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 12, 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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C.'ER THE CHATTA- \ ELECTED HEAD CONSUL. would be handled by teamsters ia t.
with two inches of ticket steel at aslope I
CHINES OF UNCLE SAM'S NAVY any part of the country. ; ;, J.
; ::: BQW.-"I GAVE AI( of thirty degrees; --- One non-union driver was caught I ,
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,,., ,CK.- SAYS THE DAIN- The Head Camp Woodmen of the'I by a mob, bis wagon overturned and t.
Her armament consists of ten fire
b rf Morgan today secured the first material the
World, spent a very busy day yester himself on tho
inch in the main battery
quick: firing guns
concession! that has
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38, ground with the mob on of
TV day, having been called to order yesterday top him
one lining IncHed at each end him by the senate in connectionwith OF when
SELMAIANS. police interfered, who
morning by Head Consul gate \L:
of the vessel the main deck, and
on :
the Panama canal treaty with Rhoila. notice that any further provocation jI-

','. World.) four on each broadside. The second- Colombia. This consisted of an The forenoon sesion was taken up would be the fauh cf the employers! ;:

.:,ices sang "Dixie," ary battery contains eight six-pounder agreement to attach the Sooner with receiving the reports of the various -I (Selma Times. and that tney would not interfere ;'ri

-.,n Chambliss twelve rapid-fire guns, two one-pounders, canal act bodily to the treaty. This committees, an adjournment being Col. and Mrs. H. F. Stearns returned again. NNot

.. tumbler of Mayor Aliiiibliss with four machine guns and one field change was made in compliance witha taken at 12:20: p. m. for dinner. yesterday from Pensacola, Fla., half an hour after another non-
: of ChattauooM gun. The cruiser will be equipped request presented by Senator union driver was torn from a truck fJ.
The afternoon session was also taken where they visited the ships of the
"M a bottle of Cham- with two steel masts and a wireless Lodge during the day's executive session up with receiving the reports of in front of the Moreton Truck Com .,

!boss of the new protec- telegraph outfit. :She: has six boilers, of the senate today, for the necessity the committees.At North Atlantic squadron, now lying pany's office and, at the point of a !t -'
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1 t Lattanooga, as she glid- and her engines are of triple expansion fur it has been discussed by four o'clock i ia the afternoon a in that harbor. The battleship Alabama revolver, was compelled to run for his '

( ways of the Crescent I and designed to develop 4,500. Mr. Morgan and other members of recess was taken for the purpose of says Col. Stearns, is the object life. A similar fate befell a non-union ;.

; ..- Company, at Elizabeth- indicated horse power the senate committee.Mr. having the delegates photographed, of probably more admiration teamster within a block of the police't

I Saturday. The Chattanooga will class with the Danifll expressed the opinion grouped in front of the custom house. than any other ship of the fleet, and station. :.;

A -: .al train brought a distin- Cleveland, christened by :Miss Ruth that as the preamble to the treaty At I 5 o'clock the camp went into the with its sister ship, the Kearsarge, J, .

; 0'" 1 ,irty of Tennesseeans to Hanna, daughter of Senator Hanna, calls for the attachment of a copy election of officers. This election resulted represents the most improved type of PUBLIC HAS RIGHTSON

., i' n. Friday night. In the del- of Ohio, and the Des Moines, launched of the act, that attachment was as follows: fighters in Uncle Sam's navy. TROLLEY TRACKS t ,

r.' :. v\re lov. and Mrs. James B.I in September last at Quincy, Mass., necessary to preserve the terms of Head Consul-L. N. Archer, Bir "The big fighting machines," said --- .

b ,, Senator and Mrs. Edward and named by Miss Macomber. the document intact mingham, Ala. Col. Stearns to a Times reporter, Mctormen Must Not Take it For (;

II i-Mack: :, Senator William 11."ayor Senator Morgan contended that Head Adviser-F. J. Willingham, "are anchored directly opposite the Granted That They are the "I
the Streets.
i L and Mrs. Alexander W. without this attachment the treatywas Rome Ga. city, about two miles off shore and .,-.
I .S, of Chattanooga; Congress- absolutely invalid. Senators Tel- Head Banker-II. E. Furneau, visitors are allowed on board for several In the United States court of appeals ,

t m A. Moon, Treasurer Thomas Thinks Both Treaties Will Be ler and Hoar took: the opposite view, Greenville, S. C. hours each day. The sight of at St. Louis last Tuesday an ;

spit, 1'residcut of the Council; Adopted. urging that the act was in existence, Head Clerk-R. S. Hood, Sumpter, that great fleet, containing some of opinion handed down by JudgeThay- I

I A. Lyerly, and Alderman C. Tampa Fla., March 11UI03.-Con. and of record in the statutes of the S. C. the finest vessels afloat and manned ('I'. concurred in by Judge Caldwell, .I.::.

!L C. 11. Itusscl, and Victor de gressman S. M. Sparkman returned nited Staes, the physical annexationwas Head Escort-John W. Simmons, by the finest sailors in the world, is defines the rights and privileges of ,:i

t .ii>t. II. S. Chamberlain Col. yesterday morning from Washington, of no consequence. Tampa, Fla. an inspiring one, and as I gazed up- pedestrains and vehicles upon the '

! ,card, A. S. Disk()', J. X. his; official attendance! upon Congress Senator Lodge suggested however, Head Watchman. II. Dame, on them for the first time I felt street railway racks and the duties of f.-' .

George W. Lancaster C. being over until next December. that no injury could result from the Ocala, Fla. prouder then, more than ever before motormen in running their cars. t t

t. i '!.!nor John G. D. Knight, "The extra session of the Senate," ataehment of the act and unanimous Head Sentry-B. L. Adams, Ala of my American citizenship. The plaintiff in the case, whose vehicle R '

,c, ij.'iry Bond, Miss Mary he said to a Tribune reporter, "will, consent was given to do so. It was bama. "It is well worth any person's was wrecked and the occupants !'

Francis Lippit Bond, a in my opinion last about six weeks. specifically stipulated, however, that Board of Ianagers-H. D. Adams, while to visit Pensacola and view injured, set forth that the motormanwas t''

> '" the sponsor; Master : I think both the Cuban and Panama this concession did not amount to an chairman, Birmingham, Ala.; W. H. these mighty defenders of our coun guilty of negligence and the

( i t I.-, with his parents, canal treaties will be adopted. The amendment of the 'treat .. Johnson, Birmingham Robert Lide, try's commerce as they lay at anchor tI

Lupton, and Missof Democrats placed the Republicans on :Senator :Morgan consumed the en- Ora.eburg, S. C.; J. \\'. Dillon, in the placid waters of that harbor I plain-tiff

Kuoxville. record before the county in an admirable tire time of the remainder of the Thon.asville, Ga.; C. D. Mills, Jacksonville but to one who is fortunate enoughto
i. ,\,is joined on the manner just prior to the adjournment closed session discussing the canal Fla.Delegates have an acquaintance among the I I i T'ji

( !i r :Nassau, leaving of Congress. The attitude of the question from various points of view, to Sovereign Head Camp officers of the fleet, the opportunit;

i I :", i ;: i. :a', by a large party majority party in the last days of the I and going over much ground he already -Past Consul L. M. Rhoda, Milton, to go aboard the ships should not bel i] ,- -

. i i -: j r. -ceans, including session will be heard from effectivelyin had covered. Most of his Fla.; Head Consul I... M. Archer, Birmingham allowed to pass."I ercise the same: iu.c aim f
,\ < >, I". ore \V. Ochs, for- the next national campaign." speech was written, and when Sena Ala.: K. A. Gyles, Black- carried with me to Pensacola a so as to avoid collision and injuring

i ;' i ,' ," c .utanooga, Champe tor Cullum asked if the speech he was well, S. C.; J. M. Towne Tampa, Fla.; letter of introduction from a mutual persons as these persons are to
\ '. u rf. Albert, Frank PANIC. friend to Gun Captain George Char exercise care not to get in the '-'
.m SHOOTING CAUSED reading was a new one or an old J. W. Mitchell, Marietta, Ga.; F. C. way t
\ r X. Jarnagin, one, he replied, with some manifestation Lotz, Charleston, S. C. rette, of the batteship lo'va. and of street cars so as to be run over and ;

\ K', a :he Misses Lewis, Three Shots Fired Directly Toward a of vexation, that it was new, The next biennial cession will beheld through his courtesy myself and injured. t;'

v' i i i ii, :,-. !L.,iI. Miss Thatcher Stranger adding that he did not have to repeat '' Savannah.T Mrs. Stearns were permitted to examine He says pedestrians and vehicles ;
Gay: llratlt William New York, March 11.-As the his addreses. lIe discussed -+adjourned shortly before all the scars sustained by that have a right to cross the tracks of : "tl-'

1 i" .' :, Lyman J. Gage, steamer; Kaiser Wilhclm De Grosse particularly the attitude of the Isthmian :3 ' I"I : Oliver H. P. Bel- was leaving her dock yesterday for Canal commission, of which with Admiral Cevcra's fleet off Santiago -' the regular crossings! and to use the i:

'!. .-.ltlla'.. Charles It. Bremen, a man standing in the crowdon Admiral Walker is the head, and criticized i's Session. Cuba. July Snl, 1S98. Capt. Chary tracks for allY distance for a matter I I:;' .

'. "P... Sir Percy Sand- the pier fired throe shots, apparently to some extent the changeof called to order ette, you doubtless remember was of safety or convenience where they ,)01

,'.-\U General and at some one ou the steamer. view taken by that commision in this ''''nsul Rhoda one of the seven men who with Capt. do not necessarily' obstruct the passage I r

The snooting caused a panic among its last report. He also dwelt on the and the were installed Hobson attempted to block the entrance of the cars. : ,htj.

'- -I Was the Host. the Tuu" passengers on the pier. Max variation of the terms of the treaty by C. C. to Santiago harbor by blowingup A motorman, he says, has no right : ::

\ "r Tammany leader Felder was arrested and a revolver, from those of the Spooner law. Farmer, of Ca. the collier Merrimac in the chan to act on the assumption that he "'t_,""

i, :Lye United States three chambers of whicn had been During the progress of the address The secret wo. I ne!. is entitled to a clear track at all "?,

> >,ail in "hose Crcs- ('mptiel1'as found in his pocket, Senator Morgan expressed a desireto by General Deputy t, lie told us of his awful experience times and that pedestrains or vehicles I. ,,

1 Cnattanooga was but he denied that he had done the have copies of the correspondence Marrietta, Ga. ,ale confined in Morro Castle after are bound at their peril, no matter "I.

,i-l the party, which shooting. between the United States and the A resolution was adoptee. I being captured, and ix>inted out at what inconvenience, to get out r .

: I/ahdhl'ort by rep- Panama Canal Company bearing on the thanks of the convention .1'j every spot on the Iowa which had of (he way. i

'i"I i Mexican, Russian: Trouble of Tax-Dodgers. the acceptance of the option given mon odge. No. 13, K. of P., foi the, been damaged during;: that memorable He held that the plaintiff in this
: i.her foreign gbvi One of New York's millionaire tax- by that company to the United use of their hall on Tuesday night, conflict. He also showed us the gun case had a right to use the street '

dogers escaped this year by swearingto States to purchase the canal for $4<),. which was the regular meeting nightof from which the first shot of the war railway tracks as a convenience in
residence in San Francisco. Last fired and attentive to avoiding the mud hole in the street, '
i 'r the blocks and 000,000, and the senate consented to the latter lodge. was was quite
", "< :1-e the big boat, year the same person dodged San request the secretay of state for the The convention then adjourned to our comfort during the time we spent and that the motorman was guiltyof

: t i\ :II. a maid of honor, Francisco's tax collector by swearingto correspondence.The meet in Savannah on the second Tues among the ships of the fleet. negligence in not taking proper f

I isikmsor.! I Miss residence in New York Birds have papers had not arrived at half day in March, l&ilj.: precautions to reduce the speed of l
linuil. Mrs. Carmack their nests and foxes their holes, but DEMOCRATIC SENATORS. his car when he saw the vehicle.
past three, and as Senator Morgan The Bay Excursion.A
:!'.'. Mrs. Chambliss, the taxhunted millionaire has notwhere stated that he would be unable to large number of delegates and invited Judge Sanborn filed a lengthy dissenting -
his head-North American. Gather to Discuss the Political opinion. t
to lay
"i. Suanoe River. The
proceed without them Senator Cul- guests are enjoying a trip on ,

',' i in the chorus and lom, at 3::SO p. m., moved that the the bay today. The party left on the Situation. The Oregon I in a Storm. }
Washington, March 11.-After the
< "-"I' glided gracefully The Monitor Arkansas. senate adjourn, ana this motion prevailed steamer Colombia, towing the barge San Francisco March 11.-Sailors
senate adjourned yesterday a
\i iMiss Chambliss The monitor Arkansas, the latest Dorothy, and various points of interest recently on the battleship who have
new informally
: democratic senators met
: hained bottle of the there was more or will be visited visitto
During day including a
into arrived here the
of this class of vessels to go in Senator Gorman's room for a on steamer Coptic, d
.1 the bow. It bhatin -
commision, has been ordered to proceed less informal discussion of the proposition the batleship squadron. report that the Oregon was in a terrific '
general discussion of the political
"-: New Orleans and up the Mississippi to permit i The delegates storm on February 20 while en's
to the
situation in the senate and country -
1 christen thee Chat- to St. Louis to be there at publish his remarks in the Con hall in a body to Palafox wharf, at large. Senator Gorman talkedat route from Yokohama to Woosung.i

-'Hid luck ever be of the St. Louis Fairon gressional Record, but there was no headed by Wyer's excellent band. The boats were carried away, tho 3
the dedication length upon the needs of the party
vessel is now at effort to roach a conclusion on this large seven,ton steAm l u lhvA!
April Cf'th. The and pointed out the necessity of
-"id knock said the point. Mazatlan Plague tossed out of its davits and againstthe f
Norfolk to
sea on her way from harmony in the party in the senateat
,Me was lifted from Senator Cullom, chairman of the Mazatlan. Mexico, March 11.-There turrets and other damage done, _
mouth of the )1ississippi.Tragedy this time because of its bearing
,1 if she ever meets committee on foreign relations, has were tWQ deaths from the plague yes- though the ship itself sustained very i
on the fortunes of the democratic y
will not be because taken the position that this permis- treday, one at the observation and throughout the country. Anumber little damage. ,.,
Averted. nartv
that bottle into sion to print shall not be granted unless the other at the lazaretto. There aretWQ 1
of other senators expressed
i intend to keep the "Just In the nick of time our little motQrIQrgm shall agree to grave cases at the lazaretto. New Novels. .
similar views, but ttcessanly no action tj
mvonir of the hap- boy was saved" writes Mrs. W. a day to be fixed for a vote upon the The charity committee met yesterday was taken as the meeting was The latest popular copyright novels, a aa

lay life. Watkins, of Pleasant City, Ohio. treaty. On the other hand Senator and decided to provide Dr. Burton big stock just received at '
'!.: on followed the "Pneumonia had played sad havoc Morgan says that he is entirely independent with the funds necessary for the establishment in no sense WALKER'S BOOK STORE.. ,", I

return trip up the with him and a terrible cough set of the senate in this respect of a sanitary inspection .... -_. 115: So. I'alafox Street.
!presided at an inforUch i I in besides. Doctors treated him because, he says, he can discus building, which may be used also as RIOTOUS SCENES IN TOLEDO. Mll-4t : t

:- S. \\ Gov. Frazier, but he grew worse every day. At to any extent he pleases in the a lazaretto, at Villa Union; also for Striking Union Men Assault NonUnion "'
t aii-i, Carmack, Mayor |length we tried Dr King's New Discovery public prints a former treaty between another at Quite, and to issue a cir Men. Working Overtime. t

I.) u.aa J. Gage madea for Consumption, and our darling the United States and Columbia, cular to physicians making several Toledo March 11.-After four successive Eight hour laws are ignored b/ r

was saved. He's now sound and which is almost identical with the important recommendations. attacks had been made yesterday those tireless! little workers-Dr.

.. was authorized by well." Everybody ought to know, pending treaty and which has been on non-union teamsters by King's New Life Pills. Millions are t.

". passed March 3, it's tho only cure cure for Coughs, made public. Quality U what ekes price. IfBurottt's striking union men, a member of the' always at work night and day. curIng :.

-, at bed steel protect- Colds and all Lung diseases. Guaranteed Vanilla Extract was BO better Toledo Cartage Association declares Indigestion, Biliousness, Constipation -

'. ti 11 C inches long, by \V. A. D'Alemberte, 121 S, Grand Matinee Saturday by the than other extracts its price wouldbe that he would make application to Sick Headache and all etom-

,I. :: !M.o load water line. Palafox street. Price 50c. and Jl-00 Huntley-Moore Co. Play "Lost Para the same. Once tried, always Go"ernorash today to call out the ach, Liver and Bowel troubles. Easy, "

-uths! is 44 feet, Trial bottles free dise." Prices: Children 10c; Adults, used. state milita to protect the associa- pleasant, safe, sure. Only 25c at W.. ,

,. : : '.' mchase; displace- 20 cents. No extra charged for reserved Grand Matinee Saturday by the tion's men and interest. A. D'Alemberte'a drug store, 121 S. ( .
.-. 16 1-2 knots ANNOUNCEMENT.Mr. sale at Coe's Palafox ;
speed street.
seats. Now on
Huntley-Moore Co. Play "Lost Para Yesterday was one of the most exciting I
: ; :i > a cellular double John B. Vaughan has been ap Book store.
I dise." Prices; Children lOc; Adults, in the city's history, nor is .
't.' ''.' length of the ship, pointed agent of the News at Century.He TO CORE A COLD IN O>E DAYTekeLaaetlveBromoQulninemblet. ,
will receive and receipt for daily FOR 20 cents. No extra charged for reserved the excitement abated by the striker -
1 ', transverse water CREX GRASS FURNITURE,
and weekly subscriptions and advertisements seats. Now on sale at Coe'sBook decaration that a general strike will ., Alldruggists :
above the THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED refund the money II it falls to
\trtiding and keep the News on hand store. be callled and that no Toledo freight! care E. W. Uroye'i ilgcature U on etch
'-'.ve are four stel at his restaurant at all times ROOM, AT MARSTON & QUINA'S. &box !5c.

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*, "sW-._ BUILDING TRADES IN THE NA. Kind You Have Always Bought has, borne time !'i< na.
"j lure of Clias. II. Fletcher, and has been made under hn

TIONAL CAPITAL personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no ,,,,,0

to tl'ceh'cotl iu this. Counterfeits, Imitation. and i

"Ju"t-a<-good" are but Experiments and endanger: the

Washington, March .-Nearly health of Children-Experience against Experiment.

One of the essentials of the happy homes of to-day is a fund of $20,000,000 are to be expended within
The Kind You Have
information as to right living and the best methods of promoting the next few years among the build Bought

health and happiness. With proper knowledge, each hour of ing trades of Washington in the erection 1 Bears the Signature of
recreation, of enjoyment and of effort may be made to contributeto of public buildings alone. The
of less value than the using of the most
that end and are not building outlook has been given a remarkable -
wholesome foods and the selecting of the best medicinal agents \ _
well-informed medicinal are used \ impetus by the appropriations -
when needed. With the agents I
only when nature needs assistance and while the importance of made by the Fifty-seventh con

cleansing the system effectually, when bilious or constipated, has t t gress. ,
long been known, yet until within recent years it was necessaryto J { Among thebuildingsto be constructed ,
oils salts extracts of roots barks and other cathartics 1/r In Use For
resort to are a new union depot railraod station Over' 30 Years.
which were found to be objectionable and to call for constantly '
C t to cost$5,0o0,0ooa; new municipal -" T"t_rotT'C".. earner.. TT ru..r.r.ttr. .tW TO" CITT
increased quantities.Then 5. [ .J.:
excellent laxative ( I building, to costl.oOQou'an. ; office 11:118W.
physicians having learned that the most N.w i - -- ---------- --- -
and cannlaative: principles were to be found in certain plants, building: to cost jl.a'O.OU'( ; an office

principally in the leaves, the California Fig Syrup Co. discovereda building for the use of the membersof 1 B. WRIGHT COmPANY

method of obtaining such principles in their purest condition and \ /f the house of representatives to TTf1LJ ,

of presenting them with pleasant and refreshing liquids in the form I' cover an entire square, and to cost

most acceptable to the system and the remedy became known as- II $3/M)0/; an addition to the department 1 &j MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS<
Syrup of Figs-as figs were used, with the plants, in making it, ,
/ of agriculture. to cost lo'W,000.:: .
because of their agreeable taste. ? i 1 -"rl LUMBER LATHS
,5J'i. with probably several millions more ,
This excellent remedy is now rapidly coming into universal use as the 1 ; ,
best of family laxatives,because it is simple and wholesome and cleansesand I ,. to be expended later; a new national "
sweetens the system effectually without disturbing the natural +i I,museum, to cost $:.J,3:: <')>,fMiO; a hall of Jk-l I I I !4ds3i CYPRESS SHIKGLES..iHi1-fPJ 1 c t,:

functions and without unpleasant after effects and its use maybe discontinued S f record:;!, to cost $.UllI"U", and a number _- s rr PENfACOLA. FLA

when it is no longer required. 0 \ of minor structures, such as the
All who would enjoy good health and its blessings should rememberthat I new Freedmen Hospital and additions -- -

it is the one remedy which physicians and parents well-informed ,, i to Providence, Garfield and the
approve and recommend and use and which they and their little ones Homotopathic hospitals costing in COAL AND WOOD.WE
alike enjoy, because: of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its I I .

beneficial efft.cts. _........- > mi.ii g At-..-<: ...- f I the aggregate about Jl.oOo.M'J. EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE

Syrup of Figs is for sale by all reliable druggists, at the regular price \ I In addition to these expendituresit

of fifty cents per bottle, in original packages only, having the name of I is probable that the erection of a THIS WINTER THAN EVEK rEF: HE

the remedy-Syrup of Figs-and the full name of the Company- department of commerce building

t; California Fig Syrup Co.-printed on the front of every package. and other Federal buildings, in accordance E ND US YOUR ORDERS NOW

with the plans of the park
Thompson Olsen & Cs
commission, will be authorized by ,

FcNL&ithSYflw<< for Fifty-eighth the disbursement congress and of will many provide mil _Manresa Street,_Telephone, 147..
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Louisville. Kr. SaD Francisco Cal New York N. Y. |I NOTICE, McKENZIE OERTING & CO. ,

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3 -- -- -- --- I have been authorized to tab

Harth or having a row with the Cook i nbscriptions: forVm.. Jennings
The narllrlnr.A
PYTHIANS ATJACKSONVILLE l 1 Bryan's paper, "The Commoner. Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
No votary will be allowed to snore ., western editor jin.s tLls tribute to 1 The price is $1.00 per year in ad- ,
McClarkson's side of the which has Its fair share of
spring a type not vance. Those desiring the paper 80S AND 805 S. P.1LAPOX 8TKEET.
and it is the order of the temple. soiii: and story: "The bachelor nj'ivswits '' sari have it sent to them by sending
: - - AGENCY
that Aull\ shall walk in their Berfuut the most and big; luartJ 1.00 to the undersigned.
l.v;c of our ocnuioijwi-a'.th. His H. M, ROCHE, REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROE LI\O'S i 0>S CO.:!
while moving about the cars. The GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. P.DBSEL & BON'S PUMPS.tim .
lump. whI'! li'-M! iu i>uMi: <' d.*ri-ion l>y i Care Daily Sews. ;

. above rules are adapted to insure'' a lin.-i of iMHijiKwill always* remain ; ;; Ctriri: ?iiiu! Ila|| lutlcal/ Iflttrociali, IhrJi, lieiin lliii!
LARGE CROWD EXPECTED-DRA- a peaceful trip, so that the votariesmay : closely! interwoven ill th. hitorof PEARL & DQLIVE.
f obtain the necessary re!:t. Dijodebience *- I'loi'tt-r 1 KtV.; II.' it wn who I pitslutl
MAT'IGHTS OF KHORAS- MeKenzie Oertin Collecting Asjent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent
means: that the royal vizier out i.t. the wild std
wrxjlly we-t at Hti
1 ,, Call on them at the corner of Garden cintion.
' '' S/ -'TUTE TEMPLE. +:i I will Marshall his forces to Dateman ::,(.- \vben the 1'Uffiilo. Iinli.ihS and and A ICd nil street for cariPii- -

i to appear before his highnes to hear ioyuteeiv l.TiU! ..t the prairies aid i ter and electrical work.or phone 6fiO.i .

I the sentence press the Thornwell. i iFor i liy persistent: .fort!; and under privation i,I THE GARDEN SECTIONo
,, and want I led n heroic life l>y \i MEAT & MALT ha a marvelous
Jack, '\1:1.: I further information meet the boys ,
j coi.vrtii.r \I"'t are.i of the barreni"llderiiess 'dietetic value. While refreshing aLdple'lsant

The Grau- -' ,I in Jacksonville. I \ tubs fertJN': land. of i">aeeand to take, it helps af-irnila-"

thins, of the do. plenty. Then, without aid; of feaii- tion of food.oJd byDASNHEI JPerLsacola, Florida

I lened in Jacksonvii.:: "L CATARRH quickly yields: j! nine pietjto keep via! ::;) over his everyday :
day andul be in 'It by Ely's Cream Uilm, I[ at-,. this tunly empire builder ----- ---- Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
II I remained nt Uis po>t. Muzhik out the
Friday. fun is aniicipi. -" tbiy aromatic. It lithe AU ART STUDIO"I
patli! of fame iu.l iutr the Dramatic Order, {Knighu nostril* ,
I ii.d <-!>'ih zalion in his; wake. Like tliecoAlioy I Beautiful Lots for Sale.
have aatuJio in 9
Khorassan to be organized of went whole surface opened room ,
I I tic is sio! \\;y pa"in; into hisI -
I'' fit'* btTS of the Grand Loll;!'. The Columbia 0'f. A remedy I I torjImt hi; *.ir>\(' U :t.."; .' Salisbury, block, where I will give 40x137 4 feet at from $76 to $2CO each accord
lesions in of draw- ,
< :S. C. :State: speaking about fo. 'i dry- ;
the I). O. K. K., says ion or exc". '- j OT the iii: ;';p< of history; while! the hum. .ins called "Black and White"- ing to location and surroundings.

tt Tahara Temple Dramatic Order brave shouldBtltn 'te: rupont i;;th! its original: Iirlln.- also in French Pastel painting and

:l i Knights of Khorassan. held its regular i is rf-coen. ':s will: ai|>(.*!ir In ;....:.k p'.t: .turi'; Newspaper aud Magazine Illustrate Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,
"Price 51) CHIt.. at dru. .
. Fertile Lands.
I High
last footlights of future genera- in;. Dry
meeting Wednesday night A cold iu tl-e had Jmtu
and completed the arrangements for appears; when cram bjF.y <_ i 1 I have taught: large cIase,> in every

j : I the trip to Jacksonville. The team Brother, \Varreti; Fret ,H:, P Dinner. town in Georgia and in many of the The grandest opportunity for investment ever

I ,: ; and members of the; order will leave York bet f with plenty! ft-male colleges! of the South, so can cffered in Pensacola.I .

I the fire iu offer an experience I
i you twenty-
: here next Thursday night and will
{ Ilrw ,.. M.iUc ri.ill 'nirr. I TO, MI I.i t ItI five years. In the studio will be j I Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.
; institute the new temple oil Friday Chap fine tlinv large otjioiis and I sluimei' 'f the Ifounj the choicest collection of I

j night. The working team will c ncist three l.'irce green i"'i'i-trs; put in a i broth an.l"r ] crayon: work ever shown by a jingle ,

11+ of twenty nu-n. but a number of hf-aplus; talili: iNjuiifui: "if alt: a heaping >- a,M any kind <., ,,e.V.'hea I ari! -t ind fin invitation i is xt ndfd A.a V ClubbsCorner
I to to come and see it. My
,' the D. O. K. K. will go down to witness I tall po-mful of susar and three I iook"-i set' tl\ .> I''! terms everyone for tructiou are moderate. I

4 the ceremonies. Several mt m.I I cupfuls of vinegar! ; add twenty-eight moat in Mtiill piers.'d ', Oils A. MILLER.We Garden and Bru Streets.
lane tomato and conk all together! I ,
,I burs from different parts of the ser\e Simmer t.e !!I.-. broth I'I -------- ,
until tits are tender; a seasoning ofplnger : that are 1< ft until the broth ju. ('O\-.ri', will launder for'
!II l state will be in the party. cloves and cinnamon be your ejreaas" K.C. BR& T. WM, H KNOWLtS: W. K, EYES. JR., J. 8, REEVE
! A New Temple. may tie "eason highly! turn out iu a 15 cents each and make them leo) i I I President. VIee-I'reilddnt. c.snii r, Aii't Cubler
i' added if it is wanted. i tow I. and the next day slice down ('(.101. ,: like uw Star Laundry.E. .
"Mr. H. M. Lebby the D. O. K. K. !
and eat with tomato catchup.
I :
i: : organizer fur Florida was: in Colum- Clowto Irt.nuinllrt'ittt Hcii"; j I Another way i ito stew the meat like ': I

'; for a few days last week conMiltini Left or yolks of ci'cs It put at': n plot rot with a little water; keepj'.ddiiu W. PEAKE, : First National Bank

of the local once into a t IU1.l.'r of cdd water will hot water and let the meat Palafox
it with members temple regarding j No. 30 south streft. keep :!
the trip to Jacksonville.! Mr. I kelp fresh and soft for sect ral laj';;. II | brown lu the kettle until t 'II.I"r.oJ..a.- call bell, wire and all kind' of ,
1j If dropped into n cup and covered the soii. make a brown gravy, and serve. electrical supplies. Have him do
Lobby stated that the new templeik. I FLA.
11 yolk! would l be unlit for tie tile 4c- The meat and gravy that are left wiil your work. Call phone ): .
(M harrum, wo'iUl! start with ll'i ; I
I Tb l"ft '-. wbitt of
; 1Illlay. o -r eggs make a nice pie for the next day. I _. ----- DIr1.HOTO: : Wt
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i officer: of the GrandLodge
member every may be loads duct uucaioon kisses! or i always add a little beef extract in
bein nmonsr the number. The uhJ for ti.'Ti-w: ''. T.e whites of j;i warruij'r beef. It Irt'y a j.00dflavor.
t exercises will take place on Friday two eggs wh: a quarter of a jiound olsnsir : .-Woman's Ilorr.e '"mpu ou. Cle.n.i ac4 bri>i.. 'I tat h&!$. D. O. BRENT,
night in the Puhian castle hat!. and and t.'e .ine quantity c>f al '!'I 4. Iron*Fare! Iar.'trI to Ef.tor frtnrth.Hevcr Gray

4 afterwards a grand: banquet will be mon.l vatc w'11 takes two doz 'n mac I' A BAD COMPLEXION R : Cunt hair*n.p' to, ,1"'a A ta.!..tM-i Youtafal.k lln:biir. Color..fijiri-. 1 ad w aU!isn Ahni ; t :
}. served at one of the leading hotels Irt"I'h?rl Innl limlM! yolk" are' or ? fmitn; ; ; 3 y ugil ; {,

. "anti'll it is i.irh "l-rtti-r to brink the !j jess i Pimple; blackheads and m"tidy _H_ ___ _. ___ k.f
, Rev. J. H. Thornwell and Grand: Prelate -
: *. separate carefully the yolks from complexion, union are so common

J. A. Snmm"rsett1\ represent Hit; w lllte nUll Jiop tlio dolls: i iuco water among boys and girls at a c.'rtala :7 tt tttrw:: ',* ".. own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain i*> *
I She South Carolina Tythians at the that is !toiling but. r\>ok: :slowly r t. r-r P ., 1*
Our'r..ny. r'.s"t Q'tr'a Holland
'I age, indicate a torpid liv.-r. A course; ilyf : ::17, Spain, Belgium Rust >1arz
banquet speech ma iUl;. for twenty aiinnti-s In this way the I! .1'-'l"t'J! -'n-'b .- !
'. of HEPATICURA will cleanse! the i -t.r European countries.
:1) Seaboard Railroads whites art sted for an.tber .) .
11 I: The Southern nn.! I p jrt t --- -
system, regulate; the bowers: and !liv.'rand
-r\-'Bser i3taE' -, tfc. Mos '
have granted: a special rate i I' .pon Fatortble Tern, and i: '
produce a clear h'-al'hy coml'ex.: t Obligations; Taken Payable at Port cf n9stiratj0n Ten cr Fifteen Ci"l;
for the Columbia l;nit hts and their The Stomach is the Man.A -
I I ion. Sold by all drugg.sf-; after Vessel Arrives her8.
'il I friends The mind trip will\! ('ost.. weak stomach weakenes the man,

J12't: and the parties must couf-Ist''I because it cannot transform the food WIIISKYbi .tVSaZety Deposit BoxeR for Rent in OonnoctlcQ

of fifteen or more persons. the' eats into nourishment. Health Cleanin, ladies skirt and 'ai'l 'with whioh we have a Pri.8artment for the II:3

'I s one of OT ;; fcil1tlfS.t.u! L& of Renter.
"Tahara Temple is in fine trim fortbe and strength cannot be retsored to I

trip to Florida. The last rehearsal any sick man or woman without ----
4w ,
wasery satisfactory! and the first restoring health! and strength to PEOri33I02fAL CARDS
. team will reflect credit on Columbia. the stomach. A weak stomach can I TRY DISCOVERYFOR **'_-f',f-t f-t r n r m-f-f-u-- nj
" The members have taken! a deep! interest not digest enough; food to feed the ELECTRICAL WORK to i W. C. ROWE, M. D.

, in the trip and a good time is tissues and revive the tired and run THAT COLD.
Office: 17* 8. PaUfoi.Hoan .
r assured to all who go. The Florida down limbs and organs of the body. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Ring up Pearl & D.JjvEphone 660, r from t to 9:9) a. m. alel 1 to *u B
I tents have made great preparationsto Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses, purifies if von have any carpenter r.r electrical Cures ConsumptionCoughs,
i entertain the South Carolina D. O. sweetens and strengthens the work you want well rtnnp. Colds Bronchitis Asthma anti after o'clock
I ,
K. K. glands: and membranes of the stom Phono CD.I .
I PneumomaHayFeverPleurisy i
An All Night Affair. ach, and cures indigestion dyspepsia -
i "The D. O. K. K. exercises in and all stomach troubles. Hargis J. N. ANDREWS LaGrippe, Hoarseness, I JOHN S. BEARD,

Jacksonville will be an allnisht:; affair Pharmacy John Sheppard, Sidney A SAFE WiMDlAW i Sore Throat, Croup and

and tVe royal nzier of the local Kahn. J* Headquarters: for J, ''Whoopb Cough.NO j ATTOR.NEY-AT-LAT.
temple! has decreed! that in lL'i o! ', SEWING A iibOfl MEiiIGiKE, CURE. NO PAY. I Offlee -309 Thiesen But ',11 i. -'

taking the! Stieglitz powder, the I SEND YOUR ORDERSto MACHINES.REAL Price 5Oc. and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE '. Office Hoar?-8:30 a. m. to i ,
For "'ale
whole It'Inch must Ward off the i -- '
Pearl & Dolive for ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT I 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. m.
sound of the Hell, refrain from cutting electrical work. Repair carpenter work or Bros. I will repair your watches and {! Pr.ctIeeIn.11 itate and federal c-
a gunmersett, lying on the s.(cialty. a 13 Suuih Palafiii tff'U. I jewelry In flrat-clase! style. J. J 1A11 ba'lnns entrusted to me will ''-
I Stephens. I and diligent attention.

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[ AMUSEMENTS.]W (overnmentgteamerQeneralFrencbwhich Following is -the schedule of the :l iJ.1t U

<: THE NEWS prints for thelencn't
::!:. .S22.5252S2.52L r.
of the merchants who ship

The repertoire for the week will .heir goods to the tarious army -JlAl

be as follows: I ... eves Pe 'apola____ __ 7noa.m. I
; Thursday-''The New Dominion." I ..,aVI'I Barrn n 'aa.?_-__. 1::f a.m. ::
-vves Fickf 115 ________ Siio 3?
Friday-"The Dacites." ....trf f "crrancH*__ ________. x:15a.m.a. m. '- t.:
.a.'t. Pi'DKftCOla _______
T Saturday \Iatliee-"The Lost Par -rives BarrancAS _10:15 a. m. ,
11:10 a. m. and then
adise." a ie a trip to Port McKee ana ben r&I.U.'
I .OS to Barrancas.U i.
Saturday Night-"The Knobs o' <- V''B Barrancas ..___? llop. m. 'j
Tennessee." .eavl'S Fcken-.. 1:25: p. In. f t.
t5v. Pen'acoU ._._________ flOpIn.: :., S'
..av.8 "Ieken, __ .. _... 6:15 p. m.
GRADUAL DECLINEThis Woraon Tirlii the I'uor 4mves harranrns 6:*) p. m. aod makeiarn. k.-, .>
to MoRee
r.p and ":.
\11'1. \VilUaai TLa\v of Httsburg was \Vednendciy? and Saturday* the .

the first American citizen to erect a l>oit wi'l leave Barrancas via Pick- t

public tiathl.ouso. The I'ublie Baths mol for Peo.acola at 6:30 p. m. ti.f:

is the fate of sufferers from Kidney trouble, as the disease is so insiduous that often people have association Philadelphia hail Its Inception .The General French is for army ":.'I
in the labors ? .trl'o-ei only and
of Miss Sarah anyouti'ider
serious Kidney trouble without knowing the real cause of their illness, as diseased )idneys allow the Lowrie, who found on Investigationthat TIVB a pi*# from the quartermaster muse p.+i

impurities to stay in the system and attack the other Chicago Business man Cured oiJy one fiimily in twenty among otake r'UilKe1 her. .t

the Lad .
city's IHXIF acivss to n Kithtub.Recently .
Organs This accounts for the many different Foley & Co., Chicago, Gentlemen:-About a year ago my health began Mrs. II II. Anderson pave
to fail, I lost flesh and never felt well. The doctor thought I had stomach I .
$l-VII.lO to Association For Improvins
symptoms:: of Kidney Disease. and liver trouble, but I became convinced that my kidneys were the cause : I TAiIiitiijiINSURANCE

of my ill health and commenced taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. It in. tLe Condition: of the Poor in I i :

You begin to feel better at once when taking creased my appetite and made me feel stronger, and the annoying symptoms New York city for the erection of a .

disappeared. I am now sound and well.- K. Horn, 1354 Diversey Blvd., public: Lal1.1.o<;.,,'. I '\.

Chicago. June 11 1902. I .
Cured His Wife
E. C. Watkins sexton of the Methodist Church Pa. A,;I)
Springfield, ,writes:
Kenweac: oil i is an inesrensive and p
My wife has been very bad with kidney trouble and tried several doctors I' REAL
stimulates the heart increases the circulationand satisfactory turrJture 1.flbh! especiallyfor ESTATE :
as it without benefit. After taking one bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE was I
much better and cured after the old f.:!-!::JIl'tl carved furniture, NJ.I South f'slafox btreet.
was completely taking four bottles.
invigorates the whole system. It strengthens the some of which Is In i-ossesskm of i
One Bottle Cured Him '
most every fa:..ily that has been hou nl'l I fI -
a'tial List of
urinary organs and gives you new life and vigor. A. H. Davis: Mt. Sterling, la., writes: "I was troubled with kidney Ueepinji for any U-ntrth of tinie. A for Rent in Des-iral Various rR'eIhings ;;

complaint for about two years, but a one-dollar bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNEY el's nitlr brush Purls i.. ,
can penetrate tile of the
TWO SIZES 50c and $1.00 CURE effected a permanent cure." City: II
ices that defy the Uustlns crl'\1 $33.00:?' -"ory hou-...contntnini \t: room). \
brush of the most careful !'! ml 1II0''...rl1 cotivpnlenctb. bath ua

W. A. D'ALEMBEIITE, 121 S. Palafox fct.: Kerosene is: an excellent cleaner.IN upper nice yard and and locr kbrutihmy.n floom. corner bl...nntbuu lot.. If...,it.
a, etc.. No. 714 Lani I.allus .
-- treet.l.W3ctory. '..
- ------ ----- -
MEMORIAM.Hall boarding house. "
D2., ers of Pneumonia. Hun. to Jlakt. Mararunl nU t'IIII. KITCHEN HELPS.A J5 rooms, known as lie Ponce da ": 11
of FaUlujr tint. of Cotton Ccrewmen's Benevolent
li.iifom r. oe.' Leon bouse No. 11U
\ .it this time If neglected Is 1'ut In frying; IKIII one tIlLll'.-I>oon Sciei-tUu tell us that, 'Our.til'gfrom association; Pensacola, Fla., street. IntenUencm ,; .1 .

cause pneumonia which is ful of liuttw WLcii it is hat add one little salt sprinkled on a smoky fire the sea level, tl.e bwest body of water 3.1.Ull-A 7 desirable :!-stor) modern dwelllnit ,
rooms moil -
March 11. d..lilratJl"
f will, Loilul; will clear it. section of lbs
fatal, and even when the cuj'ful i> luuiiuy cut juryflu& on the globe I is the Caspian sea. FureefltUrlOS city on a corner on the street car

.. has recovered the lungs are -; tlicn add oii cupful of gratis aucl'pJnmust: be dried as well aswa1wd its surface has U-en gradually At a regular meeting of the CottonScrewmen's .00-Large lineJ,
dJl'l' (> aiid two well beaten t'K before tltoy are put away.A settling down until now It Ls eigh :, : Benevolent Association Irobttcg Seville dwelling.Square, \O.5U 1U rooms EaU,

.i : II 1, making them peculiarly .' with pi'Mur aud cook uutil cork dipped) tine coal aslies is excellent :- n' feet lower than that of its near : held March 11, 191), the following resolutions $30.00-Comfortable Government street. i,
.'' -'lie: to the development ot thick. for scouring kitchen knives and ncigMjor! the Ulack sea, which also lies of condolence for our late fl elling.9 rooms new very 5-story ."41.1

,..-. Mi iion. Foley's Honey and Tar utensils.To far below the level of the oceans. The member John R. Kelly were adopted Baylea tionofthe between city eltaated on North' ..''I
lIoto Make Jam. btrong: and DeBolO "
;;. top) the cough heal and rinenppite remove the smell of onions from a common conclusion all along has been : streets. .!

", nsthx-n the lungs and prevent Peel the piueapplt and cut Into tiny Mtieopan fill It with water and drop that the Caspian was simply loslngits |i5.00? -2-story dwelling In good order with ,, ,
dice. l and allow to Whereas, It has pleased AlmightyGod II rooms, three doors from tbe belt
121 Weigh pound
iinonia.V.. A. "
>_' D'Alemberte. every nl-cnt line, r{
into It a redhot cinder. waters by evaporation but Investigation has gas and water throughout,
_. I'alafox street. of fruit tlJrll-(IUarters of a pound of to remove from our midst our l' o. I'lu North Barcelona street .i'
In cleaning oilcloths on the kitchen shows that this is not the .
sugar. Put the fruit in the kettle at late member, with whom we have fSkO-l.etorydwet1ing7room bath ,, city water !'
washstand a cloth dlpix'd In kerosene case. Soundings made and compared gas, with large corner lot.No.
the side of the range and bring slowlyto been associated for and who u2 West Wright .
cleans more quickly and the cloth looks with records of soundings made over years, $15.70- street. I'
1-story .
the oil. Stir often and at the end awelllng 6 rooms newly papered .
fresher and cleaner than when water is lot years ago reveal the astoundingfact we have learned to love and respectfor and painted throughout OH ,

CASTORIAFor of threiiiuirUTS of an hour add the used.A I : that there Is even a greater depthof his many good qualities of mind belt line. No. suv East Gregory &trel" I
susar.: Soil for lift ecu minutes. skimming 115.00lbtorydwelllne." .city water and bath,
Infants and Children. i suggestion for those! hampered by water now than then. This leaves and heart and while we bow in hum rooms, half lock of ground with '

of ten. Cook fur a minute more limited loot closet room Is to plaoe a but one hypothesis I that would seem at His will lie it beautiful bhade trees No. loi East [
ble submission to : Cer\'aotI'8Itreet. f"I'
The Kind Yon Have Always Boogiil! and turn into !=la"M's. fl'SCI'l'W hooks In the I liottom of the all tenable-that the bottom of the sea UesoUed That we extend to the 11?.:)-I-story dwelling No 415 East Gregory I V

shelves, (ill which to hang kettles and is actually: sinking. There Is muchPUItUiri painted.street,5 ronnie newly papered and> I ,
tlutlitubs. bereaved widow and family our heart I
gean the lion to
// !-' In scientific circles as to UI.O.Jo.dU East Belmont street 5-room '

B' 'Of.1fudgin To 1'l'-t'lI:1nJ\l a bathtub you need saucepans.Much should tx taken to what will l>e tl.e final outcome. felt sympathy in this hour of trouble, ''I cottage city water, newly painted, ft.
V cure prevent Inperfectorder.
bath ('naml'!. Sandpaper the bathtubbif'.r. ,
and Lid them take: : comfort ia JlO.SO-Iso.
verdigris from appearing on kitchen Aleanlz strhet a new
applying and slightly heat the the ofa Hive Pni erot Mmle From floe.Ri thought th'at their loss is Ills gain; house In good order with 5 rooms. 1
utensils. When It does
Juice I10.i -No. 1"
euniwl. Ib'atin makes it a little Wl East Helmont street city ,'
5, file jest Jtr c. easier I lemon mixed with a teuspuouful of plllt'r Is i.ot made from rice nor therefore be it frrtherKesolved lII'l\tl'r,8 neat :5 room cottage newly \ ;
and It
i thinner it is to apply painted and renovated
has throughout.
iI I It will need two coats: or, If I salt will soon remove It. from rife stalks nor it any connection of That our hall ha drapedin $ VlItI-So. V10 Kaiit Lulfua street a neatly j
with rice. It Is
A deal of time will I.. saved whatever for of thirtydays papered 4-rooin cottage In good con-
great mourning a period
Rolls at 5 lOc
bad. three.
Hot m..
very ____ Chinese manufacture and Is made Union, large lot city water.
by placing a little hut water In n ut Ificfe resolutions! bespreal A large list of smaller
at Solomon's.4t3W1V4 and that dwellings, as well '" ,
doz. It"is estiinati'tl that the Eskimo IP-
1 sil In which sticky food has boon frjiu the pith of a certain tree resembling as a number of stores and offices I OB KENT .
ulation of Alaska, ibrador and Ore 'ii- the elder. The pith Ls extracted upon our nuirites, one copy : "
1SSOto cooked covering; closely and pliiclnjc on THOS. C. WATSON & CO., {'
land Ita.tkc1iiwl from UI.OUU from the tree In large cylindrical masses framed and sent to the family of our
the stO'I'hl' steam loivsens the food Leading Heat Estate. Rental and \ '
13tK.i: (! at tl.e in-M-ut time owing to the Chinese framed and ;
so that It can bo wushctl off readily.A and with sharp knives deceased member a copy IHputb alafox Wtreet. "
the tuliiuinsj: out of tl.e seal, walrus I pare off: the cylinder till instead of a hung in our meeting hall and a copy r.'

L \) DIRECTORY polar bear aud other sources: of food Staining 'Ioora" cylindrical form they have n large flat furnished to the press of Pensacola.J. .II

supply. and other etmtsmltled ( '
sheet. This is pressed
practical sucfw-sts that If : O'DO.NOVAN; IWww
The Iloyal academy was 1 1t'ar" until the required thickness issecured. i
: housewives stain their McCOXXELL
'KNIGHIS PYTHIAS. euro to own A.
old on. Lii-c. 10 Laving btru founded Tile I':UK.T Ls then rudely 1i

J'enoae ill L .Ue. No. 3, K. of p. l"t S by KiiiK George III., who nominated floors they should: Ix-glu by washing; sized awl Is ready to u. c. It was called)) JOHN O'BRIEN.
them thoroughly then till in all tie :
and ; J. P. MOUXGEV.
thirty-six academicians appointed rice i>ai er under the Bupi>osltlon that .
inlets every Monday evening cracks with putty and *> oft: .
wrai any
t7:::) at Cattle ..all, Joshua Key-Holds, who was when It was first introduced into Eu- T. II. FLECTWOOD i
k \ la !bB Klonnt -- Watson knijlitiil on the occasion. U be the tirstpresident. Fcnips of paint which can U" hmwiicii it was made from rice stalks, and Committee O

I, t KnlM'ng. third floor. Sir 13. J. I'oynter is but the with a little turpvutlnc. A linht hardwood the rojie name has never been changed. .dtlnUTAURUT
Visaing brethren cordially
stain can tie pn>dm 11 welcomed tenth holder of his distinguished posi
;.. J. \. LYLE tion. of a pint of l.)iled oil, a pint of turpt'nUnl' -
'; H. HOI a talJ'lH.'I '
l K. K. a a Electricity Is taking the place of ,pas I'a and two tablcsixioiifuls of chrome Cured of Rheumatism f Par The Exc.To... !"

and ether In dental extraction. The
'1'1I0ThIs stain is used for pino and IC
current which Is of the form calledhigh
U.itirm Imdgft No. 13ay similar woods. To make: a darker stain .
frequency is applied to the jaw For the benefit of human
of burnt sienna sullerinq;
t evening at 7::", at add a tablespoonful -
ralafox ati'l Garden where the operator desires to render it ity I dosire to :tate that I suffered .
and the same amount of burnt umh..r.Walnut ,
; I K">utiicnnliallv Invited.J. insensible by means of a heat apparatus I severely with Muscular and Hciatic !!I
ALHEBTJOUNhOS' stain contains two talt .>oi>- I Rheumatism :
[ \ '. c.e. anti the patient feels nothing more for five years. Duringthit DAILY MENUS
fuls of burnt timber, throe t.ibiesp.n- ff
!> AS of the affected time I tried various remedies a' .
than a slight; heating fuls of chrome yellow, half a tahle- well as the prescriptions of severa. ...a:; l
This method is much safer than all
part ) Comprise the Up-to-
spoonful of lampblack a pint of tur- physicians which afforded me very (A Wino Cordial.) I i

l .II'.' "," ijs(1.: -jo. K. of iI gas. cocaine and other anaesthetics.A IK-ntine ulI'ln pint of U>lle l oiL Apply little, if any, relief. The pain in my The best specific rcmcJy for Date Dishes the Mar .

I I I) i '' .i',.K No. 'iiI. linlrcbn: o! l>oot scraping and cleaning: machine with brush. The linxu should always back, hips and legs was apoiiizin; and Typhoid kets of the World ':;1'
II i "0)!. '- i-terv Thuredav even"i for and almost unbearable. J could 'Malarial
is of the contrivances: enabling 1
Hall one be worked with too fmiin of tlto wood.The rs Aflo d. I
i i-i their I ate ( .0'at ,
walk and I would
'-\\ "n Illllhlln outll. us to do without the servantgirl. ruuin should liecliwtl until thestaiu hardly thought Colds, JnfUierza, &.c. ri
> if.iv nti'l I. ,rd.n street". There are for taking off to ah indon all business. A '. E. t.- -it 1 1 n
scrapers rub tin floor evenlywith
Is dry.Vlaii dry, ,
i.-are cor<'i.illv welcomed. friend of mine advised me to try ._ N.U I. M.. :\.
K. ALJ-MOX the cakes: of rmxl that stick to one'sfootgear a small strip of .-nn>*'t Kniml 41.m-.,
URICSOL: which I did reluctantly .... il.
C. C.; and rotating brush for finishing -S- Ladies' Private
a'lwn been
about a a polish '
'\ .I' : -. and greatly to my surprise one bot-
the prtPI'es. The bristles of the rIi'l\'tl. lay on the varnish or tle cured me sound sad well. I .

brush touch a rod as they go round M nish smoothly awl can-fully. Watch cheerfully recommend it to all who Dining Parlor.

I. O. O. F. that they cone back to the boot quite the gntluaivfuly! and let the brush suffer as I did. It is also a very fine ".

clear of dust. The machine is easilyoperated. fall In with It.The I tonic. It increases: the appetite, aids HARD :'

digestion and finally builds up thegl'nE'ral : 'j

l'f n-arnla Uxlgp n.I A jiolice tricycle Is one of the latest health. You can use tnis as Regular Dinner Daily. : ;
'. Hot Sand Bag.Many
> .1.l p-siiiv evening at T:3rt; at you think best. Very truly,
'. .. 'tt.'ii Intendencla ttreet. examples of the utilitarian l1url1o l's to oople, appreciate tIle valno of : W. B. Dt.t.ACII l'C

cordially( JuiANsoN invited., N. 0. which the ubiquitous cycle Is now being n hot water bag; to relieve: pain or Improve 311 Auburn Ave. Atlanta, Oa. '

'I' ...crt'tary.AMERICAN pxit' a company having brought outa Uw circulation. It Is said that a Nov. 6th, 1902. Short Orders Promptly ;

tandem tricycle Intended for the use hot sand bag Is; letter for this pur Druggists sell it at 5100 per botl! !s BRICK Filled. Night or Day. t;"

GUILD. of two policemen and for the conveyance pose. A physician gives the following Send stamp for book of particular 11

of a prisoner the latter beingtecouimodated directions: "G .'t some cloan, fine sand to the URICSOL Chemical Co., Los -

l'tn.acnl \ Chapter No. O07. on a seat behind the front and dry It thoroughly in a kettle on theston Angeles, Cal., or Atlanta Ga. If It's Something Good to Eat h

rider his feet; tiring shackled In stirrups Make a bag about eight Inches - you wish you'll finditat ttl
,! -- -- ------- -
to \-. iry. I'. LISDJN: 4Uoveraor.TRt"TH. hanging from the roar axle and square of flannel fill It with the dry I : = m
... his wrists securely held by handcuffs! sand sew the opening carefully together ALWAYS\ ON HAND Nick Apostle'sPopular te')

fastened to the tubing forming the and cover the bag with cotton or Curseor

K. OF3L.l"tal anus of the seat in which he is placed. linen cloth. This will prevent the sand Restaurant

trout sifting out ami also ('nailleou t5IAlLLF. :

,\"l'lIIhly| No. 1505. PHYSICAL PERFECTIONIs to heat the bag quickly by placing it In . iI )

'!. MWMJa
: Mi Id iv in each month. Imposible If the liver is out of or the own or on the top of the stove. -TO. ,I

.1". INXELL.' W.l'.H.TlIARP.M. W. der. A perfect liver is possible if After OIKV using this you will never !

secretary. again attempt to warm the feet or -
--------- you keep using the right kind of a DRINKCCKED
--- -- bottleor MILLIONGet ..
hands of a sick person with a ONE
liver tonic. IIEPATICURA i3 the ,l
The a brick. The sand holds the heat for I

Beer right kind of a liver tonic. It will a long: time, and the bag can lx tuckedup 'J :'

liven Op your liver to your entire sat to the back without hurting the in- BY .

That Made: isfaction. It will provide excellent valid.-IIeallh Culture. Our Prices Before

digestion excellent circulation and How to Prevent Cake Scon-liln WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. '

mm! a AMOVICTORIA U U18 perfect Mr., who does not wish his tln If> oven you when will pet the a cake dIsh Is of baking water you in A'o taste. Ao o<7or. (all It gictn in glat oJ Purchasing.Capacity 7 V 13 :

will find that there will be no scorchWhat's tcaterlea or coffee without pat nl', knovMge.
I cannot refrain .
published, :
name says VV'
'nl:'. _ _ White Ribbon Remedy will cure or destroy
from extending to you, voluntarily the dlsl'Mffl appetite for alcoholic stimulants H,
whether the patient Is a confirmed
my sincerest recommendationof in a Name? Inebriate. a "tippler," social drinker or d

the medicine you prepare and sell Everything is in the name when it drunkard.appetite for Impo.ibletoranyoneto alcoholic liquors after have using an 50,000 Daily. w I ,

Hazel Salve. E. C. White Ribbon .
'!.\. : under the name of HEPATICURA comes to Witch Remedy.
: V ACME BREWING CO.ltEST for reason of its superior qualitiesas DeWitt & Co., of Chicago discovered, i Indorsed by Members of w. C. T. U.
L |I.t: how to make a salve :: V
: BOirLE BEER a toner of the general system. some years Mrs. Moore pre 1 superintendent of Wo V
HEPATICURA although from Witch Hazel that Is a specificfor men's Christian Temperance Union,'Ven- F-
Since using
IX: TOWS. sufferer Piles. For blind bleeding, itchIng tura California writes: "1 have: tested ftieftItllan! Brick Co.
NNHEISSER I have always been agreat and protruding Piles eczema v* bite Ribbon Remedy on very obstinate C. R. TAYLOR (
BROS from constipation and colds, I have drunkard.,and the cures have been many. ,
been entirely relieved from both of cuts burns, bruises and all skin diseases -I In many cases the Remedy was giver(I.e..
A. LviS. FOR THE CELEBRATED DeWitt's Salve has no equal. cretly. I cheerfully recommend :and indorse Pine Barren, Fla.
these ailments, and venture to say White Ribbon Remedy. Members of Artistic Shoemaker
J 1. in regard to the former, it hal no This has given rise to numerous our Union are dellgted to find an economical : -- .

I. Harper Ittlcy.P equal. I have used only two bottlesof worthless counterfeits. Ask for De- treatment" to aid us in our temper. MEN AND WOMEN FINE YORI: A SPECIALTY. :
Pharmacy work.
HEPATICURA so far, yet I find Witt's-the genuine. Hargis ance a CM Big 6 for unnatural ;.

my normal weight of 140 pounds has John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. Druggists or by:mall, II. Trial package I ..Sd.yi.Gtitict..4 Irnutions.or nlcerationi Phone No.23. 9 South Palafox St' l'

\{ '..' H been increased nearly 10 pounds.I free by writing MM. A. Townsend (for .oII.I,1., .. of mucous BembrtDM.FwolM ,
-e-401 S. Palafox street. awl
not utrin
: shall take pleasure in recommending years secretary of a Woman's Chriit- (vISCS1MICILCO. or I
hHU- French Waffles with .a gent pouooou. OA.&TOR.A.. .
aie-0pp.; Union Depot.P HEPATICURA to one desirous Hot > sold byc.
any tin Temperance Union 218 Tremont eIIAn.o 1ieIniYc5HaXy
") B >xM.. Pensacola Fla. of finding the very best constitu Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon' ... or lent In f[tin wrapper, }.
St, Boston, Mast. Sold in Pensacola by br expno, prepaid for : .
tion builder to be had. Sold by Si.00. orJbottl l2.7i. r <2u0ra
:-ones 116-268. druggists. !. Hannah Bros.,21 8. Pilafox St Circular ice; cu



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_ _

IT WON'T DROP US. litical principles of that party. The I Oldest and Largest Agency

(Selma Times.) Dingiey tariff act was passed Just i Ask your doctor about Ayer's Cherry West Florida.ESTABLISHED ;in

when tne worst of the hard tflns'wasover .
i It may be all right to "drop the

negro question," but the trouble is when the country had taken a Pectoral for colds, coughs, croup, asthma, HHiH.;

start towards presperity, consequently -
: Entered at the Post Office at Pen- the negro question won't drop us,
the republican party was in a position bronchitis He knows. .C.lytrCo,
: Fla. second class matter. the Atlanta News. consumption. ;
acola.: says >' ."'-.
claim that the times
to good
It is just as vital and just as the powles BFOS.INSURANCE

OFFICE:=Pitts Building, 211/ tides of the season. It ebbs for a were brought about by that tariff.

: South Palafox street, up-stairs. I time and softens for a season but it And they will continue to preach that .

I always comes back like the flow of prosperity depends upon that tariff. MR. CARNEGIE HAS A RIVAL.
THE NEWS PUBUSHINC CO. the tide or the fierceness of the ultra They will contend that if the demo- It
I now appears that Mr. Carnegie
seasons.Vhenever think it cratic party is given control of the
Terms: Invariably in Advance. we failed to copyright'his scheme of public -
quiescent and settled it rises to mockus. government the Dingley tariff will be
One Year by mall.$5 00 benefactions and the result of that

fill Months .. . . . 2 50 And whenever it comes up we repealed and that its repeal will be AND
negligence is shown in the following
One week by carrier, payable Monday its varying phases with discussion. followed by hard times. It is on this

.... .. .. .. .. . .. 10 Vest thinks that if letter from Mr. A. G. Lee. It looksas
that Mr.
have no other recoure than to meethave account PRIVATE JOHN F. PRYOR WILL REAL ESTATE
though Mr. Lee and his friends
i prosperity continues through next ,
other than to meet
no recourse
Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap BE REQUIRED TO PAY FINE OF might become formidable rivals to
year and well into 1904 the republicans -
its phrases with discussion.
plication.TELEPHONE varying the great philanthropist in a short 309 South Palafov [! That is the educative process and will likely elect the next presi- $30 ON MARCH 17. time.
And then Mr. Carnegie's condi

NO 118. there is no use protesting it. dent.He tions are so hard that it would bank Phone 22.=([!]l'; PEXSACOI.A..!,
It makes the News "tired" to hear is satisfied that the trusts
rupt most any ordinary community to
Southern men declare that "there is their money will be on the elite of At a court-marshal set in this cityon
acept his donation, while Mr. Lee of-
no race problem. When Evan the republicans. The trusts have October 22nd last, Private John F.
< fers terms that are dead
UNI.a> easy as may
Howell or William J. Northen or any been Irritated. but not enraged by Pryor, of the Escambia Rifles was be GENERAL AGIIMS
seen by reading his letter.Philanthrop .
other southern man says that he is the recent antl-tAist legislation. and convicted of conduct to the prejudiceof

simply "talking through his hat." they would much rather risk their good order and ), March 9. The
HIBAOOLA, MABCa ]2, 1903 military disciplineand Editor News, Equitable

The motive of such statements is beyond interests with the republican party sentenced to pay a fine of thirty Fla.

comprehension.If than with the democraic party. They dolars. Private Pensacola
Pryor afterwards
That Kansas
legislator who objectsto
Dear Sir If will form local
: you a
there is no race problem in the know that if the democrats come into made Life Assurance
the use of a bottle of wine at the application through his attorneys club in Pensacola named after the International SocietyOf

christening of the battleship Kansas South then there is no problem of power the chances are that they will to the governor for a commuta-

It may be presumed calls for ice any kind in the South. If there is insist upon radical anti-trust legisla- tion of sentence and the governor and the Political World's Diathetic Specialists'School Institute the United States.I1ENUY .

water when it comes his turn at theLord's flu) problem! involved in the inherentand tion. has just denied the same in the following n. HYDE, ..'..nnd..r
the world
There is much in Senator two philanthropic
indestructible antagonism of reason letter
Supper. The fool killer should :
Vest's view but it be that the institutions, erected and supportedby "'Strongest in the World."
visit Kansas. these two opposite races, set by foolish may March 7, 1903. i

legislation: on equal terms for the people can be made to see that the John F. Pryor Private, Company I, an association of philanthropistsfrom 1---
different of the world I
parts ,
The town of Pine Bluff. N. C.. has joint rulership of the great republicin I country has been prosperous duringthe first Infantry, *'. S. T., will present the ciub with a hand 1I I Z'WHYNOT THE BEST ? '

Just petitioned the Xorth Carolina the constantly recurring and last few yea'rs in spite of the Pensacola, Florida.
some building for its home on its
legislature to levy and collect a tax ever deepening friction between Dingley tariff, that that tariff had Sir:-deferring to your petition for .I
third anniversary. I will buy the
for the purpose of advertising the them in the steady and natural aspiration been a hindrance rather than helperof Kxecuihe clemency, you are informed rUE| TY1ERCTSTRSFER
II most suitable lot for the purpose that
town as a desirable winter resort. of the inferior race to social prosperity and that if that tariffis that the same has been denied for the
I can get in Pensacola and erect thereon
There is not the slightest doubt but equality, and in the :stern refusal of not repealed and a lower tariff sub- reasons as follows:
a club house of medium
that it will be a profitable invest- the superior race to concede it-In I stitued for it, the condition of the 1st. The charge that you were discriminated as pretty GO
size as ornaments any town or cityin
ment. the meddling of outside philanthropists -: country in the course of a few years against by failure of the
I the world and have it to
-in the rebirth of sectionalism I will be far worse than it was at anytime captain to supply you with a blank ready Having been awarded the comact

A resolution has been introduced in : in re-united country, and in the during the period that followed form for making application for dis- deliver to the club on the day it becomes for carrying the U. S. Mail bttwc a
I three old. the L. & N. and Post
years Depot Off .
the Kansas legislature recommendingthat 'great solemn, pressing question, what the failure of the Daring Drothers. It charge (denied by the captain) is not and also the exclusive baggage
I Anybody, no matter what his or her pnvn
when the new battleship Kansas are we going to do about it, and seems to us that there is room for a material. Section 77, of the "Laws Ifge on all trains entering the city

I Js launched the christening be performed I what is the outcome in the fateful fu much more hopeful outlook for the and Regulations" for the governmentof politics, or religion might be. can afford we are prepared to transfer barga.;'

1 with water instead of wine. ture-if these things don't make a success of the democratic party than the Florida State Trops, as published to join the club, for the International and passengers to and from all i >.
tels, residences and
Political School trains
The mover of the resolution no doubt problem and a mighty problem then that found in the interview with Mr. in General Order No. 4, A. G. Specialists' night.ProipliBelialileSemccGnaraitei. day jr
and the World's Diathetic Institute
'. IB pained at thought of the needless we don't know what a problem is, and Vest. 0., series of 1902 provides for the ,
the two institutions that the club
: waste of that much good liquor. there is not a problem of any Kind discharge of enlisted men prior to the ,
If some of our enterprising contemporaries I would represent will stand for everything
for the world to solve. expiration of their term of enlistment. We also conduct a Freight Delivery I
The party of gentlemen and ladies who are expending so much that is enlightening, elevating. Business-haul I
pianos. safe.
Have done with the mighty folly "By reason of engagement in busi-
It from Milwaukee\ that paid our city a brain force in a premature search for noble, grand and good and againstever.thlllg machinery and furniture at KeaonI
of politicians. Look the thing squarein ness, such as precludes you from reg- able Prices.
yisit a day or so before Mardi Gras. an acceptable democratic candidate that is degrading ignoble
the fac.e Concede the problem ularly attending the drills! and meet. Telephone your orders to F. K
while making their rounds through would devote more of their energy to servile, niggardly, grovelling and bad.
face the is- Pou's Livery tables, Phone '
I confess the difficulties ings of your company battery or 31. or
the South saw some things on their a plan to bring out more democratic The Association intends expand a Mrs. H. H. Hallmark' Residence
sues and solve them as time and band, and sa "Applications upon ,
travels that pleased them and some votes they would serve the party to 'billion dollars, first and last, on and Phone 354.MERCHANTS.
strength and patience and courage: the above grounds may be made either -
that they saw fit to criticize in an a far better purpose. Rest assured through those institutions, in the effort -
I and wisdom will be given us to grapple by you or your company commander. TRANSFER1CO.: .
unfriendly manner. It is so easy to that if the prospect is encouraging to improve human conditions
it. If made by you, application
see other's faults and be blind to there will be no lack of candidates. throughout the world. MRS.H. H. HALLMARK, Prop
It is all well enough to urge people -I should have been made in the form of
i one's own. We observe that travelers Address me at Denton, Texas. HARRY HALLMARK: Transfer JAgt.
not to stir and not to agitate it. a ]letter to Adjutant-General, forwarded
from other lands find as much TO Very truly yours L. .t X, R. It. to.,r.and P.A A, IMv
and that counsel is good, but when :! through; military channels.
to criticize in the northern as in the i j r Homer Yergan a 19-year-old: lad, I A. G. LEE.
it comes up and wherever it comes ] :nd. ly the terms of your enlistment I
j. southern states. Let the Milwaukee I(I was recently arrested at \\lnamac.Ilu .
up it must be considered and the' you owed obedience to your I.
folks first cast the beam out of their 'L <1., for stealing a set of harness I KC/.KMA. NO Cl"tt7.\o: PAY. I Tin
men who go about it in times like :,' superior officers, and the performance I
, town (' 'e.lil and was sentenced to the reformatory Your druggist will refund your money If
this saying there is no race problem for the indeterminate period of lof all military duties lawfully required -; PA7.O 01'>iT'll';:'. r fails to cure Ringworm, I,
I It may as well be understood that are just about on a par with a man form two to fourteen years. It has of you, until discharged. I I Tetter Old Ulcers and !bnret. Pimples and GROLL? CQVIinleale I

all the to the Columbian who in the epidfmic of sma'.lpox! I ::rd If your business: was such Blackbvmls on the face, and all eklD discases. -;
; opposition i become known that he so arranged 50 cents !
It lil with the contagion spreading and that it prevented you from attending
canal treaty in the guise of amend- the theft that he would be caughtin I \ anti
the mortality increasing, would go I the drills, or performing' the service
jnenta fur I
the of dela And i
purpose ) had n..tail i I c: .
; the act. lie said that he long I Would it not be just as well for j rll'I'
that delay is about dibarpiin the health officers j which you were charged before the I
icirelyto gratify oneman's wanted to learn a trade because his : the house to be allowed to settle that j HKAIHjUAKTKIlS nut
\ \anity. It is Known and admit- and demoralizing the quarantine by I| summary court with having neglectedor !
'education was: so limited that he speakership mattfr?
II i ted that the principal amendment demanded declaring;: that there was not a case ;j jof '' failed to perform jour course was
'could! not hope to make a Huns! in Family, Fancy and Staple
ij l \iz: the cession of the canal sickness in town. :| to have appeared bei'ore such court I .
any other way. When lie applied For Over MIIJ lear*
zone to the United States in perpetuity It is just as well to be frank and I{ I when ordered to do so and there have i .< Groceries, *
fur la- ,
|: work he found that the rule MBS. WlNSLOW'B HOOTHISB STECP: ha
to talk: and work with yonr eyes I IulIpn. presented such excise or reason-5
is !
isnposible because it would be '
1'' : hor unions shut him out and he could: been used for over sixty years by uiillioutol I and All Kinds of Up-to-date Fan :.
\44 in violation (rf the Columbian constitution. j] whit would have been taken! cognizance -I mothers for their cnildren wbile teething GOOdi.I .
not lin.l employment. I Ie went to Chi'caso -
i Il It takes two to make a bargain 'I of by the court. with perfect f ucccss. It soothes tbe child 'I
and several other places! hut he Wf are Sole Distributor for W' .'
PROSPERITY AND THE DEMGC- 4th. You elected instead, disregard I softens the guma.allnyt all I'Rln.cure8wID
and the terms in the treaty are i to I Florida
I r. j I could get no work in any shOI to sollc and Is the best lemi-dy for DiarrhoeaIt for the Celebrated Cafe :

I the best that could be made with the RACY. J I !e3rl a trade, although he offered the orders of your superior officers -. wlll re'leve! the poor little sufferer Immediately Monde Cotlee, Sweet Home MoU

to greedy little South American republic (Savannah.\ I I and to ignore he court. which I fold by DraggUts every part "es, IHini and Climax Flour, IUyl -

\: and its consent is yet to he secured K\,Senator Vest is j to bind himself for a term of years. constituted an offense against military of the world. Twenty-live cents a bottlf i Delicatessen German Am| e r i'c a'
'0 said he found it Imposible to get I Food Co.'s Canned Meats Etc. Ai
I lie sure you ask for"M rs.Wlnslow'g HoolhngPyrop
I, through ratification by the Columbian that if I he country as an apprentice to a trade.! I law, helm? to the prejudice of good and take no other bind. I of which are sold by nil first-cla

: congress. \Vhat is the use of alteringthe porous well into 1'JUJ: the order and military discipline and of -- I Retail Grocers in the city.
glad to get to peui'enwhen
agreement now merely to insure party will have the b'tt,1winning '
its rejection by Columbia? Clearly the the next: presidentai work at some trade.i"IluiitII1 court-tuartial composed of officers I The NEWS is on sale by Mrs. M.

object i.4 to defeat the measure. Mr. Vest, after twcnty-to: whose service on such court was acceptable -
paign.: :- ::1tl" j Keefe at Warrington, who is authorize

yo years: of continuous service in the 'T}. to >'ott.5th. I ed to receive and receipt for any sub PENSACOLAPressil1g

; ;:;; The charge that the result of I
The Southern people noted for Is wit of
t are United States scna'e, now scriptions. Residents of the reservation -:

j their hospitality, but they suspect politics: and is aide to take an impartial A (..u.Itcbtng .. rilrs! your trial was influenced by the attitude -II I may now be supplied with copies Club

that on some occasions their courtesy jew of the !).)litical sit.u-j: BilL Protruding of your company commander toward 'of the paper several hours after the ;

/ is imposed upon. Iteceutly, for example tion. There is no Mauncht-r democrat I PI!('.. Your dru, 'uod jour I you has no wpisht for the reason -1 issue leaves the press. jj iI j

a number Milwaukee officials than he. but he does: not permit his | money U I'A/.n O1N fails to cure that the off.cer referred to could FOR CENTLEMEN.

i his you. 50 cuntsJADMIRAL not be and was not a member of the ]I j MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES !
I made a tour of the South and were politics to inflllf lice ji.lgmentwhen :
I co-irt-martial, and, th'fofoTtb:1: <1 no FROM $1.50 TO $12.50. SIXTY !
i lavishly entertained; but cii their return forecasting the future in reference ,| HIGGINSON
I K part in determining your guilt or innocence DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAM I. I One Dollar Per MonthIn
home of them I
:, ,, some expressed to iwlitical matter GONE TO NEW ORLEANS.
and fixing the penalty. NATED FELT TRY'!
themselves in terms most uncomplimentaryof He bases his opinion upon the willingness MATTRESSES. Advance to Membership.
, Cth. A review of the charges awl ONE. MARSTON & QUINA.
- the Southerners critTfi--.. of the people to accept the i i Hear Admiral Hi; insnll. command- : Clothes Cleaned and I'reted

ing their custom' finding fault with claim so persistently. made by the republicans -! er-in-Chief of the :-;'Jrthtlantic I specifications upon which you were I II |I often as desired.'our Clothes! n

'I their industry and asserting that that the present prosperity:'squadron' left this morning;; at 9:4:; i I tried, of the proceedings of the court- j Ii Hot French Waffles with Sfnt for and delivered Call at

f I there is great backwardness in everydepartment is due largely if nut wholly, to the I'' o'chs'k for New Orleans where he .11 martial, and the evidence there introduced Florida Can Syrup at1; 9 Club.>j Heath Palafox and Join tht

r \\t of acti\iiy, and condemning mgley tari!!. What the people( want i will remain for five days visiting places does not substantiate the I Solomon's.OYSTERS .

r. U the whole vipe! fir the mitdeeds ,''is pru' there is a large I| of interest and lokin; over the city. claim that the fine Imposed is eces-I I Jiss' Piaia Siirls! a Specialty!

,i !t of the few. The criticisms do not appear pt'rCI'utag-e of them who will vote for } The admiral is on board the I Hart- sive. A gross disobedience of orders AT NIC APOSTLE'S i iI j jI
awl obligations Yours
: for
t I& to l.o inspired by a friendly! spirit -' the party that can make the best ;, ford. upon which be triumphantly entered disregard of your I Fine oysters today. Try them. | ; Neatnts,
' discredit
I but tie! reverse. The Southerners showing in behaif of good times evtn the Crescent City during the as a soldier, and the NIC A POST LE. < G. W.
r can stand a sreat deal of a-lvu-e and ,I though not in sympathy with the JK>- civil war.t that time the Hartford which you endeavored to, throw upon -t II i .

oven criticism bit the advice mu
lie wise anti the criticism: just. and it 'and Admiral Hiirginson was then a poistt; ;:'os grar9 military offenses
j : : city H at J. I. r4.- p'--ns'. Go look I Chocolate with
'.hich! !less ,punishment
I> .1 should bo given with tha iu'emion to I March lieutenant on board the same vessel. 'T any it t If''D.: Whipped Cream at Solo-
than the penalty: irapo"ed vrvSul; l hI' ,
; help and not to hinder Oiir ; mon's.

, 1.! went. 11'a'e'l On Sunday next, Mr. G. Non will ina "'( :1'If'. I,
_ I April May ; open his ice cream parlors at 23 South TLe; prescribed for the payment : ''
-' The city ot New Orleans ha" just j 1'alafox Street.Hecavared of the fine imposed by the general ,' STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
I I sent: an invitation to Mr. Shaw thjjSocrotary i| There s a Lest time for doing i i cout-martial is hereby extended WANT IN SIDEBOARDS, CHINA' -

> of the United Stated!| everything: -that is, a time when a i'I'j : Speech and Hearina.I to March 17, Ib'tf: being ten days t
CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS.'udgiu's \ 'Jetwel'n
Treasury, to VISit that city at hioj I[ thin; can IKJ lone to the best advantage Messrs. Ely Iros.-I commenced from the date of action upon your pe- i, Ftnuacnla ana MItnn-II.

earliest convenience and has receivjd I mo>t easily and most effectively. I usir.our Cream Dam! about two tition. j i I Uann Dally Except Sunday.
flit 3:
I esf for DC.i .
Now is the bet
> a favorable r?ply.! An invitation time jears ao for catarrh. My voice was Respectfully j "CITY OF TAMPA."

was about the same time sent to the II for purifying: your blood. Why? I i somewhat thick and my hearing was \V. S. JENNINGS, !i. ---
Because CT Milton _.6m am Lv
new t't'l'retaryIr.. C rte! 'ou. These your system now trying ':dull. My hearing has been fully! restored Governor and Ommander-in-chief UNITED STATES MARSHAL'SI irF n>kcolaki: )am Ar Milton 5'II;i.m

invitations were sent bIr.. M. J. to purify it-you know this by the I and my speech has become quite of Florida State Troops. SALE. ; Fare.floc; Round trip.lisxi.
pimples and other eniptions'thathave
Sanders President of the New Or- clear. I am a teacher in our town. !

'Jeans Progressive Union. The News come on your face and body. j: L. G. BHO\VX. Sample> bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Northern District of Florida. i i ij

would suggest: the linKlm0 and advlsibility Hood's Sarsaparilla Grander. Ohio. fwamp-R' : the en-.,t kidney, livf dit->r I j I By virtue of an Order of Sale issued JEWELER HIS
and buddur rtn l.v, are beiuir out of the United States District
of similar invitations beins The balm does not irritate or caus tribute hfrpfrow r u5e, free. Have
for the Northern
District of
gent by the IJisiness League of Per.- and Pills |itneezing. Sold by druggists at ; 0eta. you received oaf? on the ninth day of March, 1903 NEW STAND

: cola for it is quite likely that in Are the medicines to take-they do j or mailed by Ely Bros.. JS Warren -. I 1 tice is hereby given that I will sell

case these gentlemen accept the invitation the work thoroughly and agreeably street, New York. Mr. G. Neri has thoroughly painted \i I by public auction for cash on Tues-

| refitted hs ice cream parlors at : day, the twenty-fourth day of :
I to visit! New Orleans they can and never fail to do" it. i and March

be Induced to visit this city on th IIoixl's are the medicines j 23 South I'alafox street and will on 11&03: at 12 o'clock M., at Apalachicola -, I hare moved my jewelry s'ore r

you Fla., the American steam screw 120 South Palafox .
E. W. PEAKE formerly o- '
next thruw his doors open to
t>*ame trip. The prominence given to have always heard recommended. Sunday "Alpha", her engines, boilers, machinery -

Fonsaola by the extended visit of -;I 'annot retontmu'id 11oqwl. a:,. t'ari:3 Electrical contractor and builder, the lovers of the famed neapolitan boats tackle apparel, appurtenances pled by IJa** & Co., and am u w

: the warships in the harbor would naturally too..highly; a-. a.M>rms ?'....t'.in.. .-. W't-n 'ue will do electrical work in first- creams that he has served for years. and furniture, as the now better prepared than ever to giv-
tjk it in th- 'pnrz I f.. -te.rthrn'ih h your .
lies at the wharf. great bargains; In diamonds; ,watct >-
the will doubtless lIe
command umr.iittss. H. This announcement
1'0:11elh'ntlon ;:> NEAL. Met>*ys. Pa. class style and at reasonable rates.
I !I I T. F. McGQURfN, jewelry, etc. Call and see me ai
from lhee members of the president's Hoed's Sarsaparilla promises to He can be found at 30 cub Palafox read with pleasure i>y Mr. Neri's 'I United States Marshal.
cure and keeps the promise. let me convince you.J. .
I, cabinet. I street. Phone 203. friends and patrons. lira lOt. 1. STEPHENS.

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Drier Clert sary on account of the large number No. oeoa.
A M OII Y expected to be present.This W. C. O'NEAL, Praildeirt; M. E. CLARK Cashier; i
t. J. FOSHEE.Ylc..p.'ideni; JOHN PFEIFFER, Ati't CuhlftF. '

U mm( Ma, tot t Office Has HEWS flOTES Is "officers night" at the op-

I Elessti! Eipsrfewe f ithpaine's era Forecast house. for Pensacola and Vicinity AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF

:-Increasing cloudiness tonight; PENSACOLA, FLA. t 1
Celery J. R. cat Lane, a saw mill man from Friday rain; light to fresh northeast

Genera, Aia.. is at the Merchants to- winds. Designated Depository of the United States.

day. Condensed Statement at the close of basinet Feb. 9,1903. '
Compound The Wortman courtmartial proceedings

Mrs. Dave Shuttleworth is reported ai the navy yard were not com RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.

very ill at her tome on East Ro- pleted as had been expected but adjourned Loams and Discounts........... ........ ... f336,072.9o Capital Stock ...... .... .. .... ..... ,... .... 200000.00 IP
Toe World's Best Sprlig >IBedieice.j. street.M. Demand Loans..... .................. .... 1228C654 Surplus .... .. ....... ... .... .. .. ...... .. .... 20,000.00 I:
mana till tomorrow Oferdrafts............... ........ .......... 1,16002 Undivided Profits..... ....... .... ..... .... 690.76
'!' .od plays an important part 0. 8. Bonds and Premiums.............. 213.806.87 Circulation.............. ...... ........ ..... 125,000.00
'r .-ical economy, and in a A. Boyett a well known merchant Stocks ........,...... ......
i in securities etc 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid.. .... ...... ...... ..... .. 180.00 +
.,. : ,''j'" constitutes a large part of Andalusia Ala., is at the THE FEAR OF HUMBUG Furniture an J 6.718.49 Deposits ...... .............. ..........,..... 565,649.54
;:;':,, ', ,r. laxly Unhealthy condi- Merchants today Cash and Exchange...... .................. 223.170.2i t{,
: ,f tt iife stream affect serious. t.yj
a 5 Prevents Many People From Tryinga b
a, 'Ir'S of the human system. Miss M. 'E. Kehoe reported the _

'f ii G ,,: unnecessary to remind in- committee work for the Woodmen of Good Medicine. I Total..... .... .... ...... .. .. ............. 1911,420.10 Total.... .... .... .......... .... ,.......... $911,420.10 t
I, ii.i>Iile that, when vitality is the World convention.Alex. Stomach troubles are so common This bank opened for business October 231900. We respectfully solicit your patrouage and we will five '
and in most cases so obstinate to four business prompt, courteous and careful attention. x

McKinnon, a timber man from cure that people are apt to look with 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.

Muscogee, is in the city today, stop- suspicion on any remedy claiming to

ping at the Merchants. be a radical, permanent cure for
dyspepsia and indigestion. :Many! such

.. Police Officer Mike Puhtell was pride themselves on their acutenessin 14' Tr.r

fined $5 in the police court yesterday never being humbugged especially -

morning on a charge of cursing. in medicines.

.. .: This fear of being humbugged can
There will be a meeting of the Reorganized
be carried to far, so far, in fact that
church of Jesus Christ of
people suffer for with Poor Beer Pure Beer
many years
Latter, Day Saints tomorrow night at vs.
weak digestion rather than risk a ,
7 o'clock at o-2S East Chase street.J. .
.. i little time and money in faithfully

\. $ II. Patterson and daughters of testing the claims made of a prepare ;
Both cost alike one costs the maker
pX you yet
--y" Seminole Ala., are in the city today ation so reliable and universally used .r

A for the purpose of visiting the war as Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. twice as much as the other. One is good,

A vessels. They are guests of the Mer Now Stuart's Dyspepsia Tabletsare

..\-,- chants. vastly different in one important and good for you ; the other is harmful. ;

." { There were eleven cases on the : respect from ordinary proprietary Let us tell where the difference lies. .
: medicines, for the reason that they i you ,
.. .<, docket in the police court yesterday.
,! y..if I are not a secret patent medicine; no .i-
f. Three continued and fines
cases were '
t_,_S :;;? secret is made of their ingredients, POOR BEER PURE BEER b
amounting to $'I 0 were imposed. The; .
but analysis shows them to II
collection! of three of the fines
F MCCARTHY, was the natural digestive ferments, pure i I is easy to brew. calls for the best materials-the t'

Kovlmry Mass. suspended. aseptic pepsin, the digestive acids The materials are cheap. The best that money can buy. .

- Grand Matinee Saturday by the Golden Seal bismuth, bydrastis and brewing may be done under any The brewery must be as clean as +

'ic appetite fails, when I lIunt1ey. loorc Co. Play "Lost Para mix. They are not cathartic, neither'do sort of surroundings. your kitchen; the utensils; clean. :9

., I Iy tired feelings and dise." Prices: Children l<'ic; Adults, | they act powerfully on any organ, Cleanliness is not important, for The cooling must be done in filtered
when headaches and in-I for the common the users never see it brewed air, in a plate glass room. ;.'
. '..alas 20 cents No extra charged re- I but they cure indigestion on ,',.
: i our days miserable
II Any water will do. No air: is too The product must be aged for
. Inns;*, skin troubles and I served seats. Now on sale at Coe'sBexok sense plan of digesting the food ;

cause alarm, that the condi- store. eaten thoroughly before it has timeto impure for the cooling. months, until thoroughly fermented, I ..

" it., bUxid calls for prompt at- ferment sour and cause the mis No filtering, no sterilizing: ; almost else it causes biliousness i

Mr. J. S. Durham the popular chief. This is the only secret of no ageing, for ageing ties up money. The beer must be filtered, then
have delayed the work of Wright street barber has just returned What is the use of expense and sterilized in the bottle.
j' ; the blood in the past months, their success.
home from a ten day trip throughhalf i care when there is no reputation to You're always welcome to that brew-
\ 'laimt with safety allow the I Cathartic pills never have and
. time to pass without some! a dozen states. lie says the indigestion and defend ?- cry for the owners are proud of it. It( ,
.- "' In your part to rid yourself of boom at Gulfport, Miss, beats anything never can act When few people who drink it know And the size of it proves the eventual Y.
troubles because they
, stomach
and dangers. In the spring he ever saw. even the name of the maker. success cf worth. I
" ', 1'aine's Celery Compound ef- entirely on the bowels whereas the
..Iy removes all impurities from The Presbyterian Sunday school pupas whole trouble is really in the
.il, so that the vital fluid goes have organized a fine singing
stomach. Schlitz is beer famous for
a fifty
health-restoring mission to. pure years.
class under the instruction of Prof. tablets taken
Stuart's dyspepsia
.gs, brain and all other
acing; you vigorous and I I Spencer. The class meets at the Presbyterian after meals digest the food. Thatis To maintain its standard, we double the necessary ; "

i r,il stronger than ever be- church at 7:3u: this eveningand all there is to it. Food not digested ,,t.

'.' f Di'io-1!.'. McCarthy Money Order, Uoxbury Clerk, at the. same hour every Thursday or half digested is poison as i cost of our brewing. Don't you prefer a pure \.

"M member of the evening.The it creates gas acidity headaches, I '
: beer
beer healthful beer when it :
i iI a good a costs
,' of ,
1 1. nnbiis, writes thus- reading
iss Valuable my appreciation remedy, Home Missionary Society meets with t!I flesh and appetite and many other no more than the common ? 't,

Coispo.ind. I had Miss Ollie Andrews on East Wright troubles which are often called by

'i' violent itching street Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. some other name. Ask for the brewery bottling. ;+

t. ooup'.o! with All members and friends are cordially They are sold by druggists everywhere i NrF +

nature blood.! Af- invite The first subject discussedwill at 50 cents per package. i 0
.'!fiery Compounding !
of the WorlY. ,:'
and swelling be the "Origin
If you are !;scrofulous dyspeptic ,;
.t.'I. and after use \ U. Goodman, who left Pensacola rheumatic, troubled with kidney complaint -
11.11(1 myself! in (
I several months ago and located at I goner?! debility, lacking!'

Vacaulle: California, has sonuned 'strength take Hood's Sarsaparilla.WILL .

from there to Fairfield in the same
RE. ;!L SEC.CES! f
AT M. E. CHURCH Mate, where he becomes a partner in SIX WEEKS.

the law firm of Co ;hlan &: Harvey, -

,. M Mcintosh will be- under the firm name of Coghlan!; Harvey It is stated en good authority that i

at the I'alafox & Goodman.The the batle-shij squadron will remain in ,
The Beer That Hade Milwaukee Famous J
least six :
v ( ire), next Sunday Pensacola harbor for at
News acknowledges the receipt
.. 'inw ten and pert weeks more. L. BEAR & CO., Wholesale: Agents for Pensacola. l'
of the report of the adjutant-gen I'
t The ships will not remain at their I
.. eral of the state of Florida for the ,. anchor ao-n -- ------
> is expected to'jjilfinontiil preen -o n
rear 1H02.! : The report contains much i ..
of their stay, but will be in port
byi <
| in
valuable information regarding the Every Step
: ," invited by a greater portion of the time. They
militia of the state and its finished appearance ..
I will go out occasionally for target Any Light
reflects great creo.lltlpon
d n services a day- practice on the Gulf.
State Printer I. 13. Hilson. -AT-
1 .1. the forenoon and Photography is Simple*t (and Simplest f
refracting optician, Waffles with is best) with a
: .'lock in the after- Dr. IMlamore, Hot French

i f >-r\iec fur Snn- 11.'sh'psIS to state to the public that Florida Cane Syrup at I l I

I.,. ai.noiiueed Sun- at the solicitation of many patrons Solomon's! I Iu KODAKAND BRAWNER'SiTo

'u-: stmce.ciiihcs who are unable to attend at other

at Palafox times, he has consented to keep his % Place Like Bums .
Saturday until S The home should be the uppermost make for Immense Stock of
will |I..' moved tot office open on room my Spring 1
thought in a woman's mind, not only
; o'clock. Dr. DiMIamore! is receiving
r.a like meeting how it. but how to Improve it )
to Keep
such a large patronage that his time I and to keep a healthy interest in It'Ihi Kodak Developing Goods, which is now Arriving Daily. fti

is fully occupied, thus necessitating ----- -
I iniiplc < hours. I vital Interest Machine. I of ort.Filli"hpd I 30 doz :'oJ ell'pI All W/)1I1 Red Undershirt lj
9.1y:l in\iu-d to at- longer office life docs not end a 3i)00 yards 7 'J I -
In smirinc, furnishing and Bleached Domestic worth Go, to ?, worth U special 75c; drawersto t
'tn->i? m ftinss.I ; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cohen desire us match. .
I nuke room, at 4'oCyard.
u-.unliiiiin ji home. It should) \lie but Developing Machine in :
.Slip a your
cxp.| cted. Uev.i that the invitations to the reception i i 47 Ladies' Rp3dy-tn-Vrear Rainy-
to say and I! 3H)0) Fitchville 4 Bleached
the li'ginning offfoit to make case when you travel and finish your yards i
.> .1\ in many rei of )Ir. Alex. Rosenau and Miss I maintain the home perfect, however pictures anywhere. I I D.mestlc. worth 9c, to make room, [1882 Day each.Skirts worth $1.&U, !!'pecia.lsale

i I'i fortunate in Cohen who are to be marriedon To take carp of at 7c yard. t
Daisey wxl the b 'ii.niujr. ,
S "{; Kodacks, $5 to $7; I j :29 LidieV Ready to-Wear Rainy- i
next Wednesday night will be one's i>o.ossk.n means mental effort 2300; yard Londale and Fruit 4 Dny Skirt, guaranteed all wool, %
honored at the Progress Club insteadof as well is pbysieal-tueans system and Kodak Developing Machines Bleached Dumt "tic, worth lUc to I worth #4, special sale 52.48 each.
and $7.50
Hot Chocolate"with Garden street as is order and etorml vipil.inw. if this $6 mike room at &.'4'c yard. I 60 Licie! Black and Colored
Whipped Cream at Solo- at H'l'8t care is not ;:i\pn or is relaxed In the Brownie Cameras, $1 and $2. I 10.000 yards 4-1 Unbleached Dome Worsted skirt", worth $I W, special q1 I
men's. sued. This change becomes neces- lijtitt in } 4l4'c yard. 37 Lidiei'' Black Tailored and Figured -
A woman's interest
tome quhkly. : We have all other Kodak supllies
lI'f11'nll' means a bit of political economy 'too. i ii I lot yard 10-4 Gold Brand Hhept- Skirts, worth |2 CO to $6, special ;
lug, worth iSo, to make room at 13c saMl.iiH! toll 13 each. 4.
$ I that has Ito parllh'l. yard.10uuyjnN104. lie doz :Men's All Wool Camel'a
: Mr. C5. Xen, who is famous for his |I I I pperal Bleached Hair Under-hJrts, worth $!.&). spee- l'
delicious cream, will open his saloon !I Ii M7COE i,1U1 ; drawH1 to mutch, in White
SPECIALTIES .* I Sheetihir, worth 23'oCto, make room,
J. Red and Fawn colors.
t i Sun 1 i
at :2i South Palafox street next i at 11-J yard.
I 25: doz.! Boy's and Girls' Ribbed
day. |I II 730 yard 104 Pepperal Hleachf'dt'5he..tiflz and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at .
worts 2::ic, to mike room, '
toe drawers to match. 1i
I ;
I BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, at 202 yud.R"m..mbH. I i 21 di.z. and Oir!' and
.SOL .. we carry a full line of Red All Wool Undershirts at Me; '1 -
Take Laxative P.roroo Quinine Tablets 203 South Palafox Street, Boys' Pant, from 3 to 16 age, at II drawers to match. 'f!
I. on enrybuI.C.
This signature: (Jtfll) ffj&mrt prices to suit everybody. We carry a full line of Ladies', ;i 1 1Ien'
1t1.\I.1' 'l\nam'I': OUKES TUKTLB MEET PENSACOLA 70 dez :Men's Heavy French Neck and Boy' and Girls' Shoes j

It: '1\1 t-;... .ot..I.\I, SOKI-SHKI.U it', TOTW.'PEAKE'S .- -- Moreno Undershirts, special: 20c; that we can save you 23c on. r1
CHI fa a ri<*u UOK- CO drawers to match. Remembf-r-We carry a full line .: ,
tile zest
('ulot >H. oc.
\ tl'twlIIIIiLu.tT6ltg; KIPI'FItKOIIERltl\G. :\0.30 South Palafox street, for your !; ftr tr) dos Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts of Men's Clothing BJugnt at uOc on .p. 1
TUNNY }'Uill.A. electrical work He is prepared to worth 50c, special 33c; i dollar. We wilt close them out at
drawers: to ma tch. just >,4 price off other merchants.
,.. "' Generally Kept in a First-Class Grocery. PHONE 178. do you a first-class job at moderate .: ,
BINKLEY friend
.r.g A. C. desires; his
Phone 203.

........- S prices. and the! public know that t e has We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress ;jr I
Moved to Room 508, Thiesen building -

B. H. FAIRCHILD, where be will continue as heretofore Goods at New York Wholesale Prices. :

QP80LeTXFLTR; : a general law practice. :9

:'aroef Work and Refinishing Furniture a NOW OPEN! Barter> Us ft! C ,

DENTIST. Specialty. F. u. BRAWNER i
Photo 403. ,

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-- BOWLING allEY IC5 S. Palafox Si .j

R. K. WHITE, I .

2S1: ? Palafox Street, % Old Armory Building. AV itchmaker, Manufacturing Jewelerand ,j

(!-O\\\ 'KNI BRIDGE| WORK A SPECIALTY. Graduate Optician. No. 11 W Est t IntedE cia StrciL Laxative *Rromomnine y i A PJl 00CtrrasColdbOneDq. v rybox. e

lI:XS.COL.FL..\. It 8 itk Fllafoi St.,. Feiiuola FU Opposite;. McHngh's. D 2 DI'I W.CQ' 25c<< :1'

1 .' ..ij-rip......,..,.. .y.. -. a'?o".k,<._... -. -,' ., ...... ,..14.r /
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:.'-> :,.,'.:;-'.:::' DEFENDS THE mm) CURES He was poelflve that he bumped bis
1 bead when he fell.

li* I 1 i' "You see it all happened Just aa I Best for medicinal

::.;-.. RESOLUTIONSWISCONSIN imitTBS: CRE1T ATTrmOS AJ05GTflffi'JG stepped off the porch" he said as he uses

R t '.; :... \Q; iu.I rubbed the back of his thought reposi

'I,'". tory.

1 :. :' -- 'My heel touched the corner I of the Tour physician will tell you that yon should always have some rood -*
; deBS
"J ','' -' EDITOR SAYS HE : step, and I was gone. I nearly fractured j house. For accidents, fainting spells exhaustion,and other emergency civ

... "Y- my skull. The stars loomed up like a i and revives. But you must have rood whbkey.pure whiskey.for poor whisk a. UsJ
whisker may do decided barm. HAYNER WHISKEY just what you ntil
i \ DID NOT MEAN OFFENSE- constellation. I never saw sfcirs as *
; direct from our own distillery to you with all its original strength r'.chnt T.
: \V1ican't we come plainly In my life." I carrying a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARAS1
: PROBABLE SENATE WILL KILL ITY and AGE and saving the dealers' We bave
But p\pa"-hls son enormous profits. over a a"
: over to house and young j
your I attemptj I million satisfied customers, exclusively family trade wbo know it is btit fi J
.; ? but the
ed to ,
play anymore RESOLUTIONS. interrupt purposes and prefer It for otter uses. Than. why YOU should try it. Your Cc: j Ta
: Because papa pets so would not permit It. I you are not satisfiedDirect

mad when we make a i "Don't contradict what I say. Frank. i
little bit of noise. I
.- I makes him that I because you know I am older than you > from
; way What? Madison, Wis., March 11.-In all' are," said the pater. our distillery to YOU

l"r1na it's dyspepsia probability the Hatten resolutions, "But, papa" I """
4 says *
Ims Dulirs1 Profits I PniMlt Adultiraiion 1 I.
: takes him act providing for an interstate conference : "Frankr"But : ,
I know didn't bump
papa you
so frsoy.That's on the race problem, will be
:. about the way your hl'ad.nd you didn't see stars I

it strikes the small boy. killed in the senate Wednesday morn either. It was the ashes from your j HAYNER

I : The dyspeptic 11.15''no ing. Senator Hatten will make a pipe. I guess I saw you." WHISKEY

... -., idea of his own unreasonableness strong effort to have them adopted, And Trunk was reprimanded for hai- i

'.. ? or barsh- but appearances, following the reassembling Ing his say.-In ,
ness. Little things are r
: .. .:' magnified and seem to of the legislators after I I PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE

I : justify his quick anger. the Sunday recess, are quite indica- Yielded to the iuesltalIe.

I ...... .:.':.: dyspeptic There's health! for the the of their defeat if pressed to a Mrs. Frances Stafford,of 243 E.I j I r.a50no! you have a titled son-in- FULL $O-20 EXPRESS
I happinessfor
.. \'Oton the day on which they come law. I suppose you consider him a 4
; ;A-1 ; the family by the 114th St., N.Y. City, adds her tes.
use of Doctor lieice's up for consideration. The cause is high; honor.I QUARTS O PREPAID
GoMen.Medical Discovery. the unanimous maner in which the timony to the hundreds of thou I Tril, .' -Well. yes. he did come rather -

It cures diseases of the stomach governors of Suotkern states Lave sands on Mrs. Pinkham's files. : high! but Carrie wcmed sort of set

and other organs of digestionand uyon buying him.Boston TranscriptMore TTe will wnd you TOUR FTLL QUAUT nOTTLES of R.-\\ 'ER'S PEVENYEAKOLU -
nutrition, and restores perfect scored Mr. Hattea's rlans and the When Lydia E. Pinkham's Iteme- -- RYE for fj,y>. and \le \\ill pay the express chares. Try it and
dies were first introduced skepticsall Riots.: if you don't find it all right and as good as you ever used or can buy from
health and strength, IA enabling! atacUs of Southern Even
newspapers.! anybody else at any price, send It back at our expense and your t3 2u will be -
.. the perfect digestion and assimilation the North has ujt been a unit in fa- over the country frowned upon |I Disturbances of strikers are noti returned to you by next maiL Just think that offer over. How could it be
of fool.I their curative claims Imt as i fairer If you are not perfectly satisfied you are not out a cent. Better let us
\or of the plan year nearly as grave as an individual dis- Bend you a trial order. If you don't want four quarts yourself, get a friend to
have UVen one h>l.te nf Dtl't r ?'s after year has lulled by and the of the Overwork join you. Shipment made in a plain sealed case wIth no marks to show what's '
order loss
system. ,
('...tlt' Med'i al lJi;.-J"f r h.'t.: -tun Senator Hatten returned to the little of i inside.!
who had
31:.\ livtr i,' : >' n-it "'Tltc- Mr C1. group women been .| of sleep, nervous tension will! be fol. Orders for Ariz.,Ca!., Col.Idaho, Mont. Ver.. N.Slei. Ore,Utah.Wash
I, \ViNon. of y". i ,IP c'\i i:>i!'', I>'i''t '- n Co capital irwn his Louie in Waupaca cured by the 'new discovery has: lowed by utter collapse, unless a reliable or AVj-n. must he on the basis of 4 (Onarts for .l.OO rv tUpress -

! coinmtnceil N. C. "II:..". hat Vr :no y"r bad rut fiiKl's S:in-since-in I county tonight tir find that he had since grown into a vast army of remedy is immdiately employ. ITepaid or go Quarts for 810.UO by Freight I'rep&id.

fact have nut !,!It )like the same irin. lie- become a figure in the national eye hundreds of thousands, doubts and I ed. There's nothing so efficient toI Write our nearest oZc and do it NOW.
fore I to-ik the 'Gven11"11,1! Ii'covety have been cure disorders of the Liver
skepticisms I Kidneys
swept or -
1 c< distn-js. but nw I can cat atntnn I by a mighty flood, until todaythe as Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY

wiiU without bating uspliaaaul fixiiii: "s." legislature on last Friday. He was great good that I.J'lhI 'I' tonic, and effective nervine ATLANTA* GA. CAYTON OHIO ST. LOUIS Ma ST. PAUL, MINN.

Dr. Pierce'S Pleasant Pellets reminded of the fact on every Land. 1'inkhain's Vegetable Compound ( and the greatest all around medicine

I cleanse and regulate the bowels. Fellow senators surorunded his. and her other medicines are doing 'i for run down systems. It dispels 1:1 DISTILLZBT, TBOT, 0. ESTABLISHID: 1865...

desk m groups throughout the even : among the women of America i isattracting > :Nervousness: Rheumatism and
: ;: :Neuralgia: and expels Malaria germs. i,
the attention of of .
ins. each one making some comment many --- --- ----- --- -
Only 50c. and satisfaction
The Cat and tlie Doufflinntt. upon his resolutions and some indulging our leading scientists, physicians' by \V. A. D'Alemberte, druggist guaranteed -i

This Is a true story that my grandmother in facetious remarks regarding and thinking people. 121 S. Palafox street
: told me about her cat and dog. Merit alone could win such fame ; WICKE & CO.
I the reception his plan had met
" She used to Cud the {'()\'pr off her wise, therefore, is the woman who I
that her with throughout the states of the You want a good piano tuner to
I doughnut jar and also noticed for a cure relies upon Lydia E.

doughnuts disappeared.! South. Apparently the widespread Pinkhaui's Vegetable Compound. stay in Pensacola, still you hold Plumber Gas and Steam filter

I One day she heard a nol .. and found interest aroused over the proposed back your order. Send it in. I have ,

that litT cut \va* 011 the shelf where had 20
; scheme was a great surprise. mulfa-I r Alarm Boundary Line. years' experience and ha"eworked

I the doughnuts were kept. "1 have no criticism to offer," said The Italian government has erected in several piano factories. No.. 6 South Palafoz Street.
. Then It put Its paw In the jar and Orders left at Johnson's book store .
I along the Swiss-Italian! frontier
Senator flatten "but I fear the critics
many AH Kinds
01 Plumbing and Gas Materials
drew out a doughnut: and pushed oft miles of will be attended to. Fittings Kept on Hand
the slu-lf. and the .In.:. who was Unik- do not understand the spirit intended bolH. The object Is netting to Lung with CHAS.V.. PBESSLEY. IWLHiI5 125 '. "u1nLA.. FI.,'.
: prevent contrabandists I
, In:,: up at the eat tauht: the doughnut by the resolutions. The race ,
sending over the frontier .
dogs -- ----- --- --- -- --
: in his mouth and ate it. problem is a great one, and one that -- -- -- -
and other animals loaded with dutiable -
:1 When tt:.- found they wi-r caught:: interests all the people of the coun WEEKLY SCHEI3UL* t:"
poods n plan that has proved profitable -
t'It'Y aetitl very guilty. _)ur I'our try. It should be raided above sectional to smugglers in the past, ait POP. STEAM DIVISION SAMUEL CHARLES,

1'04..1..1 Frit'mls. factional and political lines. was carried on mainly I when guards PE18C.t-.t ELC'flLtr fl1LMl I .i
: A Tilronull ) uar Hand. I The resolutions which I introducedlast could not see. The dogs) are trainedto tAlLW\V COMPANY. l {j BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
carry their loads to the accomplicesof Trains leave t'f'l"cb for the Lttn
week not designed to
Not a real hole, you know, but juta were the smugglers; on the other side of Ha"oaHIg );"'0.., WarrlLiton,Na., Van REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
siniplo: httle; tll"to\ luaUe you think i arouse any sectional feeling.: If carried and Fort Barrancas at
the line. The netting:; has nut yet been 6:30 1.UI.arrive at Fort Barrancai 7:1I1.r. b u1J Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes, Leather &
you s\t> one. It i-> what the M' !'util 1: out ia the spirit intended, there =:.: Finding
I carried the entire length; of the frontier 10uu a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas: ..n
, jxiipK' rail in llliisiou.Koll I will be no ground far criticism on but will soon be 1:00 p.msrrlve at Fort Harrancai l;.ipn I riMioM: Bi4. 00. sOt'iII FAhitox STKKKT.'J. : : .
' cOJUpl'tetl.0 I|| 8:80 m.arrive at tort Karrancat .:1& '
u;> .1 Ilt.'e of stiff: writing: p.iperso pn
twt'ln'I I that point. 1 know the people of the one can climb over It, says the Springfield -', 8lo p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancai 7:(<0c a
:i'; to make a tube abiut arrive Fort Barrancai
fcUOp m. at Bt5p.a
'j, I South Irorn personal association with UepnUiean, as the bells would '
t indies lit K'ttnth and one huh in diameter Trains leave Fort Barrancai for PUll E. DUJ3UISSOX fc9 BROTHER
them, and understand hjw: jealous give warning of such an attempt The oola at ,
Hold this ilo-f to right
your eye
f.kl1 1 \ their affairs. But I haresaid height ID thought to be tOO great forPIU't't.s 7:15a.m. arrive at Pensacola._. 8:00: i..1&
own as
I 1)!) I with your rW.t;; lal1111..1 ktrp both to be thrown 11UO: p. m. arrive at Pensaoola,_llilpn I 'OllXEU T.\lmlGOSA AM) ISTl-: lNCtA STKKKTS.

: 1; pys wide ojn'n.jj : no interference with them is over. Experiments 8:00 p.m. arrive at Feniaool_ S:45 1=.11
I have proved that the cost of &:00 p m arrive at Fensacola___ 6:45 pn Cealers in
:i 'j Now, ojH'u your !left Land and hold proposed. The resolution, if read 1:00 p. m.arrive at Peniaoola...,_. Tt5p,
the) .sidi of it asrain-t: tu! tube about I this netting will be fully covered by 8:46 p. m, arrive It Peniaool.......... !M D..
carefully! to the I
ought not Choice
arouse and
the estra duties obtained from persona Saturday only 'e Staple Family Groceries os
'. two JiK-h.-s from the far end and a hole ,
prejudice of anyone who would otherwise escape FABE FOB WEEK DATS.
will in the middle of that hand.
appear Peniaoola to Fort Barrancai and return tifentacola Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too many to enumerate,
I The best pill 'neath the stars and to Navy Yard and return..... tuFeniaoola and Warranted to be the Best the Market Atlords and cm bRelied

', i1 Xo Kemnlndrr."Scvn A Remarkable Case. stripes; i to Palmetto ICHCDUDl.Wben Beach and. return idSUHDAT on. We can Duplicate any Order Given us During tht-

j t s-hup were standing One of the most remarkable cases ofa Little Early Risers of worldly repute. weather parmiti tbe running i I,1 Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Fart of the City.
Itthe .
:1 I I'asture'all. gripes. .
I i Ii: Tell mo" sail the teacher cold, deep-seated on the lungs, open ooacnes.teV i COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION
e I Ask for DeWitt's and take no ( Peniacola. LT Fort Barranoa.i ,
I To her scholars small.One
t! causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs. a. m. 10 a. m.
: f'- i>0 Gertrude Fenner Marion Ind. who ili.m. it m i J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.
4p. J ,l ami ran away; 1 m. ,
i small pill easy to buy, to take p. ip.m. : PHONE 66.
'i. On from st-vt'n-how many easy
was entirely cured by the use of one ip.m I p.m
Woolly hUll would stayr: and easy to act, but never failing in I Ip.m p.m. F'nD1ily Grocorw.SCCTLSSOK .
I Minute Cough Cure. She "The
I says results. DeWitt's Little Early Risers .pm pm, -
S Up went KIIt 's fni('rs- coughing and straining so weakenedme 6p.m. < p.m.
arouse the secretions and act as
; she ip.m. Tp.m. I
A furmir's ilauchtr I
Kot bo bright at r'trun.-s that I run down in weight from a tonic to the liver, curing permanent. i TAKE TOB !*U3AYi :
As ,he ought to t<-. 148 to !I:? iwmds. I tried a numberof ly. Hargis Pharmacy, John Sheppard i ,.enlaooia to art Barraneai Vary A. :::M: .A

"!'It.Ima'am""W.l. then, Kitty remedies to no avail until I used Sidney Kahn.SCHEDULE. I Peoiaoola I Ird and ratorn__.___ HI .. v'ery
to Ptimetto Baaeb aaretnrn. <
Tell us if you know. One Minute Cough Cure. Four hot .__________ Ib

Tleaie.All th.'If ret wit w.'ulollw.John Jumped.over" ties of this wonderful remedy curedme I No fff Ubt Aired after Ilh.. m.OPERAJEOUSE- ( TO AVKRY t WOOLFOLK;

entirely of the cough, strengthened AND PASSENGER ,
W. N'elsun in Little Chronicle. IMPORTER
-- ----- JOBBER OF
ray lungs and restored me to my I

I Com.I.... I.nine.A normal weight, health and strength. RATES FOR ST. ANDREWSLINE. ;
Hargis Pharmacy, John SheppardSid- HARD1STARE.
FintclL1 article It shown for a liinlt .
Fal.n.aears -
((l tim,,, thru put away. All tire fur- i hey .
t ,J. 31. COIL Jlaua ('r.I Iron, Nail, Axes, Shovfl-s. Kmr Mill
tu"hod with pencil and pnpor: avd told and Steamboat

ft I to Tite as (- lII.I'te a desi-rij-tluii! as c a"rort.I: : Supplies, Cooking and He-trinij :s ove!', Paint, Oils
tb ILl: K-d:: VJJ ha'e Aams 3'tr Th Peppaeoli, Rt. Andrews and I Window Glass. Ouns, PHoh anil }t'i hln Tackle.
l] I> )hsil)!('. but iu few words. The pal't'rure Gulf Steamship Compiuy has fixed ONE WHOLE WEEK ;

l\.\ coKfc-tt-d: and the words (.u each Wlld the following schedule and rates to I Ii BEGINNING Agate and Tiinvare ana I Ifaasiifuriitahhi Jooils.
an- iiui.tfd. A prize is Kivon to tbt'm
apply between Pensacola and the
one who l.n UM-J the fewo words iur points named : I MONDAY MARCH 9. -
i Revere Giant titched Belting, Northampton
a go'.1 tleri1st Dill. BUY THEN Emery
m i r.: SCHEIHLK. Wh"-l f I. Lfun &; Rind: Powder Co., Johnson's ]{'tl-
The Largeit, Best and Highest Salaried
I sorniue. Iron King and Buck Stoves Iud
)J-Jt t YhengerteI (;ow., steamer: Tarpon will leave Pen; a- Company on the Real. i Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather Ringes, Masury'a, Wm

.,I I The Ic.ys and Rill are watttl In a E cold every Tuesday night at 8:30 i -TH LflthyMara- I Made Railroad Colors.
o'clock, after the arrival of the Mobile -
, ,i rins. aii'l OHO begins, "I urn a l bird, red ,
train and the P. & A. Masonic Temple @ Pensacola Fla.
: ofdr.'II, and can dll what ito other !
dation train. This will accommo-I .
y t liinl Uve u Lookttl bill." etc. The SEWING MACHINEDo person to leave Mobile at t tk: k ''I --- J

; I first 0110 H's.-liiK) "parrut"tl'sl'rilJt'i make close connection at Pensacola I

II Mnwlf as u bird or animal to be guess- and reach Bt. Andrews the next'

4 iil by the otLorhu >. not l>e ('('(.in11 hy tlio e who advert morning at 1 o'clock. !i OF ATLANTIC CITY. TIME TABLE. ;
{1: : Ue a SfiO.OO I.ewing Machine f rSJO.iH

r \\ \VlIlItThought.; I ). This kind of a machine can P.\S' KNGKK lUTES LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.

be "light from us or any of our The pa;!*eng'er rate from Pensacolawill IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1.1801
A thumlorstorm suJlenly I WfdnnrJav '
1 i-aiue
uitry dealers: from 510.00$ : to $1S.JO.WE ( be as follows: Matinees and Heturday, --- t
l lush wind.ltcn I :
I nixinuiiniilitl y a
i To St. Andrews and St. Audrews
n- MAKE A VARIETY. New Orleans and Mobile.
h. i \\ the black drmd.s rolled over the: round flflIA. Matinees, in inS :-J-te.!
THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. point?-tGOOi; trip $10. rniu Nights 1Oiuandaie.:! :
c fun ami it b'):au to prow dark, hix- To Apalachicola and Carrabelle. I

, i! I jraroW"lllie sajrt'ly; remarked to his The Feed determines the strength or |850; round trip |15. Heau on sale at roe's bookstore. I 1:15 No6.I 121 So..m. limoS No!.pLene I Pen.&cola .....ArMn No 6:00," No.. !. 9J Not,

: i tcothor, "The wind! blownl the s.uu wt.l1kllt.i: (If jSt'\\iiij) Machines. The These fares include first-class; 8:50) a 2:7p 1:))? a Leave_ Ylomaton_ 1.1' 2:111 a a 2:80:00 p T:15: J p
Double Fowl wmliiiied with othei cabin, tateroim and meals. ONE NIGHT ONLY! in 11:00: I t:2p 2:56 a I Leave_ Mobile __ Luve 12IIOD' 12:16 n p i 45
b makt-s MAR ..- ..-- !!:25p 71 a Leave Nflw Orleans Leive 8/.,
: out"A Mnnisr I joints the Acw Home Further information can be securedby I I 0 p : a -:

ii I : llrn'ii ( lotlim.At the Iv-t bvwing Machine to buy. applying at the company's offices J, North.

I little boy on a visit to his granJraotbtr the dif- in the Tbiesen! building. THE SWELL SOCIETY EVENT OFj i
Ui"t r CIRCULARt"howlng
saw IHT plucking a bon. : e or l ln of THE SEASON.Mr. .
'I'. g i No t. I No. 4.
i I "110 you take their ilotlios off evor.vcl.'Lt I i i'e manufacture j 6l1 am 857pm
I granCMa' lie asked wonder I ArrlveMontlomerYLe&Ve 11:16am 9:51pm
THE NEW HOME SEWING RACHINE co. I1Wlm I tlJ; :! pm ArrIye.Iflrmlngflamn _Lean 8:38am
b l t:06plD
I ) The Best Comis !
) Opera Success Since 7:06 pm : 8:10 a m ArrlY8\ia.bvllle _Lent __ _
I ORANGE. MASS. 2:*' a m I 11:13 a m Arrive _Loal.vUle _Leare 1:16 p m 24. am
: IN l"nlon1. X.Y.,Chl'ngolIl.,Atlanta, Ga.,' Pinafore : 7:9') a m I 11sa a m ArrlveCinclnnatiLeave 8fI) p m 11:1pm
7:20am: 1:1JJ Arrive _., Loal' ._.._
$t. Loub.Mo., .illa.sTex.San Francisco,Cal pm .Ht Leave .:15 p m tt1pm


Worse than an alarm of fire at I
SCALED proposals, endorsed "Pro fizstiti 0t0gI"aphg In De Koven & Smith's Greatest No. 31-Ually No. -Dally | No stop where time not ibown No. 1-Uaily No. Blif
nUht is r.o brassy cough of croup, i =
posals for Railroad Track Scale, will Comic Opera Success ll:5fi p m ':00 a m LeaV8l'enlaoola.-Arrtn
i 10:90
which sc-.ada like the children'sknell 2O4'S.. Palafox Street. I ._..... p tit t-.m p.
be received at the Bureau of Yards 13:15 night 7:18" Bohemia.,..,_ 10:17" I:'''' '
and it mean death "imleTs : and Docks, :Navy: Department, Wash 12: O" '::18" __ Ynle'tra.__ 10U" 8Jl
I 1:1:2:1" 7:18" __E cambla____ "
80m -thin;; Is done q'Uckly. Foley'slloioy Ington until 1 o'clock, March 14, 1903, IS;85 7:25" .. Malat N 10:112"10:21" 8.57 648

1' : and Tar never: fails to give' and then and there publicly opened, NEW! SCHEDULE. "foxy Quiller. 12:1W": 7S ___ Harp .__ 10:11 II 640:
12.\0": ..........
I instant: relief and quickly cures the for a 100-ton railroad track scale at 7:8G" OaltClty_ II 10:16" 6.W

worst forms of croup. Mrs P. U evr. the Xavy Yard, Pensacola, Fla. Plans OF I 11"1:80:: a m T8i"_.. .. .. __Good Milton Ranee__ II II 10:10"_, ii tM4.U t.X

tiler, of Manninston. Ky.. writes: and specifications will be furnished by ,I 1:56" 8:11I" __ Holts..,. __ 1:36" I
"My three year old girl had a severe the Bureau. MORDECAI-. EXDI This is the No. 1 Company and the 2m 8:80" .'. __ MllllganCre __ IJ II .:11
I of STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ Only One with all the Magnificent 2113" 828 II tvlew___ 1:11" .:00
case croup; the doctor said she Chief of Bureau. 26 14
COTT January
,, i. Scenery Costumes and 8:00"": .. ___U eer Land__ II 8: 6" I.MJU
could not live. I cot a bottle of Foley's 1S03. M4Oaw2w.Foley's :! Parapher- 1:21" 1:18" Mossy Dead 8:40 II :
b Honey and Tar; the first dosesave J. N. ROGERS, Manager. nalia that Astounded the Patronsof '!;<01" 5:55 .' .... ..leranlak8prtBt.Ponce I' 8:18" tt3

quick relief and saved her life." the Broadway Theatre, New ':l! I:" _....Argyle._ II 7:44 II JJ1liu
Leave Freeport Monday and York with 4:40 167' N de LeaL7:28" 2:1. -
City Lavisbnesg.
Refuse substitutes.. A. D'Alcm- Thursday morning 6:00" lalO' ___Weitrille__ ':IT'' '
Honey and Tar 1(1): 10:16' .. N II
berte, 121 S. Palafox street Caryvtile. ':11 1:0
curt'C mid nntumnnlm Arrive at Pensacola Monday and IT'S BETTER THAN ROBBIN 1,118" 10:110' .N. _Bonlfay.Chlplty.......... 8:66" I 1 J7
Thursday night. HOOD.-N. Y. Herald. 8:00" 107" t-Xt II Ii4ir.ti
8W 11:07" II : EOOI
Leave Pensacola Tuesday and -Cotloodale .._ 1:18 .

Laxative B2mo Quinine AI P1l Friday night. The Prices Reach Everybody, 7:00 7:30"II 11:43 11:211"'" N" __MarlannaCypren __ N N I.-OO 6:88"II 12:14 lI:4im,

Arrive at Freeport '.0 II 11:5} It N
Wednesdayand .....Grand Rldge_ ftBI" 11:3
0IreS Cold IDODeDay, Grip 1D:2: Days w. c.Q'kI.. 254 Saturday morning 50c to $1.50. ':58"' li:06 noon .. __ Hneadi 61" 102i0 II
804 1216" ArriT8Rl"hncUoli 6:10 II 102/


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a Veteran Who Will Retire. Five Per Cent. Row to rile Them the Sight to Avoid Straining :

Galnsha A. Grow entered congress in
authority on the care of the eyes
1851, retired in IS'S, re-entered it in !
f : ct 1894. and nt the, rare age of eighty still Twenty Year Gold Bonds emphasizes the fact that in this day Mil Made Daily Free of 'n}
or reckless misuse of the eyesight the
-,- = young In heart and possessed of re-
f'' rules laid down inu.t consist of wane t
'> markable mental and physical vigor, Chaise ft llis Eel Cross Pijsi- :
Another regarding things to lie avoided,
lings ;
he will retire from congress on the 4th policy held by Mr. XTaterlimue was a

I day of nest March, having entered I innm Per. Cent, on 1SeStter he had Gold paid six Bond annual Policy pay for I says the New York Journal. Here are cHus Who arc Locattd at 111 West 1
.4 of the main rules for the careot
meata fj-I6.70 nch. This form of come
A public lif" fifty-two years ago. lie was policy was
:: also dmMd and Introduced by The Mutual Life the which should be of interest to "
twenty-seven years of age when he en- Insurance Company of New York,and 10 setlle. eyes Ciiae Stre --S rvices for Time r:
meat of this policy the Company win issue verjbody:
tered congress in ISol.: The days we/e ten

pregnant with periL The most "starflv ouethousand Gold Bonds the dollar income 5 Per from Cent which TwentyYear will be fcufl Do not use the eyes in JKXT light or Months are Gira Free to All IETalito ; t1
a year for twenty fears. face of the too far from a gOlllllht. Do not have
Jhe policy,
Jt 'iO,0uO, win h paid it lie end of twenty years.faaJ4btaRuord the body in the way of the light or the
Ha Call ih Be-
t Jr ( low.IJ. 1901.) light directly: in front. One is almost Up m :

r .Ttnf a- E It s bad as the other. The light should!
.' .. f fdre r March 21. ,
all without Interruption from one ; :
1 If you desire to know on what terms I c:
I" you can contract for the purchase of 5 PerCent sIde.Do not use the eyes much when recovering A state! of eminent physicians and lur. I"- tL.a
.. .
i 'I from the Kvd Cross Medical Institute .J
; I ;: : ;J' Gold Bonds, deliverable to yourselfin from illness or when very have at the urgent solicitation of a large .' !
tired. number of patients under their l'Kreln tbia ii! m
tr twenty or to country,enahllihfd a parmanentbranch ,
/ **? years your family Do not use the eyes when they be- of ibulattitutela thiscity at ';1

tI : immediately, in case of your death, state come watery or show signs of ind.sinctness : I !
I- I III West Chase Street.
\ the amount of annual income you wish' of vision

II Do not work with head bent over. Thefminect eentlemen have derided to ; ut.
to secure for yourself twenty years hence pivetlieir r\itvs entirely free far three
This tend to the"C'tls of the
s. core Invalids ,
montbtlntedreineexceptedItoall( ,
I and give date of your birth. eyes with blood and to produce congestion who call UpOL them for treatment

Etta Now ail March 21. .ij lt
: .: Do not read lying fiat on the back,

::E- : -_ "5HE WAS BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY,' or reclining unless tlie Look is stpicrteJ These services consist not only of consultation .
Nassau Cedar, William & Liberty xfimnation and advice, but also ,
} !In tae same relate: apple and of tem''i-urqical operations.

Streets, NEW YORK N. Y. o-ition as when er U to become rapidly and perxonallj nc-
imOitiOCHTneDistiHerOwensborQ.KenluchYL. I I I $ CECIIiVILLCOX, Manner. cult to do that it is better not to attempt quamtedwith the sick acantllctfd.and 't

:;4.'; Jacksonville, Fla. it. I ler be tnadeforsoyservie.'srenderedfor no conUituns will ROY charge whatever three :1':1'I If

1 T. C. WATSON & CO. D'strict DJ not go a single day without moatbs to sit who call be fore Mtrrb 21sl.Thedoctrrs S Ii'
EEAR & CO., DISTILLERY DISTRIBUTORS, PENSACOLA, FLA. Manage glasses after yon vhould put them on. I trtat all forms of disease anddeformities. 1J.
Pensacola. Fla. and guarantee a euro In every !H
,. ''' '-- they ucdrrtake. At the first IlItpl'H
''' cask
';,V-, ; '_ -,11..i't J p 1 view a thorough examlnntlou H made, and. '1t'.
D. HALEVILSON ..,, : j Qnllenotlier Tiling."lie are frankly and kindly told t.
,;lJj1k/ llJJ "'"/ FIERCE NAVAL BATTLE.An was unable to meet his bills, I !' so; alsoailviitd against tpeudiDg money for t'I
.ele< r
u .
''' if' '' 'I.f. .fQ untlei> 'I Male ana frinnie' wenknes, catarrh and
; ,
:.<.;iI!<:';;; "" Amoving Eper6nentfith balk "R'etthat's; when you're wrong catarrhal deafar; aUo Tnrlctx-ele. rup- ,.
Real Estate and Rental = ', /I' ture.eoutrrcsncrrsndnil dixettsei of the
Agent '?"" and n Mne;;ur bra.
-O,;,'.(.//7/.." The amusing experiment of a lilliputian lie couldn't dole: them.ChicagoPost I' rectum treatment.are positively cured by their new .

naval battle can I ln> made with Their chief ""'&t'll&te surgeon of the instltut -
:South I'alafuMi" > 't ..
1J.L, : ( ( CiLCSHA GROW.tlln \\illben "t-r'olall'lJ"r e. .
white chalk and the ordin.iry table in- Leave your worries' at home when naicesNo. lir\\e.t I hatt office Hours

TELEFHON 10.241. PENSACOLA, FLORir ? drama of nil national! life" was : egar. Model, :say, a dozen chunks of you travel. You can get a fresh sup- 9 a. in, to j p. m. bundus 10 1&. m. to 1 p.m. .
just LCjjinufcg. The Cght; over the repeal ,
-- chalk to the resemblance of ship, plan ply anywhere. i-
compromise was
) of the Missouri!
ing the bottoms:' l'wnlyIII! using;
near at hand.lien President Lincoln the :Qestor 5c. ',::(
sniokoMatkaul! Jjudgin's
matches for masts! ,

11. G. Deli & Co called the Thirty-seventh congress turrets. The rival: forces you cal i!.> CHOICESTOF ? ,,1.

towtluT in special SISSin11 in 15tH, Ga-!: tlnjruKh by coloring the enuty'.s:' ", ."

lush (:ruts was chosen\ ",'aker. An
t with black Ink leaving your n. \. ..tit Tiiii; '
Manufacturers and Dealers in appropriation of $""irJ,1NAl. passel In Having plaa-d thorn in a put .... i1'i: J l H : ; I
I less than fifteen minutps was the unparalleled
close to an imaginary tlivid":n; in." .
record made by that cviiKreps.Tho : between f FRUITS AND N CONFECTIONERIAT ij [ I
Sash, Doors, Blinds enactment of the homestead pour a pood juantity of vinegar J "
*4 t t't the chalk sticks. In-tantly you
was due to I Salusha fi row's intelligent Contractors and lliii1ers.d
Shingles will hoar nn audible soothing, like tl.e l'
and ceasi'icss efforts and Ls the proudest '
hissing of shells in actual warfare, ,
acUcu'iiicnt of his useful 1C6. t

Builders' Materials There can IK no question ns to the paternity C. APOSTLE'S, PLANS SPECIFICATIONS AND !L:!i

of "IToiiifhtead r.lll." GalushaA. ESTIMATES' FURNISHED AT '. '

Crow, although a bachelor, is the a. H East Government> St.!
Brick and Lime. SHORT NOTICE.: .< .+t jt : i
happy father of that wholesome child .
Telephone No. 11. lie conceived the hill. He Introduce Formerly Cordova Restaurant StaiK Fir t.Cla"8 Work Guaranteed and I :

it into cotnzreas. lie fought its bat Uos ; P References Furnished.
r Ii fnEtnr One carload of Pineapples at 11.71!
Ttromo Quinine ff for ten years on the floor of the house. to {2.00 per dozen. {4it EAST IXTI:XHEXCL\. :' i ,

Laxative "* iBBM n 0 j on every lIe signed the Mil as speaker of tho .111
f 9 i
Cures a Cold in One Day, Crip in 2 Days(& CQ'km.. 25c Thirty-soveuth congress and by the

signature of Abraham Lincoln it became ]
a law. Nearly acres of. The Star Laundry

Classified Advertisements. ptiMic l.>tnaln have Ut-n j>ornianontljoccnpitil ,
under the homestead lawmaking .

about (iOINM) (entries and the while ships, as if pulling up steam, Biggest Busiest Best I ,,-.i
------ -- ,
-- beneficiaries number over 7,000XX( will begin to move forward In slow L..

ONE CENT A WORD. revolutions, leaving( behind them ,. ,;

...._-------------- - - -- St'1storIlhon'" Animpr.No white streaks of foam such ns are 'j 1.
I .H- ------1 1i. WANTED B YOUNG MEN from member of congress is so :successful obMTved, in the wake of moving vess :

cambia County nt once to prepare In keeping his" views out of the pdpers ="Is. When mooting at the dividing They Speak d
.. II ,.. cau\'d"t'll-bdckll for Po.-itious in the Govcru-
as Senator Allison of Iowa.: Ills line, tiny will have attained finite arespt'ctable
.' h J' containing mute;; meat Service. to
dostorUy in this matter tins earned speed, bumping and culling
I: "1 t.1written! in ludelibleII Inter-State: Corn's. Init.
h. ; u 1: Wiiiil for the re- Cedar Rapid la. for the ni.-Uname "IHissy Toot' together in the endeavor to push one 1.

WI"! '.. '' .- < it.IL R. or E. (1&wlmSplendid Some tli' ado he dictated to his sec another farthest from the dividing line for Them elres 1tI :

I;' 1..I..r: : J. E. Clemtrt, No.I'lrnmi. rotary a roply tn n letter asking for his The engagement: often )!roan escit

1;j .." i r:. ] ; 2if-tf chance for men to leara barber opinion on :n cvrt.iln matter Whoa he In;; one. Of course the SIde has won We let the Shirt Collar '. j'l

trade. Years of apprenticeship had coi'i-ludiil, the senator asked his which has the larger number of ships f
saved by our method of steady practice and Cuffs we Launder speak for .
i'01>> :> U. swn-tarj' n lust 1-e thought of the an nearest the center after the affray.
and instruction. Tools diplomas themselves. They wilt tilk loader .f
swer.'ea;i t. Fcnat'T saM; the ('l.retury. .- The l'h'mk'llollltion of this seemingmystery .

I'" .\'; V i L.M'i: of Koys. Owner positions given. Catalogue board and mailed Saturday free. "ti IK"uI,1i<1 with you, I -\u't is quite simi-lo. Chalk licin; ilauvecin. We want to be judged t :

i I"'> .'I.I'. by calling at this Mo'er wages! L'olege.'ew! Orleans, La. make out ju..t what you do mean." largely carbon combines with the acid inoieoy the work we do than by .: :

.':miK-rty: au'l MTtf pay- M7-4t "That's it. that's it." said the senator of the vinegar In carbonic acid-tlie what we say. \*fALL :

apprvhrdy. "I deli want him to same gases that -----
I ld>ono stock General Merchandise to
$ ruh.eml waters. The
I know either. of most gasesrise

MONEY TO LOAN I echauge dress lo\for 242 Florida, Frankfort property., ind. Ad I II I Maude fiucnr to ''.'('d. small; to bubbles the surface of sufficient of the strength vinegar; ill to woitK c. o. D. MI CaM fcr and Dfcei, Free ; ;1

th I i Omlm---L- Maude Oonno, the "1 rl.:h Joan of Arc," cause the current which turns the TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. If

w. : WANTED uun e pupilinUlack and John ilcISride, the organizer ;m.ll cLalk.Since. WALKER INGRAHAM
J. '\\-II.tblettrmSalld'l and White." By this system any leader of the Irish brigade in the I5oe I the patriotic youth will wantto Manager. f.

.,' S M, 1'n one can learn to draw anything war, are SHX>II to be married at I'aris. we the American IxKits win, it will .- u .*_m--- i 11 r m Bm f fngntfmt '
J. A. \V16sfNdantt'= : .- r. thy wish any sjz Even: children The match I is nn ideal one when the be well for him to remember that the : ".

ten years old can learn. Every chnrrtl'ranti the history of Major best quality of chalk contains the Largest J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT.
endorses it. Come in and .
pupil : Mc!>rlde and Miss tioune are ('olls tl-: proportion of carbon. It will also

MONEY TO LOAN see studio for in yourself ttisbury Oti-liuildinir.A. Miller\ crod. Marriages of this kind do not prove of advantage to plane the chalk !I VAN PELT BROTHERS

UnitEXCiLANOI'Any take place) more than once in a century, carefully so as to permit it to glide'easily.llarper's. ,

o. -. "i,'-.nor-es! wazon: : *. and hence the engagement of the two *
.: 11.\ ill titiur! kinds of GARDEN STREET GROCERS
one wanting a Irish N1UIU.IItr-the one a brave soldier .
:. '. .'j' i i'y. r.u-ine-s pri-. summer home in the mountains \ the other a beautiful Ill'in'ss-l" For Football. --;
t "l'r..l')' laranti tI. NnrrrMv Sijoeexe Have Received Since: the Holidays a Fresh Line of ;
can exchange property in Floridaor an announcement of unusual interest. in Missouri. j.t
"> 1'.1 ? Football was recently
i \ M. \ A. Ki-her. :
2m! tf : South Ashevlth Georgia., N. C.for equal tr.idfc valuein Miss Jonne inherited the wealth of !. By n vote of 70 to tai the loclsla STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES "
V.ili. up rich colonel of
: : her father who was a refused to prohibit the liugb ,
up to lo.WHJ or Ie.-". Otis A. Miller, fare ii
MI'v11! 10IA.1N-\C. I:. MeriI Salisbury Block, Peusaculi. i game in the state.
I I. .. : I I Fruits, Nuts, and all the Delicacacics of the Season. SOur <
r.: A :ei.t. :>lon y to Brim
1 .' 1- ible ra'" of interest E'R b4; \ Goods are Arriving Daily and you can .\I- :tys Rely on Getting the ;
1 I ciinty. Ollice 112 wd -- -- I DR F. E. BRUCE ,

; I I' >' : unn: i 'tit'et. FOR KALE-The most desirablelots Best, Freshest and Cheapest. t

in the city ou easy terms; by I i Has returned and resumed practice.
I\I.I 1 I" I.1..XD: ou improvjd the Fi-her Heal Estate AlPncy, ,

"; IdrgH or niiil _l1d l!j i_South Palarox._ _1J.i1m_-_ Office tai West Government Bt., VAN PELT BROTHERS ,tt

'' ,..w rite of interest.I 1IA.IU Gl)" H- Salisbury Building. 1 1 1TELEPHONE
I ', !K:, Riot-.ks '
attorney ---- ----
I 143.GOLAY NO. 231 o>C..o>C..o>C 31 EAST GARDEN ST. i
.' i .. "1'iiafox St., Fisher M1. SAHAH REIRNE-Manutac- Tolopholno
3mlm turer and dealer: in Hair Goods, 1
-. -- hats Toilet Article, Hair Oil c = = tY1
x I'Al -Ihi you Lred ptc, 320: Wet (lovernnipiit *tr"et,
__ _
'i, .*i ii'.':1:1 t'llay: borrow tm eaie any,.tw. I'ur n tclil. Grist and Corn f/leal l tills ROYAL STAKDAHD WHISKEY J

-' rita+ anywhire FOR REN1'-luoI'er:\ hi.u-.e build- I Ii J8. F. GOSZflliEZ & CO., Prop i, ;
"' "" imj>iov.. .l city real 1 u g ou ground floor one HOI and i 8 Years 0i! in Casss cf 4 Fall parts, at S3.20 per cast rii
\\ l.i. Fi htr, y)l'j 1"1. i ilice; oa tt-touu floor, three ollicf8.fthjo M nuf ictrrers 1. tlTHi5
\ .. lu-ti CHOICt151f.\li z\SI> PI'IttGltnt?+r

WHISKEVH distilled at the Nelson Co. "i' .
1- I t I STOCK KF.F.U.Pktronlie .
JCuHItIlIlJt Jlnu"l'. .
\ I''rrnw in- 1 iI
money Home Indnstry, for there i- ., Di-tiiltry and M fully matured in wood q.
i'i-ure your proptrtyuct llU.RVlHOlJ:5 at Wheeler I every rt'1&803YOO sboalJ bay your :.t till *j* before bottling it H absolutely pure and not excelled .

< of title, buy or Spring*, Mary E-ther, Fla.. Mrs.CVodou ; I Block teed from tbe Home Manaactarttor t in quality by any Whiskey of the same ae .1
-' Its, rent property of I, propnetre;. All the by ao doing yon encourage borne InSn. no matter where produced. The Hoyal Standard .1,
U left In the comma nit j
I., 'i"U, h.t\'b rentcol- .i try. Your money .. is old when bottled and I
comforts of home at very reasoua I "nd you In torn are Indirectly b"neflt dIn eight years considering (
: v in tas attended to, ble rate Northern loutists will tottering the borne maaafitctnrer yot its excellent quality, is the cheapest whiskey in I It .)

0I -11'11"-- TIm,-. C. Watson find this an ideal place to spend a I oontrlbcts to tUfcnaseof, labor. You ow the market at that price. As a beverage,_ and as .t,4 \
live at
: .. I: to the community in wblcb you
"' K-t itand Insurance of I absolutely ;stimulant, there is none better
A: '. ortio" thA *PII"on. llnlmltdJIAL. which oontr'.hotoi toroar tncFOrt. an pure 'r
,- t -.1t:1a.: Fla. Charts Shipped in cases containing no marks whatever to '
t ; l.i, I t 1 \ '
who -- -----
one buys ------
i-v-rj 1 1HACDE -- indicate conte nt?. If purchaser upon examining
.... i" weill !lend money B. L. PIAMOND, the tailor ha removed a the whiskey is not Fatl-tied with the quality he ,,1 I
\ ".hnI.i -i i'nnP. S-tI'' to 112 West Government can return the tame at our expense and money 1

-- -- street opposite Express office will be refunded.

W.\vrl<;,U. where he is prepared to clean, repair Theme All order should be accompanied by either ;
---------------- tiny Capsules sregcperhlrito .
W.n I l i 1- :-: and press ladies' and 2'putle- xtearvllAnniota currency, postoffice mopt-y order, bank draft or ex- !I'.
'. .".vralpFr'onaof char1 men*' t"ilor mfld..1t... 16jhl11..c. : QOSXE. Balsam of Copaiba, l j'Z 4 press money order. We refer to First National 'i
1 "J
-t'I' ..*. :.1 !t'm reputation: In each '\ .. ll >irioouH. dragoons in the Uriti-h army. She was t C7bet and Injectioai the I ii Bank or any merchant in Pecsacola. ..lIf
county required) hours
-' They cure in 48
N N > >
-- -- >* -% -- -
: her
: Dublin castle\ and before
: and born in
old es H. ALFMAX umbrella 315
maker Idalo.x or
t I' i Sere I.a +S S
'w-tlthy buine3 hou-e South Palafox street. Recovering conversion to the cause of Ireland she ., tat o 5' at i n'tlncsroi S. A. FRIEDMAN
II' ::i'i-.l viceroyal set in Dub- at iei ,
> -landing Salary and repairing: of umbrella and was the pet of the
w rb I1 With fX 'f-n-e* addii parasols a specialty.: Silk covers lin society. One day she saw an eviction i : : lj ljp

,: '' dl diyublf! in ca-h I always on hind. Jan 3 aid the sight vividly! impressed I CHICMESTCR ENGLISH PROPRIETOR. PEXSACOLA, FLA.Tii.Kl'HONK.
\\ -dne-d from head i1
I: ..* jr.d carriage:ly flu ............... t.::-'H'1I1- ...."til.... "" '0.1 n n....... -- her that thenceforth she swore Irish to live E1YRO 'AI. FILLS 0, ROX 4IH.handle 179
only for the uplifting of the people PJ an gle..a oai 6a.1. lilSKEY'eClstaLY.Otaae
k M It, C"51fReit'r- CAR\ [-AL TUE-In velvet 1. AFE. t.dto.w v '
I : -
I. ;.._ and the riirhtlng of their wrongs.1Jjor Ic.j ('rrlllU---T".I: '!. L'GU.:1
: tor
I -
lr':iddresed t-u. Silk Satin and other mate- ..! l.oM ee..lle a.a.t ....
: I ., McBride lives in I'aris. He \I 66U ,.... O.A PR gflMAK ,
\I 'I 11
C i Co., Caxtou9fet)4w I riaU, can be rented at Mrs. E. D. figures of I I ....;,.J' w 1..cP.wnwt.r.... .....'I.ka..lber..". u.... ...1 lees "I every cla? of Liquor Bold, fn I
h' I': of the conspicuous .
_. Xordtrom'sI1l1in..rv Store. Alpo was one /i- f u. +y.t rear Dams t cal t. a bottle wholesale retail a
1 .:: ..iw bulk or at prices that
He organized the redoubtable J* i fr n'r rv (rt'a
\\ \N rT, Masks False" Nose*, Wigs and the hoer war. I IS w9"rrllef: R"Lahr."et. .......kaw.arro.n ..... .... 1 are way down.
c -Lkitd: -. nftwptybeer Hair Oood at So. II Emt Ir.tendeacia Irish brigade anil fought Z-I I/ .. "... I o>*u li j (*.H. ;

". A. KneJuuu. u9-tl I street, near Pahfoi.: with Joubert before Ladysmith. I 'i..Uo&'UJ I'itn'ui!.d. r:; iwaare. k-im.t. P13..a AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS: TA3ST EEER.' :

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: Oven Argument BETTER HAVE A BARBACUE.The Chris Thiesen

suggestion to banquet the jack- $1 $1

,, ies which was first "Caught at Ran- CORNERINTENDENCIAANDBAYLENSTS.
IM work In the oven U the strongest argument I dom" by the Daily News some days ............... ...........

1 a favor of GOOD LUt.S;" r.likliJgrO" I ago may be adopted. Read what is I. ., _
i. 111/r
ler. This tlatcmect every htiJwke: .?}>cr can said in a communication to the mornIng 'Ntlri s- One Block Wet of Palafox.
I I .... .
I today. Of course the Daily ':': !
Verify for herself. The fan that It inaLcs tie I. paper /IH -411
News favors the idea. i KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF
best biscuit was, plea and cake Is why Ucaa One
.,. Editor Pensacola Journal:

be sold In Train-.LoadsRkhmond--: -,--Virginia.-- that actual suitable On the all steps sailor entertainment sides have we boys hear been should,citizens but taken be so given in saying far this no a i New Orleans Grocery, i ii r PUREST 3 [ I LiQUORS ij Dollara

.MN.0+ direction. A smoker or banquet would JAMES McHUGH, Prop. i

I 1..1 J be rather out of the question fen account t M.-- FOR

i I SOCIAL ECHOES I .I that wish an to of old-fashioned entertain the large, sa number it southern seems which barbecue to me we i ROASTED COFFEES i Family or Medicinal UseFOR Pair

would be the thing. lSD+- fora

A very delightful bay party was By the wayof "curtain-raisers," two i

given the visiting officials of the Lou or three two-round sparing matches BLENDED TEAS e

isville & Nashville railroad today. (strictly scientific), between the Tie Sailor or Lan man.

:Mr. W. W. Thompson Treasurer Mr. champions of the different ships,

C. B. Compton, Traffic Manager and OUR SPECIALTIES i -
would liven up things. Then musicby Ladies'Shoe
private Secretary Air. Reagan and
the ship's bands. Then a few Swedish Punch, Danish Aquaril.

:,lr. Short of Louisville with a number speeches by the city officials (no po- < > 1 German Kummel and other brands
of the local officials and CO D4 i i
prominent '
licemen.) of imported Wines and Liquors.
citizens enjoying this the .
trip '
Then the barbecued I
beef mutton o .
battleships and other places of interest UJo Here only you will find the X. C. I
and pork; breadpickles coffee, cakes, I : in
being: objective points. I fruit and toothpicks. Also beer cigars 2m Bowen Kentucky Whiskey 24 years
.J e old
and cigarrattes, I think a memo- Nj .
Miss Kelly, with her friend Miss I : I
i able entertainment could be given on UJa COH Valhalla Branch corner Garden 5Styles

Thornburg arrived yesterday from I about these lines, one that would .. = iis street and loth avenue.HesKilifl I
Mobile of Mrs \\'. 2U '
; they are guests '
give pleasure to our guests and our ;; o ---- -- -- -------- -

U. Wright. selves. : I-z Y--- 1n 1O tUJ \\ { I ,

of 1prob,1Jlr Conpy
Secretary the Navy Moody ; \ o y
The reception given by Admiral. 0 I
be with us soon and if the : .... n and
Higginson, Captain Hemi.hill and the 0 !
time for the barbecue could be madeto La. -< WHOLESALE AM RETAIL

officers, on the flat ship Kearsarge I fit in with his visit, it would add I c ..1 C") I GROCERS.Headquarters I
:yesterday afternoon from 3 to Z, was Q More
to the pleasure, and importance of the i _
an. occasion of unalloyed pleasure.The ntertamment. COa :IprY : : for I'

weather and all taking part in z 0m .
For a location, my idea is that the I. e Valuein
this charming event combined to Ir Fancy and Staple Groceries.I
city plaza would be the best. This o
make it a perfect success. Uncle '
would give thousands of Pensacoliansthe _I -. ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE-_ .
Sam's magnificent battleship was decorated _J ,,
opportunity of seeing (from the I.4 FANCY GOODS.
from bow to stern with national < Z
adjoining streets and galleries), the ___ WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERSFOR
and international flags of all
: boys enjoy themselves. We want themto I WEST FLORIDA FOR THE
r. sizes. The upper deck was cleared t Themthen
have the best time of their lives CELEBRATEDCafe
r .
for action" where two splendid bands
here and to see 2,000 of them eating
'''ii made dancing a delightful feature of i .:f.,1. Stuffs of All Kinds. sj du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home
'1 drinking and playing would be a nev Molasses, Illini and Climax Flour,
the afternoon. The Admiral's and
i' er to-be-forgotten sight. If the PlazaIs t Baylels Delicatessen, German-Ameri ,
; Captain's cabins and the wardroomwere PHONE 105.
can Food Canned
imposible, then Frascati MagnoliaBluff Company's Meats
: most artistically decorated with 1. Si Etc., You'd
I j graceful carnations and beautiful or Palmetto Beach. ....>.N......<...>..>.................... -

I nominate Mayor Jones, T, E Etc.Auction
I Velles (no politics, gentlemen), Captain SaleBEGINNING Expectto

IrnrrY.. B. Ferriss and Steve
I Punch and elegant; refreshments
Allen! a committee to get up a suitable
I were served.
public subscription entertainment for I

,, the men-behind-the-guns and they will Saturday, March 7, at 4 p. m.,
About five hunderd of I't'nsacola's
please meet each<< other in the office and Find.
lovely women and comely men, graced continuingTWO
of the Merchant's Hotel at 10 o'clock
this memorable evert.
Friday morning. Please second the ,

nomination, and ask the other papers !":?J a. is. and i p. m., until Entire Stock is
to ropy in their Thursday issue.z atCOHEN'S

.- VENTURE. B. Bon Bons and Chocolates. I

J1 The manager of the excursion given K. I I. K. GIVE $1 I $1'

f on the steamer Colombia last night MONEY TO CHARITY.The PUKE! DELICIOUS! 5 AND ID-GENT STORE

requests The News to state that it I
I W. A. ,
iii wise connected with the dis D'ALEMBERTE
} was no K. I. K. association 45 South Palafox Cat

L one given on the steamer Fl.nida.For burled 1 a fund of $Gi to the following
Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St. In Large or Small Lots to Suit Buyers
' satisfactory reasons to the manager I charitable societies: Sisters of Mercy t'rl'sent.W I
he wishes it made known that his .
Pearl Hagan Orphan Home, Old -- '
. I venture was an indenendent one. Woman's Home, Ladies Benevolent F WILLIAMS Auctioneer.
the pummer'month's kVpt In a shady Meyer
i' It Is staled that the affair was participated :Society and Rev. J. :M. Dannelly of Part of the horse, WilY from the sun On account going latl new business

in by a large number of the 1 1t the Palafox street Methodist church Ion- In 1'reient the Leaves Deoajlnu: and watered daily. In winter the plant this entire st"oc| must bl gold Immediately

t! Lest people, who thoroughly enjoyed I IWI for general charitable purposes. and I'ulliiiK Off. should he kept in a light place in the blbadRttht'stlsal regardless Values.sad Hare A.M.CullKN.HarRID".aQ
In Its full foliage! the rubber
When ,
{ themselves The Ladies Benevolent Society acknowledged house, but should not have too much
{ plant is one of our most Ixiiutiful Lumber Furnishers for Cahli Only.
the receipt of its ortion FUJI Once each vvttk the entire pot
but When it luis lo"t most 2x3 ;
houseplants, : scantling $ per thousand
THE Imiwrsi'd in
F.ECEP7ION OF should be thoroughly; a
of the fund in the followingCard of its lower lives it bas lost much of 3x3 scantling. JG t per thousand.
PROGRESS CLUB bnokrt or tub of water aiwl allowed to
1= 1 of Thanks. Its lo<':\uty. Ovvum of such plants are Other items in proportion. Call and
soak over night, piviiis the water ample 102 South Palafox St.
I'l'nsacolaIarch 9, 1!lfJ::. continually asking, "What shall I tlo see us.Mclmo..
I \ full dress reception was given Sehad President K. the leav falling off:! else opportunity to suit to its center. DEEKMAN LUMBER CO. I
C. F. I. K. Association to prevent ? ; Nest nuiriiiiiS take the i>ot out of its
last. night by the members of the Progress tell I give plant tot
people mo my -- --
batLtub and allow wl it to drain awhile
i in honor of Mr. and 51r;;. and others till I dou't
much water rie
Please accept the thanks from the and do not rivv It any more water Wt IWi' iithgWt1
I). M. Solomon. Music was turnished officers and memljers of our society rive it water enough: but no matter for two or three days then let it have I N 'iri (
orchestra of biUliship which advice I ((.now the leaver: will
by the for check of J152S.; a dnnk each luorniiu until time forts
Alabama and pronounced by some decay and full off" uoxt batli. ly carefully tollowing GRAY
Yours respectfully The following\ simple plan will proven COOIMin& RADER.NE'W'
as being the heard in this city this: thin you will be surprised to seethe / .
MR S. A. FnlIm L\-:. cure all for such annoyances if it is Imiutlf'jl luster which the large, _
c fur years. Secretary. followed with due rt'piLirily, says the
glnsy leaves will show, and will
' Dancing was indulged in until 1 the
\\'uohillj.tull Star: Every sprint
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1 not U.1 annoyed with tilt leaven falling ** STORE. &
i o'clock: and rdrl'shmensn're served SEARCHLIGHT DRILL plant should lie rejNtted in sotxl soil,
I durin the evening. ON THE BATTLESHIPS. each time in a larrer rot and Ilurln:; off.If there are worms in the (earth give SKIRTS.

the plant n l.lx'ial Foakiiv with fOlIII- Light Weight Siscillian. $3.50 to tr.r.3Ktamine. : :
; ASKING QUESTIONS. A large number of people gathered ANOTHER suds and you will sir tile worms wriggling $3.50 to 7.50 AMI';,

on the different! wharves and along ; out in a great hurry when they Wash Skirts i .75C to $2.00 z f/3.1;

H An Inquiry Changed a Man's Whole the bay shore last eight to witness may be i-OMly removed. .\ little lime White 1V'[.''--1, latent effects ?nttt'vc "::

Life. the searchlight drill of the war vessels. CITY EDITOR water will answer the pwx>!:e Just as White Waist Suits fl.50 50c to to $4.50$3.50
well and not Injure the plant The
When you get a man to recognize The lights oa every vessel! leaves should be frequently cleaned DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT.
were brought, into the drill and for Lonsdale
llleached Cotton 12
with a lOft, damp cloth and dust notnllowl.d yds
improper nearly an hour formed a very pretty I for $1.00.
to accumulate ou them Just
I : n..r bt'8 Disease and Diabetes Forest Mills, soft finish 14
by using scientific food, the battle is display. try this method on your plant and note .: ')", for $1.00.Indian.
bus! Arc Positively Capable. how promptly health will improve. '@)
half won. One of New York's i Head Domestic, two qualities

.1 ness: men ays- ATTENTION I'ndorjmld Women"Worker. IIII\ 10 and 14c yard. ..

I. "I was: troubled for a Inns time In Ohio 1G-4 Pepperell Sheeting 22/2e yard.
Statistics recently gathered:
Chipley Light Infantry. Fetter Ecsrelke editor end proprietor of the : Unbleached Sheets 40c each.
with indigestion headache, and stoH Asemble armory" hall tonight at California Journal, the German paper of tit:: show that tile average ware paid to Bleached Sheets, 45c each.

ach trouble and had taken various S o'clock for drill. Montgomery St., San Francisco Intervened: women is $.&.-V3 a wi<.k. and the average Pillow Cases 10 and 12/2c each. IlL-
i medicines but with no g'lUtl results Q.-Will yon help us convince the people that cost of living $ r-::4 a wit-k. The BOY'S PANTS.

, howa change ol By order of C B. Parkhill Captain OrighfB Dlaeais had Diabetes are positively highest! average pay Ls that of women 10 pair, good value.. .. 23 cents.
concluded to see
commanding. Curable by reitrrlag to your recovery f making awnings, tents, etc., the lowest 150; pair Coronet. best value to an,

".1 food would affect me. I never cared L. O. Larcom, 1st Srgt. Al'voold it0 a great many mjself,and that of girls in the big machine shops, be found.. . . 50 cents. -.::f01.BOY'S .-',- ?
particularly for cereals of any kind, Icme of them proflvjd by U and WClO'0Ilred.. ,
mid wash rs. In CLOTHING.New .
who rake bolts, nuts / /M
Q.-now long ago a as It IA. ";'
.i but ate meat and pastry continually Columbus women coffin makers average and complete stock from $1.25
six: yean ago. I wee no ill with I:(

. and drank coffee.I MARITIME. Drigtfi DiI bse that the doctors, being unable $ij.S3 per week. Low wages are to $5.00. ....
I found on inquiring that Crape to belp me, advised me as a last resort that I supposedly due to lock of organizationamong n n

. \uts were highly spoken of and (Ieclt1e.1 I try some of the nprlngi Before going I beard women. FISHER BVILOINC COR. PALAFOX & IHTENDENCIA 8I8mm1MwmMmNm
of the Fulton Compound and took It and dldn'tbJ'e ,
it to give them a trial. To say to go. I began to get better, and kept on It Saved His Leg.
i I was surprised at the: resultouU Sailed. with it CIII"a. Cnally as v.el as ever

not begin to do justice to mj fee'ins. Ital bk Christoforo Colombo foSavona. Q.-Any symptoms of a return of It! P. A. Danforth of LaGrange Ga. i
A.-None, although I don't penult a rear to --
: My headaches left net my brain suffered for sit months with a frightful
pan without taking some of U.
became clearer and active; my attacks Cleared. Q -You say you told others? running sore on hIs leg; but

of indigestion prow fewer and Am ss Pensacola, Leech by Gulf A.-I told Ccarlei F.Wackor of 131 Sixth Et. writes that Ducklen's Arnica! Salve CREENHUT & CO.

fewer until they ceised entirely and Transit Co for Tampico with _",_50 about It on learning be had mantles. lie took' wholly cured it in fire days. For A
and Is entirely veil. 1 told a well-to-do German
where I once went home tired, fagged tons coal. lady added with Bright' Disease. She .Ulcers Wounds, Piles, It's the best ,

out and indisposed to any exertion Am barge Yarkand, Aarn by flyer tad been to Eurepe.tor treatment without re salve in the world. Cure gauranteed. .WHOLESALE GROCERS

whatever, I now found a aiffcr- Dros. for Philadelphia, in ballast. sult. She, too, took it and got well. I've told i Only 25 cts. Sold by W. A. D'Alem- ... ,

ent state of affairs. Ger ss Alpha. Brink by W. S. Wi I great many. I know these Compounda to be berte, druggist, 121 South Palafox

tich & Co for Calais and Dublin with certain cure in Brlght'i Disease and Diabetes street Nos. 102 104 106 East Government St PENSACOLA FLA.
My color was good, my muscles It is to incredible that one has to be cured to ,

strong and firm and fully equal to :1 ih)0: s ft lumber, 1,217,111)i) s ft sawn be convinced and K even then dawn: on one -- ---- -- --- -- -- -

anything I asked of them, instead of timber valued at $14,959d. .:Owl,. s.... Hot French Waffles with Do yen want a mall'niftcenwatch I CREX AMERICAN GRASS CARPETS .

soft and flabby. I live two miles Br ss Trojan Thorkildson by W. Medlral works agree that Brlghfs Disease Florida Cane Syrup at for little money? If so, call on AND LINOLEUM FINES
sad Diabetes are incurable,but e7 Stephens, the jeweler. He will ac*
per cent. are
from my business and walk it daily S. Keyser & Co., for Sharpness and Solomon's.DO .
ly recovenag under the Com commodate you. THINQ ON EARTH FOB YOUR
back and forth if the weather per. Rotterdam, with 1,346,000 s ft lumber, pounds. (Common forms of kidney complaint

mits. I am 53: year! old and feel as :340.MO s ft sawn timber, valued at and Price rnPumttlim II for the Bright'offer bat Disease short and resistance IIM for|) FOR LUMBERCall HALL:, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE.
the Diabetic Compound. John J. Fulton Co., YOU KNOW
well and strong: as when I was 30:: and UOi i.G3. HO Montgomery 6'.,San Francisco, sole com- on BEEKMAN LUMBERCO. RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTON &

can ride 70 miles a day on a bicycle Br ss Rosewood McGregor, by Julius pounders.pamphlet Free tests mailed made tree.far patiftUi. Descriptive BEEKMAN LUMBER CO havea for estimates before placing I QUINA.

without feeling any bad results." Schreyer for Rotterdam with large stock of dressed studdingand your orders for lumber. d16-lm

Name given by Postum Co.. HattIe SH. I"o} s ft lumber C04.0tK s ft sawn HANNAH BROS., joist. Oet their prices before Hot Rolls, at 5 p* m tOe Try Gnnther's Candies atSolomon'
timber, valued at $19,515.4')
Creek Mich. .._ ---- Agents for Pensacola. I I buying dlS-lm doz., at Solomon's. J ..


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