I had female weakness for six
by lung: and faithful
practice, and
I as
wouU feel I did not
sometimes so badly
the v -re ;
i hat occupants (
tears what to do, but I found re'.itf at the chief object of the gun is to hit, I
lug theniKelve much loss thanks to Dr. pierce for his Lin 1 adv ice. I have T.KIDNEYCURE T.
I this medicine still in my house and.ill always and the thief object of the ship is
,id! -ftects.. A'.l:i the elmse keep 1\"
n''i l-nce wa in.ure l : If you are lei to the purchase of.:jto carry the !gun, it is o'/vious why
!t &
Favorite Prescription" because of its i Iho. maxim of the navy today is .
in the Anderson & Dorr ,
of other do "
remarkable cures women I "drill. ,
Minuter had uteiitly purirom not accept a substitute which has none

.- j 1L C. Croiiior. of these cures to its credit. '
Free. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense 452.5'25252S252.- 52f
fire was first noticed from I
Medical Adviser, paper co\ers, is sent
npoit gained \\ hIe (';rcllla.t free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps I

t tl.e cotton compress was to pay expense of mailing only. Or : AMUSEMENTS.

.,..,1 a great deal of concern for c1 lhbounJ'olume send 31 sUmps.
I Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Kuffalo, N. Y. I ?<;'?<;'?c.pcpc.cpHuntley C.1 c-gJ
Many persons went out in --- ------------

",i i-si to ascertain the status Stock Co.

_- awl were relie\ed to Know TiE1'JAIkIE" I The Huntley Stock Company open will positively cure every case of kidney and bladder trouble if takenin

"i damage was no worse than ed up an engagement of two weeks time and even in the worst
lailtd.! the house Hi Could Not Straighten Up
'!at opera last night to a
ABOARD SHIP cases of Bright's Disease and
.iiu time the down or more hous- monster audience and not many, if Thomas Maple Birbeck, Ii, writes: "I had a very bad

,:. the immediate'Icinity were any, were displeased by the show. Diabetes it always gives comfort case of kidney trouble and my back pained me so I could

I., ned with destruction and had The bill was Frohman's "Lost Para and relief. not straighten up. The doctor's treatment did me no good.
work of !
for the telling
been dise. a story illustrative of labor differences -
bottle which cured and I have not been affected since.
'. !li engine Xo. H;. the settlement THEY HAVE TO DO AND WHAT i all of which was especially Remember when the kidgladly me 5,
recommend this remedy.
., have been a burned II to local laborers. The
,1 1 probably interesting I'
THEY HAVE TO EAT. affected the work of
'. today. The night yardmaster cast was made up of sixteen good neys are Three Physicians Treated Him Without Success

d this c-nnine there for st'rvice.1 stage people whose work was as good ; destruction never ceases, so w. L. Yancy, of Paducah, Ky., writes: "I had a severe

d work was also credited to the (The Marine Journal.) as any ever seen here Especial commence taking FOLEY'S case of kidney disease and three of the best physicians in.

ieli/.er conipany the tmplojes' of The inconsistency of difference in mention, however may be made of' southern Kentucky treated me without success. I then took
KIDNEY CURE at andavoid FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE The first bottle imme-
:ich stretched lines of hose and the hours of labor in the: navy yardsof the specialty turns of )Ir. Huntley I I once gave
diate relief and three bottles cured me permanently. I
", on hand with fire extinguishers i the Inited! States and on board and little Miss Stella Mack, a wonderful a fatal 1 malady.1 gladly recommend this wonderful remedy."

-i i-=t the flames. 'ships in commission at these yards child actress, whose very appearance .

borders on the ridiculonus. For instance henceforth will be a signal for I I FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE Suffered Twenty-File Years ..

Hot Rolls at 5i xu.. lOo Chilians are accorded by law. applause. is made from of Seymour Webb, of Moira, N. Y., writes: "I bad been

adoz-.nt Solomon's.KNIGHTS I:eight hours for a day's work while Change; of lullill be made nightly. I : a prescription troubled with my kidneys for twenty-five years and had
in diseases tried several physicians but received no relief until I bought
I a specialist kidney
: the hip's crew work from sunrise to Two matinees will be given this
C1.n. S T C>>I. :I IL.i I a bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. After using two
,... ItO Kiri Yi? I1ae 3" &:: I sunset, and feel better when night I week. I and was used for years in private bottles I was. absolutely cured. I earnestly recommend
comes for having; been Kept busy the "
i before it
., f + # practice was
entire day. Not until this country The repertoire! for the week: will
of ,
I ILODG 'became gutted! with foreign labor did bo aa follows: put on the market. TWO SIZES 50o and $1.00

!; allY laboring man find tault or even Tuesday-"For Liberty and LuvVtl L

DIRECTORY i think that a ten hour working day \ nt.'solaynoan Jhe." SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY .1-

1 was a hardship.At Thursday-"The New Dominion"

five o'clock or earlier accordingto Friday-"The Daintes." W. A. D'ALEMBEBTE, No. 11 S. Palafox A' ;

PYTHIAS. I season, all banus aboard a war Saturday Matinee: -"The Lot Par -- -

ship are turned out. The ship's cook, adise." Cleaning ladies skirts and waists GENERAL FUKNCH BCIIKDI'LB
l't'II.a.nla Lodge No. 3, K. of lmm ., fa of specialties. Star: Lana
who has been called much earlier, Saturday Xight-"The Knobs o' one OT
>ti every Monday even- dry. Following is the schedule of the (
at at.::10 at Castle tall.J has started the fires and preparedthe Tennessee." _ _
I steamer General French !
:'. *be Klonnt Watson fovernineut
f, t HalHlng. third floor. coffee. ien minutes are allowedfor CARPENTRY AND which THE :NEWS prints for the
vlsutnu woomet: brethren cordially I lashing up hammocks and stowing "Foxy Quiller. : benefit of the merchants who hlp I
I J. A. LYLE i them, and twenty more for coffee The largest musical organization ; ELECTRICAL WORK NICK'SDAILY their goods: to the various army
: K.K.A S.II : and a smoke. Then comes "turn ever taken on the road is the "Foxy poets: .
Leaves PensnrolA ........ .__.... ... .7flfl
I to," and jhe day's work begins before Quiller" Opera Company. presenting I Leaves Barr,0 a..... ..._. ........_ 'm. 7fio a..ra..m.
I the sun has reached across the sky de Ko\en's and Smith's Comic Opera I Ring; up Pearl & Dolive, phone (160, Leaves Pickeua ._ ... .. ..__......_ ":(lt'a. m.
.mi'ill 1.odP \d. 13 I I I if vou have any carpenter or tlectri- Leftvn 6arrancat----------------- ia.m. '.
-tty fvtnlng nt 7tn. at line. The first thing is to scrub the Foxy Quiller." Mr. Richard Golden cal workyou want well done. Leaves t'0 8cola... '_'_'__' .._ll:15a. m. ,

i ". I I'Hlafox and iirclcn decks and clean the ship. Except Is the star and he is supported by : mmm tnakra Arrive a trip I'.arrancns to bortMcKee 11:10 a. m.and and then thpn re- I,_
Ixniishlornrdinlly! Invited. I I
J. AU'ERTJOllMO'\i, when weather is too cold every one Miss Rose Glosy, prima-donna, .urns to Harrancas Harrancas.leaves ..... ......_...... .._ !:!!> p. m. Ic.
\ '', C. C. is required to do this in bare feet dolph Zink the famous Lilliputian J. N. ANDREWS Leaves i'lckrnj ..... .. .. ..... ... ? l.Sp.m.
: .I: s. Leave.Pt-nsacola. .. ._ .... 4Op.m. ,
I There arc few things which Jack actor, :Mr. Henry Leone Mehille Collins Leaves Pickeng ...._._...._?_ :1p.m.
Head Daisy Hamlin, Edna jt Headquarters for JtSEWING Arrives liarraorm 6.tO p. m. and makei
George -
.. loves better than playing inwater;
1,1, .. rip to McKte ajid return.
'ii. 1",1:1'. u. au, K. of I' I
) \: ofery I and the splashing and the holystoning : Bronson, Marie: Christie and oth- MENUS \Yednedaysandl4aturdaya the
0' .E Knights
I I I MACHINES. oat wiU leave Barrancas via Pickans /.
\ t 1 hur.tllt"en. I go:; merrily\ on for an hour or so, ers. Xo opera in years has created
n. in their atle Hntl,<>n Comprise all the for Peiuacola at 6:30 p. m. :
'Watson building, nulb-1 I alternated with scrubbing clothes, the furore that "Foxy Q'liller" has Up-to- The
General French i is for
', :
ti ifux and itrdeu 1r1' 1',1 Date Dishes the Mar.
similar -
:lire cor"l.tllv welcomed. perhaps or hammocks; then the by reason of its superiority over purposes only and :any outsider must r
I : 13 !South Palafoi Street. kets of the World bare a from the ,
K. ALLMON. clotheslines are riced up the decksare works. Its uninterrupted and Unbounded : pass quartermaster
C. (;. ctake her.INSURANCE.
passage 01
i '. I washed down and dried the rigging success wherever it has has .

is hauled taut and the ship is amply justified its proprietor in the - ;

tidied up for "colors" at eight lavishness of his expenditures. Richard I ::: TA W ati &
i. o. o. F.I"al'nla J. : )
o'clock. Golden's "Foxy Quiiler" is one of I HARDBRICK Ladies' Private I

The new ration for which the very few great creations of comIc -
I j"! ;(' N< 4 navy '
t M ''lur.lav evening at 7:&> At'l'.1 Jack is allowed thirty cents per day opera. There Is no escaping the II:;::- Dining Parlor. i- 1;
\\ Inlemlencia meet.i II:
:i>- cordially Imltad. in addition to his pay, is as fol directions of unctuous humor. His I =- AND

I. J.iiASoi. ='1.'<.1. lows. portrayal of the befogged, muddledand
One pound and a quarter of salt addled detective whose every endeavor Regular Dinner Daily. \
I I No. South Palafox
I Street .
or smoked meat, with three ounces of is a blunder and whose every :

GUILD. dried or six ounces of canned fruit. act is: a mistake, is one of the most I "n
Partial List of Desirable
IViifcariilK Chapter No. 007. and three gills of beans and peas, mirthful characters of the stage. j I Short Orders PromptlyFilled. Rent in Various Parts :.

twelve ounces of flour; or one Coupled to this are his calm assurances Night i of the .
:'I 1! 4'' :NEK. 1'. LlJJDESSTRCTH.t or Day. City: i'1'i'1'for
retsry .Governor. pound of preserved meat, with three of arrogant mental superiorityand JIMS\ ON HAND : i $85.00-2i-ttory! house containing 12 rooms ) t
I ponderous third references ail modern conveniences bath on : .
ounces of dried or six ounces of person upper and lower floors corner lot
If It'. Mometblnr Good to E. iH
K. OF L. canned fruit or twelve ounces of rice to himself, all of which Mr. you wllb"oa'U And It at nice houbes yard, etc and.brubbery..labie.out.,, So. 714 Xalt LaRua. liof
inimitable drol- HALF : street. ,
Golden presents with
1' .. Nick (15.00.... .ltor, boarding house, containing I-f.
Assembly No.1563. PHYSICAL PERFECTIONis lery. f Apostle'sPopular 25 room., known a. tie Fence de : i
Meet.;* si Monday In each month. cast and Leon house,No. 110 Emit Inteaden- i '
W. P. H.TUARP. Imposlble If the liver is out of or The opera requires a big -TO- Restaurant cia street. 1. tt;-
Al $:%).OO-A desirable 2..tory modern "
of splendor and dwelling
M. W.
M.COSVELt., ensemble scenery
der. A perfect liver is possible : 7 rooms, most deslrtble section o/the t
-_Secretary. _. you keep using the right kind of a magnificence and these have been ONE MILLIONGet 01700 IIneNo.a fl23l\orlb corner on Karcelona tbe street street.ear ',, 0
liver tonic. HEPATICURA is the : most generously provided by Mr. Ben ISO-CO-Large J-story dwelling 10 room. : ,I
The Beer Koven's music, while fronting Sevilletkjuare, No.a Bail 1 I
right kind of a liver tonic. It will\ Stern. Mr. de I Government street fi
the uneducated ear with 130.00-Comfortable: new t-itory modernCwelIlu :I'
pleasing -
liven Cp your liver to your entire sat g.V rooms,rery desirable sec- t :
That Madej isfaction. It will provide excellent its wealth of melody appeals to the Our Prices Before tlonoflbe city situated on North I
musician as well. It requires singersof tiaylen between strong and Dettoto l.treell.

&&NN a lmn TAMOVICTORIA U perfect digestion health., excellent circulation and and ability Mr. both Stern in therefore cast and assembledthe ensemble, Purchasing.CapacIty Ji5.00-S-story: 8 room.dwelling, three doors In good from order toe with belt ..\ 'I.

:Mr. J. C.. who does not wish his best collection of voices that have No.line,210 b.North i. and Barcelona water .trelt.throughout. ', 'J,
II comic '
name published, says: I cannot refrain ever been heard in opera.What" -- ) 520.OO-l4torydwelllng7room., city water I
b th., fas, with large corner 10&..No.
-18- from extending to you voluntarily In Name #.a WeitV/right itreet.
a ? P 115.1 -I..tor1 dwelling.II rooms, newly
I Ir.Do my sincerest Everything Is In the name when it 50,000 .? .' belt pered line.and No.painted auv throughout. ,
the medicine you prepare and sell Daily.1ci1an East!: Gregory. P"j-j
to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. tlS.OO-l-itorydwemn .
: under the name of HEPATICURAfor comes 7 rooms, half Hock oj eround ...
KY ACME BREWING co. reason of its superior Qualitiesas i DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, discovered ;- .' -.-.w.w beautiful ihade tree. So. lus E.. .

lar: 10-CEXT BOTTLE BEER a toner of the general system. some years: ago, how to make a salve .- %.. tl0-l-itory CerranUf itreet.
dwelling Wo.4l5 ,
IN TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. Since using HEPATICURA. althoughI from Witch Hazel that is a specific Brick Co. ,' C'. f'1 atreet,6 roomi, newty papered Grego-and' .
have always been agreat sufferer for Piles. For blind bleeding itch- p.loted.111.ooSo.IU .

BROS from constipation and colds, I have Ing and protruding Piles, eczema, COtt.I East, city Belmont water. Street J-roora
been entirely relieved from both of cuts, bums, bruises and all skin diseases -: Pine Barren Fla. In perffICt ordlr. newly painted
AIJr'iTS FOR THE CELKBRATM these ailments, and I venture to say i DeWitt's Salve has no equal. -! 0.1014 North Alcanli itrhet. a new .

I 1. W. in tegard to the former. It has no This has given rise to numerous an In laU food!: order Belmont with .trle"&room.. .city ]
f WOMEN. f
Harper AND
Msley.ala equal. I have used only two bottlesof worthless counterfeits. Ask for De- water,a neat 6 room cottage newly : 1
HEPATICURA so far. yet I find Witt's-the genuine. Hargis Pharmacy Blf 0. lot mattanl C. E. TAYLOR, ? -ilo.klOEMt painted and renoraua throogoout. '
of 140 pounds has Sheppard. Sidney Kahn. vlcinltou I / LaRoa itreet. a neatly :
my normal weight John or papered "room cottage In good condition. -
r Hou36-4018. been increased nearly 10 pounds. .coal. ud BtmbniM.not Mtria Artistic Shoemaker .large water. 1
Palafox street, recommend OMEN A large lit o( smaller dwlliogi ai weir r
I shall take pleasure in Ot PI OIOSL
R.Eichange-Opp.. Union Depot, Ing HEPATICURA to any one de '- *:*ot French Waffles with j FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. u a number of itorei aod offloet! FoS KE.NT.TH03. {11I'

p. O. Box 21.; Pensacola, Fla. ous of finding the very best consution rlda Cane Syrup atomon' $KM IB p1.1.. rntwid wThppSt., toe & WATSON \ CO., '
builder to be had. Sold by or I boItl 52.75. Phone No.23. 9 Soutb Palatox 8t,. iMdlc Real Iitau Rental and ioiurancr
Phones 118-268. druggists. .. .sa si Agenti, 1 Boavn falatoz 8tre '.

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I Ir into the party platform. Various oth- ill-use or in any. manner torture any Oldest and Largest Agency in

.'.7" er articles in the paper of the South beast of burden, or other animal or
.. West
I and West give voice to, the same animals; and any person or persons .

-- i opinions, and, what Is far more significant violating this ordinance shall, on conviction )
thereof before tie court .. ... ,....
Catered at the Poit OOee at Pen.acola. i )Ir. Bryan himself is making -I police : LPa_ ;-_ u

U. ieoond-cUM matter.OrriCK I it plain that he will insist on the of Savannah be subject and liable for I

: :-Pitft Building :211 outb 1 party following the policy which each and every such offense, to a fine '
5 nowles
lafox treat. uptalr twice ed it to defeat. In a recent issue of not more than $101\' and to imprisonment .;

of his paper he sends out "A not exceeding thirty'da's, !,
Call to Arm.s" whichi s, in effect: either or both, at the discretion of

rmi: Invariably in Advance: I an ingeniously worded plea to his the officer presiding in such police
all Year by Hall____15 00Cli followers to organize themselves for court."

Month .. ___ 2 80 resistance to any attempt of" democrats -
1 J OM Carrl r. Payable Monday 10'' A PIPE DREAM. I AND
to get together except on

; Uartiu'ng Rates Furnished on Application satisfactory to him. (Montgomery Advertiser.) I

There are two points which are as The Butte Mont, Inter Mountainhas REAL ESTATE
TFlEPHONF NO. UK.PBB8AOOLA evolved from its inner 'con
well settled as anything in the future ,
1 of politics can be. The first is sciousness, or some other portion of ii I
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SOU South
1- __ tha the next platform and candidate its eternal economy, the idea that Doesn't couch much through the day. It'svhen night PaIalo\str[! .

will not be in harmony with the Chi I Carter Harrison is to be the next comes that he cc1: Iso l hrrd."
Phone 22. I'ENSAIO
Democratic presidential candidate.As ,, =CHr:: ; v, F \,
cago and Kansas City platforms, and
Don't let these nht;; coughs deceive Some day
a starter he is to stand for reelection you. you
MABCH 10, 1903 the second is that Mr. Bryan will not

--- --._-- -- support a sound money democrat on a to the office of mayor of Chicago may wake up to the feet: that your boy is thin, pale, weak, -

The state of Missouri has pulled sound money platform. He leaves us and the Inter Mountain states even seriously ill. You can't safely trifle with any throat or CIXIHAL A o I\T-:

down her Vest. "no hinge or loop to hang a doubt I that Mr. Bryan has promised to go lung trouble. Cure the ccujji quickly !thAyer's

on," as to his intentions. lie intends up and make some speeches in his The

The proposition to place the statue to try to control the party organization I interest. That paper also asserts that Equitable
. of Gen. H. t;. Lee in Statuary Hall in Cherry Pectoral
on the lines of 1S9C and :Mr. Harrison will make his race for

. Washington has set the Kansas asses Id'Mi' and if he fails in this, he will I the presi.lential nomination on the Life Assurance

;.,- braying. Let them bray-it is there fight the party from the outside. If I "public ownership" proposition, and t It's the same medicine ycur old doctor gave you when you Society

1. he should make a declaration to that adds that "this Harrison.Uryan arrangement -I were a child. The young doctors indorse it now, too, for Of the United State.HK.MIY .

It Is siiL'go&ted by the Uirniinsham: effect in the plainest English, it will establish a blockade colds bronchitis
f coughs, croup, consumption. It. HYIM; r.mi.i!
:News that John S. Wise wilte his would harJly be more patent than it j against -the Cleveland-Whit ncy-Olney!
i Three sizes! : 25c.. Sk, JI.00. J. C. AVER CO., Lowell Mass. '
now is. i'party. The)' are not 'public owner .. 'Strongest in the World"WHY .
1 name after this Jack
S.Vle.. A t btvf the nfl In ThcrrT
I prrxttrt e" ene* Aw' Pectoral. I fcuve nsed It for namtwr of
H still further improvement would heM Mr. llryan cannot control the party ship' democrats. The nomination of I years and 1 never knew it to tall to break up a""-CHARLES i-BSVotr, Matuburx, J.. T.if -

to put the Wise first. or dictate;; policy next year that { Harrison would be to tepoat the experiment i 1- ----' '!
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1i ? ,
j is &,rtan.! Can he defeat it ? Thatis of 'strange allies,' which i __flflaa_ ___ =--=___

} Admiral Cro\\niushieid asked for the only point on which there can I Mr. Cleveland deplored in his I r'Y" i -
\i; 'be appointed I.H' thy!
Pt-n-saco'.a: officers. -
, retirement from the navy on account be any doubt. lIe ami his ardent followers -( speeches last year" !
S of pcThoual: pique. It was a fitting : make the mistake of believing !! 'We've no doubt that such a pij><'-
I I : CAUGHT AT RANDOM' : I j "Pensacola is rapidly forging to thefront
climax for j
': some of the notable incidents that all democrats who voted for him I dream arrangement as this would-be i
j as a convention city, and from !
of his carver and at the same iu 19'nj were in agreement with his !i immensely p'.eafin; to the republicans ) -.: t what I can lo.irn three TRANSFER! GO.lIavinA'
-- I monster eonVltioflS .
time the verdict will be that a good i tree coinage theory. There was never I as it would most effectually destroy -
will! be held here inside
I "I amused oi'four
was yesterday morningto
I officer was spoiled by an iui'iuitiuus : a greater lallar! )'. It would be just as all hope of democratic success '! 1 ; been awarded! the' .' .
I see Fred Meyers alltllarenlJ: Jones mum; hI in addition! to ourU
I system. I sensible and true to say that all who and give the republicans! a walkover.i : I i for carrying the L. S. Mail b w
, ; talking friendly alter an extremely! which commenced today said a time L. & \. })prot and Pest I' .
voted for Greeley: in 1S72 were aboli! ; A campaign led IJYIr.: Hryan and
The ooroiu-r's jury at Newark, X. i I cordial handshake\ remarked a gentleman -I prominentYoodman.. "We will soon i i and aho the exclusive bappap' i, .v .
1 J.. decided that the ear company tionists. Democrats in both cases 1 Mr. Harrison on such a platform as today. "The mayor you know entertain the railroad: men, the lege on all trains entering tin
\oted for the ticket on account of its :I inicaa'dYoul.1! be marching to an I we are prepared to trau-fer b.u _
were responsible for the accident I B'Xai H'rith, and another with
tJ was the tno who introduced a set of one a ,
regularity who had not a particle of (open grave sure enough. It wouldn't and j'as--fiiHets; to and fruin au -
L that catiK-d: the dtath of nine schoolchildren \ resolutions probability of others to follow."
at the Good Government soon tel. residtnces and trains. d.i\
sympathy with some of the views of be necessary for such a combination
tl 1 : at a railroad! crossing in I II League which practically strengthened -! night.
that the candidate If no democrat had voted -ito "establibh, a blockade against the
city recently. It would seem General Lamar and Sample bottles of Dr. Khmer's'iwaumpRost
1// that if the motorman and conductor for Bryan in lym except those i j I Clen'land-\\11itneyOlne party" for I new congressman the finally most votes gavethe ''l the great kidney, liver Prompt & RelilbIc!: cnice! Gnaran![ ,

on the car had been possessed of ordinary who were fully in sympathy with I' the blockade would be establishl'I' uy and the greatest pupularitIy'rs: and bladder remedy, are beij;;' distributed -" WP also conduet Freight II. '.c-

11 imellisfncu theyutiM, have his financial<'W5, his vote would | the democracy agaiui-t the Harrison-: here from ht U"e, free Have ery Bninesil-hau\ piauo al.! .
said recently that the past is history I machinery aud furniture at I Ilia-: ': .
have been so small! as to forever : But there's little need
1 known the car would slide down that put Uryan party. with him and he is now devoted you rc Cejs1niie? able Prices
him out of politics. lIe cannot counton I Ito argue about such an absurd Im- ..
f i grade when there was snow and ice tu his law practice. That he was bin- | Telephone your orders I;
I' on the rails. any of this vote if he bolts the I I I possibility: the Inter :Mountain: GIRL ATHLETE i I'ou's Livery Stables. i ..r

:\ action of the party nor is this all. 1 suggests. cere in what he said was shown by THUMPS CAPTAIN. ,I.MM.I H. H. Halluiaik'f. I lb I-I': :, I'
'. his friendly manner to all his old- Phone 331.MERCHANTS.
One of the best ordinances in the He will be surprised at the number of I i I
| W. C. JONES TELLS time political enemies as he met Paw tucket. K. 1.Iarc'h: '.-Miss 'I
city code is the one for the prevention democrats who believe in all his pol I j'
them the lie Mary I,, Rogers of We !! TRANSFER.CO..
on strets. saw a dozenor ; a graduate; *
; cruelty to dumb animals. We icies, and, v ho still believe in them I
; would like to see our mayor enforce I. but who will not follow him out of i more to my knowledge and to all Iler, Saturday punched the six-foot'!! MRS. If. 11. ; IAHK.I't"i"; .

r1 this ordinance with mOI'"i ;or than the party If he I is building his hopes City Cl<:rkV.: ('. JOIIPS sends to he extended the same hand of cordiality of the high;: school !ollllnll'! HAKKY HAI.LMAHK, Transfer! ,-

'$ \ has been done. \Ve publish elsewhere of re\olt on the votes he his I o.Tiee; the loilowing] ;: comnitinica-I and received them as friendly :| team in the nose so hard that the J L. & X, It K. ('o..r.anil'.4 A. .I/

:1 an item front the Savannah received at the last election, he is : t j'n with a rt'tpiPf-i that it bf ghen I as he did hose who so ably! supported ,i I blood came, anil thumped another ,

News 'l'ii'iciy.! The letter explains Itself hi.m You can just bet that :\I't'rilis youth of the same class with such \ig-
-liuwirtg; action just taken j I the worst deceived politician whoever I

by :Major :Myers of that cit.v. ThoPensacola ran for .oflice. The tail can't It i.s as iollovs: I one of the most 1 level-headed: iMili-! ,:tor that the! young man \vnt home to TIII

1 ordinance is a much better wag the democratic canine again. i'cispcola! Ha., March l Uh, l'"O.:: I ticians in this state anl it would! ,I his nan-nts with his right eye biack-i I

one than they have in Savannah. of The News: not be a great big boomerang if he'''ened. All that Miss Rogers; did without JAt{ Y GR BtlY ,

r because it covers the subject more : In just ice to me. I would mjwst that be before the public agdia; seeking ; oiler weajwns than the lists with =
There CRUELTY MUST STOP. )'0'1 puiili-h the following, in reply l l.onursho knows." which nature provided her.
fully are more cases or'cruelty ,
from starvation (Savannah News.) I ICruelty I HO thai portion of the "('a'tl1t; Alflan'lutit" 'I It all came: about because; :Misslliogvrs \\ wlt..aI:11111
'" and neglectthan : hitt-rviow! pu'ilislifd! ia your
: from beating.Tht to animals in Savannah will j' issme of the (Mh., Inst. to-\vit: It isvhol.y "The suggestion to entertain: the was a "new" teener. It was Hl'I it iI (1 I'CO'I''',

tl I have to SIP There is an ordinance'! '"i \ iiiirno that either: of the (only -I jackies is a p'd one. It blunild be ; her hrst day with the hish rhool III-UPI.M'AKTKKS: : Hilt

decision of the United States against it. and an edict issued j ester- ) two excursion boats control:>d byI carried; out to the letter," said a ;! class and the etidence at hand tend!

,. supreme court requiring the (.'liica;;,j I day by :Major :Myers will be ('!lforrc'!. I' r.-(: on Sunday last cl.argfd; fifty cnts j merchant.Vlieu it cones to having: j to show that the brawny youths oi Family, Fancy and Stapkt
'f 'for 'passage to and from the wirshi'i"! I
I Thl'llliralt'mltar to pay taxes on I The i>oice! have_ been given im;"'ra- I \Vh
;'J. all its property not nsfd directly for ti\e i orders and the./members of the !I II1Hia y. ( my nflicisl 1.II.-'iti h<<;'l i unpses !' iei a tl.osaad or more young men '! tier to have fun with her. The cap- I ?<

educational puriii- marks adistinctadvance f.rce are bound to carry these ordersout. nn liitii's 1 Ill 111*-' on Sunday h.'iice my of the American navy get to talking, I; lain of the football.' team who got and AH Kiud of I'p-to-date Fi : ..

in fijuitable taxation. Fair time is irin to do as I please: .) contniilcil I which they wiil do if any thought the black eye William: Campbell (!ot ds.
:: I I I (II' :'|II. nia.l'no IfleV..r 10':., I ,
? plajas: Iwtwefii man and man and The mavGr has recently: received it. is (If cc>'irf.e my Ilrh ate businons 1, for tneir entertainment is given. I i i5 feet 7 inches tall and' weighs 14"i \\'P are Hole Distributor! for \\ -

" corpora'Km and coriHiratiou! demands complaints from ladies and from and can l.e of co concern to the pub- !''would! like the best in the world to i pounds I i Florida for the Cclcbrntf-il Car :
lie. so long a- tic public s.ifferi'd! n w i! the Mondp (,'offee, Sweet Home :'01.., iIlliai -.
that all inconie-producin? : male ciii/.ens, about the violation ofI > 'Fee bluejackets given a goodtime I The school committee is im'I'tical-[ : .
**'*, and Climax Klour.I 1!
at 11Ilanlis the advirc'l'rates r. -
in v.ayif
rrupi-rtj. no matter l hy \vIiu ni o\vncil, I j I this section of the code.! They have ', for transportation to null from and would be quite willing to hug the affair. Miss Jtogers did not ,:' : : herman; .\:111"| r i i"i I I'

hall IK tiHin[ the assessors' books stated to the mayor that mules and. !I the warships. .I subscribe something to the batter go back to her class:; and tho two boy Food C'o.'s Canned :Meal*. A

t and com.pelli.yl to bear its fair share I horses are drh'pI' through the streets j i That this contingency iid not arise have I been suspended: '!I'of which are old by nil n'r-i-H.

- of the i'linU-n! of maintaining government when they are in a condition that I io; cnncisixe! from the fact that there "You might think we are 1 leaning to Retail Sroctr in the city.
wi>rt'. ceH"s the two b.,ats controlled! the axaracious said
a lady of the
The evvmption of only puts their owners or driver*. clearly I A (. uararufe, il ( lire lor files! fjI-HIJI: SO''III1111:\
by me several steamboats and almost
Daughters of Kebekah
such rtijity as is used exoliisively! within the pale of the law. Frequently iniiumeralil !'!pam and ntl'tha1:11ll1'I1I'S yesterday to 111.111111tllllIl.: lUvttluu or 1'rotruding

I for religious and educational purpo- horses and mules are dri\enwheii running; to and from the the writer, "but I will let you onto Your druggist ill r-funil jour

. bes can !". justified by the spirit] of they should! be under the care of a ships( all day Their price wf>s twen I a secret if you tell no one. You knoA- 11'1.8., If I'A/.i Ul.M'.MK.M' Uii to curr PENSACOLAPressing
I cents the round t..III. :J'in" iJcunta
I ty-she was tIme Odd Fellows are building! a big
American institutions, and any tendency veterinary sur!;" m. That these viola-

. IIi the co-irts to draw tighter ions are occurring: daily has been of tin the same.share I have of the niado Ici.iiness! no complaint secured I I r.ew hall. \\,,', the 'daughters,' are an Hot French Waffles with Club

the lines about the_ remaining property ( made plain to the major, and yesterday l by my boats and have heard r/mp :adjunct: to that order and have i>l''dgtil Florida Cane Syrup at

of colleges and churches is ,Ui a letter was addressed, to the from any >fihi)"e who were no" toni ;-I I i ourselves to raise enough mon>>' Solomon's. FOR GENTLEMEN.
(pi'titors. save in one instanop. and ito carpet the hall U]>OM its compktien -
of iice in which' ,
be 'oOlm, n4lt-d- Chicago Kecirdllerald. !- superiiMendent i > :'
that from a yo'ing man who is a* far '
This is sole
the law on this subject was given j r'n O'ptfrom\ the sfamlwat Imsinfssas ; j! object our one toi OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine '

The letter from the major and I am. giving so many excursions and entertainments. oysters today. Try sin m. Ono Dollar Per
I Month
It you are ill, almost every person the This young Rentleman was piquedat This object we regard: I
following section from the rOI!.!, I Nit AftiaTLK.
you meet V. volunteer to prescribe his failure: \ to sec"re one If the as commendable and we rely on In Advance
was read to each rtief set.t out front15)11cc to Membership.
for you. Th, y .1.1 it with the kindest boats controlled by me. and 111I1I1It.1 public to help us out. And! we till'I'I'
headquarters: less was the pentleaian who made The flntst lui'j ot umbrellas in the Clothes Cleaned and }'rPil*H|
intentions and y.m thank tum for "It shall not he lawful for any i-r-!the "hollt-r" in Iron of I'Alen'herte's. thiiik when our plan is known city is at J. I. KtuihuuV. On look often as -sirel. Your Cloth

their Iretiiidiea1 I\ice, but }'<>useldom son. or er-ons.. to overload any ani- flespoetfully. people will enter a boycott on us. < ),ir I tt them. ffnt for anrj delivered. Oall -
give it a trial and you note V.C.. ..lCNi'S.DEATH ; I members are as enthusiastic as can.| -- iit'j South 1'alufox ansi Join '
mal. aniraals.-nf
<.r burden within the
that whoa thtj are tlitinsehes taken city for the transportation of 1111', and while it demands a lit !I.." '
persons CAUSED EYUNUSUAL FROM $1.50 TO $12.50. SIXTY
sick they call:! in a locto: Thisis goods wares and merchandise, nor to ACCIDENT.New work, you just can bet your bottom DAYS FREE TRIAL ON CUR LAMI. La i o1'' Plain i Skirts a SDCCI
a manifestation of a phase of dollar that not faiL""litl '
'. we wjJl
\1-;( work! or emr' o in any manner
human nature which has biokea jitt Yours for Neatness,
any I ruised. maimed or lame beast i I ONE. MARSTON & QUINA.
fresh in the Wisconsin legislature. York: March f.-Affr con you know that the'baitlesbips
o burden nor to crudhb2t., bruise, G. \v. IRWIN.
Some nf our kind friends 'up tIt'!' pleting tao autopsy on the body of have bouaht and consuiied so ni'i'-h
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arc anxious: to i-rescribe a roi.ody: :'Ceorge Cooper[ whose n--ck was broken -.1 butter since being here that Illers 1TVVvn 7VVYVVVV'l

that will cure the raco question so while wrestling with frankVag! really e\iat a ts.jiinp in t'at !,,,..dI :>
Chocolate with
It is Turnverein in Green; Fri- I product":.! a !': c.'r. "1 an nn"'ile ..
it will stay cured unnecpary March ncr at Girt > !"I/' "
} Whipped Cream at Solo
to remark about iht-ir total incapacity lay coroner's physician Chs. i I to sr-'p'y; r y c'i=' ,m
and\ their ignorance:; of the case they \\" .i'"t, said! c!(>ath30; the result ofa am' tint r-r taraily! consumption mjo ii .. <
Tim r- p.., .t C 'I. "I tinhlIn. ., .A
jiroiHist1 to trfit hut naiy physicians'Juno Jpril MayThere most 'musual accident. less that lor cooking: purposes. T'.e f ." .i.i tbc work (,1 1'.1 IIr..1 11I"- "II

: gained: tloir knowletlso fr.tni Wanner ha } pirtially thrown Cooper ships are particular about hvw the f liet'n his ways of literature autl his moods are -nuply, rtndcrniIlo loan J, STEAMER LINE SCHEDULEi

experience. and it is quite i I'rllt.\.I: is a l'ct time for doineverything ;! who suddenly lost his :t.lallanll h'llt'rs delivered aboard I ka.'iw Jr I t. easy II) 'tuily.Xo oJ

thai our northern friends might; larnonsitleral.le i is, a time when a f.,!' off limo mat s'nkinz the floor onthe a wl/'Iepale man who rejoiced in the K r thoushu otie o'th ever( in-lit g..tlit bt-arn tb" nitbout inmost t,

(. by a ,visit to Atlanta. thin can IK iloiitto the>e t a
::1 1t them come and study the so-call- vant.ige, mo.-t elioanti:) most> effectively. co'iliir; L' tt'n struck;: the side of !but was chagrined when his dray > bokq r -r.'I hut. th, di--ari-iiit-aat..pitrd nnil te thought he rend JtHiid 'II IturiH luilj ixcrpt:: hiiniln
XIis', tIe let; time .. o\er t OrFf-i'.ionoItt f-.. rt-Hilnu"t Jt
/! (-J race question. It will do them the spinal) column! at its tenderest was not auowed to unload. When inquiry It' tirxi;;. I- worth niurr than te racl. "CITY OF TA \PA. "
for purifying your Wood. Why? lo. ofit hui,Ji 'ilutbi-". J
, good. They will have a chance to place' canting the fracture. : was made as to th. butter's rejection -
Ilecaus your system;; is now trying .T Milton 11!t.I i *rn LvP..3."r **
I offer lots of advice and what harm the grocer was informed that > 10 vol. Thackaray $2.35 < trPvniiitcoIa.VMiJiim Ar MUtut
to it :
I'tirify -you know this l> the PREDICTS RAIN ,
; will it do? If Atlanta doesn't desire y the stuff would have to be put up inpour.d r'/III(:; Koond trip.II."

! the honor entertaining them send !pimjiles and other eruptions"that FOR T NIGHT. H pails. There was nothing to 13 Til.! Baw$383. 5 -
lnCIme on your face and luIyHood's .
1 Ihem to Pensacola.I do hut to dish out the butter in these
Observer Cunnemeyer says in his :> 13 voL Scott, $3.00. < ,
Sarsaparillaand small amounts which was very pro- JEWELER IN HIS
WHERE WILL HE BE ? report) issued this morning that it
will rain tonight \\'ednpslt\r, the voking. The marginal: profits were not : 3 vol. n k par( $1 00. <
( :Montgomery Advertiser.II'nder p great either at the first sale." : *
temperature to prow colder tnmorr \\. And II Dumticr of attractive! sinelo NEW/ STAND
the" heading, Bryan must the metlieine! to take-they do "Wasn't that a scorching letter a II. volurnca for all BI[.., art dnc'l jl
be reckoned with the Light southeast winds are also forth i during tliU"n.n.c ill I... 1l .
the work thoroughly and sailor addressed to the Press .
agreeably CJlUlngEars the weather man. yesterday ''o. ,".m. plennia fancy j'KKU th't J\
I Press: republican! tells Democrats in a:1l1newr fail to I:.) it. I evening." remark a reader! II.It'tb" bollJav9 I, ft aregoini .t ecu to *

I effect that Bryan "holds the whip Hood's are tls mc:- ieir.'s you "Soree pophlars> prine to think f r4ithini-nlMjni BLrt9 Mak, collar : /, I have moved my JHY :'r

and 'hat he will resist excellent birthday .i-iits. 120 S'-uth Palafox lor- .
handle. any have always re..i.anji'iultd. YPEAKE, 'Jackey' had exagrrtrated things. II-IT > fr 4CUE'S ,
attempt to reorganize the party except '! pied by Ha* & CI)., at'bttti -' '
:l \n1.t n '!"''", '. I n..t'-!" :;,"ra.rih 'I hainlel''ie\\ ('d them to zr-at .
en lines of his own. It claiTii- ton hi"h1a* a..-'r''-o: !,. n" i Electrical contractor and builder, \ BOflK STORE \ r prepared than ,..vr
ttki It ia tbr* i *rr'f.\ _i .'.,,.rtr ,th '(' ; length and they al! to ooljnV: i ,
that at I least t.r I"J.\' "'. democrats will! the >nj i. r." ::h-;. Z'. H. ;f\t. :)t. rajs, i'a.Hood's will do your electrical work in first- I in the one opinion-that their trut- t Bookseller anil Htdlioncr, JJ ;:!'(;:It bargaIns In W

follow him in hs! attcarir: < i)r- Sarcaparira: prorr.isas: to class stylft and at reasonable rate*. : jewelry, etc. Call and s' 1.
. euro and keeps the He can ce found at 30 South Palafox ment by the local poice: is. not x- 213 South 1'alafoi Street j
his financial and other views promise. let rae convince you.
porate ., i'hone
street. 2t3.
actly what it should! be. This should

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BLOOD S. J. FOSHEE,Vice-President; JOHN PFEIFFER, Ass't CashUr.I .


I SKin HUffiaurs; Scalp Humours I of a Lodge h Cre tciod: lid., I .

Hair Humours, INDIGNANT ,i Tells of His Care By Designated Depository of the United States. :

I I Paine's CeleryCompound Condensed Statement at the close of busine** Ftb. 9,19(3. I' .'


Wilelner Simple or Loans and Discounts. ..... .... .. .. ... .. .. $336,07205; Capital Stock ...... .... .. .... .... .... .... $2>I0.0I.-.00 ,' ,
THE PROPOSED GIANT RAIL- .i Demand Loans. ..... ...... .. .... ...... .... I:'.>.btj654 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ..... .. .... 20,000.00
Hereditary I Overdrafts...... .... ...... .. .... .. ..... .... 1.16002 Undivided Profits..... .. .. .. .... ... .. .... 6\.10.\ 'Ii) .5'1
ROAD MERGER. i I U. 8. Bonds and Premiums... ..... ...... 213. Il.b7 Circulation..... ..... .. ...... .... .... .... 125,000.00 ,!'
; Eacih's'Best Spring Medicine. Stocks, securities, etc..u... .... .... 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid.. .. .. .... .... .. ..... .. lso.00
-- Furniture anJ Futures... .. .... .... .. .... R.71H.48 Deposit: ...... ..... ......a. ..... ..... ..... 6.->,B49.3J
Speedily e Cured by Cuticura (Birmingham Xev\s.) i I Spring showers, warm and glowing I Ii Cash and Exchange ... .. ...... ... ... .. .... 22817021

j sunshine and bright skies cannot contribute -
When asked if there was truthin

Soap Ointment and Pills the rumors of the Central of Georgia -I the sick to the and pleasure dieseased and to enjoymentof any exItem. I I Total..... .... .... ..... .... ... .. .. ... $911.42'.10 Total... .... .... .. .. ...... .... ...... ... $ Il-t20.10 "

Railroad being in a merger in i Pain anxiety, gloomy fears I This bank opened for business October \Verespectfullysolicityourpatroijage and we will give

.,. which the Frisco system, Rock Island 1 the thought of death all combine at /our business prompt, courteous and careful attention.

When All Other Remedies and system and the Central of Georgia I the such present dark and time make the lives of I 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.

: are Interested President John M. Are you debilitated nervous, sleepless ---.-- ..-
Best Physicians Fail. Egan, of the Central, who arrived in dyspeptic, rheumatic or tormented ,

he city 'last afternoon. replied that kidney with diease neuralgia? Is? your Have liver you deadly torpid'land !I B. H. FAIRCHILD, I rr: G. w. & ccoirrrG. w. & : -----

COMPLETE TREATMENT $1,00. he knew nothing of it. I diseased? If so. Paine's Celery c: %'XOLGTEn.E I'i 1
Mr. Egan remained in Birminghamuntil t will raise you from the &oo-:
today. The object of his trip j fearful pit cf danger. It saved the 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. I GREEN WATSON

.' '", 'fitment of lUfi lift of Mr. J. D. Leisure of Greenwood -
<* ,
torturing, hereuis to inspect: properties: of the 'aroft Work and Refinishing Furniiute a
Iu\!., after ttc utter fai'urcs cf I
i.,', scaly, cru-tM, pimply, ij J
company look after implements medical specialists.! Yon, dear sufferer : Specialty. I IPhono

.>,1\ .scrofulous humours of the proposed in his district and also to can coirac'l the use of the same n3. l MANY DEPARTMENTS FILLED WITH HEW MERCHANDISE.o
., 1 Woiwl .
,w ith ]o s of hair, 'see abo'itoal contracts held! !in this Heaven-blessed: medicine for your;
'i'| ,Oiutllll'lIt andI'i11shave | weakness and illness It ',-11gin? .
., M-ction.! He was in the best of humor | R. K. WHITE
fully sucvful.. Kveuiiutoof ': run what you seek for--hcalih:! and I II I ?
Is I Invited.
constitutional hu- awl when a News soughtan Everybody
reporter | new Ii3]>!>!iiife,s. Mr. 1.esarc.: Secretary .tehmaler, 3Iannfactnrinjj; Jeweler
is ":.01 M.M..I, scr<-f'ila, tioutsgioua ,- L.. .. No. 4'8' eta
lnt 'r\lc\v wIt:! him, he was: jolly of Ireeawood: .h !
:. .', "' ; Immoure, with and hr.pjr-. i i Mystic \Vorke-s of the '.Vurld.ys-i! :( and Graduate Optician, I! ; Make your selections while you can get >
swdliugiulcer. i
Paine Celery C :
: ill the throat awl mouth, I I "1 don't kncv; anything; about the for"I general used debility, r-ni .'o.-'-n; nt"'. i' 11 South PnUfci !>t.. Pfn., eol., Fit > choice of the VERY BEST Things.: J;
-. < 'qq"'r-.lur..1 Mutches, in he - --- I .
story; replied l to the question, and vous system and an airg'avateil:: cases] -
\ ,.-, irbuuclt's: pcur\)-antiutrt'rihed while he was laughing: it was evident lof'I indigestion. I had spent! over $:>I-IJ ;nJnifs, Ike Best / 'r oc. (J Tbic well know the Brighssl, Prettiest and P O

I. -ciivs nrKin condition,; from tha- hr.t ho was sincere. Ills attentionwas ', with j'hjs-iciina, some of them special-1! : ; things are always sought out awl sold first. ', {
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lists but only obtained temporary reiilief. : :
'ii the Outicura Trcatllll'lIt0 called to the fact that in two
: I also tried all patent !
\ f !?-r nimdlw: sad methods: days four presidents of railroads east cines of note which were meoli.\\ v.VYV Yr rwvar -< \ i\\'j
of i the Mississippi; had been in Birmingham 'I mended far cases such as nine, but I
tf-r still, If possible, is then withnobetterrosults than that obtain- [ II I .
.1 r> Cord of cures of toiturhi -Samuel spencer of the <-il trum treatment of physicians The \ HtE\VS{ NOTES |"O"OORDEO lL1IIIZ.V--:, :W-iiiclis wide- . . .. .. . lj'.o_ Q

;,;Ti hUWur3t1).dlr! ,- sufleringliiih infant Cutii. Boot iitlu-rn.Milton II. Smith of the I>wisulle :last medicine! I tried was Pains (.'el- ,': 10 FKEXCH PKRl'ALKinchfs I wide. . . . .. .. .. loo .

t ,imlOintmcut( hate alleviated- and Na:; nilk', John :Shelton:: cry Coni| )und. which gave re: relief i ILi I. SEA ISLAND PIItt'ALEinches wid. .. . .. .. .. .. .12'se <\

Nut yoiin, and the comfoitI illiims c.f the Scaliourd Air Line ': rum the very bottles start. I have taken c3 A Large A-orttn-utof lilXGIIAM, Uo iJ r htylns, 10,1:2': .., la; *
I .t.. afforiU worn-out and wor- and John M. lan of the Central of nearly six and am the happy best ofi to i j: So long as r.-.rn will use liquors and 'j and 232 yard. _

,'nts, hare led to their adoption {; 'onda-ind he replied humorously. 'health.fay\ am I nowenjo.uns can eat anything; sheen! well '' beer the bon ad\iaC to them is to use : *
-i I 'I' tht skin and as Mood.priceless Infantile ciirai "\\Yll that looks like something was f(>t'll'(>iI. and am gamin in weight I( the last of thtra they can get. It !snot I 4 SEE WINDOW DISPLAY OF NECKWEAR &

tit i humour*, milk cru,t, seal doing around here." vtTy day To Paine's Celery Com-" i| every man that is capable: of judging 116 g
'. ':n'ma,ra lies and every form of lie said that ]he was here on one o f hound I owe my present gi.ud health. i the pure from the impure and in I 8 to 25c. ':'
,, scaly, pimply skin and scalp his periodical trips. looking around thai he should where only ,1 ijU
I !| case go v- vWOKTH DOUIM.J: :. ,0 Z <
uri, with los? of hair, of infancy I v
Childhood, arc ?p<4fdily, pcrnialv : and attending to matters which cameto EMBRACED A I pure liquor is kept. According to all Ie) J ,.
and 'i'"iiornicillv ruixil when his office in the general operationof acounts the three places operated by

>tliprmnedit'SMuitaliltf for children) business. He said that the Centralof I X. Goldrin;, 1st anti Last Chance on rf GREEN' WATSON & CO. je.G. b
even the lest Ally=ieiam, fail. ,
Georgia: was in good shape and d<>- lower Palafox, the No. 3 at the depot, I rl'
-- ing its share of tl.e business: of the':' LADY and the Cronies' Ear on DeVillivrs I 9k1_ G" VI & CO vi. & co Vfr-KI1_ _.OJ I
S.E EDORES ELECTED country. Like other railroads of the' are dispensing goods that are all
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OFFICERS LAST NIGHT. South much of their fuel supplies are : I right. -- t

secured in this districtSERMON. BRAN DOF WHISKEY :
", isl election of the Stcvefl I I! There will be German lenten service -| D. HALE WILSON,

\ .>tt .Association No. 1, SECURED BY SAILOR GETS HIM 1' at the Lutheran church tomorrow -,

.vl most successful labor TO IN A LOT OF TROUBLE. night; at 7:;:i'1 o'clock. !!
Real Estate and Rental Agent
,.n the state was hold last ,
'.' old officers were cho-

r tc/m. T ii.'y arc a. .\ hu"jacket! named Farley was' OAKVOODWAS I it;''. Sotttli l'alifoStreet,

YOUNG MEN lined S'i't this morning by the mayorou I TELE."HCN: TO. 243. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA
char.-1 of disorderly conduct
>s..lelin.;:on. a -+

-James Ko'loy. --- The ptini-hCiOiit was none too: severe DISABLED I t

.. "i.try-Dan Murphy. as a recital of his offense will !itiili- I
jT}-Albert IViriiry i eate.Last .
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Johnson. ': and begun Orinking: at once lie drifted i TO i
i I' ADVISE! THIS EVENING. j 'AL VESSEL NECESSARY :)M.iculacturf and Dealers In
and down Palafox street requiring i I .
-Dan I1oa cn..n : up
'.i .!!I5 Murray !i the \.hole of the sidewalk: to |I MOVE THE ACCUMULATED I I J r1 Sash. Doors. :Blinds {

,11 Hiivn. Tiw lirns.! Meetings at the First li.iptistchurch navigate; at times. Ho was given the FREIGHT HERE. I r '
I r. C. Unis, and b'ltj I r Shingles
: off.Cfrs.
conducted by Ht'.T.. i best of show by police !

i shortly after dark! he overstepped the
IG-ainy, Madison. Flu. are growingin j
inttrL-st. and several accessions t.) :iltouiuls d: n-asiin: and was taken in The new British Bte,nis-hij) OaU Builders Materials .
1 >r n i 'r "- \'t'tr.THIS. \ --- "
uty constructed especially: for \ ,
charge by Oapt. Connors and Officer: wood, lately )
the church have already been noted. I
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:-; + I'YRt.P bas Pensacola and South I
1 --ttvvrar'bymtttonetl Last e\tiling's> meeting was especially Fondebilla al'or a hard !;trll gle. Service between I Erick and Lime. ,
., I scrub Palafix Africa, started out for this port and -.
Farleyalkcd! on
::: ,1"1"bile teething!:, I productive of satisfying results.:
-,. ;I -.o<>lb.-, the child. This evening at 7"o:: o'cIocK! the ditinsuidM'd *- street to 71rngosa. rnd ai the in- was disabled at sea to such aa tx- Polo>liono :Itfo. :11. ,..
", > oar-aIpacureNwln.:! !itt-rsoction of that strtnin a well tent that site will be unable to leaveon I
.. divine will deliver a sermon .
i -i ?-Jv for Umrrborar intended {
Pensacola the originally
.,.-r lt'{1.. sufferer tinI l'sl..'<'iaIJy to young men on the 1 giv-ing
I ; i !sailing date She put luck into an ...SPECIAL SALE... .
I I'-uK>!iits! In every part subject of "A Father's lament: It
!is. ,ty live cents rt bottle was the purpose| of !Uev. Heamy to I( daciousiy I threw his arras about her English pots for rc'airs.|
i "-Mr,.nafii.w'BBootb. It sister ship of thedisabled AT
h:1d..Ii't'I'e.1 this sermon (;U Sunday I an.l ive her a tiiht embrace. The Pinewood a -
"I : ar-: iuuiLi.r kind.
reach hereI
will! not
night, but the disagreeable: weather f The watchful officers! w.rel'itne 5' I steamer
l'II '! ,.. \.IIH IS <>M; n\Y prevented an audience from being t es to the inxilont proceeding! and had I I until sometime in May. Her sailing '

m. 'llllnill" Tnhleta protein and the talk was postponed"until j i the nan in a hurry. The lady aln.Oht I jdato is given in a circular issued !bj I BRAWNER'STo .

6r:1 ,rtri./ on t\ory t'lr.istht. i j fainted but Kept on her way rapidly: the L. and X. Railroad this morning

1.le the officers! foiilu to overpower as May lf There is nothing in sight
it will be to the interest of yoang i 1\\
THE TIME TO FURNISH to and hear tht' advise from the bold !;paman.I now to keep that vessel from ma.ntaiuin make for Immense Stock of
'". ROOM. AND MAR men ?;::o I room my Spring
{ This morning Farley! said! he was ? that I date.A
ST ''Uev, Ueamy. He is a man of gd I
.A HAVE WHAT YOU that he was drunk, and was third steamer has heron charteredfor Goods which iR .1
to !' 'education a deep Bible student and guilt; now Arriving Daily.
-iDESOARDS, CHINA j not aware of what he was (loin!!. May- this service and will carry the
in inesUT'ymannor
his subjects a
tl T:, '
1LES AND CHAIRS. I lor could not accept this as an next cargo to South African:
Hiis I naturally eloquent. I Jones ixrts.I, 3UOO9rdi of 79 Soft-Fun-hed i I :IVJdoz Men'- All Wool I It U Undershirts \
09 TO E. W. PEAKE'S: bin iiuir" C"'P.'ciallv! .o when talking excuse and fixed, tho just penalty. This is the big Hrithh bteauibhi: ) ilhwkingham I Hle-jctifd! I Dome*tie, worth Cc, tout |I worth fl J.-pecialTjv?; drawers l' J.,

\; j I to : it lit., men I and consignees expect ike room, at 4V yard. to m1 rh.
n ,{II" .trnet for your 1 i I "Better out than in"-that humor that \esse! to show up here on or aHJ( ; yards Fitctiviiie 4 Ble'lchl'd:' 171.'tdies' Rrod: .-t'J-W.1f Rainy- )

litii prepared: to 1I I I Hot rronchVaffieswith that vo'i notice. To be sure it's out ': about March 23::>, almost two weeks D"iiietic, worth 9o, to in'ike room, I I Diy Skirt., worth Jl.o'J, special bale I'ri8a
ll.r-ico. understood that this:
It is each.
i-- j j'h at moderate Florida Cane Syrup ntjtiolciuon's ifud all out take Hood's Parsapanlli.: : at 7c yard. i !
charter was effected in order that thoj !i I L'y LidifP.f.idyt'-Wetir l jiiiV- -/S
,. -- uOyard; Indal anI! Fruit 14
I great lot of freight intended for the I Day Skirts: tMiarui'tK-d all wool,
I WAS3UR'ED Bleached 1I1P.*( c, worth 10s tn I
could be dullyered worth -s-iip
IMagoa Hay country > I. ->pPi'i..l I 52.JSeach.
Hot Chocolato with HotFrenchWaflleswitb short a mike room at b1., : yard. j I Ij'idio-s' tilick 'l I .
j : THIS MORNING.A to its; destination in as Ou ItH Colored 1 j
Whn; ; ,1 Cream r.t fcoloWi Florida Cano syrup at I I tune as posMble.: 1U-t)) yards 4 t hbl"ac1u'J Do-i Wur-ted skirts, worth $1 50, specialS .
\:ns. ( aolomou's. dwelling just beyond reach ofi I The Buckingham will probably carry tnp-tic, worth Cc, to.. nnko- 1'00:11. at lp !get (>;ch. | t

-.---- MM' v.iter plugs I and inside the cityi l I from hen a much larger carge than .p.lC yard. I 37 LidlcV Black Tailored ard Fif,"
-- -- that! loaded! en the British! st.lIDI'r 1JO( yards In 4 Gold M!'f'Pt- tired !kirts, worth $2:tg) f> f'J, rpeciul :

\\ (),' ,' .q. Q" "e .... A jiQ'ct..I.3'v \ N ... uriiis was totally destroyed by a > Vermont a few months &iuc>. (in.', worth Isu, to make :rooi.i fit 13j sal- to H to each. ;
U ttS&tt&WWJii', '*>* ***** \I',7 t'r; ... Inch was started among a lot of;j yard. I 1m) d.Z MMI's All Wool Tamel's ,

r'llibi-ih and building material at 1oclrcK FRIENDS TO GIVE I ICfOyirJ-: 4 Pppperal KleicliedSheetihj. Hnir lTiid-r-hirt, worth l.Gi.( ipeci f. I.i
SPECIALTIES % .< LENTEN .. ; this morning. The house was CUTICLE TO GIRL. wmih iJNe, to make room, II Rpd snit Fawn colors. '
at hlyc yard.
own d by a negro named Jake Mene- 25 d 'z, B IY'oJ and Girl-! Ribbed i I
hundredrelatiu'sanIfrien..s of 7Vy.rd- 1"' 4 Pepperal Bleachedheetiu t
Ono Fleeced Lined i
injured for about $:?jl}. and Undershirts at
tee and was ; '. '.-von 2't!, to uika
Commerfcrd of this city rOC/IlI,1 :2 ic; drivers to match. i
CO'S. The ii"p.utment: made a run to the I Marjcirtt at "i');: y int. iK i \
.SOL CAHN & ; of their 21 doz. H'>y's and Oirl': Gray and
.. .. intend to give up a portion 'i i
= water limits when it was discovered I =iii''tnhT w* carry a full line of Red All Wool Und rLlrti at LOc; ;
1 that a truck would be ot no senklIroCl'etlf'l \:!, | cuticle to supply :3:w square inches Hoys' Put,, from ;3 to 1(5( age, at j drawers to match.j j ,

BUJKTriut.K MIITV further. I!I I c f skin for the girl who was seriously I price* to .nit ev.I <-rlbdy.I j j.I \ carry a full tine of Ladips',
i' 'rFII i }I \cuiitr.i: !
no the collission at ClitionI I TOdoz; Mm'* Heavy French Neck [ Men and Hoy's and (Jirl r' t hoes I
I' M I;*. conrisii, yOb'I-'lIFL1.'It.llt s = months lat night Injured in
Just thirteen ago I February 19. I Moreno L'iid-r-hirt-, special 2Uc ; I. that we ean save you Sue; ou.Remf :1
.K. si .HM-OI.M-II. FI..H IlO". Mecefee suffered a similar loss i i iI iI I avenue crossing on : dr-iw-rs to natch.CoJi.z inb.r-We carry a full" line :]'I:
> >' Itpit'III IU.OVTIIS. Kii'i'Kiiiii III<:nHl\: (., ?__________ i I -' - ------ Men's! Fl<" cil Linpd Un- of Mf-n's Clothing Hougnt at uoc en i
f. TINNY FISH e der-oirt, worth 6uc, 'special :3Gc; doila: \\'e will cll"e them out at '
Tragedy Averted. IA.C. BINKLEY desires hU friend rirtwtrstomt tch oil
"A er\thing Generally Kept in a First-Class Grocery. PHONE J75. I jim !Jij price other merchants.
.....h "Just in the nick of time our lit- I land the public know tint le has i. .1.
.4'h' .a'A"'A" _
.'"", .. .W..W'''" "''''r''' 'V i I jtle boy was saved" writes Mrs. W. i Moved to R om 508 Tbie?en buildIng We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress :

': Watkins of Pleasant City, Ohio. ;! where he will continue as heretofore -

"Pneumonia had played sad havoc !: a general w practice. Goods at New York Wholesale Prices. '. '

DR. H. MOCK with him and a terrible cough set I -. -.-'- --- .-' ,.

}. in besides. Doctors: treated him, 1i 1-------- AGEfiTS FOR STANDARD PATTERN :

; but he: grew worse every day. At i NOW OPEN! !

: length we tried Dr. King's New Disjcovery j jI flea Sher! tin t HCP: '

t ) DENTIST. I for Consumption and our dar- I F. E. BRAWNER/ ; i'I

1 ling was saved. He's now sound and I .

''well." Everybody ought to know, BOWLING llHI : io5 S. Palafoz St. '! ':

2S': I It's the only sure cure for Coughs! II
'. Paiafox !
Street, % Old Armory Building. I! Colds and all Lung diseases. Guarcaused I I

CUt(\VN: AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. ' Palaio'x" street. Price;50cTaad $1.00.

I'KNSACOLA...\. Trial bottles free. I OprositeJa McHugh'3. I tomes aCol4 DOneDly. 612 Days Vt2flL.- box. 25c



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The witness on the stand had been i ibullyraggid
PYTHIANS OFF by the lawyer until his :

patience was exhausted. Uncle Sam says it's

t'i TO JACKSONVILLESPECIAL "Now" said the attorney, "you say

i.; you saw the prisoner draw his pistol. all
-- I "Yes." right
"Itemember you nr; on your oath.

PASSENGER CAR FILLED Tin not forgetting It." Uccle Sim In the person of ten of his eorerement officials.! !! Is aJwrs In cnav. ., "'"_.
WITH ENTHUSIASTIC REPRE "You are sure you are telling the department of our distiUerr. During the entire process of distillation. alter I
Is stored in barrels In our warehouses. during the seven years U remains it -
truth? very grain we buy to the whiskey you get.Uncle San is constantly on the wa: .
/ SENTATIVES OF PENSACOLA "$ure" i I Dot take a gallon of our own whiskey from our own warehouse unless be says I I
j I And when be does say so that whiskey goes direct to you.with all its original' I
:f \ LODGES WAS ATTACHED TO "Xo mistake about it? ness and flavor carrying a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLLR'S 'x.
"Xoiie." TEE of PURITY and AGE. and saving the dealers' eoonnoiis profits. 1 I
,' HAYNER WHISKEY Is the best for medicinal purposes. That's why It is rrp'iV'
11 Y EAST BOUND TRAIN THIS "You couldn't be persuaded Into any other uses. That why we have over a quarter of a million satisfied Custoe*. i J-;' I
: other !;statement 'IlIt're why YOU should try it. Your money back if you're not satisfied ''
" MORNING. ... .. I
the judge interposed.

: -- "Ob, let him go on. your honor," Direct from our distillery to YOU !

Ii i pleaded the witness. "He's a lawyer

.; r It required a special car to transport -.I and he doesn't know the truth when he Sass Dialirs1 Profits I Prwnts Adulteration I """"" i

4 I Pensacola's: Pythian representation -II sees it. and I'm only too glad to show ,

!L ? to Jacksonville this mrning. The I him how so far as 1 can."
rJ T car was attached to train No. 3, which Had Manicuring. I I HAYNER WHISKEYPURE I

I I. left promptly on schedule time at 1 Many women suffer from the results

; '! \ ,I ..) o'clock. A large number occupied of bad manicuring. Kirst aid to these

V. .-...;..- places In the sleeper_ which was also sufferers is the advice to give up having

'it! : .k I' ) attached to that train. their nail manicured unless they SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE

};: ; t ( cf77r ( \ Local lodges are never behind whena can find a good manicure. Here is a
I for and mutilated FULL
#' grand ]lodge session is in convention. good remedy chopped A $3-2 EXPRESS
,J. : c cuticle: Buy 10 cents' worth of pure
J, Pensacola is well
; always represented
c '
; olive oil :11,111 small tin cup. heat the O
: Fibroid Tumors .Cured.A and when the state grand lodge convenes QUARTS PREPAIDWe
I oil over a:1'*; jot, taking care that it
in Jacksonville tomorrow morning does not got too hot. Soak the fingersIn

of Fibroid Tumor the rol call will show up CscamI the oil for fifteen minutes, reheating will send you FOUR FULL QTTART BOTTLES of HAYVER'S SEVEK-:
distressingcase YEAR-OLD RYE for 1120, and we will pay the express charces. Try It and
., t bia and Santa Rosa counties in the I tlv! oil if it gets too cool. Do this three U you don't find it all right and as food! as you ever used or can buy from
which baffled the skill of Boston doctors. I times a week, and in two weeks there anybody else at any price send i it back at our eipense and your 'i.O wi.i be
following including grand lodge
way. returned to you by next mail. Just think that offer over. How could it be
officers and delegates from the dif will be surprising results. fairer It you are not perfectly satisfied you are not out a crnt Ketter let .
Mrs. of us send you a trial order. If you don't want four quarts yourself, get! a
Hayes, Boston, Mass., in ferent lodges: Pastry Dag. I InomEmllle friend join you. We skip in a plain sealed case, no marks to show what's

the Grand ChancellorVill: .\. Allen. bag costs loss Orders for Ariz.,CaL. Co!., Idaho Mont..NVv.. N.Met.. Ore..Utin.Wdeh
'i' following letter tells how she was A homemade pastry or Wyo. must be on thf basis of 4 lluart* for *Ion by t'.iprllepaid ; !
Past Grand Chancellor T. E. than one ready made ami is quite as or 2O Quarts for 16.Oo by Freight\ 1'repaiJ.

::r |I: cured, after everything else failed, by Welles. serviceable. Buy a twelve inch squareof Write our nearest office and do it NOW
Grand Inner Guard Henry Horsier. rubber cloth. Told it together from f

lU:i Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Pensacola Lodge Xo. :3-J. Geo. two opposite comers, sew the edges together THE HAYNER DISTILLIKQ I COMPANY l.

.rt White, Monroe Campbell and }'. B.Radcliff. and you have a serviceable !bag. ATLANTA GA. CAYTON, OHIO ST. LOUIS. NO. ST. PAUL Mint.DISTIU.SBT. : .

. 1 Mrs. HajtV First Loiter t 3Ir Pinkliam for Cut off tile point and make it large:
S .Appealing enough to hold a pastry tube when
.::1 UEAU :MRS.: have been under Boston doctors' treatment Damon Lodge Xo. 13-J. E. Wolfe, slipped inside. The tubes cost Iii cents |

for a long time without any relief. They tell me I have a fibroid J. Williams and F. E. Drawner, each, and tbree are sufficient for the ,

I II tumor. I cannot sit down without great pain, and the soreness extends Ilathborn :\u. SO-W. H. Trainer. woman who enjoys a little fancy cooking .
up my ppine. I have tearing-down pains both lack and front. My at- .
Jamese'ille and Thos. F. Wrighton. and pretty garnishing of everyday ,
( omen is swollen, and I have had flowing spells for three years. My:: ape Fidelity Xo. US-Samuel Pasco. Jr., .-(Jood Housekeeping. ,tdishes. WICI< E & CO.
;! petito is not good. I cannot walk or be on my feet for any length of time. t
, "Tho symptoms of Fibroid Tumor given in your little book accurately and Scott M. Loftin. I

'I describe my case, so write to you for nh'ice.Sif1led) Mrs. Century Xo. 81-W. M. Diamond. You want a good piano tuner to i

;, E. F. HAYES, 252 Dudley :St.: (Itoxbury) Boston, Mass. Milton Xo. 29! -W. J. Williams, Jr. stay in Pen
II I A number of the representativeswere your order. Bend it in. I have ,: ,
S Note the result of Mrs. Pinkham's advice-although
had 20 years' experience and have |
their wives.
accompanied by
5, she advised Mrs. No. & South Palafox Street
Hayes of Boston to take
Grand Chancellor Will A. Allen worked in several piano: factories. '

Lc her medicine-which she knew would help her- gives out a list of general committees Orders left at Johnson's book store 1 I All Kinds oi Plumbing and Ga Fitting Materials Kept on Used

I her letter contained a mass of additional instructions appointeuby him to do duty at will be attended W. PRESSLEY. ""1J.VPI.Ji>Nii: *.Zit "r'l1..H'nJ.A "'I.A

as to treatment, all of which helped to bring the grand lodge session. Pensacolais

1: about the happy result. well represented as will be seen WEEKLY: HCHEDULJ- :

"DI.mIr.s.:: PIXKHAM:- Sometime ao I wrote to you describing from the following: FOB STEAM DIVISION r SAMUEL CHARLES

I j S my symptoms and ;id your fllVjet.U \'l, and I followed Finance-A. Greenberg. G.Long, PENSCOIiA ELICIliiCTlhifl2lA: ",

all your directions carefully!! ami to-thy I am :t well woman. U. P. Sheridan C. E. Eayley and Dert RAILWAY COMPANY, [ ii EDDT) ) AND SHOE :MAKER

: "Thaine of Lydia l":. PinMinmS Vrgi-table Compound entirely Fish. I ,
Trains leave PensacoU for tbe LIi HHayoa
S expelled the tumor and tr llgtL'nclI1llr \\liole system. I can walk I Law and Supervision R Big Jiayon Warrlngton N"?7 Y*rand lq REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT
miles Fort Barraacaa at :
: now."Ljdi.i O'Neal. P. R. Leak. T. :r.. Welles, Herbert 13 Wholesale and Retail: Dealer in Shoe, Leather: Fn
8:80 a. in.arrives; Fort Barrancat I:15ac t
I I:. Pinliliam's WfjotuMo Compound i is worth five dollars i, -J:::
Cook and T. H. Hodges. Iu:4$)a.m.arrive at Fort Barranca 10:<< s.o
a drop. I athi-e all women who are alllieted with tumors or I fort Kftrrancm 1:.)p n 't'lIOtl51 &. (loT MH'J-II ('.\I.u-ox 1 illKr.j 1
W ft-nnle trouble of any kind to give it a faithful trial.-Si1led! ) :3hts.: State of the Order-Tom J. Watts, I, 8:80 p.m. arrive at Fort Fort Harranca* 4ii> D

1::. F. HAVES, i.>;02:; Dudley fcL, Hoxbmy: ) IJostun: JLiss.fountains F. H. Davis. J. 1:'. inkle. E. P. Roberts .8:15p.m.arrlveat p.m.arrive at Fort Barranca Karrancai S.i 70p: a.D -
and Charles Boote. Trains leave Fort Barranca* for i'enn E. DUBTJISSOX t9 BROTHER
: of gout could Jlllt purfha !such t('>: tiniony-urtalco cola at .
? the place of the lu-alth and happiness which! Ljdia 1'. i'inlJiam's Credentials and Rt'turns-F. R 7:1t.m. arrive at Pensacola_. Iro.. n
w Vegetable Compound brought to .Mr>. Ha e. Ratlcliff, Eugene Moslers. John Mar 1 lluop m. arrive at U6aoola.ll p.n OIMK: T.\UI\GOX\ IMKNDK.NCI; STIIKKTS.:
S shaH II. C. Gordon and W. C. Davis. :2UO p. m. arrive at Fenaaoola 8:.3 p.B
i Such testimony shouM 1 lJf accepted by all women as convincing Appeals and Grie\anoes Emmet I 5:00 II m arrive at Penacol&___ 6:16 p o Dealers in
7X( p.m. arrive at PeQsaoola___. Ts5: p.
! cvidenco that Lydia K. I'inkhaiuN: Vegetable Compound stands Wolfe, W. B. Lamar, C. IIVilsoii, "8:45 p. m.arrive Peaiacola.... .. SW p.Batnraay .
; t without a peer, as a remedy for all the distressing!: ills of women; all James Xeulle A. Murphree and I :: only :,j. *$ Choice Staple and Family Groceries, t

ovarian troubles; tumors ; inflammations ; ulceration, falling and displacements Hewitt Hill.Mileage FAst FOB WEEK DATS.feniaool .
to Fort Barranca and return tfensacola 'i Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. TVynretoo imny to pnmI
of the womb; backache: irregular suppressed' or1linful: and Per Diem-M. W.
to Navy Yard and retcrn_ dPeniaoola I I and WarratitPd to be the Best the Market Atr'rU I and can '1Ht'li..d
4 menstrua.tion. Surely the volume ami character of the testimonial Stewart, C. II. Raulerson, Chas. L. to Palmetto Beaob and return uSCN < U'ecan Order ( inn Duiiui- .
on. Duplicite us
1 ters we are daily! printing; in the newspaivrs: : can leave no room for doubt. Smith, M. A. Bronson and S. Pasco, DAT ICHIDUDI.wbea ,i I Holidays and will Deliver Free any to any !'Mt of the City.
4 :Mrs. Hayes at her above address will gladly answer any letters Jr. w uaor permils tile running i I II
I f which sick women inav write for fuller information about her illness.! A number of delegates who could open coscnes. I COUXTUY ORDERS WILL RECEIVK CAREFUL ATrKXn: \ j
not make it convenient to get away Lean FeDiacou. Lv Fort Barranai
I Her gratitude to 3Irs. 1'inkham and Lyrthi ]:. IMnkham's VojrctaltloI i a. m. 10 I. m.I .
this their P.O. 80)(326. 1
morning postponed trip until
S I Coiupoun.l b so genuine and heartfelt that she thinks no trouble i is too noon when they left on the noon I lit. m.. II I Di.1p.m. m.I .. J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.,

great for her to take in return for her health and happiness.' : train going by way of .'lUut omerr.: Ip.m Ip.m.p. PHONE 66. J

S Truly Is it said that it is Ljdia J:. 1'inkliain'a AVet-tablc Coin- These will reach Jacksonville in I Ip.m p.m. :,I : 'itrni1yMvery GrocorH. tI '

;>ouii'l tint( is curing so many women, and, no other medicine ; don't forget plenty of time, for the session which S ip.m p. m. III.bI pm, I II 1

I thw when some dru-:;:;;:>t wants to sell you something: else. opens at 10 o'clock tomorrow morn 1 t p. m. D. m. : !

' FORFEIT if we cannot forthwith pnvluea the oHtrinil! letters ana sillnaturcs 01 ing. _ _ PARr FOB SUIT flAYernuco&
I to jrt Barranca Ktvr
$5080 u!>uvo losiuuuuial, uLiuli "llIl'mn' their alxnluie t'oiiiitiieiies.lla .- ; .A. : :
lard and rotara U.Paaiacola
More Riots. -- ---- !
}'< E. I'iukhum MiMiiiioo Co., Lynn, :U.u. I to Palmetto Ilea ot: aoi .

Disturbances of strikers are not tarn._ .______ II
.t The Minimum! Wn.. Mlxfit.: I No "lrb' eUfid after 1:15 e. vOPERAHOUSE> SUCCESSOR TO AVERY: t WOOLFOLK .1
h ; ; How to MnUe n>rrton TulTev. | nearly as grave as an individual disorder -
A stately granIte shaft had been
.q : Pi>!'ulv erected in the cemetery of a Massa-
;, : ovi-r tin tire with a sill i>f water anti of sleep, nervous tension will be followed ;:
cLiiM-tts town in of a man
. ;ii' wLen ijuitc nu'ltul suM.four oum-ts of memory by utter collapse unless a relIable HARDWARE.
wlnt' > life Lad been anything butpraiseworthy. _
1. hatter.tir this! all over the fire till; on i remedy is immdiately employ
, None the leis the inonutiieLt -
i tlrn[>j'inc:: a i-H' *e intt> some cold wator* ed. There's nothing M efficient to f tT. )1.'i.:
I it crNjis l Tiriftly. Kfiuuve: from the was one of the eights to be shownto cure disorders of the Liver or Kidj j r ___ Iron, Nail, Axes, Hhov I. /"t.a)1: ill and I"itp3mh,1\t
a stranger and one day a former neys as Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful I Supplies, Cooking and He j'in.; Stoves, Paint, Oils
ii fire uM] a few l1rolIf li-niun and resident of the towii who had been tonic, and effective nervineand : ONE WHOLE WEEK Window Glass. ians, Fitoiml Fichiug Tackle.
liuttiTfJ tins! latcs to cool.HOlT .
i pour : or i> '
away f.r many years !returned was the greatest all around medicine BEGINNING \ Agate ami Tillwaro.onUll ll'wsefurmshini g Uoolh.trAOESH .
i I taken to see the granite obelisk. lie for run down systems. It dispels ,
; !Irniir Mulil.Mold
j I Nervousness, Rheumatism and 1 FOR BIRMINGHAM: ROLLING MILL COMPANY"
to the faults and fail- MARCH
::4 that! si'ltks on wooiti-n,! furni: wa n<> ,
Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs. Revere Giant Stitched Belting Northampton Emery
lu.of. the! man whom it eulogizedith
tnre <>rv H) iworlt in the ot'! or any Only 5111'. and satisfaction guaranteed The Largen Best and Highest Salaried Wh..1 I C )., L iftia &; Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kaltub. .
!its and
d\UJpl\l'(' is l"i'f>t wet \I.y ht'ro'l'I' oil. \ cildfd InsiTlption, by W. A. D'Alemberte druggist, Company the KoaJ. : Iron King and Buck Stoves and Rang'!, Wm

i -.% Soiiu-tiiiiti a \'I Utiruiis nibb'tis) Is iioot>s- ': : ronteiLplation of the shaft on all 121! S./Palafox street. _ I COUDS & Co.'u Raw Hide Lace Leather Masury's
sides) le saiil "Well if It's for goodness. i
: nary to iltstioy t1.e..t.. .et'iat of i Made Railroad Colors.
cellar It's too bi;.:, and if it's for badness I '
wliitewash! .ipjiliid to a damp
II will riiiuiitftcly dry it out If in s;>ito It's not big fuoujh.; "-New HavenChronicle. SCHEDULE AND PASSENCER ltlt7iiEaitOF\ \ k Masonic Temple Pensacola Fla.

I i of tins mold > uars taIl ,
li:j irrcautitin vi | RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS -
5110ts on t'lo' il H>r of the vllir, set I
liXes of tinslnrkttl lime abo'it antI TraIned Chrycanthrmani. I TIME TABLE.
1 .
; i it.
Chrysanthemums' in Japan are trained LINE. ATLANTIC CITY.M
<. I, throw n little (If it over the patches of ,i .
: mold that have ll'Pean'll. into numerous quaint shapes, like LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.

4t I I the old English; yew trees in the forms : I'I IN EFFECT DECEMBER I, 1001PENSACOLA
In there The Pensacola, St. Andrews and "sdav
of peacocks etc. Tokyo 81't'Jlr1lt'n -
t How toVn_h Ilabr: Carrln f'*. j jWhen i if I a t.mees and Saturday,
'sized Gulf Steamship Company has fixed I I
it 1'oconies m-cossary to wIhthe filletl ,with life figures New Orleanl and Mobile.
matltf entirely of the flowers and leaves, the following schedule and rates to nntnrti. Matinees. 10 and *):.
baby ('arrla;:,*. PIt a taMospoonful apply between Pensacola and the rniuo. Slgnlt 10,20 and sue. I
... I the faces being masks, and these chrysanthemum I
of salt into lukewarm water anti use So... So." No.2. I iol
points named: Beau on talo at( 01 bnok store. I, No.1. No.1. ?
this in connection with sand soap and figures: accurately represent 7:15 a 12lim 11:01p Leave Penaacola_Arrtve S5 oo a tOO p 5.. .
8:00 a 2t1p: 1:02 a I Ll"aveYlomaton_ Leave 2:11Ia 2:80 t:26.
a small scrubbing) brush. The salt pre-i court ladles, warriors, children and animals SCHEDULE. ONE NIUHT ONLY I 11:00 a 6t.! p IM a w-ave...... Mobile __ Lean 12.D' It:11 D p 1:00':
rents the reeds from turning yellow. 'I one of the favorite characters Steamer Tarpon will leave Pensa- MONDAY MAR. I 16 .,._ __" S:25p 7:8': a I Leave _.'I.w Orleans Lea,. Wisj' p 7I a -::.

being a young lady with a fox's tail cola every Tuesday night at 8:30 \

How to Porkrn Oak; Franiri. peeping from under her dress and a o'clock, after the arrival of the Mobile THE SWELL SOCIETY EVENT OF North.No. .

To darken oak frames si''>nse them mask which by the touch of a string train and the P. &; A. accommodation THE SEASON. -

with boilln water to which has beonnilde turns into reynard's head.Down train. This will enable a 2. No 6. I No. I No. I.
;; person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m., 11:06 pm \i 12:111 p m Lea,,_ Penl&oolaArrln I 'o p m I IIJ'.III: '
,. (l carUtnato of so<1:1ln the proportion make close connection at Pensacolaand Mr. Ben Stern Politely Profers 6:15 am 41:57 p m Arrl". Montgomery ..Lean I llUIi a m \ t.&. p's'
of to half a pint let With Impertinent Nelabbon. 11:68 am i 8:08: pm Arrl"lSlrmlnlbam .ua1'l l5am 4pa
ounce .
: .. an i Phwat fur reach St. Andrews the next The Best Comis Opera Success Since 7:06pm 1IOa m ArrlNa.IlYllle .....Lene ,
the wood dry thoroughly, and it not Mr. Mulhooly- are yez morning at 7 o'clock.PASSENGER. 2SJam 8:111 m Arrl"Loal.,11Ie ......Lea" I Uipm--- I 1t.ism
f dark cuoucb; repeat the process. It is makin' such a noise on thot pianny? Pinafore > 7:50am: I, 1159a Di Arrl"eClnolnnaULee I 1pm 1lIip's
Y'r drlvln" me distracted wid y'r racket RATES. Tam: 1.Jp: m Arrl" .._ .. tLoall.LM"e 41pm tpj.
mixture of
9 well to test the on a piece
., : I' wood before applying it to the frame, an' me head achlu' lolke it wad split la The passenger rate from Pensacolawill .RICHARD GOLDEN. AND RIVER JUNCTION.No. .
t be as follows: ..
j for If It Is too itrons and makes too two paces ,
dark a color it can be diluted with a Daughter-Them new neighbors nlxt To St. Andrews and St. Andrews In De Koven & Smith's Greatest 2l-DalI1, No 1-Daily No flop wbere time not ihown No. 1-Daily No. rJ-liaJ::

little more water.A door has been complalnla1 of my play- poiots-fS To Apalachicola; round and trip Carrabelle-110. Comic Opera Success, HM p m T:00 a m Leav.......PeD.acola.-Arrin 10M pm -1:11-, .-

aif in'. 12:16 sighS i 1:11": ".. Bohemia_ ." 10lf" sos .
$8 BO round trip $15. .
; UIO! ':18" YulMtr 10U" 1:01':
Mr. Mulhooly- Begorra hammer .. 7:18" .4 .... ....Etcambl. "
These fares include first-class U2I I 10:12" 1M"
Night Alarm. harder.-New York Weekly. cabin, stateroom and meals. iller. U: :. I T:. 'I I Malkt N 10:11" 5.49t !
Worse than alarm of fire at "foxy Q a 1t:1III I 7:28" .". ._ Harp I' 10J1" :40
an Farther Information can be secured II JO N ':11I" .........O1CiQ_ SI 10:11" 6.17
night is the brassy cough of croup, The best pill 'neath the stars and by applying at the company's omces 11:68" I 111II".. N ._..._..MUtoR N 10:10" 5)3 .".
1:$O am : ._ N _Good .anZ S. tl16
in the Thiesen building ..
which sounds like the children'sknell stripes; 1:116" 11:11" N __- HolU___ tM t.1I
and It means death unless Little Early Risers of worldly repute. This la the No. Company and the 110". 11:10" HllllianCre __ .. Ito" I t tlI";
something Is done quickly. Foley'sHoney Only One,with all the Magnificent 1:11. 11:18" ".. tvl w___ tUM too.
U '
gripes. ':00" 8:64 II N
n Land. .
j e r tM
and Tar never fails to give Scenery Costumes and Parapher- IJI" 1:11 u .. _-Mossy Head. I' 8:40 to J 1.19 '
Ask for DeWitt's and take no I
instant relief, and quickly cures the nalia that Astounded tbe Patronsof ':01" 1:11"Derunlak8pr1ll.l.. 1:11" 2.. '.
worst forms of croup. Mrs.P. L. 001'I I substitute.A tbe Broadway Theatre New ':111" IH": N to _......... H T:44 N I 1.11..
4:60' 1:67' __Pono d 1:18
I dier of Mannington. Ky.. writes: take York City, with LaTlihnesa. .. Leo&I I "
small pill easy to buy, easy to 1:00" 10:10' ___ "' J : ..
i "My three year old girl had a severe to act but In 1:08" 10:16' __ Caryr111_ ':11" 1:46n
never falling }
case of croup; the doctor said she easy IT'S BETTER THAN BOBBIN I.. 10m' N _i Bonlf y_ N 1:16" i -
results. DeTVltt's Little Early Risers HOOD.-N. Y. Herald. 1:00" 10:67" U _Chlpl.y N .:IT" 1Ot
could not live. I Rot a bottle of Fo the > lm" 11m" .. -._Cotumd;::: 1:11" lliffi: ooa
ley's Honey and Tar; the first dose arouse secretions and act as jPl'tbtiG f hotogz'aphy, ,:00" 11:21" II. ........KlrlaJtu....... U 1:00" Ui "
quick relief and saved her life." ,a,tonic to the liver curing permanent The Prices Reach Everybody, ; TjJOI'M 11:61" 1.. _.Cyprell_...... H 1:11" 11:65 a '
gave "
N 11:62" .... N un
ly. Hargis Pharmacy John Sheppard, : GraDd Rldll 1:12"
W. A. D'Alem-
Refuse substitutes. Sidney Kahn. 204X 8. Palafux Street. 50c to $1.50. H:05 noon .. 8DM41 N I Ifl" IQI! _
berte, 121 S. Palafox street ) 1:11' 12:11" rrtYlRlYN hllOuolILMvel 1:10" I 10JU


.L I '< ","", :> J_ <.c.l......$. .___..o1.a J<_ ..L._: 'I.. '': -"-,_,,,-,,_< _r -C' -

,.. ---c-- tMt.I1I.P.,0.0: \0 .:,'" .. OM- ."'J' -. r_ '>'. .'... .' ""Y 0 ;' ."..: .:. ,.-f..;; .{;_. Hen on They Are I ed a. Sign

a timid little calden, with slender by the Furrier. \ iJl

graceful limbs end a wealth ot Th" man who comes to New York "
waving golden hair-Just the kind of Government only once in tea years said he could! t
Arc MH Male Daily Free oiCliarge '
child a fond cotter would love to have not understand why the bears in Central \
--i- -
J nestling itt her side and clothe in dainty park seemed so much more stuck
-1- 4 Per Cent. Bonds (1922) ly tls Red Cross Phys!
I k I childish garments. But Nellie had up than the rest of the animal but

1 no motLcr to caress her-no tender, loving compared with the returns on after he had traveled about town for Who are LocaH d at t 111 West :' iT iTcins :

IIi! hard to smooth her tangled curls. several days he saw through: It. It was
: tfi twenty year gold bonds because; W! per cent of the furriers in '
\ Her home was a garret In a slum and Ctoae$ StrEtt--SErvices! f fir Three
town have chosen a bit black bear for
; her mother had died years ago, when issued by
j41 '\1 Y Nellie blue And an advertising sipi. Why the other animals 1
was a tiny eyed baby. Months are e to Free to All It- ifva1th
i'i now her only friend was a roguish little \ In the zoo should be so discriminated -

IrIsh! lad. who with bis merry TilE MUTUAL I against puzzled tie man not a Who Call Up ta Berne :

little. One day: he asked a furrier :
dark eyes and bucking: face, had won
(, tier heart more than a year ago when March 21. t.
"It Is because the bears last;: longer
1i4 i one bleak November day some rough
NEW YORK, than anything (else" said the furrier. F
street boys Lad wantonly upset her
I, c r "Of nIl the animals In New York Jdon't A staff of eminent physicians and urKeoD 1\'
v basket of flowers, and Mike had sturdily > from time KM Cross M..d'l'allnat1tute i\'i
ift ; : come to the rescue, scattering the Richard A. McCurdy President know of any tbat have a harder hare at the urgent oltcitKtiou of a large : :itl
time than those that stand outside furrlprs' number of patient under tbeir care la this 1\11
offenders loft and right; with a flourish I Country, e'l..blhb"d a permanent branch tt
t/L./L stores winter and summer and of the Institute In thlsclty at
.7 ; i of his muddy broom. is shown in a ledger statement try t; drum up trade for their employ 1 ,il
r Ever since that memorable day Mike HWest Chase Street. "I :!Ii
--- I ers. It doesn't make any difference
had Itcen enshrined as a hero in :\1'1lie's which can be obtained by
\ \ what kind of weather comes along Time eminent gentlemen have decided to !.

\ heart. They were always togetherin whether it blows hot or cold, those fellows give their services entirely free for three .
their I'isure hours. addressingNassau moiitbH (meiiicine excepleU) to all invalid 4
s have to stand at their JII."t and who call upou them for treatment ,:0
Mike never tired of listening to her
t -2 : swelter (Ir freeze as the tase may be. t
-. stories and her songs and would beg BetcB t Nw ana March 21. :
Naturally all those changes are pretty'
S fSHE WAS BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY? again and again for "just one more," it.
t their bide and none !but bears These services consist not only I of contultatlon. I
his dark eyes growing T\ide and radiant .examination and advice, but alto .
: Cedar, William & Liberty :sun stat:'! the strain. Some furriers I ..
as Nellie sang of the streets of of minor -unreal operations.Ihu I ...
Streets NEW YORK N. Y. have tried the fox: the lynx and' object in pursuing this courseis ",t
and of the which
gold joys awaited the
ffiCuLLOCH-TneDisTiller'Owensboro.KenluchY.I I to becoim rapidly and personally ac- :
; auaiials ntlIIUi.! then at venture,
children III "the kingdom called home." CEClIj AVILLCOX, Manager. quainted II time sick and alllett'd.aUtt under S
Jacksonville Fla. but they have mostly come back to the condition will any charge Khate,erI ,
"llo\v tIll'rr.'Ilie? ,
4.__: can we get he
be 1111,1..10' render for threeniontbs
boar as the most satisfactory of the lot. I I any cervices !
questioned wisorly one day. "I)o you T. C. WATSON &CO. District Manage to nil 'Il lio call before March 21st.Ihedoctrrj : '\;
L. BEAR PENSACOLA They cost more too. A good stuffedt tr,lIt all forms of disease and :.i )!
know the ? t ;
---S -S war Pensacola Fla. l>oar conies as high:: as fTV but if he is deformities and guarantee. a cure In every C
Nellie shook her head a little sadly.Ve -.- l'1t'1 tbl'unh.rtak.. At the drat interiewa ''
GOLA treated well he will last for t\\"I'l1t\\ \. thorough,: examination made. and r.
CHOICESTOF = =e. ciin't ilnd out the way until we Ohnrlc* A. Unna'. 1.011:1 five years. so that brings!: him ( It incurable you are frankly and kindly told '

:;iist and Corn Meal mills dit Tlu'ii all angelitli; a golden They tell a good story of Charles A. a comparatively low price after 1111.- so u-.;-lrss alsoadvintd treatment.M atcaiuat. *peudmg luoury for :I I'
crown will come and take our hand and New York Tress.llou :lie and r.'lIIolI.nkn..>-i.. catarrh! and "

f FRUITS AND CONFEG11ONER ij f fAT P. p, COHZRIiEZ & CO. Prep i, show Mike's us the saucy\ay.face" grew run'. boy Dana write reporter-up how the and yacht I tana said race.once, "Tomorrow"summoned you a lii, lladr'oITP.... ratnrrbnl IU..lollr..I.I\ne..r rectum, are.aeatoess positively; ;and Also cured all\arionrele.dis by"aw their< of rup-new the 1 ."1J

MkDQtactcrertJHO1UK "I v Mi: we could go, \t'Ilir-you an< One-half of an erg: will clear the ccf- treatment.Their .,1'
"Rut." said the lad "I don't know chief &s-orlae surgeon of the institute :'
MEAL AND PUKE GUOUNL me," he wld-pi>red. "You could sing fee for a'.ly of (he or six a will will bu in personal charge.dilieesNo. f'!
how; I'm a Xebraskan.I only came Ill \\"...t I bass office Hours ])
there Nellie, without iwlicemen tellingus lleat the and add
whole :
: ::
as a egg;
C. APOSTLE'S I here last night, sir, and I haven't so 9 a. m, to 7 p. m. Mindaj iu a. iu. to 1 p.tu
to move on, couldn't you? Then of Mix this
Patronize Home Indnstry, for there li much as seen New York harbor Yt'ts an equal quantity water.
every reason you should boy your Meal and anxiously: as a new thought: occurred, with the amount of coJee; required for
11 list GovErnment SI. Stock Feed from the Home Mannfaotnrer fur 'lIdlt5-wlly, I ueer saw a yacht
"There won't be no policemen ther, and the !boiling wattr
for by BO doing you encourage borne indni- in my life:" one pour I Jfudqln's; the Sfsor fie.J S
try. Your money U left in the coramnnltj Nellie, Mill thereV"Another over ItFort *
Firacrly Cordova RestaurantHt: "Just the reason I sent for you. my
ud you in turn are indirectly beneOted shake of the golden Il'a.l."Of .
In fostering the home manufacturer 701: You'll write a story that people
ir-loud of boy
(> f Pineapples at tl.1t
: contribute to the cause of labor. You ow ('(Iur*e not. )[ik,. There'll 1* no
to situ ptr dozen. it to tbeoommuDtty In which you live and can read; you'll picture the thing; Parrancas, Fla., March C;, 1003.
which oomrlbateii to roar lopnort.I need of them. Everybody's pond and. you'll write with enthusiasm because R I 8.

i happy up then1. Oh, :\lik<", think of it!' its all new to you." Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will J J ii t l LONE CD

TAL-MID clapping her thin little hands.Mike Sane logic! The poetry of the sea has be received- until. 11CO:: a. m. April 4, !i
(t CHICHESTER'S ENGLISMENNYROAL watched his little comrade'sshining
always been written by landsmen; It 1903::, for constructing Electric Lighting
PILLS eyes and radiant face and felt

Tli I i E..e.n& I..lIu.,e. erire are l lest sung by gentle: civilian. .
ti) lUlsaia of Opai'j? i '.' .. ,. noticed how fragile the little arm had
f \ ro- ro'Ult'Ut'TtW.;
'I t\GLl Hn right to reject or accept: any
The inside of Ii clearest
t |Cbcb 'nJ InjectioiI ) DY 'D. ICED 0.4 e.DI.1 ...lec bu... ...eeSs. bccitme and heard the short, quick anything seen
\lbb'D'n. l'.. p.o..lh.r. ".r.... by an erstwhile outsider. Mr. Kryce, or all proposals or any part thereof. PLANS SPECIFICATIONS AND
I They cure la 48 Lours the I : "" r.u. ".....'1...<1.... ..endI 1..1... cough; which came from the pale lips ,
I tl..... Ky,.? ,..r Ipnj.t .r...1-$._ cceampe not Mr. Lodge: writes "The American Information furnished on application.
""me j "III1'MI'in'I!}.'''', 1" .. t" 1..11'.1. T..I.I eVer and anon.'as Nellie going; to ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT
\ .. .I.JI.rr..rl.dl..b'I .... Corau'onwealth." KinTfon: not Carlyle -
Envelopes containing proposals
;o'L.'t:' Sih fllf' &I Qt.GGlsnII '"' stern \1..11. 111.0'.01..1.. !loa, die and leave him? he wondered vague SHORT NOTICE. S < .-.c ..
'--- 0111"...".,..' A...C.hI.hretep4.n-._. I'U'I.h.cIreI' ...._ Iy. Ah, how dreary life would(' with writes "Knjrllsu Traits.-Kollm should be marked "Proposals for I v
llartt in Atlantic.IVIi .
Lynde FirstClasVork Guaranteed and
out her! A quick sob rose In his throat Electric Lighting." addressed W. E.

and he brushed his small, rough ham References Furnished. f,
axative Auinine ; Cole Q. M. '
I : & /*,* p. ) HP Slionlil Lrnrn St.anl.b. I I \
I'j.. ? ODevery resolutely across his (>)'('1:. One of the most brilliant series of M 6, 7, 9, 10.-A :2.: 3. 4U laST: IXTIXDIXCIA: ST. ',

Cures a Cold in One Da). Crip in :2 DayscD' /\ box. 25c All that night Nellie's little wan fare the iobolin represents theFurprisln ,,1.
!haunted him banishing sleep from his tapestried --- '!

eyes. At length/ as ho lay tossing! on ? adventures of Lion Quixote.! :

the heap of straw which formed Lh Louis XV. had a r"at affection for The Star Laundry

Classified Advertisements. bed a brilliant idea entered Ills curly I the doughty; chevalier. One day he ,

said to a great gentleman of his court:
head. NVllie must go: to the sea. He
"Ho jou know Spanish: : Busiest Best I
hid heard of wonderful cures which a Biggest
------ -- sire said the other.
"No ,
change of air had wrought. There was \
ONE CENT A WORD. Tim, the lame l>oy. at the end of thecourtwhy ".\h. it Is a great: pity." \

..-- -- lie had not lin-n like the I The seigneur, thinking; at the least,

I .( '1:. I WANTED: 6 YOUXG MEN' from saim1 child since that three weeks' visit the kin:.: was KO'UI to offer him the

E.ciiinbii County at once to prepare to Margate. And old Joe, the shoijmaker. I arubi'.sulorshp! at Madrid, put himself They Speak
I.'t- wit never tired of tolling hovtho
S 5 >k. containing nainf-* ment Service. Apply to
mastery of Spanish. In a Cl'Wn'k:! .
.. frrsli, rnitv air had "made a urwman"
-, written in indelible Inter- t Ita Curres. Inst. I
', .5 Howard for the re- Cedar Kapids, Ia. of him. Yes. Nellie must certainly he came back to his royal master awl
S for Themselves
and II must with a aonqueror's air, said: !\ I
t'e Mike
S : iim'p.. K. II. or E. (!.\ W 1 in go to : 4'1. (

1:1: S i r J. K. <;Iem..nt0.. find t.t money. This settled, he fell I "Your majesty, I have learned Spanish. -, ;
::;plt'nl.1i.1 Chance lor men to learn barber ."
1.Lrr.IonL.: if-tf a-lttp.I'arly. We let the Shirts, Colhrs .
trade Years of t
apprenticeship "My (compliments!' said Louis. "Head
ard Jate the little fellow] tolled
and Cuffs Launder for
we speak
I M U > I >. saved by our method of steady practice 'I>on Quixote' in Spanish. It is much }
carefully! hoarding every halfpenny he them plvfs. will talk louder rV
and instruction. Tools. diplomas ; They
I '; (-f-Kp"s. Uner than In French. I
!'i OwnerS
\ : could sivi, running! errands, sweeping I :
iiositions board and Saturday S S
We we can. want to bp judged
!h- this
calling at
; wages i\'en. Catalogue mailed free. ('rllssin::;<;, M-lling: papers counting nolmlur
S i property and Pl)"- >ot the Mini lrnlt. 'noieoy the work we do than by V.
ouch which! addition
M .ler College New Orleans, La. too brought an j'

St's ___ JITt_ ( M7-4t* to his tr.I n111 hoard: "How can you afford to give away: what we say. \i

these salt pickles with your meals':" \
Meanwhile th' bright summer days
$KI.IHM/ Stock (Genera! Merchandise: to
molted Into autumn the sunshine fad- asked the man who dined cheaply at -, .
MONEY TO LOAN echanre for Florida Address
I Box 242: Frankfort property.. ml. (-Ih. to give place to chilling winds and the little German restaurant around ALL WOKK c. o. D. Goods Called for and Delivered Free ; -J

('II' Smlm ('.amp mists. All this did not tend to the corner.
-t r* ;onable terms and TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
11 n-. I imprn'et'lie's! rough.::: A bright spotof ".\h. hut you forget they make the .(l
WANTED &t) Black
more pupils in
iSV. UULLARD, and White" By this syrtfin any vivid ('(.Ior burnod on tho white face, awful thirst." said the proprietor. "Tho WALKER INGRAHAM Manager. "

!- :-'' 1'.l"'fox, Up.Htalr one can learn to draw anythin?: and the blue! eyes shone with unnatural awful thirst makes trade for the !Jar. ..:h'

J l .\, WILSON, )lillla; t'r. thy! wish any slzo. Even children lirilluncy.Miko Is it not the clever Id.'a'j" I .

t..n'vears old can learn. Every noted the change with groatsatisfaction. "They certainly do make one thirsty." 11J.

pupil'! eudor-e* it. Come in andee l said the man at the table. "I feel A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT. ,

MONEY TO LOANS ? for ynur .-lf. Otis A. Miller "%,eu'rt' getting such n rosy faco.NVlir those I've catch already. Bring me"- : i'

Mudio l iu SaiL-burv lluildinir. : he exf"laimf.11:1:1111y.wl your The proprietor's face was a study In VAN PELT BROTHERS '

,il _''"ud*, hor-e<, vaon! HUm expectancy."Itring ,
eyes shine like two big stars. There'llln
.ILl! Ill other kinds of me another glass of wat'rew :"- =
EXCILANaE-Any one wanting! a he ;
I no will of street lamps soon GARDEN STREET GROCERS
I' ',j".rtv. Uu-ine>s pri- ,
ummer home iu the mountains York Tribune. ,
added with true Irish gallantry.
v." ,t "' l1rll ntppd.

: ;-; i' .:"\-n-recy:,t. A. A. Ki-her can South exchange Gtortrid property for fqual in Floridaor valuein Nellie smiled the sweet, patient: !milo Stntc.l Fact.A Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of i i

2in tf Asheville X. C. Will trade up which Mike l loved so dearly. She would clerpymnn, highly!: n esteemed for his STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES! :
him telling of the sleepless
up to $lOu\O! or le.4. Otis A. :Miller not pain by excellent of which :1\ij\
qualities, oratory -
1oiEV 1'o I.AX-\V. U. Ierl.w. Salisbury. Block, Pensacola. nights and torturing cough; of the many
Is not one, has recently had<< placedn
L Ah-ent.. Money to lirimF(1t strange: chilly fet-ling at her heart and Fruits Nuts and all the Delicacacics of the Season. }
t i-, aible rate of interest;: - the weary aching; of her wasted limbs. : his church by loving congregation 1:
: Oflice 112 and ._ unselfishness which a new pulpit It Is a tine piece of Our Goods and the
d-icunty. -- -- ------ - With that divine are Arrjving Daily you can Always Rely on Getting i

IH T rra,''nii t1eet.SIUNE I FOR ALE-The most desirable characterizes: some natures she bravely work ornate with caring and artistic j I t.

lots in the city on easy terms, by strove to hide from him the true state t'ml 'lIishmt'lIt But the text inscribedon Best, Freshest and Cheapest. : 1

\ 10 i.i\D: ou unproved the Ffoher Real Estate Agency! of affairs and would still try to tell it, considering the effect of the good

r'.II.. -' .!ii in lange or small ll2!: South Palatox.I ISalm night after night, in faint weak tones rector's sermons, might have been more VAN PELT BROTHERS 1
ai low rate of interest. chosen "lie his beloved
y 114\.IU GU'lM, tho story they both loved so well. happily giveth i
I. K. Itrooks "
-lie attorney -
One cold winter night when the sleep, it runs.
f 'w t >. 1'aldfox St., Fisher MIL SARAH BEIRNEManufac.turer the TELEPHONE NO. 231 ,1 J* J* 31 EAST GARDEN ST. "f 1
L Suilui and dealer in Hair Goods, snow was softly falling covering ---

Hats. Toilet Articles Hair Oil muddy i tn't'ts.ltll n pure white man- 5- .
--- -- --- ----
:'I"-'t.\ 111.11.\' Y-IJO you ueedu otc.. 320 West Government street, I tle. Mike crept to the old familiar corner .

y >u can borrow any to )hoar yet one again "the 0111SWl' i
at : easiest I'or ticilL. ROYAL STANDARD ;
Want today ou WmSKEY%
t. <'t tale.
.1>' I. west rate anywhere FOR RENT-In opera house bnild. Clear and bright were Nellie's blue If You Have .
1l I.l1. mi improved city real iiiC on ground floor, one store and 'I !
e. : Wiu. Fisher 'Mi office;on secona iloor, three offices. eyes and softly her low voice rose and t Years Old, in Cases! 4 Full Quarts, at $3.20 par casa ,
v -t. lu-tl feh20 fell as she told In tender accents of -

the fadeless: flowers ana the golden

IF IOU. w : to borrow money, in- -5--- Jluurdhl&r ILiise. threshold where "children were always RheumatismURIGSOL \ h distilled at the Nelson Co. n '.
v* m"!]-,., injure your property BOARDING HOUSE at Wheeler at play." And eagerly Mike lis- ., Distillery, and is fully matured in wood 'i .

FJ!l'ur> an-tncts of title buy or I Il Springs Mary Esther, Fla.. Mrs. teued, taking the little chilled hands inlioth before bottling. It is absolutely pure and not ex-: C

l-fal. ''ate, rtnt property ol Condon, proprietress. All the his own. but soon "her voice began the great testeel lad cell<.d ii quality by any Whiskey of the game age ,
'nr d. tion, have rents col. endorsed CalifornIa no matter where produced. The Royal Htandard rt
comforts of home at reasona C
very to falter her face grew wan and Remedy will cure ,
t d .
'r ur taxes attended to, ble rates. Northern tourists will you. It &Uo core Liver,.Kidney and is eighty ears old when bottled, and, considering \ i
t.\J1| ..1JreTho*. C. Watson find this an ideal place to spend a pale the golden head drooped wearily Bladder 0118_. catued by an czcew oi C its excellent quality, is the cheapest whiskey in f ,
4>[ U and over the bright eyes a thick mist uric acid. It never fail, and bnlldi up Ian
< ai K-tute and Insurance t\nrtlnn nf fh,. """,lInn, 12..1mU.a the market at that price. As a beverage, and as
*.'f '- t seemed to fall. Mike frightened.: the health and etrergth while nlnglt. there is '
n-acola, Fla. Charges Send ttamp lor beak) ol wonderful cer- absolutely pure stimulant none better. .
a r1 J<" I'o everyone who buys! :;)IUYAL.B.L.J "Nellie. Nellie!" lie cried breathless ti8c te. Price Jl per bottle. For ule Shipped In cases containing no marks whatever to \

u* we will lend money >IAMOND. the tailo r. has removed Iy. ".\re you ill? Oh :Nellie me own I by drnggitu. u your druggist can not indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining ,

wr5 h. hnlJ.1 R "011"", to ll}i West Government! darlin'% speak to mci"! I apply receipt you of will\ AddreM be tent prepaid upon tbe whiskey Is not satisfied with the quality he I '

street, opposite Express office, The old sweet smile flickered for an can return the tame at our expense and money ;
\\ f
-S ---'l. -lJ. where he is prepared to clean, repair instant around the pale lips yresolC/i6nictCo.LosAogelesCil.! /' will be refunded.

W'\XTE :vverai of char1 and press ladies' and srentle16)3m "Kiss me, Mike," she whispered or tut 55 All orders should be accompanied by either
persons mRdp"n1tA. : TzAU.D currency, postoffice money order, bank draft or ex
'r tnl.r! ) =
t4tl' It.: od reputation in each : faintly, and be knew that she was LIBnmriiiCo.JefDIitribitlni OT1IE J La r-e. press money order. We refer to First National

tl' m this county required) M1ce Hallen...llll... ,. dying. A,",,,. Bank or any merchant in Pensacola.
ah' *' !It and advertise old es- '"V" .. .. ... _ .S $1. ;,

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; -j< : Hi i1ncl..1"standing.. South Palafox street. Recovering Turkish and S. A. FRIEDMAN
$21 Salary Not all persons who use For sale by
1\' blf with addiwl and repairing- umbrellas and ,
expenses that there often
realize are '
n Persian
rugs ;
at J all ddyable in cabIzn1 parasols a specialty. Silk covers SIDNEY KAHN.DR. : I
dlr" hand. 8 cunningly interwoven In their SOLE PROPRIETOR, PENSACOLA FLA. ;
} Wednesday from head always on ]IAn ., ,
(lttJ"- Hi. meshes characters that are not only
re; and fura
carriage ,
t.I\'. '. npu ntce 3iry. Refer- Cnrnlvnl- --Cuatuines.- -- legible, but are capable of translationby F. E. BRUCE I P. O. BOX 418. TELEPHONE 179IWl I i'i'I
with the Arabic .
EnclseIr.addres@ed en- CARNIVAL COTUMEB-In: vel- those familiar '

iiiV, M Colotial\ Co., Caxton vet. Silk, 8atin and other materials tongue. These Inscriptions, also called Has returned and resumed practlcr. S.*.p _taopt* S I a

: IIClIO.: 9feb4w can be rented at Mrs. E. D. cartouches are usually worked around! --c.- handle every class of Liquors Old in I

I Nord trom'8 Millinery Store. Alpo the borders of the rugs in such a manner Office 22)* West Government St., bulk .)f bottle, wholesale or retail at prices that .{. :

,\ TED_ Masks, False Noses WIics and as to make them easily distinguishable Salisbury BuildIng.Telephone ;. art way down. I S .
AU kind of empty beer Hair Goods at No. 11 East Inten. .
ooti .,f A. 'nedman. D9-tJ dencla street, near Palafot. to the expert 3.4O. a AGENT FOR THI FAMOUS PABST BEER.: .



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white lace and her famous necklace

GOOD LUCK. and collar of pearls.A Chris Thiesen

minuet was danced at 10 o'clockby ,

fourteen beautiful young women CORNER

: in colonial costume, with white wigs, NSNNNN.
LouIs bows, wreaths of rosebuds ..N/NNINNI INTEHDENOiA AND BAYLEN SIS.
It la not Hart to tell why hero la such aTOuendons Quinze i. a ,

and black patches Miss Juli- \"' $')!''! t
demand for GOOD LICK"Daklag I ana Cutting of New York, and Mrs.F. ;:'lG- ;:.@..,); 0 I III One Block Wet of Palafox.
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cwder its Great Leavening Power and jierfecl"vrij the. Fremont dance. Smith of Bar Harbor, led 0. (IIU IIU ... I KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF KEEP POSTEDOn

mate It. Supper was served in the banquet : t I

room at 11 o'clock. There was only (leoi Means( Grocery : r PUREST[I [ I LiQUORS

Richmond, \'a.I I one table court, and, where that the was Venetian set in the band outdoor I II,

4 I
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- --- ------ Man-chester I : i JAMES McHUGH, Prop. : I II Shoes and then come he-t :',D

i 1.1NN0< NNNNNN/N. 'I took the Duchess t I Ii FdltFamily
per, and Mr. Flagler find the kind have
you been ,
r I :Manchester, I ROASTED COFFEES I i I or Ileilitial! Use -3

I, SOCIAL ECHOES i i The cotillion began at 12 o'clock, for. The Shoes you read abcu! : 7 -tones

)Ir. Edward Gray, of Boston leading
t --oo\S .J. W01t1N10NNN// and dancing the first figure with Mrs. i
: I:= ... you see on stylish peop L .

WI.'. Graves of Geneva Ala.! is Flagler. The following figures wtre I i BLENDED TEAS e The Sailor Lacismao. ,

among the late busine.1men h ?re. led ),yIr.. Gray alone, Mrs. Flagler to OF tures. The ones ycu see < .wmind's -
dancing with :Mr. Frederick T. Martin.As I e I {
lie is interested in timber.
this was originally: intended to be I I .
I OUR SPECIaLTIEs e. I i eye. The well-shapea J' .
a Washington birthday ball, some of 1 Swedish Punch Danish I
Dr. Wheeler entertained a small 1 --- -- Aquaril II
jarty oa the Alabama today, Miss Cora ; the favors were cahracteristic of that I 9 )> e I German Kummel and other brands II I ished, uncommon looking S v ,
Mallory Miss Mary Chaffin, Miss day. There were pots of cherry trees I | CIJ -i 6Q of imported Wines and Liquors.

Gilmore, with chaperon and .:\Ir, R. I for the ladies and: silver hatchets for !I O LLI- I
the men. In another figure there were I i / -c 9. Here only you will find the X. C. ,
Robert :
D'I pretty umbrellas of red, white and j I : 0 2 C"J 0. :: Bowen, Kentucky Whiskey, "I years c 1

Mrs. D. F. Sullivan of New Yoris blue for the ladies and sashes of the I .. O' old. I kindYER'S
1 i! -; her sister :'lrs.aclay: on same color! for the men. Then there : O O 8. Valhalla Branch, corner Garden !

"\ :,t "'r ftHi .1 were brooches and gold cuff buttons, I C 1, I t' -I_ & :treet and liHh avenue ,
sunflower pin cushions: and various I O :7.:: 1 .
: ..' I Mrs. I. M. Aiken left ( ': s "loW. d :......I o. i
'es'l othtr trinkets, including lavins cup

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I v. hey will visit relatives and enamel O LLI o .mJ e I

>.. :(, tt.. / will go to New York for a The surprise of the evening was I 1 e. _"- a \\WHOLESALE> RETAIL :i, walking and business wea. .-
i's ;.itu their son residing there the picturesque entry of Mrs. William i LI- I
c C"J GROCERS.Headquarters ;
La Green of Albany, drawn in R Q ,
: wrenrl leather for "
Miss Fannie Aiken and :Miss Margaret i O dressy purposes- >
I. Ia r jinriksha, and almost buried in a en 1' t .Lt 3 for .
\Uten are guests for the pres- I e *
1 1c. : flower favors, which Z I ,
of mI
mass gorgeous I III :
for both
:t l.Jilr.. and Mrs. J. Storm McUaushy. sexes.
she threw out to those in the dance. ;: I -t : i' Fancy and Staple Groceries. :
I I I'
II -Baltimore News. 5
Mobile will J.I '--p i
Miss Jessie Whiting of OQ FANCY GOODS.

be in the city in the near future the I THE W. 0. W. .. I I, 0:Z .. I WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS !

guest of Miss Daisie Wright. I --- --- FOR WEST FLORIDA FOR THE
John Ward was a passenger on the ,
7 He CONVENTIONOPENED Cafe du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home $2.50To$3.5)
east bound train at a. m. today :
went to Tallahassee for two days. jl : ".4 Feed Stuffs of All Kinds. ss | Molasses, Illini and Climax Flour,

.__ I Baylels Delicatessen, German-Ameri
lIon. Fred T. Myers: finished his ; PHONE 105. I can Food Company's Canned Meats,
business here afternoon
yesterday ---- -
legal .1. N1.N1.101N.INNN.INN.1.1.IN.ONNN/. -
and left this morning for his PROCEEDINGS AT K. OF P. HALL I Etc.Auction I
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home in Tallahassee. I' THIS MORNING. I SaleI II
;, I Then other Shoes for all purposesare
Editor Fred L.. hoaff of the Paris j jIII. I I
I Members of the Woodmen of the I I
., Gazette with his wife are enjoy I I
World order from the fire Southern here lower in price but :; .i rod
Jug a hurt stay in Fensaco'.a.Trank Saturday March 7 at 4 p. m.
I states making up the jurisdiction: as \ I I
Slitter went over to Cary-I: sembled in the K. of P. hall at 10 1".0.::. and continuing value.
tu t
vi il.Fla.} ., for a short business trip I o'clock this morning and completelyfilled f 1:3ICi'C I Ii
hall when order !J | TWO SALES DAILY, I II
that was
a!: 7 dock this morning. I I big ...
i called for by the presiding officer. :f tnSO a. 114. and 1 p. m., until Entire block: Is - -

K>Percival II. Whaley left on the I I Mayor: Jones was in the assemblage
rr I II
? i train this morning fur Mobile fora 1 I and delivered a welcoming address COttELN'S

,hurt stay.Vs. I to the large unmber in the hall, to I Bon Bons and Chocolates. I
I which 1>1'. Porter, sovereign from Meyer Shoe CoFeet

; V. J. Tidal Ins: : returned from :: Omaha Neb., responded in happy I puiJi:! DELICIOUS! : 5 AND 0 -CENT STORE i ii

Mobile where she visited the familyof j in.n: l lI

Mrs. L. Moragues.. I I The this! session afternoon was then and in adjourned the mean until <* W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, # i 45 South Palafox .

1 time the committee on credentialswill Large or small Lots to Suit Buyers I'urnisliers for Cad Out)
: Sam Rosenaa went up to Centuryon St.
get together and dispose of the Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox I Freseut.
a regular usit today. He will return I them. i
work assigned to
this aft(':'oon. I Thereere over 13H:: strangers: in .. : W. F, WILLIAMS[ AECttMECr. .
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the hall this morning and then every 102 South Palafox St.

Mr. and Mrs. Flayer entertainedat : delegate was not present. Attached R= 52 ... I On account of gong, Int' new business !

Palm leach last week, an account I to ye+terday afternoons train was a I r SHOWING lhisentire rdle9 ot strekninetbe values, aad sold Hare Ininifdiatnlyree Harnnin rIm I

w j of winch is given as follows: : !' special car from points on the Western I he bad at these salts. A. M.CUIIKV
raiKvay of Alabama and when
The bal poudre given List night at he train came to a stand still about I m 1 Lumber.

Palm Peach, F'.a.! by Mr.! and Mrs. : '.n loyal Woodmen alighted! and were I NEW i'I 2x3 scantling, $5 per thousand. I

I't. ,nrv M. Flakier, was the most b"au- taken in charge by the locai commit I!I i! )!i % .t ji jiII 3.\3; scantling, $C per thousand.
< ul ball, !given this winter in Florida, I I tee, consisting of Messrs. Robert Other items in proportion. Call and
taucfonl: John Welsh Jules Oerting see us.MClrao..
d well attended. Whitehall, the ) rn il i
: was SwewInst of the stranger .
I. and J. 1. BEEKI.J.tI EH CO.
uoine of the I'la.slers, is one of the ; were jsiwiilod with ass-omnioda- Iii f, .525JSPRING STOCK! J ;

ijeautiful: houses in the Su-lth. and itt : lions at Hotel ]:#:cambia. >52SSSE5HSHSH5 ,

is 'lllidviih! gorgeous: tapestries 1 I n If MJ\JUU'dLII JLU U (\J n; t\ !\jt;fffgffr( \ ( ( \ (\ ,
.,laicu ias.: marbles: and carvings. The I /" *HERE'S always something; women to admire at this store. ( \'IIIII'I'IIII'Iil >

i rose fjariVn, ruse a,hyr. and I j FIGHT IN MEETING. I ; ; I We nuke it a point tc keep more attractive and novel goods i )\
than other dealer in Prn-acola. That's why you so often
.-r.' ullt.t'r.r... unlimited with lumliretis I Caroline Simp".in and Delia: Manuel. I (; ; hear. if you any Forbes hasn't it, no one else ha*. I CRAY COODMANJ& RADER. gjj
in '
of mlal'r- electric limits ; ,
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old -- --- -
i two good negro; sisters who were -- --- -- -- 7

;1 JII'J colored:ccevi'd ar!their i'vMr mi> ."ts girl in Mrs.the library.Flaa'er! I 1 enough number to cf fathers know better at "society", met with meet a :i (( $! COME TAKE A LOOK AT THE NEW THINGS INJ@ .;;; :;; NEW STORE. .< ::

I. Mrs F'a'-cr' wore a sown cf rare in; km night at Luke's hall on Uomana I Shirt Waists Dress Goods, ; :
street. progressed I ,
l1Ioot; lily until about 11:::11 u clock bilKS Light! Weight Sibcilllan: $3.50 to $7.50 ..;.
! ,
ANOTHER : when a dispute arose between them I U I Etamine. $3,50 tu 7.50 .\1II'J *J .
II i ; and for a short time picture frames Mercerised Madras, Laces, Wash Pk.-' ", .75c to $2.00 g\' m?
1 1I :lamps, sticks and about every aval'- I : : White V. -. ;.s, latest effects, "" "i : A
CiTY EDITOR '< abe! mot able article were in the air. ( Galoons, : I 50c to $3.50 a
Screams of the most piercing kind WLite Waist Suits $1.50 to $4.50 '
1It ,:| s 1 Dresden Ribbons, Embroideries, IIII
I Iif | alo! roiled out in the stillness of the I DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. pa
:night and made people think some ; Belts. IS) l Lonsdale Bleached Cotton, 12 yds a:
(!i I| thing had happened. People were I I I for $1.00.

Ii i Bri ht\s liscn C and Dinbctca : not wrunginsuthinking.CarolineSinipr S "Onyx" Brand Lace Stripe Hose. .'iO .* : i \\,, Forest Mills, soft finish, 11 ytards i
I son's: head, thickly! bandaged, mutely for $1.00.
11 Arc Positively Curable. i! testified this morning when she answered t ) jtjt New Spring Walking Hats. 'Q} Indian Head Domestic, two qualities -'.. ..?

her name in the city court. --- -- -........ - - ...-. 1dtt' 10 and 14c yard. ...?
I Both were charged with assault, but 1M Pepperell Sheeting, 22'/2c! yard II>
; tfiltor: Engellic, editor and proprietor of tit the Casl'S'er jwstponed until tomorrow Unbleached Sheets, 40c each. qa
"; California the German paper of 4.5 W. Bleached Sheets, 45c each- ...;>
.1 3I Jfcl,?omi'ry sit., Francisco, interviewed: I Pillow Cases, 10 and 12% c each. 4;:
(J.-Will you bolji us convince the ji-ople that .POLICE OFFICER i BOY'S PANTS. a_
1 jjt Crig'jt's Diseane and Diabetes are positively ,i i =:::M 10 pair. Food value . . .23 cents. A
; eurailo by reirrrmg to your recovery j IS UNDER ARREST. 130 pair Coronot, best value to
-- -- -------- -- --- ----- ---- -I \111' ..
A.-I'te U)1J it to a great uijcy myself,and i I I be found,. . . . .50BOY'S cents. =:@) ilL
j %CIYIO of tbrm profited by it ant were curod.J I Police Officer Pubtell.-bettor knownas It Saved His Leg. -
i < -Him long ago 11 as It ? "Dig Mike," was arrested early this I CLOTHING. 'io;t\ a
white P. A. Danforth of LaGrange Ga., New and complete stock from $1.25 ph
of I
-About six years ago. I was so ill will i afternoon ujton complaint a .
:, JirUhl LHseato that the doctors being unable woman on Zarragossa street. Puhtellis suffered for six months with a frightful I to $5.00.FISHER p
Va: help me, ndilsed me as a last resort that 1 charged with cursing: and using obscene running sore on his leg; but I =
. try some of iliespncfs. Before going 1 heard ( lanztiaee.! lie had pone into ]I II
Arrived. writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve BVILDING COR. PALAFOX & INTENDENCIA STS
at the Fultou Compound awl took It and didn'tbaser the place where the woman lived it is I ,
) go. 11.&gaD to get totteraedkepton I alleged and spoke disparagingly of Ital ship Canara 14SS Costa, Cape wholly cured it in fire days. For I i'
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with it till I was finally as w ell as e\er.y | her.: She resented the remarks by Town to H. Ilaars & Co. I[Ulcers; Wounds, Piles, It's the best I Yyl1'WjJINm J1N'}

.-Any symptoms of a return of it? I blowing a whistle and Patrolman Fon.debilla Nor bk Saga, 1224. liana, :Monte- salve in the world. Cure gauranteed. -
, 0\.-:Xone: alibnut'h don't permit a year tc responded and piloted his big ciao to order.
25 cts. Sold W. A. D'Alem-
Only by
wiitout et it.
taking some im-
I brother officer to jail. Puhtell was Cleared.
O-You say yuu told others! released on bond. berte, druggist, 121 South Palafox
A.-1 told Ctarlrs F.Wacker or 131:: Sixth 8t. mediately Ger ss Mars, 1234: Fochen, by W. Street. 1 GREENHIIT & CO. $

alxmt it on l.'urnlng be !:ail dlaix-tes. He took !TEXAS MOVED S, Keyser & Co., for Gluckstadt, with
it and la entirely 'II elL I told a well-Uulo German 518,000 s ft lumber, 824OyQ s ft sawn ,
lady iClctcd with Brlgtfs Dl ei e. Sbe I UP THIS MORNING. timber, valued at $ 0.9i5. ECZEMA, NO CURE, NO PAY. "
hail been to Kunpp for treatment without resai'.t. Br ss Silverdale 1710, Balls by W. Your druggist will refund your money It .WHOLESALE GROCERS
Shoe lUll, took it and got well. I've told ; The battleship Texas moved up S. Keyser fc Co., for Bolosne; with PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure Ringworm, ,
s< oarlain curs in nfl ht's UUease and Diabetes joined the other sea fighters: now an- hewn timber, valued at $12,870; ; for Blackheads on the face, and all ekSo dls- 104 106 East Government FLA.
tit Is so :hethat one has to be cured to jchoretl I off the city The Atlanta is Dundee with 810,000 s ft sawn timber, cases lucent. Nos. 102, St, PENSACOLA, -

tx ooo\laced, and it even then dawns on one the only vessel at the navy yard now valued at $16,175; total value $:9O"5.

loy. l and she will take a position off the Ger ss Kydonia, 1541, Rahden byJ. CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR Do yon want a magnificent watch CREX AMERICAN GRASS CARPETS
Ml'tllr'\t city at the conclusion of the Wortman A. Merritt_& Co., for Bristol, with for little money? It BO, call on
wa ki;; scree that B''ihfs! Disease FINEST
ftnd Diabetes are incurable,but et per cent are court martial. 450 tons bunker coal, valued at $125. THE LIBRARY PARLOR AND BED Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate AND LINOLEUM
positively. r"rlnlulld.'r the lu'toa lumywnds i j. Br ss Ripliugham,1G49. Johnson, by ROOM, AT MARSTON & QUINA'S. von. THING ON EARTH FOR YOUR:
and rheumatism(Common offer forms cf kidney complaint :WILL REORGANIZE Gulf Transit Co., for Mobile.Br .
but short
t l'rkp. It for the Urtghfs Disease andJISJfurIho resistance.) UNION.I sch Clara L. Dyer, 73, Coe, by FOR LUMBERCall HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE.
: Diabetic Compound. John J. Fulton Co.. I A H. T. Coe for Ruatan, with, miscellaneju DO YOU KNOW &
:: f:) Montgomery M., san FrancUco, sole com on BEEKMAN LUMBERCO.
poundtrs.paxphlet Free tests na.led mae free for p-l.tmU. DenpUvt > I W. F. Jones of St. Louis, Mo., < cargo,_ valued at $:95. BEEKMAN LUMBER Co. nave for estimates before placing QUINA.

t first vice president of the Bar Ten Sailed. your orders for lumber. dl6-lm
stock of dressed
a large studding
I I tiers Union is: in the city and a meet- Br. ss Silverdale, Balls, Bologne.Ital .
I : HANNAH BRO ., ins; will be held Sunday to organize bk Northern Empire, 952, Buenos and joist Get their prices before Hot Rolls, at 5 p. m lOo Try Gnnther's Candies! at

I Agents for Pensacola. l the union of local bartenders. Avers. buying d6-lm doz., at Solomon's.. J Solomon's.


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