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 13, 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
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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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,iR, !RELEASE WILL BE ABOUT I!brick and hated Mrs. Maybrick. She -- I -- "
ADJUTANT-GENERAL' J. C. R. ion: was adopted but no colonel has "
V;"V '. 190-*, ON ACCOUNT OF i : yet seen! his regiment together. I
giving Michael; Maybrick the letter. FOSTER RECOMMENDS AN APPROPRIATION
PREEDOM1u. i: THAT LEVEES IN ISSIQUENA VOTE ON MEASURE TUES- sincerely trust that provision will 1 '
BEHAVIOR The new-made widow was arrested
3:3; I FOR THE ENCAMPMENT be made for giving! the traps necessary .
I while in bed prostrated by grief. DAY-AMENDMENTS ;
COUNTY CANNOT MUCH LONG AND: DE field instruction. ;
The Trial. OF 1903.
ER F.ESIST THE FLOOD. SATS TO SE REGULATED. He also recommends that an appropriation (
On the trial it was hown that on ;
_: l, lGE [ be made to cover the expense '
April 2D!t Mrs. Maybrick bought large
[ of an encampnent for the year lj '
quantity of arfeinical fly-paper, complaining In his annual report to the governor j'
1003 and that the for
: of flies, which were shownto Jackson, Miss., March lAn unprecedented Washington, March 12.-The sen- under date of Oct. 1, l&uS, Ad- appropriation JJ
is frum to -
.i special
; a has !' the fund for the expense of the i
Hood in Misbiasiypi no.\ ats agreed .to vote on the Colom-
he imaginary. A maid testified jutant-General Foster has the follow-
'. ', ,World from Richmond,, tia'canal : Florida state troops be increased to :
that she found the papers soakingin appears certainand the river situationis treaty Tuesday.! The amendments \ ing to say concerning the Pensacola
\ r.o doubt be of interest i cover the cost of renting armories at r
to the treaty are to be considered
a bowl of water, covered with a very grave. companies:
\ readers 4'
: the several stations. of the troops,
Uritish Embassy at trowel. A week later came May Scores of telegrams are pouring in :Monday. I On August 2Cth the headquartersof
and to provide for the contingent ex ,
upon Governor Longino, begging for The request for unanimous agreement .
to brick's illness.! It was shown thata the Third Battalion and companies
': appears officially pense of the adjutant's office
bottle of medicine left was made by Senator Frye as I and K of the 1st
'; Mrs. Florence Maybrickasol at the home aid.The infantry, and Speaking of the recent decision of t

; !- from prison within had been dosed with arsenic while levee board, now in session at! follows: the Second battery field artillery, the supreme court concerning tho '

ICarksdale, believes the levee in Is- "I ask consent that the treaty with
one kept at his office was not. Arsenic were inspected at Pensacola. Thoughnot
... .- : i her counsel are assured renting of armories, he says: 't ,
,: mil be released was found in beef tea, which Mrs. sequena county is sure to give way Colombia be open to general debate strong in numbers, the infantry
on May 1, If an amendment to the Constitution
Maybrick had handled, also in bottles within the next few hours and a ,until Monday morning. Beginning companies made a very good appear is required to authorize counties 'I

vast territory will then be under the ;with the session Monday the senate Y
l.Mtbh has author about the house and in her ance. The battery paraded only
Embassy and
; municipalities to provide armor ,
will proceed to consider amendments
.t!,,, statement that there is no handkerchiefs. She wrote Michael flood. i eleven men; some of its, members ies, I think such an amendment 't
Tents have been for the offered and that upon each amendment
that her husband secretly dos requested were reported being out of the
for the that Mrs was as
: tu.m reports should be proposed at this session of .
himself with which shebelieved people who may be homeless at any II a speech shall be limited to 15 city but absent wit boutlea'e.
:':l.' p.< h'S release is contemplated ing powders many were the legislature. As counties and
moment, but the governor has no minutes to each senator, but that the
hurt him. Michael taxed The battalion
authorities that there I under com
,I. British cities in which the troops are locat'dreceh'e

!..' n no recent correspondence James with this, and he denied it. tents belonging to the state, and is 1 chairman of the committee on foreign mand of Major R. M. Cary, 1st infantry special benefit through the

also the trial that without authority to send tents iq relations and the chairman of the formed in the drill
between Washington It appeared on was spacious
subject I added sense of security which the
his possession belonging to the federal ;committee on inter-oceanic canals h
himself hall of the Escambia
Maybrick was always dosing county armory,
: radon, and that no representavhatsoever shall be allowed minutes presence there of the military gives,
with medicines for stomach trouble gO\ernment. thirty on where the ceremonies of inspectionand
the State I
to Departnave it seems to me only reasonable that
double doses of whateverwas Special trains are now being mad each amendment. That after all muster held the
and taking were inspector
been contemplated.
: or are they[ should be called upon to con
up to rush convicts to the river front], amendments shall have been disposed
prescribed. Unimpeached witnesses being accompanied and assisted by
case is one that would in the I tribute more directly toward maintaining
as there is more work than free labu of, one hour shall be allowed for genral -
,f things be reported through testified that they had seen Colonel Thomas V. Kessler, A. D. C. them than through general

;-h Embassy. Mrs May Maybrick buy arsenic and take it, inIswders and volunteers can perform. The convicts { debate to the side supporting the I The clothing seemed to be well cared state taxation. !

of the state will be distributed treaty, and that one hour shall be allowed
solution. :\ : sufficient that
.nsel are encouraged to be- and Irs.Iay- for, and except one The Uniform. K
along the river front and worked un to the opponents of the treaty.
certain representations brick testified that she had given her or two men wore no cap ornaments,

in through the husband certain powders ho demanded der the direction of guards which will "That, not later than Tuesday next, and some appeared without leggings.The The service uniform will be of | ,a
proper olin,>-drab woolen material for winter }
be appointed by the state. the vote upon the resolution for ratification
f/agland will be carried not knowing they were arsenic; arms were in fair condition, but and Khaki-colored
The convicts are being called in shall he taken without furthr ma
also "On the beforo husband's
day my there were several very bad pieces.
from the various state farms and being d 'bate. That the injunction of terial for summer. The coat is cut i:
death I made him a full and In company I brasses, buttons and "
short to fit !
free confession and received his en sent in special trains to the river. secrecy shall then be removed from leather had been cleaned and polished. loosely over the chest
was Mrs. Florence I (at least five inches in excess of chest M
Gravest! fears are now felt for the the speeches of Senator Morgan already -
'tire forgiveness for the fearful wrong At this station an armorer is #
Mobile Ala. niece measurement and
a ) closely at the
hundreds of people and thousands of printed and submitted to senators -
I had done him. employed to care for the arms and accoutrements .
'" cabinet officer. waist the collar ;.
> ornaments cheverons
This was explained to mean her acres of land. The river is still ris including that to be made by him of the three organiza ; ,
.. ": James Maybrick, etc., are the same as for the "
intent to seek a legal separation. Ex, on: the response to the senate resolu'l This is
.. when ho ing.A arrangement very dress
I : : :i. was a are worn with
perts for the defense swore Maybrick mesage from Natchez says the ion calling for information as good, but it was recommended to the
:Norrolk Va. They the coat to be without
.r ,
: ;" ; worn stripes;
river is three feet above the dan agreement between the Panama Ca
.. died of gastro-enteritis. The prosecution now commanding officer that each enlisted .
: !' :. went to England to be made loose about the seat and ,
declared he died of arsenic ger line, and rising. Local boats arc nal company and our government and be made responsible fjr the
-' I, !. .-:Iltf'en years old. above the knees; to fit closely below ,
overdue, and messengers sent tcBougers they shall be printed in the record,
poisoning at the hands of his wife. care of his own equipment.The .
I ,' Clay! \bricks were devot"i" the knees, extending to the top of
where break in the leveeis and that the speech or speeches made
Mrs. Maybrick was convicted of a battery had two field pieces,
: They had two I the shoes, and to be fastened with ttapes
murder in the first degree. Justice reported, have not returned for and against the ratification of the a Gattling gun and a 12pounderfield
'. liv- laces to be with shoes
lu! whom are now or ; worn
Stephens, who died insane not long; treaty during the hour of general de- Howitzer. The latter is old e
I l'I'lJrl\\ of any dissen- RIVER AT NEW ORLEANS and leggings. ;
side shall be
hate allowed each printed !
afterward, delivered the charge violently and hardly servicable; its carriageand
:, M.i'ih! :?:j, 1SS9: when Active Service. j I
against her. Petitions for NOW RISING RAPIDLY. in record in like manner as thespeeches timber are both decayed and entirely
:;uu'u' sun heard Mrs Since the last annual report of this: i' '
bythehundrcds signed by men of Senator Morgan. I worthless. This piece has :
The riverhere
[ New Orleans, March 12.-
I 111 give it to himi the' department the state troops have
On motion of Senator Gorman
and who speak English in all in since the sixties, and is
women Today been use
is rising more rapidly now.
.' I inr speaking\ to me only twice been called out in aid of
of the world poured in upon injunction of secrecy was removed the of the state. It was
: .i. '* This was after quarters the guage marked 1S.7, a rise of property the civil authorities. I

the home lie commutedher from the agreement. ordered turned into the state arsenal.
secretary. three-tenths of a foot in 24 hours,
d! with his wife fori. That so few calls have been made

sentence to life imprisonment.She bringing it within eight-tenths of the The men of the battery have all been e
: ,'.d National Handi- STREET IMPROVEMENTSNOW upon the military during the past ; ;
is in Aylesbury prison.If in Gattling gun drill, and .
now record of 1S9;. The weather contin practiced .
testifies to the
!lr.rly: ; who was BEING MADE.. year law-abiding spiritof ,
Mrs. is released next also equipped with Springfield
: hotel with them. Maybrick lies rainy and cloudy.An are the people of this state, for thegovernor ,

r this that another year, as reported, it will he in accord increased force of men was pat Street Superintendent Johnson deserves carbines with which they drill as has been prompt to render ""- ,

',11! i -. Maybrick say ance with the ordinary progress of. to work along the river front today: and has the thanks of the residents infantry. assistance wherever and whenever it

1 -.and.' a life sentence in England which in ; and sacking is now to be carried on of West Gadsden street for A quantity of unservicable clothingand was required.The .

,i1 ill on April 27, the case of well-conducted prisonersdoes all along the line. The engineers arc some much needed work done on that stores was found on hand with troops quickly and enthusiastically ';

not exceed twenty years, which from other each company, and the responsible '
!take medicine pre- without advise today street between Baylen and Spring. responded to each call and conducted

term is considerably reduced by points in the state. has received officers were directed to make application -
: .il physician. His This spot for months past themselves in an orderly and

a',1 I rubbed his hands good behavior.It the overflow from North Palafox for a board of survey. There soldierly manner, performing their

i I i.< il of numbness may be assumed that Mrs. May- STEADY RISE AT MEMPHIS; Hill, which, having no outlet, remained was much room for improvement in duty so as to merit the highest commendation

1 1. r Mlly old darling brick's sentence will thus expire in LEVEES ARE GROWING WEAK. in the street and yards until absorbed administrative work in all the com .

r !ie.1 went to his of- May, 19U4. It is understood that Memphis, Tenn., March 12.: -The by the ground or dissipated by panies. While cash acconrils and

when she is released she intends to records of issues to enlisted men ;,
-..I!:" beef tea his wife river is steadily rising at :Memphis, natural evaporation, making it a COMING TO
reside in Louisiana. Her mother, were kept, the prescribed company SEETHE
in the
: L'1'. w sick a ain.Maybrick's the guage today marking 35.6: feet. breeding place for mosquitoes BATTLESHIPS.The .

Letter. Baroness de Roques, who resides at The local weather bureau officials summer and a menace to health. A books were not kept, and if on hand

.\ :. .'! a letter eleven Rouen, France, visits her whenevershe have issued a warning bulletin, in ditch has been cut on the south side were not posted. Only company I Mobile papers state that between -

is allowed by the prison regula- had organized a summary court.It .
!1' ui'-d to his brother, which they say that the water will of the street and the sand thrown upon 2CO and 300 people will leava t

tions. the north side which is expected to is'ery necessary that the ,l '

Uown as "Stephen reach :28 feet and advising that 39 should be that city on an excursion for this
armory at Pensacola provided t
;' T of the song "Nancy; feet is probable. correct the evil.
I. Grand Matinee Saturday by the with suitable store rooms and place on Tuesday, March 17. Theyare
"h '',Maybrick re- Reports from Caruthers\ille, where
Huntley-Moore Co. Play "Lost Para THE POLICE COURT with individual lockers for the en coming to visit the battleshipsand 1
of his be washing
circumstances the levee is reported to
", dise." 'Prices: Children lOc; Adults, THIS MORNING.. listed men. will arrive here about 1 o'clock
"> : called, installed away, state that the banks have caved
20 cents. Xo extra charged for re- Under the head of encampments,, on the above date.
"1 : caught Mrs Maybrick badly in front of the junction of the et
served seats. Now on sale at Coe'sBook Only fourteen penitents confronted the adjutant says:
.1 \ from one bottle in. "loops," necessitating the abandonment
store. Mayor Jones in the police court this In view of the fact that the state See Hudgins new style of label.
Kil- v it had a scdi- of the old levee. Engineer
morning. Of three arrests under the troops are uniformed and armed by
telegraphs that the new levee
patrick charge of and it is only
dangerous suspicious the general government,
tin i May 11, 1SS9. On Tragedy Averted. can hold five additional feet of water, New Novels.
characters, two were discharged and reasonable that the expense of;
'' ,' Alice the nick of time our little situation is well in hand
gave to Mrs "Just in and that the one, a white man was held for the training them should be borne by The latest popular copyright novels,

: :.laid, a letter to post, boy was saved" writes Mrs. W The levee two miles south of Ca- Jackson county authorities. the state. And to make them an a big stock just received at {

1. Hrierly. Esq., llusI Watkins, of Pleasant City, Ohio. ruthersville is caving badly and the Henry Wills, on the charge of vagrancy effective military force it is essential WALKER'S BOOK STORE..,.... "

I K-rpool." Alice said "Pneumonia had played sad havoc greatest danger is looked for at that was given sixty days. that they should have practice in .... 113 So. Palafox Street I

,.j the letter in the muJ with him and a terrible cough set point. The country for fifty miles Of the remaining cases one was discharged the field. The vane of and necessityfor Mll-4t

'.''ing it in a clean en- in besides. Doctors treated him, around CaruthersviUe is flooded and one not prossed and six con such instruction is disputed by See
Hudgins' new label.Working .
-'!.e happened to read hut he grew worse every day. At railway traffic has been suspended. tinued. The fines aggregated $30. none who have military experience,,

length we tried Dr. King's New Discovery Landing places along the river are and that those best qualified to judge Overtime.

V-r: letter under cov'i. for Consumption, and onr darling submerged, many towns are entirely recognize the need
board( and Captain Lucas are continuing of such matters Eight hour laws are Ignored by -
hand just after Iwu saved. lie's now sound and surrounded and the river has backed the
was in training
their work of supervision of the of field instruction those tireless little workers-Dr.

> on Monday. ..lieI well" Everybody ought to know, up for miles. levees from New Madrid, Mo., to t'-e citizen soldiery Is shown by the bill King's! New Life Pilla. Millions
are 1
,I, .llh:the doctors held sure cure for Coughs, Another weak spot in the levee system which
the only provides
it's is at Vancluse. mouth of the White river. now pending In congress, always at work, night and day curIng .
1, > -terday, and now and all Lung diseases Guaranteed apparent now, militia be ordered
Colds Many refugees from the lowlandsare that the may Indigestion, Biliousness, Constipation '

'.p'n; how long his by "V7. A. D'Alemhertfc, 121 S. Ark. A "sand boil" appeared there arriving Memphis.. into camp with the regulars, and that Sick Headache and all stomach .
street. Price 60c. and ;1.00. back of the levee Tuesday between
'!,1lIut. .Cannot an- Palafox just each state and territory furnishedwith
". Trial bottles free. the horns of a bend in the LiTer and Bowel troubles Easy
,, r fully today, darling, The "boil" Qaallty U what makes price. ItBurnttt' materials of war shall, duringthe pleasant safe, sure. 0y 25c at W.
mind of all fear river wast of Lake the allot l
ANNOUNCEMENT. but its Vanilla Extract was BO better next year preceeding A.. D'Alemberte'a drug store. 121 S. .
>,v in the future. M. was promptly supressed, appearance required each "
wouldbe of funds
Mr. John B. Vaughan has been appointed underground than other extracts its price ment Palafox street.
"!* since and indicated an of its organized
and battery
the Once tried always troop
i agent ot the News at Century same company,
!L.' is ignorant of every- fissure that may prove dangcroul.Yanc1iJse used. militia to participate In practice ;
,r He will receive and receipt for daily the third United; States TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY ;
is in
'name: of the street.
,. and weekly subscriptions and adrertlsomenta supervision of Grand Matinee Saturday by theHuntleyMoore marches or go into camp of Instruction Take Laxative Bromo QuinIne Tablet All .

,- -,'rawl!, my darling, district, under the least five consecutivedays. drdEgietl refund the money II It retie to
and keep the Newt on hand Charles L. Potter. : Co. Play "Lost Para for at care. E. W. UroTe's ilgoatare 1* oa acts
>'athe room for a Captain box !oc.
his restaurant at all times. distributing suppliesand dise." Prices: Children 10c: Adults, .
1 ." uot know when Iwi'o at The work of 1
> sub-stations along 20 cents. No extra charged for reserved The troops of this state have not

: you again In FURNITURE, FOR establishing since 1893. By the TrrGunther' .
CREX GRASS assembled
will continue until all danger seats. Now on sale at Coe's been

FLORIC. THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED the levee The St Francis levee i Book store. Act of 18S9 the regimental form, Solomon

"'- l ". l' w?> devoted to Mat ROOM, AT MARSTON & QUINA'6.. is past. J I



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as long as the state does not give Dow a Sliarsfcot Work

First Man to Scale them an opportunity for instruction The sling Id a weapon made of cord 1 r
and without finding them a place 'In or of hId, at the end of which a stone

which to drill. more or less heavy Is placed to be

"The federal government Is doingall thrown to a distance. It Is unnecessary
Wall of Pokin.Mr to de-jcribe an instrument which Is In
3 that it should do for us; but we
the hands; of every schoolboy, but II
know that we are only the left arm of may be stated that its principle is the (

the federal government and the right bringing into play the law of centrifucal .

James A. Gait, of the Fourteenth U. Infantry, Which Was arm of' the state government" force. The stone, swung around In

the First to Scale the Wall of Pekin and Plant the Stars : Mayor Fletcher Fletcher had Appears.Mayor entered. the the which sling is proportionate tends to fly off to at the a centrifugal tangent- for infants and Children.The .

and Chinese Possessions Contracted Inflam force, but it is heM back by the has borne
Stripes on room while Captain Parkhill was Kind You Hare Always Bought the signs.
which while whirling the slim
speaking, and was referred to pleas- hand, taro of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under lii*
mation of the Kidneys and Was Cured ByWARNER'S around restrains! the flight ot the
antly. In closing Captain Parkhill charge it contains. The stone escapesat personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow m ono

called upon the chief executive to relieve a tangent the Instant the hand] to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and

SAFE CURE him.Mayor ceases to act. "Just-as-good" are but Experiments, And endanger the

I Fletcher ascended the platform health of Children-experience against: Experiment.

CJCB: OALTS FATHER WAS ALSO CURED OF GALL-STOXE3 BY SAFE ctRE.r.I I and explained his absence st't- Mliatated the Pro.'... The Kind You Have'
the class Always Bought
ing that he had been detained at the The new teacher asked of _

I Knights of Pythias hall. the following question: 1 Bears the Signature of
John had five oranges.: James gave
1 j Continuing Mayor Fletcher spokeof
. him eleven, and he gave Peter seven
the Florida state troops and ,said: '
How many did he have left?
that the state could not afford to have Before this problem the class recoiled.

the usefulness of that organization .

impaired. He urged that it was a duty "Please, sir" said a young lad "we ..

the state owed to itself to providefor always does our sums In apples."-Lit, ,fIn

her soldiery. His refferences to tle Chronicle. Use For'Over 30 Years. '

the services of the Florida state ....r.r. CD.".'.', rr"_.M _'
1 a.r- -
( Baby "Drlnkfd.
troops in the past were eloquent. Ke
")!amma, what do you think? Baby
was proud he said, to say that when
drank some of the cat's milk," exclaimed .
the Florida soldiery was called uponIt =- Y= 1 f..1 B.
found true and faithful. horrified Louise."Nell s- WRIGHT GOfflPflU Y
was always ,
Sr mamma, said \baby, "I don'tfink
He desired to thank the Florida soldiers the kitty cared, 'cause she didn't I
C for the service they rendered to say a flag, and anyhow I Just drfuket] I

Jacksonville after the fire, and claimed a little of the dirty part" -
that Jacksonville would never for ,
set; that service, and would always be NASAL CATARRH quickly yields

\ found steadfast in advocating a liberal to treatment by Ely's Cream Balm, jJ.j\, SkIED CYPRESS SHINGLES..iIi3.TIml; !Sza,

\\.g assistance for the Florida soldiers. i which is agreeably aromatic. It I- PENBACOLA. FLA.

He referred to the time when hey I received through the nostrils ,, .
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was a third sergeant in the oM] Jacksonville cleanses and heal the whole surface

Light Infantry, and said he i over which it diffuses itself. A rem. COAL AND WL1i

always felt an interest in the militia I edy for nasal catarrh which is drying -

of Flor:.da. :le asked the soldiers\ to or exciting to the diseased memo
signify in what way Jacksonvillecould brane should not be used. Cream
Balm is as a specific.
Price 50 cents at druggists or by mail.
General Foster Responds. A cold in the head immediately disappears :
General Foster thanked Mayer when cream balm is used. SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW

Ely Brothers, Warren street, New
Fletcher and was grateful to noic that
York Thompson Olsen & C1]
Jacksonville was so earnest in proffering "

her assistance to the Florida
: SEND YOUR ORDERSto Manresa Street, Tele f hone 147.
std.." tro->ps.Me I _. ,
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l II tl tlNI referred to the obj>rt of I Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or
electrical work. work ESTABLISHED 1862.
the meeting: and said that he ws I Repair a
'4 specialty. -
t '1 t JAMES A. GALT.ft. glad to see the interesting rrs\lonse'l

Paul, L i.n., SoTi-mbrr 14, 1'O2. I made to tie: tt.1! for the me'.lI ?. II2 Rpjrular communicationof McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
t Warner s Safe Cure Co., Rester, X. Y : E.C; r iliu i.i r t'.j v ir, t-ttl.-l ju mj Escambia: Lodkre No. 15, ,
Jddueys an 1 MtuLli-r, causing severe imlnmmntion au'lri"i.s i-uis in j d iz-g ulna At said t'.at tha officers should: Coit !" F. and A. :\1.,7:30 p. in., 0 -DtALlRg Itt- 0
-;lie time uf my diKliarga,1 w simply unlit for duty Mi-l tuiaulu to v.ort.Hy closer touch with each other and G *Monday, March 16.
b ; father Lail Uva cure.1 of il-stoue! t'.imuh t'ao uof V.'unyr's h'.ife Cure, and sc
t heudvix> ,II I eniej like a (!o I for four months and was then coaiplUiy curr l. Tli1 ti < .r e.t t :i nj atu ag.i, taut 1Am the National \ D'C. KESSLER 805 AND COS 8. PALAKOX 8TUt ;T.
ph as '.t to state that I have bad n > r Lipso slam, l<:.t n *i eel iyini mat fs'Ili-nt to form a state auxiliary to HARRY W. GIBBS, W. )1,
health and gladly\ dcI in'lor-jyour Safo t'.i-e. Very nsifullr" N--irs JAMES AOALT Guard Assiciation. Another: I Secretary. -.. ......... 11 tar E N OY- -
I City Hot*1. h't Paul 1, Minn. S-'ecrctary' to Culjil'.l Liu0-0u.t, : .'i U. 5. IjTautrv, o I"I I! REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S BO1SH ('ON
I'reyJunt St Paul Ski CluU
Regulars. general revision of the state militia : NOTICE. GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUNNEL & BON'S PCMl'H.

"SAFE CURE" CUBES ZACXACHE.If laws. I have been authorized to tafct 5nw crags FiliU, Dill, Iiotlca! lailrnninti! ChrIs! .islin, toil;

you liava: ]rains in the lack:, rh"rnatm, tir1; aci I JK:;.ii. vl "Lit .'';uut,duilx: tv.- Foster Made Chairman. I inscriptions forVnt.. Jeniuntjj COMPASMf.'SLOGS, t TU.
: i! Dright dt-H-a-, iuliii ion .,f t1:.e LM.U ;li r. !M' ,: UH' : '" "..-.; r 11.3 -.\U. Bryan's paper, "The Commoner.The .
,.. .. ,, Colonel: Lore! nominated General C. McKenzie Oertiug< Collecting for Bar Pilots' Benevolent ASMciation.
;" a } saUou faintiu f!-lS, 8,1-.-ill!" If .: .il:.> w a.ui ", 1-.f..1 : 'j. ': :I" ,., ,.:.: tII.s ityouthatyourkidatysl'tel. Foster as the temporary chairman of ; vance. The de"irinir the paper: .
" : \. ,.:id.-aif.ra1 .! t.. .. f'.1 I ; ... ,l. _-'. ..: :.: t : .. .
,, the The nomination was seconded can have it sent to them by sending
., .. meeting.
1. out FUt'h : "msat.;.: -\i iininoi 'nr-at'.rtiit' .v. rhinyoutirinitt' -" '-d '.; !'
}"oubh"IIUl' oiii> tliic-Rita Cn'\ Imttlaof l :,' <....:t.IH y(a.r u.r'.s;;iats. It will rcUf.- by Lieutenant. A. Jones of (l.Qdto the undersigned. THE GARDEN SECTION
yuuatouvantetrvrtarr.utneitcure. Jt K:Hi : U-H .ag< '-
tai Jacksonville.: The motion was put
.: IF IN: POUIJT MAKE TMIS TEST: letsono ;ii .n'-njiirim' stand f.,r trv.c+,-f.-oI. Care Daily
r. tours in n pla-s or 1 lttl... If tin'n it is wiLy; or iliu i,'. t''f rut: .inn.. n roJ'lL-h, beck d i to the house by Colonel Ixivell and o-OF-o
t ttttiuicat, or if partac-Ks or germs Coat ulwut in it, your fe. :IL.; s ui o (k xwI unanimously carried.! PEARL & DOLIVE.

; ANALYSIS FEE.It Captain McDonald! was selected as Pensacola, Florida.Near .

: aft.'r you hn.11 male this tot, you Dave nuy .I'JILt in vcr r-in! 1 1'" to t11 ,1.\p"r temporary secretary. I Call on them at the corner of Gar-
pent of thd Ih.('a.'" ill Jour !;\-II" !!, ...I!.! :L "' :::; : l- .::11. ..... tit:,.. ..:....!...l. i (.lc8n Committee on Procram. i Jen and Alcaniz street for carpenter East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
I {, went \rltrn..r' Nlipl'uru eo.;1:'w1Lr, x Y., CJ' ;' ::,. -: ; .,... ..t....... .t."'"_ is :'.' i. Captain Cromwell Gibbons moved and electrical work.?r phone GtiO.i .
YI'U ft'rt'I.rt"Ith ndt II? fr,,',of(dl3l"l ti Y"'l, t. '1"v : : 11 !.1 !' ',-rIm; : .
, filldi&acsoftakilut.Lv: I','r Ill. II0>..1, Pl' ("hIi"", ,,...,. that a committee of three be appointed i MEAT & MALT ha a marvelous Beautiful Lots for Sale.
' 4'' All Irtters from real audan,wertil ',_-. : '. AU lecttLeaLi
. women by a \.1'1 I; or"f J-JH' Tho motion ,
on program.; was seconded
1 in strirb'.t conlhl.'lIl'\ dietetic value.VhiIw refreshing and
. 11'arner'safeCure iiur'ly wt',1" ant ('tI1tJIL0): 1I11'"tc nr harmtul drug;. by ('apt. Jewell of Tampa, and : pleasant to take, it :helps assimilation 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, according :
"r j.ti! It is frmfnlutsttiGmrntan.1i1t'nntt; 1tal..0). It(; z.itcusptde.ih: IIIUu"t\/llon'I. caried. General Footer appointed on i
to location and
. and($eetivutonieitkaitinlalautti! Iii...tnnnmlmiaL.; ; ,:,t'' : ''1.I'I'r.: ;;; itriw3ic I of fond. Sold byDANNIIEIS surroundings.
I the tjj\lI", 'M'UU'S iutlamrnatitlJ\ Irritatlun, btitiiiliatis tp :, ", 'N t.1 nr-:8n:: ,, atv that committee Captain GtbUms Major SER BROS.!
( at tho same time. IthUlI.lsu1'tlll'I..Igh'l"'lt-rr.- ::thmlr.-tlr.o: ('w.n.). VOL o Maxwell! and Captain I'arkhi'.l.: I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View,
I can buy bate Cure atany drug store or dirt' t. W l'ITAXD; : *l A LUTTL11Beware :
. On motion of Col.! W. A. Mac Williams Fertile Lands.
, I. of so-called kidney cures which are full of sediment and of bad odor AN ART STUDIO. High, Dry
i Jtbty are positively harmful and do not cure. the! chair appointed; Col. Mac-
WARNER'S SAFD PILLS the bowels and aid I I have opened a studio In room 9,,
i move gently a speedy cure.: Williams Colonel Kessler Major Por The grandest opportunity for investment eve
i Salisbury block, where I will give
-' ter. Major Bingham: and Major Drat offered in Pensacola.
MILITARY ASSOCIATIONHAS 1 spoke of the conduct of the troops at shaw as a committee on permanent : lessons iu my own system of draw-

that time and pledged! Jacksonville's organization. I in -cf1l1ed Black: aud White"- Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.
BEEN ORGANIZED. also iu French Pastel painting and
undying gratitude.C. Committee on Legislation.

I B. Parkhill. Colonel Sackctt moved that a com Newspaper and Magazine Illustrat-
f r'' (Times-Union.) I ice. A. "V. CllllDlDSCorner

' { If the opening' sessions: of the convention Captain Parkhill !sail: in part: I mittee of ten be appointed on legisla 1 have taught large classes in every .

! of the officers of the Florida "On behalf of the officers of the lion. The motion prevailed, General : town iu Georgia and in many of the
Garden and Bru Streets.
I ffmalecolle;oo of the rfuuth, ?o can
that he would
Foster stated appointthis
I State troops is to be an indication Florida state troops h(>re assembled of
I orft-r y''u an experience twenty-
the meeting is to be just what theTimesUnion I have the honor and the pleasure to : committee later. five In the studio will be
years. ,
JT. 0. KENT WM. H KNOWLK8: W. K. HYKU. Jit, J. H. Rt-KPK
sincere thanks for Colonel MacWilliams moved that found the choicest collection of
t has been predicting for return our : thi- I I President. Vlea-Preeldont. Cttbler. Au'& Cubier.
in reference to legislation work ever shown by a singleartist
[ it-the most important convention of gracious and cordial welcome .to our any sturges'ion :. crayon

i the Kind to be held in this state this city. We realize that we could not be referred to the committee I to everyone and an to invitation come and is see extended it. My '

: spring. have selected a better place in which on legislation. Captain Jones moved I term* for instruction are moderate.: First National BankOF

, .: Coming as it (;!oe'; upon the ere of to hold this important meeting that I an amendment to the effect that al OllS A. MILLER.We ;
I' the meeting of the Florida Legislature here in the metropolis of our state. ; such communications be referred to i will launder your spreads foi
In fact as we are present from all the secretary of the committee on
and hating a bearing upon one
f I 115 cents each and make: them li! PENSACOLA. FLA.
1 i of the most important matters to parts of the state we realize that all legislation. The motion as amendedprevaied. '
i like uw. Star Laundry.
I I come to the attention of that body roads! lea.l to Jacksonville, and! that -.-- 1DIZ'LnCTCL-h

the mooting of these representative though the capital of the stateIs ,I I To Have Banquet WH H. KNOWI.E3. W. A. BLOUNT, F, C. BRENT. N. K. UYKH JI

., 1\ men at this tim is a most auspicious not located here, yet it is in truth !! Colonel I.ovell announced the ban E. W. PEAKE, D. O. BRENT,

the center of energy thrift and af. quet at the Windsor tonight. and No. 30 South Palafox street, keep

r j one.Gather* 1 at this mooting are soMe feet ion. and where the people can, slated i. it was very important that theofficers call bells, wires and all kinds <-f 1
I < electrical supplies. Have him do rr fii ui nymaU BX na BgU i !
t I of the representative men of the state I gather to best attract attention and! presentleave their names with your work. Call phone :Dfl.ADELlGHTiULBEVEBAGE: I ; 1 ,

and there are several of themlii) :; enlist the support of the people 01( the secretary.
"' the state. i The roll of the Florida state trviop-
have beta : i'lti't1:: with the politicil
, ; J5CTW* 3 .-TOown Bills of Exchange on Groat Britain Irtish!
. history jf Florida andhe are today "As this is the first time that many was then called.
r I I Ii of us have been here since the days i i On motion of Captain Gibbons themeeting '.h'l'.1.ny. a"act> .\1!' r'3, I-ily, Holland, Hpain, Belgium Rt6P:1'I:
Florida : w, t-* -if". r-er ''-.rk 'iril i ] of jour ativersify in 1I flJl, we rejointo adjourned until ;3 p. m. --

; !4 e ctvded in getting together a largo see how Jacksonville has risen,. i Officers Elected. I _y V ..add D.tsrfd upon the Most FaTorc.We Terms, ard ii'l:
1 I t I crowd of the officers of the Florida : Phenix-like from her ashes. I| After the constitution and by-liws! I Oili atlom Taken Payable at Fort of ebtiration Ten or Flitee: DII

j' state troops, and ail of them have "We congratulate yon that the rule! had been adopted, the ccnventiou! ; \fter Vegsel! Arrives here.

come to Jatk.-on\il1e in order to study of the bayonet has given place! to tht ceeded\ to the election of oTicers.: rt L .r..vSaety DepoaitBozo! for Rent in Connection

the conditions of the tate troous aiuljsuggest i government of the ballot and tha t:. :I Adjutant General Foour"as elect ''with which we have a Priva p&rtment for tbeUIl:

J something for the betterment !! instead of the march of the military} 'J president by acclamation. The fol- ', of 3?an tart. _
of the organization. guard upon your streets we now SeEthe 'lowing is a list of the officers elected:

Meeting Called to Order. I Cracker and the Yankee standin:: !' I'resi.Ient--\djutant General Fo DR. KING'S PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

The meeting was called to order at I shoulder to shoulder in earnest tffor' t t ter. I .
I First-Vice President-Col. C P I TRY NEW DISCOVERY -
the Windsor Auditorium yesterday for the people of this beautiful city. .| p W. C. ROWE M. D.
morning at 11 o'clock. There were at "We assemble here in time 01 f[ Lmell. FOR THAT COLD. ,

least seventy-five officers present. I peace to prepare for war. and to tLi;s I. Second-Vice I'r.-fid.-nt-Co! I. E. I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Office: 17X S. PaUfoi.Honri .

Briefly General Foster introduced Major end we want the ear of the Legisla- Webster. from 8 to 8JJ a. m. sad i to I P- "

John S. )Maxwell who in the absence -1 ture. We are citizens who believe ii I !E'cretarr-Capt. B. S. MicDonnell Cures Consumption.Coughs, .I and after 7 o'clockIPlaono

of Major Fletcher delivered the I the second amendment of the Constitution !_ I Treasurer-Ensign H. H. Buckman I Colds, Bronchitis!!, Asthma, I OJ3.

address of welcome. The welcome of I of the United States that Vwellregulated 1 Executive Committee Maj. J. X Pneuinoma1IayFevCTIleu- -

the offictrs by Major Maxwell was militia! is necessary t<) H. Cox. risy, LaGrippe Hoarseness I
I ,
appropriate ant sincere. He stated the securing a free state.: i i The following were named on the Sore Throat and I, ,

that Jacksonville appreciated the I "We are soldiers who have dedicated :! committee on !legislation: Col. Henrye' A SAFE bllHDIAKf' Croup ATTORNEY-AT-LAT.

presence of the of the Florida ourselves to the service of th Bacon.. Col. S. T. Shayl r. Col. C. P 4 Uf.fl "Whooping Cough. I. Office309 Thiesen Building

state troops. He spoke of the times I state. We know we cannot get ad a. Lovell. Col. Wm. A. MacWifiiams. Co!. 'n UuUj MEDWINE. I NO CURE. NO PAY.
PricI50c.andS1. Hoor -8:30 to 1 II. m
following the fire when Jacksonville! 'quate compensation for the sacrifice I. E. Wf-bsier, Capt. Cromwell! Gib- For sale byDannheisser

had with her the Florida: state troops, i i: we make in its behalf, b'tt we kno r bons. will I 2:30p.m. to6:30p.m. .
repair your watches and l cecrte.All
Practice In all state and federal
and referred to the great appreciation :'that a thing is worth doing well. Bros. lewelry in >jret-class style J. ] ,i basinets entrusted to me trill r.:' "

Jacksonville! felt for them. He i ii ixt "We know that men will not enlist t I Subscribe to the News, 10 a week. i Stephens. I I prompt and diligent attention.

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-- "-- '- --. TOILET -

Don't fall to rinse the teeth thoroughly
Da Not Born Off the Vegetation. Following ia the schedule of the
with an alkaline wash (limewater -
r Though the cost of It Is an old custom to burn every- is good) after taking; acl s. joyernment steamer General French

thing we can on the farm. This la a which THE: NEWS prints for the

has increased great mistake. Every kind of rotting Xo matter how hopeless your hair benefit of the merchants! who ship t

w, living vegetable matter valuable.. The decaying w may seem brush It every night The i their goods to the various army r

\ V Like good effect of this treatmentvill I posts:
grassland stalks and leaves of

t the cost of every sort help to furnish readily solu- show in time.Don't I Leaves Pensacola____ Tyw,a.m.
L.* vei Rarr.n.'aB.--.___
1 ble food Comet let tartar accumulate on the r10am. A
for the nest make
crop. They r a I (.tInelPlckens Saw a. ml ;
i teeth, for Its brings a whole trail of Uave. Barrancas.__ i.
: I the best possible manure except the ,-. 1 __ 11:1:1: ?.m.
animal matter In the sky comes evils In its wake. Have it removed by I Ia truces Pen>acola ___ ioj5 a. m.
the of health Arrives Barrancas 11:10 a. m. and then
But it is not alone for the manure a star dentist at least twice a year. i lI\kel a trip to Fort MoRee and then re- )

that famous and Pure alcohol has the effect of bleachj j :aras to arrancas. -,
valuable. In
they are rotting remedy Leaves
UneedaBiscuit told despon Barrancas_____ \V
tt. they create humus. Without humus does for the stomach 1 In? the hair. It will make it very dry I L"aVI'l1'ICkl'OI!' __? __.. l:2Sp.m.p. m.

our soils will not yield. Anything that '! that which It 1 curing Pall end lighten it considerably. Diluted Loaves Leaves feysacola ____'_ ':80; p.m. :
is unable to do for Hickens ______ 6:15 p.m.
I c Increases the humus in the soil greatly \ stomachtroubles half and half with water it will not Arrives rtarrancai 6:80: p. m. and makes
( 1 itself, even if but trip to MeKee
increases the capacity of that soil to anddigestivo bICl :h.
I' slightly disordered On Wednesdays and Satnrdtyo the
produce. I or overburdened. ''j'\ disorders.ThisN Benzoin must not be used on the boat will leave Barrancas via Pick-
For this should \ lands unadulterated. Glycerin ben
reason we carefully ens for Pensacola at 6:30 p, m.

preserve and plow in every possible !' Kodolsupplies \ zoin and rosewater In equal parts will The General French is for army ,

pound of vegetable matter. Whenever '! whiten the hands beautifully and leaveno pirposesonlv and any outsider must +S

you see a smoke on the farm you may \ bad effects whatever if discontin hive a pass from the quartermaster
I ----.a..... ...... the natural \l lf ued. stake passage 01 her.
know that there that
part of '
goes f Juices of digestion and ,; ,I
is ever the same-- farmer's money, literally "gone up In does the work of the ,I, 1\,1 t It Is said that the hands may be

i smoke." stomach, relaxing the \i quickly whitened by the following process
; Fire has done almost as much damage nervous tension, while Il : Hub them well at night for three TA ii.&tii&i; ;
to the farms as the water. Never the inflamed muscles I \;:', nights la succession with almond oil CINSURANCE
\ \'
burn anything that will rot. Anythingthat and membranes of that 1 X .1'' and then cover with as much fine chalk ,

I ; t will burn will rot. Therefore: nev- organ are allowed to ,' l.: 1\'" as they will take. I
rest and heal. It cures \
er burn anything on the farm.It : ; When the muscles of the face sag and t: '
I Indigestion, flatulence, I
I Is true that sometimes a very tilt> skin is wrinkled apply this
'( palpitation of the heart, \ llu'l SAND k
heavy coat of grass poorly turned under nervous dyspepsia and tion: One ounce of tienzoln to .

rt\ and that too late in the season all stomach troubles by I are ;ulttIf.'nral! drops of orange I REAL ESTATE,

\\ will cut off capillary action until it cleansing purify(::g and lower tv-ater. Ma!( ,H go into the pores : No. South Palafox Street.

In the same In-er-seal Package. has time to rot This sometimes causesa strengthening the glands, 1 at night. This tightens! the skin. I -

Ii I I'' slight delay in the crop and gives membranes of the storeachanddigesnveorgans.- I IHealth
Partial List of Desirable Dwrilings
BISCUIT COMPANY some trouble In the work. For this .
1 NATIONAL I lU-tter Than Wenllh. for Kent In Various Parts

reason many have decided that it pays Health and happiness ought to go to of the City:

> I I V> burn elf the grass. It may seen Kodol] Cure !gether. Have you ever reflected that 13i.C-) :S'i-gtory! hou containing u rooms ,

# I I Jo do so on the first crop, but so greatis Dyspepsia i it you are :'et' from bodily ills you are ail upper modern and lower convfnirncts.doors bath oa
corner lot,
I the benefit later on that we ('an'II u lucky person? Nature has smiled on nice jam and shrubbery stable outhouse -

r ers of Pneumonia. i afford to lose this little for the larger four Deafer Cm Supply You. you aul the world Is at your fretI street,, etc \o. XU East LftKus ,
I ltvav to JI Jnk it Goad Oment. t
this time if neglected is later gain. Bottles only. $1.00 Clzs holding 2M times know it mother! who has her children oo-'I.tory boarding house. containing ,.
1'usl.icktHl limit lalsitlu Ith the whiteof I I the trial sue which sells: fur SOe.Freiared 25 rooms, known ;
Keep the fires out of your farm.- I rehearse their blessings every as the ponce da }
i',Ie pneumonia which Is. MIcg is a b.wic: : and gaud tviui-tt. by E. OeWlTT < CO.. CHICAGO. Leon hou e..o. Iw Ett>t Jntendeon- t
Southern Cultivator.Corn uioruir.g at the ivakfast! : table. Neil cia Url't'l
iM!, and even when the It drier! \'t'rj' qui(ldy, Oven ha\'III ; a I 1a.uu-Ade.irable2-story' : modern i'
doll and Tom dwelling )
I is thankful for her jrrato'ul
recovered tho lungs are ]I tcn-lfiicj- dry before the broken 7 rooms, most desirable section of the .
and Latitude. I tliat it has Muwcd. The mother city on a corner on the street '
edges; of tie article! can be brought: to- line. car
making them peculiarly ]: I An immense amount of corn grownin ,, usually\ says, "I am thankful! that I 0 *SINorth! reelona 8treet.
utthir. If quickly mixed and Mpplieil John Kheppard.Hitrjris' Pharmacy $3O.00l.arge.tory dwellIng. lu t
.' to the development of the west last year was caught by aidneyKann. am wl'liulld that I have a good appetite tronlJng Seville square, i'ojI rooms Ea.S
the II\<'r.111.J dish will be strong: and
m. Fuley's Honey and Tar' the early frost and killed before tLe and ran enjoy the beautiful things 1IO.01: >-Comfortabie Government litrt'et. .
really fur usu within a few Lours. -- new S-story: modern '
kernels hardened. That is why we see in this wt>rld." IIwl'lIlnI ,1
p the cough, heal and Table Spread or ItOI{. rooml very desirable sec-

,n the lungs and prevent lost to I'llfk I'lOITH.. so much in the papers about "soft Cut from heavy paper a simple design A maiden aunt felt called upon to ro lion lIlAylen ottbe between city strong situated and oa DeSoto North .I .,

: :ua. W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 ; corn." One reason for this was that of flowers and leaves and busts! hake the selfish attitude of the family. streets.$25.002story.

-. I itox street. It is a mistake to use cardboard boxes corn growers wanted to increase the It heavy fijni.t'l or broiideloth. "Always thinking and talking aboutyourselvesthink : dwelling in Rood order with ia '
in flowers to be sent upon rooms, three doors from the bell
packing by
size of the plant and sent too far south Thread a daniiUK needle with worsted of others," said she. tin%?fi-B88ll(1 water throughout 'j

maiLI'a's use a tin box lining It for seat It will not do to plant 12iJ yarn and, (.iM'jdnnin at the center of "My point Is," said the mother, "to t::n.nn-f"0/ : IONorrb Barcelona street
with a shut of damp moss and above! o0-l-etorydwelling 7 rooms, city water "k
day corn in a ninety day latitude. It each leaf or flower put it up through make the children appreciate their particular bath, gag, wltb large Corner lot,No.
this a sheet of florist's paper or tissue may mature some seasons, but the the blessings and after awhile by MC WestVr'Rbt street.
CASTORIAFor the other i is 'ut.'r. (
brave thecrutlrsurn :hances are against It close gibletothefirsttstttch, continually looking on the sunny side l lt5.ia-beltonerPcwtedthroughouton
In It fits into nth fryothat stt ns as ">
Infants and Children. we have the advantage at ate Continue this until the pattern isclosely theyluippy will forget the clouds I and be as I $15.00 -1-story
aruund sides. The flexors should d..lllnlt.cltyw.terand
the batb,
of cornfrom sort of climate will they are healthy. Healthy +
any a Troomshalf
covered twice--thrr! times if nock of
fo Kind Yea Have Always BooghlSiars lie placed in row after row until there have all the time it wants for growingand ; law then with a sharp pair of scissors I. 11:1"pnthl: reflects on others-and light-1; I beautiful shade trees 1'ground o. Jus! EasS with R

Is a layer of fluw' -rs fitting one into theotlur maturing and then be harvested the of those not blessed with Cervantes Ntreet.11".501torydwelltnqYo
may cut down the enter of each p.'tnt! Pas gloom J I' 415 East Gregory
tIl.y'Tatote i all over the ImUoin of the bos. in time to plant small grain on and remove the pattern. Fill in the !t."Chicago 1'ost I II painted Ktreet,5. rooms newly papered and ,
{ Never crowd nor put one layer on tho
/u t
of the same land, thus growing a crop |ll.( )-No. "
I small !spat left in the center I.y drawli'S 14 }:act Helmont street 5-room
top of another. The rllw must be half in and if the! cottage, city
a one year, corn 1\'at..r. newly painted
and then
and hack!
!; yjirii;; through The Stomach is the Man. In perfect
alt}!?a tn ether ns i possible.! The lower order
was preceded by a winter growing clljIIIn'aril't.: .\' of carefully' chosen |IO.:*>-\o.ltlU North Alraniz strhet. a new 1

heads of each rohulIll be on thestrm.l crop it would be two full crops totwelve col'irs fives the elite.t of chenille, and V weak stomach weakenes the man I UOII\ in good order with 5 rooms i x
of the rImmediat.I)' i'recrd- : months.-Texas Farm and two be used in flower the because it cannot transform the food i nter, n neat Eat fi Belmont street, city t
one ,
T1f.JIIB; 5, tlieHotllolls !Des! jJr5f. liit it. si, that when the lox is linishedonly may \ < room cottage newly
lUucb. darker as u !\1"'OIl.lll'rin::. he eats into nourishment. Health t ,.'. lt.llnd renovated tbrougUont. '
Cowers arc to Lu been and 110 0.1I1U hunt l.aliua street, a neatly \ :
and strength cannot be retsored to : p cottage In good con
stems. Fighting Weeds. ditlon, "
large water.
at 5: P. m.. lOo Where the land is not In meadow or A Flue Wurkbafc. any sick ma.n or woman without j jIrst A large list ofstiialierdweillne.aswell '!<

flow to hake Sheen Waterproof. A stunning >rUba;; fur a brunette restoring health and to as a number'tor..sandolficell-UIL KKNT. p
Solomon's. strength
1 doz., at pasture, we get rid of the weeds by |: a
Hoots and shoos bo rendered Lt' made from :ordinary bandanna THOS.
may frequent cultivation. When i>ossible, may the stomach. A weak stomach can- C. WATSON & CO.,
permanently wateri'roof by soaking handkerchief. Select a uldul'l1ll:1t- Leadltt Real Estate Rental and Insurance
before sowing or planting any crop it not digest enough food to feed the "
them for sumo hours in thick soap wa- tern run a circular casing close to the Agents.IMouth Palafox Htreet.rffifiii .
k host to let the freshly )plowed land tissues and revive the tired and run .JR
add Is forcwl In the edge of the handkerchief, and through
ter. A fatty
\L'J')) llIHECTORY lie long enough for the weed seeds to I
down limbs and of the
: leather by the soap which makes it Irnl.rious I come up. We then run them over witha i this draw ribbons of red and yellow, organs body. 1

to water. matcLIi'j; the tints in the handkc-rehii Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses, puri-i i
strong harrow or wcedcr while the
OF PYTHIAS. Th four comers form i>oluts which lIes, sweetens and strengthens the ,
SLIGHTS ground Is dry and get rid of most of
H.i\v to Clean Ink !Stained Dt-iiki. them. Other seeds still may germinate I hang over and finish the little bang. If glands and membranes of the stom- |
L No. 3 K. of 1'. stiff bottom is desired for the ling 1NIMX'la wise n ,
; For ink stained desk the following
try ach and
your but these are usually killed in eulti- cures indigestion, dyspepsia -:
inside the center of the handkerchief -
ra eu every Monday even- treatment: Add six drops of atlng tin crop or by mowing them off ew and all stomach troubles. Hal'I
ID! t7JO at Castle nail.In a small circle of pasteboard covered I
Watsour. niter to a teaspoonful of water and Apr before the seeds viler after the crlOIhns I
\ the Blonnt-- gis Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Sid-
red calico
with turkey measuring Iluflu
t KalMlng.third oor. ply" it to the stain with a feather. It been removed. It Is the worst sort ney Kahn I I
., jtf ." 'sn'ng brethren cordially I the wool Is polished rub with swiftoil three or four Inches in diameter.
.oouiil! of policy: to allow a large mass of
.'> j. A. LYLE : immediately aftir. If the slain does weeds to ri[>cn seed and scatter broadcast -

s>>JN 1'' H. HORSLEB K, K.48.Dim. l'. C. ; not yield to the fist application, make If they are annuals of course Ventilate the Kitchen. !

: It stronger and repeat the process. Ink they cannot ('olllUI) the following Poorly ventilated, overheated kltchon BEST FOR( THE TAURAHT J
i, will ;yield to oxalic acid and steam and year without seed, and perennials will I says J .

n Iitnli;" N'n. Iiv to salts and lemon. If oxalic acid is die if we keep) them shorn of their thought: are responsible' in many cases:

v I : evening at 1'M, at t-mpluytd. rub the spot with a stick or leaves and it is the same with sprouts.T. I I lot only for the proverbial ill temper BOWELS J;
1'ilafox and Harden I cooks but for their to
pf predisposition
:v-i'<'it-eor.liftlly Invited. cork which has been wet in the acl J. ALI.EBTJOIISSOS, hold it at once over a steaming ist \grcultur-I. ISI'aSl' Hhl'ulllnt1sm'arlt'e veins If yen > rpn't a reenlir. healthy movement of rife |I
mullliesLIcU t.-is every day )uu're ill or all Le. deep lout DAILY MENUS .
\ ... C. C. spout which Is ready for the purpose. ni.d tuberculosis are puwelsepen.endbn well horcf.l'i the thniecf vibnthytieurp'Unie.isderrreua .. {

Unless all traces of the acid are re- Government Seed. frequently afflict the cook, to say nothing >le.t, ni':bt|K>rft nay tf 'i'lng lh the Fmnniotiai ...."el. i
I of alcoholism, which is still more .leer anu clean: u(a take I Comprise" all the Up-to- ft
I luuuil by thorough washln; a weak Seedsmen will now have less to complain -

Ir'i -. "I" I I-] N,,. i\n, K. of p spot will result from the treatment of in the gQH'rnmelltN.'tl distri-I common. The reason adduced for the CATHARTIC CANDY Date Dishes the Mar-

I ji .,..I.! .1.! N.>. "Hit, Knights of bution as the secretary buys alcohol habit is that men or women i kets of the World j
IV 'M, '- .-s.'n' hunJav even- working In air heavy with food are iI
>. '1 I their < n-tle llali.on'A lion to Clean Linen Slunlei. in the open market and not by contract I Afford. ,

arena building,suuth-. To dean linen shades stretch themon and ciLploys contractors only for the seldom hungry; but crave stimulants.New .- .
t II"R and Garden: eIreeroIt York Herald. ,
"- -,' c"r'hllv welcomed.K. a table and rub them well with mechanical work of packing and ship- -

ALLMOX, powdered bath brick applied with a Iiu,;. The nmchiiie that puts the seed -
l. l: Grunt UettiiiGT Touether. Ladies' Private
piece( ll.uinei. Shades will look new in the bags; is a wonder of accuracy.It .
At a recent meeting tomato growersin
weighs the amount for each paper, 1
When cleansed! in this manner.Huts the Fairmount district of Somerset
opens the paper, puts in the seed and I Dining Parlor.
I r county. Md., decided that they would EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
fold and seals the ready togo ,
i. o. o. F. to Make a Table Fernery.
not contract to grow tomatoes for less ..mnl. PaliHWe. Pnttnt. Ta.le Good. PoOoodr I
To make a pretty table fernery make and every package, in thousands: of ) hick-n. .'... ..- .i. and M teen ,
than 15; cents for a five-eighths bushel itr t'ox.X.. fur tree.aruik. and bouklvt nn
bark box C inches wide D the same kind weighs exactly the .ealth. AdlrrM '''3
1'1\-,1\ 1.:1' XII 4 a birch basket to be sold by the basket and 1'I
(ImAGO JEW !tlilLKEEP Dinner
ITF.RIJ10 BEXtirV COirm. Regular
1 v",I d:" hv evening at .:3) at Inches l long-or round if you prefer hand same. The secretary proposes to send the cannery to furnish baskets for the Daily. ?
.- \t -t Inieiulrnclft( ttreet. 3 dtp the Cincinnati out the novelties in seeds: that the YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
-. "oIrtllllIynI d. grower to dump Ms tomatoes in at the I
I. .|IIIIANM.N;: N. U.v Knquirir.! Taste cloth around the seedsmen offer till they are well known factory. There was another meeting II I

.' :, N, Sirretary.AMERICA.N edges inside to prevent bits of earth and then leave their further distribution held lit Jamestown attended by tomato Short Orders Promptly'

from finding their way out Plant In to the trade.Practical Farmer growers from \Vestover and I5rink- i Filled. "t or Day. i i .

GUILD.PI''t'la the boi roots of small ferns fiTiing: the less districts Jan. IT. and the action of ..

spaces with green moss or "running thprc'lous indorsed. A : '
meeting was .
How to Care Qulnay.Any
''r So. 007.. pine." Sprinkle every day and keep In HARDBRICK If It'i KometblnK Good to EatYou }
should committee was named from each district
one suffering with quinsy : wlsb.loU'U find It at ,
: i ,." ', 1'. LlSDKSSTRCTH.nry a cool place at night: and jour table place a warm soot bag round the present to pet tomato growers of '.&

,. '-, .. kjovernor. I summer fernery will keep fresh and green all throat and keep It on as long as the their reflective districts to support tie Nick Apostle'j J.i

patient can bear it measure. J.II J

K.or3L.?: PHY.SICAL PERFECTION Popular Restaurant J1f I

llovr to Clean Elnnllc Stocking A BAD COMPLEXION. !
I.." Assembly) No. 1:>6:>. Is Imposible If the liver is out of or Dirt is always unhealthy so it should

)'.. 5', V. M! i- day in each month. der. A perfect liver is possible if not be tolerated even in an elast'c' Pimples, blackheads and muddy I !

V f.H.XHARP. you keep using the right kind of a stocking, though that Is not an article complexion, which are so common

NMLV>t .-rttary. M. W. liver tonic. HEPATICURA is the that can blJ sent to the wash. Clean it among boys and girls at a certainage I J I;L

-- by rubbing It with apiece of flannel indicate a torpid liver. A course f
right kind of a liver tonic. It will r:
dipped In flour heated as much as possible of HEPATICURA will cleanse the M1K\ ON HAND 'rI
The Beer liven Cp your liver to your entire sat- 1'F
in the oven without browning it system, regulate the bowels and liver
excellent F F'f FI
isfaction. It will provide
Shake out the flour and repeat the and produce a clear, healthy complex \

That Mader digestion, excellent circulation and process If necessary. ion. Sold by all druggists. .HALF. :

perfect health. J o- ,

Mr. J. C., who does not wish his How to Purify Damp Cellar. '1I

ana l R rAMOVICTORIA U namo published, says: I cannot refrain The air of a damp cellar may be made !IB Cleaning one of or.r ladies specialties skirts and Star waists Laundry -TO- 7 1'r
in It an '
from extending to you, voluntarily drier and purer by placing openbox .

my sincerest recommendation of fresh lime.What's I ONE MILLION iti :

-IS- of tho medicine you prepare and sell I CARPENTRY AND Iti'
in a Name? ;
under the name of HEPATICURA i ,r:
Is in the name when it g
for reason of Its superior qualities
":'AiE: comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. Get Our Prices Before td I
hY ACME: BREWING CO. as a toner of tho general system. DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, discovered,

Ia...t IO-CKNT HOTILE BEER Since using HEPATICURA, althoughI some years ago how to make a salve Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone 660, -E VI H

IS TOWN Lave always been agreat sufferer from Witch Hazel that Is a specificfor if von have any carpenter or electrical Purchasing.Capacity .

D& from constipation and colds, I have Piles. For blind, bleeding, itch- I work you want well done. I C. R. TAYLOR
NHEISSER BROS ing and protruding Piles, eczema, ,
of --
been entirely relieved from both
Al cuts, burns, bruises and all skin dis-
INFOR THE CELEBRATED these ailments, and I venture to say eases, DeWitt's Salve has no equal. Artistic Shoemaker

1. V In regard to the former, it has no This has given rise to numerous J. N. ANDREWS, 50,000 Daily. I ,

HanidrJ Wh key. equal. I have used only two bottles worthless counterfeits. Ask for De- FIXE WORK A SPECIALTY.

of HEPATICURA so far, yet I find Witt's-the genuine. Hargis Pharmacy jt Headquarters forSEWING j I

my normal weight of 140 pounds has John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. I Phone No.25. 9 South Palafox St, j I.

''I': H > been increased nearly 10 pounds.I MACHINES. ,
e-401 '
8. -
Palafox street. ,
".'Po" shall take pleasure in recommendIng Hot French Waffles with VIe i11an Brick Go OAST OUT A..
;f-Orp. Union Derot. HEPATICURA to any one desir- 6I
Tin Kind WI Ilaia ban&r
Be 1 :2M. Pensacola Fla. ous of indlng the very best constitution Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's. BMMW- i I
rr.atUIW '
builder to be had. Sold by all Pine Barren Fla. faf / ? .frf
P 13 South Palafoi Street. t I
a&ff t3&
"aes 116-2 .S, druggists. & I


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ion. The editor may express his been defeated for re-election to the Oldest and Largest
opinion freely, and may argue his senate. in,

side of the case with more or less There isn't, In all probability, the West Florida

partisan zeal. But when it comes kindliest feeling between the two
I V / ilS
Iil'; ;
Entered at the Post Office at Pen to reporting, it is the duty of the men. Senator Gorman is at the i .

moola, Fla.. second class matter. paper to present both sides of the front again, and while he is far too I / Yaltb ii

case fairly, to print the truth, the shrewd to taunt Mr. Bryan with being !

OFFICE: Pitts Building 211% whole truth and nothing but the among the retired statesmen, it airri goalies BtQS.INSURANCE

South Palafox street up-stairs. truth. Newspaper men are human is pretty certain that he will makeit ,
i ,
and it is human to err. They are not his business to keep him among 'bgta't

THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. Infallible and sometimes their own statesmen of that class.'

Terms: Invariably in Advance. feelings and prejudices creep unwittingly .

One Year by mail.$5 00 into their report, but the THE COLOMBIAN TREATY. drAreatd_. !

Six :Months .. .. .. .. .. 2 50 trained newspaper reporter is (Savannah News) .', AND

One week by carrier, payable lion- something of a machine and it is The Colombian treaty has been reported -

day. .. . .. .. ... . .. 10 the without amendment
his education to give the news as he to REAL
The beginning of baldness is dandruff. ESTATE
Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap finds it without fear or favor. The but that dues not mean that it ,

plication. newspaper which pursues such a will be ratified immediately. There Dandruff is a disease and can be cured.

seems to be an impression that some 30 ) South Pnlafu'trl'l't
TELEPHONE NO 118. course does: nothing more or less than ( ,

its duty; the newspaper that sup- of the democratic senators will join Cure the disease that causes dandruff,

Senator Morgan in attempting to And the dandruff will Phone.=!SD5 PEXSA,
presses facts in the report which it disappear for good. '4, F,!,

makes or colors the facts or distorts amend it, so as to give the United

wrong impression, is unworthy of adjacent to the canal. It is not be- know one tested for more than 50 GIXIIUI.aXT
yearsAyer's : ,
and later if it lievc/1 that an attempt would be sue
OT8AOOLA, MAEOH 13, 1903 success sooner or per
sists in such a course, will be repudiated cessful for the reason that its sue
cess would be the death of the treaty. Equitable
The Hearst presidential boom by the reading public. The day Hair VigorIt
Before the could be amendedin
must be making a still hunt. of the newspaper organ is past. The

demand in this age is for the newspaper the particular: mentioned the time Life Assurance

Had you noticed it? There that prints the news, all the for its ratification would expire. cures dandruff, checks falling, makes the SocietyOf

Isn't a populist lett in either branchof news that's fit to print, and both The Colombian government cannot hair grow, always restores color to gray hair."flyer's the United States

the United States congress. sides of every story." grant soverignty over the territorythat
has been leased to the United Hair Vigor has cured my scalp of a bad case of dandruff. ; Pounder'tStrongest

If the people along the lower Mississippi CAPITALISTS IN THE SOUTH. States tor canal purposes because the It is a delightful preparation to use" in the World
Mrs. L. H. Budd Lebanon :
)! don't watch out, they'll put (Jacksonville Metropolis.) Colombian constitution prohibits the i.O.Aw Co..Low.ll.Mut. Springs, N. Y.

off the building; of an ark: too IongI There is a general touring of the alienation of territory. In order

South now in progress by northern therefore to amend the treaty in the & WHY NOT THE BEST ?!

I People may say what they please millionaires. South Carolina is being respect mentioned a convention would i

I but so long as there are white people inspected this week by the Indus, have to be called, and some other S 5252sAMUSEMENTS.2 c5a. ECZKMA NO Cl'Itt"0 P.\r. II t'

and black! people in this! there Your druggist mill refund your money ifPAZO 'TNE>> MERcUTs>>
country trial Trust Company, of Rhode Island, things would have to be done. In that OIMMENT mile to curtllngworm,1 I ITeltur

will be a race Issue. and other manufacturers whose way several years might expire and & ,OM L'lcergani] Hors Pimples and I!
wealth aggregates $130fiOOOrtO.: Georgia the canal be defeated. The point is t' Blackheads on the face, and all skiD disease : -
Armour & Co. have decided to <:::S2.2525252.5252S ,. l ucc>ct.. 'I rnANSfE .GO.
is also being looked 1 over by made therefore that those who are de-

give wireless telegraphy a trial in wealthy capitalists, with a view, it is mantling &overinty over the territory The repertoire for the week will

their business; encouraged, perhaps supposed of investment.It adjacent to the canal-so\'l'rlgn be as follows: Would it not be just as well! for for Having been the awarded U. S. the t-
by their carrying! Mail) O;(1rl,
success with boneless ham. is no secret that Florida this ty for the United States-are againstthe Friday"The Danites." the house to be allowed to settle that the L. & N. Depot and Post o" *,

winter lias had more wealthy mea Panama route for the canal.A Saturday Matinee-"The Lost Par speakership matter? and also the exclusive bagjjajfp It!
. When all the southern states have lege on all trains tl '.
I' and women in it than ever before, poll of the senate has been made, adise. entering
. been heard from, that Wisconsin we are prepared to transfer b.n.x-:
[ legislator will very likely conclude and the best of all, they have spent and the resut shows that when a Tennessee.Saturday" Xight-"The Knobs o" For Over Sury iearn. I and pas-engeis to ajid from aii

that it is money with a lavish hand!, and in vote is taken the treaty will be rati MRS. wissLow's HOOTHISO SYBCP hat I tell residences and trains day:
not advice
I j that we aro some instances have made purchasesof fied. As to how long the treaty will Been used for over slitj; yean by millions night.
: wanting. -Foxy Quiller. mothers for their children while teething

! I real estate. and are so well pleased bo debated no opinion that is worth A bird with a remarkable history Is I with perfectuccr... ItBoomn the child Prompt & Reliable Service Gnmn: fi,

; The unusual demand and consequent they will erect winter homes. All, attention is forthcoming. It would! ""OX}'." the celebrated parrot that I softens the gums,allays all rain.cares wind We also conduct
a Freight D.
it is gratifying to say, express not bo surprising! ; however, if the ses colic, ands\ the beat remedy for Diarrhoea IT-
partial scarcity has caused Business
I a
f Sltig'l plays a part nightly in the comic opera It will relieve the poor little laderer lm.mediately ery pianoeafr.
; ; raise In the price of some articles of faction with their sojourn here. sion would last a month. "Foxy Quiller," which is to he fold bylJrnggllt.ln every part machinery and furniture at Kea-ta-

! food, such as butter for instance, This visiting of the South by men I presented in Pensacola next Monday of the wurlii. Twentj-nva sent 4 bottle able Pri el.
! of unlimited means has attracted THE RIVER AND THE LEVEES. Be eure ask for Telephone your orders to F. P.
.. but beer still sells for ;3 you "M n.WinsloWe Soot
cents a evening. lie is 74 years of age a Pou's Livery !Stable; *. Phone 31, n
! :' others here, and combinations are I' (X. O. Picayune.) ng Byron and take no other kind.
j glass.
' statement that causes much surprise. -- ,. -- -- Mrs. H. H. Hallmark' Residence
now in process of formation to purchase The Mississippi river was rising Phone 351.MERCHANTS.
I as it is not a generally known fact OUR WARRNGTON AGENCY.
fj il The trouble! in congress seems to lands and! to introduce varied yesterday all the way from St. Louis
that the parrot sometimes lives to be -
be that there is not enough courtesy; industries. down. The NEWS is on sale by Mrs. M. I TRANSFER.CO..
I 10"-longer than a human being.A .
I in the house and too much in the Available sites are being! huntedin The river below Cairo was rising Rood many ups and down ha\'e. Keefe at Warrington who is authorized MRS.H.H.IIALLMAP.K Pr.,.

senate. The result is that the min Florida for enterprises. There are I slowly by tenths of a foot, three- to receive and receipt for any sub i HARRY HALLMAKK Transfer \
been! crowded into "Foxy's" long cai i I ?
ority stands no show in the house; rumors of new railroad and steamship tenths being the figures for the preceding scriptions. Residents of the reservation -:
reer. He was once in the naa jolly L.4X.R.: H fo..I' and i'.& -\,11.

and the majority has no rights in the projects nt'lumber companies, ,j j twenty-four hours at"irks.- "Tar"-ami after a cruise around may now be supplied with copiesof J

tk. eenate. town improvements and oilier things, ,j I iburg.' The Ohio was falling at Vini the world was Fold to Charlie Pickering ; the paper several hours after the I

all conspiring to make Florida more iciunati j and Louisville: the Cumberi issue leaves the press. TimWholesale
the U'all Street railroad ,
"Gen." Co\ey, who 1...1 the hungry, prosperous and wealthy. Stronger'movements i' land was declining at Nashville! t kilo magnate j I

r i ragged army of hoboes on to Washington are reported from several [ the Tennessee was rising at Chattajnroga. who was a bird fancier. Mr. Pickering 1 MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES :
i J!&ai Y
placed the parrot in his mansionon GRij C ERY?
only a few years ago is now points in the state of capitalists, and I The Arkansas river was rising Fifth avenue but lo! "Foxy" rebelled FROM $1.50 TO $12.50. SIXTY I I1

'5 raising:: a hullabaloo over the los all are under the impression that I at Fort Smith and Little Rock DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAMINATED I. I
!! against: society life and hisaversion
pf a diamond shirt stud. What a fall these: moneyed men have an eye on i while Red river was rising all the J FELT MATTRESSES. TRY I and
took the form of a string ot
is there, my countryman! He may I Florida and will perfect plans to improve way down from far tip in Indian ONE MARSTON & QUINA. I II Retail <( explosive epithets he had learned at I
possibly recover the stud, but his 'I Territory.
business awl to increase the
sea. lie was so profane, in fact that Ili::.\Ill'A HI EHS FOI:
I glory is gone. I wealth and population of the state before Considering the excellent condition OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S
I Pickering was compelled:! to get rid
i many weeks pass away. "f the levees, all the water now in therivers Family Fancy and Staple! !
of him. lie presented the bird to the Kitirf ojvter today. Try them. ,
that make dIe
t II Chicago Press club When that organization SIC APOSTLE. : .
r (llirniingham News.) WHO WILL BE CHAIRMAN ? should run out without causing seri- I J Groceries, .* I
broke several
Unfavorable the trj'iblo up years
criticisms of oils Mmaqllwen'I
rt (Savannah News.) i| ago; the bird became the property of The finet line ol umbrellas in the and All Kind of Up-to-il.itn: I- i
is in the continuerain.i.. Ion the
: arc frequently made on the i Goods
There is considerable speculation the late Eugene Field and shortly before cIty bat J. 1. Stephens'. Go loot i
: hours to S o'clock!
# ground that they misrepresent ; twenty-four up on
as to the successor of ex-Senator' his death that brilliant at them. are Hole Distributors foe W
t things. Teat is true. They frequently i! Tuesday morning, there had 1 been young! Florida for the Celebrated! tai1 :
as chairman of the democratic
author sent "Foxy" to Richard Golden
's t do. But the newspaper I rain over a large area tributary to theI Monde Coffee Sweet Home :M'ses. "

which is trying faithfully to give the national committee. There are I Mississippi the presipitation at Fort than whom Mr. Field had no more NOW IS THE TIME TO FURNISH i, Illiui and Climax iDelicatesen >'. .
r1 solve who want a very rich man in !
intimate friend. German-Amer. a
r ; reading public the news makes remarkably I' :I Smith on the Arkansas hiving boon YOUR DINING ROOM, AND MARSTOW ,
that iHisition for the reason that it i' :.I I r. Golden, when he assumed the Food Uo.'s Canned Meat Etc Ai
few mistakes when it I is LSI; inches; at Little Rock, on thf I & QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU j of which are sold by nil tir t-.a'
is believed that ho would he able to "
now famous role of "Foxy Quiller,
considered how many statements it Arkansas, 2.CO inches; at Memphis WANT I IN. SIDEBOARDS, CHINA | Retail Grocers ia the city.
raise more money for campaign purposes began to train the other "Foxy" to
Is called! upon to make in each issue. than a man. Those who i 1.S4 inches. Ail the water must CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS i I II poor act and he succeeded to such an extent
Those who are in the habit of charging j come to the Mississippi.; I
hold this view are talking of Senator that the parrot actually carries a
inacuracy in newspapers should I What is wanted is grad, rear! 3 adijitt, the Best for oc. i
Clark of Montana, Col. James Guffy I scene with him in the opera.
remember two things. First the | weather to dry the levees. A soaked PENSACOLAPressing
---- --- -------- --
of Pennsylvania; and Senator Frederick i "rox Quiiler," in all its magnificence --- --
average city newspaper makes certainly condition i-s bad for then. It
G. Newlands of Nevada. Each I will he the theatrical event of UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S
I r i not less than ten thousand 1 should be noted that. up to the ClubFOR
one of these men are millionaires I.rl's'l I many seasons.A SALE,
I statements a day. If none of those ('nt time there have been no .
many times over and all of them I
were erroneous or slightly misleading I in the embankments on any of the
t :
are capable men but is a very rich I Giiarai.ti-nl t lire for I'i'fi Northern District of Florida. I GENTLEMEN.
'. it would be astounding. And ] main rivers. There is always: a
; I I man as likely to exert himself asmuch Itching, lllinl, llfnlmi or I'rot rudlnK Ity virtue of an Order of Sale Issued
I secondly, it is customary for ono mistake I temptation to out the banks on the rUes hour OruetiH will refund your 'out of the L'nited :states District Court -
campaign as a man i
; I in a newspaper: to provoke more opposite side: of the river to relieve j I mnnt-ylf 1'A/U OINTMENT fails to cure for the Northern District of Florida
less liberally provided with money? )I u. SO cents on the ninth day of :March I'M'; : no- One Dollar Per :MonthIn
to'be ;Y0
. J criticism than the nine thousand the pressure on any point supposed I! __ __ _
But whoever is chosen i.s
to the tice hereby given that I will sell
"f', nine hundred and ninety-nine correct chairmanship. Senator Gorman will weak and in order to prevent thistle I :Mr. G. Neri has thoroughly paintedand by public auction for each, on Tuesday Advance Membership

J'ivt y statements. And this very fact ', levees are being patrolled from refitted his ice cream parlors at the twenty-fourth day of )Iar< Clothe
exert influence in Cleaned!
a'ry great directing I' and Pressed' .
J1 I is much in the newspaper's favor. If I the :lend to end by armed 1 men. :23: South 1 Palafox street and will Oil t ISn!. at 12: o'clock M., at Aalac I 'hu'h\\ often as desired Your Clot' ?
i; campaign. As a matter of
; la Fla the American
ai'i the mistakes: were so common they j The reports of lowlands Hooded Sunday next throw his doors; open to steam pent for and delivered. C' llS )
fact it would! not be if the I
surprising "Alpha", her engines, boilers, machinery 1
+ would excite much outside of the levees where famed J2 South Palafox and Join
1" not so comment. I are places the lovers of the neapolitan ,
chief reliance! should bo upon him. I. boats, tackle, apparel, appurtena'icej Club.
', The record, for accuracy and truth as 11 IlIi? splendid! work in previous campaigns the waters of the Mississippi hack creams that he has: served for years. and furniture as she now !

1.! held by a standard city newspaper of !jup tributary streams where there is This announcement will doubtless b>- lie- at the wharf. i LaSiss' Flail Skirts
; is still! renumbered, and hej i a ftn:;. 1
! good repute and enjoying a wide circulation ; has all the political: shrewdness he |ino I levee protection lint there is I I read with pleasure uy Mr Neri'- ,j T F States McGOl'RIX.United Martha, !

Att among an intelligent clientele 'i jno rush of the waters o\pr the coun- friendand patron Yours for Xeatup-
possessed when he conducted Mr.Cleveland's lira lot

" .: would pat m Mush any stump campaign: with such suc Impor-tant: G. W. IRWIN.

r speaker, plattorm! lecturer or rnaga I : ,
I cess. I
, :;: zinc writer iu the laud.We I asses on liayo'i Lafourche! are f:1r'
He has been put at the head of
i 1 onco Im"of a man who entered i down towards its lower end I, and 1'nOT :
the party in congress; lIe is tit shape Hot Chocolate with I
" f a newspaper olEee and expressed so serious as if they were up towardsits
legislation in the first session of the' Whipped Cream, at Solomon's.
; indignation and grief that the junction with the :Mississippi;
I Fift-I hth congress so as to: make I ITt .
paper had tlUgraeed his son for stat nevertheless, they will do m"ch local ,
. !I issues for the democratic party in 'I
( ing that the j-uiin? man vas convicted dama ". layou I.afo'irche is not'
j th<* next presidential ramaim.Thcre .
of an offense and sentenced to a tributary of the Mississippi!: bit STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
It jail for ninety d.lYs.'h'n qUl' was almost entire unanimityon 'lone of its mouths or outlets. The f i 11:ffS' POlGEE IS a UiKflll;: << or( The better a thing is the easier

i ed closely it was admitted that the the part of senators in placing (outlets! Lave to be leveed cr ecr.- I II fin' F.nassa\ : Oolorfc witu Tin r-r'JHt-d. 1'etlt-y's i" best. Doo't iI i
him in that position and there will between Prmacol and Milton ypat
had been both I I banked just the same as the main
young man I
tj be a very general demand for his CL iCe Cet1 lOS. spoil it in IDkin;: Harm
and sentenced but that the term !! river and every outlet makes just | Dally Fxtrpt t feuiKlajr"CITY
services as a member of the national::
was only sixty instead of ninety days.I committee.It I so many more mires: tif levees neces l ASK YOUR GROCER. OF TAMPA."

which the complainant probably sary. 1'Lese: embankments: extend for
I has been nearly: seven years ,' I SyMilton _. ben.m: LvPenterol.'y'r1' '
argued took off! one-third of the dis i thousands of miles; ; in tact, nearly all U I'I'D8a.:01..8J1lam Ar Milton b9
since :Mr. Uryan and his friends refused 'I''I'I
grace. I the way from Cairo down to the sea. Fare,Me; Hound trip Jl.,
a place to Senator Gorman on Extensive Optical Institution.
So far as we have been abe! to The theory of the engineers is that An -
the executive committee. They did
t learn most of the leading southern if the current can be confined betweeen I
not like him and were not in sym-i Satisfaction Guaranteed.Our .
newspapers are honest and public- levees it will not only deepen JEWELER IN HIS
pathy with his views on the money I I
spirited and are trying to give the its! channel but the current will be Guarantee Means Something.I
and some other questions. It was!'
news such a* is ft to print wholly all the swifter and water will run out ;> < We are not here to-day and away STANDI
about that time that :Mr. Bryan I HEW/
and fairly. That is the function\ of I all the faster. This theory has so f- ;' ; '- to-morrow.
taunted Senator Gorman with having
a newspaper, and any other plan of !| far been supported by facts, and ins- No guess v crk-Accurate: Scientific

operation deserves cot only a with ;; titles the expenditure of millions of y Measurements and Tests. "

drawal of pntrraa-" on the part of After .dollars in btiihAng levees alcng the :; DIFFICULT CASES A SPECIALTY. have moved my J jewelry! v *
120 South i'ahfox fornv-r' v
the reading and advertising; : public! great river. : EXAMINATION FREE. ,

but tle'crCl3r as we!!. To asst>t d: ."ition.; relieve distress: The highest record height has not pied by JJa=i & Co., and a' *
after calms .,r ilrinklnir too heartily, -S better prepared than evert '
The Richmond Tim' -D"r-"it, THEO. BELL&MORE
to rc\"C1t ,'omL:pation. take been reached anywhere this year and j jI ,
,, ( bargains in diitnonJs. wa-:
i commenting tp"n the duty of a sew I so there seems to bo no: cause for I Tbe in the
P"J .Ps fC'j1Q : only IWracting; Optician City. jewelry etc. Call and see c 3
paper, very aptly says: I' : cY 1J t tJt.J j I alarm, bat every possible! precaution!

-Fairness is a newspaper's rolls- Sold everywhere. 2j cents. I land safeguard should be taken. i I I Room 9, Old Armory Building, Pensacola, Fla. let me convince j.yon.i. HrEPHE. 3ttc'



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A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER. No. ooo a. lo-i''
W. O. O'NEAL, President; .
M. E Cl1lRK Cashier;

fOR WOMENMuch The Way Physicians Now Treat: Ca 5. J. FOSHEE,Vlce.Presidenti JOHN PfEIFFER, Ast't Cashier. "f tt


Physicians who formely dependedupon AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK : t,

inhalers, sprays and local washesor .

ointments, now use Stuart's Ca- OF PENSACOLA FLA. .

That Every Woman Forecast for Pensacola and Vicinity tarrh Tablets because as one of the :
Designated Depository of the United States. :
-Rain tonight and Saturday; fresh most prominent stated, these tablets It

Desires to Know southeast winds. contain In pleasant, convenient form Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb 9, l9P3. .:

all of the really efficient and reliable ,
The government steamer General "RESOURCES LIABILITIES. i1f

French took down catarrh remedies, such'as red gum, Loaasand! Discounts..... ...... ...... ..... $336,072.95 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... J2GO.OOU.OO ;
a large consignmentof blood root and Hydrastin. Demand Loans..... ...... ...... ...... .... 122Mtf54; Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... .. .... .. .... 0,000.00 .i

About Sanative Antiseptic commisary stores and ammunition They contain no cocaine or opiateso Orerdrafts ..... .......... ...... .. ...... .... 1.160U2 Undivided Profits......_...... ......... .... 690.76 -tri't f

this morning. U. 8. Bonds and Premiums......... ...... 213,806.87 Circulation..... ....... ...... .... .... ..... 125,000.00
( common in liquid catarrh medi- Stockssecurities, etc... ...... ...... ...... 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid: ...... ...... ....... .... .. 180.00 i

Cleansing Lieutenants Collins Biscoe and cines and cough syrups) and they are Furniture and Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 6.718.43 Deposits...... ..... ............. ...... ..... 865,649.3 jl
Cravens who have been attending a given to the little children with entire Casn and Exchange...... ...... ... ... ...... 228,17021 rt ty tf.;'
court marshal trial at Fort Morgan, safety and benefit. -.t.t;
And About Curing Ulcerative :Mobile bay. returned home this morn- I Iing. Dr. J. J. Reitinger says: I suffered Total..,... .... .... ...... .... ...... ....... 911420.10 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ...... .... 1911,420.10 '1".i,.:.

from Catarrh in my head and This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give

Pains and Weaknesses. throat every winter and it would hangon your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. ;

Fort Lieutenant Sheen paymaster at clear into summer, with stoppageof 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.iid. v
Barrancas arrived
on the Gen the nose and irritaion in the throat

T..", much tress cannot be placed on eral French this morning accompanied affecting my voice so that I was con

ti. fri .value: of Cuticura Soap Oint- by an armed guard for the tinually clearing my throat before I .-,".
?,,>;: ,:,>1 1'ilU in the antiseptic cleans- purpose of taking down funds to payoff could speak plainly; It finally ex-

im' of the mucous surfaces and oft the men at the forts this being tended to the stomach, causing catarrh rif i

>ie 1. "'4 and circulating fluid thus their regular pay day. of the stomach. ,{I,

JJ-T.--an:; pure sweet and economical Frank Wilde the well-known and I bought a fifty cent box of
., ,' .11 constitutional treatment for
1 : : Stuart's Catarrh Tablets at druggist's
', ,. n discharges, ulcerations, in- popular stevedore suffered a severe
I '
w f '.. .: ,'II",itchinl!+,irritations,rl'n-!: : injury this morning: by a stick of timber carried them in my pocket and I

s, '..,i-placements! pains and, irregu1uliartofemales. ; falling on his foot while at work used them regularly several times a !] t 5) e

I j- Hence the I day and the way in which they clear- ;i
on Spanish steamship Durango.
remedies hne a wonderful
f : -i :
head and throat and improved''my
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I j.. .' .' iu restoring health, strength lie was brought: ashore and carried to my I -- t, '
to \ who hearing and general health I consider :,
: i uty \'l'lryomen., his home where he received surgicalatt ,t.
j I, a prematurely aged;: and inIy :'ntion.Mr. I little short of remarkable. I had ,. +

'! these distressing i ailments, no catarrh last winter and spring and 'I ,
,,aurltzympathrticaltlictionsas! ,,'
\ '
s. C.F. Schad received a letter I
chlorosis know I am entirely free from any. -
:, hysteria, nervous-
t. .. ,,1!hlelmity.U \ his morning from Mrs. Laura Thorn- I catarrhal trouble whatever I II j jJlrs. 1 q. .
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n from the very firt have fully ton, treasurer of the Woman's Home I Jerome Ellison of Wheeling f'

.; '. .1 the purity and sw! ctne=s, thanks the K. 1. K. association i FLORALA NEWS NOTES. !
extending to writes: I suffered from catarrh nearly CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S j Every Step in
1'. I \\'>'r to attrtnl immediate relief, I! ?
for a donation of $13.2: ::!: whole life and last winter mr I II
t1 't. .latyof speedy and perman.'ntC : I Florala Ala., March 12, 1W3.- :\0.30 South Palafox street, for your Any Light ::1
', th<5 a1-solute safety and greate Other charitable societies recti\ed I I two children also suffered from ca- t
"p-ivwhKh, have made the Cuticura and not : :! Quite a number of town lots transfered 1 electrical work. He ii prepared to
the same amount $13.23, as tarrhal colds and sore throat so much ,
c "'.ointment and Tills the standard: herein the past few days. The present 'do you a first-class job at moderate Photography i is Simplest:: i(and Simp
published yesterdy. out of school a large part
': i 'ires and humour remedies of the they were .' boom is worth something to our town. prices. Phone 203. lest H best with aKODAK
'"1 world. of the winter. My brother who was
t:.1 ,
Owing to the sickness of Capt. Kry :Men of baying property
means are
)l.. -"us of the world's beat people 'i cured of catarrhal deafness by using
c-," t utieura Soap assisted; by Cuticuraovueut ger and absence of :Mr.V'elles, the: I and some real nice dwellings will be Hot French Waffles with
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets urged me so .
: ,. for jireserviug' purifying committee of gentlemen who arc. erected and at least one or two ho- Florida Cane Syrup at ';;
d i".lulifyins: the skin for much to try them that I sent to the
i /; cleansing moving in the project to entertainthe 1 tels. Solomon's.
the sealpof crusts, scales and UandrvlT, drug store and bought a package and ---- AND ;.
jackies at an early date did nol. The Florala Brick Co., are now
:1:1thIJ of hair for I
falling I am truly thankful for what they have -1
pifteninjj, whitening and soothing red, accomplish much this morning, bill t ready to deliver material and a few I
r"'14)1) and sore hand-i: in the form of will meet again at the :Merchants Hotel : done for me and my children. I always I brick business houses will be built. DO YOU KNOW Kodak Developing //t j tIi'

\li'ths for annoying irritation, inllam- .1 keep a box of the tablets in the
on Monday morning, wh'n"er :I Roy Bros. baring purchased the lot I BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. havea
itions! and ukWative weaknesses and .
le< house and at first appearance of a
fir many sanative antiseptic purposes likely the plan will be put in definite. cold or sore throat one or two of the : south of Hughs Bros', warehouse, and large stock of dressed studdingand Machine. ;r:

which readily suggest themselves as shape. the general presumption is a bank (It
join*. Get their prices before
well as for all the of tho catarrh tablets nips it in the bud and 'L
purposes building will be placed on this lot. It buying d6.liu .Slip a Developing Machine in I your ;
t I is avery desirable lot, belonging to case when you travel and finish your ;;
cigars is called to his advertisementin t ; with us. pictures anywhere.
Mr. u. T. Hughes who has refused .1
Children and Late Houri. today's Xews. Mr. limiting is a B. H. FAIRCHILD .
$5 to $75
$'Gt uO several times but sold to Roy Kodacks p
fit children to bed early. If you hare manufacturer of large experience. He Hudgins has a new label for the '
market. . Bros for $SoO last week. cr i'n o xi s T E n E n. Kodak Developing Machines, I!
t i -k after your children yourself personally selects his own stock and best 5 cent cigar on the $6 and $7.50 .'.
'. Mr. Herr engineer for the L. & N. '
them sit late rule
l.-t up as a on supervises the making of his goods 38 ROMANA \
EAST STREET. Brownie Cameras $1 and $2. a
'. ".l:.. You need and ought to lune has been transferred to the Central
yourself for rest and recd by experienced workmen. Nothing but .\ Cantlon to S,veenrl.. and will leave immediately for camp aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a "Brownie" Developing Machines, $2. *v

it will lo! bad for the chilil the best selected material is used. lie In 1S51 the l'rimIU't:; ofr.urnley near Sellarsville. His mother will re- Specialty. We have all other Kodak supllies .,'

as yourself If you don'i has adopted a different style label issued an edict against Sun- : too.
I main in Florala for some time. Phono: -4OC.
:Mportant: thing Is, get your which will soon be as well known as day courting. They regarded It as so I ,.
MayorV.. McLauchlin and J. T.
ted into fresh channels those formerly used by him. This la- serious! an offense nu'ainst the dignityof ; I

will Cud it difficult to bel will in future be used on all his the Sabbath that they actually passed I Hughes spent several days down the R. K. WHITE !i

i .if anything except the i in solemn mill sober earnest the following road last week on business. I J. M. DOE t
of {
goods and will:! Lc a guarantee purity
1 I 'ulilren. and quality.Hudgins' sh'rn1111 autocratic minute: I' II. C. Hemly the life insurance man WitchmaLcr, .Manufacturing Jeweler :

I "That we do not allow young men and wearing a big smile-on account of and Graduate Optician, 'I

1'1.111''IC'k". put V'.uien of our society to court STATIONER
I I11. C. Hemly, Jr. BOOKSELLER AND /
I !. proves troublesome new style label for 5 !! with: ('-.(''.i oilier: on f nnday; neither dow of is exceed li Sooth PiUrox St.. Per srola, Fit ,
health town
The our
I' u- up and down easily, cent cigar will interest you. I e n1.;: \v our si:>gle m..u' and womento I 2m South Palafox Street, 1 1 I.
notwithstanding seven I.I
t. 1 or two from one walk! !in tl.e street together, arm in I, ingly good,

nut a lalliI'd.) not blow On Sunday next Mr. G. Xeri will j ami. a: aiy time; neither du we allow doctors.M. NOW OPEN PEXSACOLA. Fill .t\

"'i. it, but across it. first open his ice cream parlors at :2j:!: South I them t.. st.jjl nt street corners; chatting Lourie, of Brew ton, Ala., hasopenei f

.> ,'k far down. When Palafox street. ;: to,;,'tlier." t his store and is now hard at .' '
t C. deMr* his friends
: : .1 II.' i s. d> not cut off the work. (
(:1":1 nl'% Rtzgoge. and the public to know that te has: ,;
.- It helps in relighting ijWllt MlH (
: ; ; Illilk hair Morn In Lon.lou.Tlll'I'l' Mr. Ray, representing George &
..' (; always yielded! In a Moved to RiomDM j Thie-en builJ f !
.j or it to remove stray J
arc nhrays two kids of s-llk: nfivtir Sons hardware, :Montgomery Ala., is
sort =ical v ay to his wife'sdomination ins, where he will coiitiiue as heretofore :
hats. each of the! best saleIn
quality: on in town to dar I '
of hinwlf ant his affair
I I i :!pnf'rallaw pr.icticn.jfudnq's i'
I.-md.m. (tii< I is the strictly fashionable }
'.11" tm Iran urea iiler. The "family" ran the household as ItII..aI. )Ir. Britt general manager of the Eo-llfestlBtHieiciaStrett; !, ,
model "the latest or whateverone l
"i dulled glass bottler I without inui-h! reference to Florala Brick Company, informed
choose to call it. which! is re- I fie Best 5c. :Jr
'. may Opposite Jas. McHugh's. ,
: i tally as bright as new General Grant's: predilections.! Onceat your correspondent| that they would I c.v> A .
t\iI.- 1111 tIl' west end at from a guinea I ,
11'1:1' : raw iiotatocs and the railway nation in Galena heculled the kiln for about 'tt
deliver brick at "'
to 2T. !'hlllII! "". The other is the style I 2 e r
ili'raw potatoes into the attention of a friend to a
which! immediatelyprtvrdtrl it and has"goie $c u4 per thousand.
1\ th c-ild water and al- truckload of trunks! ready for shipment I i:
out" although the quality is un- Bros., Yaughmdleel": .
'..i'; s .l-itlun to remain east. "n,) you see that pile?" he :I kl'.1. I Hughes .SPECIAL SALE...
.. is i il dajs.Mrtiuel i-har.getl.: This I is usually called the'eity' "Th't is the Grant biae. Do you Dr. K. I). Adams and probably. A. .' ,
hat nnd costs 10 shilling.! ; The Jr., will commence sometime '
pee that little t.lac'k'alisc away up on George, -AT-t distinction is a very peculiar one. Employees top? That's mine" the comming summer and place good
of large 1,011I1.)1'OlIlllwrclal I
: dairy. ;
brick buildings on their lots. Mr. J. i
w'as potirlnsr large Iniii-ps are not expected to lie up to the tad It. 9

: s :s. through! a fine wire hilt in (:1slliIm.l if they are it is "Yes, it's a fine house Mandy," admitted I 11 Hughes says real estate in and BRA WNER STo
around Florala has advanced :23!; percent
sure to be resented by their employer' the prim and angular Aunt Rachel 1

relies in the milk. .\ I-ondon city magnate would not be I to whom all its magnificence in ten days and still advancing.

_..J ,'- l.y tie hundred were seen wearing the same shape hat ns seemed a sinful waste of money "and I Madam Rumor says some parties J

F' i ,d I'l'; of the truck and one of hN bookkeepers, and PO the I Sll'IM'- there's really no room for are figuring with the editor! of the mako room for my Immense Stock of Spring ;!

I great army of salary drawers keep justn improvement" Xews. Probably a deal will be effected. '

> were bela;: !:itraim'll.I' .- shape behind the boudholding com "Oh. yes auntie; I have that too" :\[Mayploes has worked! hard Goods, which is now Arriving Daily. ::,,!

.ill. munity. said her city niece, showing her into I 1
to pet: the paper to what it is, but he '
Sufficient the elegant little apartment where she \\11-
I wishes to change business.The SotJO yards of 79 Sofc-Fin'slit-d I SU doz Men's All \Vo 'I 11- d Undershirts y f,
Kinds are ,. 1/1' "I dnn't believe! that half the stories usually dressed for duner.-hicngo ,
IlrtJH meeting conducted by Hvange- Bleachfd Dom tic, worth tie, to'nufcp vi-ortl $I.i-p<'-ci the go.sip, tell arc true.cithcr ." Tribune. room, at 4'j3 yard to mati'h.471aiips'. t'
They may lie envhr "\ do 1." answered Miss Cay- list J. H. Barnard: Aniston, Ala., at .
3000 yards Fitchville 4 Bleachfd I Hfi'iy-tn-V.Vir Puiny- .
a thorough I enne. "Uut halfs a plcnty.-WusLin-; Wrote n Nand Hand." the Baptist church, closed! ( Monday Domestic worth 9c, to make room, Pay Skirt: worth $1..M, racial Bale ,i t9Se

Sarsaparilla.: ton Star. During;: the war a paper from GeneralMeiss night with good results. Mr. Barnard at 7c yard. ptch. j
pas-sit! through; the hands <>f I '.!'J I/idi--1 Ready tVir h'iinv :
is a power in the linigtrr.Thl. 2500; yard Lon-dale and fruit 44 \
The Rp.ponlhilltr Placed. General; Sherman! and t Is today preserved ( Bleached Day Skirt, guarar' -it ill; to ovl l, !
failure." .' Presbyterians will conduct t 'H'I.\
Tot ?o their marriage was a with! this Indorsement upon it In mike'
Chucolatn with their first serveces in their new roi/m at bl4J jard. Oij L.riiHbick M-.I e..l.vfiVnr "1
"Not at all. Marriage is all rlrhtIt! : General; llI'rmln'lI1'11 known hand:
Vo'h'1J..oJ C:Nnin at Solos and the who were :, church Sunday next. to.OW'Ird, 4 I Ui-bl"ached Do- \ nlkirt-, wunh flto, -|. -citl i It
was the man woman "I heartily concur in the recommendation -
iricnir worth tic, to make at
D1I'I room, sale 9i'! e u'h. 'j
ftlur"1.-Phll:1l1pli\! S. <.f the quartermaster general, The 1'r.iversalist church trudging 4'4c yard. 37 LidiU! T"il.\r.t ifd F'iuredrkirtswortht2fltoserprcta{- 11'
_. but I don't know what he says." about !I.'II'I1.
is com;> 10J yard-10-4 Gold Brand H.leotin ) \

The :\i. H. church will complete /, worth lac, to make room, at I3j ? *I/Ht 14 Iii racft ialp.
: I Scleare to the iteRrae.llottcekecperIfas their building this summer. yard. R"0" dos Mftu'rt All'nm -I'j\ :i

; any ws'y been discovered of DePuniak,f Ito; y"rj"II 4 P"pperal Beached Hiir Uiiiiprilmts! worth M Cti -o"- "
to kill the pests that destroy Mrs. Hutch Cawthon .. It1Idrsw.rtto match, inVnue, -
SPECIALTIES I :;Sbeetia! w rtb -3JjCto uakeroom,
< : carpets? is spending this week in Florala. at l&34c: yard. Red a n1 FJWII colors. r
of South Flor 25 d..h. H.iv'.. and Oi'l->' Tlih')0'l' ;
Great: cll'ntist-Yl', madam. Take Mrs. Ashley Aldridgc. i-.u yard* 10 t Per per a 1 Bleached
--AT-- sod FIt'eeed Lined UUllu.hirt..
up the carpets, hang;; then on a line ida, daughter of Co!. J.V.. I>. Caw h",.tru'! worth l';c, to make room, : at
2':> ; drawers to ma'c't.
and beat them with a heavy: stick. is spending this week in Florala. at2Jy! 'aTll.J 1
CAHN & CO'S. then, 24 d'-z. l:-'y'iau.l Girl'Grty and
; ...SOL .. "Will that kill the insects?" jnHrwo carry a full! line of Itf-dAti Wool Under"hlrt+ at Uh;i ; 1

"Yes madam If you hit them. Boys' pjiit. from 3 to 16 age, at I drawers >o untch.W '

r GIFa and Hsaring. prices to *uit everybodv. carry H full line of for lira'. \
1.0\11:1)1: : 1'K PitEL. ;Y TUKTI.K MKKFSOK.THHKLU The Mother's Friend Recovered Speech TOdz'4en'sHeavy French Neck Men' and Hoy's and Oirl-' bh'J"4 'i

fi l'i 'MISt: COIII'ISII, t K\lla, when nature's supply fails is Cor- Messrs.: Ely Bros.:-I commenced Moreno Uuder-hirts, special 20c; that we fan earn you 23 : iii. I ...

Ilit.utvtlht..ti. rin HOK, using your Cream Balm! about two drawers t V 'l :\1iL' lit GlA)11EIa, KIlU'KllKll IIEUKING, r den'3 Eagle Brand Condensed Milk voice was Men's KIpfced Lined Undershirt of .I"u'.> nothing Boii, ot nl is)", oil I.
f. TtSS.SlI.: it is a cow's milk adapted to infants, years ago for catarrh. My *, worth oOc, special 35c; rl/l.'ar.Vt' will clo-o them nut ut I
J"3. according to the highest scientific somewhat thick and my hearing was I drawers to ma' tch. ]jut *j pric" off other. mrcli>4nt-.
*. i -erythiRg Generally Kept In a First-Oass Grocery. PHONE dull. My hearing has been fully restored ;
.. .. .. .. methods. An infant feed on Eagle
.4\\ ,")0' .-.. Brand *!! show a steauy gain in and my speech! has become quite. We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress 1
weight. clear. I am a teacher in our

G. BROWN, Goods at New York Wholesale Prices. 1

DR. MOCK Hot French Waffles with Granger Ohio. ';
J. H. The balm does not irritate or cause
Florida Cane Syrup atolom6n'R sneezing. Sold by druggists at COcts. AGENTS! FOR STANDARD PATTERHS. .

or nailed by Ely Bros., 5G Warren -

Mr. G. Neri, who is famous: for his street New York. ReTIlmMr, th ftC/: 1 E. BRAWN ER '
ll ;
a..Rrit DEN TI ST.'t delicious cream: will open his saloonat ,

2a South Ta'-afox street next Sua- E. Y/ PEAKE,
IC5 S. Pjlafcz St.
C) day. Electrical contractor nnd builder I I'

... ?aafcx! Street, ;* Old Armory Building will do your electrical, work in first I ,
TU cent .\ ot.u IN ONti I) \T

CR )\\ y .\:'\[) BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. Take Laxative Rrirni Qalnlne Tablets class He can style be found and at at rea 30 South cn'ibe!1'111ahr rates. Laxative ftromo Auinine\f.f mm .A1'Jl encvsrybox. ie t'I

L on every
1"1 XSCOL.rL..\. Tblu box. lac.'nature !1. street. FLose 203 I Cores Ctrf4 m One Day, ? a2Deys (.. /c 2 '



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How to Make Toilet Powder. Leaf Buds.Fo The Invitation.

: Nasal Here h a recipe for a good toiletpowder you know, dear children, that The postman, when he camo today. Women as Well: as men
branches are developed from brought re a little note
Take half a pound of ordinarystarch
From Bessie Brown and just to Bay-and Are Made
t CATARRH crush well under the rolling .. <<" beds growing in the joints of leaves It's every word she wrote Miserable by

In lUlU etigei there pin. mir it with four ounces of freshly -- ? called axillary budsS the branch (Of course she must have been in fun; she Kidney Trouble.
thanta eJ-.JLeM.\ ,. ) Iiowderod orrU root thou put through o f--- ,."> pushes out It boars a bud upon the endv is so jll of trko.
Dl" Cream Thilnicensc3,3otheEaLd an ordinary sifter and afterward 1 of it called the terminal bud. Each "Mibs Bessie! Eronn. January" twelfth at
home from four to six.
hea!' through a muslin bag.HOIT branch is the result of a bud which I thought I'd be as pert as she so I sat Kidney trouble reys= upon ti-e

the dii a It cure*catarrh and crirnt to Demtror Water Dn *aj I cold: iu t_* utnlquietly. \ .. "a wa) till Friday night. ". .:
: Carbolic acid may be used to destroy turn helps form a new bud. ,, ) rA disagpar'

Cream Calm la placed Into the nostrils,epresds water bugs. that pest of many apart __4ti: ;:::__. :. ij "Some people pride themselves upon I Just thcn iramraa came walking in. Se -neys. are
over the meiab-ano and !. &*>rb J. Eel.ef: liiiBoSiate ments. Two table,poonfuls of the : : their skill in packing trunks but read both notes and looked so queer! -_ or cueaiKiury JJ

i and a cure follow It i! not lryin-dw; melted crystals should be put Into a Mother Nature excels: all her children I "But don't you want d'ar'to ga" she said "toRwsle's J \ ,.,\: tecomf itt.

tot produce inoez-is.; La'ge SM,30 etatl at Dralitis _- pint of water. I'lace it In a sprayer /i I in this art. She uniquely folds away a I So thut:Is why be at home, but how flthatitisnrt 0'
b mil Sue,10 cents brIDAl: ;
or > ; and use in the cracks and crevices ;";' gIgantic oak in an acorn and the \vaa I to Know? fcrach
ILT BKOTHEB3.:;6 Warren S'-reet. Tort I \ at
I she that
think when wrote
You'd that
-. where bugs run. Done once every two :. mightiest branches are tucked up in a ?afflicted";
I note she might have told me so. r-'t
BEING A GOOD FELLOW.It or three days, in two weeks the bugs tiny bud."-Exchange. For If I have a party soon I'll ask my :\{ r.eys. If the.

will entirely disappear.: Remember friends to come, ates lei t
THE THIEF OF BEAUTY And then I'll simply let them see that I urine scalds the flesh cr if, w';>n
l' a I.oilng Grme In the Long Run that carbolic acid is a corrosive acid ; Peculiar Trait. of Dlrdi.
shall be "at home." reaches an age when it -ho.,4
Fur Must Men. and should be handled and The oriole of North America makesIts
carefully Is Captured by jBr&dfield's j -May E. :Nichols In Youth's Companion.Reneflt control the passage. it is yet _:
Any !vii'siule youn.? man oll_bt to kept from children. In using, should Re ulator. nest of Lemp, woven like a cloth. J I! bed-wetting. dejenjpon it, tithe

know that he can't b. up late niphtabn -. any drop on the fingers rub the spot Thousands women are awakingto I The pincpinc (If Africa is also called of Foreign Trawl."How d-.fficulty is kidney troub.t, z

inj* his i'to1lladlltl1.11It'] iu full with sweet oil, which will allay the the fact that young inherited comliness has the felt bird, lnvause it makes its nest did your husband enjoy his step should be towards the tr-

tf hi.* faculties for basini-M tl.e burn. been stolen and instead of glowing |( in the style usually adopted by felt- visit to the Alharubra?" InquIred the these important organs. Th

n'xll1ay. an-J I 1-e outfit; to know nlso cheeks and bright eyes, the tell-ta I makers. friend of the family. trouble is due to a diseased con

that a inau must IH' dear fc :ded and How to rrrihen a Carpet.To crinkles of pain have taken their place. tickled kidneys and bladder and net t. a
"II.:1 most to death replied
In full j'oss{',Mii ii of LU .?,'u1tit.!< tl) freshen a carpet put a teaspoonful These are the warning feelingsVeai! Where the TainVa.. I Mrs. Gaswell. "He killed a snake most people suppose.
-, LolJ his own in the Ueeti competition of ammonia into a pailful of warm Bad tired in the morning, no life to cntci I One day after my little sister had Women as well" : as men arf r
I Is water and the upon their former [Measures, irritable there. eratle with kidney and t._. rand
of life. Your v1! fellow" !popular wipe carpet with a eaten her luncheon she said:
\,dlJ Imthen his cloth oat in it. The dust Ls cross, dull headaches, general dispirited both ned the same g it
for tLc tlnsi' ::. money wrung Sister I slack." Knew What lie Wanted.Politician ,
Feeling, sleepless nights, cold feet "1-ear- The mild and the imme .
J< son :ind he has; !.>< hijjb and is thereby removed the colors are brightened lag down" pains. All these sjinptoins "Where are you sli-k dear?" I asked. I -I'll do what I can to pet Swamp-Root is soon reaL: .---_.

on i..s: ul'\tt'r\ ,; ti"! "PMH fellow": business and any Insect lurking la it Is indicate deranged and weakened organs, "1 shirk right ia my Ugh chair."- work for you. by druggists, in f.fty- f

doi'Mi't pet him nnjthiu It's speedily killed.How and exhausted energies follow the weakened Little Chronicle. Citizen don't want work; what I'm cent anj one dllarti'c-!! "

"pii ir f.'llow"![ :jrimd niaa condition of the female organs a I after is a city j'Jb.-Itcl1mi.e. sizes. You may have a j Ej. "
. ;'OT"I!::. and "th,> l.oys" are n-mly to Make i'urulture CreRm.r. surely as night follows day. Save your I More Riots'I i sample bottle by mail fl'; L

1.0 I 'I ;i: llier "good fillow"Ui> tatthe :! .\ excellent furniture: cream is madeas self froa worse results ty taking I Disturbances of strikers are not ; Poirrt).. free also pamphlet tenIi"", ting

1111'- follows: One ounce of castile soap BRADFIELD'S nearly as grave as an individual disorder He-Hut poverty is 1:0 disgrace. all about it. including rr.

\\ <. d.! n't mean I ly this tn s:iv that one ounce: of white was two ounces of I of the system. Overwork, loss !I She-(Um-iu no; but there! are no thousands of testimonial !I.
from sufferers cured. In ,
"il !. ; i" ait> ni'Tdi.ary. T'y! don't beeswax:: half a pint of turpentine! Female IXe ulato? i of sleep nervous tension will be followed i medals ('(tnn -toil will it either.Judre. .- ;, & Co.. Binghamton. N.wrr Y ,

"..j;;, lar i>;.iw'' half: a pint of soft water. Shred the 1 he mott invigorating sienitrual regulatoi j by utter collapse unless a re- ;, I mention this paper.Don't ?

w :L.I: ! broke, but it i..;u't the soap end white wax into the water in the world. It relieves painful, profuse, j liable remedy is immdiately employ-1

,,J.u.... Tli.-y !'.iy lie hit the liooze ttnLanl ) end: hUll it in the water till dissolvid. obstructed or suppressed menstruation, i j ed. There's nothing so efficient to1 I A mn never knows: what a conscience I I make any mistasnitijiber :-

and couldn't: tahllle i-si'. 1 her Melt the beeswax in the turpentine. nervousness, headaches,clc.'!cra. Beaut) cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys he has until asked to tell a lie I the niine. Swan: .
of face and of fonl the
feel soirj' f'jr him but he is out (It it. I When nearly cold mix all the ingredients symmetry are re- as Electric Litters. It's a wonderful |I to shield some one he never liked ery Dr. Kilmer' Hwauip IJooi
Ofdru book
Eu'tsofitsuse. cistI. Our
His goo.I fdl'Jw-hifl doesn't escii.-e Ucioven ; together, and the cream will be "Perfect Health for Women." free. j tonic, and effective nervineand J i well aiy way.-AteJ.isun GJobe.! I address, l.icjjlianuoa. N .
\ the greatest all around medicine i
in the eyes (,( his friends for ha'v- ready for use. THE every bottle.
ATLANTA CA for run down systems. It dispels IXe.n'oIlSnlSS | I
lug thrown away his i'i"portuiiity.
Rheumatism and
I ,
The who the Haw AVuh Glu |
young man jreU 81'pLis lo Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs. :
system needs, i is temperate in his \\IIUVI'1I wake the bert receptacles An E.klrao Trick. Only uOc and satisfaction guaranteed I

habits lives within his means and for washing! fine glassware that The !short chubby wooden looking by W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist WICKE & CO.

shows up for work In the moruinit with requires: canful handling. If two bowls Eskimo men wheedle silver out of the 121 S. Palafox street.

\ a clear eye and active brain-that's the are employed the results: are apt to be populace by playing a game requiring I

1 man businet-s men are loukir.s\ for. more satisfactory. Use one for washIng -
considerable. This consists in lift-
You want a good piano tuner to i Plumber Gas and Steam fitter
They want employees! whom they can : and the other for rinsing purposes. Ing a donated nickel or dime out of the stay in Pensacola, still you hold ,
worked hard and laid.
trust. Having ground by the crack of a whip. The I
back order. Send it in. I have
by a coinpfteuce. they want to throw how to Llxpand the Chent. whips these people use are like an ordinary your No. i South Palafox Street
home of the burdens off and they won't A :girl who wishes to expand her chest bull goad with a number of had 20 years' experience and bare I

, throw them Of! on the employee who Is can do so if each morning after hir leather lashes added to the } lengthof worked in several piano factories. All Kinds 01 Plambing and Gas Fltttngs Materials Kept on HanS

. too much of a ";;.KJ
, Cut it out. Lo3' There's nothing In shoulders back arms straight;: long lashes along the ground like will be attended to.CHAS... W. PBESSLEY.WEEKLY I ..
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it. There's a \\ holo lot of non-nse in down and take twenty-five full deep snakes straight at the coin set edge up I

t. that :OI\I} fallow" bU :Ill''iI. You cant Veaths. It is perhaps bert to begin In the dirt. and as each tip reaches the ,

I. ': fool the public very long by living beyond .vith Cfein for the first week an,! gradually spot it curls with a snap like n pistol l SCHEDULE ;rSAMUEL CHARLES,

i your luciiiis aiil ke-i)ins iiy* nppearanws. increase to twenty-five. If one shot and likely as not lifts the coin i

!l, Tliere uu-t be a stowdown! desires to go on to fuller perfection, increate high In the air. Thus the coin goes to TOT; STEAM DIVISION !! 3 DIANE SHOE MAKER

I r',\ : poriit1 time or oilier: and, that inoaus a until lilly full breaths can be whoever gets it In that way. PKN3.iOv)'.\. ELKCr.l'OTKltMIflA: l '-< *

I' !101'> of !self rt': j'rt aid muy !bitter! ('X- I ULia. ________ j I H'-lI/aMY Cl,. Il'AMT. ;: REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

: flt'ri/wI',;. Many a bright and promKuis Sears Oat of Running. i Trains lear-. Peer 0 ana; for the L'UIHao.
I HI liayoa.Warrlngton.Kav7 i'rl ,' Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes, Leather & Findtu 0 .
? 't1 13
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Irti-iuf has failed because Iluw to Ill-mine Splinteri.
I s man Sears the fast Cornell sprinter has j' and Fort Karraneai ..t : ;_ ;- -
Le tri d to trav Iin ti,,i swift a class.xvlifiv i The lut way to rcmo\e splinter been compelled to give up all athletic 6:30 a.m.arrive at tort Barrancai I:15 a.n 1'iioM 151 1. 607 SOl'TIiIFOX STIUI

I .is Lad he lived within: his iii'zi Iii I I from the hand after long standing; is work on account of being !J'WntIin hlastudies. I 10:00 a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 10:4} 1.11 '-

J" Le i .i,;:lit have bewiiio a highly !;lhCl'SSI I, to take the: skin oft: the inside! : of fin This means a sc'erLl w to I I 8HO laM p.m.irrtveat p. m.arrive at Fort Fort Barrancai""rranc... .l5p:16 9 c n '

t 1. ful Ulflll'Mlt.'ihv i i j ijfs shell and place o\tr the I'art wLer-i the Ithacans track team's hopes. :1S p.m. arrive Fort Barranoaa 710 p ?

L::1( world .:o.- rt Kive up Its treaun *- i| the sjlinter Kis: for twenty millutts'l I''I I 'bUUp.m..rrtveatFOrt Trams leave Fort Barrancai Barrancai tor 8 Ftiua ic.D J. E. DUBUISSOX % BROTHER,

,h :s t't r of is to lif> uiilliciiiaires. and mighty; I Sir Thomas Lipton will present a cup I! TIls.m. arrive at Peneacola .__. 8:00 a. bir.uo I:, :OKM-U TAllK.lGONA AND ItntUJM:1.STHEl'as.: : ,

! I I few cf the "?ood fi Hows' set into that | Ion to Take Out V.'lnc StuinH.Apply to the Corinthian Yacht club of Sail !:oo p.p. m.m.arrive arrive at at fensacola Penuaoola_-11 4:45::46 5.0 p.n Dealers in '

,\ 1 class.. I t'i Letter to earn your way a little! table salt to the spot IMego, Cal., which will be made a perpetual 6:00 p m arrive at Pensacola.__. 5:45 pn I

t,:,: first nd #> hunting for good times staimd! and aNo moisten: it with sher challenge cup for races open to '7:00 8:48 p p.. m.m. arrive arrive at PeaBaoola Fensaoola -....__ 7:49 B.SOp.B p. & Choice Staple and Family Groceries *8
i ,
vhsii you have readied the pout! vt IUTC ry. Scrub the sj-ot with soap and all Pacific coast clubs. I IlIlturda i : ,. only

Ii you; can spare both the time and the! water and no trace of the stain will,@ FABK FOB WEEK DATS.Peniaoola 'I lOur Goods are Received Fresh Daily They are too many to enuni'rate: ,

r cioney. Then possibly! you'll! have left. The acid contained in port de- I to Fort Barrancai and retorfl UiKensscol and Warranted to be the Best the Market Affords and can be
' best 'ncath tho stars and to Navy Yard na return._ VKPeniaoola j
J! The pill *
rJort s'ii : stripes; I Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Fart of the City.
abiuthat a good till is.-Toledo (blcjichini gisl, which removes the I IOU EDtlD.

liee. _ vegetable coloring matter of the wine. Little Early Risers of worldly repute. When coaches.Leave weather! permits the running t I COUNTRY ORDERS; WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION
:1 gripes. I open
.\n of I'nnftlr.. Ask for DeWitt's and take no Penaaoola. Lv fort Barraa : P.O. Box326.
J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.
A Remarkable Case. I a.m. 10a.m. ,
There is fur which the
one enemy I substitute.A 11a.m. II m. I PHONE 66.

I pansy l
! \ that is a little tru.'euOim: that cold deep-seated on the lungs, and easy to act, but never failing In {1 Ip.m p.m. I .
I. .: ', made to devour \ p. m p ts,
'ws mi
purpose pan-
causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs. results. DeWitt's Littic Early Risers -, ( p.m. 8
f j ,,'s. \\ here Le comes f rou or why hey
l Gertrude F'nnr.larion., led., who arouse the secretions and act as 8pm TP.TO.feniaco'ato
hould exist at all: is a mystery. But a tonic to the }liver curing permanently. ppapoavxey I..A.
was ('ntirl'leurl'd. by the use of one :
ort Iarrancaa t4ity M.A.vJery
". it you thai your little plants Mop growIng ; Hargis Pharmacy. John Sheppard :
'Minute Cure. She "The \ard and rtarn __.__.___ lit .
t and see the leaves perforate-1 with says: Sidney Kahn.SCHEDULE. i I Peniaaola to I'llmpUo H"aoh nil
'Ii''I small! holes and! jour blossoms gnawed couching and straining so weakened 'et5Tp.__ ._ _____ II ,
alter 1:16 m.OPERAHOUSE
' Ix'Luld your enemy is there.! Hternal ] me that I run down in weight from o.

I"1 vigilance nonwill save you. Your ,, 14s to 92:! pounds. I tried a number AND PASSENGER IMPORTER ATfX JOBBER OFHARD,1'TARE

i; face nin
'il the ;;rou.iL Kmvl and turn up every j I i One Minute Oigh Cure. Four bot- RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS

leaf. lI'UlJtll"iS! you will Cud tin-small! ;: ties! of tl'te wonderful<< remedy curedme .
entirely of the cough, strengthened LINE.
grwn iiiohster curled up and hiding my lunus and restored rne to my J. 31. CBIniiager. Iron, Nails, Axes, Khovf. < J. bucking out nil tl.e juices (,f the plow normal weight, health and strength. upl'1iesCo"kin filld IiI -nip :.Move, Paint, Oils

niwl so K-couiintj exactly its color IHrgis Pharmacy, John Sheppard.Sidney The Pen acola St. Andrew and I Window Glass. Inns, I'it and Fishing, Tackle.
: which mnkt's him so diili ult! to thai.t : ONE WHOLE WEEK !
Kahn. Gulf :Steauihip Comp'iny: ha* fixed I Agate and Tinware ana Jf i l'! vjfuriiislimi Hoods.
and if not checked lie will utterly dostrny -- - -- the iullowinf? schedule and rates to BEGINNING:

it. lie \\iil devour it ia a few C :::J T (:) =r.:c A. apply between Peusacola: and the i LJrAlm FOR 1URMINQHAM KOLLINO MILL COMPANY'I3

I i days. ___ 6,Rr"5 Ir,9 K d tJ: !Ih'1l !: m &C'Sjgn1i points named : I i MONDAY, MARCH 9. Revere Oiant Htitched Belting, Northampton Empry
I I Wh":-1\ C )., L Lftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kilsoui -
, '1'1nny.. 8 I '# / L /. hCHKDlLK.Steamer > The Large-it Best and Highest: Salaried iu?, Iron King and Hack Stoves and JVingPi, Win

,1 A boy i
; but l.e is the pround and ihiof iiiirre- colt every: Tuesday night at 8W -THEtMm-- I Made Railroad Colors.

\ 1 diont of the man. ulude e not juuiiclf BUY THE I o'clock after the arrival of the Mobile I I IIHUUU Masonic Temple @ Pensacola Fla.
train and the P. & A. accommodation ,
:: II with the ht-hh-f that the boy is not all
train. This will enable a t k
I he Ijrtto.-u'.s be, for he is a ;great deal person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m., '.I -

..j.'oj. raw. lie is an iuconij'roln-iKiMe fellow [ make cloe connection at Pensacolaand

-i t<> any 0110 but smother lltl y. and reach St. Andrews the next TIME TABLE.

boeaust* he will: presently! "NIuto morning at 7 o'clock.( OF ATLANTIC CITY.'aDdbnturday. I IM

, ,j l>6c'noo.l that separates h,> 'h\ from
The rate from Pensacola 1.1K01
.j j ntauhnoil and to a lumbering idiot mees %Vdnsday -
Do not 1* dec< ivr ;I thoii don't signify that he is in idiot New Orleans and Mobile.
To St. Andrews and St. Andrews
i-e $50.t") :-cwln Machine for
''j now. lie rover L. But his chrysalis a IMlcel'!. in and 2'1 ,
$: lLod. ThUkindofamacLinecan points-$600; round trip $10. Nittbts 1(>.:SO! and 3i.OC.
i! slate fetters him and makes him ht-cui be I.>ught from usoruny of our To Apalachicola and CarrabellefS&O Beats oa sale at TOP'S bookstore.ONENLUHTONLYRAfl. So.8. So." o.1. No.1. No.1. j. Not.
i 11 t like one sooA-tlmes. dealers fmmglo.OOto 1S.OO. ; round trip $15. 7I a 12Ilm: l1Mp IJ"neP"n _Arrtve 6ooa 4oop too p
The buy is all rUhtTarLrctnn These fare include fir tcia.B : 8:::11 a 2fl p 1:01 a Lisve_ ulomaton_ Leave !:S5 a 2:1111 p 7:25 D
r WE MAKE A VARIETY. 11:00 a 4:2p 2:55 a Liavs_ Mobile _...1..eave 12:811/1'111:111/1 \ CipI :
cabin etateroiin and meals. ... 7:110 Leave _.!II... OrIIlaD _
I 6 I ---- M:25p: a !! Leave Mei p 7:25 a
,, I. THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. Further information can be secured MONDAY, IYIMI1. I j
Alfalfa. I'I The Feed determines the strength or by bpplving at the company's offices North..i .

: Turkestan!: alfalfa has been to..tHl by !I veakiu ; (If hewing Mnchine The in the Tiiieen building. THE SWELL SOCIETY EVENT OF I II I

" the government in the west and the :.,I Doultle 1'ci'tl coinbiuol with other THE SEASON.Mr. Ii i 2. i So. .. so. i Nol.
result published In a bulletin. In 110. stroiis glints makes the New Home 1iflt pm 12t5 pm Lean acotaArrln 4:00pm I 11(11) alII
I case did it prove superior in finality ,I the Ut Dewing Machine: to buy.Bowing Een Stern Politely Profers 6tiam 'I 8:57pm Arrive.. Montgomery ....Leae U:151m :lJIpDl:
U:5l1am 8QIipm ArrlveHI mlolbamLeave slam
and yield to the sort commonly ,grown.It : 'I, the dirJ1ltC J The Best Comis Opera Success Since 7Mpm ltOam Arrtvel\albvllleL..."" _.__ 4'J6pm__
!1 Is thought however that it may be II f lOll r CIRCULARt' s.wlnt f rcnt 'y'1 Machineswe of PinaforeS..RIOHARD 7:151 a m 8:13 a m Arrive ..Loul.vIlle _Lea,, ':t5 p m 2:45: a aa
i 7'Olm I,1l: 11& m Arrive_ClncinnatlLeave 8:00pm I UUplD
i a Uttlo more resistant\ to cold. ioiuifacturcaaj prices Ufoic purcluawg 70"! m I 1:5) pm Arrty" .,.. ..t Louis .......Leu" .:15 p m IiM p ID _
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I i(I Worse than an alarm of fire at S%Union S 1.X.Chicago.Ill.Allan, GJ.' fi'f.titie: hotorraph9, In De Koven & Smith's Greatest II No. I-Vally No. I-DIUYI No ltop 'IIbere time not shown So. 2-DaUy I So. r2-ba11

i| night Is the brassy cough of croup I St. LoulsMo.)., DaI:1. .Tex.,. :Kranclsco,Cal Comic Opera Success: 11:56 pm 1:00 a m Lelve_ Pensacola.-Arrtn IO50 pm 8:11II p IZI
I 204 S. Palafox Street. 12:15I11gh' 7:11" Bohemia I' 10:81 h 1:1)4 '
if FOR SALE BY ,2 -
which sounds like the children's
.. 12a 7:14" Valeurl 10:114 N I lIot
knell and it means death unless I 12:55 7U" _Eaclmbla. ,. 10:82 6.57 '

'I\t I something is done quickly. Foey's SEALED proposals endorsed "Pro- "fOXY QUilleF. 12:115"n:3'j" 7:25"723" -____.Moist Harp ____ N" ion 10:21 ", 6:60:
I Honey and Tar never fails to give posals lor Railroad Track Scale," will NEW SCHEDULE.OF 12:50": 7:86" ,. _G"ItClt_ )0:111 N 6:27
1 instant relief, and quickly cures the I be received at the Bureau of Yards UM" 75P _..'.Mllron.... .. lOI 6:51lipI
S. .' '
1m Good KanI8 4:1.1
worst forms of ('rouplrs.P.. L. Cor- I M
I and Docks Navy Department, Washington 1:66" 6:15 -- HoI1l .. 8:116 s 4.11I\
dier. of Mannington Ky.. writes: until 1 o'clock, March H, 1iS, This is the No. 1 Company and the 2:0": 11:80": MlIlIgll1 __ 1:0: I 4:11
\ "My three year old girl had a severe Only One with all the Magnificent 2:38" 8:118" I _.CreItVlew_ 8tl H 4fA!
and then and there publicly opened. STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ ;! ,. 851.' _D Land '
1:00 eer 8:66' 1:114
case cf croup; the doctor said she :
j for a 100-ton railroad track scale at Scenery Costumes and Parapher. .:211" 8:18 __ M Oil)' Head 8:40 II 1:18:
j could not live. I got a bottle of Foley's the Navy Yarn, Pensacola, Fla. Plans J. N. ROGERS, Manager nalia that Astounded the Patrons 401: II 9:&3 II .DeranllkSpriDIL 8:18": 143 ,
I Honey and Tar; the first dosegave and specifications be furnished by of the Broa.way: Theatre, New ':lS" 8:" __ Argyle_ f:.. 2:1) '
4:40' 8:111' U ...Ponee de Leon N 7D" 2:18
quick relief and saved her life. -
the Bureau. MORDECAI-. EXDI Leave Freeport Monday and York City, with Lavishness. 11:00" 10\0' ___W8ItYllle__ 7:17 It I: "
, I Refuse substitutes. \V. A. D'AIem- COTT Chief of Bureau. January 2C, Thursday mornings. 6IIj.: 10:15' __ Car'Yllle_ U ':12" 1:4
\ bcrti. 1:1 S. Palafox street : Arrive at Pensacola Monday and IT'S BETTER THAN ROBBIX 181" 10:81' oalfa,_ a itS I, In
1?03.: :M4-Oaw-2w. .
8:00': II
HOOD.-N. Y. Herald. )0:11" _Chlple_ 8:87 i 1:54
Thursday night. ..
8SJ" 1)QT" a _..Cottondale_ 1:18" 12:'" 1100'
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Leave "Pensacola Tuesday and 7:00" 11ttI.: a .........Marlaana 6:00 II UH
: Laxative mo uinine A: Friday night. The Prices Reach Everybody, 730" 11t ".. _.....Cypr..l1......... a 6:38",. ll:4S iii
P1l Arrive at Freeport Wednesdayand 7:40"' 11l "' _Grand Ridge_ 6:1tt 11:"
7M It 12:06 .. __ neadl 61" 10:50
I'St9. cD'm. 50c to 150.
QlreSICoI4b101leJ>ayrip1ll2 25c Saturday morning 8U' UU" ArrlT8R1urltllcUollLean 6:10" 1nII II

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,,?? to'(1f-an or Straw bran in Xattlc.two quarts AN OLD ADACE PEOPLE OF THE DAY CATARRH He Succeeded.A Doctoring Free.

ihrte! pints .
rut man arrested for murder bribed 8T1 {
and boil It. Take off the -
coM WHIT SAYS Quern May Name empire. in Irishman on the jury with 200: t& .
?J wnon It to limrly cool Wash Often begins with a cold the head I
and The young queen of the Netherlands but it nevef there. The tendency it bang out for a verdict of manslaugn-
It after- stops
..nlnz with It, wiping "A light Is The Red Cross Doctors Are Doing
; a carse"SIdmeu
parse heavy
l", ? il'-aa! dry clotb. A little may be requested by the United always from bad to worse. The simple ter. The Jury were out a long time

Viy"Jth! be a added to the water forBanlns makes a light purse. States government to name the umpire cold becomes a protracted stubborn one, and finally came in with a verdict of This to Introduce Themselves.

: The LIVER Is the seat of nine while the discharge from the nose growl manslaughter. The man rushed up to 1
for red. who shall the claim of the
and vinegar pass upon
;:: Three Month's Services Are Given
; more profuse and offensive. The inflammation
;t tenths of all disease.Tutt's the Irish juror and said: "I'm obliged
United States against Venezuela If the .
extends to the throat and bronchial
to you. my friend. Did you bare: a .
Free to All Who Call at Their Offices
Iran a Felt IIat named the United States tubes t
Io'r to ( persons by causing hoarseness a tickling hard time .

\ 1. X colored felt hat-gray or and Venezuela cannot agree. The sensation foul and an aggravating cough. "Yes." said the Irishman; "an awful 111 West Chase Street, Between J ;;
matter that is
Instance may be made as continually dropping
; fir Pills The selection of Queen Wllhelmlna
' r back into the Ime. The other eleven wanted to acquit -
throat finds its
cleaned. way Now March 21.
::. new by K'lns carefully suggested Mr. United: and
earth was by Bowen into the stomach resulting in a distressing yer. -London Answers.The f
i-te of fuller's or pipe- .1
: ;'I) j. form of dyspepsia, nausea and lost and :
A staff of eminent physicians car-
r' .- it i b. mix lewder Just of appetite andCatarTh1pOisOnS loons from the Hrtl Cross Medical Institute ;
; v th) water to give It the con to to the root of the whole mat strength. The Ln.t Dueling Clergymen. have at the urge"t solicitation of a large i
( It THE GATEWAY "When did clergymen) cease to fight numb of patients under their care la ibis l'
nf tlwk cream. Lay o''rrtot ter thoroughly, quickly safely
e:.:' duels?" Is startling inquiry ia Notes country established a permanent branch t '
: it a- J allow it to dry. then brush and restore the action of the are absorbed into TO of the Institute In thUclty at '
and It will be to .
Queries. news
the blood and all many '" !
,"; f! rt.-rward. and It will answerf'lv. LIVER to normal condition. the membranes CONSUMPTION. of us that they were ever fond of that 111 West Chase Street. I '
whole must be
The process .
of the be. exhilarating pastime. But as a matter -
Give tone to the and body
as neatly and quickly as The eminent gentlemen have decided to
)u :
I come infected, and what was supposed taI : of tact, the Rev. Mr. Allan foughta give their service entirely free tor three
!1'',' cnre l eins taken that not i solid flesh to the body I be purely a local disease has become constitutional duel with Lloyd Delany Esq., and months tinedictue exempted) to all Invalids
! than U absolutely neces- who call upou them for treatment
it.-r deep seated and chronic. ;
TI killed him in Hyde park In 17S2. He
&r i 1.1 M that the hat: may keep Take No Substitute. Sprays, washes powders salves and was convicted of manslaughter and BetwBcn Now? ail March 21.
other external remedies give only temporary
las1: H.tIet.t.t..n. fined 1 shilling: plus six months in New
'I" .....? I" Little Things. relief and the disappointed, and These service! consist not only of consultation -

? ml of a farmer who said MEN AND WOMEN. disgusted patient finally gives tip ia gate. of ininirsurmcal.examination operations.The and advice. but abo.

, ... ..fconie surety on a note c- tEs F e Big 6 for unnatural despair and declares catarrh incurable. III. r nnl Preference."What object In pursuing this course
I.I I.I day.. diichugM.inflaiumitioni, The only way to get rid of catarrh per. is to become rapidly and perionall acquainted -
o would light;: his pipe O..rsnt.ed irritation or ulcerationiof sick andattietedand
kind of meat Lave you this with the under
is to treat it the blood.
1 through
.mI.s.u. mucous membranei.PtinleM manently .
the no conditions: will any charge u batever
\\Lilt> standing by
r.q_ C..Iai4iS. and not utrin- The system must be toned up and all impurities moruinir Larry i" asked the board of ; be made for any MTVices rendered for three 10 '
: I I. :.:;s are pointers to char- sa IVAhCNEMICAL. gent or poioononi. removed from the blood and thisS. trade operator. I I modus to all who call before March ?Ut.Thedoctcrs ,/

.r. 4 the slices bum while CIEIhNATIO t.LA. or BOW not by in plain DruggisU wrapper. .S. S.does promptly and thoroughly. It "W dl, sir" said the butcher, ''I've deformities treat and guarantee all forms a of cure disease In every and t,

t1 feet, cutting the shoe- br expreu. Sbottln prepaid 12.75.for QUEEN WILnrLSin.i expels from the circulation everything of got some fine boar steak and some beef ... theY un.1.-rII\IP.: At the first Interview "i'ca. I
,. : than! : untie it. leaving the % 1.00.Circular or sent onFoley's request. an irritating poisonous character allowing that's jut bully""irniph I I a thorough examination is made. and.
States minister to Venezuela who has the inflamed If Incurable yOU are frankly and kindly told
E. t1 Jarap or throwing:: down borne such a prominent and creditablepart memoS Give me some lamb soal.oailM-Klni!inst speeding money for '
the! stock than they will Tar branes to heal when unless treatment.Mile .
Honey and in the settlement of the Venezuelan the mucous dischargescease I Chicago Tribune.Besides I and tem.ile treaknesi. cutarrh and
t trtii boys remember this. I I cures colds prevents pneumonia trouble. In suggesting;: Queen Wilhelmina -' S S and the damage i catarrhal deafut t; al ,o \arlcocele rup- -
and all diieaafu of the
1! inner. ture. goitre cancer .
done to the health is the thorough airing that beds
Mr. ISoweu's desire is to eorapliiiu'iit rectum are positively cured by their new '. _
J the sovereign; of the countryin soon repaired. S.S. S.keeps and bedding should daily have mat- treatment. '. 1
the blood in such a healthy vigorous trv<5t'<. bolsters and pillows should be Their chiefocRte .urJPon of the In tI-
WILSON which The Hague" peace tribunal tut> will hem o/lal'h..rl\e.. .
D. HALE condition that cold, damp weather beaten and shaken three times a week. ltUCt80.. Ill Wen I hH-e Office Hours !r.
slt;. or sudden changes in the temperature arc 9 a. m, to 7 p. m. Sundays lu a. in. to.1 p.m. .,.. ,.

not so apt to bring on JUrrhal troubles.S. Oh banish the tears of children! Continual ,
Real Estate and Rental Agent LIe MtoiTii "i..ltor. S. S. is vegetable medicine unequaled the blossoms

Lewis Nixon the New York shipbuilder as a blood purifier and the best of all rain- upon are Jfudgin's the 5cr 5c.s .
and politician was born ntLeesburj tonics-just the remedy needed to thoroughly

;$,'-.,' !South Psilafox: Street, ;. Va. lit -esburp.: which Is and effectually cure catarrh. .- ,

PENSACOLA FLORIDA not a teeming metropolis, at the best, The Swift Specific; Co.. Atlanta Ga. Kindness;;: in women, not their beauteous '

TELEPHONE !NO. 243. the great day of the year Is when loots, shall win my love.-Shakeipoare. J f1 ?t n iT n :

the March court Is In session. Then all / o:UW* UipCOlltI1CtOiS
DR. F. E. BRUCEHas ]
the farmers for miles come in and tile \
l'slrb_: 'li. G. DeSilva I & Co /
town Is really lively. "
returned and resumed practice. CHOICESTOF
-t \ "Last summer," said n Virginian, "a and iiiiWes.PLANS I

Manufacturers and Dealers In prominent citizen of Leesburg went to Office 22)i West Government St., .

New York. lIe called on Mr. Nixon. Salisbury; Building. /-

: \ \ \ Sash, Doors, Blinds, out lIe to was w cordially the sights.received Mr. Nixon and taken drove -'X'olophaiio:_ 1475. f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONER[ ESTIMATES, SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED AND AT 1.:l'

with him. When they
-2. Shingles, up came Broadway to the corner of Twentythirdstreet =GOLA= SHORT NOTICE. .< .* v ::1;

the Virginian who had been -\T- First-CIas: : Work Guaranteed and -I.. .

Builders' Materials gazing with open mouthed astonishment Grist and Corn Meal Mills 0. APOSTLE'S References Furnished.

at the crowds, asked, 'Say, 414 EAST IXTKXI)iXClA ST. .. 1
;; IE. F. GOHZRLEZ 4 CO., Prop i,
what's going on here today '
LewIs. :
Brick and Lime.
anyhow?' Manofactcreri U East GiTermeit St., .

Telephone J"o. 11 .. 'Oh nothing: Nlvon replied; 'noth CHOICE MfrALAND PDUEGUOtNI .-.. PARKER'S
Formerly Cordova KQstauruittHtaiifOne HAIR BALSAM
ing out of the ordinary. STOCK FEED. ClMHtn ami bnutifiet the hair. .

'You don't tell me,' said the Virginian. Patronize Home Industry, for there I. car-load of Pineapples at 11.7J -: P'omuUl Never Full a lniunank to Keslore gruwth.Gray I .

LaeBmmo! QeA I'Jl on every lIe thought for a minute and every reason yon should boy your Ml'alant to '2.00 pr dozen. \j _Cunt fcaip to ill d wteef Youthful a L tr Color.UIJC. "
Stock Feed from the Home Manufacturer ,, "
Cures Cold in One Day,dip in 2 Days(!). "CQ'OI.. 2.5c then said 'Say, Lewis, if all these people for by so doing you encourage home indni f
are hero when nothing special is try Your mooeylslert In the oommonltt .
-- -- inti yon In tarn Are Indirectly: benfltedifostsrIng
going on, what a crowd there must be the home manufacturer

Classified I Ad\7erisements( for the March ('Ourt:' contribute to the cnuae of labor. You ow yot The Star

It which to community contributes to In your which support.irit you .live atC Laundry,

... ____ ___ The Sign Harris Pot I'p.
h _u_ ______n_
A. II. Harris of North Carolina. who Biggest Busiest Best !
has been here promoting; the Appalachian -
... 1?
.. -- forest reserve plan): was formerly j _ _ _ _ _
I .e ) ; I'.
: WAXTEO-everal! of char- ,
-- person! a lawyer in it. Louis, says a Washington -
\ I ciuvu-eJ-backed acter and good reputation In each correspondent! One day he left his Those tiny Capsules are 5Upenor.t .
state (one in this county required) Balsam of Copaiba, ""'
eO't1iutflg uiaIimuu office too to luuclu-ou and hung a / \i They Speak
\ rIttuIi in indelible to represent and advertise old established sign "Kick In Twenty )Minutes" on C:1Je aM InJectll% (r.1D'i)1) : .

I -ward: for the rIll wealthy bu-iness houseof the door. lie never did go back for I n..., cure in 48 boius! the .
solid financial
standing. Salary
-e. Ii. H. or E. ) A, lq.q4.-. vUiooi HI.'" .
he received business 'flY
he out a '
$21: .00 weekly with additional while was
( J.F. Clement: No. 511I P If> ,i f n'fIIft"T for ihe1\'es !
I : .limn.' 2Jf-tf and all dayable in ca-ih off'-r:: from North Carolina and left > at. Of. \

direct each Wednesday from head for that titu at once.When '

ih (ins auswt-rs tj otiices. Horse and carriage fur- Harris entered the house restaurant CHIC"ESTtR'S ENGLISHPILLS We let the shirts, Collars! ::1 I'

Scar on left hind ni-hed when necessiry. Reierenct's. tII'otlll.r! 11the: first man he r
Enclose self-addressed r EfH 1ROVAl and Culls we Launder speak fur :
:.t rrturnod to rvsliliams en saw was Kcpreientative! Joy of gt Louis __ ..... ... ... "
.0.,1. ;
velope. ColoLial Co. Caxton ? "A n."e"e..1............ 1.1k.L *....l.. I'ritcc.i< theinselvea. They will talk louder: .
\ him twenty
\ :227: North who I 1. d the next ollice to .
; .
BId.. C 1ic: g-(). 9fpb4w I $IL- Li fo ( 1I1t'1n: Uk' l'.h tihliuees..Ve thai we can. We want to be judged -'
.. ,. ...,
years ago awl whom he had not seen lieu .1 C..I mccli b4. .
WAN 1 fcD-All kiuUs of empty Deer I since. ,1' -,, i)::.1 ..Ol... .o'h.Ihiu&ion. I I. h.rd JOf'4 Imlu... noi-e DY the work we do than by :
tf! .... ... .. .
bottles. K. A. Friedman. n9-tf I / I" BUJ jo"r l ru (i t or .11. IPr whatwesav. *
I "I thought you were coming back: ... .t.I tn Partlujar. Te.t'nonUm. -
I'ul: U. \ c n t "l.rllrf f>,r I..iltr.:Nm tetltr,by re*
---- I SnleudM chance for men to learn barber minutes. said .JII "'---.#.l'sI ,turn...,,,...Vull.. IH C hi.IMtll h.t.r rr.umoD C h..I..II... SolJ.byI 1.
: i if Keys. Owner trade. Years of "Well Harris replied. "I meanltwentytwo c..,'". ..... .. M'.II.ou .. u....... "IIIL. f

y calling at this saved by our method of apprenticeship steady practice years for I shall be there ALL W:; SK o. o. D. MI Called f fur and! Delimci Free

;1'ii'ipi'iiy' and Ita> )'. and instruction. Tools diplomas for the world's fair in Ktf-J.: C ..ll..S'X'CJ n. 2C ..A.f TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. I

_u iiobitions board and Saturday the 1t Kmi You Have A'ars: il".,;"

wages given. Catalogue mailed free. I'edln Jar the Sooth Pole. .. A WALKER INGRAHAM

r MONEY TO LOAN'i Moler College New Orleans La. Dr. f''l'1II1Il'l'S lledin. the noted I ;: (f &Z.,( Manager'J

I M7--U Swedish traveler who. It Is believed.1 1------ -- --- __._-_____.__._.____-_____ ----.---= ---_ .

I will start In the i'l'rlngat the head of ."-
( S -. inble terms andw $i1liiiiil> Stock General Merchandise to
has ST\Tt I;' r J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT.
w ." echange for Florida property. Address an expedition: to the south pole

.' \ Hfl.LARD. llox 212 Frankfort, Ind. thus far devoted himself to Asiatic! exploration Made under Section !>;Ti,Chapter 111.; Laws :'
-- :2 iM 'fox I'p-Stairs. i mlm* and especially to the exploration -. of t lorulrt, btiovrmg the amount of VAN PELT BROTHERS

J. A. U'li."ox, Maua/. --- of the mysterious laud of Tibet. cnnihii luxes tliurei'tl t'lunda.lo the tat be collector oolli'ctcd of 1':5'for: ;

\VANTED&Omorepupitsin1tickatid the lax: yenr tlIIII. and tliHRpporlloninent of GARDEN STREET GROCERS : .
LOAN"i White." J5y this system anyone KitiiKi to the several funds fir ubicb sucli ,
MONEY TO draw tax..s have 1ntn Icvml. includini pull tax:
can learn to anything with county school tax: Have Received Since the Holidays; a Fresh Line of
( i ,, ,1.. thf-y wish size. Even childrenten 1.
: hnr-\, wairon, any Total amount charged to
4 ill ctht-r kinds of years old can learn. Every tdxrs.__ ... ..... .... ... .... _. ITl,14: STAPLE AND FANCY J Jf"i
: u Iii-it..s: pupil {,lId )re* it. Come iu and collected to Jl!ir. GROCERIES
.' ..ty.( !gnarutnteed.pri'ra'y see for yourself Otis A. Miller 7, Una .............. ........ .....__ C.7.210 ['9 ,

I' \ :,t. A. .\. Kj-her. Studio in Salisbury Uuildin :5\; Ualiuice ............ .... _. f=4 t-. Fruits, Nuts, and all the Dclicacacics of the Season. 1i

__'_ __ _ _ !Jin tf HUm J .. ........ i
1 _________ __ ____n_ County tax proper $1.J. S 1.1tiflOuIitCOlfrCLCd Our Gf'Od-s Arriving Daily and the
'.' are you can Always Rely on Setting
I ".\:\ \V. It. ileriA to Mar.
EXCHANGE-Any one wanting a 7, usC ...., .... ........ .. li.Tm 7-.i-$ ..r.I:1I:
I'uf':Piit. Money to summer home in the mountains County school tax ........ t:llVU; :y Best, Freshest and Cheapest. ;
rate of interest
: can exchange property in Floridaor Amount collected to Mar. I

.! ItOlliee 112 and Houth Ueonria for equal value 7,1\"'8 .? .............. .... >,lil !;-$ 3,313; >.]
i :111! -tr*'nt. County Uoad and bridge ;
iu Asheville, X. C.111 trade: up tux .. .. .... _....... ......II.., IN: VAN PELT BROTHERS i:
':" \ i 1 :Mi up to flOOWorle.-s. Otis A. Miller Amount collected to Mar. ,
on unprovedr Salisbury Block 1'eusacola. 7,hisuS ..... .. ... _..... .. .. 17.7-! C44'u j 75 I i
r or small 14flm County Fine and Forfeiture TELEPHONE NO. 231 ,,< ,,* ,,* 31 EAST GARDEN ST. ; I

\v ute of intere-it. -- --- Tax ?... ... $ tl :;Jls (C
'.: lirocik: ;*. attorney8ml l-'Olt &44tL.t. Amount collected lo Mar. -

j I' d.lfux st.. Fi..h..r - - -- ....... I, 1W-J ..... .. ..... fi,'iS- SiHM 72 <

: in FOR (SALE-The most desirable: I County Knnd Tax ... } 2,'>'7 W I
lots in the city on ; terms i Amount collected to Mar ROYAL
\ \ -1M'IIU i.eeUi the Fiher Real: Estate eay Agency., by rW I 7,1'Ai-j... .. .... ... .. ...... .. 2,4'tl\ 7113 '*\ C MMIMlllJ WIHSmY!{

in borrow any 204'\South 1'al.ifox. ____ 18alm_ Balance ...._... '. .... I 4/KW; 4S 'I
',t easiest -- I _
today on
.' hA I It GO".H'oi.! A. M.MrMlLLlv. 8 YEars Old! in Cam: of 4 Fell Quarts at S3.20 per cast
\ r.ltpan'wu're ANTlERS 1IZDI.V.He
DR. YES I!"EAL.1] C lerk Circuit Court.
''Manned, city real --'-' I By 1:. H. !Burton i>. C. -- '-
I has already made extl'nsijour.
MRS. SARAH HEIIC\lo -) nufic- .
m. Fisher, 2u-1J S. Persia awl Mesopotamia.Khorassan WHISKEY; dinillfd at the XeNon Co.
turer and dealer in Hair Oood-, neys in : THIH
: lutlborrow STATKMKNTM ., Di-tlkry and is fully matured In wood
Hat Tliletrticle Hair Oil and Turkestan and likewise -
I. I -. 321) We.. (; before bottling it i is ab-olutt-ly pure and not ez-
; ini.iiir. etc.. t o\"prnmf'lIt_ street, in the IV-mirs. lie is a special
money __ 1e under Section 35.Chapter 411S, Law<
\ nr-- ---- ------ -- celled i'} quality by any Whiskey of the same age
i :: .- jour property L-'or l' Hll. favorite of ICIng Oscar who has me- of Hurklii tbonlng the amount of taxescharged no matter where produced. The Royal Standard 1 >'
: i.-t-. i.i" title or Hr. to thx tax: collector of K-camhiit
buy teriaily lI"si i-ted him in his work. for \ is eight old when bottled and I
it'r f FOR R Nl'-Illllperl houe bnild- county lorula. to lie rollet'ted the tax years considering
nt property <> lIe ;ll. it Is said will be. backed LU }ear I.I: and apportionment of game to its excellent quality, is the cheapest whiskey iu j
ii on ground floor one store and
; 1 11 have rents coli the several funds lor which such taxes have
antarctic trip by friends ia 1'aris. the market at that price. As a beverage, and as
second floor three fl tax with
:i u! taxis attended to, otlice; on ('f's.fph been 1I'\I..d.lncluding poll county j
"i. 'sThos.C. Watson 1I school lax: an absolutely pure htiipulant, there \Is none better \ .
&: I I Total amount charged to Shipped in cases containing; no marks whatever to
.". K-tue: and Insurance ltt ar tliit; II.Hi.-. Sl"natClr1100': Cigar Holder.Sc'nat'r taxes .. .... ......_..... ... ... $71,1 2. t indicate contents. If purcha-er examining
of Minnesota upon :
-it'ol.i, Fl.i. Charges Knuto Nelson Total amount collected to f
1 roo Hvt-ryone who buys BOARDING hOUSE at Wheeler Is using a nueer looking contrivance March 7.1GI. .....__...... ],.!.3 II:! the whiskey I Is not sati-fled with the quality he ::1

w .-MI *, will It'nd money Springs, Mary Ether, Fla.. Mrs. for a cigar boMer. He says in regardto : Balance...... .............._ 'M.:"" st will can be return refunded.the tame at our expense and money .f
'"l-nilil hw.p !\i-il Condon All the t
n proprietress. I secured a
it: 0\ years ago All orders! should be accompanied either ;
comforts of home at very reasonable ;; County tax proper _.. ....119,04372! -.
W.\ :%'rJ': u. rate Xorthern tourists will position for a young man In the census! A mount collected to Mar. currency postoflice money order bank draft or express .
\v\\ cilice and every once In awhile he 7. laO ._. 4.\11115-1-144219 t money order. We refer to First National
find this an ideal place to spend a
r. ,"OI'XliIF'".." from portion of th.. eoosiin. l2nlm thinks it Is time to remind me that he County school tax .... $-:i47 i>:2 Bank or any merchant in Pecaacola.
Amount collected to Mar.
iinty at once to pre.I appreciates the ta"or.t first he 7.1K08.. ..... ..__..__ 7."< I .
;!IlIlh in the Goveru IU'DI.1.
----- used to send me cigars-villainous ones County road and bridge
': .rpiy tot B.L. DIAMOND, the tailor has removed -and I finally remonstrated with him tax .. ._...._ 14fi49 01 S. A. FRIEDMAN: (
:> I to. ,'otres. Inst.Cedar ll West Government Amount collected to Mar.
to >j for spending his money needlessly.] 7. 1'-Htf_ .. .. _. ..... 8.770 an- 10"i7S i2
JJjpids, Ia.cw1m: street opposite Express office, SOLE PROPRIETOR, PENSACOLA, FLA.P. .
cigar hold fine and forfeiture
Then he took to sending; me
where he is prepared to clean, repair made tax._._. _"" .. t &3J1 i'')
1 trl'tand: ] col- and press ladies' and trentleniens ers. The bowl of this one is Amount collected to Mar. O. BOX 41H. TELK1M10SK 170

; tailor des"8ta. 16j3rn: from the cork of a champagne bottle 7. 6W8\ .... 1.13112S3.J&: ) t'AVHISK It

luaiuaaoturor. lUg while the stem is fashioned from the County bond tax: ._... .... f 2C e)
ii- \11.111111." >11", Amount collected to Mar. ,
<< -< $;)1)
try porpeu ---- ------ --- hollow bone of a turkey wing. Younever 7,li3_ ..... ..._ 7J4; (,,- 2.1752 p.t -A",
\ -es. Self aJ- H. ALFMAX, umbrella maker, 315 anything like it before did ,.-1 handle every class of Liquors oold, In ; .

( for reply. SupcrinHM K<">uttr! Palafox street. Re-cover- saw but it Balance ___ t.5010 33 ; RCflMlj bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices thai :
looks tritle
lug and repairing of umbrellas andparasols you? a queer A. M. MCMILLAN : are tray down. ; t
tr ;:., Chicago. a ;specialty.; Silk covers makes a fine smoke out of a cheap [EAL.] Clerk Circuit Court.
always on hand. jan 3 cigar. I


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Right Price. THE FOUR-OLUB I Chris Thiesen 1


The price of "GOOD LUCK" Baking Fowler -- f..i. INTENDENCIA AND BAYLEN STS.,

to the housekeeper Is tea cent (10-ts) for Manager John Oliver of the Giants "'" ,sttq. -- -

i full pound (16 O. net), loadeJ in a moisture- received a telegram this morning I ."."..''i'i--),i '., )_ .. One Block Wet of Palafox.

>roof tin can This Is the lowest poseiUe 1rL-e from J. B. Timberlake Montgomery: 4/w : KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF

mating that Mobile had decided to One
it which the best Baking Powder can be w&uu-

::-tured. Rhbmond.'irltil1ia... enter Montgomery teams The: the from league four-club Pensacola will and some, Selma composed of ,the Mobile best of .I New (Means Grocery, I It's r PUREST J [ I LIQUORSFOR Dollara

baseball talent in the south has been
...................... | JAMES McHUGH, Prop.ROASTED .
to play throughout the season
Se s engaged

which will open April 15. I

t\ SOCIAL ECHOES 1 1 Now would that be a no league more has than been right formedit that COFFEES I Family or Ileiinal Use Pair

.+MNN NHN NNNN Pensacola should take interest in the fora
f and Oliver and -.+ tNr+- FOB
Col. T. V .Kessler! is in Jacksonvilleattending i matter give Manager
I I his associates the encouragement due i

of the the Florida convention state of troops.Mr. the. officers them. Pensacola ball can team.well afford to e BLENDED TEAS oS. I! Toe Sailor! or Laodsmao.

support a good .

There will be a meeting of the
Charlton, who is here in the f OUR SPECIALTIES. Ladies'Shoe
Giants in The News office tonight at i
Interest of the New York Sun, is registered I Swedish Punch, Danish Aquaril,
,,7:0:: o'clock, when final arrangementswill I
at the Escambia. The fact of
; > German Kummel and other brandsof
the North Atlantic squadron being anchored be made for: the season's work. UJ I -t :1! importedVlnes and Liquors.
An effort will be made to try and _
in I'easacula bay is noted at
get Columbus and Troy to enter the U a -c 0 I Here only you will find the N. C.
the National metropolis Verily! "ex- : : I I
t. ernes me t." league.liamplP. s aV I I n Piowen. Kentucky Whiskey, 21 years in

k'' : ::i t 1m. ,i I old. I
bottles of Dr. Kilmer's UJ ; :i
Mr. Walker, illustrator for Fra 1 Valhalla Branch, corner Garden 5Styles
!"wunp-Rlot, the creat kidney, liver S C 1(1) .
Lt she, is quartered on the Kea 'sarge. and bladder remedy, are beiusr distributed "' ''street and loth avenue.IVeltesKalin I
i :Z
here from house, free. Have UJ 'fY, : -- ---.- II
A delightful l !i bay party was planned you received one? I- -IO | I ,

t. fur tix'!.......r, but the bad weather makes I .' :z: I pm \ { Company
I 0 ;i o
it doubtful about carrying out the WJ 4 ." I and

plan. I MARITIME. : .. + a c 1 < I! \VnoI.jsALEANnRETAIL

U0 .
; GROCERS.Headquarters I
Lieut Madison will entertain a partyof I '' p i More
Cleared. Cl) t 3: -
ladies at luncheon tomorrow on i C for I
: the Indiana. Mrs. H. H. Thornton Span ss Yirgen de Lourdes, Eche- z .i : :

:Miss Daisye Hyer and Mrs W. B. varria, by Pensacola Lumber Co., for : x ? I : i Fancy and Staple Groceries. Valuein

Wrights Miss Gibralter, with 1.072OuO s ft sawn t :
guests Thornburg and : ..I 2 .* ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE- .
: Miss Kelly of :Mobile.! timber, valued at $25,2uO.: *
i I Ital bk Attivo Angelis, by Southern i
The reception to be given by the States Lumber Co., for Buenos Avers,
j.' ; officers of the Alabama to the citizens with :337,000: pickets, valued at $4,200.Br | HIGH GRADE GROCERIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. i CELEBRATEDCafe Themthen

of Mobile next Tuesday the 17th of ss Nith Stevenson, by Rix M.

1 March promises to be a very brilliant Robinson:: for Bristol with 1,510,000 s bas Feed Stuffs of All Kinds.f.JI. du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home

'; i I affair. A special train will bring the ft sawn timber valued at $19,857.78. i i Molasses Baylels Delicatessen Illinl and, Climax German-Ameri Flour

l Mobile party here arriving at about Br sen Evadne Collins, by Pensacola PHONE 105. can Food Company's Canned Meats,

: 1 p. m., returning after the reception. Lumber Co., for Port Secondi Africa i. Etc., You'd
It is estimated that this party will. with :236,000::: s ft lumber valuedat ............................................. ..i .. -- -

number about :COO.: This reception will J.3.CUO. --- -------- --- ---------- ---- -- Etc.Auction Sale Expectto

be a grand success, as the officers
wish to show in some their
Aureola Er ss, Christopherson, 13oS: BEGINNING
", preciation of the magnificent silver
Boston to Pensacola Lumber Co
service presented in :Mobile lately to March 7 at 4
lulu Sano Span ss, Guerrica, "_9S0.Caln.ston Saturday, p. m.,
J the battleship Alabama. It was hoped
: for bunker coal and continuing Find.
; that this reception could be given

i I when the Alabama received the service Sailed. I TWO SALES DAILY,

but owing to unsurnutiintablediffici'liies per! ss Alpha Brink for Dublin
( 101:3<> a. ta. and I p. m.. until Entire Stock is _
HI it was postponed to take Lr ss Trojan, Torkelsen, for Sharpness I sold, atCOHEN'S

I Place in IVnsacola bay, where the I

. t} ship Is more accessible. Br ss Rosewood, McGregor, for Rot- Bon Bons and Chocolates.

, tt-rdani. $1 l $ J
L- -
lion to Slain Floor
I I, Qii j When staining a floor, dou't forget to VESSELS IN PORT.Steamships ,

'1( I apply the stain with tho grain of the W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, # 4:j South Palafox Bt.
- - -
I \ you-1, never across it. A Fund oak stain -
f Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St In Large or small Lot to Suit Buyers
: t Dora
Amer-'It;{ Br ss, Goulding, 10S3::, New l'reB"D\

! York to Gulf Transit Co
1 bottle and fillins It with water. In using W F WILLIAMS Auctioneer.
1't ,
iMirango. Span ss, Quintana, 2297, ,
I. tj take care that the mixture does nut CHAUTAUQUA EXCURSION.The Wlmle In the Tho.....*. Meyer Shoe Co
New Haven to Sutherland-Innes Co
. 11:1, touch the skill for it will act as a blis In former times the apin-aranre of a On Recount of going Into new ba.Mnesa
I : ter. Use an old brush, for it will spoil! Iniluna, Br ss, Carnnhers "_2S71 Fifth Excursion to the Florida whale in the river Thanh's was considered this entire stork must be sold Immediately

+IU a good one. Beep the bottle well corked. Philadelphia to F. O. Howe & Co.Nigh Chautauqua will be run on Saturday ominous ow was caught off be regardless bad at these of Vainer sa,,,.,.sod Kare

Br ss, Sturenhen 14S9, March 14th, leaving Pensacola at Green vkh three months prior to the

&; ARISTOCRATS Kingston: to Rix M. Robinson io: ), the fartS::; cents including; the death of Oliver Cromwell, anal the comHiOU Lumber.2x3 Feet Furnishers lor Cauli Only.

.7-v Virgin de Loud res, Span ss, Eche- atlmision to all the exercises at the opinion was expressed by HeathIn scantling J3: per thousand.

I '-.ould Ce Allowed Good Things as. varria, 1C'VVtra Cruz to Pensacola Chautauqua.This his "Flnpi'lluui." "It please.1 U in Call cnil
I, he remarks, "tu usher In his end with proportion. South Palafox St.
" Well as Other People. Lumber Co SatllradJ resents an unrivalledlist : see us.MGlmo.. : 1102
I of attractions. The Otterbine n great wlialo thrtt months before, .
: A Chicago lady visiting; in Loon Vivina. Span as. Ruiz. liS! ::. Santiago I5EEKMAN LUMBER CO
Male June 2, that came up as far as (irvou-
I Quartet,-Humorous .
N. Y., heard her lustess say ore nmrn- to Ciulf Transit! Cokflsum "
and impersonations by Bertie K. \vicli awl tltt'iv was mimf Evelyn,
ing "All: of the ari.-tocrats on Alien I Ihitch ss, llagenaa, Sil.I iu Ills -I'iarj'," under ills date of Juno I '
I Shipley and Prof. Frank Fox. The '
i Hill have discarded coffee and ar? I Havana to 11. Iiaars & Cv Birkholz Military Orchestra and other J, V':;iH, liieutioiis a whale was .,V ., ,YWS ;;

[sing 1'ostum Food Coffee in its 1 North Sea Br ss, Stephens, lOSS, iksl! off irtfiiwleh 111..1 that it drewnn
I interesting and] instructive topics. Ir.finltrf conoiur to w<. it by water
place" It sects the d-xtor had ad- Havana to IVnsacola Lumber Co
,.. { The Day offers more for the mUIl; lhNt\ iHtsuh anti on foot from I/ii- GRAY GOODMAN & RADER.
o Used the change;; as a remwly for different Irmard Horn Cor ss, Moller, 93S:: "
than any other form of pleasure. lon and ulllart- Ao'nllng to Robert ,
4 stomach and other ;disorders St George to H. Uaars & Co __
lIul>t'rt. lu his "Cttakglte] <.f Natural '

..I' caused hy coffee drinkiaj I Ships. ANNUAL BANQUET OF Rarities! ,** the tongue of this: whale oe NEW STORE. *
!11 j "Ituthcn I first made it 1 was Carana, Ital suip.Cosla. 14SS. Cape was exhibited daily: fur t+due time at <
1{f careless It was only! half U.>ilo4 anal l liruwr.'vl Town to order the "Miter. near" the wart enil of St. iI I SKIRTS. ,

" Kings: County Br ship, 20 < iu water so husband, after Light Weight SIS<'iHlan. $3.50 to ;7.50
Timberiake of Hotel Es :
In February, 1J07, aifither whale
J siyiiing it, pushed it back and said Rio Janeiro to order Etamine $3.50 to 7.50 "1 11I11. a:
cambia is making elaborate preparations was rautfit; In the TTiajiii niKl In the ,
'no more c.f that staff for m{'.' I concluded Robe Dr ship Millieap, 1C1S Cal i Wash Skirt a.: .75c to $1.00 (rjI -.?
! a I I for the annual bjMxpiet of tho Tiuics trf that month npi-uml nn advertl White'a'. ts, late affects "' ; "
curia to F. O. Howe & Co "
i made and
I it was nut properly Chamber of Commerce, which: will beheld lo >e of ground, some 50e to $3.50 A

; I examined the package carefully find Indus Ital ship, Oneta 1111. Mar : at that popular hostelry on next 4,) fet by 01; root, "on which to exhibit White Waist Suits $1.50 to $4.50DOMESTIC ...'

;. : ing that it must be boiled 35; or 20 seilles to order I Wednesday commencing at a wliale. TIt. j>kM-.. of pmuiul advertised DEPARTMENT. _
! minutes after the real: boiiins bogins. Odtlere, Nor ship Sars, 1::C0, Pur- 9 o'clock. fur was found In tla Mile End Lonsdale Bleached Cotton 12 yda --t?
road, and tin whale exhibited until for '1.00.
ban to F. O. Howe & Co was
\ q' Next morning! husband said 'You R;.
Admiral Higginson and commandersof Maivh 14. In tlxMUM month Forest soft
; Mills finish 14 yoards
don't moan t:) toll me this is the same Savonia, Ital ship. Maggiola. 230S, ufq III
.9 each of the vesels attached to thf namely, on March 21 -expired the for 100. .a
: i coffee! you pave me yesterday, whyIt' Genoa to order North Atlantic squadron, Lieut. R. R. lion of t'ommonwb'l.'h had Ioen %:1Q); Indian Head Domestic, two quail- ?

this is fine.. He drank two cups and Saga. Nor ship, liana, 1221:!:! Montevideo Raymond of the Montgomery and elected in 1ST.ZAnt '1I11 ties 10 and 14c yard.

since that time we have use.l no other to master 10-4 Pepperell Sheeting 22'/2e yard.
i : Capt. Turtle in charge of the harborimprovements Unbleached Sheets. 40c ('arh.Dleaehe.l qa
coffee and both of have made a decided Barks. '
It' us \('qnnlnlpdIth Him. 4
are among the Invite fheels.u45c--e h.- ;
Improvement in health.: Advokat Sdaander, Nor bk. Mad- guests.Secretary. "Do you know Mr. Fresco Mr. Albert Pillow Cases, 10 and 12"4c" each. Jt;

f I had sutfered lor a Iou:; time from sen,-, Algoa Bay to order FrescoV" inquired Mrs. Nuritch. BOY'S PANTS. ......

[ ;' dyscpsnf'r'ous! prostration pjor Aviemore, Nor bk, Hansen, 1043, Thos. Watson will pre "No." said her husband.Vby?" 10 pair, good value . . 23 conta.

usual disorders of Rio Janeiro to order sent a: paper which will show the "I've pot an Invite to lll'!!. mu ore'8 150 pair Coronot best value to :\"'" __

-t appetite and the growth of Pensacola and what has pardon party and she pays they're going be found,. . . . .50 oonta. -') aBOY'S
'! stomach and bowels] not Knowingthat Attivo Ital bk, Salvatore, 619, Messina :
! r'Iii been accomplished by the body during to dine Al Fresco."-PLiladelphia CLOTHING. l.
col1'was the cause of the to order and complete stock from $1.25
ji' the past twelve months. Press.
l trouble.! Not getting any coffee from Carlo P, Ital bk, Boffe, 1C73::, Montevideo to $5.00.
i Inflations to the congressional delegation Mercenary.Suo ... ::
Iii my hostess, except I'ostuai. I only to orderChristiane
include Congressman
So to Chol-
are going
f t found it delicious but my appetite Rus bk, Johans, Algoa you marry
Lamar, which will be the first opportunity ly Fportboy. On what grounds do you FISHER BVILDINC, COR. PALAFOX & INTENDENCIA STS
the flatulence and stomach Bay to Southern States Lumber Co
afforded him to appear beforea base your belief that IMJ really loves
distress left me and I q'l <'kly beganto I Greg ria, Ital bk, Olivari, 847 Ten- ? mM' INm
It l commercial body in the capacity of you
gain in flesh. Now I am enjoyinga : : !,leriff to onlerGers district. Nan-On what grounds? On his! real
Congressman from the Third ..
1 degree of health that I never expected I Br bk Ljungber, Simons estate, of course.-Baltimore lI raid.

After to I loft attain.home my brother who I Town Lady to Penrhyn order Nor bk, Andersen, LAUNDRY LINES.To Grief !Is the agony of an Instant The A CREENHUT & CO. *

1 indulgence of grief is the blunder of a
has been an invalid fur some time.1 1773: Savannah to order prrrvrnt boiled starch from souring
I' broke down entirely, lie was a coffee Madonna ds Pompeii Ital bk add n little sulphate of copper ,

i drinker, and had distress in his Sturle, 791, Havana to Rosasco Bros Do not Iron black stockings, 03 the It Saved His Leg.P. .WHOLESALE GROCERS

j ', stomach always after meals. Finallyhis Thomas, Ital bk, Lauro, 809, Naples heat fades them. Dry them in the A. Danforth of LaGrange. Ga., ,

f stomach refused to retain any to masterJ bhado. Buffered for six months with a frightful

t food at all, then the doctor insistedon H. Marsters, Br bk. Frank. 591. thorn Flatirons with powdered may be: cleaned bath brick by rubbing inoistcDttl running sore on his leg; but I Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government SL, PENSACOLA, FLA.

his leaving off coffee and using!: Belize! to L. N. Railroad Co. with kerosene.A writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve ---- -. -- -- .-

;, 1'ostum. He drank Postum four Padre, Ital bk, Olivari 569: Genoa square of asbestus to nib the ironon wholly cured It In five days. For Do yea want a magnificent watch CREX AMERICAN GRASS CAR

times a day with rich cream and to H. Eaars & Co If kept on the Ironing board, will Ulcers, Wounds Piles It's the best for little money? If BO, call on PETS AND LINOLEUM, FINEST
the He will
Stephens, jeweler. ac-
I some sugar and absolutely no otherfood Earkentines. ,save the ironing sheet salve in the worldCure ganranteed. YOUR
commodate yoa. THINQ ON EARTH FOR
j for several days thon he carefully H. C. Grable. Dan bktn 1SS. Cardiffto To wash lisle thread hose nee tepid Only 25 ct!. Sold by W. A. D'Alem-

added other food in small: quantities H. Baars & Co water rubbing a little soap on the..feel berte, druggist, 121 South Palafox FOR LUMBERCall HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE.

and gradually began to get well. Schooners. only. Dry quickly and press with. a street on BEEKMAN LUMBERCO. RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTON i
i He now eats all kinds of nourishing Mabel Darling Br sch. Sweeting, warm Iron. for eetimatea before placing QUINA.

foods and is again working:: at his i Dunmore Town to master To remove tea stains from white Hot French Waffles with your orders for lumber (116-lm
woolen material the stained
t. trade" Name given by Tostun Ca.I ., Governor Blake Br sch, -, Grand cover part atSolomon'
I 'I with pin then rub while still covered Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's. Hot Rolls, at 5 p. m., 100 Try Gunther's Candies
Battle Creek, Mich. Cayman, to Jno. A. Merrill & Co J
with a Dlece of the same material. doz., at Solomon's. ..


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