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 14, 1903
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

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) other cause but insanity has been as- ision to grant freedom of religion
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; signed. to all his subjects who profess non tillage'f
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1.- ., Early last night John Krauss, a orthodox creeds and! to improve the .
/ A.. life and that of the local nobility and .
I } .' \i (' o" brother, tent to Adolh's house. Th | conditions of village life and thoseof ,
r peasantry. These principles, markedout
rIl1Brm..... : UbE '... -j ill l 5:5YBYl A..H1 r.. l'; lights: were out but the door was un the local nobility and }leasantr)'. I
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C" ." luLl by us: for the revision of the laws
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of the rural! imputation, are. when
He entered the house, and upon the Czar for the attainment of these
in according to directions the bottle formulated, to be referred to the provincial ;{
err ;j >* : on striking a light found that there had ends is reform of the rural laws jf
and the cold is sure to pass away I government councils so that, ;,
*--, been a tragedy. which is to bo effected with the advice -
without leaving bad effects. with the asurance of persons enjoyingthe :
any From all that can be learned, of persons who possess the cond -
r Unless this is done the cold is almost I public's confidence, they may be ;f
Adolph Kraus entered the house-some : ( nce of the people. The system of .rA
S1&l sure to end in the second stage of ca- t further developed! and adapted to the :i{
time yesterday afternoon armed witha ulminiftration in the various governmeuis -
\\l As tarrh, which is making so many lives I II sledge hammer. and districts is to be l'xam'hlt..1 special conditions of individual local .;.:
e miserable. If Peruna was taken st I I it ii's. In these works, the fundamental :;
I Withos' warning be struck his wife by representatives of the l1if'r'nt !-
\ one Las a cold or cough; chronic i- I principles: ot the inviolability of Ij!i
\ the head killing! her instantly; localities concerned with the
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\\SH 'catarrh would be practically an unknown eomunal properly are to be maintained :4
r I then, seizing his first child.: 12 yearsof view of effecting the necessary amend- .
\ disease. while at the same time means are ,
i 3:1'r (4I age he dealt her a fatal blow. The Ti.-nts. ,
i.jrftbMJ. to I.e found to render! it easier for the
Mls Elizabeth!
Vbir, Xo. 57 Eassctt ( other five children woe killed simi Measures are also to be taken in '
street,Albany: X. Y.,wrnes: individual to sever connections with
"I s larly the youngest being a sixmonthsold relieve the peasantry of the burdens
baalwa's dreaJi'd nnsettledweather the community to which he belongs
becaiibcof niyextiunp liability tu bribe. Krauss then placed the of forced labor. hi
if he desires.
catch cold,when seven bodies side by side, on the floor The decree, which was issued in ,:i
quickly develop entire Forced Labor.
through -
my ,
sjstern in sewed the hammer and commemoration of the anniversary ol
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which would t.ko weeks to drive
1 "Without delay measures must bo-
_- away. laIn thankful to fay that since I lealt! himself aLlow on the head. lie the birthday Alexander III, is considered i
taken to release the I peasants from :
.- BRINK! have taken PERUXA:: do not have any MISS.SARA MCGAIIAN.!! fell unconscious: almost in line with to be the most significant acl, (
reason to dread this anymore. If I the present liability of forced labor.
his victims. fif state since the emancipation of th
1ST STAGEOFCATARRH.s. have been at all exposed to the damp, help me and cough remedies nauseated me. "Thorough; reform is to IIP effectedin '. :F'

wet or cold weather, I take a doso or two I Untiling an advertisement of what I'll- 'hen John Krauss discovered the serfs. The public hails it as the proc the pro\ineial government and .;

"' PERUXA, auj It throws out any hint IIUNA could do, I decided to try a bottle t rawly tonight he immediately summoned lamation of a new era opening \\\ .
; .s'V: *;)IC'hi h Thou- of sickness and I felt whoaIt district administrations by the localrepresentatives
from my system -:Misa Elizabeth you can Imagine now glad tie po1it Vber.Mrn. began to relieve mo In a very short tnno. while attention will
bui-: \rc Making dihy mornins.THE of Russian internal administra f
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M. J.P.rlnk,Xu.S'Jft: Michigan avenue, ."-Sibyl.\. Hadley.Miss tion. I I
i arch is what is between the communial au- ,
St.Joseph, Mich.,writes: Text of the Decree.
V tching cold." It Sara ycttahano.D7&1 street, Al thorities and parochial trustees of '
"This past winter during tho wet and cold I
bang,:-;. Y.,writes: HANDOFCORMANI The text of tie decree is as follows .
,: -,,throat or lungs. weather: caught a sudden and severe cold, the orthodox! churl' .{>r possible :;
"A few months 0501 suffered with n I'Vf'renttilk .
., which tlevelujfj a catarrhal condition I : I !
: 'S so severe as of ludurnzawhlri nothing teemed to >.

.1 : i ..sid..raLle fever, through mycl1tiresy.tell1anl1l1Oltfl'c relieve. My bearIng became bad,my ey,,*be- "On a'c'ndingthe throne of our "Calling upon all our subjects to .;1
general htialth that I was complttely broken cuinu irritated and feverish.olhlug seemed incostors by the providence! of Cod,
i < to nut hinder a down, and becaino nervous! and hysterical : co-operate! in strengtbening the mor- ,J
right nod u"lhlns I ate tasted gixxl. I took .ive made a solemnov before the
.' : :isincss. In per- and unfit tOSlIl'l'rvlsc my home. My plijsi- PKUUXA: and within two weeks I was IH> al foundations of family sthoftl and ,1

.- s little or no at- clan prescribed for me.biit somehow his niiil- fectly wclU"-I"nfl )! ahan. .\Imi htr and our conscience to sa- public life, under which alone the tb
IciuedidmenugaL Rending of PEIIUXA sreilly guard the centuries old pillars
t : ;rst stage; cot ea- if you do not derive prompt and satis DEMOCRATS WIN A SIGNAL VIC well being of the poople ami the confidence "
decide to try it. After I had taken but and to dedicate .:i
i'I :> nearly one- three battles I found m'bc1:11 tine health." factory results from the use of' r<,-rur.a jf Russian power of everyone In the stability ( "J

:. ..L chronic catarrh -) rs.:11... Brink. write at once to Dr. Ilartman, giving a TORY-AMENDMENT TO CUBAN I rmr life to the service of our beloved of his rights can develop, we com '

full statement of ease, and lie win: fatherland in indefatigable solicitude
your TREATY REQUIRING ACTION BY mand our ministers and the chief' officials
:- : invite chronic Sibyl A. Ilndl>y,:?!! Main strf'I't,TInntlnr.toa be glad to give you his valuable advice for our subjects. concerned in this matter to submit j.

'. etc discovers ,11:1., writoa; "Last wmar after grttutgwyfeetwet gratis.AiUress. "\Ve choose, in order to asure the .
I lgan to cough whifh THE HOUSE. to us their'I(\\'$ regarding the
ii' cold Le \ Dr. Hartman, President cot I II well being of our people, the way in- '
gra'iunlly'rerwur.e \'lJlIlllf wnhoru execution of our intentions.
nl IVruna J, I The Hartman C-.'.. "' n. dicatul by, he memorable deeds of
= Sanitarium.
_- _-_._ e iiiKl roA"' Ont iin r"n>eni. >- 6 nut .. The extension of selfgovernmentto

,, our predecessors, especially our
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the smaller comaiuniti'-s corresponding ',.

I with a deep gwanhc sank hack in hem years since the democrats of thesenate never-to-be-forgotten tat her. God [ with the township urganl '

BATSON AGAIN her chair, her eves roiled wildly: a few I, WILL TOUR have \been so full of nerve and! pleased to interrupt the deeds of our I zations of the I'nited Slates is regarded .

:i I moments and she became as pale as determination as they have been to father by his early death and thus as a great victory for the t

laid on us the sacred duty of completing
marble. A score of deputy sheriffs district and provincial assemblies,
CONVICTED THE SOUTH day.They : the consolidation of ordr begun -
surrounded her and a physician was II have just won a signalic while the retention of the communal .
by him in conformity with tho
sent for.liatson. I tory in the vote of the senate com system with greater freedom of withdrawal

: sat with his arms around: -- mittce on foreign relations to report exigencies of national life. therefrom meets the wishes of ,;

--\C:: :: t: EXPECTED TO his mother's neck and a couch was PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT COMINGIN favorably the Cuban reciprocity treaty "The troubles agitating our country the peasants and land owners, expressed i

which to our deep regret, have
procured and the woman was laid with the amendment insisted up thrown their local committees "
:::::: :- =. "IVERDICT FOL. I' AUTUM-NO CRITICISMFOR been sown by designs hostileto .
WAS THE partly .tIThe
upon it pending the arrival of a phy on by them that the house shall have on agricultural depression. ,

L: .sED EV A MOST DISTRES- sician. Her lips were bloodless and at STATES WHICH HAVE RE. concurrent proceeding in the mat the state and partly engenderedby Czar's desire tor the cooperation 1"
Rusian life
foreign I
times she gasped fur breath. Batson ter. doctrines / of the educated public closely! !
'. work of ameliorating
SE\E drew his chair over beside the couch STRICTED THE ELECTORATE. The position of the republicans at hinder the general follows the action of Alexander 11 ;" I

and finally his mother revived and the first session of the last congresswas the well-being of our people. at the time of the emancipation '\ .

then became hysterical. She threw utterly opposed to the house having These troubles confuse the public movement.For.
!I... March 13.-The her arms about her son and sob after Washington March 13.-President anything to do with the treaty. mind, remove the people from productive
\ I II liaison, charged sob was sent from her breasl. Then Hoosevelt said today that he intended This transfers the struggle to the labor and often ruin families! Over Hut; Years.MBS. \

she commenced weaping and was carried to visit nearly all of the southern house next December and makes an dear to our heart and young energies r
: seven members Wmtow't BOOTH INS MTBCP has
. the couch states in the early autumn. among high and low, necessary: to
into the ante room on of the senate !
early adjournment
h.'ar Welsh La.,, been used for over ilitj year by milllon.otmothera 1
of the coun
this! evening, the and liaison was taken hack to the A southerner who saw the presi likely, possibly! by the end of next the internal development tor their children while teething,

pariah: jail to await sentence. dent yesterday, and had an excep week. try. Inderanlng the fulfillment of with perfect lucce,.. tootbei the child .
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-i-ivl guilty as tionally long talk with him, said that The Washington Evening Times, these, our will, while remaining ofteni the gnmi.allayi all paincaret wind _';
I violation of colic and Ii the best remedy for Dlarrboea. -
', and Tragedy Averted. discussing the suffrage question in which has criticised Democratic pol strongly opposed to any It will relieve the poor little sufferer Im'i
r tact quietly, and
of national
connection with the race issue, Mr. icies of late this evening says: the normal coure mediately. Mold by Urugglitilnuverr pare
'r. although herr "Just in tho nick of time our little that all will discharge .
I Roosevelt asserted himself as not The force of the democratic minority having confidence of the world. Twenty-ave ceott ,botUe
'! deep thought, boy was saved" writes Mrs. W. their local duties, we are irrevocably Bo tare yon ask for-M n.Wloilow'i 8ootbog -
I inclined to find fault with the peopleof is felt as it never has been
and take other kind.
I. I.UT: and she sat I Watkins, of Pleasant City, Ohio. decided to satisfy the needs Hy rop no
of southern states for prescrib before. It is shown that with a vigorous ---- -

1. r lips and with "Pneumonia had played sad havoc ing qualifications of voters. He declared leader like Senator Gorman for which the state has become ripe See Nudging new style of label.

':..r.' "n also; seemed with him and a terrible cough set I that nothing he had ever said they can acomplish wonders. Coaster .. and have deemed expedient to i{
otherwise there him i and decree the undeviating -
in besides. Doctors treated belied that position or was inconsistent nation has attacked the republican strengthen
New Novels. in him. Hev I of
but he grew worse every day. At of the so- observance of the principles I II
with his treatment ranks at the strength shown, thoughthe ;
TI.S: 10 his mother, length we tried Dr. King's New Diai called race question.The administration leaders profess not tolerance laid down by the fundamental The latest popular copyright novels, I '

':nl'. s reigned in i cowry for Consumption, and our darling views of Senator Money on alarmed. laws of the Russian Empire, a big stock just received at
I r the second time saved. He's now sound and to which, recognizing the orthodox WALKER'S BOOK STORE.. ,_-
was that subject will come next. The purpose I
". 'cti-d and for the well." Everybody ought to know, of his resolution introduced yes Recovered Speech and Hearing. church as the ruling one, to grant .... 113 So. Palafox Street.

'."", :.I !he sentenced to it'8 tho only sure cure for Coughs, day touching the delivery of mail for Messrs. Ely Eros.:-I commenced : all of our subjects of other religionsand Mll-4t

UH only! reserved diseases. Guar foreign persuasions, freedom -
Colds and all Lung to to all
Indianola was to get a using Cream Balm about two
: 'LS. one of which anteed by W. A. D'Alemberte 121 S. speak. Senator Money was ill and ab : your for catarrh. My voice was of creed and worship in accord See Hudgins' new label. I j
I'-nmony t of Mrs and 11.00. years ago are
Palafox street. Price 50c. the with their rights and we
all ance
sent from Washington during somewhat thick and my hearing was
.>:' who declared that Trial bottles free. resolved to continue active Working Overtime.
recent agitation of the Indianola case. dull. My hearing has been fully restored further \
:ii the notice found for the improvement -
carrying out of measures Eight hour laws are Ignored b/
ANNOUNCEMENT.Mr. and my speech has become quite
house was not Ins of the material positionof those little ;
.' ''. John B. Vaughan has been ap Quality is what makes price. IJ clear. I am a teacher in our town.L. workers-Dr.King's .
rhin:;. As she was the orthodox clergy, wMIe enabling New Life Pilla.
.' pointed agent of the News a' Century. Burnett's Vanilla Extract was ao better G. BROWX, In Million are
Deft- share
objectedin would them to take a larger always at work, night and day, cur-
1.:. this It lIe will receive and receipt for dally than other extracts its!! price Granger Ohio.

respect. and adver be the same. Once tried, always The balm does not irritate or cause public life. Ing Indestlon, Biliousness, Constipation ,
iKiint that the su- and weekly used. sneezing. Sold by druggists at 50 "In accordance with impending' Sick Headache and all stomach. 4

"-,,d the finding of tisements and keep the News on handat cts. or mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren measures for the consolidation of the Lifer and Bowel troubles. Easy,

':lit' Batson a new his restaurant at all times. TO CUBE A COLD I I!' ONE PAY street New York.HotRoUs.at6p.. national economy, the efforts of the pleasant, safe sure. Only 2Sc at W.

Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tableti. All state creed institutions, and especially A. lyAlemberte's
drug tore! 121 S.
atSolomon's. it it alls u lOo ,
Gunther's refund the money m,
Try druggists
rid: marble
as a peasants' ranks
tics nobles' ar.d
U on the
E. W. (jrOT 1I signature I alaloz strett .
.. ( cure doz. at Solomon's. .. .;...J
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The Meaning of Recent Popular Demonstrations Ideas gives this recipe for deviled

Over Him. mushrooms; they are to IH> served asa

after the dessert and before
(Philadelphia Public Ledger.) "savory"
SUCCUMB the fruit and coffee:
The popular demonstrations which
Peel aId remove tie stalks from
have marked the recent public appearances -
some but:oft mushrooms scoop out a

and even some of the private portion of the head of each, chop this

18 UNCHANGED ELSEWHERE.- 1i journeys of Grover Cleveland finely with half a dozen more mushrooms -

r I reached a notable climax in the ovation and fry in two ounces of butter I
MUCH ALARM IN COAHOMA Infants and Children.
spontaneously tendered the ex- with a rniutttl shallut, a desert SIIl.I.1Uful -

COUNTY, MISS., BUT ENGINEERS t 1 I President, in the Rrooklyn Academyof of chopped parsley and double that Castoria is a harmless substitute for Cantor Oil, Parr.

Music on Sunday evening. A meet quantity of lean cooked; ham. To these gone. Drop nUll Suotlihijr Sjrnp It is lt'a"'lIIt it

EXPRESS CONFIDENCE. add a Uasli of cayenne, also a little contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcoticsubtance.
ing gathered consider
to means for
salt., i II'PIIt'r! and a dessertsjioonful of It do..trojWorms! and allays iYtrrMmr: *,,

honoring the memory of Henry Ward curry pa
. Natchez Miss March 13.-The Mis- Beechcr turned again and again from with the mixture, place them on in-; Troubles and cures Constipation ft re<,:;iilat t'" th0

its purpose under a realization of the a buttmil tin sprinkle with fine breadcrumbs Stomach and liowcN, K"i"jr healthy and natural sloeii.
il elsslppi' river, which broke over the The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Trieud.:
PetBrand I presence of a living hero. Successive and prated cheese, and bake
h private levees at Ashland. Miss., N for ten minutes. Serve tw.v on a sitiidll
speakers departed from their The Kind You Have
pre- Always
forty miles from this place last night, crouton to each guest New Orleans
meditated addresses to pay him trib-
I has widened the gap in the 'l1m .1Il'U1ocrut. the of
ute, and every mention of his name Signature
embankments and the surrounding EvaporatedCream
evoked outbursts of enthusiasm from
I country is being flooded "by the wa Status of .'lnIond'omt'D..

ters. Fifteen thousand acres of cultivated the great audience. The propor- In rinland the bronde! form of coeducation

tions of the ovation, together with is
practical. Since 1M 13 women
land will be covered with the
| roes farthest tickles the palatt. the nature"and source of the eulogies Lave been eligible as members of
LL flood, and it is feared that farmers i pleasing m appearance flows 4
I smoothly from the can. most appetuing. gave proof of the new and really phe- school l boards but among the working I
; And stock raisers throughout that section -
e most nourishing. : classes) Hjuality with men has Ions
will suffer greatly. brands The above is an cap insurance label on policy all our for nomenal regard in which the former IM-OH 1..talIi"I".1. In the trndeqen wcm- In Use For Over 30 Years.

I The merchants" packet, St. Joseph, its Integrity, purity and skillful President is held today are repre-eittcd) as follows in the TMr "O..Y. n,, rt...YO"" "...v
preparation. Insist upon your Jlr. Cleveland has long been under
.i bas been temporarily withdrawn from grand diidiy One hundred and -
dealer: giving you Pet Brandend ; : forty- ....,
4 the Atctiaflaya river trade to carry on 1 see that our label is on the cloud of misunderstanding: He four luw.I.I>IUtl.'r
I u .T relief work in the water-stricken dis I tile can. Take no substitute. left office )politically a well-nigh: rj: cnrpetiti'is. in piper hunters, 11 '"" <- ? W..1. WRIGHT

i .-I : trict. The vessel has left for Ashland !' HELVETIA MILKCONDENSING friendless man, rejected by the controlling watchmakers. :.M. pid! "mith e.IJS i bakers I ; COmPANY,

y' 111 slaughterers, ; r 3 hotel! and restaurant -
to remove the stock and such CO. fk-mtnt of his own party: anllIw'er. TIff

of coiFSf: giver more than a ku-pers. 7tl"\ ship loaders I'.H': ; MANUFACTURERS AND DEALtR (i1
1 t
property as the farmers have had I Highland, Illinois. printers mill bricklayers. Therearc 1 .
grudging and loll handed sort of COIU.i -
a.f time to save also STiti women in the employ of

1 t The river hero today IU: foil: ,i mend ltion by the othtr. It i U likolyj I I the state in various capacities.A i plrrLUnfBER: LATHS,

f a\>Qt.he line. ruin.I that Mr Cleveland has s. n"<-reU under -
danger A heavy

which' fell)) throughout the night, has around the town is covered with fiomthree the injustice aral ingratitude Night Alarm. I J IlLl.\ ,ate' SA WED CIPEESS SBINGLES..iIilfiIJ f rt,,i

I public opinion, though i'O word o// Worse than an alarm of fire at
I Increased) this morning; and the prospect to:: five feet of waur.Al .
I II bitterness has escaped since his night is the brassy cough of croup, I =- PENHACOI.A. FLA
i is gloomy over the entire valley
it\ outward bound bolts are loaded
I years thru have elapsed since his re-I which sounds like; the children'sknell -
with men and supplies for the ilooded) and it means death unless
't I ANIMPENDING BREAKIN tirement, it has never happrnod to bei i
districts for distribution. The patrol something is done quickly. Foley's !
ARLINGTON LEVEE. iKiats are running:: along their respective ) the interest of any political; group to ,! Honey and Tar never fails to give WOOD.

Donaldsonville, La., March IS.-Intense champion his just clainn to public I instant relief, and quickly cures the
levee beats increasing the quantity I
excitement was caused in this i( regard, neither have events engagedin worst forms of croup. )[rs.r. L. Cor- WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA KGEK TRADE
I of material already on hand at dier, of Jlannington, Ky., writes: I
community by telephone advice of an happy conspiracy to rehabilitate
{ threatened, points, and the engineers any "My three year old girl had a sc'rccase Ij j THIS WINTER THAN EVEK PEFlIELEND

impending break in the Arlington levee aboaid are inspecting the I levees. his famehat has happened of croup; the doctor said she

i ,'! near Baton Itogue. Hands are Advices from Mississippi state that undramaiicaiiy, slowly, spontaneous-. : could not live. I pot a bottle of Foley's I US YOUR ORDERS NCW

t being coralled on all)) the planattions ly. Mr. Cleveland has emerged.! The ,I, Honey and Tar; the first dose
many people in Cahoma county are relief and saved her life."
: i"r: across the! river and hundreds of innate excellence ot his character and | gave quick I Thompson Olsen & Co
alarmed over the situation. The engineers Refuse substitutes. W. A. D'Alem- ,
j them will be sent up on a special the essential merit of his acts have I
, 1 say the levees were never so berte, 121! S. Palafox street ,
J, I 1 train in time to be on the scene of quietly issued hum eclipse Iuwly : Manresa Street, Teler.hone 147.
i! strong and claim there is no danger of -
trouble before daybreak. Should the there has gathered in the public consciousness SEND YOUR ORDERSto = = =- = ==:a
an overflow through a break in the
levee give way all of the new river an appreciation of the fine ;! ESTABLISHED 1862.
system. The sipe and back water U Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or
'f section of this parish will be flooded integrity! of the man, his sturdy honesty ; electrical work. Repair work a
daily growing deeper behind the levies I
I' I and as this region is populated principally I his unspectacular but none the specialty. I McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
and business in the Gouty is )practically .
1 I by poor small farmers much .ess splendid ruurae.'nts have I
{ at a standstill.! Uvular communication i 0 -DIALIK8:, 19- 0

!.. It, suffering will ensue. Arkansas the river is falling and receded, perspectives) have altered i| of cambia Lodge No. 15,

passions have died out, and at last F. and A. :M., 7:30 in.,
$ i p. and General
all danger is believed to le passed.! G I Ship Chandlery 1.i 3 1.
4 HELD DURING THE NIGHT. the country very generally and with Monday, March ISViMtinu
The Red river between Shrp\eport
brethren are cordially -
New Orh'ansIarch 13. The ab-
i iI i
forgetfulness of partisan -
a singular 003 AND blob S. PALAKOX 8XUK1REVERE
and Alexandria! is two feet over the invited.W. I|
1 fence of news this morning indicated prejudices sees in Grove CIev> and, !' D'C I ESSI.F.R. u--u.A.GENOy____
danger line today and much alarm is
that Arlington levee had held during in the phrase of Justice Urewer's HARRY W. GIBB- W. M. !
felt in the low districts. Several fne e\-1! COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBI Je
the nisht. President Leave, of the :Secretary.MOT1CR..
temporaneons (encomium a man': GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUHHEL A
farms have suffered and disa-
a nor I --- -
\ 11 Pontchartrian levee board said today : "whose staunch support of public hon Sum Cardtgi Mils Ml:. Ifatlcil IcstroiSEBts Ck; 11;
," Jii that ai: ;tutu> sacks of material and men wa-ters and of national financial responl'Sibihty : I 1

ban been buried to the scene Arlington I I testy I have been authorized to take OOMP".I' 8t.S, LAOS, .;10.I .
have the of
'C ] : glorified history
'. 1 is an old levee and unsafe. i I subscriptions for WIll JpnninBryau' ? 1 C. MeKensie; Oertln? Collecting Agent for B ir Pile m
I 'this republic. pappr "The Commoner.The : elation.

,1 i ,..i Contracts were let some mouths ago RAINY WEATHER MAKES 1 I I I II price is $1.00 per year in ad : --

I i fur a new !levee behind it, but owing I THE SITUATION SERIOUC. I I II The Stomach is the Man. I j vance. Those desiring: the paper
' can have it sent to them by seeding THE GARDEISEC
to the long spell of rainy weather this I
It I Xew Orll'ans.Iarch 13.: -There has; i A weak stomach weakenes the man, Il.ooto the undersigned

k i Ii second levee; has not been completed.AVork : been a decrease in %tho: rise 'of th" ;, because it cannot transform the food H. )1. ROCHE. ,
o -ornPensacola
, is being prosecute! upon it : Care D.iily New
river here in the past twenty-four he eats into nourishment. Health
I, I
' / with 'reat"i ur ami iu the meantime '! I
. hours.
Today the official reading
gauge FI1Near
and cannot be retsorod to
: strength .,
did Governor Heard, the levee hoard and! : PEARL & DOLIVE. ,
t was 1S.S feet a rise of onetenth.The i any sick man or woman without
I -- --
''II Ir r planters are doing all in their power river is now sl'\''ntl.s of P i, first restoring health and strength to
I East Hill Electric
{!rji" lo maintain the old embankment.! A I foot below the record of lS'J7.: Th' 1 the stomach. A weak stomach can- Call! on them at the cortiPr of Gar _n Railway
I j not digest enough food to feed the den and Alcaniz streets for carjn-

valuable i seriousness of the situation is increased ( tissues and revive the tired and run ter and electrical verb or nhone G60. : Beautiful Lots for f

il' : sugar : however, by the continuance of down limbs and organs of the body.

: I vith tralfic over the )lisisil1l1i"al.. i rainy weather which is softening thelevees I', Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses, purifies ;,i iI MEAT & MAia ..... a uiarvelou-
40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 rd-
icy nruhCOAHOMA! sweetens and strengthens the dietetic value. \VhiIf> refrepliinand
all alone the Louisiana line.:
lr ; I glands and membranes of the stomach pleasant to take it helps asMinilatiou I ing to location and surrOUl
Large forces continue to "sack" tl! of food. Sold byDANNl1E1i
J COUNTY, MISS., I and cures indigestion, dyspepisia -
: I city front and the engineers are slit! \ and all stomach troubles. Har- : :{ER BRO! : I
Good L '
I ; ALARMED AT SITUATION. Exceptionally Neighborhood, w,
: : hopeful I that the local line of embankments :| pis; Pharmacy John Sheppard, Sidney --
!I' Memphis Tl'nn.Ian'h 13.: -The I Kahn. High, Dry Fertile Land,
will stand the strain imposedon ) AN ART STUDIO.
--- --
river rose five-tenths of a foot hereIn

1 I I the past ::t hours, the pause today I them. Fling gangs were dispatch- I I have opened a studio in room 9, The grandest opportunity for inv 76President. :
. marking :'Ml. All indications still i :Salisbury block, whore I will give i offered in Pensacola.
II I reports which reached the ingi
point to a stage of :: S feet at Memphis lessons hi my own system of drawing I _______
veers of weakening spots, but theyv.
liy :Sundaj:: 01 Monday and l'"s nlly a eIp -called "Itl.ick and White"- I Boyne Seekers Should Sec The
.(re in every instance found to be eat \- :
I' few more inches during the next week also in French P.I-to1 painting and
j!, rated. Both banks of the river
: The water is ris-inm alnmt i; inclifs a Newspaper and )la '\ZlIIe Illu>' -
: A.11V..CluCorner
{ ali.\e the city are being guarded to { 3
I day, and laical Observer nnitry: ol( ntistic r 0t09 raph9,2Ol :
i pvet the cutting of levees. I have taught large clap: : in every ,
+ 1 the government weather bureau lit' town in Gfor i.1 rind in of the
I : }: many | Garden and Bra Sti
: t lives tint this rate: will be continued S. Pnlaf'ux !trtt.: female collets of the South! :
I alter I ___ (\If-r yon an expprieiC< fit twPt1t .- I i
I' ,
" lor three or tJiir days inure := = --= -=-
I i I (;rn noJ tin.i five years. In HIP! studio will bp V. 0. HKKNT. WM. H KNOWLEH W. K. HYEK IE

I I : which it will! gradually slacken. !i My grandpa s boat he was once NEW\ SGHEDUlE. found the choicest collection of Voe-Pr..8id, nt. Ca i,If t

, d j. A report fn.ta Carn'hiTsiiHe..>.. A little L.,> nut iiu' crayon work ever howu by.n single
; I b']>otIK \'.U". iul )'tt it Juts artist and an invitation is ixended
j; this norning says that tae work on
t3t t the new liveris prosre .sing night C'oulJ iVir tM my jacket on IFirst Nationalk
for Ju"trurtion are moderate.

I i and day: The immediate co'ititrv Wilh IT .111"11 or and tu toys playK.UIHS and race with I STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, ills A. MILLLR.. i

it I liJke. J. N. HOOEUS, Manager. --- ---- I II

I As I du'ry day I We willlaur.der your -rr", Hd, foiL Ii I
: S TheN IArtcrs Leave: Freeport IJlldayand': : OF PENSACOLA. TLJ
PI'rila.lit.t I I 15 Cents each and make;: them 1M' i
11"a coin' to visit us. jou see.X Thu'-dty: 1III1rnltl -. =,
\ ( -
or t .r.s,' says I mutt be goal like uw. Star Laundry.
. I Inc up the hy'Ici.n ,- Arrive Pm-acola: Monday { and i DXFt.EOrrORIDIII :
An c nP.. Hfttr ThPwrik FIe Lt With such H grandpa shout,!. rhur-d.lY ni.'ht. 1 WM. H. KNOWLE3, W. A, BLOUNT, F. C. BRE. J
t rat eon rut grandpa is straight anj tall Leave l'eulCfl'l: Tut-rday" and II D. G. BRENT
retain ft. itn ill .\nJ wry ii:,tiili<- No. :3"") Houth Palafox street, keer'call
I land Ii
J JI rciiiiif tliH HII- IK knots inc-t all the re is to know !j Arrive at Frp port Wednesday1
JI j prtlPs.itlhr Alii oth. things! beside. | :fS.tturd mnruiu bells, wires; and all kinds clf
diB tt-m and : tY electrical upplie*. Havp him do r ad mgiii A Dr : !

I prevent I,. So). though: my grandpa Knows so much. I your work. Call phone 3i3.ADELl&mULEEYEEAGE. i rl n X ; r ,

Heartburn, I thought! :hut m.)!'" trays %VI UULY: I U1ILLL a. -
l Flatulency IYrr.things h< hadn't i I'tu.IIO';
FO '!rEAM lHvr.IO
I' They 11" such awful ncise.:
; .
.' 1 izziness ZJS"We aI ? in. own Bills of Exchange on ( ", iN
I Hut when I a-Nfnl at dinn r for PI-a91C(1t.A! E41f'r1i1CTFatarln,.
F y Indigestion- .\Mot!u r pure ot pie: rterr.nny Friuca \R3trir, 1':.17. Holland! Spain, '
I it A I MT 4 Y COMJ'V'JY.I /
" I thought 1 tu ink'nIn:
ha-.v a
'rI and I'yspepsia.I5 The corner c-f his c>e. I Trains leave fensitoola for toe Dili way n'h1en.JJ.rt/ : f.nri trer Earopean, coat'Dlabcracd

SITTERS' +mr lo nj | Bayou, Klft ISayoa, Warr! (gtOD,f at- Yar 14rArrt' --
!f V7 Veaaels the Moat Favor
So >',>st play whtn they went out I and Fort > upon r'Iii'Obllg&loDd
I And 1* ft us two atone !I 6:30 a. 01.arrive at tort Harrancai ':15... Taken Payable at For of Te8'iJ1stloD Dm-
,- I0uo at Kort Karral1c..l0fa.) e .
after Vessel Arrires there.IW'Safety
I was i.nt miite -0 moth surrrL'.JTo
| 1.0") p.m.arrive at Fort H..rri.oc l.tJp: oi
*i>=GOLA=Qrr lint II.AV ni.' h.'J pro\\. i .:.\Op.m.arnv..t tort Uarranca t\tf 0elSp.marrlveaiFort
i !, You hho'iM hi\i- s-in us ramp aol run! I! Karraaoai 7:30ts llla il!! I Deposit Boxes for Ret Jtlol1I

; Grist and Corn Meal Mills I That My'I'r Now..-I'.ahrwst'.''''.". s.lone" l lung ago 8:0up i Trains m.!leave arrive Fort I\t fort Harraa HarrancH a. for 9:4 Pen p.V. j.11 } I with which we haTe a Priva par nIILrI

I I .\ Out.I ,,> I-1 I(1'rtruI" Ij : .... i oola at I of Ren terl.I .

t H. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, | -- i.n! n Cannon In Youth's 7l.i a.m. arrive at feanacula __. 8:00 a. B 1. I _
j l'Or.JI"H'.II :. 1 \1110 p m. arrive at Pl'nlaoola.___.1166 pe
Maaataetcreri I I Ii tOO p.m. arrive at Pencatola l:45p.u : DR. KING'S PEOPE
I fensucola ..
5:00 p m arrive at ? 8.t3pn;
UHOICK MtaL.-\SU PUKEOUOUHI II I -- ._-- I ?:CO p. m.lrrlvl'*: Pensaeolt T.4p: --- ,
t I T/5! p. m. arrive st Peasaooa.! __ i.IO&FABE e9latordsyt ae N TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR
STOCK KKKD.Palroniie DR. F. E.i BRUCEHas only wed. D.

Home Industry, tor there livery Ii FOB WEEK DATS. :Gaol 3'n THAT COLD.
i reason you ebonld buy TOUT Meal anti I i OltiecHonnfrom'
i Stock Ft>fd from tbe Home Mannfaetnrertotby.odoingyouencourage returuerl and resumed practic1.: Pectaeola: to Fort Karrancai and retort MIPentacola TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
to NsvyYard and _
home Indni- : I morn KI 'wt R 0. c 11
try. Your money 1.Irfthttbe community Office ?Jlj Wf*tG ivernnpnt I and you in torn ere Indirectly benefited 4CSDAY ICBEOCDI.WaSQ = and alter 7 o'clJON'
la to.terlnj the home manufacturer YOt Salisbury Building. I W4tti4r! parm:ts! the running < Colds Bronchitis Asthma '
eontrlhute to the I ,
oaute of labor You OWIt I open coaches.heave P
to tbeoommanlty In which lire ant 141L '
yon TolojolionoYlx
wbleb ennrrihnt..tnvnnreaDDort.ry I [ enucoli LT Fort Birr a;. r
a a. m. 10 a. m.
I, 111. m. II mI rise, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, | : I I.

MEN AND WOMEN 'p p., m in. Ip.m I p. mI A SAFE KiHIJUNT I Sore Throat, Croup and :

t RI. CeRI.ldttunnauntMll.i Ip.m p.m.
d.a ,
GaI.-M.4 irriutiuot or ulif.MI<..oncf X la Halsao sf Cojuilia.tniJ I 6 p. m 9 p.BP. A GOOD' MEiISlE Office ; Ii' :
d It mticoiM niembraim.P ip.m. CURE. NO PAY. .
I t.l rwa4. .mlr and not Mtria- ( lets Inlet t?na 1npt Price 50c. and S1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE Off ce heat I
Ca trot or IM>D u. For Salp byDannheisser
Td' :ti 48 hosirs the niaooato art Barranoai S
ClaaaM Tl.O sold b7 Druncui* TJardandr 2 =ro
.. \ __.........__ : .
tarn y PraetI
t.1 or nt in plain wrapper sre Slit 10.1 0I Cleaning ladies skirts and wad+tt .. :
Dr etpre+a, pr.pod. I.. Peaiaoola to Palmetto Jieaah 1111 Bros IniAIlbUelflfM --r
H 00.sra l++tte ,t: rs.l'ircahu c.h n of- et t fNCrS r.ll1rll._ _____ U- i ii one of OT specialties. Star Laun (
KU( eu teO t I No freight eln4 after 1:18g. m. ivy, i I prompt and di


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success of The Mutual To Clean Range and Oilcloth. Following is the schedule of the

--=--f ;; I wash top of ny range with soap overnment steamer General French

-' TRANSFERS Life Insurance Company. of and clean water, never with dishwater.o which TUE NEWS prints for the

r:- -i1 New York is due : not try to keep top of range or stove oeneflt of the merchants who ship

( black. Its simply wasting: your time. beir goods to the various army

Various transfers of Escambia county First-To its selection of Paint sides! nt-J ;'IIM whh stovepipeenamel. ; ,303 13:
;-.ve5 Pt'n ''''ola ___ __._ yv,... .
realty were recorded daring the risks : It will last a year can lo* ...''ave } __ ___ 7ro.Ja.m.

t week ending Saturday March U I 4''lVl' lce.s ___ ____ m: a. m.
1903 washed with end
!soap water andj j
It writes no insurance in tmhealihfnl wi sa I-nrranca*_.. ___._ S:l a. m.
all of which are reported for The with thin %vt-, Frnencola _10-15 ..
en'4 'I :regions or on vicious or sub-standard Ii i\es. longed a pine water it will! j i Drives Burrancss 11:10 a. in. and a then m

News by ihos. C. Watson & Co., real 1-e a glistening! lack. I wash my oil- |: cs.e.: a trip to FortMcKee and then re-
Second To the investmentof r.c6 to I' .
estate agents: loth with \vanu water ai.J soip. I I ... Hnrranca._ I-IB p. m.

A. V. Ciubbs to Clara A. Born.-Lots I its funds : used to wash it without soap cs I read -Leaves Fickttns__. ._. _. 13: p. m.
"V"5 Ieeaeol _._ .
I 11 to 3; in block :?IH. New City-$3,5uu. Send for "A Banker's Will," which 110 much about soap spoiling it, but it I (.Vt'C\rn\"t's! I'lckl'ns.. "_' S:15: p.p.S:

Chas. Clarke J., to Lssslie E. 'tells how the greatest accumulation of did not l<>ok as dean as> I thought It rlr. to MeRi'e.rr3nl'6:10.nd rl'turn.: p. m. sad makl

Brooks-1-9 interest in lots 1 and 2.b.k I trust funds in the world is invested. ought to, "bo, I tried washing It with On \\ eJlJe
I soap and drying with a dry doth rub- :ao-it will leave Barrancas .>
T, Maxent Tract.Ju.I Good health and investments :: via:
; L: good bing it till it was dry. After I pet sa for Pensacola: at 6:30 p. m.

: i I M. Ddxls to Lucinda Pleasants- will go a long through I p> over it with a sponge wet I The General French is: for army

4 ; 4 North 5t) tt. or S. l"o ft. of lot 1 and of way in thin glue water, arid it gives it a Jt oses only and any ouuider must! -'
; -- -- -. 'h : i-t.: E. *' lot :2, block 83: East King Tract toward making anyone rich. nice, sLii.y appearance and is easier to I. illVi a pas, ? from the quarttrtuasterU
I C takE: 'asage: 01 hH.
-;;u. This Company rarVi wash Le\t time. I have treated my '

i'ffijjjLj. I John K. Ewing ct al., to J. T. MeNair first-In Assets. : oilcloth! this way for two j ears. I Lave I --
I />rj/-In Amount Piid the half of kitchen covered with it
_= c14i1-L: : ; -40 by 123; ft. S. E. cor. Doncl- my :
F.rst-In A... and it is good yet. I don't think soap '
: ; : son & Romaaa streets-?2:!>jO. TA VhtiINJURANOE ft b
k. Lurts oilcloth It't, is XVKH! with a dry ;
-1- Lee Daniel to Louisa Garrison-N. I TilEItnAL: LIFE INSURANCE I I
I cloth till it is perfectly dry.-Mrs.: L.I

E.i4 of blook 11C West King: Tract COMPANY OF NEW YORK Lute in rrJ..' c1 Tanner.nt 'I!

i $123. RICHARD A. McCiKDV. President.S'assin I I
i -. __ I'ensaco'a! Stables to Kate II. Anderson > \( IS iIi III Ill. AD ,.1
YflfllT : Cedar, William & Liberty "Do you know! Mr. Fresco, 'Mr. Alert j I
-Lot 4 in lot 4, Dunelson Grant ,
_ R're"t*. XEW YORK, N. Y :: Fresco'imuiiied Mrs. Nuritoh."No. REAL ESTATE
: '.
-$ ;; ,
." sai.l her hn..haml.Ylly1" i i"I've No.I South Patafox
lua-Lliii \\m Fisher to J. M. Westmarkl iavag's'
,___- -. I Jacksonville Ka. jot an invite to Mrs. l'lugoresgardeti i i I
J&.iIV : -, 44 and 43; in IS 2 S.
,< sec. ip. R. 1':'fty. and she says thej're pv .
Partial! '
:. &. CO., DISTILLERY DISTRIBUTORS, PENGACOLA: FLA. :'\Usi-$1M). T. C. vnT3'): NiCO., DVrictYanagei. lag to dine Al Fr .sl' ."-I'hilal1epLla! for List Rert of in Desirable Yaii.uu: rwehhlngj Pans r

----.. -- .- .- i ;',. U. I'itt to Bebsia \1oreand-Lots \I Pell":1e: Fla. 1'1 ess. i of the City : i

17 aii: 16, 1J1oclEa; t King Tract -Vfl.,,,, aa)), W.fc2gtorr uous.fortainlri? room*,
3ert'etry.Sueso I ..
of Pneumonia.: .l
: i|I Kuii ;,.riflv K1Jii-. -.f:IItJ.I You' ,' }!"7.'lr:1'1l' of n3Ucal; 8t(>(''.;: : mudfru, louvrnivncva. bath on
.' you al'J.oln;; to marry Choi- npn "ii | low-r Bonn. crrr.-r lot.
,: ; time If neglected is I l i .:-'] vi j t'lil'lU I; :.c.u 1'1:1'<1 | V.'m Fisher ID J. J. Hooton-10 by jud"i.:: ".,-.t; sui.: ..'rs played Iy Siortlioy. On what grounds do you I nice hou.t'yard,, and thrabhey, tt 11>1..ont

paeunioria which Is. fra lit y. nd svia: sii-p over.i! : uiv. :'..-= a iLucateiLIK ; s. riois Laze belief that I Hr..t.flii.f .te", :'o. .Ii Ea.t Laliua .
> loves
U really
iCe tt. ot lots :342 and ;Stt-$101) your
i j. and even when the km : t-iit <.!: the oui.'r jiur".ui of .lC!! < :, \\iiU \tii'ioi.s an adiIion ? S-fctory bonrtl-ng bousp.. c"DIRlnloi .
'' Lee uaniel, et al., to L. S. Hoexvest you .0 1 rooms,
!' .overed the lungs are ; ljb'\ ri-ji'ctln all f.:t 1:1.11 tubes r..l: for r.tII' that LIr..c; : :.' l.-u far (las..11 Nan-On ..rounJO'i !Lis real Lec'n hue km.wn:' us tho Poiipe d"
{ 0. J1" ,
73; ft. of Lots C and 1, bUt!: 3), Belmont Intendt'n1 -
the :lUh .itioi.s. 1'ut the : threee.irs .
'( tiv
purj :tfIk'ar'i i I n ;;3 tH's c-r.rly ; of li.unmonllenild..
them .
'Kias: peculiarly I Ito I' estate course.- ; 5- I.I K>-.-\
I tvo ubLt.-'!.tills: of Luttcr Into n Tract-:7i.:! ;;)f i'?<) his love fur tl.- luiri;\ .chord aL-J 7 rUOll d"sir"hitlstfI1' harlem dWi'lInir! '
the development of : - S nio't Ul hlrablt'b\'ctlon ol the
'I MUri'iun, \uu Lot add the licrM I Emma I. Quinn et al. by Comaiisfaioner violin could cot U ri!;'l''lJl1t.. at More Riots. I city on a I'Clrn.'r on the Hrl'l't car 'i,

.. Foley's Honey and Tar I I 1.f ki lnt-.v s'.i:.'.vc ai.d o.>"!k fast fur to J. O. Jenningb-West half Sve he hal (l".I1.H a esiTic"t'tJ.l1J a Disturbances cf strikers are not I .OO-Largl'hoe. o.:t.story Ii:::!Sortb d\\'l'lIlng l'arCl'lona lU Mr\'et. !

the the cough and heal and : ton I.UIIU': *. .\.M fur UbUf-iH.n.fulsof of lot SSI: Old City-$700. story toe:; that Le was found oi.e thy nearly as grave as an individual disorder frontln Ho\'rrnm..nt!o\vUlel"quart:. :'0.310 rooms.Eas' !I!
lungs prevent iK-h loif :?took or gravy. two tablepionfals arguh.g with his fatter that his composition st44-et. 1
t. \V. A. D'Alemberte 121 t Jas. C. Watson to C. Carlbon-Lot of the system. Overwork loss iyi.Ot"-Conifortal: new 2-story modern .
( of lomon JU1('(', u taLliNiHMiu- vas a veritable toncerto, be- owming.u rooms,very desirable
x Street.CASTORIA. 13: blk 125, New City-?100. of sleep, nervous tension will be followed Iron ortte sec' v
city situated North ,.
wusbn/cn-s antl on ffctreets
ful cf Eiu'ly iLoi'i-t-d c.iusi' pif ple "must practice It until
utter unless layl..n
by collapse a reliable between Strong and DeSoto "?
salt aiul imipor to tn>t". (.Vxir awl John ilixon to Prince McQueenTwo tLey couM play it i'rfec-tly." remedy is inimdiately employ !t

'Hik slowly for ton minute. Mix ti acres in swU of sec. 10, tp. 1 N. fat besides his IKDMTS as an ('x<'cu- ed. There's nothing so efficient: to I J5.Xi-2-itorv" rooms dwelling' three doors in coed from order tbe with belS U the yolUs: of two raw eggs cad R. :SI West-$10. tant when a l>oy of eight! and the fact cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys I. line ba. gas and water throughout, "I

two-thirds of a 'up (,if milk; add to the C. Thit-sentoJuliaA. Moreno, tc al- ho had: ctmiMisul several piano as Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful $a.00-l-s) o..crydwellingTrooms-()- urlh Barcelonafctrett.

For Intanta and Children. contents <'f the saucepan aiM ftir until All interest in N. :;2-'<. ft. lot 17&! Old forte sonatas there was evidence that tonic and effective nervine i'I, bath Ja. wilt Inrze corner, city lot.water So., J
: thicken. Then! take I and the greatest all around medicinefor 41)2 West Wright street. "tI
the Fiiuce logins to he was no ordinary child in the respect
lie Kind You Have CitY1. down It I Jla.7iK-l-story a niing.Brooms, rewly ra"A
Always Bought run systems. dispels
uj 011 a lit itttd i.-i serve at once. \\ h'.ch his words eomin.uiJed from his and P"lUtood throughout on f'i
Leslie E. Brooks to Clyde E. Wilson Rheumatism and belt
elders, LTjslcnl anti otherwise. All i linE. No-:!" Kast ttrpijory utreet. J.: I
th. -1-9 interest in lots 1 and 2!, blk 7, Neuralgia and expels Malaria: germs. $15.00Istory dw..IHnllCUY\\lIt..r..od hRlb.
To C"trr} Off Otlorn. looked up to him, as it WI'rt" many Only Sue and satisfaction -I 7 rooms. half lock lOr Iround it ills 4
AtYLI"k guaranteed
: Maxtent Tract$M I1. bt-aoti'ul shade trees, >o. Jus tastfl
Our illiMr.itinii sl.o\\s nn iinentionwl reverenced FromI''I'n won-hipcd! hlni- by W. A. D'Alemberte druggist Cervantes street.

:Mi will I.i? upiircKriatt'iI not only by \\'esleyathias to Win. lie was tLoii-'btful and full: of intellipeiue 121 S. Palafox ?: *- d\\'eWnll. No 415 Eat Grceo-

tho Conk in the kltclit-n but by everyone of S. E. '4 !;ec.I and N. E. H of far lioyond his }'I'urs.s a : ktrea.5 na'n'n.' rooms newly papered and
who !Las! thu.l'tl to be In a bolide X. I:. '.4 sec. li; tp. 1, S. R. :SI west- l Iloy," wrote Lis futLer to lam. in after, street.'l $-No.oUKan( : ; Belmont street. Ii-r<'Ort1 ,t'COUalt
:dqin's, Ific Qest Jr c. win'r.-- OI.IHIH: (cabbncc or other ill J.2-J. yea' "yon were! too serious" to 10chittuisli. : in pcrfert! city order.wat r, newly painted, I

fiiH'lHnsi"!!!: .t'til1LS T.'cre liii propir.l l"t children's gaines nTHlnrnu"'nH'nts IIe.a-.ojttli North Alranlistrhet. a new
David Perry to J. D. Waters-Lot
for a i osil. for no matter bo'.vraiu had no dellglitinfa"t SOU5"ln f'-odord l'r with 5 rooms.
Hat Rolls at 5 l>. m.. 10 y: in blk 13. West King tr., BelmontXunibi you If You HaveRheumatism WWAo. etn Fat: belmont street city 1
!he enjoy the ttoktM fIt,1 there ; I they were distasteful to you. o nter. nneat 5 room cottage newly

a ;io? ftt Solomon's.J. 110 t1"I','ll1?: tUat tlw od"\\Llle in Uitixit ring-$13S.; grave iiidHl was bis demeanor that to m.HO-.No.muha'.t llftlnt'ldrnd renovated throughout.
!"UIa8IO : Luliua itreet a neatly '
is o5"iiisi\o: and ilKmnvabl: to It. 1'. Reese to Ellen Curry-Lois 1 quote his fathers words "many people pau", re
tie! no- ami 2. \blk :o3.: New l'ity-$1. feared you not grow A large list of Mueller
dwellings, a1) well
N. ANDREWS, F. Uingham to Morris QuigleyLot u;>." Sni-h a child might well use the as a number of stores and olHces i OIL KENT.

I :24! blk IOC, East King Tract-$43:: text "Next after Clod; comes papa" ns __TrMl' : r1W' "- I THOS. C. WATSON & CO.,
:& ;. ".Barters forSE' u1* his guiding: pririfii'le! in all that he did Leading Heal
Kstate. Rental
j W. J. Brantley to Charles G. Mayer the tested and and Insurance
", hU.' under tile parental roof.-Blackwood's greet Aeents. H"BII l-aUToi Street
\ l\G MACHINES.ttAlBMKlil -14 acres of X. E. U sec. o, tp. 5. URIGSOL endorsed tnlilorma
Magazine. K;medy will cure ,
X. U. SO West-$250.!; you. It tls-o cures Lirer Kidney and \
Bladder diseasis, CBUHH] by an excess til '
RENTAL AGENT Lee Daniel to It. A. Glmin-Lots: Ii uric acid. It never lulls and builds up { >

to 11, blk! 147, West King: Tract IAtrJfA Colored Soap Bablilon.Tlds the health end strerth while using it.Scud ,
I.; Si ir'i'ox: Mreet. is the wny to make soap bubbles stamp for book of wonderful cerI r. t
$41.CC.: tificntes. Price. $1 per bottle. For sale ( I ,
asg as the bIggest pumpkin you by drnpRisM. If your druii7tst ran not
Y1I': !1 : Samuel Harris to Prince :\McQueenl ever saw and w> "\l-h"; that they will supply you It will be 6:'nt prepaid upon I
I ( :
uthJ1i! r1lJUFnouy l- acres of S. E. '4 sec. 10, tp. I, X. roll about over the carpet for ever FO receipt of price. Addrtsa 0 :I NiCK'Sj

II. :31 west-$12. many minutes before they think of Urlcsol! C'lamica' CO., Los Angclcs1cal.! J ;

Richard Clarke to Jas. C. Watson- breaking. Into n pint of warm water or the S

:rrHGH1'3 -OFPYTHSAS.P Lot 11 in blk 94, West King: Tract Jl. I shuve a pteoe of brown laundry soap t N Brnnswi & Co's New r1au L. !
atxnit an Inch square containing,: pood ,
*','a di L .J. N'). 3, K. of !"., James C. Watson to Janie Clarke- l
.. proportion of lye. When this Ls tlior- lbutlng. r.1 A ff1\ A \,
... tr. ..tiev.-y Mon3.y evens Same property$1. ,I R T
ou hly dissolved add a tablespoonful
': at". -i I at Castle ..II. B ti 1.
's UnQ !' ;
I. '.1H Hlonni " ,\ .
.r:!\ ,O{"'.,'1'1'.11!- third !I.>or. 5 ft. of W. luO ft. of lot 24.; bk! 29, tea-iHxmful of glycerin is necessary,
:b-ethrea cordially
J.j', o jjied Old City-?1. I and lastly: n quart of cold water. If the l
JA.LHE. h AhrensLot bubble nmkf-rs are rot very little i.x>- I.
Ahrens -
N;;. d. ti.j-tm.EB: ..:'.C. TOE STOVE HOOD. Robert to Chas.V. 8. plc and know how to keep the water '
14, blk: -11. East King Tract-$2oo.
zoo, Minn. has undertaken to catch the DAILY MENUS F\l
out of their mouths, wonderfully! coiortl -
bad odors and p is!> them up the chliauey Fred ederickson to Laura Boni- I
bulilil"S c-in IK made by separating -
11 ,."i 'II ; "iZ Ne". la instead of allowlux; them to pertaoate fay-4u by 179 ft. of Lot 3, blk 1, Don this mxtul'Ihto cups and adding a HARDBRICK Comprise all the Up-to- t

,"\ .\-nlng Ht "::>', at all pans of the hou-" \ His invention elson Tract-$ 150.; fiindi of dllT.Tei.t diamond dyes to Date Dishes the Markets 1
I' il ifru unit (iardcui '
uskts of metallic IKMH
\h ,.' .tordIallvjnLted.I a susp J. K. Ewing tt al to Mrs. Mary Mc- each. lint for little lot.l1l'll.! strawlM-rrj' of the World 'J.
'n j \I.'aanJo'i' .
Laughlin-Lut; :21, block 13, Maxent or currait juire for pink bubbles awl] Aflopd.
C.: C. entrance ilircctly into tho pipe which .
.\ Tract-$100. / orai'tv juice for yellow are perhaps
leadvto the ('blrnIBadl cooking I
with McMillan Mill Co. to J... A. Brewton : saf-T The lye in tbe soap plus the I .J
is having
cwcr a
pot i-roxMed a '
increases the brilliancy\ of the
; 'Irn
1.1" ', -i, i l.:.-. \',, -j), K. or i' tube extending from one side, through -2i) acres of tec 2, tp 3, N K. 3i west ;bul.bk'-s; { un.l the gum gives: them elasticity. jLadies'wPrivate

1) -I I Si !*', KulgiTtt of which the vaiiors are! passed directlyinto -$ 't
is to dur-
11 : Hot water necessary
'i x Thurxlav eventin -
.po ;'ir ( a-tie hail,f.n I' the hood. Should the boiling up -ohe tho varlyiis increilleLts: but unless Dining Parlor.
'.\:..itsmi boildlng.'outb- of the contents of the! pot elevate the ;
t.rIItN licirgage. coil water is nd'led they expand
'"->.IN'n HiiJ clJrrlhllv"'I'Ol1l
H. .\'LL"I'IS.L.C also drawn into the hood by means of sort of hliuslfal way to his "ife'sdomina pnve. A curious pipe that will blow ALTO'\ ON HAND >j
croft conduits around the '
t' ,:I. ". arranged tion of himself and his! affairs. several bubbles! at one time can be obtained Regular Dinner Daily.Short l '
Interior f tll hood, the suction of air
) The "family" run the household aa it from any kindergarten supply
Into the conduits being stimulated by -
.HALF. .
without much reference to house.
plea&l: ,
the to the .. .. 1
Bteaui rising chimney
i. o. Orders
o. r.I' General Grant's predilections. Onceat Promptly .
through the tubes 'in the covers of the A BAD COMPLEXION. .
the railway station' in Galena liecalled -TO- I'llled. ht or Day.

ijHffrp x<>, 4 pGis.I the attention! of a friend to n Pimples blackheads and muddy \'
1 I I' utar at 7Sii at I truckload of trunks ready for shipment which 't'i
evening ribbons complexion are common ,
ri' fndttl and
I Wl I street. To !>torc color! to ;; ONE .i!
Intendencla east. "IX you see that pile?" ho asked. and at certain MILLION If It's Hometblna: 0000 to Eat
': I i' i. oiirdiallr Invilitti..J,1AaSO the like nothing is better than to wash among boys girls a J
N. a. "That is the Grunt bacrgape. Do I yoo wish, you'll Had It at
>i you I
I lather to indicate liver. A ,
t S t o. '. the materials in pood soap age a torpid courseof
I-'rdllry. see that little black valise", away up on
which. has been added a little pearlash. HEPATICURA will cleanse the Nick Apostle's
ton? That's mini j
system regulate the bowels and liver

K. OF L. PHYSICAL PERFECTIONis What's In a Name? and prod'ice a clear healthy complex Get Our Prices Before Popular Restaurant

ion. Sold by all druggists.
1":11 Imposible if the liver Is out of or Everything is in the name when it K
\"PIII\ly l"io.
'.' ': ". der. A perfect liver Is possible if comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. Purchasing.CapacIty .
aylneacbrnontb. DeWitt & Co., of Chicago discovered
\. \. W.l', 11.THARP. you keep using the right kind of a some years ago how to make a salve You want a good piano tuner to .j
i.v', --
in Penacola still hold
liver tonic. HEPATICURA Is the stay you l
1' ,'rl'tary. from Witch Hazel that is a specificfor ---- .
right kind of a liver tonic. It will Piles. For blind, bleeding itching back your order. tend it in. I have

The Beer liven up your liver to your entire satjisfaction. and protruding Piles eczema had 20 years' experience and have 50,000 Daily. .
cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases worked In several piino factories.
It will provide excellent
I DeWitfa Salve has no equal. I Orders left at Johnson's book store it

That Made digestion excellent circulation and This has given rise to numerous will be attended to.ClIAS.. e

4tJlitl perfect health. worthless counterfeits. Ask for De- W.-PKESSLEY. '

Mr. J. C., who does not wish his Witt's-the genuine. Hargis! Pharmacy Mc1i11an Brick Go. : 'I't

John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. ,
) name published, says: I cannot refrain !
from extending to you, voluntarily I Pine Barren, Fla. ; (7 I

my sincerest recommendationof Hot French Waffles with ELECTRICAL WORK ,.i. s I !

-1- the medicine you prepare and sell Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's. .
i iI
under the name of HEPATICURA
VICTORIAlIE Ring up Pearl &; Dolive, phone 660 SALE.
for reason of Its superior qualitiesas -- if vou have any carpenter or electrical -

:': \ 15Y ACME BREWING CO. a toner of the general system. In State Escambia of Forida.County In Circuit Chancery.Court work you want well done. District of Florida.By .

la.r: '-'EST: BOTtLE BECK Since using HEPATICURA, althoughI Samuel C. Hoker.xs. virtue of an Order of Sale Issued -

IN: TOWN. have always been agreat sufferer NOTICE v out of the United States District Court \

from constipation and colds, I have Samuel Hooker. I) hereby given that tbe undersigned nil for the Northern District of Flda,

AXNHEISSER BROS been entirely relieved from both of On Monday the 4th day of :May A. on tbelt day of March. A. I). l\* 1. at Pen on the ninth day of :March l Ono\ C. R. TAYLOR,
sAcola. at 10 o'clock a. m..or as soon there.
D. 1903 the defendant Samuel C. tice is hereby given that I will sell
A(tSN-* FOR THE CELEBRATEp these ailments and I venture to say Hooker is required to appear to the after L.the.1. Beeves same can, Judge be beard of apply the CIrcuit to the by public auction for cash on Tuesday Artistic Shoemaker

JV. in regard to the former It has no bill filed against him herein. Court of Eicambiacounty. Florida for authority the twenty-fourth day of March,. ,
Earner Usy.Lj' to cell the Interests of Petterto at 12 o'clock:: ., at Apalachicola -
equal. I have used only two bottlesof This order to be published once :M arionl and Genevieve Marioal minors. 10 : FIXE WORK A SPECIALlY:
HEPATICURA so far yet I find each week for eight consecutive the following described real estate, to-'ll it; Fla., the American steam screw 't
-- News lieginnlDK at the southeast corner of a lot "Alpha", her engines boilers machinery .. Phoce No.23.
my normal weight of 140 pounds has weeks in the Daily a newspaper 9 South Palafox St.
:.. ,, in said Escambia County.A. now owned and occupied by J. M. Moldon; boats tackle apparel. appur )
H 40 published
been increased nearly pounds.I east on line with the
thence running a ,1----
S. Palafox street. __ _. _____
5:.r shall take pleasure In recommendIng :\MCMILLAN south fenc of tbe said Moldon 75 feet: tenances and furniture, as she now
txcl ane-0rr. Union Depot. desirous Clerk of Circuit Court. thenoe north at right angles>u feet; thence lies at the wharf. o A. a TOn.r.a..
P. 0 HEPATICURA to any one west at right angles 75 feet: thence south kari this M Kid Yea Hate >;*ayi Boiji .
Box D. C. T. F. McGOURIX.
By .
2M. Pen5acolaf Fla.PLnes of finding the very best constitu- 20 feet to point of hgInnlng.NELLIE
tion builder to be had. Sold by all Pensacola Fla., March 14, 1903. WABD )[ARZOS: [. United States Marshal., rL +-1fl- :
116 2e8, Feb 21-oawiw (Unardlaa.
druggists. M14, oaw Sw. urn lOt. tl .

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one knows this better than the professional THE QUO WARRANTO' PROCEEDINGS Oldest and Largest
and industrial class of Your grandmother's doctor ordered Agency in

southern negroes. (DeFuniak Breeze.) West Florida.ESTAIH.ISIIIn .

The most alarming feature con Attorney Gillis went to Pensacola Ayer's Sarsaparilla for your father. It's 181)<; .

is the clash of white Sunday eight to appear before Judge
Entered at the Post Office at Pen fronting us our
Reeves in behaf of the town officers the old Sarsaparilla today.
ttcola, Fla., second class matter. friends, between North and South,
over our condition, and among the against whom the boxers have the nowles
OFFICE -Pitts Building, 211% Bros.INSURANCE
: results of these unhappy clashes! the quo warranto proceedings pending,
Palafox street .
South up-stairs.
negro is lost sight of, and leaves him the matter coming up on Monday on ]I: .---- -
in a worse condition than before. If various motions on pleadings among the mountains and other unavailable COOPER FOUND GUILTYOF

THE NEWS PUBUSHINC CO. blood could be set aside just long which were motions for a change of I land preserved. But they favor removing BOWMAN'S MURDER

Terms: Invariably in Advance. enough to meet half way, in a south- venue on the ground of prejudice of I the forests from good landso

I One Year by mall.$5 00 ern conference, negro patriotism and the court, in support of which some that the states may grow, and be-

SiX Months .. . .. . 2 50 gentleness-such a conference wouldgo decidedly warm affidavits were filed, come rich and prosperous. Wyomingis Judge Wall Sentenced the MurdererTo AND

One week. .by. .carrier. .. .,. .payable. . ..Monday 10 a long way in gradually solvingthe that of .sir. "IcSween reciting in effect one of the states that is outspoken be Hanged.

negro problem. that Judge Reeves as. an attorney against Mr. Roosevelt. It seems to Arcadia Fla., March 12.The jury REAL ESTATE
Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap- The sentiments here expressed do had counseled and advised in the think he wants to make that statea ,
_ plication.TELEPHONE trying the case of the state againstI.
great credit to the editor of the Sentinel matter of incorporating the town great game preserve.
NO 118. and it is believed that substantially that Reeves had stated to McSween There will be many oucroppings of E. Cooper, charged with the mur- Jon South Palaio\jMrm>

the same views are held by a that he had rather be hung than have dissatisfacion with President Roosevelt der of Marshal Bowman of Punta

majority of the educated and Intelli- the faction represented by McSween before the meeting of the Republican Gorda, this morning brought in a verdict Phone 22.= 23 PEXSAI-OU;>.4,

( .BEl) gent colored men in the South. Theyare elected to the town offices, and that National Convention, but when, of murder in the first degree
I -
I '
not demanding appointments to Reeves was personally prejudiced !the time comes for making the tickets I without any recommendation to the

office, but they -ask" fair treatmentand against him. The others were of the it is probable that he will be put at I mercy of the court. GENERAL AC ixix

PBHAOOLA, MABOH 14, 1903 consideration in the mater of same tenor.It the head of it. Cooper's attorney, M. Williams

---T civil rights and equal rights before is a matter of intereset to note made a motion for a new trial, claim: 'The Equitable

The people of DeFuniak continuein the law. The most important thingto that Hon. W. A. Blount has declinedto )lr. G. Xeri has thoroughly painted i iI ing that the indictment was defective

a "torn up condition over their all men black and white is the opportunity have anything further to do with and refitted his ice cream parlors at and alco alleging as a groundthe

city incorporation matters. What's to make an honest living the case, and those who are doing i;I i25 South Palafox street and will on refusal of Judge Wall to give the Life Assurance SocietyOf

the mater with arbitration? and the black man's chance in this their best in every way possible' to :: Sunday next throw his doors open to instructions requested by the defenseon

respect is far better south than injure the town in which they live, i::the lovers of the famed neapolitan the question of an aliba. I the United States
It is a pretty tough proposition to north. are now putitng to the '! Judge Wall denied the motion and
up secure services -
screams that he has served for years. I 11ENKY B. HYDK, roumlor
___ claim that all the educated and worthy of Judge Liddon in their fisht.; !:This announcement will doubtless be the case will be taken to the supreme

i negroes "fit" for apointment to Mobile Register; Secretary Shaw, Not only this, but some of those here I read with pleasure uy Mr. Neri'sl I court. At 2 o'clock Judge Wall sentenced -, 'Strongest In the World.'

i office: are in the South, but Mr. Roosevelt head of the treasury department, is at home on whom they have been relying friends and patrons. Cooper to be hanged. -- -- -- _

seems to look at it in that \\ay. shortly to visit several of the gull Il for support have become I Court came: to a sudden end at the II Ii I I

cities. The interest our naval officers -I gusted at their methods and q'lit.di'j I NOW IS THE TIME TO FURNISH close of the trial of Cooper when it I i OUR WARRNGTON_ AGE:<'t'tI :

The newspapers have made many have shown recently in the workof was found that all the indictments!
I On the case -comins to a hearingon YOUR DINING ROOM, AND MAR- : The NEWS is on sale b> "M tr
i remarks about Mr. Cleeland's fishIng improving this port, and the great the petition of a change of venue STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU drawn at the term, including that Keefe at Warrington, who is : red

a; trip to Florida. It is true Mr. need; ot such improvement suggest Judge Reeves denied the petition but against; Cooper, were invalid. Tho to receive and receipt foi j' .
I Cleveland does go on a fishing trip that we try to gain the attention of I allowed the case to go over until the'I count commissioners made a mistakein scriptions. Residents of the
occasionally, but just look at Silver the secrE'tary.'e want all the CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS.ff'udgiu's drawing the gram) jury. Judge
I appointment of another judge! for this I tion may now be supplied tvit! ,
;j Billy; be is fi:Ling all the time-for friends we can get for this project of I circuit, which Amounts to the same i Wall will hold a special term March Saf the paper several hours iftt

euckers. deepening the outer bar, and the secretary thing j flic Z&cstor c. I 2J. issue: leaves the press.
is a friend worth having. I* I
There is some thing wrong about -- -
_ would be well therefore, to induce THE OPPOSITION! TO ROOSEVELT MATTRESSES OF ALL GRAS
the democracy of a democrat who i
him to pay Mobile a visit and get Savannah News. r I FROM $1.50 TO $12.50. SlXT
I ( )
acts on the advice of republican 2 z l
him to take aie\\ of oar harbor I II DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAV
I The opposition to the nomination:: :
Corn-1 livery one who has seen what we have | of Mr. Roosevelt for president is notsufficiently I Ij g HARBINGERS I NATED FELT MATTRESSES. TR

here and with how little effort the I ONE. MARSTON & QUINA.
just trying to get a few pointers on great to alarm him, but it
improvement can be effected has' ( ,
9 how to win an election some:: time. ; is doubtless causing him some uneas- ), )' \
1 come Mobile an enthusiastic the advocate chief habor of '| iness. Senator Spooner, it seems' is ", OF (,( (' 1 OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S

In the Commoner Is the statement as prospective I ambitious for the nomination and I / \ : :
t i i Fine oysters today. Try them
enroll the
on the g'llfLet us secretary
: 1 that "what this country needs is a I Senator Fairbanks is under the impression \ ) ,S NIC AI-OSTLE
in the list of Mobiles friends.
democratic congress that no million I that there is a chance for i H>
J It is a good thing to have friends at I II > J .SPRING. i 1
aire trust magnates! will waste time timsef.1he! report has got abroad j jI .. .. i! CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR
court and though Pensaeola has very H _ : )
it sending telegrams io." That's the I I that Senator Spinner is the real! au THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BEDROOM

't'' truthbut; isn't their danger that the improvements, still a visit from the Thor' of the resolutions passed by the : \ COME INTO THIS STORE NOW IF YOU WANT A BREATH OF ; I: AT MARSTON & QUINA'S.
little to ask for in the of harborsecretary
ji measly millionaire magnates:; would way I Wisconsin legislature: asking the Governors I I )
would be in small' I 4 $ SPRINCTIME !
no $ $
buy the whole congress? of the states to call a national : i ; ; WHY NOT THE BEST ?
.g' f mesaure desirable that he might
'i convention at Atlanta on July \ to 1 I EASTER l5 coming n'tl'r that unshine unit balmy weather. Here you ii

: The Daily News mentioned the fact "view our harbor" and see "what we I'discuss the race question. That would i ... can tit'' a hat Is proper to wear ('(lrrl'ct styles only reiKn i i
: here,counted IrreproachaWe <|U\litieS. IrreMMahle pnceg-from nirdium ; ,
ii p Thursday that Secretary Shaw had! have here. By such personal inspection : indicate\ that he )believes! he could \ liiKli-ana' you know wnca WHA-.U ten c>>ni 'YIERC>>A TS
t he would become fully aware of ( S It E worth that much riiere's no elenif rfchauce when you buy pyre ,
1- been invited to visit Xew Orleans and get the negro delegates: : from the --------- - ---- -- i itipivi'tladyack
that Pensacola should try the importance of 1'ensaoola':! harborto South if he should : the nattershrewdly. "
suggested and have( him come here about the the government; and now the government :i It is not entirely clear on (' CORSETS. n'tenti'Mi. to /:diSILKS;: I AND DRESS COODS. ;; ; TRANSFER GO.I
wit pay ol lie nrA "f.lf same time. It is noted that Mobile can to its !great advantage, what Senator Fairbanks bases his MI..W window,, r0. to S3.50 pair.. Our ih-plHT of sprint! ; dres gonet: j
and make a much more extended use of it the! ; ---- -- -- -- nnd !> 'Ihrr"ssmu-urrful ns and I-it I having been awarded! the
vT has already .taken the matter up hopes. lMubtles he understands ti"Mi. "t11th5 tif'W cos.ti
forwarded\ invitation to the Secretary as coaling station and naval ln<(>. As I situation in the west pretty well.: and i ;: !I1'C"IERY \\'" have the fine-t i' liirm! 114 will Hiii.-il and nearly only the every newetn.dnoUbytUGf day.llrevou ,. ), for carrying: the t'. :S.: Mail b "w
tc PHI kIf HnIPrIn :
( the I., & N. Depot and Post if"
to call and see them on the the guardian of the government'streasury knows that there is dissatisfaction 1'1. : I. 'V,. !> \\ "' itHIM! "' \i't >ou to weaving and color- ,, ;, .
I know _. I Inns and aUo the f xclu i"f bi; !:?i '
t way. he would be at once interested ;:parts of that section of the cw.niryi : ftrlll Tafetas -* ... .. 50c yard up t lge on all trains entering ti

lrr in the discovery that all great with some of the things which President I\ 25cto SI pair. Voile 5')c yard up yc ;. we are prepared to tran-ft-r hand .. .

is The Atlanta merchants have hit ships of the navy could) materially reduce '! I\ooI\'l'lt' has done ] c I Ettminea- 60c yard up /! : paa'tiiR-ls; to Iud fr-m ai>
tt upon a novel idea for collecting debts expenses while lying at anch.rlll're 'I I )For one thin;, it is said thn Wv-1:i WASH GOODS & I --RIB3 S-A"'DBfl-S--: : ; teN.night.residence and/ train-. u"

t from "bad pay" customers. They have as compared with the cost of :'owing and some cf the other far f : New lin.- lust received.Dresden ;.

l i organized a collection: and information maintenance in any either harbor or western states object to the Presiidtnt's ; r i4oturtbtnnewheruerrrydey 1 ,IJ".n. 25c yard up I Freinil t & REliable SErvice Gn2r,yt t tI

ft f w bureau. All: the bills ,are placed cruising out at 51'a."l' believe Secretary (Ii i pilicv!! of withdrawing! Ur: .;.' lOc yard up 10 65c. Celts, Intfsl veltls 50c up I We also conduct a Freight [>< \ .

l"tFlfj't in the hands of an agent of the bureau Shaw would by a visit to Pen tracts nt tud I land iroin th- mari ;.?t. - - ery Uu ne.-;-hnul pia u-. -1 .
I sacola! persoinl: ( information tha' I W. J. & B. FORBES. machinery and furniture at J K: .-
talker and is gain ''
{ L t who is a fluent i.They 1'l"lr: the on= .ati.n: ot tip able Prices.Telephone.

I 3 i fitted ont with a red! wagon; and a would( result in benefit to the government ; forest Inn ihex vast th" loris! 0:1j = 1<:'.'!:--.t...,"... I-'Ii'i'!: = your lrdf'rIII I HP
3 white horse. When he drives into a and to o'ir city with a preionderanco <>u'.; Livery St.ibl! PlmntMr ':
nelgUliorlKiod on his rounds there is \n favor of the former. -- *. H. II: JI.illuiaik'0. It.-ul'
r Phone 3)1.MERCHANTS.
It wiry apt tn l h o something doing. -
The parties who participated in tht-
i sudden taking oft'ot the criminal near
I, Editor !.ewev of the Florida fiontlnel I ,
I Tampa last week for assault on a IHS. H. H. JI.-\LL JAHI\.I'H;
pUJ1ish.i in IVnsaeola is perhaps I II
little girl will find much to justify 1 IlAKKV HALLMAHK 1'ransIH'Aj''

4 I oue (>f the most intelligent andlevelheaded their action in the ridiculous miscarriage Drink Beer"When 1 L. 4 \, l:. It.Co.,I',and P..t A. Dlv.
men of his race in the ,
of justice at Arcadia this week
fi state When he essays to discuss pub- I
where after the trail conviction and !
in his paper he does it I PENSACOLA
sl Jic questions
r sentence ot Cooper for the murder of
i with much fairness and conservatism Rniman it was discovered that there you get run down, your doctor says

tJ t'' t epeak8',;bowing In that the last be thniKa number of before the Sentinel h>? had been sonic somewhere irregularity and the in court theproceeding i "drink beer." Or he prescribes a malt tonic |I Pressing Club

? editor Lewey takes up the Hat- came to a sudden, end. everyone who i concentrated beer. I FOR CENTlEMEN.
ten resolution proposing a conference
wants to know why there are so many
I to discuss the race problem and expresses lynchings in the country has only to : Weakness calls for food, and barley-malt
to the ,
himself in regard prop
l ; 4 osition as follows: look at and such see cases for the! The one people at Arcadia ,! is a food half digested. The digestion of other ,g One Dollar Per Month

Tp to that the the present southern it is press very and noiiccable have come to lielieve that there is no food is aided by a little alcohol, and beer has I I In Advance to Membership.
certainty that the jiorpptralor of a revolting i Clothes Cleaned and Pressed .'
t'' elates are not taking very kindly to (crime will: get the punishment! : 3z} per cent. I often a* de"ir (1. Your Cloth: -
nation's idea (it willing the ,
Senator he deserves! unless: they take it into i, ?*nt for and delivered. Call\ ;

white man's differences user the their own hands and proceed to tht Weakness requires a tonic- that's hops. I. D'i Club.rtoatli Palafox &L k status ot the negro.
execution promptly.]
; The intelligent negro has no objection I La I ieS'rli ?nppr"i
1 to these conferences and wo .\ Guaranteed Cure lur Pils, i ? ] Skirts a LillliLl.l':'

, $ t think it unwise to hardily criticise Itching, Klin-1, r.le..ihn2 or Protruding And it's good for well people, too, if you Tours for Xeatne--
< '
white men files Your drugjjUt will rrfUQ4ouin'onjrH
movement among:
a:; r r' any Laving for its object and p.irpose the'jl i I. At) cents I'AZO olSTMKXTcralKjtoJcurtyou. : get a pure beer. That's essential. G. W. IRWIN.

. I ri i betterment distinct understanding t.f the negro between and a more the Even a touch of impurity makes beer

1 Hot Chocolate with

_I I i aces.Senator Hatu-n is to bo commended II III : March' unhealthful, because beer is saccharine. Im. I I mon's.STEAMER Whipped. Cream, at Solo-

;s t for the iHK-iUon he takes and w- I purities multiply in it. -

l' : v believe that his conception cf the njri1May i

'j I subject matter relating to southern And a "green beer"- insufficiently aged !i LINE SCHEDULEI'pnsacnla

r conditions is seriously thought; out There is a best time for loin: ? i -

1 and any other course looking to the I everything-that is, a time when a I causes biliousness. But a pure beer-well I '

accomplishment of the same results thing can be done to the test; advantage \fotw"n and Milton Tu/at
the of health.
would moet his apt'roval.It :, mo-t easily and most effectively. : aged-is beverage Itunn Daily Kicppl Sunday

does apear to us. however, froma Now is "the test time I I "CITY OF TAMPA."

southern negro standpoint. that I for purifying your blood. Why?
: :jf Milton. t:4t! ,; ; :
am Lv Heniacol
do Bee\m
white men t is ? .
southern now trying
and your system .
northern : Schlitz beer costs twice what common beer costs in the brewing. One-half paysfor ir r'eDSacola>:::"iKm Ar hilt'aFare.dM '
not understand each other any more I to purify it-you know this by the ; Round .,.
I I and other I the product ; the other half for its purity.
t than ho southern negro understands pimples eruptions"that -

iiis true conditions and relations with have: come on your face and body. One-half is spent in cleanliness, in filtering

his white southern neighbor.If Hood's Sarsaparilla i even the air that touches it, in filtering! the JEWELER IN HIS

however the question was put I beer, in sterilizing every bottle. And it pays

to a test on the basis of truth and and PillsAre : the cost of aging the beer for months before NEW STAND

honor the intelligent! whites and I we deliver it.
the medicines to take-they do I
blacks of the south would put in motion I
the work thoroughly :and agreeably If ask for Schlitz get and .
the wheels: that would tend to ; you you purity age,

revolutionize conditions of the South and ne'l.'ril to tlo it.IlOOil's t y yet pay no more than beer costs without them I have moved mv j j' w,Ir:; '
are the YOU
satisfaction and legs friction I 12 with more
between ,the races. have' always: heard ret aimended. i e Ask fir the Erewtry Tofllrrrg.MADE pled by Has & Co., aid *i, 'If
i "I "annot omm.l Jl'""".!> cv=a ; :
thousands of allover too hulily .. .? better prepared than ever t'
There are negroes I .4 a --rnre int' in.- UhcnT.tali :44J .
I it in the rmir wr nil: iW! f-ierimnti| : i tI 4 bargains in diatnonJ*. vat .
the South who kindly appreiaithe tie Sumner" :MBS.: >. H. XEAL. :M.: -Tray*. 1'a.Hood's I NIL great
efforts: of white men north and! Sarsaparllla promises to jewelry etc. Call and see n.- I. 1

south, to better our ccnditun, and no cure and keeps the promise. I L. BEAR & CO., Wholesale Agents for Pensacola. let me convince you.
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YOU WAKE 'UP w. O. O'NEAL President M. E. CLARK Cashier; '
.. J. fOSHEE,Vloe'Prelldent; JOHN PfEifFER, Ast't CathUr. .4S,
I ( Prevents Many People From Tryinga
mm Mn Tired and NEWS NOTES

Miserable? Stomach troubles are so common .
". t
and in most cases so obstinate to
FLA. t
The Spanish steamship Rlojano has cure that people are apt to look with \ '1'

finished loading bunker coal and will suspicion on any remedy claiming to Designated Depository of the United States. t;

Paine's CeleryCompound sail for Havre this evening or tomor be a radical, permanent cure for Condensed Statement at the close of basinet Feb. 9, 19l3. 1 t...
row. dyspepsia and indigestion. Many such t;
pride themselves on their acutenessIp RESOURCES LIABILITIES. ;

F. M. Perry and family Montgom LoaBsand Discounts................. .. ... $336,072.95 Capital Stock ...... .. .. .... .. ... ..... .. .. 200000.00
the never being humbugged, especially Demand Loans. .... ................... .... 122W654Oyerdrafts Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .. .... .. .. ... 20,000.00 ,If
ery are among visitors to the city in medicines. ...... ..., ...... ...,..,. .,.,.. .... 1,16002 Undivided Profits.... .. ...... .. .. .... ,... 690.76 .1
Restore Lost Energy and Give today. They come to see the battle This fear of being humbugged can U. S. Bonds and PremIums.... ..... .. .... 213808.87 Circulation.. .. ... .. .... .. ,... .... ,.. 125,000.00 '.

Wi'l ships.A be carried to far, so far, in fact,that Stoc s, securities, etc... ...,.. ...... .... .. 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid,...... .. .... ....... .... .. 180.00 .i''
You That Vim, Snap and StrengthTrat Furniture and FIxtures.... ...... .... .. .... 8718.48 Deposits... .. ...... ..... ...... .. .. .. ...... f65, -t9.34 .
full-rigged ship crossed the bar many people suffer for years with Cash and Exchange. ........ ..... ......... 22817024 !L"
You Should Possess in Spring weak digestion rather than risk a i
shortly after 12 o'clock today. She '1"
little time and in faithfully .
time. arrived too late to be officially reported Total...... .... .. .. ...... .......... ...... 911420.10 Total... .... .... .... ...... .. .. .......... $911,420.10This :
testing the claims made of a preparation t
herein.Mr. bank opened for business October 23,1900. We solicit and will !
in the feeIng respectfully your patronage we gin
I If ),,'+ \\'alCl: ) morning so reliable and universally usedas ;
I your business prompt, courteous and careful attention.
'irt'l and miserable, let us aswt and Mrs. Joseph Svaner, who Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. ;11'

; yon that nature is warning you I have been visiting friends and rela Now Stuart's Dyspepsia Tabletsare 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. :ltIf

,,; Blairs.: : you have commenced to tives in this city for the past week vastly different in one important :

,.-"" 'II the rocks and shoals of diso returned to their home in Franklin, respect from ordinary proprietary 1,.: ,
t' >..rvork, worry harrassingf ; La., today. medicines, for the reason, that they !

-it may be excesses, are pro- are not a secret patent medicine; no "r
Test ic as will. Look at it, smellIt .
tlu-ir! dire effects. Your you secret is made of their ingredients, / / '
taste it the result is always the .
f.1 the shock and strain ; but analysis shows them to contain '--.
it good. There's '
same-you pronounce .
the natural digestive ferments, pure -' ,-
quality that gives health, there's economy -

I ensed and at either comfort of in-the the three liquors barroomsof dis. Golden aseptic Seal pepsin, bismuth, the digestive bydrastis acids and f 55@ illlIDID@ il 5S e '

-3k. \Ir. \ Gol ring in this cit ..-Paronize mix. They arc not cathartic, neitherdo Qr I t
t they act powerfully on any organ,
him and get full-satisfaction. t'f'I
but they cure indigestion on the common

I In every city there Is always one sense plan of digesting the food ,- :
store that is the center- of trade, one eaten thoroughly before it has time ;'f','

hotel that is the recognized hotel to ferment, sour and cause the mis I 'I

: all others, one that of If
among; newspaper chief. This is the only secret

has first place in puulic favor and son their success. JUiI

( throughout the list. They are Cathartic pills never have and :

( ( bund iu every instance among those never can cure indigestion and I IT WASNT SUICIDE. CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, DO YOU KNOW )

who do the most liberal ad\ertisinsr. act 5
stomach troubles because they
: Pennell and Wife Hurled into Eternity o.30 :South Palafox street, for your BEEKMAX LUMBER CO. have }
In Tensacoia there is no disputing the entirely on the bowels, whereas the By an Accident.
fact that the Merchant's Hotel is the in the !lectrical work. He is prepared to a large stock of dressed studding'
whole trouble is really
Buffalo N. Y., March 13.: -Mrs. Arthur
popular place to go for the most satisfactory stomach. Pennell died at the Sisters of '10 you afirst-ch-s job at moderate and joinGet their prices before .

hotel accommodations. Stuart's dyspepsia tablets taken Charity hospital last night at S 1 I irices. Ph n' 203. I buying dlGlm'G. ;.

w Pimples, blotches and all other after meals digest the food. Thatis o'clock. She never recovered con -
all there is to it. Food not digested sciousness.The .
spring troubles are cured by Hood's
ar'a\arilla-the most effective of, or half digested is poison as automobile which carried Mr. I W. & COT 'G. W. & CO ;:1 :

all spring medicines. it creates gas acidity, headaches, Pennell and his wife in the plunge r \1 :.

UCS.A. I). MANNING, palpitation of the heart, loss of to the bottom of the stone quarry on

Of Hunter, Ark. THE HARTFORD AT MOBILE,. flesh and appetite and many other Kensington avenue Tuesday afternoon ;: GREEN, WATSON & GO 1. }f
often called by
Ym should thank Heaven thaI troubles which are was carefully examined yester

some other name. day. The brakes and levers were given
: ave nerves to warn jo'! or a I The training ship Hartford and the They are sold by druggists everywhere
particularly close attention. Ex SPECIAL SALE MONDAY! f
50 package.
'hmsj dangers.; converted gunboat cruiser Scorpion at cents per cs
perts in the construction and manu-
'iiibands in the glorious! pprin; which is acting as consort to the former i
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS facture of automobiles were called in.I I ...DON'T MISS IT... 0
have arrived at Mobile.
.. '. who rise uo each mornin : \
ELECTED OFFICERS. The result of the examination left '
1. wearied and miserable, stan i Admiral Higginson, who left here ;
no doubt in the minds of any of :-- 3 .
'. --si of Paine's! Celery Compoun}, on the Hartford will probably remain 13. At the CORSETS.
Jad.son"i1lIarch -
the that Mr. Pennell didever.thlng
men present
.irvelous medicine that free i a week in Mobile, from which place E i
session of the Grand Lodge this in his power to regain control A styles, t
'. from: acid blood and morbid he will go to New Orleans on a pleasure afternoon the always sold tor $1.00.Special Monday.. 50a I oici
of Pythias this
Knights of the vehicle when it careened.
t.-rial. I'aine's Celery Con visit. officers wore elected l : A REAL \YHALEBO.VKD CORSET, French Cntille, ai- ci :
following grand the ;
The brakes were tightly set, ;
he i same time strengthen The gunboat Isla de Luzon wil ; sold for$3U.t4pe'halMnday fl.&O "
; r .It organs, the stomach! leave Mobile today or tomorrow for Grand Chancellor-James E. Crane,, power indicator pointed to "reverse." i THOMPSON'S: liLfWF.-FlTTlXli Dropped: Stylethe) ", I"
Tampa. and the track of the wheels in the i! <22SlaaliyMonday; ... $1.15; ,( 'I/
,il I kldn '}"s. When thiiccomplibhed. this place and will be docked at the 1 I'
:( :: !, the new Pensacola navy yard.On Grand \ ceChanE'ellor.- Ceo. S. sott earth on the ridge between the i I.jU1ity\rond.1y.; HIM 0 t;

.strong and Ugoroutoni Hallmark, Pensacola. street pavement ace the quarryshowed I The 1.50 Quality Monday..... .: .:.... .. .: .... ... I :i

.\'- reinforced. Sunday next, Mr. 0. Nori wit Grand PrelateV.. Stewart Pa- that the wheels were turnin The P. I). Dropped Style) the *:J 50
<-t Paine's Celery; open his ice cream parlors at 23: South latka. backward when the machine sped forward I o OUR; :,,IECI.-H.I1WLF.. .. .. ... .. .. . . 1

month will save. Palafiv: street. Grand Master at .\rros-Henr Hosler ''I I to destruction. I t ,,
Pensacola. >3 ".JSILKS !.S.
> \i'; !:
noty later on. : I wg '-- i
ROUGH HOUSE AT Grand; Keeper of Records and Seal ---

"i iy Paine Ce'.cr: THE POLICE! STATION -\\'. II. LattinKT: Tavares. I j!}m/m/'s/ file jBrsor oc. t> 150 pieces Silks, 1 to 5 yd i
i rica and happy Grand Master Exchequer-\\'. C worth $1.50 and $2.00 i '.
be a perfect ant John I D. Collins! a sailor on the battle .
West Jacksonville. I Hot French Waffles with the ;
yard. go
', of clear and Of ci
a by
=hip Illinois was picked up
Grand InnerGuard-L.'Juis C. Lynch Florida Cano Syrup at
d 1 nervous system fieF'rsFondehillaandBnlline "eot'r.laiaftpnHlon counter Monday morning tf
Gainesville.:! I Solomon's.B. (
tb order of the ship's officer
: course through! P.ree'ltative-Itcv. at .
!1 i r,,, sweet and n on the charge of desertion.; Collins Supreme W'I .
\\'. D. Hart Tampa. !. .. __ M HHWH
i ',i i permanent:: gnoi left the Illinois on the day of hoi H. FAIRCHILD, \
las been taking concerning
N'o actk.n jet :
arrival at this port and had been i: :: GREEN WATSON & :
which city will be made the i C'PX Ox..BTE ItiR ,., w \'.
\ .iin:?, of Hunter, hiding ever since until arrested jestcrday. I IIOII
of the grand _
permanent?e. headquarters 33 EAST ROMANA STREET. I ;::::::=:::::G. w. & CO G. w. & co Daily."V:

Celer! Collins cave the police officers ,
: Paine's ]; There was no sesi'ia last ni htF.CZKMA 'oroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a I
," to lie a hle sing quite a tussel when they attempted block ( Specialty.

I heath: and coulii him up. It took the combine I
>'.*Y. II DPliorxoiOJ3..
: NO CfUK. \ )
.. victuals withou efforts of five men to put him behim Your druggist will refund your money it .. .SPECIAL SALE. {

1 r. wing two or thre<< the bars and that was only aceom PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure Ringworm, i

''!,i wretched condi i plished after a hard struggle.: Citj; Tester Old Ulcers and Sores Pimples and Butterick Patterns "" t -AT-

":j for he monster. Clerk Jonesas among those \\h(:I Ulftckbfiuli on tbe face, and all bkio die-

.,in of my trouble came out of the scrimmage: will I cases. 50 c.'nh. April Stock just received

:t(1! me to tr];; bruisos. His right hand was badlysprained I showing every desirable
the sailor hit him 01 THELAST
1 "MMrind.' and l>ou jh CARNIVAL. garment for the Spring
Officer Sanders am l
"":;d i mediate re the left hand.
season and al! the latest
'I i \\f-ll. XuI an 1 Turnkey Chas. Hobo also came in foi Secretary Merrill of the Carnival
novelties. To make room for my Immense
bruises and injuries am
> i.! awl gin do a a share Association has prepared a statementof

"1 mst I any one am Officer Fondebilla also felt the effect:;, the expenses at the recent Mardi Norfolk Styles .with the Kimono Goods which is now Arriving
i iI
many > Neck
; I
id it to all s-ul XII charge was docketed asain't derived for the
funds were
Collins in the police court and he ha!! sources .: ?silt' ) yards of 7 !9 Soft-Fini-hfd I 3u doz Men's All Wool Red Underpins 4
I successful carrying< out of the last cart StcleEffects on Capes, Coats Blouses worth ;
been returned tJ;; the vessel!: Bleached Domestic worth 6c, to tl, pecidl75c; +:
ui\al. and Coffee: Sacks; nuke room, at ,p j2 yard. I match.

E. W. PEAKE, Hudgins 5 cent has a on rew the label market.for .th. .(.! Balance on hand Receipts.Apr. 1. '02, $ !:1.12:! Shirred Styles in Waists and Skirts; Domestic 3WJO\ yards, worth Fitchville 9c, to make Bleached room, I I. 9Sreaeh.Diy 47 Ladie'skirts' worth P.pady-tn-\Vi"ir$1.50 special Hal sale ny- f r I

best cigar i
F: u'tor and bnildei fall festival al L3S: at 7c yard
'II Am't received Girls and I I ::"J Ladies' Rsarlyto-Wedr.Iaioy
All the Latest Styles
w i"Mcal work in iir.;tI ;' 2500; yard I/msdale and Fruit 4 4 ,1 Day ;klrt', guaranty all wool,
I \
I ;at reasonable ratpft I Hot Chocolate wit I lS1.70Donations.; :! Little Folks Bleached D )m-tic, worth lOc to..f[ worth *;-pfciyl sale ?:2.18each.
at Solo unke room at b'4c yard.10.OU .
Cream 60 J.HifBIJek! Iud ColoredIVorted
t ,t ;M Eolith Palafo: Whipped I I Sale I invitations . . 23.30 Domestic I ;
-1.1 -
man's. )) yard* I i -kirt, worth $1'00, special "1
:: : I Tickets coronation bail 4D0.5; The Delineator for April worth Cc, to make room, at I sale "c each. ;

Gasoline!! returned. . . S.25: !l..c yard. 37 Li.liBlack Tailored and Fig'i i' 41
Returned by parade com... 30.00 15 Cents. 100 vard.. 10.! Gold Brand Fheetinj ured skirts, worth $2 50 to $special I't'F
I' \ make at 131 sale $1.P3 tn f 19n. t'Bch. I
worth ISo: to room
; !i,5 shares stock at ;523: . 2.323.00 --- 1W doz Men's All Wool Oamfl'a !

r: SPECIALT'ES '1\ No more Keautiful( or use yard.ith' rrl1U 4 Ppppfral Bleached ,I Hiir Undershirts, worth fl.&l. spec- t

LENTEN .. Total . . . . .13,320.73 ful magazire in the marKet i Shpf"tlh;'. worth 2!" eto make ro.UJ, ial ?! ; drawers to match, in White,
I Red and Fawn colors.
Disbursements. at lfc>\c y.HJ. .'
--AT-- 25 (1 )z Boy's and Girl Ribbed
vouchers paid yar'l10: t pppperal Bleached and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at
as per
CO'S. [ . . . .J3JOS..3Ilalance : : : I rshet-t'in., worth 2jc, to make room, 2'jc; drawers to match. .
1 ...SOL CAHN .. by J. M. GOE at2<)2 y ud.Rem"mbrwn. 24 doz. Hoy's and Girl's Gray and .
carry a full line of Red All Wool Undershirts at roc ;
h March 9. i3.; :! Boys' Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at I drawers to match. :i

4 L, \IMIM UhntKIs: GKKKX Tl'UTLK mET Subscription to be colected.. 23.0: AND STATIONER prices to nut everybody, I We carry a full line of I/idiM1' I
\ lv'n I:... ('111)1-IBn, SOKI-SHKLL CIIAIW.P BOOKSELLER ,0doz'den'* Heavy: French Neck 1 Men' and Boy's and Girls' Shoes !
1"I"IIItO" Moreno undershirt*, special 20Cj.; ,. that we can save you 2Gc; on. ,
HII: [irnirri-u. KIPl'KKKO IIKKUINC. The Mother's Friend 203 South Palafox Street, drawers *o match. I KemHiibfr-We carry a full line .:
yf \'U'lOlI< BJ.\TEI. when nature's supply fails, is P.or- Fla. 60doz Mcu's Ftpced Lined Undershirts of Ien'" ('lothin Hougnt at hoc on I. ;1
TINNY FISH den's Eagle Brand Condl.'nsed1iIk.. worth 50c, special 35s; dollar. We will close them out at i

C A -n:thing Generally Kept in a First-Class Grocery. PHONE J73. it is a cow's milk adapted to infants -- drawer! to in* tch. just fz price off other merchant. .. I

.oft...... according to the highest scientific I A. C. BINKLEY desires his friends -- I
.' feed Eagle
."it'' .' f.:w .. .. methods. An infant on
--- Brand wil show a steauy gain in and the public to know that te has We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress f
weight. Moved to Room &08, Thiesen build. 'I t

lug, where he will continue as heretofore Goods at New York Wholesale Prices. I

Hot French Waffles with a eeneral law practice.

Solomon's OPEN !

Mr. C. Xeri who is famous- for his NOW RElnhar fe ELc C1J F. E. BRAWNER I r ri

(fj') DENTIST. delicious cream. will open his saloonat l I ,

day.2o South Palafox street next Sun Ill li Slit! i I- Icy S. Palafoz St. I II

qr.L :
afox Street Old Armory Building
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IN <>X ,
A OOM) '
c !' \ \ AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. Take TO CUUK Laiatlve nmrao Qainlce Tablet So 11 Rest Ictende cia Street I Laxative Uromo }1llttllle P1l on every
*fIJl t on everybox
Tbis.unature CratesaColdlnOne I'I1c.Q'
PKXSACOLA.\. 25c. &-jfj&rfin I Opposite Jas. McHugh's. .).CripiD2 D bra'reti 25c :




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Uny Material and Woman'. Life .
Go Into Its Construction.The The best

domestic pyramid is n mythical

kithiFmedicine il1 the Etmcture which every woman builds.
at one-half
It seems paradoxical to say that a price

Is built,
mythical structure actually

for but such is the case The more Industrious -

t vor kl : exclusively women the woman the h .;her the p.rl'lauy full It Quart takes ui five honest of the quart ordinary of 32"ounces Quarts"four to to make the t gallon.eallon. but Now.HAYN'ER you pay sour QC Ap'r_ !i'I'

1 mid. materials go to the building least f I.2S Ii bottle for whiskey that cannot possibly be any better than HAYXLs rat
I good or M.25 a gallon. II HA y
you buy YNER WHISKEY you save at least tiofioa ,
and a woman's life is given up to Canon We sell two gallons for about the for 'r
same as you pay one gallon or i'robu
s-- as -: made so actuaSres the occupation.First whiskey. Just think that over and remember that HA YNER WHISKEY goes dare I>i-rtr
; many I and these form a mighty pro- our distillery to- you carries a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S A?
ANTEE of PURITY and AGE and saves you the dealers' enormous refits. Thai's :V
1 portion, the pyramid contains all the it's so good and so cheap. That's why we have over a quarter ot a million satis J c'L;
i tomers. That's why YOU should try Ik Your money back U you're not saUitci
dishes which:: one woman has washed.
r CM and attained such' an Three times a day for twenty or thirty

years she washes! some fifty dishes. It Direct from our distillery to YOU
makes a mighty host when it is placedIn

mormons sale as has the pyramid, for since there are tea Saves Dialirt' Profits I PrivinU Adultar&tGD.--! !
days in each year on an average a woman

washes ;54J.:*) dishes each year.

Nest on the pyramid are the brooms

and dusters and scrubbing brushes nu'Idishelut118 HAYNER WHISK

1 and t"a cloths which, have

been worn out in her battle for

ieFS. It Is wonderful to think of. They PURE SEVEN YEAR-OLD RYE '
will nunib'r: well Into the hundreds,

I c\cn though the one who u:-itl them
was not kuowu a. a notable housewife FULL $$ .20 EXPRESS

( Right in this stcU>);i of the pyramidwLIch 4

I Icmae ilil' fp :l::<1 wasLing pW'.l.t QUARTS PREPAID
hi'!;>cd in the! fro;'. 1'ew peo"Ie!
I J would iuipeh.e the iu>iutiti\.s of these ,
which ar.1 u..l!, tut W: C-U it is all put YEAR-OLD RYE for 13.20. and we will pay the express charts. Try It and .
together it ii-aUos a very rn'i1.lvl.. if you don't find it all right and as good as you ever used or can buy from = .
anybody else at any price then send it back at our expense: and your!S 20 "
,14 4r f f (jnu r in the i yrnn.iJ. will be returned to you by next maIL Just think that offer over. How could ':
1 wYr :;. .. r1 41 2t.. v4 ..c a, lll"Y.'.' '/ .rf 'r I Then come the fvxjJstu's which 11I ::\" it be fairer If ycu are not perfectly satisfied, you are not out a cent. Better ,,:';.
: Wv. 3Tt' let us send you a tritl order. If you don't want four quarts yourself. nfl a '"; ':
I gone tltJu1! hir haul* In friend to join rOIL We ship In a plain sealed case, no works to snow abate %...''p
e ton fur the tiblu the dozens of e...* Inside. lb :
'> Orders for Ariz., Cal., Col.. Idaho, Mont. Nev., N. Me*..( re..Ut'h,Wash. jq,, ;
13 r. I she Las boiled find i taobed: and fr: er Wvo. must be on the bLci ofI Ouartw. for *>..fl() by :xprebd hti;'
|I !h"! bushels i.f \potatoes she has \p..'-"'i! Prepaid u tfO Quarts for $16.00 by Freight Prepaid. a'"Q .

1 ', '' xr- a ,Frt U'3 Quantity: cf !Hour s.o! Las 1 sif: ; .1 1. i. Write our nearest office! and do it Now. f"x' ;;

II nit and :;;Iar1.1.h she Lib! ri! "I-:\ THE HAYNE8 DIST.LU3G COMPANY

i nix into pn-servi'-t and jel..i:;: ,,, t .
d .
lives c f bread 1>1; has kl. : U u
r I 100: DISTILLERY Taoy. 0. ESTABLISHED 1866. -
lA ly. the cake she has beat'-n. If s! .. t t' aNew
j En;;laIi ('r. t-re! are nior.-it.: .*

of pies she Las baked! and ini.uu."::.".'
f _
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I lou::nuts: she has fried. Such aa fire

palling 'ju.lntty: !

Could a woman realize early in t life: .WICFE&C0.Plumber

the d'lineftic pyramid which !'he'I'ui..) .

build she would think it an!

Ity. Luckily she knows nothing of

h i iI and toils:: on from day to day, building! Ii Gas and Steam Fitter,

according to her energies and eninv

I li ; blin; tile work with the beauty of self I
Ho. S South Palafox
. .1, i f1I'rifiee..J.lIie Carroll in HClironiclo. >.l.lUrt: i Street

: i AU Kinds o.. Plumbing and Gas Fitting Materials Kepi on 1: a.KF.LFoH. .
I iI
I ")AYJ R'n'N Ir.n A.. 'lL\.
c yu An I'mlirrlla Stand.
The umbrella stand shown in the illustmti'iu ,

is a dl''Itl, Improvement on '
the olJ receptacles, nut not j I SAMUEL CHARLES

the lea t ;I"' ant\! it -:-!,"""ses I< that I f, ,

+ t lr s In it t'.ie t.r-'>relh: nr.trlbuttil at a
t fur illatau'-: .,>:'. 1.J other, ;;iY ill;; tl.l H BOOT AND! SHOE MAKER

r ,e.+ '' ? tiX hs iLp > f 1II / ... :
I Lr1I w.- jv-111'heles- :..leandlytailIesleriaShoes! Leather" Fin-.u: '-


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more than a million women


I fl .} i: have been restored to health tr. ,II i 'OllNKli: T.HI.GOX.'ID l l'I :sno\'u: STKniTIh.

: Cealtrs inn

t' r by }its \ Merit alone cansisch make I spoiling no trouble BCIUXT or in WOOD cutting f.Tttii X'StEBELLA the them silk. mixed This BT.VXD.usefuli or i Choice Staple and Family Groceries, LOur

s article of household furnishing may be j Goods are Received Fresh! Daily. They are ton ininy to enunicrdt",
and \VarrantPd to be the Ih st the Market Affords and can beIleliod
mad of materials be
plain or may i
record Wise the i on. We can Duplicate Order Giver
a are fashioned of burnt wool or ornameLt- any us During tin-
holidays acd will Deliver Free to any fart of the City.
1 Yt Illili ed In other ways. A couple of coats of ,<
a. paint or ennniel on the bottom where I COUNTRY ORDERS= WILL RECEIVE CAREFUI ATTENTION.

who will the umbrellas rt'still give a :waterproof
| women nsubstitute. accept f';..4r finish to the wo..Llomiet.e'e !; 1 J. Dubuisson & Bro. ,

: w PHO E 66.
Opinion. : Pn.U1ily G-z-ocorHi
t.I:, Says! Charley Comiskey: "It has always !
I been the of the with
; IN the American K'ajnie, but it is always I II lr #)} .
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it'Z_ .-. .- ;: J'-.rB.1' _4rN';u'ytCy1': ."...wn''l": : : ;" ?'" q ..,1., i'I, extermination and self interest with I Ct &1 a Ull: .i1I'7'.e r y
'--" '- the National So long as we deliver I

P, ,1:1:. ---- _h_ the"goods to the public It will :e (SUCCESSOR TO AV l rY WOOLKOLK,)

'I/! 6 fled..etianafli1 The best pill 'neath the stars and i with us. !!rPOR'I'R A.JJTTS JOBBER OF
She Controls a Trunt.
', 1 '';;1, fetripes; A South Boston womr.n owns nndcnntrols OPERA :
Little Early Risers of ,
'' \ worldly repute Line weekly papers, which circulate
\ IrTI I gripes. in thy snnlll'rew: Eryland fit-1 I _

l.. t Ask for DeWitt's and take no She LJ her uwii manager and (' .I I J. JI. CO :, Jlalla er.1e Iron, Nails! Axe f hov I w Mill and HteambimtrtappU

-- i substitute. 11:1.)-: only girls some as young as seventeen. ". Coii/fiti ; and fn! ''i'? --IOVPS, Paint Oils
She I \\" ud.)W Gla-Js: (inns, ?.-' Ii'. Fulling: Tackle
1. -r-'rrrr A small pill easy to buy easy to take never engages any ofover ONE WHOLE/ WEEK !
; I and easy: to act but never failing In twenty-one., her theory being that Aate and Tiinvaro aim K ,rurniahiii l1 ; Ooodi.j .
: I .r I. results. DeAVitt's Little Early Risers women out of tlioir\ terns become "!;{'t'' BhGI.\M:
', = and that their work lacks freshness. I j !%arAO X8 FOR iilRMINGIIAM ROLLING MILL COMPANYT53Jiant
li -.t' t l ';; Qty ; a tonic to the liver caring; permanent- She writes all editorials. Her papers F MONDAY, MARCH 9. j I R"Vfrft Stitched Eelticg. Northampton Emery

I ......., L 1\ Ir. Hariris I'harmacy, John Sheppard, keep the Interests of women p"'mlnl'ut.Irln Tbe Largest Beet and Highest Salaried j \\'h,. L 'tin & Rind Powder Co., Johnson's Kil-
... fjJ ,' "L Iron Kin and Hack
!solo Stoves
"' : Sidney Kahn. view but ? and RiugpsVrn
t ure not designed cxclu.tIT' -
Company on the HoaJ. :!
'w4.K Coup t Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masarv'a.
for feminine
Iy perusal i
( 1) Made Railroad Colors.Masouic .
I t, t \> I BUY THEN -THEHuutlJ. -

I ; handy In the Kitchen.An Temple @ Pen acola. Fla.
1 .kr1 vl -
t / / !' artist houstrivlfe discovered that l t ; 'iliim! t k

J. 1L61fT E a ptilftte knife Is a most useful kitchen .

l "J.- ,. Implement nnd keei one in the table
I drawer of that apartment as well OF
as in her studio To fee cake, to slip

{i SEWING MACHINE lu pans to which anything sticks it is j LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN .

I -- invaluable na well us for various other EFKECT DFCEMBEK 1, IV>1
The Detective di-duce that you 1 PoiK'tl lc' deceived I-y tlio"e who ad'vi services where a thin, pliable knife il Matinees aDd Wedneedar tlturday: ( I -
, a. i have one or acre small boys at your ni'e n 6'>0.<(y) :.S/w Ing Machine far Dl't'dt'l.I Now Orleans and Mobile.
t 1100s'. 1 Matinees III I'nOc.:!
1 ..i fc:2ilet.! Thi-skiiulofaiiuu-hineoau PRICES' >"i libll 10,20 aad ;PIC. i
. I The Client-Wonderful: How Jidt" I I l>c IxiiiTht, fn>:u u3trn11v, of our Hosts on sale at foe's bookstore. No.6. So,.. So!. No.1. ,
,I you guess ItJ-ClaYago American. tk-akrs frvlJ.l 1-Wto lS.uo.WE SCHEDULE j 7a5a nl m UCl6p [enePensacolaArrlf1 IiOOa No.1.o.O lagp pop'
"f I AND PASSENCER 6:5):>> a 2:'7p 1lla Leavefilomatollan 2H.\
I i ONE MUHT OXLY1 UOOa 4:2::! p 2f.ia LeQVe..... tloblle __ leave 11:80 n't
f 12I
.t I"; Illbbons and Lnrr.RIU THE NEW E05IE IS THE BEST. RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS MONDAY, IVIAn.THE 16 I ........_- t:2fip: 1:301 a L-aveNex" I/rleanll. Leave espp 7:25a D DU n'_r

t. >oa stitilml to laot with lot or The Feed dcteniilm- the -
I ? Frcngth! or I North.
t t BKk foumlatioas Is employed l oxteasin.-- \veakn s t! ly to build dfnut'r: lUll other i-venli:? Double I'culci'inl'iiu-d other THE SEASON. '

il i II gowns White satin ribbon three! inchrs I: I-trllll l.,iufs JHikt the Aow Home No. !. II No. .. No. 1 No. I.
I' U:05pm'I2l5pm Leave_ P' aeola .._
'n Arrive
i; WI'titdlloJ\ on a fonixlition: of i the lust frewiiig ilachiiie to buy The Pensacola. St. Andrews and Mr. Ben Stern Politely Prefers 6:15 am : 8: jpm Arrive_ ont"Om8rIAlaV8 11I5.m 4:00 pm DOOlm liSSpm8.88am
white silk! gauze forms a very attractive 'I I shnwin g tho dlfihite Gulf Steamship Company has fixed n:5, am O:$ p mrrlvelSl mIQlbam _Leave 4Wpm
{ f for CIRCULARS The Best Comis Opera Success Since' 7J5pm: lane Arrive_Naib ,
I m villa Leav
tr'k. The ribbon is cut in sectionsfn'm i'i e it"rvnt win civics 11 trldne of the following schedule and rates! to 2:&J. I.Q 5:15 a m Arrive _LojUvllle _Leave h15: _..
? Pinafore I p m 2.4Jam
twelve to twenty inclifs Inns; we luauufitclurcautl prices beforeimnlusiug apply between Pens: cola and the :i 72Oa in:20am !!:& m OlIlpm' Ill5pnHJfipm:
points named: T i 1J: ) p m ArrtYe __ .tucLnali.Leave .
I :15
I : ami the euils are turned in to f.>rra I pm.

Frail i tt.d jsectlon The "!1.\s and[ ORANGE, MASS.
I ln"ii<.v err Flniilarly plaitoj and tberey 2i fn'.on f'". X. Y..Chicago.III,ASL tnL\,Ga.,' Steamer Tarpon will leave Peas In De Koven & Smith's Greatest j]I I No. SI-Daily No. 8-DaUy | No atop where time not shown No. 1 Dally Mo.{ tlVt'JJa
j M. LouisMo., 1>:\: '\. .Te3.Sau: Francisco: ,Cal cola every Tuesday night at 8:30 I I =
a nnle! cf v-hte satin. I' o'clock, after the arrival of the Mobile Comic Opera Success, 11:55 p m 7:00 a m Leave.__ Pn8 eol..___Arrtve 10:60 p mlourr 11,110 p
12:16 night 1:11" -Bohemla_ "
train and the P. & A. ':O'J
accommodation .
12:20" 7H Yniestra-_ .
train. This! will enable 12l3" __ 10:84 I. 11:01 ..
1 a : 1:19 Escambla .._ 10M D:5r
person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m., Qifc"This UsI": : 7:23" ". _._- Mulat __ 10:2 6.<5 .
make clo connection "foxy 12:38: 7IJ": ___ Harp __ .s loll I'M6.T7 '
e at Pensacolaacd !I n o I ..
12-50 7M 6'ltClt1' "
50:PIECE DINNER SET reach St. Andrews the next 12::58 .. I TAW .. _...Milton 10:16 lolo I 6:70
FREE" morning at 7 o'clock.PASSENGER. 1O:! a m : '__ _OoodHoltt I. 4JA ,.
1:1\6" 8:15 __ .. 9'G6 1ei ,-
VomUrfiU Indnn-mval to wll onr hww It.11.g P.wdert RATES. is! the No. 1 Company and the !50 8:80: ll1l1l/a/1 __ "' 8MI: far -,
Evrry imrrh *Tot a pound ran of .woo KL\t Powder Only One. with all the Magnificent I !:sa" II:&'! I _.Creatvtew- .:l$ S. 4.'JO ..
und Itat and
Tg'iu fuUB2e fict. Latrn eat slaM patton. ..
1:3': Mossy
Ple "
l:-ni mtvr this U s.. tia fTT n aSk uk'lJr..e"7: be as follows: nalia paraPher'l liead.DeKunlakHprtnu. 810 1:14 .
...... that Astounded .:03" '
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twrhuer vi h elwU artil u detU by our Han >o. 8:18 j-a
To rTrr>b.IJ.loo.dlaf".nclof. *..aa al.las P..dc, To St. Andrew! and St. Andrews of the Broadway Theatre, New : Il 'I 8u ___ Argyle ___ 7u 2:3i '
l DRa-r.rl ft*l'lan\o.* Ueark&,.rwnimtfT.ftsn..ltlo &Ioela...._.' .hlolelo .dr.I"aer points-$6 00; round trip $10. York City, with Lavishness. I ..40 I 8:67 ..Ponce de Leon.... f:2V %:\1 .
"eahaudamwlydeRVatelbe I IiOO" 10:10 __ II
.. To .Weltvllle. Tait
Pine Pl rr eel or S b6-I'I_Tea"skulitfly tnt. \>t Apalachicola and Carrabelle lU
donsWnuue.nym.neylnadcaurc. ampIyaruJci vi>ar nam :W 11):15': II __ Clryvltle. ... 1:11" 1ti: '
$850 round $15. IT'S BETTER .
and jkklrcM and at.a dl Iorwanl.our ditfefeut puuia ura full tnloroi ; trip THAN ROBBI 1i.83" 10:110. ,_...KooifayChlpley_ 8M" I l.ST
Uon. Vo. ..IU_ka.'....r,..4 M._"-e aha tea k. _. These fares! include first-cia;; HOOD.-N. Y. Herald. 8:00" 10.7" -_.. _,... I. 8er II I 1:101 ..
pU..la4'4>a a few k r rk. We w kllnw to deli porch aDd
TOO nft/.ndais ere 06UMIIAO Waft 8:110" 11:0'7" .
cabin stateroom and rueals. Cottondale.Marlanaa 1:18 1: tIj: nocai
lULkMe allow lane t'Ub It -- :
T myui>kl...C .lr&klrt Wale conmuwion...........preferred.,....... _W.e.-My t all*.taea(num.C..tar Wealioc B..I ...n...._.. Further information can be secured The Prices Reach 7;1O" 11:5! 8:00": IY.i '
rundnMiinf Mbrrnfnltn>ld>>iinbleartii-irvUieilmroiitiMu k&L>O5A &('rrLltIOW": ". 11X7 and law Pin Klrrvl, Iii&. Loal.. .. | by applving at the company's offices ftIJ" 1l: 2" _Grand R1dl'_ fIl2" 1.1'
\Ve assure our readers that the oalvona: Sopplieg Company 13 tlwreugblyenable.-Editory : ,I in the Thiesen building. 50c to $1.50. 7fJ1".' U:06 noon I. __ Ineadl __ 1i:2I" 1'1:51 '
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Mrs. La.ura S. Webb tSERYICES; AT THE CHURCHESCatholic. J a trapeze performer is greater than a An Inspiration That Won a Case HeCuuiijrrd Doctoring Free.

man's. She must have a man's courage 'r,. ,
Vke.Prtsidtnt of omen'l Democratic Cub. of Northno Ohio. I..................... and a man's muscle to succeed. But .Jlopelenn.A }
she must also work under conditions of Pi a'l.pl1awYl."r: tells: the story The Red Cross Doctors Are Doing

which a man knows nothing. Manyan that a picture of Fanny Davenport
the change of life which :
EARENANY Themselves.
was St. Michaels-Order of divine service accident to women acrobats must once won a case for time His client This to Introduce

i icky women be. fast approachin Whili VISotweC:1 for the winter: First mass, 7 be attributed was suing: the Iunsyl..anHailr!: ad Three Mojith's Services Are Given :11
king with a friend I noticed LI
to the sudden
the of (If which Wayne MacVeadiwas
LJ ages that 11t a. m. ; children's mass, S a. m.; last company : .
was taking your weakness to Free to All Who Call at Their Offices
there coun-H-I.< for $7.-"M l damages: fi>r .
45d b:; are j, Wine of Cardul,anI sbe was mass and sermon 10 a. m.; evening which allwomen <
the death of her husband. 'Jtit a few \
TCry f, ; In\:1.1115 over :>5 \ / 10 enthusi.utic about it that I devotions, 4 p. m. are 111 West Chase Street. Be-t!
before the
days case was to conic .
A The decideS to a bottle I Rev. Father Fullerton subject at certain ,'
CO years ( ne. try a.cnle St. Joseph's, ,
enI times. up she happened into iuy office and announced tween New and March 21. !
life coming to pcriencc some re1id the lint Pastor-First mass, 6:30 a. m. high
\: of Dr. Pierce's that she had married again
month 10 I kept on taking It
wa: ncar her forty"tM7 mass, ):3O\ a. m.; benediction 7:30p. Favorite Pre- '(-;&ol Lord madam,' I gasped, 'whycoultlnt A staff of eminent physicians and sot.eon. -
C for three months and now I heals fromthe Oed l''dlt'al Institute 't1i
f Jurh VCt: etiicr makes Jlra.La.nlB. W'dIh. IWISttua.te with 110 pain and m. scription (,. you Lave waited until your have at the utfe it olirltatiun. of a largenumber I!
the womanly ('a,..? came tip? It's west to 'nii>o "ible of pal leuie under their carl' in tb.c000irT. ,.
ter 1i:1 1I1U.IJ or gives --u- --J-- I shall bke it off and on DOW diseases which established a permanent branch j\..!
Methodist Episcopal Church South, for nie to get damages for you now. ,
of tbe luttitute IQ this
nCW lease on lifc. Those who until I have passed the c1inax. I do not cause weak- cay; at .1'
ter :! this change: in ill health eel- dread it now as I am sure that your Rev. J.1.. IJanaelly, pastor.Re.i.val ness. It estab- and She said went she out.didn't!il'l'ruln't'r care very' Lnppy.much 1 t t West Chase Street. i1;
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tJ Wine of Cardui will be of frut beWitdo services tomorrow at 11 a. m. and lishes regularity :
::! u\"c tea years: afterward, while "' dries Well it just happened that I Lad a The eminent gentlemen have decided to
at this time. 7:3 o) m., conducted by Evangelist I'
of their services entirely free for three .f! t
who by! aside the active weakening photograph Fanny Davenport on my give .
",nm\:1 niontbn <(< medicine excepted all Invalids .L
a XX' :\Mcmtosh.. Services every dayat k
of Cudai is the to drains, healsinflammation (desk and when the next diyayIle
womanhood: in health eel'VrnO remedy who cull upou them for treatmeutBEton
dcte ( 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. until further MacVengb happened Into my office to l

do::! fJV: ) li.e on in happiness re-inforce a woman against the shock notice. Regular choir will lead sing and ulceration, ? discuss tjuite another matter he picked Now and March 21.

he Iits: passed 60. This that comes with the change of life. and cures female weakness. H makes- I
alter voices. the photo and admired it. 'Who'syour '
years ing supplemented by forty up These service consist not only of con.

ii truly: a critical: time. It re-establishes healthy functionsMrs. Pastors and people of all other churches well.weak women strong and sick women friend V Le a!
L.ur1: S. Webb, of Toledo after years of suffering. In doing cordially invited to attend and With pleasure I write today in prni.e of Dr. Inspiration and I said: 'Why that's The object in pursuing this courseIs ":
Pierce aim his medicines" says Mrs Mary Con. the lady ts Ito is suing to l>econe rapidly and personally! acquainted I
thousands your companyfor
this it bas saved of suf-
OL! J, rrnizcs the change of life participate. Sunday School at 9:30 a. way of Appleton. Lawrence Co.. Teun. \\ as with the nek andamcteil.&nd under [
troubled female disease back of .:*". 'The deuce you say said ',,
fcrcr! just in time. Do not wait with ; the ray no c .dlll"'ls v. ill nny charge bhtebe \ r
t.5" u.1.. "."rous PcriotI and she also m., Mr. J. A. Avant. Supt. Epworth head hurt me so I could not lie in bed and I Le. 'ILuuNonu.' woman isn't site? 'SheIs made fur any Cervices render for threeninnttis .
until suffering is upon you. Thorough at C:30: ). m., Mr.V.. C. Mack- would have to sit up and then I would have ball who rail heforo Stitch :!l t.
of Cardui. She League I .
Wino Jnilced.: I : "II'mT he ..
l'l3 f. li 13 licit pmns from my waist down I could scarcely repliil. es- Ihedootfr treat all tori of disease and i. ;"0
preparations should be mado ey President. Juvenile Missionary up. My feet and hands would feel almost claim, looUin at the picture clo-ely. deformities and guarant.'t'ncure In every '.;('Ica
,"r::'.s like ice. bmce taking Dr J'urce's favorite 'l' theY nrdertake. At rb.. first later- -t
J f.eel1 troubld more In adanee. Begin::; the Wine of Society at 3 p. m., Mr. Oliver Brawner, Prescription I can sleep welt all night Could 'A deticitl l.udJIt'0111:111, I should" view a thorough. fuminatior. ii hint!". and. (.
"As I h always hardly drag around btdre I took your m..licine. A tk-Qced iiaiiiltomeVoiuall.' IIlncurahl.' ;,'t: are frankly "", kindly' told >
criss at tJ mStta1 period, I dreaded CarJw treatment today.JL1.J : President. and now can do my homework and help say. so; ,al-oa>lvi-dauainst "peudiuK niouey for -,
..JJ1II my hustiand in the field \ordi canuut exyrcbj There was a Might: pau-e. 'What'll you Ui-fleiS treatment. t
-. St. Katharine's Church.ipiscopalSt. the thanks I owe to lr. Pierce." take to settle this: ca A million suffering women Weak and sick women are invited to catarrbal deafne; al'... \arioofete, rep i
VINE of CARDVI have found relief 1Il Katherius-CCrvafl consult Dr. Pierce, by letter,free. All thuu !:t of my1wt1t5 second marilgo. ture.goitre.een"'randait dihease of i..
is held ; and I fised the figure at $."..i4ni. cured by their newtr.attent ,\ \
Wine of CaroIui. correspondence as strictly private 1\
The Hey.I \i iTbeir .
Sixth A n'-
__*__ L-J __ __rL I I tes street and and sacredly confidential. Address Dr. The deal wat mu-uniuiate and the cbiet.- .nclal.. snrn'-on of the instl- jir
II I 11). II.V.. 1' Hudson rector Third R. V. Pierce Buffalo, X. Y. case never tuLle to court." I I Ut-. \\'iil l>etn per.tonalharge ;|SUlllref
.. tl.
\o Ill W.--I I liaxo IInl.I""
Lent The Holy Corumun- Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical il.'l- 'nda' ; :
Sunday in 9 it. in: toTp \ illa.w 1 p.m3fudiin .
In :11::; l.rmoui. I ft
Adviser than thousand
service and containing more a -
S morning.!
I'Ion large pages, is: sent free on receiptof When one: \\llI'5! to use only a fe-j .
D. HALE \VILSON, I! Sunday school : Morning prayer stamps to pay expense of mailing drops of lemon juire. the most! economical !I.

'! service and sermon at 11 a. m. Even- only. Send 31 one-cent stamps for the way is to pierce one end with a silver 's, the Ttcslor or.

lug prayer service and sermon, 7:3o.: clothlioutnlolutue, or only 21 stampsfor fork and express by gentle pressun t.J. t.
Real Estate and Rental I
Agent will preach morning and the Look in paper covers. Address cs much juice as is needed. The open-
:t The rector Dr. R. V. Pierce. Kuflalo, N. Y.
; eenitiK.eeli day services.rj' trig arule closes up and the lemon will J. L l ON &
Ki'v: South PalarutJ''d: remain fresh ftr a number of days.
I day, th-e prayers at 10 a. in.; each day I denominations are invited. H. C. ,

TELEPHONE r>0. 243. PENSACOLA, FLORID,* t except Friday the prayers at ;5 p. m. L'ushman secretary. I

-" Every Friday, evening,, theprjycrsGuild CHOICESTOF

and address, at 7:0.::\ -The wuniaus' Saints Meeting. Conh'aetors' anll lliii1rs

11. G. Ira & Co I of :St. Katherine's meets every Latter Day Saints will hold services : {,

Monday afternoon in the rectory at in Saints hall 52S East Chase PLANS, SPEOHCATIONS AND t.

,I I o'cllIrk.11 ladies of the parish street. Sunday night at t>:30: o'clock. f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERS f fAT ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT .,

aulacturers and Healers In I nether communicants or not, are cordially D. Powell, presiding. SHORT NOTICE. ot fc'It k<. J.I .

invited to attend these meet -
I First-Ch Work Guaranteed and 'Ii'
Sash Doors BlindsShingles I Colored Church.
', I References Furnished. It'
t., \ ings.The rector may be seen after any No. 23G East Intendentia street. 0. APOSTLE'S,

Sunday school at 9:0: a. m. Preaching 414 IAST IXTIXDIXCIA. t
service at the rectory.Presbyterian.
I Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30:: p. m. 14 East Gimnnt St., '.
Builders' Materials PARKER'S

-r Rev. Formerly Cordova: Re tanrantl"tatl.: s'1t HAIR BALSAM i
First Presbyterianliurch ... .
n. trt and l>
Brick and Lime. Linn K. Walker, pator.-SerriceS at .A.. .D..I-"hl.......g. gw... _r""e.g ... One car-lniri of Pineapples at 11.71! 1'ruiiHjtrt Fail. luiuna't to Ueatore fruwth.Nover any. !

11 and 7:3o::' ; Sunuay School at 0:30: a. One of the most remarkable cases ofa to fi.OO per dozen. I Hair>r to>'p it d.vivi Youthful It Color.ClUtl "i 1!
Telephone IMo. 11 lfX.ard*1 mat iIfl,5& j :
m. cold deep-seated on the lungs, .t1..

causing pneumonia, is that of )Irs. ';

Baptist. Gertrude Fenaer, Marion, Ind., who :

Classified Ad reri SenlclltS. Services tonight at 7:30:: o'clock. was entirely cured by the use of one The Star Laundry, t

Sunday there will be services at 11 Minute Cough Cure. She says: "The

a. in. and 7:30: p. m., and Dr. Reamy \
and straining so weakenedme Busiest Best !
ONE CENT A WORD. coughing Biggest >t.
!1\\ ia; administer the ordinance of -\ ,
__.____ _H'_' ____. .____ _ that I run down in weight from ,
--- --- 'I I ism at theo\ e of the evening serrice. IIS to 92 pounds. I tried a number --- ,,

I -1'. __. _.. __ I II' VAN 1'EI-everaIprron.ofchtr.: 1\ of remedies to no avail until I used .1 ,
.uv d.backi'.j acter and K'>'>>1 reputation in each One Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles

tuLkIlg: : lIlm"- I tate (one m this county required: ) I' GermanLutheran.German of this wonderful remedy curedme They Speak .
.. to represent and adverti-e old established f
I 1' .. 1 11 111 ihl1l'll/l/ entirely of the cough. strengthened
I"" ; : I. iiil for the reU. wealthy bu-iues liou-e services at 10:30: a. m.; my lungs and restored me to my

". U. K. of solid flnancialVtandin;?. faliry: : Sunday normal weight, health and strength.
: S or I nglibh; services at 7 p. m.;
.. t21 00 weekly with exppn-es additional John Sheppard.Sid-
: .1. K Cleuirtit.. Lenten Hargis Pharmacy for Themselves !
and all !;idioool at 0 a. in. German !
S J 1. ._-..,. L 2if-tf dayable: in ca-h Kahn. @
-. -. direct each \Vednesdiy from head '.service every Wednesday at 7:30; : p. m. I ney .

". .Ins;. allSl'rs"to ollicts. Horse and carriage fur- CAS ,="OnXA. We let thorthirtaCollare! *Man :

I :,('arln left hin.l 1.I-hetl when necessiry. Refer-I The: Church cf Christ. I p Kond M Ie AiiY: p.. .. \
PllCf-s. Encloseelfadilreel Iars -] Culls we LiunJfr speak for \ ;
tunic *! td res- ; : envelope.
:'lams, 227 North JoIoUal Co., Caxtou II Church of Christ corner of Alcaniz 3&n;rLt:-fl-J-# the1l1"! he,. They will talk louder j-fj Ii

Hid!.. 0XVAN iictro- { :anti Jackbon streets-Uille school I 1---- -'- .1 :iu we can. \Ve want to he ja Iged '>1'

IKL)-All kliuli of eti.pty beel 'o i'.;L4::45; a. in.: pn-achins: at 11 a. m. andTSit note Dr the work we do than by *T'l;

-. I bottle r4. A. Kriedmui. 119.tJl' :: p. m. byV.. T. Tracy of Viola. HICMfSTEH-a ENLSHEniSYRQYAL:: what we say.

1'01 NI .. I' renn.prajt-r xnt'vting! Wednesday at r PiLLS
- .Splendid)! chance fur men to learn har- I .
J Keys. Owner | h..r trade. Years of apprenticeshipfcaved '::3n::' p. ra. Song practice at evening I 4' """'tI.u'.:.(I"orl..1. ......,I.<.h.IH| Only I ..Ii-honul.. ... ,........ : rfee.j
I'lllin this service begins at 7:15 o'clock.! Come t\C-J.\ ; 10. ..1I11.1I..1 ii'-. } 'sLl.ll ALL WORK c. o. D. Mi Caliefl for nl! DsliTEroi
at ..
;; ) l>y our method of st :aol)' prac- \\I" ''';'i I. |;t t> ml l.,,1.1 ... ...1. b.I.. .,
.. .
"i"'iy and )la.1MONEY I i('e and instruct ion. Tools diplomas :[mol join us in these services.Christian. '.c l'w.grr." .flhbfl.... .b.lllu""no uLf DO .I h..n.I Itu Jnoll TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. '
.MT'f iHisitions board ami ; I r-l- I..... hsy of ,..r 110.11' .r .-.II e..dT o.
Sr 1..11'.1.. r..lo."I I.'IDI"
given. Catalogue mailed free. .ml'Kelli-f fur *.I!..."... Utter.b, r.v WALKER INGRAHAM -
Z-f ltiai.. s.' Manager. :
'u.1..11. IO.OIIM ot Hbj
Moler College New Orleans, La. .1I1....-,..,. 4 bU-hrIrr<<< t.Pml..1 4'.. :
TO LOAN :'i;-4 t* Central Christian Church No. Ifi ..........,'.11 I" b.dI.... !.U.e. I'UIL.\. Cl. .

I East Runiana street-Junior Chris- .
( S i- nable: terms aud $I.Ulil' Stock General; Merchandise to I J. A- VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT. !
\\1'] echanpe fur Florida property.(1 linn Kndeavor at !9 a. .m.: Sunday ST.\n; I1:\ r

.1 \\". HfLLAUD. I dress 15OK :24.:! Frankfort Ind.9mlm!. school at 10 a. in.; Y. 1' S. C. E. at ..
Marie! under 'timi :Si.rhnptcr; lll.'i.: Laws S VAN PELT BROTHERS
S j I' i'!. ,v. p-SaiN.:: I I
11 a. m. ot
_. of .tliirnlH showing tli niiiuunl ,
J A w 5'! ---
S 1.-p\ t1wer. i -- tn\esrlmrii'd t<> tli" tnx collt-rtor Ks: -
WANTED) more pupils( ni-Bbck l'1I11I1I11Il''lIlIly. Kloritln. to bf collected for GARDEN STREET GROCERS
and XX lute." liy thi-i ei-stcm Universalist.cpecidl the tax yenr IKil ami the apportionment I..f .1
MONEY TO LOAN any bHint to th.> 'fverftl fund* fur which such
oue can learn to diaw anythingthry Services Tomorrow-Rev. tn"ihaw l..'fn IfVifit incluilliii! poll tax Havp Received Hince the Holidays Fresh Line of .)

(I '. ....r...-. \\IC''I1 wi-h. any ..izt>. Even children F. A. Uisbee l>. 1)., editor of the t'ni- \\ ilh county .schfM lax: I (
ten old cm learn. EvervrUil Total amount charged to :
'. "tli-r kinds pri-otI'.uitifi !!years endorses it. Coine in !and versalist Leader published in lioston. taxes.....collrrlfd... .. .-.. *7l.";; ITAiiK'lint STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, t

S. I. l' gitra't.'s-c1.' s>ee for yourself. Oti A. MilU-r : Mass.. will preach at the I'niversal'stchurch 1MCI m..... ... .. ... I;T.L'l'l VlKalance

S x. *.\. .\. Ki-ber. : ? ttIJi.) in Saii-bury Jiuildin. Sunday night at 7:30.; Dr. Dis- Fruits Nuts and all the Dclicacacics of th S 1
HflinEXCHANHK .. ... .. ........ 'i'_ '" 'J* : : : JSon.
-jni tt'A.N I bee will also preach Monday night at
_W. I'. .Men- ,I County tax projiir.. ... ... tl'Jfl 5 11mollllt Our ( c'j4 are Arrivill Daily anti you can AUny- Uely on Getting the
-Any: one wanting a the Universali&t parsonage on \ collected to Mar.l t
.\,::rut. Money to Minimer !home in tlin inoJtitains I The pastor of the church will I 7. iwrt .. ... .... .. i-Jr.n 7IAS -i Best Freshest and Cheapest. : ;
t Lilli of iut -ft.-t can exchange in Florida! County school tax ... tn.roll'll
property I at 11
the, pulpit i n Sunday )
:.v. Ulice 112 :Ihtl1I11I..t. occupy '!Amount collected to Mar.
(South: lieon-ia for c-qtul value I .. ......... ....
S usual and her subject will 1.1\11.1. Fi.1l3 11- 3.S15 MCounty
in Asheville, N. C. Will truI.up I o'clock: as Koiul and Bridge VAN PELT BROTHERS ; .1

V ., 1 :M> up t to f !Ri.un> or !Ie-..;. Otl.\. Miller, be "The Lord's Supper, Communion I tax .. .. .. .. *: .:!:>!1 :81 ,
ou unprovedl.ire .
I Amount collected to :'oillr.I .
: ornull Stli-buiv Buick, lenacoa.IlfIm with t'od." -",1\11'1 ..-..-.-... .... ... 1-.;,., ai'ti": ; TELEPHONE NO. 231 .0 t J Jt 31 EAST GARDEN ST. I

i':tie cf intereit, 1 I County r'me aud Forfeit ., "
.. ... .. .. .... ,: :
I'.iook*. attorney F( t 4tII. tire Tnx I .1\11'\ '7Ainriunt n .4..
.: I First rni\ersali.-t church. East collector to .Iar.I .
S j' L&fo.t., Fi-ht-t 7. IWU .... <....".">.-, :." -.. Iff 73fountv
:3ml ini FOIiALE1'lie mot desirable !]. Chase street. Kev. Mrs. Athalia L. J. I llnntl Tax :,O'T (.8 fl
---- lots in the city on easy terms, by l'asloruhjl at 11 a. m. Amount collected to Mar. STA DAHDVms\ / EY
> Uo you j.eeU rhe Ki-her Real E-tate Air nl'v. ..lahI ..... ........ .. .. .. .. .. :!.II.-! $ 11:1 '1\
tu l'orrow any South 1'alafox. It-tlm' Sunday: "school, at 10 a. n.; V. P. C. i I
to"IJ011 t''"t 2.i4\ . Balance. ... .. J t.Wi ,*
5- -
.' r.ite Ji.vut i; < > iMUS. > 0:30:: p. m. bible study XX'ednesday! A. M. MCMILLAN.I Old! i in Cases cf 4 full Quarts: at S3.29 per mi
? leal I .. -_. -- : _. .. i at ;:;;0 p. m. The public! is cordially I "F. >I..1 jerk 1'iroiiit Court t .
f"veJ --- --- --
city hy i:. H. itimou. U. C.
'A'n Fi-hcr rf.luti. SAHA1I KKIUNK-Munufje-: : invited to attend these services !
e4'2 I
turer and dealer in Hair : 1:0; \\"JJ IEY:; i- di-tiIlf-d at the Nelson Co.
1. 5- H ,it*. Toilet Articles Houd"'I I and the pastor is always glad to m- t-t !: sr.\1 t\H.H: : Ithe Ky., Ii-tilltry, and H fully matured in wood 0

.. ,' i after the benediction. It i U ab-olutely and not ex
D' rrow money, in- I'll' Ji'JVe. t .("overtim.. street. : strangers bottling.
.r.- jour propertyi" --- --- I Made un,ler ,.ection :S. 'haPt"r 4115, Laws in quality by any Whi-fcpy {If the same age : I

:- of title, huy ur nO'III- I Christian Science. of IHinduhoning collector thrt amount of Ktrvniiiikcountv. of taxtsclmriiol matter where produc(>d. The Royal Standard I
to thn lax
'. r"lJt property ol ;I Foil UK NT:" In ,7'p-7hou-e>nildI i Special strvices wil be conducted Homlii. to liffolln'tffl for the tat ht years old when bottled, and, considering II
.1. have rents col. u K on ground lloor, one store and I !'..'- anil npportioi.incut of'a me to excellent quility, i is the cheapest whiskey in I !
I : by Judge W.O. Ewin;::. Christian Hit sf\rr.kl rud.lur willed mob taxes barb'en market that As and jf
jtllcess.KUAUDINU beverage
t.txes ateiid"d to, lIlltce ; ou ftlOIlO iloor, three ( at price. a : as r
1 .- Thoi.C.VatM>uIH I f h:1I! I, Scientist; at the IVnsacnla Library Ii ki-imol u-viej tax:, including poll tax vvltb county an absolutely pure -tiinulaut, there j is none better. I

It and urauce -=--- at 11 o'clock. The public is 1'utRlllllluunt charged to Shipped in caes, containing no mark whatever to I
IIour.tllI/ I4)I.e. i Sunday tax.., ....... ........ ... t74f.l25 indicate contents. If purcha-er. upon examining: I
"":'I, Kla. Charge! invited. rollcctrd to
.5' >-ryoiie who buys HOt'SK at Wheeler cordially 'foIIiIIUII"unt March T, !:.>;I. ....._ ._.. 1'. .111:! the whi-key is not ati-Ced with the quality be
'.-'S will lend mo aeyi'y Spriugi, Mary Ether, Fla.. Mrs.Condon i" can return the ime at our expense and money
\\ Salvation Army.
__' "111.1 q hniUNU .: Si" proprieires. All the Balance .._ j .vis.> :\01 will be refunded.
is cordially invited to attend --- All should be either
Everyone orders accompanied by
comforts of home at very reasonable :
Coanty tax proper .... .. $19f>It.:2 \
\\ TlU.W. the Barracks on IIGHTARSO postofflce order, bank draft or
rate. Northern tourists" will the meetings at Amount collected to M \r. t currency money express -
\ find this an ideal place to spend a I street. Holiness meeting .. JI'iI ... 4\11'1 : i-ll.'I2 IV money order. We refer to First National
.. \ ( ) IE\ from f'orlloofth."pq-fln. 12'ilmItli.MOVA i'UeUeaohe County school tax .... .. "SI,1-: ** O>:i I LANDM Bank or any merchant in Pensacola.
at oncf to ;prein { Sunday at 11 a. m.; Junior class meeting Amount collected: to Mar.

..- ih-j tiovtruApply _._ 14. I Salvation meetings 7. ivuj .. ...._ j"1- 28 1'111 2J: I sreFi./t
--- at 2 m. '
S p.
to B. L. DIAMOND, the tailor. has re- I i every night at S oc'loci In the Barracks County tax.road and. .bridge.. 114/4901 S. A. FRIEDMAN, 1;
> t'oires. Inst.
moved to lllj West' Governmentstreet I : Amount collected to Mar. I J
t''"Jar Kipidi. 1.1. oppo-ite Express office, : : open airs at 7 p. m. 7,113 S 770 "5>- K '7G5 Sou ; PKOPKIETOK. PESSACULA, FLA.

t dtw1utravel % where lie prepared: to clean! repair County tina and forfeiture -
.. .... .... 4 oH "'I
Seamen's Friend Society.The I tax .._ I (
1 I an l col-- and ladies' and a-entle-
< press
m"unl collected H. P. O. BOX 41$. TKLKI'HOXE: 178ftfl
i.unufaciuror. Rigc.'ssary. lI1..n'"' t"llor| | Ulips"ita. 16jamI Seamen's Friend Society wWI 1 ;, 7, M3 .... 1.131: 12- 3K551j

I j i County bond tax ..?....... i !..9'II S)
: $30 per I-e. lIiit-iit- I hold religious services at 3U p. m AnboUfltCOlleCtedtO Mar. .

\.H'ties; Self aJ'IT H.ALFMAN, umbrella maker, 315 I Sunday in their reading room or L ..I\<"3 ...... 754: '-"- ,1757i AR10_ hAndle every cla=s of Liqnora nold, Ja

rfy.; SuporinH South Palafox street. Re-cover- South Palafox street, in the cornel Balance: ___ ';II.5IiO mL i: ulk .)r bottle, wholesale rr retail at prices thai

:0.5:., Chicago. ins and repairinof: umbrellas and building north of the Scandinaviat I A. 1(. tC\i: 11.1.\5:. are way down.
3: ols Silk Court. I
para! a specialty. covers f EAL.l Clerk Circuit -
always on hand. jan 3 church. Seamen and citizens of al]( By; B. 11. JSt; UOlf.1J..C. AGENT FOR THE: FAMOUS PA35T 8EERJv.


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t Solid South. PENSACOLA'S Chris Thieseo

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i NEW RAILROAD .. .. IN...NI......
In the staid South where reside the best *..... > > 1!
tonse-keept-rt earth, the 6&lef "GOOD -- 011ry t .t t \''", 1plc I VALUE
; ;';@)i. .. One Block Wet of Palafox.
LCCK" exoeedj that tl all other Baklug Fowlers The Jacksonville Miss.) Clarions
Ledger has the following: concerning I .. r : KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF
: combined. TLis would not be unliss 11 .
I .
I the proposed Pensacola Meridian and .
made better bread Ulan other brand railroad, which is being i .

Northwestern worked: up by St. Louis and Mississippi i (Orleans
RIt.mond.'Iriinla.. capitalists: Grocery, i r PURE8T[ I LIQUORSI
"Secretary Power has recorded the On the tcp line: ; the j p .

.--.--- -- charter of the Pensacola, Meridianand I i JAMES McHUGH, Prop. tI I

.IN.....f..........10NfI Northwestern Railroad, find at the bottcm. Just .,

i I SOCIAL ECHOES i It of Louis is Meridian,incorporated Henry, M.\\'. Delahut'by". John'. and compan"j, :\ll1rra.1,' I ROAST OCOFFEES I It i I I Faiily or Uioal Use longs as 'tis such: an ext v -*:;.*v

F. Smith, of St. Louis, Henry M. Coud- \SD .
*.......fN1..f.*f*N.1... ry and Murray F. Smith, of -+ +- : FOB ONE while the VALUE :;t 1 e

A peasant bay party was given yesterday '. burg "iCKs'l i tt BLENDED TEAS at i ihe Sailor Lan

afternoon by Miss Paisve liver "The line of tie proposed road in i or man'l all.

w on the Columbia, the use of which was I this state shall cross the Alabama: line ; I

tendered her by Mr.V.. IJ. Wright. The I near the city Meridian and run in a : OUR SPECIALTIES. I I I i It's a Ladies' Lace Shoe

party started: at 2CO: tl.e rain in no northwesterly direction, either to the a t _- -- --- Swedish Punch, Danish Aquaril, J

way depressing the spirits: of the merry town of Winona or the town of Grenada : 1w German Kummel and other brands :
rJ) spring heeled, patent ar_
crowd, many officers making a or the town of Water Valley, -1S i of importedVines and Liquors. I
pleasant! addition to the local party. thence to some point on the Tennessee / .
S I e Here only you will find the N. C. real dressy toes, and t -
Delicious refreshmentsere served, main line between the lines of the : OE2 _
Bowen Kentucky Whiskey, 21 i
."t11s're made at the different ships Illinois Central and: the Kansas City. I ; r o) years

and a thoroughly good tin.e was en- Memphis and Birmingham railroads, -' m 8.. old. I II I

: 'rb! I! or if desired I, shall run south of the ;, .S IJJ C! oo a. VjlhaJla: Draarh, corner Garden ; Common Sense sty, :.
Ii lint of the Illinois Central towards the j i I 1w = 6 street end l"th aenre.Vt'lH ;,
..ln'lout! :; dinner was gha TUurs- ? Z are
of Memphis. | :D
city 0 ------ I
'. of the officers! of
(: ui.ig to some i 4i -t
"Tl.f tenainal points of said proposed S -
r ,. :. '. I o z \cllcs-l\allll\ \ i,
in 0 COmplfiT
I road are the city oi Memphis LLI to ,-J m O } I II II
l he state of Tennessee, and tUcit\' .... I .r .. I I
WIND EUCW THIRTY \| of I'eusaeola, iu the state of Fljriua. I j e d 'C 0* >LF!'ALE AND RETAIL
. I L!. 4' .
. MILES AN HOUR TODAY.tatluT ; to run in the most practical I r.
-- I from one of these joints to tL other Q 5DIFFERENT
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\\' Observer liumiemejer Issued with a branch to the city of Mobile, in C for

the following bulletin this morning the state of Alabama. I i Z n TJn 1.
I -+ Fancy and Staple Groceries. !
: I ''It will! cross the state line between I ,

j The disturbance, central jestorday I Mississippi and Tennessee near the :. J "I- SQ ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE I

over Louisiana, has progressed but north center: of DeSota county, and Z : FANCY GOODS.

slowly to the eastward and appears to I the state line between Mississippi and .. .: I 1. j I I WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS : STYLES

be central this morning over the delta Alabama at or near the line between --- ;, FOR WEST FLORIDA FOR THE ,

of tie Mississippi.: The rain caused Clarke and Wayne counties, and the i HIGH CRADE CROCERIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL i CELEBRATED I I

: by this storm during the pastt I Irr. proposed line in this state will pass I II
I :Cafe du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home I Ii
E hours has been confined principally: to in the most direct practical route between i jj Feed Stuffs of All Kinds. jtj | I Molasses, Illini and Climax Flour, I

the ]lower Mississippi valley: and to I these points of crossing the { Baylels Delicatessen, German-Ameri- i ...HI ...

.ji:I east Gulf states: ; but the rain area lines of this state. : PHONE 105. I can Food Company's Canned Meats,

1\\ is gradually! spreading over south Atlantic I has already Etc., Etc. I
"A preliminary survey N..NNN..NNNf.N.N.NNNN.N/f.NNNI .N
!; ; s-tates. The rainfall at Mobile ; !been made and the promoters state
.Ii has been heavy and exceeded one I that they have the backing of sufficient Auction Salei

i ini-h. The winds have I been compara capital to build the line.

r tivey! light except at Pe-nacola; which ; i $1.00

.1 had a :'imile: wind tlis morning with

t I tl.tI!.fh'rIrm. Changes; in temperature Saturday, March 7, at 4 p. m., I ,
hlLL"t.l slight and unimportant. MARITIME.

and continuing I
; Local Forecast for Today -- TWO SALES DAILY, II

Kr.ia tonight and Sunday; variable Cleared. I PAIR.Meyer .
': Gurrica !"::*) a. m. and I p. m, until Entire Stock is
4 winds, mostly east to southeast. Span's Riojano, C"'o7; by iOldl1tCOHEN'S
: x
: Cull Transit Co. lor Havre with 4"J I

WILL PHOTOGRAPH I 1 tons bunker coal, valued at Jl.4m :3 r Bon Bons and Chocolates.

a: W. Barry of nis\ile! and L. S.r ,

Glover of LHtroit, L & N. railroad. Steamships.Aureola # W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, tl 43 Houth Palafox St. I II

i' photographers; are in the rity. These I Fr S5, Christopherson. lj"S, : I
r Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St In Large or Smnll Lots to hurt Buyers
kJ gentlemen, as soon as the weather I Uostjn: to I'en:::acola Lumber Co II 1 | Presents Shoe Co

will! permitul! take views' of the bat- Dora Ur ss. Colliding, m3. New
L, f F TOMS Ancti nrer
] ,
." tlcthip squadron now in. port, which I 'i'ork to Gulf Transit Co ,
will be used for advertising; punio- Durango, Span ss, Quintana, 2237,
hi OF BASEBALL TOMORROW.The A GREEK MERCHANT: On account of going Inn new bimlnpcj
by the 1. & N. railroad.: .'l'lIa\n to Sutherland-Innes Co < thlsentrrestorkmust be sold luimrdiatly Feet Furnishers fur Cavil tint)
t\ I regardieseofl'aluesanditareKargmnaran
I .' Indnna, P.r ss, Carruthers, _S71, Al. liarras. Theo. Johnson and! Oscar | lie bad at these sale A.M.CoHKV

f f,;: "l HAS A LIMIT ][i'hiladelphia to F. O. Howe & Co. Giants held a meeting last nightto Miller cr'ol's're before Mayor Lumber.

( 'hII Nith. Ir! ss, Sturenhen 14S9, arrange for a game with the Atlanta Jones this morning on the charge of i 2x1 scantling, Jo per thousand. 102 South Palafox St.

1} E'jt the Pcuver cf Pure Food is Sel-j I ]:CinKston to nix M. Robinson battleship team tomorrow, and it disorderly conduct. They were each ::xi: scantling, $r C per thousand

dcm Exhausted. I Ii Virgin: de Loud res, Span ss, Echelarria was decided not to charge any admission sentenced; to ten days in jail, but the !1 Other items in proportion. Call and

::1 f S! !! There is of course a lima to the : 1 1:':;:;", Vera Cruz to Pensacola sentence was suspended during good i !'(1.ts.ltj.Imo.. I i
fee on account oi this being the : :\ mEKLLL'IBIJt CO.
;'J c.iraiiuabilities! ) t-vtn of pure food Lumber CoVhiua. jeha\ior. I
It. {
II I. but it is a fact that this is M-ldom'': ;pan ss. Iluiz, 19S3. first game of the season. These three boys and a number of ,

t. i i rearhi'il.! There are cases of diseaset.i ,, I IIt EO to Gulf! Transit Ciitrlstim. -> santia'i The Giants have added! a couple of others make: a habit of loafing around -M( Wf( (\iViViViWi'( ( ( "' C\ 1\ (\ !\ ({ (\, (\ II

I } .!ifp ro-itwl that thiy will never li'iuh ss, ; new menho will make their first Le fruit store of a Greek named Glr, llllllllllllr'

It l I.e cured. I I Havana to II. l'iars ,v Co appearance on the diamond here to- roe at the corner of Government and
i" I
I''I It is nevertht'.ess; ; a rofoltlll fact North Sea ];r ss, Stephens HISS, morrow. The following players will Jarcrlona streets for the purpose of CRAY COOPJL& RADER- I

,; .! that the pure food Crape-Nuts, them Havana: In 1'cnsacyl.t Lumber Co I he in the game tomorrow: Oliver, playing tricks on the proprietor. I istlight ,

i I .ist pr'untif.c fnCl.I in the world, has !! lau Sano, Span PS, Guerrica; 20S'\ :an('hez, Moore. Ladd. Harris Uieker, ; they carried their pranks loo

. cUcctcd marvelous results in cases i( Galveston for bunker coal Sullivan Pine Swift. Searritt: Whistler far. The proprietor becameery angry NEW STORE A 3h:

i t where nn-dical science has liven; upj; Irmard Horn Ger; ss, Moller, fl CS, ; and Boyton. when he started to close his placeof
I Ir
I', Use iiffpn'r and it seemed there was St Cu-orge. to II. llaars & Co business by btin< unable! to find SKIRTS. ***

r no Lure.'ettran, of the Civil \Varore !! Ships. the patent "remo\able" doors to the Light; Weight Siscillian, $3.50 to $7.b0 **>:
1-:: Etamine. $3.50 to 7.50 ...MKI, III'".
It not Yllla1 "t'it i* j Caraua. Ital Fhip.Cosla, 14SS, Cape ANOTHERCITY building and made a general clearingof Wash fckin <. .75c to $2.00rfS)1) **>

:I nearly IK years since Apjianiatoxl II j Town to order the boys, about his establishment White W :.-' -. latest effects, *
and when the 4il health comes to one1 i ii. Kills; County, Br ship, :(ICI, Salter EDITOR 50c to $3.50 t>e,
I i. of the soldiers he has not the assistance i Kin Janeiro to order TAKE NOTICE.To White WaUt!: Suits $1.50 to $4.50 q
him pull whom it may concern: DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. N :
<1 of youth to help I ohn('. P.r ship :\1 ill ielp, 1C1S Cal
feeding can On and after this date all Resolutions Bleached Cotton, 12 yds lit:,
i through.! Hut I cutta. to F. O. Howe i: ('o for $1.00. ..-
Cards of Thanks, Excursions ar
' actually rebuild\ olJ bodies and gen 1 1I Indus Ital ship Oneta, 1111. Marseilles Dright's Disease and Diabetes Forest Mills, soft finish, 14 yeards to>>
tll'm'I.'n.! An old sal Entertainments to whim an admis \'\ife! for $1.00. a
build :
I,1)) orally to order Arc Positively Curable. ) a I(
\ noln'! at pulse Idaho sion is charged, and simi'ar notices '.l Indian Head Domestic, two qualities ?
Od.lere, Nor ship, Sars 1CCO: Durban 4Ile\ ai
I 10 and 14c yard.
, will be charged for at regular zdven
:t'1'I. says: to F. O. Howe & Co 10-4 Fepperell Sheeting, 22'/2e' yard. i
.'1. -I am an old soldier.! 1 have suffered ?aea: Nor ship, liana. 1221 I, Montevideo Ffiltor EngrUr, editor and proprietor at tin : tiling rates. Unbleached Sheets 40c each 4a

I' greatly tram heart trouble, hypertrophy to master rallfornla JOlrulIe German paper of 4JMeLtgoiwrr Beach! Sheets, 45c each ?
and aneuriiiu In addition ------ St., S.n Franclwo, loterrUwwl: It Saved His Leg.P. miow Cases 10 and 12/2c( each lit;
Barks Q.-Will you help ui convince the purple Hut BOY'S PANTS. A
I to this 1 had terrible, indigestion I Ailvokat Bchiander, Nor bk. Madsen. Erighf DI..e..... and DUtx.f 1 v.hich} rausetl smothering and choking curable by reierrlng to suffered for six months with a frightful .
i! .-, Algoa Day to order your reoovery 150; pair Coronot, best value to ...\\'" -.
; I'} : spells and I have also been par. ....-I've told it to a great many mynclf,andK running sore on his leg; but be found. . . ,50 cents. :@--) JIllBOY'S ::>
A\iemore, Nor bk, Hansen, IOU, of
DIe them profiled ty it ant was curvd.
t tially paralyzed in the left shoulderand writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve CLOTHING.New "I-; .:
Rio Janeiro to orderAttivo Q.Do.L:1D1l: ago won It IA
side. While at a friend'shouse wholly cured It In five days. Foi and complete stock from $1.25 III(
I: 1 right I -About six years sea I was.o tIt with "
Ital bk:, Salvatore, CHes- to $5.00. .
1 ,I one time I tried C.rapo-Nuts as : sina order Crlgbf* IJh.ea..u tbat tho doctor tiling unablE Ulcers, Wounds, Piles, It's the best "" ........ -J" ... IQJFISHER .
r ,'I a breakfast dish and liked it so well: i,i to \ to help me, aJrUed me as a last resort that I salve' in the '\\x rld. Cure gauranteed
Carlo p, Ital bk. Doffe. 1G73 Montevideo try some of the bprlnf Before going I beard
that I continued to use it. i'I to orderChristiane I of the Fulton Compound and took It and didn't Only 25 cts. Sold by W. A. D'Alem BUILDING, COR. PALAFOX & INTENDENCIA STS

" "Here is the result and it sel'ms'i tore to go. I began to get better, and kept uo berte, druggist, 121 South Palafoj
recovered the with It till I was finally as well as eVil.QAnr
r! : marvelous:paralyzed I have shoulder; and arm Hay to Southern States Lumber Co symptoms of a return of lit street. I If\f\f)) ff'J ))T'J f)) V\f\fmm )) V\J V\) ';;
use of my Gregoria Ital bk, Olivari, 847, Ten- A.-None, alttougn I don' permit a year tc -s
and my right side is, greatly improved pass without taking Borne of It. THIS MORNING'S I
digestion; is almost as good: as ever riff: to order Q.-You say you told others POLICE COURT RECORD ;
f t 1 my and 1 have not had a smothering I GTS, Br bk, Ljungber; Simons A.-I told Ctarles F.Wacher of 131 Sivtb St \ A GREENHUT & CO
I Town to order about tt on learning be bad dlaoetea. He took'n
I used the food There were ten cases tried in thE
J or choking;::; spell since I Lady Penrhyn. Nor bk, Andersen, and b welL I told a weli-V>do German ,
I 1 sleep peacefully without nervous, I lady aCllcied with Bright' Disease. She police court this morning, of whirl "

1 starts, 1 do not tire f-O easily, my hand ..;}. Savannah to order I had been to Europe for treatment wittiest re three were discharged and the suspension 1! .WHOLESALE GROCERS

! and less tremulous and thespel'.s I Madonna de Pompeii, Ital bk, mit.] She, too, took it and got well I've tolda of sentence in four others ... ,
is firm :
1 : I Sturle 731, Havana to Rosasco Bros great many. I know these Compound to be I III i
of faintness once very bad have ceilaln cures In Bright' Disease and Diabetes. The fines aggregated $25. '
i Thomas:: Ital bk, Lauro, S09, Naplesto Nos. 102 104,106 East Government St PENSACOLA, FLA.
; 1 entirely. Food cannot cure It la no Incredible that one bag to be cured to London Wright, colored, was fine ,
I ( ;1S(<
f masterJ. be eonTlaced, amt It <
but even then 6104 on est - ------- -
,hat oannot bo cured of course $10 on the charge of indecency.
t J. H. Marsters, Br bk, Frank, 591,, tlowly.Medl. LUMBER CREX AMERICAN GRASS CARPETS
has FOR
this I know that :
II Belize to L. N. Railroad Co.
I brjucht me rest and freedom from nl worn agree( that Brlcbfi! Disease! Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer'I Call on BEEKMAN LUMBER AND LINOLEUM, FINEST
and Dl.bete. are Incurable, but ef
j pain and deliverance from the ter, Barkentines. poiltlTelj rccorcrlD under the 1111too per! cent Com-are Swamp-Root, the great kidney, live:F CO for estimates before placing THING ON EARTH FOR YOUR\:
11. C. Grable, Dan Lktn,1SS, Cardiff poundj. (CommoD forms of kidney complaint and bladder remedy, are beiup die; your orders for lumber. dl6lmHudgins'
rible smothering spells."I and rheumatism offer but tnort resistance.) tributed here from house,free. Hay HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE.
at to H. Baars & Co Prtce/Ulfor tbe Brighfa Disease and II50: for
four :
label for his
two to 5
use the Diabetlo Compound. John J. Fultoa Co. you received one? new style RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTON 4
a meal with milk, a little sugar and Schooners. tiu Montgomery St.,San Francisco, sole cons cent cigar will interest you.
pounde .. Free tests made for intcnpUre
deal depends Er sch Sweeting" Scrofula is a bad thing to inherior t QUINA.
i a raw eg;. I think a great Mabel Darling. pamphlet mailed free.
upon the regularity with which Dunmore Town to master acquire, but there is this about it-- Hot French Waffles with

the food is (l3t<,n." Name furnished by Governor Blake, Br sch, -, Grand HANNAH BROS., Hood's Sarsaparilla completely cure s Florida Cane Syrup at Try Gunther's Candies at

rostum Co., Cattle Creek, Mich. I Cayman to Jno. A. Merritt & Co Agents for Pensacola. ..even the worst cases. Solomon's. I Solomon's.



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