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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 16, 1903
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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

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Luilefield and Lieu I needed PEOPLE WERE AMAZ- tED
to words to tell a story

.-. P.erry enjoyed a I WILL PLAY THREE EXHI I- which
came to light
rear Bajou Texitr
New Orleans la-t
TION GAMES NEXT MONTH.' i !last afternoon the gruesome discovert' .
.. their there .
:.j stay .yL
as j being the harribly decomposed
t,; Saturday has the fui- of .. -I
..rLW body a man his clothing
a ,
'.1 about gone and the features being in
., I.iftlefield.: Pay Inspec- A pennant baseball team from } such emaciated stalk, as to laf.
(.Atlanta Journal.) rOn :t.
:::aes Navy, and l'a Milwaukee! 1'i is., will be ia Poiisa- fle i identification.The .

'j.. X.rthtl.1utie SCIllad.1 cola during the early part of April a magnificent train of two Pull 1
body was found: just at the
.1' Prubaco'a, Fla., under and will play three exhibition games ,. \ .. man palace cars ana four palace ,

,,i Admiral lligginsoa, .at the local diamond. The games eastern end of the rairoad trestle stock cars J. II. Moore, of Chicago \

M.. city last night and was will probably be arranged with naval spanning Bayou Texar. It was lying the millionaire owner of the Rock .f
,i-urs I at the St. CharlesII. I' teams, which will add spiciness to ,4 under the shades af a clump of magnolia Island system, rolled into the union T

depot this morning after a record- k
accumpanied by jhe
was .
trees on a knoll overlooking the.aL .
.at Robert S:?. Berry, one of The Wisconsin players have been breaking run over the West Point ;f
and to the best
judgment of those
", lli.zeiason's aids and SurM. r ordered to report Nashville! Tena., route from Montgomery to Atlanta. ;jf

\ Faumleroy, of the United on March 21 for position assignment CROMWELL GIBBONS, OF DUVAL COUNTY. who saw the remains they had been Surrounded by a coterie of attendants 7-

teams-hip Scorpion which and initial training. They will! there a week or ten days. No signsof this multi-millionaire railroad '
As the time for the meeting of the state legislature approaches
-:d to transport: the command I within: a few days thereafter be al speculation violence" were found'anywhere but owner travels in the very height of T
I as to who i.. to lie UK sptaki-r of the house increases. Among the I JC
the fleet to Mobile, Ala., where IHn'llI e-rfect freedom until about one object found needed no comment. I modern luxury. His private car and !
several aspirants for mat important position, who have been mentionedso
vpt-eted to take passage on the the first of June and rather than po Ly the side of the dead nan lay a that of his attendants are among tho :'f
far. probably Lone stand a better charge of getting there than the .*
whip Hartford, in charge oi back: to the city made famous by bottle, which contained a small handsomest in the world and the
lIon. Cromwell Gibbons of Ca'i'ity. He possesses in an eminent de
tat Commander Reeder.lefield Schiltz they have decided to (occupy amount of wh'iskey. A conclusion was cars used to transport his magnificent '
free the (realities required in a pro-siding" cfleer. He is an able lawyer,
1 occupies an enviable the intervening: time in the South at once reached that his last penny string of horses are the, most
and was judge of the municipal court of Jacksonville for a number of
"!: the sen ice. lie has ex- playing ia several cities a number of had been spent for the liquor, he had luxuriously appointed that money _"I

,',nil of the paymasters of times, among which are Mobile, Pen- years drank his fill and had slept the sleep can buy. Mr. Moore is on his I
Mr. Gibbons has served several and national
as a delegate to stale :
of the Atlanta and' Savan way from New Orleans to Hot ,i
"i (fleet, consisting saeolti: Agusta, that knows no waking.
conventions and was a member of the platform! committee of the last national -
:,Miips Indiana Ala- nah. Three games are intended for From the man's clothing it is judged Springs, Va., where he goes for
democratic contention at Kansas -City. lie began as a 1
-'setts! Kearsarge, II- each of the cities named and transportation poor that he was a marine and it is pleasure. In travelling over the l"

>ee')nd-class battle- i has alread been obtained to young man to practice his profession in Jacksonville and has by hard supposed he broke his parole for the country he carries with him !a.twentfi'e .
I earnest work and close application been essrul. lIe has friends
", cod cruiser Allanof each of the points. To each gamea suc many last time from of the of the finest horses that .
one ships now :!
and strong backing, and if elected he will be of the in this 'F
one youngest .'
be rb be used for his
other vessels. small admission fee will charged here. Several descriptions of desert I can bought

: Kearaarge, and to pay the travelling players expenses _state.._to_occupy. __the__ speaker's. n chair. ._ __ .. ___ ers are now held by the police! and own personal 'driving and riding. Ha JL I': 4
on of manhood. 'l hey are pennant winners, -- --- --'- some are considerably overtime. He has a number of grooms and attendants .

.' here for pleas- 'tis said though hailing from the "AIN'T is thought to have been one of these. I for his horses, and they have !

.' ,r. ui5hed pay great beer city, and it remains fur the CILLESPIEIS DAT A People near the bayou said yesterday orders not to talk to any one. None <:

i.M>l.ination of his local teams to give them all they are that they bad seen the dead ut the horses owned by Mr. Moore .11:!

a number of looking for in the way of opposition ttranger; in thevicinity about ten days arc racers, or rather none of them :

'. < ins with whom I should games be arranged here. DOMINO MEASLY SHAME"DEPARTMENT before and that he had attracted a are used for racing purposes. It 13

-'t'.': time. I was great deal of attention by said that one of the animals that is _:1;

-rsions; but ,my HAVE FINISHED: --- breaking bushes and acting queerly owned by Mr. Moore was seen at *jr

.\ w.fon board theo THREE BIG TARGETS CHIEF OF ENGINEERS LEAVES RESCINDS AN ORDER otherwise. lIe was two days in the the horse show In Atlanta last fall, r _

,i- li'nwn up in Ha- neighborhood and disappeared not but this could not be verified, a3 ?b

\..ars ago. This is Three large; marine targets, purposed WASHINGTON FOR f THE: PURPOSE FOR BATTLESHIP ILLI- being seen until( yesterday. Mr. Moore, as well as his entire Yj;!

.' ;. magnificent! : place I to represent ships of hostile OF INSPECTING GULF NOIS TO DOCK AT NEW OR- Coroner Wolfe went out and viewed party outfit, refused to talk. :

i i-ure hours. Mr. nations at sea hive been completedat Chas. A. Wickersham, president of
the remains; seeing no need of a "j
i 1.1 !i.!:. roy, I am surd, Tort Pickens and testing the skill! FORTIFICATIONS.General LEANS. jury ordered the remains turned over the Atlanta and West Point railroad

of at that important army called at the of the but
i jaunt, and, gunners to the undertaker for interment. Undertaker car magnate; t

Ill. re I i-s nothing bale will be made as the weather Frank Pou took charge and was told that Mr. Moore was indigo

\ '1-r here." permits. Those targets are of the George L. Gillespie: chiefof The navy department has rescinded burned the body at the county's ex posed and he could not see anyone. -iaf

?; that when Ad. costliest natured tired on, and are engineers fur the district in winch an order that the battleship Illinois pense. Several prominent railroad men who .

another and tossed doc! at New Orleans. Reasons for admission to the were
i.t.\ ,1 i trove Pensa- fastened to one I-Vnsacola is situated, left Washington applied! car :1-
sea for over fite miles They are given are that the river is in such a given the same answer.
tn;: > :scorpion: it to CRIMINAL COURT INSESSION
Friday afternoon on an import
;oa ui joining the then fitted with an imaginary smokestack boistero-is state that it would be unsafe TODAY. The train was stoppped on one of .

tor the trip to I and he big guns are trained ant inspection tour and Pensacolawill for the tine ship to proceed the the outside tracks of the depot andas t

hi, could not tell Ion the imaginary enemy with deadly be one of the places he will one hundred miles, running chances The county criminal court convened soon as it came to a standstillthere .

and the hre Kept up unre- of being thrown upon the banks, was confusion and bustling ac
'iiiral! would! come I acciincy visit. in adjourned session at 0:30 o'clock:
until there is nothing left whirled on a bar or her wheels in- More than a score of men '
I ; tivity.
.'.n :Mr. UttlcfieM mittii.giy General Gillespie proceeds immediately this morning Judge E. D. lieggs, pre.
Alabama port he of the "enemy. These targets are jured in colliding with legs and rubbish siding. alighted and began at once the work ji jiof

,,'d I llagship: in the said to represent an outlay in the to New Orleans where he of which the big river is now The jury was drawn for the week restocking the private car, secur- i j h-
will! Major Craightll, the engineer '
of over join said to be filled. The department for the horses, filling bbl i
I \1.. t illir.gof any construction of each a sum and two criminal cases were takenup. ing pretender .
officer in charge of the work inPcnsacola's loaves it to the discretion of Captain and reservoirs and giving
ItllIj. the gas water
!I.I i* superiors pro- $ William Beebe was convicted of
district. They will together Converse whether the ship will be to \
directions pertaining
;!h1> city He ex- petit larceny and will be sentencedthis
board the lighthouse tender *
1,L;' as he was able ARMY STEAMER POESNAPPED docked or not. Captain Converse of afternoon. The case of Henri the trip from Atlanta to Hot Springs, ,
PROPELLER Arbutus and will begin an inspectionof the Illinois had his vessel at the New-' which began at 12 o'clock. The party II
Hicgiason! would etta Smith for grand larceny was
the important works in progressin Orleans dock one year and six I kSt as the first section; of Southern j
,i"'Ire and to rev I then taken up and will le concludedthis
Poe wnich was harbors along the coast of the .
The ann steamer months ago and knows all the railway train No. 38 ?
'. he made afternoon.
i Miiecs; ordered here from Fort Morgan to Gulf of Mexico. Major Craighillwill if there existing, with
dangers, are
any Mr. Moore inststs on moving
\ urns: officer on Cases several years old against i
Orleans inspection
target practice, assist in the New
assist in the there. lie will not take risks his
any wind. At
the speed of the request .
-,1 when that cele acci- immediately thereafter C. Watson, agent and R. M. Cary for
serious and
suffered somewhat of a with his vessel, at least not until the Atlanta and West Point tracks
UI; the Mississippi dent. While towing the targets; in General Gillespie will start for other doing business ae loan associations '
in the
after the overflow Mississippiriver were cleared for his \rain and Con- 1
in without license and against Alex
\ :.ii'iral Farragut in ,
the gulf the steamer's wheel came points, officially visiting alternately subsides, which will be month ductor E. C. Powell gave the signal ;,
back. Lischkoff for doing business as an
:' years some'object in the Mobile Pensacola, Tampa and Key t
with ,
contact off 'et.In at the
} Ed. Spurlock, who was :
n..l!l remain for aIn auctioneer without license, were set 1
broken. The all the time making use of
II with water and blades were West, the meantime the Crescent for trial Monday, March 3.Several throttle of engine No. 1C, and the '-1
vessel was temporarily withdrawn the steamer he boarded at New Or all sorts of
City people are doing train was brought from Montgomery
re- informations will be filed
i' the service and Friday she was leans. At Key West he will dispense "cha"ngeof and'
.' from talking of the department's to Atlanta in 3 hours 50 minutes.
this afternoon.For
the Florida port placed in dry dock at the navy yardto with the Arbutus and she will returnto base," and pressure is not being This magnificent run included five or f.

I\llent of next hate a new wheel put in. The her home station at the Crescent forgotten to remind the departmentof sit stops. The distance from Montgomery -

Poe will then resume target practice City. The important official will the original promise and'to induce Over Berry: Years to Atlanta is 173 miles.

duties. then begin his return trip to Washington the observance of the first promise.It M RS. WI 8LOW'S HooTHise STECP mlllicniol bal The entrance to all of the private .'w
been used for over sixty yean by
. T.\.cdy Averted. stopping over and giving his is supposed that an arrangementwill mothers for their children while teething cars were well guarded by faithful

nick of time our lit. Working Overtime. official attention to government engineering be finally reached to permit of with perfect luccest. It soothe tbe child attendants, and intruders wen !

0 ,- ..'et!" writes Mrs. W. by work with is now being the ship being docked there insteadof aoftens the gnmallays all pain,cnrei wind quickly hustled away. "Mr. Moor*
Eight hour laws aro ignored ooUc,and U the best remedy for Diarrhoea.
Pleasant! City, Ohio. thoso tireless, little workers-Dr. done and is already completed at having to be sent to Newport It will relieve the poor little sufferer Im does not want his name in the paper

..1 played sad havoc Jacksonville Savannah and Charles York if the New Orleans to give
King's New Life Pills. :Millions are News or New mediately. Bold by Drugglttt In every part and will not allow us any

a terrible cough set and day curing dock is not available. of the world. Twenty-live cents a bottleBe thing out for publication," said on"I
at work, night ton.The
ctors treated him, always Constipation trip of the general' will con- sure you ask for"M n.Wlnslow'i Booth- of the party when he was approachedand ... I
Indigestion Biliousness, Syrup, and take no other kind.
weeks and It will ng
rso every day. At sume about three asked questions In regard to-
all stomach -
Sick Recovered Speech and Hearing.
j Dr. King's Now Dis- and Bowel troubles. Easy, be the first time he has visited the See Hudgins new style of label. the movements of the party after
Liver the Messrs. Ely Bros.:-1 commenced
: -amptlon, and our darlie's at \V. gulf ports since he has become leaving Atlanta.

: now sound and .pleasant, safe, BUTC Only 25c 121 S. official head of the engineer department using your Cream Balm about two TAKE NOTICE.To There seemed to be a certain

r (ly to know A. D'Alemberte's drug store, of the navy. He has been In years ago for catarrh. My voice was
ought I whom it may concern: amount of surprise exhibited by some

:re cure for Cough '. Pal&fox street.TO Pensacola before, however, while I somewhat thick and my bearing- was On and after this date all Resolutions of his attendants that a man travel fling

Lan: ? diseases. Guar A COLI IN O. E DAY holding an inferior position but his I dull. My hearing has been fully restored Cards of Tlianki, Excursions or over the country In a special
.\. D'Alemberte, 121 S. Ct'KE and speech has become quite
'. ,'. and Take Laxative liromoQulnlneTeblet.. All intended, visit is one of paramountimportance I my Entertainments to which an admission train carrying with him just twenty-
Price 60c. 100.
. refund the money II tl Jails to and steps clear. I am a teacher In our town.L. .
< fr...j. drazzliM E. W. UroT8'. signature lion tacb to the place is charged, and simi'ar notices, five horses and only about thirty
cure. BROWN '
G. ,
boi. !:Jo. should be now taken to properly will be charged for at regular advertising men should be the object of com
needs of this stragetic Granger, Ohio.
ANNOUNCEMENT. represent the : rates. ment.
Novels. It will The balm does not Irritate or cause
n P Yasghan has been ap- New point while he Is in the city.

..: "t cf the News at Century. The latest popular copyright novels, be but a day or two before his arrival cts.sneezing.or mailed Sold by by Ely druggists'at Bros., 56 Warren 50 See Hudgins' new label. Quality is what makes price. If

r ,.tvc and receipt for dally a big stock just received atWALKER'S as he has already completed street New York. Burnett's Vanilla Extract was BO better s

";' BOOK STORE.-. the New Orleans inspection. Gen- wouldbe
subscriptions and adver- than other extracts its price
--. and _. 119 So. Palafox Street eral Craighill may be in Pensacola at 5 lOo Try Gunther'g Candies atSolomon's. tried always
a:. keep the News on hand "" c* Hot Rolls, p- m., the same. Once .
j. II .a-tant: at all times. Mil-It I with, his superior officer. doz., tSolomon'i. undo


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Thousands Have Kidney Trouble. RefiaemenT.
Refinement looks ever With dIsap-
FLOOD RECORD and Don't Know it. and needless
proval upon heedless waste -

Bow To Find Ont. extravagance. She carefully

Fill a bottle or common glass with your counts the cost and makes the most

water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a of all material brought to her hand.

OF 1897 PASSED sediment or set- Consideration for: others has made her

tling indicates an watchful uud nothing in her chargeIs
unhealthy condi-
squandered or wantonly consumed.To .
tion of. the kid-

I neys; if it stains vulgar ostentation she firmly refuses "

RIVER IS RISING FAST-SITUATION ,the following stages are probable: U your linen it Is the radiant light of her countenance for infants and Children.

Arkansas City. 51; Greenville -IC, evidence cf kidney but seeks instead the quiet

VERY GRAVECOUNTRYBEHIND and Vicksburg, 50 feet trouble; too nooks, the retired haunts where dwell Castoria i harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare.
frequent: desire to those who know her true worth. The goric, Drops and Soothhig Sjrnps. It Is Plea-ant. It
THE LEVEES DAILY At the latter city the stage tonight pass it or pain In spirit of refinement lives even with contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xaivotitj

i was 4g.:! feet a rise of 0.3 feet since I -- the back is also those whose tastes are simple and pure, substance it destroys Worms and allays 'e\.t'ri..lllw.-..<.
AND HOURLY BEING EXPOSED I Friday night. convincing proof that the kidneys and blad- who make no pretenses, whose faith hi It cures Diarrluva 8u1 Wind Colic. It relict. .
are out cf order.
and It .
Troubles cures Constipation. rejrul.iti-
In the New Orleans district nothing What to Do. humanity Is strong and reaL To those thl
TO GREATER PERILS. I Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and nattlrall.kl'll.
has occurred to lessen the gravity of There is comfort in the knowledge so endowed with kindly tact and genial The Ch hlreu's "anacea-The Mother's Friend.
often expressed. that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- wit who employ all means of good
th?\ situation. A torrential fall of
_ 'I Roct, the great kidney remedy fulfills every within their command. whose heartsare The Kind You Have Always Bough
7.92: inches in the city of New Orleansare wish in curing rheumatism In the
Memphis Tenn.. March 14.-The pain touched by the grief and misery
*4 again repeated. The stage t> back, kidneys, liver bladder and every part around them and who are quick to see Bears the Signature of
of the river tonight at 6 o'clock .
atage of the It corrects Inability
night is 19.2 feet. The following max urinary passage. aud respond to others' wants-with

I is 37.3 feet and rising. a stage equalto imum stages are indicated in the trib- to It. hold or bad water effects and following scalding pain use in of passing liquor. these, too. the spirit lives. They who

the maximum of the flood of 1897. utaries: wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant entertan this guest are clean In mind

when such widespread damage was Atchafala river at Melville. 38 or necessity of being compelled to go often and person and the motto hung upon

39; Red river at Alexandria, 36 or 37 during the day and to get tip many times the spiritual walls of home Is "Cleanli
done throughout the delta. The rise during the night. The mild and the extraordinary ness Is Next to Godliness."
and Ouachita river at Monroe,, 40 effect of Swamp-Root is
elnce 6 o'clock this morning has been soon In Use For Over 30 Years.
realized. It stands the highest for its won- Ink a* an Earache ('nre.n .
five-tenths. The maximum of the feet.The rain will probably! end during derful cures of the most distressing cases. amusing story Is told of a man "Me ee..nv. eo......,. 7,.u..aV.Tller. flWVQ.n err?
If you need a medicine should have the
present fhse is expected to reach here Sunday in the Mississippi river, but best. Sold you who was suddenly attacked in th?
by druggists inSOe. and$1. sizes.
about Wednesday and officials of the I will continue in the Ohio valley You may have a sample bottle of this night by-a violent fit of earache. His

weather bureau say they anticipate where no material change is expectedin wonderful discovery wife told him that there was on the W. B. WRIGHT COmPANY

about :39: feet. river conditions The water has and: a bock that tells i window sill by the bed a bottl of ,
more about it,both sent chloroform and recommended him to I *
It is reported from a point 20 miles come to a stand, except at Cincinnatiand i \
free ;
absolutely by mail. ,? rub some on his face. \ MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS l.V
north of Memphis on the Arkansas Louisville., I Address Dr. Kilmer & Home of Swamp-Root Without striking a light he reached &

r side, that a man was shot at by a'' J Co., Bmghamton, N,Y. When writing mention out for the bottle pu'led out the stopper = = 4LUMBER LATHS

f guard last night. GLOOM HANGS HEAVY; I'I reading this generous offer in this paper. and, pouring s irre of the contents; ,

.; .: The situation in Xorth Memphis, GREAT DANGER AT HAND. t Into his Land, anoKtod<< Ms! face from

I where the lumber region is flooded. Natchez, March 14.-There werea I Don't make any mistake!: but remember mouth to ear.er3 soon he announced Au 3, SAIEDCTPEESSSHINGlEWliatafePENHACOLA. : )

few rays of sunshine today, but the name, Hwatnp Root. that the pain' : was better, lay down
Is growing worse each hour. Today i Dr. Kilmer's Swamp) Root, and the again: and went to sleep. He wa* ,.:.g't- FLA

there are only two of the many wood they were preceded and followed)) by I address, Bicghamton. N. Y., on awakened In the morning by a cry of _. h _

working plants in operation and a light showers that only agcrarafed every bottle. horror from Lis wife.

rise of a few inches more will! force' the situation and intensified the feeling "What is the matter?" he Inquired. COAL AND WOOD.WE !

these to suspend. I of gloom which pervades this CYNICISMS. "Look at your face:" wan! the reply.A .

It Is reported that the tracks of the I[section. The reports from nearly all glance In the glass showed him that
Yazoo Mississippi Valley railroad sections of the territory tributary to Nobody loves you enough; to burn his face on one side was black as a EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA RGER TRADE

six miles south of the city have been Natchez are of a most discouraging I your foolNh: letters. negro's. The bottle which he had THIS WINTER THAN EVEK fEFC RESEND
I You do net: thoroughly: enjoy a story grasped in the dark had contained not
flooded and that a force of is at nature.
$ men unless it is "0:1" some one you hate.It cLlorofona, but Ink.-Milwaukee Wisconsin. US YOUR ORDERS NOW
J work raising the tracks above the The river end of Jefferson countyfor .
is o-ie sit1 of approaching age;
a distance of thirty miles and extending -
water. wlK-n you can bee where you Lave bluntiered. Thompson .olsen & CManresa
- j inland more than nine mil s. Iltbf'r One. ",

LtI- :i ARMED GUARDS PATROL I is covered with water and despite i Iy! the time a girl has reached four- "I will fool them tonIght" rrinned Street Telehone247.ESTABLISHED

?1 BANKS OF MISSISSIPPI. the water which Is flowing Into that tetn the has discovered that she can the tall young man in the Imperial tie. - -- ::=z

' already lloodod country the river on : lord it over her niothtr.Ever "How so?" asked the hazel ('Yl'lldrl./ .
Vicksburg, Miss., March 14.-To 1862.
the Natchez guage rose .23 l and is now I tioilc-e that when a man asks "Why, I spilt some gasoline on my
fli guard against the posibility of levee
::.CO above the danger line. I I. your opinion on a question he nearly always trousers, and they can't tell if I am a
1 : cutting and also to warn steam craft
Gloomy reports come from the back kicks on your decision? grocery clerk or a chauffeur."-Chicago McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
President of i ,
c i to keep off. McClelland, i News.
of Concordia parish La., One of the most incomprehensiblethings
It the Fifth Louisiana levee board has Oypo-I oJ -DIALIU IS- 0
I in life is that one's mother and
site this (Adams) county, ,
placed armed guards along the em : father were once in love with each other. More Riots.
cultivated lands along the Little and and General
bankments in Tensas, Madison and .-AtdiiMin Globe. Disturbances of strikers are not Ship Chandlery hardware,
' Black rivers are being flooded from
East Carroll parishes. Reports from nearly as as an individual disorder -
water out of the Red and Quachita grave 008 AND <005< 3. PALAFOX STUEKI.
t all along the line today report the levees Dangers of Pneumonia.A I of the system. Overwork loss ,
rivers and hundreds, of acres of un -.--- ---AGENOY-
holding splendidly and if the I of sleep, nervous tension will be followed -
licked cotton are b"'in? submergedover cold at this time If neglected is j by utter collapse, unless a re- REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S tol'0.\ .!
I: rains would only cease and give the !liable to cause pneumonia which is
its banks. The Natchez Red liable remedy is immdiately employed. GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUBBEL A BON'S PUMPt
Dew work a chance to harden the I There's efficient to
. )j danger of crevasses would be reduced river and '1 eX.1S railroad: announce ;. so patient often has fatal recovered and even the when-lungs are the cure disorders nothing of the Liver so or Kid- CUtiS Ccr;:?1 Piiiti! Dill, lutleal iBstrmiati! oar!:,, flu!

: to a minimum.So that they will have to close the levee J I I weakened, making them peculiarly i jneys as Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful OOiPAW8.: LOGB TU,
near Black;: river station. Louisiana. tonic and effective ner\ine |I
far only one fatality has accompanied C. McKenzie Oertiag Collecting:; Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Ammo
and more their terminal back several' susceptible to the development of and the greatest all around medicine ]I elation.
the flood in this section, the which consumption. Foley's Honey and Tar : for run down systems. It dispels !! -
hundred yards from point theywill
.:L4 victim being a Yazoo river ferryman will stop the cough heal and 1 Nervousness, Rheumatism and i I
!1i who was swept off his flatboat. transfer freight by boat to Jones ,'strengthen the lungs and prevent Neuralgia::: and expels Malaria germs. 'I' THE GARDEN SECTIONFensacola

The river gauge here registered ille and Trinity. The principal in- pneumonia. W. A. D'Alemberte 121S. Only oOc and satisfaction guaran-,I
lustry along this line is manufacturing Palafox streetDYSPEPSIA teed by W. A. D'Alemberte druggist. o-OF-o
iI ftJ 4S.4 at 7 o'clock tonight, a rise of i 121: S. Palafox street.
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flat boats in anticipation of a
two-tenths since S a. m. and ::A above I -- -
break in the levee. I j NOTICE Florid.a.
the danger line. ,
r Sycamore knee on Lake Concordiacan ; I I I have been authorized to take _

LAST NIGHT'S FORECAST stand about two and a half! feet' subscriptions forVrn.. JenimingtBryan's Near East Hill Electric Railway Termimis-

; more bat the water is: backing in i i ; paper "The Connnonpr.
I WAS VERY DISCOURAGING. I i "For HIT yearn I u-a. a Tlotlm ofdys.pepsin The price is: ll.CO per year in ad
from the river at a heavy'rate. It is In iti worit form. i tould eat nothing Thne the I Beautiful Lots for Sale.
vance. desiring
1tj Washington. March 14.-The weather but muk toast. and at tiuiesniy stomiu-h would paper
eared that some of the levee will note nut ret.un arl duest even that. Lat March: 1 can have it sent to thp: t7 setting
k er bureau tonight isued the following \> high enough to stand the rise that bcn tai'Hs C.VM'AKET and since then (1.00 to the undersigned. I 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each accord
: special river bulletin: have: ste.iaiU: improved" until I an as nell as I s H. W. ROCHE, ,
is coming. ever was umy lite.
! : The river situation becomes rather, DAVID H. Mcnpnr, Newark. O. Care Daily News. ing to location and surroundings.

. ,; over more serious the district during below the past Carlo.24 hours At Ilnln TMI..ter'.. I, CANDY PEARL & DOLIVE.Call E."cceptionallGood Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

I Memphis as indicated by special advices A s.tlfWII on a j 'tir'y with a HARTIC High, Dry Fertile Lands.

iIX. a jr-wi* and a I..k fr l 'rii. Com ou thf,m at the corner of Garden -
reci'i\ed this evening, the river
I;iiT to a river, Ie'a..;; puzzlM how lie and Alcaniz streets for carpenter -I The grandest opportunity for investment ever
3 Is rising very rapidly, the guae reading was to sot; :i<*ross. as h.! c'm'.d take but i and elcetric l w-AtV *>.. phone 6P 0. I

,. :i.2 feet a rise of .S foot since one of lils |Ni MEAT & MAlji .. marvelous! 'i
.. i.a?
foot ije could l the fox and
Friday evening. The thirty-eight not nve jrooetoRotLer. ; .
t dietetic valu.V hil. rpfrf'shln! and
i Rome Seekers Should See These Lots
for tin- fox would eat the
. i; mark will probably be touched during pleasant to take, it helps ai! imila.
24 hours and still higher b'H''P. IU- cotiM: r."t leave the t."e tion of food. ,old byDANNHKISSER I
d the next : ;; Pleasant. Pa'aiable. Potent. Taste Gond. Pa r
) awl <-ora t.t'r.! for the tro-ise would Good -V'V r Mi-ken. Wpakrn.or Gri-e| W. Joe 5UC. :; BROS. -V.Clubbs
H stages will be experienced the early ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... .
eat the cnru. llndid lu l1'rJIljt> it soLe : - -- --- --- .
portion of the coming week. In the BttrilHB It,..."? Cp..*.<<< .......Ximtrv.l.vw Torfc. 511 fOJI I
g nt tl."t.i nil across !safety! ? ,, We will launder your sproad

::1? I Vicksburg district from below Helena A mutt had eight gallons:
P to Vicksburg the rise is likely to keg. He wantc divide it so as to like uw. star Laundry. !

.I ; continue for the next eight
L kcsr a fiv> frillnn kf r nut! a seven E. W. PEAKE Vlc -President. Cas bier. Au't Ikub'lt:
1: fl !f! gallon kl';!. Ii'did he Ji'lolit to i: NEW SCHEDULE.OF I
SO. 30 South Pnlnfox ptreft keeps
ono-hrlf! ? i
; YOU FEEL SICK get |I call bells wirp and all kind; cf I
A train I'fsil.ty-vlfrht yardInn? l'a\1-;; I
National Bank
1 electrical supplies. HSVP him do First
. .;& And you wonder what's the matter. es a man in ten sti-onds who was walk- ]! STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ your work. Call phone 203.Jtiitie : I,
: Your head aches, you feel tired and lug: at the rate of (.1111' miles an hour; ,
: t. then the train runs im for twenty miu- J. > ROGERS, Manager. i
I nervous have no appetite and (':lU t
C iit'a iul pint's a !Sfiiiml man in nine Leave and 02 PEN3ACOLA. FLA.
, sleep. The trouble lies in the stomach. Freeport Monday; i
) : spooitiK How far abend will tin* train Thur-diy mnruug:
. \:; It has become venk and cannot tit when the flr''.t Dan catches up with I Arrive Peosiicola Monday and I. DhYtIIOTQRJis:

'. therefore do its work;: properly. Take the accord man? I Ii Thursday nisht. VM. II. KBOWLE3!: W. A. BLOUNT, ?. C. BRENT N. K. H YKI I i.

,f a dose of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters i Leave Pen lcl'lh luerday and D. O. BRENT,

I before each meal. It will! restore the Enough For One Day. I Friday night. :

ji .4 appetite, insure perfect digestion and ..\. very!scratch MjWu-d:on his looking tm
; ,"i I et sound sleep and make you feel butler. ,- general dejection came to bis tcaelitTin I tiOtJi S. Palafox Street.ADEUBHKDLBEKEABB. fm1tA L ; : { I
No other Spring medicine I is a;
I one of the large Luinlon l >:ardschools'and I WEEKLY *ClIiDI1ttoP.5TEtM .... -
I i 1Ii good. Try a bottle. hauled her note before
: a
j ; DIVISION r:= JL ...-. Ellla of fnu:'
l taking hi.'at;; awl becumius dtt-ply! i ial I .. Wl'j < r .tr own Exchange: : on Britain
I ("i'OOLA t.ECTUIOTt.U"'t1.; 5 Fr.rite A.a=trii, Ji'ly, Holland, Spain, Belgian Tfl5s 'I
,;;<>rbck. says Tit-IJIts.: : Gorniany.::
HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH The note r..a.l as follows: I ItAlLWAY COM: 'AMY. 1717rf1... T>nT '.rit :;lr European countries.
Trains leave ?enaou.a for the L;". limPERI -
Miss R.-I'le.ise excuse James for not I I Knyon, Biz: liajrou, Warrlngton. Na.T Y." !:11I
BITTERS being ther.y =' 'r hr. He playej trooant. ', end fart" at .,?"Y&eU spnr-6d cipon tho iiost FiTorcble Terns: si1Obllsatlou '

but 1 should think you don't n-v ::C' -- --= him for it. as the boy he played trooant I I> IU.MI a. m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 1O4i tu after Vessel! Arrives ;1iere. ,
.{ with an' him Ml out. an' the boy licked tip.m.arrlVeatFOrt barranaai: l:.oj c It.r86fotv
I '1 .o=GOLA=o. : him. an' a man they sauee.l taught him I *11:80:15p.m.p. m.rrl7t arrival Von fort"Harraacai&rraac&s 4:15; t 31 Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
an' licked Mm an' the driver of a cartthey
"11:00) ,m.Arn.., &t Fort B rranoi s:46p If PTT us'ofRentclrP.
P haTe the
J with which wo partment for
licked him also Thn his
hunij to p:ilickid ..
Crist and Corn |Meal Mills Trains Siva Fort H&rrncm for P"D
::1 him. an' I gave bin another one cots .t I .
for saucini; me for telling pa: so you need Pfnsaeola ---- -
1:15am.lurl'l'.t 8:00.
? JI. F. GOflZRIiEZ) & CO., Prep i, not lick! hm until next tm"_ I should say I 1 11:00: p m. arrtreftt Pen&acola_-._11:4J p.b 11
M.nnt otcreri he thinks he'd bettt-r kevp in school; I 2:00 p. m. arrive at Pensacola __ Sii p.t I DR. KING'SNEW I II PROFES3IONAL CASES
dt"r 5:00 p m arrive at P"nao! 8:45: pn
CHOICE M&ALAND PURE GKOOl 7COp. m. arrive at Penineola .___ T.tfip. I TRY DISCOVERYFOR .
I Tt5 p. m. arr'.vo at Pentaoola BJO 5 M. D.
STOCK FEED. DR. FE.[ BRUCE Saturdays only ,
F&troniie Home Industry, lor there 1 I I YAkS rOIL WHS. DAIg.Peniaoola THAT COLD. Office: 17* S. 1'.laf"l .
*r el'1 reallOli you should buyyour Meal .a< to Fort Barrancaiann torn
resumed re All
Has returned and
J!took fetKl from tile Home M nnl.olnrer practicp. I Ponacol to Navy Yard and return.... ttiPeniaoola TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. HonrjfromltoSiSOft.: m. aDd I w pl
for by to doing you borne Indus (o Palmetto Beach and reJnrc Hi '
try. Your money Ii lettin lbs communlt, Office'etOocrument St., I St'l'DA I ICU I:D JUI, I Cures ConsumptionCoughs, and after 7 o'clock

Midyoo In tarn tbe are home indirectly manotMtarer ben3tMIfifotterlnf yot Salisbury BuildIng.'T'o1ophciio j When """.:Hr p'lrmltt tbe! running t Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Phono oz;.
ontrtbat toth nieoJ labor. You owittotbveommonltyla open coaches.
which live arc 143. Pneumon i aIlayFever1Pleu- -
you I Lent i'eniaccu Lv Forl BtrrtOMt
whlAb oontrlhnto tn.nor IO ort ,
10 !
a. m.
a. m.
ihs.rn. II m risy, LaGrippe, Hoarsene5s.1 JOHN S. BEARIATTORNEYATLA'J>>.

I I I 1p.m. ip.m. Sore Throat and
Croup ,

'- .I(RE b4.!.,.. dhsrge.indnimatwn r.eatgGfornnn.turstI. K TJjpee tiny t\psup3: ;.re"ll >eno!". I i 4p.m p. a p.Pll m, A -UliOD HELIC1NE. "Whoopbg Cough. I I Officer 303 Thiesen II < .-

6..Jut.4 trrflwU or nlceraTiooso DalsMiJ of ("opolha.Cvbew : tp.m 5p.m. I NO CURE. MO PAY. I' ..
nicmbruiri.P&inleM : '
a..rctuT. ( muCoUs I Ip.ts. '
Pi..b CtMlS. and not i.Lriu.tsUvstsCstwcitCo. ,!!., InJt.\.::: (fI'JDY:' I p.m. Price 50c. and \t. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE I Office ,Hours-8:30 a. n.
T lASS roOCVDATCeniaeolato For Sale byDannheisser
gmt Sold or ky poironoui.Dr.esl Trot', Nrl'\u48 bi"irthe \... ..1C art Barrancii LaT} I t '>:30 p. m. to 6:*) p. L .
clNtuuuTt.D I \Irc1ID1 retur:1 _____ KJ Cleaning ladies skirts and waists i I Practice
t.&L. or wnt in pla.n wr.rr". %: -1 t ; .tIlt.IL in tnsuMi Bros. In all state acd t- > :;;
irrid. for PCnISCOIS t? Palmetto Roaoli sat i Is one of O"r specialiiea. star Laun ntraitfd to rnC
: bUses
by e1prea. I AU
% siso.or3bo t- t2S.Circalw :; 3.)" 4 '" CI lol/r.r.oT I' "otnrn. __ ________ I* 1 dry. promts .and dlligout attentive
% teat en t iUMt No freight elve4 alter.:11.. m. I


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i : 4 ;: .1 -BAD LAW Letters fromWomen FRENCH- BCtUSDOLB' :t113ENERAL 'J i i'I

Colonel Ben waved Lis hand."Sill'lu.e Following: is the schedule of the >tforernment

alii""Now : steamer General French '*r

Lave fast which THE: NEWS prints for the
Tempe, you may go:
Deneflt of the merchants who
ship 1
Biscuit tad state your grievance, and then the their goods to the various army

)risorer, woo I recognize as Eugene, Cured by the use of Kodol are received dally t posts:

an t'.efend Lims"!lf." Their troubles nearly all begin with iadigts-' Leaves pensa"ola TrnriB, m, 'I'
lion or other stomach disorder. I .
"Yes, sir. I ain't guise tel LO 1'e If the food you eat fails to give strength 1:50&.m... ;
boat It. I gulnegive: you u= fact-- Uarei Farrancai_ 8:15a.m. .
SenseYon to your Jody, It is because the juices se- I uioves Pensacola___ 10:15 a. m. ,
what dls Lyer vllyuu Ujee-us' cone creted by
done and I'.:ly: dar-billy my witness: inadequate to transform the nutrient: properties tarns Hikes to a Barrancas.trip to Fort McKee and then re- -f.;.'1
of the food into blood. That ia ;
Bill:: cam to the front and shifting Leave Barrancas_ ____ 1:15 p. m.
Indigestion. The system is deprived of the LeavesPlckens-- __ ._.___ 1:11: p.m tl
know Urieeda Biscuit by the Royal purple and white packagewith his weight U!on the right leg very amount of nourishment required to keep up Leaves Peosaoola______ 4:80: p. m.< r I'

: proud of being: placed in a position to the strength, and the result is that one or LeavesPiekene.. -______ busp.m. '
trademark the ends- Arrives! rtarrancas &:80 and '
the In-er-seal on p. m. make
(be M much noticed, blinked like a frog more of the delicate organs gradually grows trip to McR, "e and return. }
weak, and then weaker, until finally it la On Wednesdays and Saturdays the I
In the feunsLine. .
That's the Sense of Sight diseased. Here a great mistake Is made. ; boat will leave Barrancas via Pick I ri
"Dish yer Ujeems he done stolt n; That of treating the diseased organ. The ens for Pensacola at 6:30 p. m. ++

hussbun's pistol, which L. done Luy best doctors In the land make this very The General French is for army

way cut yonder in Ilappystraw". crest mistake. Why should they ? It is so easy purposes only and any outsider most ;a
Those who want fresh clean, wholesome biscuit buy Uneeda Biscuit to see that the trouble Is not there. have a pas from the quartermasterotake
tit seas in New Yurk, aa pay Lls cash "

in the airtight InTseal Package mo p,' for, an' cot::harps uhf !,:ood'nutr passage o i her. I \

Kodol ========= ft)
That's a Sight of Sense for Ujet-ms an' Le get to set

hisself! up wid a eorjeen, which he wit 1 II

dat pistol\: my bu,,;;buu' done yeara de Thos I. Wlt or A & F

1 Everybody who tries Uneeda BiSCUit likes them. They please the cash u.oijey for so be kin buy dat cor- Cures I

satisfy the appetite. j jeen, which Hilly; dar is my witness.

palate au' de lord In Leblui know he eyaru' This famous remedy puts the stomach and I INSURANCE |

That's the Sense of TasteSo play! de moufluirp good as my littleully digestive organs in a healthy condition so I ,
S Ann." that rich, red blood Is sent coursing throughthe AND
veins and arteries of muscle tissue
every REAL
"Kiu l1jwl" from 1.ue11l'1,0 could ESTATE
: ;
and fiber throughout every organ of the en- ,
it's common sense to buy endure multi, but cot such iunult: as tire body,and by Nature's law of health,full No. South Palafox Street.

the last strength and vigor Is soon restored to each.

V! Iwn't Interrupt Eugoi-e," said tl.c Kodol cures indigestion; dyspepsia and all Partial List of Desirable Dwelling
ooo.I.'I"e! Ti-Ul Tisiou to you Ares: stomach disorders.
for Rent in Various
I ('uti;). I' 1 have taken Kodol for nearly two months the Partsof
lie 'liout' it!" cried after each meal and it is the only remedythat City:
M I "I f: I. piiice tell r.o : $".(0-!''
relief from the terrible I story bouse containing li: moms
UneedaBiscuit gave pains ati
Tl'IllII1Io..1rnlll;: ajraiii. "My modern ctmvr.tenct-8. batb on
endured. After time I would take It but
upper lower Soon corner lot, '
is stu.t; fon' soft for a eor-
pistol once a day and now, while 1 keep a bottle nice yard and Phrubripir. (table.nut .
jet-n, \v..ith dat Ujeems ejarn' grind handy. I seldom need it, as It has cured me. 1. &house t rt'l't., etc, No. 714 Fast I.uRua :,

Law chuue out IT, an' Lilly is my wit. MRS. J.W. COOLBAUGH, Milo Center, N. Y. Ji5.w)-:3-ttory boarding hon e, containing !U.,
tiers, so he'j. mo cord Aiu't dat so, 25 rooms, known as tbe Ponce de
Eodol Digests What You Eat. Leon house, >o. 110 East Intenden-

L'iliyrL'iiiy Bctte>ony.! SLOG Size holding 2M times tho trial ca! street
and stood
blh.ked ntiirmatively tl.oo-idesirablar-story modern
glze, which sells for SO cents. dwelling
T rooms, moil desirable itetlon ol the
i but tie firmer oa hIs right; leg.! Prepared by E. C. OeWITT&.. CHICAGO city on corner on tbe street car ',

".\n' I1I"h1' nl'ems"Terlp gavethe I line.No.iW.North:: Barcelona: street.
John o $30.00-Large 2-story dwelling. 10 rooms,
prisoner a shake which made his Sheppard.HarRis' Pharmacy Ironting !'ev.lIll Square, No.50 Kasluovernnient
tooth l'hattl't'-"ht stolt my hussbun's !Sidney Kann. street.
pistol an* "writ; It, nut he took an' shoot clwl'llIDlf,1I new, 2Btorymod@ra
( rooms very desirable sec
k BISCuIT COMPANY de AlSean crow often: de top o' my Sunday tion of tbe city, situated on North
NATIoNAL. bonnet Me, puine long d> road streets.Haylen between Strong and DeSoto

to mivtln' house an' thlnktn' 'bout nut. SOUTHERNEXESSCO.[ l.'S.OO-S-story dwelling In rood order with
8 rooms three .,
which from tbe bell
tin 'till, an' Affican crow myhUI'hun' line! .has gas and water throughout
pint ?'J out de sto In Happy- *o.-2WNorth Barcelona street.
be wuk indo ia.00-l-6tory: dwelling rooms, city water,
straw crorst de was, what hath,
the Man. gas, with large corner lot So.
The CromwelL brickyard, to yearn de cash moneyfor 4U2' West Wright( street.!

CASTOR IA I A weak stomach weakenes the man, On the morning of the 1st of May, to buy pistols, an' Le so kind an1 J15..0-l-story and avielllng.O. rooms, newly! papered I'

because it cannot transform the food 1C37, there occurred an Incident that, good leiinln' tat: vllynn de pistol, dsirea.soii If' belt 06. No. asiEatt6regorystreet\

for Infants and Children. he eats into nourishment. Health i unnoticed at the tlma afterward proved he so pen'ous an' kind he aln't ? I $15.00Istoryd rooms,"half,, lock{. of", ground terandbBtb with,

o bo of the turning points of his! Lou.-w an' land like 'tor folks is .- beautiful shade .
to one got u> I tree.o. 7u' East
I to Kind You to Always BoogV and strength cannot be retsored to tory. Eight Immigrant ships lay In dis Cervantes street.
sick woman without days"Temp U,5I-l..lory .
I Io.tQr.ol any man or dwelllog Xo 415 East Gregory
first restoring health and strength to the Thames ready to saiL A body of was wound up like a clock I treet,5 rooms newly papered and
3in they // To all parts of the country. II painted.
the stomach. A weak stomach cannot pilgrims: were about to embark, and and kept rUht on with her injuries: II I UI.I\J- otiU East Belmont street' 6-roora

; digest enough food to feed the Oliver Cromwell and his famous cousin "An' dish yer i"Jts.ifate black as I cottage city water newly painted,

tissues and revive the tired and run John llampden, were among then de f ryin panall liisn-lf high learnt an' $lo )-\In O.l(111 perfect North order.Alcaniz strbet. a
down limbs and organs of the body. nut they were stopivwl at tlw landing o turn up his rusty nose at my hussbun' The Southern Express Company I in good order with 5 rooms. f
-* join's the $est 5c. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses, purifies had (! receives and forwards tl0.i\>-'o. riot East KelnioDt street city
j er the by a guard of soldiers The king i, an say he dun went thoo nine u fey freight water, a neat 5 room cottage newly
sweetens and strengthens decreed that his subjects should not renders an' a wlnJe ewdurla' barrel of money, and valuables of all descrip- painted and renovated throughout. >,
Rolls at 51 100 glands and membranes of the stomach t 9.UO-J' o. 1'10 East Lakua street, a
Hot ni.. li-aio England. Crumwvll stayed andwith I books be dun buy at oction nn' dun neatly
and cures indigestion, dyspepsia tions to all parts of the country, papered 4-rooiu cottage In good condJtlou,18r -
a Solomon'g.J. all stomach troubles liar- bin as Macaul: y wrote, "stayedthe read Vm all span: this), an" half 'tm 8Iot. city water.
with connections for Canada, Mexico A large list of smaller! dwellings, as well
evil of tho house of Stuart"had was IlibJes. Dot so, T'I'.iily
gis Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Sidney genius I as a nurnberol stores and offices UU xES 1'.
Kahn. Cromwell and his friends beta aU blinked his right eye."Now Havana, Cuba, European points, i
N. ANDREWS lowed to carry out their project of emigration loc done stolt my husshun's etc. ,
Too Much For Alrinuiler.Alexamhr j Leadlcz Real Estate. Rental and Insurance
the wholo history df the English pistol an shoot folks' Affiean crows off
: was blustering around demanding The Southern Express Company i, Agents Hnutb alafox t4trl'l't.
.< irters for Jt :: civil war might have remained un deg all's which dat crow had -
when '
n more worlds to conquer miles of
operates on 30,000 first-
written. ml tall nn' yuller wings !sorter sot up

SL\\1 MACHINES.. his wife called him aside. I I1 M,." She 1'Ia".IIlC'r arms akimbo. To class routes and in connection with J:
"Aloe."she teiult'rly."moth 1 I j iW
I A MUflt Quotation. I do this vln> was obliged to loosen her: the Adams Express Company on
Itiir is cuuitig to visit us for a
REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT I er month." I I An attache of a tvligwus bookstore alp on' kg-nl'. Then was his time to through way-bills, with through .

has spent so many yvars of his life <>s<'aix-; but, though present In body the
I.I ralaftii street With a suritk cf despair be fled Into among theological volumes that be is fatuous youth was absent in mind. .,S cars and through messengers, performs "

the night and organized another cam- Scriptural or nothing, but IR sometimes ".Mil_.n' fcit.__. !.siv' "". Billy?"* I a unified service, constitutingthe NICK'S
York Times.A .
paign into Ia.-\ew evolves a mlsllt When his attention ":\(.m. One wing sot up mo' higher largest system of tho kind in j

LODGE DIRECTORY r 1 Hay of Jlop was called the other day to a rose neat dan d,.> yutlw wing," said Billy. the world f....d'JL'j5.lJ. ......;' e t
ly attached to the lapel l of his coat and There was a murmur among Tempo'sbackers '
I "I afraid the nobleman who is to Money Orders sold at all
back her.
an insinuation thrown out that a lady : at Billy's going on
gSIGHIS OF PYTHIAS. : !become your sou-in-law has not much friend might have had something to do "I gull<> set do law on him, 'prison agencies of the Southern Express I I f

Pfn.tcnli L Mf.. No. 3, K. of I'.. talent fur business." with it he paralyzed the insinuator by him Jail him!" ser-itmetl the virago. Company at reasonable hours. Receipt \ mimmDAILY
"I don't kuwv, answered Mr. sajlng. "No, sir; I fathered that rose,, "l>c law, de law! Persecute him wld
meets Monday evening I is and is
at7 evpry.y1 at Castle all. ro:!:. 'If be can ni.innge to get as good fl'ommy own vine and fls: tree." ; tie law! I gulne hub his blood er his given money refunded ,
Watson for other uiirehandise as be does if order is lost.
'a fie! hlonnt -- prices Asked Dud .\ru",f'rt'd. money: ,

"J.i;\' vu'anK r :1Mnq.thlyd'! brethren floor.cordially for a title I'll trust: him to take his Female I.nw'l'r-Ilow old are you? "That will do, Tempe. Now, Eu This is the cheapest way to send .

... .clmed J- \. L1 Ln.1a chances. In business.V'ashingtonStar. Fl'U1aleltncssYou know as well genewhat have you to say to rubut small remittances by mail or other- II' MENUS

H liOR.UK C.C. cs I do that I'm just a week youngerthnn these cliurgcsV" said the eolout-L wise. r
1 K. K. A B. -I ulu' know iiuttln' 'bout .
1 you are; but. If n<>(ccssary inner no .
EiHxon'n Dry Humor. Female Lawyer(hastily)-Never mind; pistol.! I ulu' lay; my eye on no pistol E. W. FOWLER, ;i Comprise all the Up-to-
Thomas IMisoii is gifted with a good i Date Dishes the Mar-
It isn't nl't.'t.'S8ary-Cblcago News. declared Eupi'ne. "I never know Gable << Agent, Pensacola Fla.
l>.nil-Mi 1..1:.:n Xu 13 Val of lry humor. Ili.'cently In the kets of the World
had pifctol. I kin Prove It by Billy Branch Offices:
u\ rvetdnq at 7::!"'. at course of an examination before a. coniiai.onir "
i'ulafo and Garden A Night Alarm. liar .1. B. Roberts, Depot Store Afford. ,..
"\ ...:it-,'nrllIlIyln.lted.f" : In cbaiKtry, he was"IV Billy shifted his weight to the other ,I
Worse than an alarm of fire at and'!
S ]1. ALI.UITJOUMSO.X, Jas. Hanson, Cur
c. ) you know Jesse I l. LIpplncottT night is the brassy cough of croup, !leg and gazed In a ruminative mannerat I ---- :
r.lift' "I did when be wa\4 alive was the which sounds like the children'sknell the trio of buzzards Coating high up Jadsd n.

calm reply-\Ya--liingtrm Timos. and it means death unless in the blue.A J. K. Williams. Cor. DeVilliers and Lad ies'J.Private :

something is done quickly. Foley's loud of disparagement rose Jackson.Sol .
,' I. "I p. :NII. JO. 1;\;. of l' groan
of The Results I nplrtitnut.WissI Honey and Tar never fails to give from tu! listeners, and Eugene saw liebad Calm 'or.. Palafox and Inten Dining Parlor.,
!I' .1So.S.I'nllU,
'- \t-ry Thursday: even- always like to bear a man instant relief, and quickly cures the pone too far and made haste to

their i aslle 1I11I..nI say what he thinks.Wagg i worst forms of croup. Mrs.P. L. Cor- weaken his statement ---- ,I

I .-\..t anon and building Uardfii ,streets.southif -I. -Iut the people, who always o' dier of Mannington, Ky., writes: "I-V Gun an de angels, de old rotten I',

.' IU" cor<*lally welcomed. say what they think generally think I'"My three year old girl had a severe pistol was broke wbc-nst Gable lont it Regular Dinner Daily. :
she .
It.LL'IIOS, case of croup; the doctor dencia.HARD
t.. C:. such disagreeable things.-Philadelphia I could not live. I got a bottle of Fo- to me, an Billy dar know It, an wbenst ---- \
: Record. '\1 it back to Gable de }
ley's Honey and Tar; the first dose I 'turn< pistol was \,
gave quick relief and saved her life." in good order, an' I kin provo it by Short Orders Promptly "

I. O. O. F. A nifllrull Style of Beunty. Refuse substitutes. W. A. D'Alem- Billy dar." Filled. Night or Day, F

"Il"tl Isn't at all becoming to Miss berte, 121 S. Palafox street Billy stood now on the left leg and ,',:

I'en-at "iia. -div:I.OIJP evening o.I at 7S: at Gimp.Just" as becoming as any other color Hot French Waffles with nodded"\u' dut's affirmation.a pine blank lie 'bout I If It'a Something! Good to Eat s. ,
i \
\\'.>,I Intendencia street Isu't It?" Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's. cyarn' play inoufharp goal as her BRICK you wish,you'll J1nd 1t ac :

cordially Invited. "Yes."-Cleveland Plain Dealer. Sally Ann an' Billy dar he my wit
N. O.
e. JotiAMKis Nick
S.cretary.K. ness. Sally Ann cyaru" play 110 mo'n
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In Escambia County Circuit Court, nuttin' Restaurant 1:1
PHYSICAL PERFECTIONIs "I'll mash your mouf with dIs fI')1n'pan
In Chancery.
OF L. State of Forida. ?
Imposible If the liver is out of or I Della Hookervs. bellttlin' iny Sally Ann* screamedthe j 1
enraged Tempe. "I gwine by do lira' on HAND
I, il \.-I'lIIhly No. 1505. der. A perfect liver is possible if I !
law-de law: MWMlfII
Jay In each month. keep using the right kind of a Samuel C. Hoker. { ,
you "Stop, Tempe!" said the colonel. "Eu- :
\V. 1. H.TIIABP.NELL. On Monday the 4th day of May, A. j
> M. W. liver tonic. IIEPATICUUA Is the D. 1903, the defendant Samuel C. gene admits that your husband lent .HALF. }

Secretary.The right kind of a liver tonic. It will Hooker is required to appear to the him a dangerous weapon and be being .

liven up your liver to your entire sat. bill filed against him herein. I under age the law of Virginia, In handling ;

Beer I isfaction. It will provide excellent This order to be published once the crime of malicious assault -TO-

I each week for eight consecutive upon private property, includes your
digestion excellent circulation weeks in the Daily :News a newspaper husband as particeps crimiuis, and If ONE MILLION
That Made: health. Escambia County.A. .
: perfect published in Eugene: goes to Jail Gabriel will go with
Mr. J. C., who does not wish his :\1.ldIILL..-\:\, him, Eugene being an Infant In the *

1NRp1 I name published says: I cannot refrain Ry B. Clerk H. BURTON of Circuit, D.Court.C. eyes of the law."

F1M QS U UI:5 from extending to you voluntarily Pensacola Fla.. March 14, 1903. i "Great Lord in Lebben Dish yet Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing

my sincerest recommendationof M14, oaw Sw. thing yer calls law ain' got no sense In

the medicine you prepare and sell it!" yelled: Tempe.
!: UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S Again she loosened her grip on the
undec the name
prisoner's collar, and Le fled to the tit

VICTORIA for reason of Its superior Qualitiesas -SALE. woods at breakneck speed, while the

MADE BY U.ME BREWING CO a toner of the general system.! Northern District of Florida. colonel remarked'pensively: : "Well, wehave --,

Since using HEPATICURA, althoughI had a free show. Tempe there is
Bl.- virtue of an Order of Sale issued
r By
lo-CKM BOTTLE BEER have always been agreat sufferer i o out of the United States District Court out of bonnet Gabriel out of pistol, Capacity 50,000 Daily.

1" TOW 0 from constipation and colds, I have for the Northern District of Florida, and I am out of a fine hoe hand for C. R. TAYLOR

D .NXHEISSER BROS I been entirely relieved from both of on the ninth day of March, 1903 notice :, he'll never come back any more for ,
ii hereby given that I will sell fear of folder In his dumijViic. "
and I venture to say
these ailments
AI( ,"v for cash, on Tuesday Artistic Shoemaker
FOB THE CELEBRATED by public auction, ,
in regard to the former It has no the twenty-fourth day of March, A BAD COMPLEXION. Jttejffillan Brick Co.

T. HarDer IMsiey.n equal. I have used only tw bottles 1903, at 12 o'clock M.. at Apalachicola Pimples blackheads and muddy FINE WORK A SPECIALty I

of HEPATICURA BO far yet I find Fla.., the American steam screwAlpha' comrfexioi, which are so common Pine Barren Fla.O.A.St1'on..A.. Phone N o.23. 9 South Palafox St.
boilers, machinery ,
has her engines,
my normal weight of 140 pounds and girls at a certain
10 pounds. boats, tackle\apparel appurtenances amtng boys' r
been increased nearly
RR. H ,"e-401 Palafox street. I shall take pleasure In recommendIng and furniture, as she now age, indicate a torpid will liver.cleanse A courseof the .. C.A.STOD.Z7 _, t

EXt( aU e-Orp. Union De;ot. HEPATICURA to any one desirous lies at the wharf. HEPATICURA the bowels and liver gee?tLa Hare:ads Btu Han Inn Bagl
P t constitution T. F. McGOl"RIl.tnited system, regulate I 1
; the cti.
of finding very Q.
B.lx 2 '1. Pensacola, Fla. builder to be had. Sold by all States Marshal and produce a clear, healthy complexion. tut +- Err :
Phones 116.2C8. druggists. llm lot. Sold by all druggists. I Ioo I -


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H THE BOARD Cherry Pectoral Oldest and West Largest Agency in

I CAUGHT AT RANDOM < colds coughs bron- Florida.
iSTAI5LIMIii: > Hllili.;

:.-..-- ....__-_ -- ... We have been sayIng -

"That idea of entertaining ?je OFjiAFETYPOLICE lhfs. forBOyears.t.;::r-:rw

OFFICE:-- Pitts-Building, :211>: 'men behind the guns' of the fleet nowles Bros.INSURANCE

SoIlth Palafox street, up-stairs. should not be allowed to die out," 1 ,

remarked a reader. "Put the arrant I COMMISSIONERS. IN SES- The SPORTING WORLDFoamier I


and let us have something other and His Plan I

Terms: Invariably in Advance. than newspaper and street talk of AGAINST THREE ACCUSED MEN Henry Fournler may not take part IB I
One Year by maU.i: 00 I the International cup if the event Is
it. Let us carry the thing thraush; I
fill Months ? 2 50 BUSINESS MEN Leld on Irish soil lie aims to win the I II AXD
and let us by all means have it to I
One week by carrier, payable Monday rari8- Iadrill rice and will take no I

10 come off: next Monday, although the Board of Public Safety met at 11 I I chances.Fournicr. REAL
Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap date is immaterial so long as the Catering o'clock this morning. Several policemen COMING T'wO HUNDRED was recently In this coun- I ESTATE,

plication.TELEPHONE to the sailors is a certainty.I were_ summoned fcr trial and I try, and before he returned to Paris be

see a friend suggests that an old- nearly every member of the force BUT WILL REMAIN BUT A made interesting statements concern- 30n South l"alafCl'Ift'l't.( .
NO 113. I
ling auto racing. Among other thingshe
time barbecue be the medium of entertainment. present as witnesses. I,

That is well; a sailor Hike Puhtell was the first officer SHORT TIME.Two said: I Phoce22. PENS\, .\ F
"The official French speeding course, -.!,
likes good, wholesome fun-lots of called. He was up for violating rules fifty miles from Paris on which I i

(lJNI.6" it-and a barbecue, if it be of the 12 and 14 of the police rules. Fannie hundred excursionists composing made the present"orld's record of a i ii --

kind so many times prepared about Doyle, Blanche Dixon Officer Bolline, the members of the Cincinnat mile In forty-sis seconds is the finest ,
here, would-be the Ideal thing. My I i GENERAL AC.I.XTS:
Claudie West were examined.A Transportation Committee, will arrive II I
MABGH 16 1903
PHTBAfJOLl, friend also suggests that, among' wait was then made for Officer in this city at 4 a. m. on April 1;, II I, The
other places the Plaza would be a Equitable
Fondebilla! : who was attending the breakfast and remain until 1:30:: p. m.
The largest bean field in the world
good An affair In the hands
I place. criminal court and in the meantime A letter was received from the
It in Southern California. It covers
of citizens could not the
Capt. Putnam objected to the wit chairman of the committee todayIt Life
2.600 acres and it takes forty tons of
than and flssuranceSociety
place any more a rough nesses
oeing allowed to until
go of
was practically an acceptance an
beans to sow it.-Ex. I
moneymaking attraction like a 'truthful testimony could be obtained. invitation of the Cincinnati businessmen Of the United SlatoIlt
Another instance of railroad rascalIty
fair in the hands of .
street strangers.If Capt. M. B. Frank: was called and ] to come here, tendered by the
.I just to get a long haul to Boston the Plaza would not be available, fllY B. HY11;', l-iiundrr
charges read to him. lie was up fa'iolation :' I'easacola Chamber of Commerce, and

The Pensacolt News is much improved then Seville Square is a good \ 'of rule 3;, in that he openly alter thanking-'"the local chamber for ""Strongest in the World.:

these days; it is one of Pensa- place-and there would be no necessity refused to recognize marshal (_) that thus inviting them, the letter stated
of having to erect a band stand. lule violated Frank ,rrit x, '! SI -
11 using
cola's live propositions.: Success to the was by that great pleasure was anticipatedfrom
The fact that an entertainment of I OUR VVARRNGTON
X. AiE-t.
News.-Apalachicola! Tim s. j \iolent and abusive language to the Pensacola visit

this kind is in contemplation; has I iJ. Schmitz and offering to fight. The I There will be at least one special The NEWS is on sac n', ,.

The Atlanta News tellsinbitypeof caused quite a flurry among some i rcfsecl: pleaded nut guilty an>l every I ttaia carrying two hundred excnr Keefe at ,
wred :
of the and it would
")Ir. Schwab returning the picture of young seamen, I member of the night farce was called Eionists: and the party will be made! up rt to receive and !,

health" but don't tell how he came I':never do now to ( let the matter die: i ias ttimesses.X. lof business and professional: men of scriptions. Residents receipt cf t,

by it, whether he stole it or just borrowed -!out. Many good things would come I J. Schmitz was the first wiiuess. I Cn- nJati. many of whom will be ac ; tier be

: it; to tell the truth, we hair from it, not the least cf which would I lIe toJ the story cf what haJ ece: !r- [ companicd by their wives A band i of the may now several suppheo .,
paper hou .
heard '''t.:>fore that: he was the follow ,probably be the attracting here of red, including the fight ci'isole. He I and military escort will also form a 2 issue leaves the

that took it. numerous strangers; for"htn be I was closely questioned by tLu mayor teature. L 1i: press
f. fore have been seen over two I
i: Those which thousand< bluejackets! seated arounda I GP.AIEJ
betting concerns
: Patrolmen Connors Benjamin, Hel I SOME GOVERNMENT RULES. HEXKT FOt'R.'iIDLb FROM $1.50 TO $12.50. SIXn
have slumped drew thousands of dollars festal board, eating, drinking, I
ton, BollneJones, Puhtell, Roach, the world. You can distinguish taeEgure DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LA'

out of greedy people everywhere answering toasts and acting in their .I Farinas and others were sworn and I Carrying Handle Into the Capitol of a man on it four miles away, NATED FELT MATTRESSES T.-y

;! who would not have dared to bet on own jolly, appointed way? And how testified, the time of the cosslou being : and Out of the Treasury.I so level and uioofli is it ONE. MARSTON & QUINA

f a horse race at home. Xor would they far would! a loyal American travelto prolonged into the afiernoou. I'I Among all the departments In Wash- "The costume for a run at LighetRrwd

I I.t' have dared to invest a cent in a manufacturing se such a sight? AnJ how. far : Some very interesting testimony. Injrtoa the most strict is the treasury ? You must Le'ry careful

I t_ enterprise that would benefit would the fame of Pensacola extend? The testimony from officers A citizen may carry anything that he about (!Itt. The coat is double breasted OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S
wasreceived likes Into the treasury building, butwhen with a broad overlap so that thereIs
their town-they were just weak! Now, let me further suggest and : i j Fine oysters today. Try thenCREX
alternately until about ? :O'
he undertakes to carry anything; not the East crevice through which
'I' enough suckers to bite at a bait dangled I urge that the management of this :o'clock when a reces was taken until I bulky out of the building! he is apt to the air ran cuter."It ; NIC :11'osIE
I before their noses by sharpers. singular entertainment be placed in :J o'clock in crdir that the board acctsed :i I fet into trouble if he does not explain I; with the spectacles: that the'

1 Such people: are like the bull frog the hands of competent steady, solid men :ml'iteSi3 cou''l get I with readiness.A utmost care must be taken. For this GRASS FURNITURE, FOU

II which sits on a lot; and croaks but is men-men who have the! confidenceof .'.inntr. visitor to Washington the other day Journey I wore a special mask of silk THE LIBRARY PARLOR AND! BEDROOM

, Just fool enough to gulp in the trait I the entire community-and the I, Immediately after 'he case fit (:3011i carried a fairly large package; into the and chamois, in which was arrangiV AT MARSTON & QUINA'S.

barbecue will be event in thecity's tllihliuut.Oty said a word to him an ingenious system of ventilation, soBS
of red flannel and the hook which an
of that
tain Frank i is ;
l.tisifj against
i I aliout it when he was going In, but to present an accumulation of
some one dangles:: over his head. It II i ijJ history that will never be for \V/HYNOnHEBtST-/
J : Officer X. J. Schmirz uili be calleJ.:
when he started out with the packagehe blinding; mist on the glass; and at the

I looks like a juicy worm but it is pretty j i i gotten. The mayor, Capt. Kryger : developed at today's di-SMou: that I was held up, made to open it and to same time prevent thQ entrance of

(t. tough fodder for the frog beforo Capt. Welles and two others will do I all LiI:1'< 'lf and his husk dust"
I this officer had preferred one of the (\Plain about <<

I. he Is done with it. I the work. Let us hope none will re- charges against Captain Fran!.. l nos-''. The good else of the rule is npI THE>> fdEnC>>JlNTSTnANSFE

sign the assignment" I I.arel.t. Holland Wroller Want mood
I Schmiu will! be represented: beiuro
i j Alexander McDowell clerk of the I I At the capitol it is against/ tLe rules Emile )[aUl'ai is the latest foreign

1"! Louse of representatives has made I 'That's a tough tale they tell on the board by a laxvvi-r. tj carry any sort of a bundle: into theLuildinc. wrestler to peck a match with the GO.
: The fear is that u-k Yankee knights of the mat Mau-
public an official compilation showing! Tom Xee, FrankCiide: and a few somebody :
I' I will carry in a Loll:!'). The rule was pas is the champion of Holland but bo Having been awarded t!
of the former's sail a
, the work done by the house durin supporters
never enforced ivuly J until the en- Las Lot coiiliiii-d his matches to hU for currying the U. S. M.n W
' 1 the :oTth; congress.: The longest day: I bay'man.ilde and Nee you CATTLE FORSOUTJUFRICA late t .ok up the Shtrmaii n-i>esl b'.lL native land having traveled over Europe the L. & N. Depot and I1 -

of this session lasted 141 hours during know are rival candidates for the I, At that time the public: mind In-came meeting all cheers. and al-o the exclusive ba;:. .

Q' which S') roll calls were taken. marihalshi and were working one I f-o inSuewed! a-'ains-t the delny! ii the While in Fr-ir-ft? Maupns defeated li-ge on all trains enUniv :

day last week in timber in tht- ,' ,' of the !best wrestlers in tLat we *( t
f The number of bills and resolutions titetralewictprt!\( ( was : +erutiul some cuun- dpaf-eu'tstoand ft

1,, introduced in the ouse during the same hold. A stick of Umber was : active o\' try. UN nio.t imixtrtaut match wa: t-I, residences; and trot: i. _
: and continued for tome with Paul Ton, the giant Frenchman, '
two sessions of the congress was I suddenly dropped, it is told and i night.FIpi.
: Thou it li-oi.pfd 1 out of sight until the which Bulled in a draw after au Lour
1S4CO on which reports; were made Frank'iLlt"s foot was in the way. BRITISH STEAMSHIP EL'CKING-!
I I Spanish war excitement came on. whenIt and a Laf of \rt'tin. t & Rn( DIe Stinic( GUdJ"
resolutions. The lIe got crippled as the rt'mt.ow
bills and
on 2S1'J wa az.iln euforwd, as it has been Now Manpas is anxious to wrestle
bt 1 the house 103'J senate I they are cruel enough to say that HAM DUE IN THREE DAYS TO We also conduct a Freir"i-; "
senate sent to more ,, I u-ine ,
l err > '
bills and resolutions.: The house disposed ; Xee and his; supporters had something CARRY A. LARGE CONSIGN I New York Mail and lxnress.: tl that ho would: bar LI man pum .
I : machinery and furniture at (ii'
1 t of 241S:! of the measures ori?. 1 to do with that accident. Tom I i,. at (;rl':O-!:man style. the better able Prices.Tlephone.

inatmg with it and cf K'12 of the senate i gets mad when anything like thatis MENT.: !'nr.w1.alh Dronsht: Wnter. tln'ywr the more pleastd LW\ aki your orderPm"Livpty -* ', )r

j bills and resolutions, making a hinted at in his presence, as is I 1 "$IIt-king vf drinking; water," said! be to a match. >'uble 1'hoMr ,

.ne of a group of mn waiting fur When in condition. Maar--* '..'(.;; t* *. H. H: HallmJlk', K -.
I quite natural as he never had
total of 343'j: : bills and resolutions acted ,
1 a shower to pass over "the best 1 everI arrant '!'H' pom.ds. lie :* <.\ '.:.t:-rand Pnoae S1.MERCHANTS.
on. It left on its calendars 1'td; I a thouht in his mind at the time.. i j At least one thousand head of cat-
i it I drank was on my uncles farm. has all the appearin-if..'.-. J..-.-
bouse and IIS senate bills! and reso Now, somebody sass it was all a tIe will be shipped; from ren i : 1 I'' | on top a Maup.i has ea;:;'_i'\l :a s-:. : ,' r
lotions.A : prearranged plan; for we older Burin; the first part ol April to the I had a well very divp. sIxty feet -Imkun match ":mv his arrival Lyre iltfti'-.r; 3!R:. H. H. HALT r.\nK.l'r'

voters know thai Frank became I>easoa! bay coiutry in South fracas but it never Lad any wattr In Andre Kramer cf Yonder, X. Y, Us "

I President Gompers of the American ''crippled! cnly a hort time before'hisprevious ''on the big! stead>hi;) B'lck'.nctaniwhich : I I j It until Un years a"a A !L nary: now two stra'LtMonroe: tel, H.RRH.LL L\r.K, Trac"f.r A&
II fell that winter and uncle filial! the LSS.KRPai P A A HPENSACOLA ..
Federation of Labor has appeared ( election, and it i.* cruel is due in three (Iaunder
i" I well with snow. He rolled! up balls! and "
before the Senate, judiciary committee ,enough ia an opposing candidate to !'charter to the Haerman-La'zit'r Trading
until they were large enough to go into Jack Monroe has put h.s signature
at Albany X. Y.. to protest againstthe i remark that he suffered the injury as : Co.
II the well cleverly and then dumped to armies cay.g (..r a fi;;ht with Tom
'I: I proposed law for compulsory art a sort of 'rabbit foot' arrangementfor | As toldinihispaptr a few days preI than in until it was packed to the Sharkoy.; It is \j uke place: before the

i bitratiun of difficulties between corporations his fight in June." i I \iou5iy, the Buckingham: was chartered i top. They were packed su closely. that club oSfirinj: the best IndiKvme&t, Pressing ClubFOR

and their employees. Mr. I ,, to take tae place of the Oakwood. i I they .M not melt: until late the Ml' but will not IN' pulled o3T before four

Gompers is very emphatic ia his denunciation I "I saw an impressive sight yesterday which was damaged on her naiJenvoyase. 'win? summer but when they did months during which time Monroe
i. I they produced a supply of water I will continue to do a theatrical
I of the proposed measure. The Euckinghani will 1 not GENTLEMEN.
'j{ afternoon at St. Michael's ceme : newer raw i-urpa!'-e Among other things he said: If yon have left this days before:
tl} port many
I tE'rantI one that was not incapableof ur coolness. It was delicious. taking! many dlalil....,. lie can hardly :
outlaw strikers you will simply girt 'the Gakwood arrives and there will i
,1 : this! well alwaysdry
: tninw to iar
of wlng out some worthy lessons : expect: to lat as a stage attractionmore \

,i j'l place to the harsher measures: your ," sail a young gentleman. "I : probably be two cattle caret es sent: I before Las I'roductnl a plentiful tan four months locker unless One Dollar Per MonthIn

cannot legislate out of existence the I out from Pinsacola within a few surlily biac-e. The water. while not as be does some.htn..
had occasion to go into the sacredplace Advance
to enht.
right of men to combine an
I notedan
. when
with sister
t' work if need be for the! betterment of I my Resides the live SIOCK the Cuckin still cscellett and celebrated through- KUal Graduate Oarsmen Clothes Cleaned and I'n'--t : .-

:, condition. Public sentiment of oid man possibly s3 years oflase I or.t the aeijhj'jiluood.-t'Licago; Intir Tte anW.Uacelneht that Columbia! often a; d"ired.: Your ('I.! -
6r lli theIr ; ham will! load here nearly two million
I sent for and delivered. ,
walking carefully among some Ocean. CS'a -
university; will send graduate
k the whole is with Mr. dumpers a ; crew
country unnamed feet of timber and limber and about ?: South Palafox and Ji. '
of the graves. Suddenly.with I
Pi.ils'lelpbta to compete in the
1\ at least in his list proposition. thirty thousand bushels of ;;rab. Gall. Net Heart In China. flub.
a :htenes: and a movementwhich American Ilenloy ou July 2 means
I I The right of men to work or quit I The Chlne-e, says the l1Inh:11: Mercury -
This grain is; arrivin this wee and
outward expression of tLat in all reliability there will be -
;r work when they please is a sacred ; hU gave fe Ima he removed is shelled ra from the cars to the !lay stress on the amount of gall .Ini! race l.ottt-w-n the prtJvatcg vf Lsfiss' Piiia! siirii a J; '
true a niiin Us; and not on the urjount cfi I
! right which can never be ilenlM. But his hat elevator as fast a? the cars arrive.As Pennsylvania and Columbia. Coach Tours for Neat -.
" i carefully approachedan i heart. Thus we read of llou King,
it is the right of men not members of has been noted from he first Ilantjn of Columbia think that his
h ; : unmarked grate, scartely'a wU.. was governor of llonan in the
: union enjoy this sacred privilt graduate oarMu: can beat those of the G. W. IRWIN.
a b'isinsss for the line has ben bri-rh:
{f : nound, and knelt before It. He sixth ot-ntury, that he once captured n
red and blut: but Coaf'hraN thinks
t t>ge which now needs protection lWpe1! his flee with his "kerchief. and is opening up finely ro far a. i rebel nanu-d LI nu h.. brought him Into otLerwiw.

" the freight bnsinrs i; concerned the Liiik. eOri! d off his Lends andi
[ : and the sight truly affecting
was so
. ALL CARS MUST i i Lis feu. : '. ; '<'. j;> lik L.-rt and cutout I K o t Chocolate with
there doubt
. practically never was
: any Hoot n"1 :Ole-COT.
BE LOADED TO LIMIT. : that we moved away. I have never hI. L..:- 'fiektiL: ,. however I Whipped Cream at Solo
Jr.It'I cf its success. It U 1r.I1..l t!.at Juk P,-it and '
the old man's althoughI
1 r I known name co-t.:-.'U- I to jt. features unUi. I mon's.
] rid Late K-f-n l
McCoy : to
I Officials in charge: of the Louisville: : have many times seen aim on the .. r .. ..1.'1 i:!* cou-teuajce &:1.1 > .--,
Ka-tt ct I'.irt Erie Man-b M_ Such
;' and XashvUle railroads {1X.Jf.rt and .strif-is: neither have I ever known 1'iirr.iiiInMe I'reparnli'Ina i ('l:._ iHl. His gull bladder was then! a
match should furnish
"Yas-'r.: :' .I.j: Ucclf ,\.. "I'se one of the most
I bury wn to have the capacity of a pint
remains encased STEAMER SCHEDULE
whose are LINE
j Import business hive instructed that precious attractive events that !have ever been
ill- high! -!.owl. ,
got a daughter i.n ( x : measure, which completely nc'ountl.Ji
I no car should be sent north from Pen in the casket burial( there, but I pulled off at the club. There have ken-\
1 Mi.ijHj.-e you are very proud of his itoclsia. In 11..1;). when the armies -
sarula with imported iien" 'ml'i.Joad",1 i I, am now sitisSed that the departedone her." previous K'l-wts, !L | of the: l2ntcho were gradually d
I 'Ietween
to its fullets capacity.. No was very dear 'o the old gentleman 'f\.l 114. An 'rLu's me' <=l.e'str : Overrunning China, one Wu Han Chao Ialr'r matches The only way the : Prneai-ola anti

I ,j car is allowed to leive now with im ; I saw there yesterday." 'Wire t.> a :::-e't Le'p to her fatherhe's made bead against them in Anhui, but pair can stir up any interest I* to fight 1 Hans Dally Fxeept under

I I .- stu-lyin: c.>ctaetry at ile present I he finally fell Into their hands.; The "CITY OF TAMPA."
maximum t I Simply battles: of Dr. IilmPr'sSwampRi"t time, an' s!:{-';; !':!yiu' din k-v-ons over i historian i records that his gall was O' rlen'* D<>fl.

I the erat kioio(>yh\'d an' over nz'in *o"< I kin hear 'em'hnt's :' :| three inches ions. Jack O'Rru-u of Xv lYort Jg out |i (.. Milton .. 9.9i nm LvFrntvaj II, s'm
This shows the scarcity of cars and with Uc-fi. OT.rien is ; U rrl1laeola, > ni Ar Mu1' ,
and bladder remedy, are hell? di .- \\ that for?* 1 .. a swH-pii.: Willing; | ,
i also the large amount of traffic now I tribu'ed here from house, free. Have -Wei!, suh. I alus! was kind o' amI II I, The Par... to mont any maxi at H5 to W pounds; i; Fare, \0c; Koand trlp.l.

t being enjoyed by the company. It you received on.? ious to preach but I nebber didn't hab TLe Parsee nntrammded by his sur- Joe <.shirt Jack IVniiett of McK(tiiort' i i -

also prevents the sidetracks in the I I I de word to stand de competition. Now i roundin: Ii seen In i mbay in all hrcaltli '< or Jim Carduer pri-fernnl: The New j l!

city from being congested with laden A Guaranteed Cure tor Pies I reckons when I stan's up in front o' I \ of height and dress. The men Yorker has the calps of Tom I5nl
and unloaded cars, and therefore dat congregation; an' pits to telln"em are. without exception! tall finely lek..11 Thoma.Jak Id eck. Jack
Itching, nlln Bietdinc! orfProtrcdicgPi
keeps things on the move continually .. Yrur<< drugzi't .111 rc'ondyoni ;, 'bout bypoibenucs an' rahleI1t'cramtI ; I forne and stately and possess a robutuess Williams Toby rolwll and Andy C 1 and I of Boston in Us belt I NEW
noneylf I'AZO 01STMESTlfail>;totcure I s frwine to rive up an' admit dat oauty quite at contrast .

If You Want you, vOceotiThe Uey's list DI1' to lanuag; sbo'1 'nu2.: with their Hindoo C(!;;trs. I

i! Their street costume is a peculiar: I. LaTlKnJordan Dual Off.

I a perfect cream rrt'sern'ol"Itbott i lion to Tell n Good COTT. lane white octtou .nvn. wide trousersof Kid 1.1\"ine; and lieu Jordan wl!! *-j

I sugar order Eorden's Peerless ErindEvaporated \;onIrritatingCa The two essential! and vital point' (! the same mntirifil and color end a i not fst; ia London, the men being have moved my jw-r! ,.: -.. ''

t Cream. It has a delightful ; In tLe dairy Caw are a large; middle tall miter s!,r.ped hat. They have a I nnsl! to agree on w ight Lavjgne I 120 South Palafox foru r-. *

.4 natural flavor and is SUlli'rir! to tllartic and I lpbt quarters, said Profe *>frnaeoker general reputation for ubrirty fro-alii I wanted i:;.) p:>ur.d; ar.-l Jordan refused pied by Bi<* & Co., ad ,: :

the richest raw croam you can Mywith before the Minne.ot.a l>alryyen. i ty: and sagacity, and they SK-VBI tothoroiisMy !,ore the 1_'i pouid Uialt. better prepared tfaaa ev-r t' : r6

the added assurance of b.'ingfteriHzeJ. Easy to take.: cagy to operate having secured the deep bodied, understand the dccnmula- It.=0'; : great bargains diamon 'K'c..-

Prepared by DJrJ n's Cm-1 t spare cow there is no objection to the tion of fortunes in tLIs: respect rtstini Fi each Wqffles with : jewelry, etc. Call and ;t" h' '

Hood's Pills fancy points, provided they do not in- i btn; the Hebrew The wealthiest Florida Cane Syrup at !I let me convince yon. ,
denied Milk Cu.I' .
I 1 terfere with th two mentioned. I residents of I J.1.iTEPHEN' ,
; -. Uombay. _are Parsees. Solomon's.. i I I i "


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W. C. O'NEAL, President No. 5OO8. !
STRANGERS"POURED 8. J. FOSHEE,Ylce.P'lIldellti JOHN M. E. CLARK PfEIFFER, Cashier, Ass't Cashier.; 1



I -- Designated Depository of the United States.

Condensed Statement at the close of busine** Feb. 9, 19l'3.


E. CHURCH LAST NIGHT. BATTLESHIP ALABAMA. THE BIG BATTLESHIPS. Loaasand Discounts ................. ..... 336072.95; Capital Stock ...... .............. ..... .... 200000.00 ;
Demand Loans..... ...... ...... ...... .... 1228C654 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00.
Overdrafts..... ...: ...... ...... ........ .... 1,16002 Undivided Profit....... ...... .... .... .... 'C90.76rU.
S. Bonds and Premiums.... ..... ...... 213,806.87 Circulation.............. ...... .... ......... 125,000.00
'I ihe| revival services at the Palafox Loaded to her capacity almost yesterday Yesterad morning several excursion Stocks securities, etc.... ...... ...... ...... 2,625.00 Dividends Unpaid,...... ........ ..... .... .. 180.00 {
church : Furniture an J Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6.718.48 Deposits..... .................. ...... ......
Methodist were begunin afternoon 565,649.31
5.- the excursion steamer trains filled with Alabama Cash and Exchange,...... ................. 223.17021
truest last night, being attended Tarpon endeavored to pass very 'strangers rolled Sn/o Pensacola, and /

1., congregation; that filled the Sun- near the Alabama
, ,y a School room. Evangelist Mcln- realized what was and occurring before, the anybody Tarpon I: the crowds of the which cheap had rates taken allowed advantage the Total...... .... .... ...... .... ............. $911,420.10 Total.... .... .... .... .. .... .... ...... .... $911,420.10.

., delayed by washouts the This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will
was on fouled of give
one the aft davits of day before were greatly swelled upon your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. Sl
r.. r.,acts! but a telegram was read the battleship and snapped that hoist the arrival of the trains. ,
i1'T., :,im stating he would be on hand ing necessity in short order. The excursion The strangers had an idea they 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. k

steamer drew oft quickly and had been landed somewhere in the 1It

T' pastor preached and the inter- was not injured.At rainy Mississippi country from the
t.' 'ia- difp. The singing was very the time of the incident there weather they ran into when the trains :

:: 1 !-it the pastor urges more to were hundreds of persons on both the reached here, for as early as five

( "I the platform and assist. The i battleship and steamer but everything o'clock rain was falling in deluges and -

: :rof all the choirs in all the I passed over quickly and quietly, continued almost without stopping until (

, > ,-. are embraced in the invita- but large steamers will not hereafterbe one {'. ni. -.....

1' the close of the service last allowed to land the Thelabamia1s
i near ships unless came for one purpose -

!'jority i of the large ccngrejionded a lighter is nearby. and that was to see the ships. e !2
:. to an invitation to II Rescued Sailors. I Braving the rain and wind, they j WQp tl

.' .ur communion with God While tho b"y was literally covered walked to the wharf in the forenoon .

adults applied: for member- I with excursion boats of all sizes yesterday !but were told admission en the vessels I.I I.

a sail boat occupied by half a i would be refused until the after I

;-Mcintosh arrived on a I dozen Italian sailors suddenly cap- :noon. Then another trap back uptown ; ,

Mia: last night. He will con. sized n.:ar Dnjlcn street v.harf. The ,I was made, and by the time they i

services tJu !;ht. Let those :'I racing crew of the Texas were trying I i hail all became very well soaked: -

> j; the singing be present 'their muscles in their trim racing i| through the rain stopped for a short _

l hers vii; seat congrcga- craft and when they saw the predicament : -' time and the sun came out. Then a I i

of the Italians the boat was little shower, more sunshine? and a SETTLEMENT CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, DO YOU KNOW

steered round swiftly in that direction -, fair afternoon followed. Then the
No.30 South Palafox street, for your BEET MAN LUMBER CO. have
Presbyterian Meeting. rescuing the half-exhausted men largest crowd that has ever been seen BEING SOUGHT
I. .Feting at the .Presbyterian electrical work. He is prepared to a large stock of dressed studding
from danger.; The latter were profusein on the ships patronized the fleet of

i : C"sod last Wednesday evening their than's but tie manly "jack-: i excursion boats. All the strangers -- do you a first-cl.iss\ job at moderate and j"i tGet their prices before

bavins; been conducted for ten its" saw them safe and rowed rapidly 1 hand I a great many home pealle'el1t There will be a joint meeting of prices.;: Pu! n? 203. I buying. d1G 1m
.y Rev. N. Bachman of Tenncs- .
the Alabama
away. to see committees from each faction of the '
The excellent results of this se"f I I .. -- -- -- -
i .
The Isla de Luzon. --- --
j pilots tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock, -- ------ ---- --- ---,
--- --
meetings was seen yesterdayn The captured cruiser Isla de Luzon j! and while it will -
not acknowledged
service of the sasEs22sEs2s;s
at the forenoon:: which II.'l"tIobile early! Saturday -' MARITIME. I II it is said the session will be for rr--- HARBINGERSOF
'h fJrty-eight young people
had not shown up here at :2:30: : the purpose of effecting a settlement.The .
the church This was
'nil to vows. Admiral Wise said
this afternoon.
,I meeting is an important one at
of the largest numbers ever afternoon that the vessel would j U
this I )
Arrived. any event, and no little interest is ( )
own to join this church at one certainly be here not later than Wed. .i Ital ss Italia, 1S11, Caldrone, Norfolk being attached to the outcome. #
' me it was stated and showed the ::1 .. !i I
nesday, when it is thought she will!! i Several :
to Gulf Transit Co. visiting pilots are at the 5
will seed by the lIouful'an '
( '
list be docked for examination. I Am ship Kennebeck, 193C, Lane, Cbcambia today, but the purpose of ) rn ID \ )

Baseball Practice. I Boston to John A. Merritt & Co. them being here will not be divulged. .SPRING.

Baptist Revivals. Baseball teams from the Kearsarse They are Captain Duncan Wright of ) j ca s2s 52s2525Ps25PSJ .. .. ? )i .;i
1:30 ) < )
ashore at
and Alabama came .
Brunswick Ga., Captain T. S. Davidson. -
\1 night J. Seamy and preened yesterday interesting-morning o'clock this afternoon to play a game VESSELS IN PORT. of Fernan.lina. Fla., antI Captain COME INTO THIS STORE NOW IF YOU WANT A BREATH OF f ;
of ball to settle! a long dispute. The
iinense" congregations at The Spaulding Jacks onville, Fla. aft ; ;
game will he a mut'ial one, and a Steamships.Aureola -_ ,
i ,,riot church. The evening 1
,- specially interesting, number of citizens are watching it. Br ss, Christopherson, 130S; TO CUKK A COLD IN OXK I).\y ) EASTER Ii coming utter that sunshine and ba'my'atber.. Here you (

tiimber of concerts were Scrofula! is a bad: thing to inheritor Boston to Pensacola Lumber Co : Take Laxative Rrnmo Quinine Tablet !I i\ her, counted with canS.ephatis irreproachable proper qualities to, iriesisiatilipriCHs wear, Correct styles-from only mtMlium reign to ) .
Dora Br ss, Goulding lOSO, New llnature 6WJ on every *i h'lCh-an. you know %iin wasli tea cents, or icn .Iollan for aa article that S( i
acquire, but there is this about it- I box, :.>c. rt It's worth that much. There's no element of ctiALCt when you buy here.Wei )f
York to Gulf Transit Co --- --- _. t ,
-- ----- --- -
Hood's Sarsaparilla coni-A'tely; cures I I < ,
-. '. lusilis Church. Durango Span: ss, Quintana, 22a": >spii>oiallv8ik t your "'
; even the worst cases. CORSETS SILKS AND DRESS GOODS. !ij :
NOW IS THE TIME TO FURNISH' a'tnti"n to our di.- I
of n tn.la1s... i New Haven to Sutherland Innes Co ; I pmy ol the new 'tries In oir BlwiuJ.iw ;; !

:mil interesting: ser- .' . '.I Induni, Br ss, 'arruthers, 2S71, i YOUR DINING ROOM, AND MAR. I: bow 50c to S3.50 pair. and<>urdi silknUf.pav...nn poucareful ln poorts.pecIluii. (I(1 1) .1.
,n the Uhiversalistf Philadelphia! to F. 0. Howe & Co. : Tbl'rl"ollll'tblnil new and ) ,
WANT IN SIDEBOARDS, CHINA i We Lace the linenMok olarra'uga-lilfd' nearly every d")'. i )
was one of itapornlii < i Nith: Dr ss, Sturenhcn, 14S3, fi 11\r HOSIERY of Huo"ry in llereyo will and only the newestluil J '!
MEWS fOTES! Kin s'cn to nix M. Robinson CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS. : ( ttnn.V' 'know it.&nd want you to DoblJy..t.r wearing and color- (( ) \:
.' 'itlual, and close : I !( know It. Jtwelrecti.Llee.trlpa. ItzsTafelaa ) \'
.'. The Dr. I Vir-in do Loud res. Span ss. Eche- I 50c yard up ( ) I
-n. [ SI ,
: j 25cfo: pair. : Voiles .. SOc ( ,
\alue of wraith, eduliiw I varria. l9;::' ), Vera Cruz to PensacolaYivina. Hot French Waffles with I rl! Etamines 60c yard yard up up ; ; t
I L'hsb 'r Co Florida Cane Syrup at ; I r
all things
., ,!ok
cmn high mass at St. Michael's at 9 '! to Gulf! Transit CoHeels'ini I II Ii __ i New-lines Just received.Dresden <
the n something new b day.
every (
i 1.-11 emphasized I lltbbons 25c yard ups i !
'I 1 ilioseunlcsscombined a. m. Fathor-IU-nrioIds, of the Ala J i Dutch ss, Hagenaa, S74, '' B. H. FAIRCHILD lOc yard up to 63c. Jt-ltslatt'lt: novelties 50c up ,
llama will!! be the celebrant of the .
Havana to H. P-aars & Co .. I
'' liaracter, godliness in I II - - -

will preach again to- mass and Father lx>v\ney will! preachthe I North Sea.: Er SS, Stephen 1'iSS, : C'pnOLSTERER W. J. & B. FORBES .
iHimegyrie of St. Patrick.: Havana to l'l'n1acohLlInher Co I
1-1 1 -ovtn.HYI.MV t 38 EAST ROMANA STREET.
I r Rio Sano Span ss, Ouerrica, 29SO, ..
'aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a !
I Galveston for bunker coal .
; NO (TltP. NO 1'\Y. I Specialtf.Butterick i.11"
if I Irmard Horn, Ger 5S, Holler, 9uS. i
will refund
--t your money
Musical held avery
The Wednesday 403.
P MM! N r fails to cure Klngworm, St George, to H. Baars & Co : Phono: .
enjoyable meeting with Miss ...SPECIAL SALE.. \
1 < r- mid sores.\ 1'iuiples and ,
K .,A ,- ",. the face, and all skin discs I Heine last week. The following! ; program Ships. ,
NSP"1NG was rendered."I Carana Ital ship.Cosla 14SS, Cape II Patterns
Love Thee"-Greis (piano' ) Mrs.M. Town to order I
MILLINERY. Clutter. Kings County, Br ship, :2<''C1, Salter April Stock just received

"The Sultanas Sang"; -Eemberg- II Rio Janeiro to order showing every desirable BRAWNER'St

:N'.rdstmm at number Miss l'iagsio.; Rohne, Br ship, Millieap, 1C1S, Calcutta garrcer.t for the Spring

l-ni-ndonria I:! i is display- "Sunshine Song" Grds: -. Miss to "'. O. Howe & Co season and al' the latest

a"racthe ready-to-wear Indus, Ital ship, Oneta, 1111. Marseilles
: novelties. i To make room for my Immense Stock of Spring }
,1'''d children of Spring The next meeting will be Wednesday to order

ii- ht'l'llt'n In the I morning 10:311 I March IS, with Oddere Nor ship, Sars 1CC, Durban Norfolk Styles with the Kimono Goods, which is now Arriving Daily. '

\ iTom's i : Spring: Or1f'n- I )1I.s1:son, llo \'.'. Gregory. to F. O. Howe & Co Neck; :t.:\

"' in a short time and MARY WILSON. Sec.; I Saga, Nor ship, liana, 1224, Montevideo 1
: 1. u tine promises to I ._ I to master StcleEffects on Capes\ Coats, Blouses: 3'100 yard of 7'J Kofc-Finilied;; I j 30 doz :Men's All Wool Red Undershirts j}?
her. I 1-'. & A. M. .* '.... Bleached Domestic, worth 6c. tu ;I wunh Jl, special iae. ; drawers ; j
;ore by Regular communication Barks. and Cctfee: Sacks; make room, at 4', ;:3 yard. to match. .'

of I'ensiu-ola, L dse No. 42, Advokat Schiandcr, Nor bk.: 3WJO yard* Fitch villa 4 Bleached !i j! 47 Ladies' Rpady-to.We'lr Rainy- rj,r

E. \\V. PEAKE ; GF.. & A.M.; nt j:3U p. m., sen,-, Algoa Bay to order ra'1'1 Shirred Styles in Waists and Skirts; Domestic, worth 9c, to make room, I i DIY: Skirts, worth $I1O, special sale ?
;; March Id at 7c yard. j 9Sc ach.L9 f.fl
Auemore. Nor bk, Hanson 1043: ,
.' / for Girls and :: Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
All Latest
F- builder ...vWork in the E. A. de- the Styles 2otK; yards Lon'dale and Fruit -I Riiny-
"'itmctor and Rio Janeiro to order Day fckirt all "
guaranteed wool
/ : ,
w p ,-ctncil work ill fir-t- gree.Visiting Little Folks Bleached! Domestic: worth lte to wnrtjj f4. special axle! $2.4S rach. .1
: brethren are cordially in- Attivo. Ital bk Salvatore, Olt( Messina make room at a c'4c? yard.
',d at reaionablo: rate to orderCarlo 6u Lidie-i' Black\ and! ColoredWorsted
vited.B. TUNIsuN,11'; M, loOXJ yards 41 Unbleached Dome skirts;; worth f 1.CO, special ';,
.'.d at 30 South: Palafox C. P, Ital bk, Boffe, 1073, Montevideo The Delineator for April tic, worth Oc, to make room, at salf 9wc each. f.
2 ';;. 4'4c yard. .
to orderChristiane 37 Ladies' Black Tailored ard Figured I;
i Rus bk.: Johans, Algoa: I 15 Cents. lit yard' HH Gold Brand r'hppting' Sk Irts, worth J2: 50 to 80', special ;
( -.---- ._- worth Ise, to make room, at 13s sail: $lay to U 93 each. IfI
9\ *.* t \Vtrxr .'wrf r" i Ital bk, Olivari 847, T'n'l No mere beautiful cr useful J.? 10 4 Ppperal Bleached I.I Undershirts, worth f 1.5<), cpecU1S1 -

5 ,&: LENTEN SPECIALTIES.H .. enff to order magazine in the marK< t.J. I Sheftili;. wurib Make room, j ; drawers to match, in WMte,
II Red and Fawn colors. /
5 I Gers, Br bk, Ljungber, Simons I I at 1834c-yard. I I 25' doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed I
j.ju 4
ytrd310 Pepperal Bleached I '
: Town to orderj and Fleeced Lined Undershirts! at
j Lady Penrhyn, Nor bk, Andersen I! ShptinTorih 2jc, to make. room I! 25c; drawers to match.
CAHN & GO'S J. M. COE I at 202 yard. I .
.SOL I'I 21 doz. B i Savannah to order
.. 773, 1 Rem'mberwe carry a full line of All W' ul Underahirts at c.oci
::: Madonna de Pompeii, Ital bk,1':' Boys' Pint, from 3 to 16 age, at I(I drawers to match. t
to Rosasco Bros prices to suit fvprybidv.7vdi We full line of
TLttTi 1) MCKI-lfl-t-, UKRN Tl'IITLK "Ti. Sturle. 1'Jl Havana BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER : carry a Ladies', '
Men's Heavy French fckIore1o
z Men'ond and
Boy's GlrU' Shoes r
1-\1. 80t.r..Ut.LI.jH.U", Thomas Ital bk Lauro, S09: Naples:
i>s nnsn.
) UadTthirt, special 2Oc; that wq.eao save you 25c on. .
!illlii FHII KOK, to master !! 203 South Palafox Street,
mitt I drawer !o match.60doz Rpmf-mber-We carry a full line ,
1 UIMOti, iIl\TBII9.: KIPPKIIKI1: HEHK1NG.TtTNSY .I J. H. Marsters, Br bk.: Frank, 591,1! PEX5ACOLA. Fla. Men' FJp
i. FISH Belize to L. N. Railroad Co. I j I *, worth 5oc, special 35c; dollar. We will close them out at
A j ../r./erythir. Generally Kept in a First-Claa Grocery. PHONE 178. Barkentines. I In. ';1- --- --- ---- -- -- I drawer to nn: tch. jmt 2 price off other merchants. .._

A. C. BINKLEY friends
desires his
C. Grable, Dan bktn, 1SS, Cardiff'!

......... to H. Baars & Co and the public to know that he has We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress II I
: Moved to Room 508, Thieaen building -
where he will continue as! heretofore -
Goods at New York Wholesale
Br sch, Sweeting, Prices. .
Mabel Darling.
DR. H. MOCK a general hw practice.
J. Dunmore Town to master
Governor Blake, Br sen, -. Grand

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c 0 In his "Confessions of a Caricaturid"Harry CLfaSISGSD I When a rather "difficult" party Is to Curse

Furnlss tells the following story : HE\LISG be entertained, composed of people!

I JufrowJinije' o of his brother-in-law, a man who bad CUKE FOR I who are young stiff or not well acquainted. -

o 2 spent his life In London: I It Is a good plan for the hostess -

? .s t lie was! also an Inveterate and clever CflTflRIJHSl's i to have ready some scheme to or

story teller and of course occasionally break the Ice of formality at the Btirt.
1 Wooingy 'f i J'A rnado slip as for instance on a rail-
Journey to Brighton once when be: Cream Bali! I DRINKCUBED
ttwwr RlOOR! .H.'t.IY_ oo way played pood fun om he had to begin
found himself; alone with a stranger. I
method of choosing
I I with by a unique
Sasy and pleasant
Cot iijftt. 1902. bi tt i S. Miftn: Conun in conversation happenedto I > :.t.
The stranger! I
;ou>!e. Contains IIi j 1 partners. One way is by matching up
.o.CGOO =QcG :&=C=CQO.:. ask my relative: casually Le were :Injurious druz. V' i:" characters of fiction. Let each of the BY
banks of the canal I fond of traveling."Traveling UUqnicklr.bsorb1COLD'NHEAD' I,I girls draw a slip on which the name of
Past :
? I should! rather think some noted heroine of fiction Is writ- WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.
went tht bcd scows laden with market lt"pens and cleanses 'Nasal I I
Le replied airily! and Imagininghe toe 1'aasags
so Tudor, Becky
STORK ten as Trilby, Mary
1 Allans Inflammation. HeaU and Protects
stuff. profiled by the strong arms
was impressing! ; some one who was the Membrane. Keatores the Sense of Taste I Sharp, Lady Babble, Lorna Doone, etc. No t.ult, J'o' CHlor. Ian t* ':, .. ,!. ,

of iiisant women. Apaiast:; tha blue i TIME "something! in the city." he continued. maU and SmelL;TnalllzfllOc lire bY ioc.mEt as Druggists or by The men draw Blips bearing the names voter,tea or loft trithout patittt -

of the sky tbo weathir gray of the "Yes. sir. I'm a pretty experienced traveler. .LY BROTHERS of the corresponding heroes as Little White Ribbon Remedy til curSor ,tr.t- ,.
windmills btm-d th. sunlight Into ; to most women is a tern of 1 Been mostly! ronvl the world and 56 Warren Strcet.Sew york. Billle Charles Brandon. Rawdon Craw- Unti tile dlsea..hetht'r i'd appetite the patlentU for ftlCOfl1 ''

_ shIftIng! bhadows.JLlfrow I anxiety: serious thought | all that kind! of thins, you know and delta-- Ornament- hey, Gavin Dishart and John KIM The inebriate, -tippler," social&(In c '.Ii.-r t.J.,

Jintjo hid droppotl her knit- and With sweet tie anticipation.cessation of pain Lad "my share of adventures. I can tell An observer of a statistical turn of i: couples must then get together as the apofrtitp drunkard.for ImpoMbletoranyonett/aleoh-lio liquors afu '_.-.
tin;; In a tangk-d! mass, flinging; herself to childbirth you: mind made an inventory of hs, world of fiction has paired them, and White RIbbon Kvniedr. '
necessary confidence hostess'I'I'
. back agahM: the shint of the bank! to there comes calm nerves, After a bit he gained more the reception room while waiting I lIt mistakes are made eo much the more Indorsed by Members of \\, c 7 j-

blink! the Lazy Jufrow Jiutjeso I -tlnJ launched Into details, giving fun. With clever people the possibilities -
at sun
and .
_ ; sleep recuperation. appearance and noted forty-seen Mrs. ('>Or('.press gnptTlntrnrtfiit If, .
the maidens, '- (' cllll'llll\'r- stranger the benefit of his experience."Why wholly useless "ornaments," the maJor- !! for a bright conversation ou this men's Christian Temperance IV, :. \ .

alien fi uiidor the closo whitecap MOTHER'S sir you read In books that hunters tura, California writesi hav> '. ...'.
I truly an r ity of which were most Inartistic as : basis are endless. *4 bIte Ribbon Remedy on .. '
very '
watch i -
that: she hatod with all her soul the A of big game, such! as tigers welL TLe fever for possession of the I drunkards the cunsa Save I., L :,-

little black curls crept out to frame FRIEND their! eyes. Not a bit of it. What you The Heartiest In many cases th.>dy -aa, I.. ,
and unconsidcml desire! for "art"has Drngglit.
cheap I I
cretly. cheerfully recommf.idors .
watch the tall.Tllat's
do Is
_. the 6Wt'tcrn'1! of the dlaipk-d! chei-k, Lave :got to to converted otherwise agreeable I Flossie 1nastlr-Frt', what Is that White Ribbon Rt'mt'liIo', ..
does diminish the
I pain accompanyia'I the thing! It mesmerizes the I I our Union are deijt| ;; to fli !
warm with tLo tan! olivo cf an- I tbe the butcher uses? I a:
'I maternity. With its.aid mothers can ando to speak and have him rooms intD little mON than curiosity papers say mcal treatment to aid us in our'I' .
animal so you
otiur land. bring healthy, sweet dispositionec: shops and auction rooms. Before placing ; want to keep dear Fido's mat from"
In the ml brick house who,; at your mercy
Mpat and ideal babies into the world.
>ollIn .
any ornament in a room It would fl Druggists or by-niail, tl. Trial ,..
shining br.iss raiK-d stwp led out to :. Morning sickness, sore breasts and excruciating Dn arriving at tLe hotel he found Brother Fred Formaldehyde.Flossie .
be well fur tlJI'1I'r to put to it and : free
had writing Mrs. A. M. TO\AinSl'nd
that his Just
traveling Companion fcr
the niarbt dwt-lt Mi-vrouw pains caused by the Rradualtyexpanding
iuare I That Isn't what the druggist
I -
relieved thy his In the visitors' l>ook. I herself three questions: "Why is this I years secretary of a Woman's Ordain
van Verck, i/U n UI.J "risi!;! *!, but organs are by signed name j toM me.Brother.
str.iisht as an oak. Th"re had couio to penetrating;: and relaxing li:;uneat It was Richard P. Burton, one cf the : placed hcrt? "What Idea do* it stand Temperance Union, 2IS Trer'!otSt
Fred-\\'l.At did he ?
Anon the manifold aids to childbirth fcr?" and 'Isn't Its room just simple, i say .
h,-r wouuinhncid. vir-1oud. riot her- ? greatest travelers of the age My I i! deslrable'tLan Flossie-Prussic acid.-Indlanapo'.lj I Boston, Mass. tap -
Mother's Frier. has popularity I unobtrusive space.'more d
grown brothi-r-ln-Iaw hastened to apologise to Hannah fros.:21 S. Palatal
h d and fur Nichula
< ) van '
wrrow I
, and rich j' :Xews.
& gaiced a prestige among women the object itself?
Richard for his absurd tales. lie
: Vt-rok. the stal.vnrt 1anhiz of I I
; : son as well as poor; it is found and welcomedin ,
I"" th-. old house had tk-d fruiu the quiet the mansion as\%'ell as in the calin. had no Idea, of course:: to whom he was I Its rdhy. : : LISI4

I and quaJiitwss! cf the fatherlandwltliout : : Ey lessesis;;tie mothers ago y of mind retailing his yarns Tbe Virtue* of Woman ITinJly Yi$1torrs. A.. what 5i PEYWVii} PiLtS

, ever a word. The darkness of and dimini.iiiagpain a beautiful bfiuCIlCfis Burtoa 1aukcsllay; dO' ir sir, nut a A Paris! paper has been Inquiring you suppose makes you suffer s,)? j-1 i.'d'U't., ... .\I"iel..1,,,,...,...d.Vutl (i. _
five silent years had passed when one wrought upon the child and instead ol word please. I was more entertainedthan what virtues are most essential in' :Mrs. A.-I don't know, I am sure, I I ; f P i.. l'lltnU"Tt.I- 1.,11.-..! t." I II,

night, as the sea raged ajaliis-t the peevLi,ill-ternpered and sickly forms yor. I can tell you. You really might woman. The question submitted to its : end I believe nothing: but a pott taor- ","- -ot\:#qe\la, :',1.'L. ,'. .1.I,...hL..1.1 .,....,! : .

the wanden-r return.d-not have healthy, laughing humanity,remain- Lavo traveled-you lie so welL"Thought readers! brought many thousand an- I,, tern will ever show.Kindly 'I&'} -.a '.II..c..n. p'ii&iIutl.... ., ". ".
dikes I I
r lug a blessing: ever to and its country. II Faithfulness had S.'JTS 'votes I '.. : :- 4
:you I swers. ; Visitor-Yon p' or thing! You 1 '" ;* lk.tIr.r.. T 'ii
alone>r he carried the child that was All Druggists! fell:'Iloth r's Friend tt <:to i y, r.on i i .1.
i '* "* '
Write for our free Rck "Motherhood" It Was n Bird. i I economy 7OuO\ antI orderliness modesty are so weak tLat you can never stac A If ..-... \1 lu'I'MH'IJ1' .1' .
destined to be at the and .
once pride .. ,
r < klrkr' ( ,
A story Is told of a Glasgow bailie devotion, charity and gentleness follow -i that Tit-Bits. rui .
plague of )Ie"TOuw'an Verck's lonely THE: BBADFIELO BEGLUTOR; CO.. Atlanta. Gl I! rf "U'un ewnan It .'
__ whose knowledge of natural history i in the order named. Cleanliness I II II
life. A few months later Nicholas 00
i was limited. One day when on the I had 3.KH advocates; patience, maternal I II
van Verck, strangely old and broken. &hrrlt' his oars and strode with deteruJned I '
bench the following case came before affection and Industry had btf\\cen
: yleldwl up his turbulent soul as much air! up the Street, across the! I'
him: :2.000;! and 3,000 each, while courage, iAilCKEStCO.
: a mystery to Vaarken as U-fort he re markit place to the red brick house.
t: A man who had a squirrel on goingto discretion. simplicity, wisdom, honestyand I
; turned. The old and the child
: woman Mevrouw's high pitched voice cane to
the country for a short time left amiability were between l.OdO and
; JI 1 lived on together and the red brick him as he counted the stoop: I
I the squirrel in charge of a neighbor 2000. Abnegation came last In the liat Plumber Gas and Steam
,:;i mansion kept Its secrets well. "What manner of maiden art thou? i Fitter
I The neighbor when attending to tho with SOS votes.
I The years rolled on, the gypsy years Answer thou shameless one: Out of animal accidentally left the door of its I ,

i :i that stole the little laughing; child I the mire of the English camp In the I

i ': F: with her witching: dark face and left : heathen land my son brought: thee cage open and without being seen tt Imitation Laughter. I No. i South Palafox Street.All .
made its This Is a perfectly splendid liver i
r In her stead a demure young maiden of :, home. Like mother, like child. I want escape.
I On his: return the owner of the squirrel medicine: Take a deep breath and then i Kinds o; Plumbing; and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on HaaJVELEPHONR
dreams. Jufrow Jintje scarce sixteen. no more of thee. Begone: Then the
I at the for his the air from the In little !: .
i was very angry man expel lungs : MUi FMSAOOLA. FIJI
: ; had her _rt-lK-llious little head full of old voice broke, Into piteous weeping, I '
carelessness and brought an action : puffs, like a donkey engine. rush out
: I : old tales that Katrinke, the serving and luring heard a low sobbing that .
, a, I against: Lira demanding compensation I' all the air you possibly can, drawingthe
I: woman had whispered at dusk through came ever nearer as the great door I
I for the loss of his pet abdomen in and up as far as it will
the curtains of her white bed when ajar and Jintje crept throughInto
The bailie heard both parties and go. The doing of this exercise will I -n SAMUEL CHARLES
I'i mevrouw had thought: the child fast i the dark. ,
I' then pave the following as his l'tlsion.1 I probably "*nke you r.s being so perfectly I :
i askH'p. There was ever a faint elusivemtnuiry luring caucrLt tLe slender figure In I Iii
I. i "Nae doot ye did wrang to open the '1 funny or silly that you will windup BT AND SHOE MAKER
: of some other time when in Ms arms, where she struggled; : like e I
cage door but"-turnlng to the pursuer : with sour rf the real thing, which ,
I place of the jrassy banks of the slow frightened wild thing. Hut he held
-"ye was wraug tae, for ye should Is, of course. WUT than the imitation.Maxwell's .L
1i fI' canals the wi-ury order and cloanli- her close and rang; peal after peal on YOU WAIT.
hac the beast's Talisianu.!
!t.;! flOss of Vaarken came bursts t>f wild the old brass knocker, while overheadthe cllppit wings. I- I II Piii-:d3| Wholesale and Retail Dealer! in Shoes,* Leather&: Finding,
"It's a quadruped, yer honor! said I :
i' :
J music, white touts Capping in the oldoiee I cried: "Katrinke, Ka-
the man. PHO.M: 1>11. COT SOt'TH PAL U:OX KTltKKT.
; I breeze, the glow of scarlet and gold, trinkc, baste quick! The child hath Lore there :i-A Remarkable Case. -
"Quadruped or quadruped
'1 with warm, red lips upon her own. taken my foolish word and Is gone
If ye had clippit its wings it couldna One of the most remarkable cases of
: Dimmer and dimmer but the childish
as into the nJgLt" Then as the frightened

things slipiH-d! by out of the mtagiTUcjs -, face appeared' at an upper window hae t'Qwu awa'. I dismiss the caso." I I I a cold, deep-seated on the lungs, Ja E. DUJ3UISSOX (S BROTIIEli10IINKU

of everyday was born a rna'.s- Ivring uncovered his head and 'causing pneumonia. is that of Mrs. .. ,
IIor e Itacej In King Solomon' Time
; I sance of the past as the girl struggled; with the girl still held tightly againsthis Gertrude Fenner, Marion, Ind., who TAKKAGOXA D 1XTKXDENCIA STHEKTS.:
t Solomon but
King was a ,
:1j; daily to remember. Toolish: Jufrow breast, spoke In such wise that the sportsman : was entirely cured by the use of one ,I
I not Xlmrod.. lIe was the first king In I She "The Dealers in
. Minute Cough Cure. says:
As it the fatted :
Jintjo kine were not'It Ienouw'si
great door was flung wide. :\
Israel who Introduced In his country coughing and straining so weakened :

I better than the tents of Kt-dar: i anger had melted Into smiles, for was "horso races." Dr. Jelllnek some years : me that I run down In weight from i Choice Staple and Family Groceries o*
Oh. weary weary days-mevrouw, not the stranger a kinsman of Jufrow : *
ago,: published an ancient booklet of the 148 to 92 pounds. I tried a number :
''It: upright In her high. carved oaken, Jintje, by right of the unknown moth Talmudical era, wherein a full accountof of remedies to no avail until I used': Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too many! to enumerate

, J chair! knitting, always knitting er? She laughed and wept in a Lreath olonvwi's races" Is given The Bible I One Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles -' and Warranted to be the Best the Market Affords: and can: be

; only lx>kius over herpectack's lungonouzh as she told the story that Jintje had says that King Solomon was the I of this wonderful remedy cured Relied on.Ve can Duplicate any Order Given as During the

ffl ii'. to reprove' the girl! for her hungered to hear through; all the yearsof owner o ',"u) stables. As the country me entirely of the cough. strengthened Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Part of the City.

'If;tl; Idleiii'ss! and the silence of a house hfr lif,.. my lungs and restored me to my :
flivldc'd Into twelve ml1t.lrypro'iIII''S
' t whore laughter Is forbidden-where i i There was a flush of shame on the was corresponding to the settlement i normal weight, health and strength. COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.

Wtij, OBO ;goos M.ftly in pt-uanix for au un- old fartas she told that h"r love for I Hargis Pharmacy, John Sheppard.Sid- P.O. Box 326.
of the twelve tribes each -
I'l I known sin: She hated the 1ocap: the child: hacll'roml.trtllJ'r t> hide all by a nazib (governor), who governed had I! ney Kahn. PHONE 66. J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.,

//1 tile solx-r garb i.f the maidtn.I .
tractf Lr mother's klntlml. us she '
to provide for the k1n; wants and Family Grocers.Ttf .
if I ctt<'r the flash vl >u.tutolyr and ,
pi Lad i.oM hir into a Dutch BUY THEN
hoped to iiwds a month In the year, so It may .
. il.u tinkle: of thoir: gLittring: orna-
uu.ldfr, such as she lurself! had been.NKLohi be probable that the races were also

l. :_11'ntrll '" had tuM III r try little of the arranged; ; that each month a race took

r ;I The iliuie barrel sunset died across Iriif fztet. and uf\rouw had deemed place in the province under the patron E A. M A. very
the Hat
green un-aiJows women
I it < -t Lover too.t the child know- age of thatrIl4'r whose monthly

J I cluttfpil away from the waj-hhij.; end IOUa' a l ering. end the h.-:ll'ti service was on the \list wliik the Derby '
} t"\'ER:: AVERT I WvJLrOL
i 1 X.laee. Still Jihtje sat litlts*, tier big, i of the eIU Lid known its kin. one<. a year was run under the con "

1 I dark eyes looking out from under their Thereere busy days In the! old red trol of King Solomon himself.Revenue. SEWINGMACHINE ponTER AND JOBBER OF

' r long 1.11.'s t-traisbt into di..tance.The i Iritk of the market iupre. The sew- _

( 1 tinkle of a !guitar rippled over i b0:1I'l wrought in the Bppr Do not be (1f-<'f'inll.tho, -:e who ad- HARDWARE.

, the watiT, and a manS rich tenor -:in;:-1 of white linen household vwti.e a ,t1ItJ( Swing Machine! for
TIH-LS piks Small Boy Give rae a large bottle of
,: In. soim' Lit cf ttrn.ger muicnearer.. fjJ.I ). Thlskindofaiiiachiueoaii
gi-.r Mid Ciihity: robing ell for Jufrow the worst medicine you've got In your be bouaht from of Iron Xlil. Axe Shovf ? .
' I "Ntii tt s-t-rJor tl mi." To us or any our ?, I r. w Mill and teambcat!
: JlIjo"S earth
I Jintje. VssrUn forga\e tie maid herUte55s rtore.Dru1tW'blt's. I dealers from l.JIJ( to) I S.I,). Supplies, Cooking and H., 11lt Stoves, Paint Oil
r..r.s wirenothing, but the
, < ; passion whin it heard the wed the matter? Window Gla5s. Guns Pi-i.
i ; ; WE MAKE A VARIETY. and Fishing Tackle.
I't of the uusic! and the \'okeah.I db"tI:" and knew tIlt Jufrow "Well. I've be..u left all alone with ,
II f-he had heard that'oll'!' in dreams: I' from THE NEW HOME\ IS THE BEST. Agate and Tinware ana H efiirnishing! Goods.
Ji'Uje was j.*>Ing among grandma, nntllibt"s suddenly been tak-
: Tho guiur (" ':1.1. but the sji'.ash of the "otLt-r land." I The Feed ilt-ienninos the strength or BIRMINGHAM
them fortur to en sick and I'm going: to get even withhvrr'Lif JVAGEXSFOR KOLLLVG MILL COMPANY13
I oars cauif In its stead. The s.>iu was, I wlknl-"S of }-es\inij JhuhintTht:
> Revere Oiant Stitched
Belting. Northampton Emery
r now a Vemtian: barcarole as the light:; lion tu Open a LobNtl'r.ors 1)ouble }('('" iiuibiniil with otlu-i Whe I Co o., L -ftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kalai -

'I, skiff shot into view liotwwn the drooping is stumbling! block for many What's in a Name? : stroi.g the U-st IMJinti,fek-wiug lII:1kl Machine the :New to buy.Home Ub. Iron King and Ruck Stoves and Range, Wm

J aiders that! fringed the back. "u'l'kt I pers. but with a Lttle practiceyou I, Coup & Co.'e Riwr Hide Lace Leather, Masury's

The craft Wn strange to Jintje's' will SIM:n :etrn to open a iKjiUnl lo'.v Everything Is In the name when It i showing! the different Made Railroad Colors.
ViI[n Ir f or CIRCULARS I ; ityU-s of
eyes, btit sl.o half roto greet the man tcr easily. After tJo lobster' Is cold comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. : [ Sewlnc Machines Masonic
I' Temple Pensacola Fla.
I, that rojwllfd It after the Indish fa
ion. As slw so
from tl.e given wall lfliin tier I>erlng; the shell. Then remove the green, fatty from Witch Hazel that Is a specific THE NEW: HOME SEW1KC HACH1RE! CO.

paused Involuntarily. Then siving that i su'os-rauce: aid th. coral pud save to for Piles. For blind, bleeding. Itching O AN'r. HtSt. TIME TABLE.

It was Oil" of the burgher maidens he I I I mix with the n.cct. Th stotpach will and protruding Piles, eczema, 25 l"nlon""l." X.Y.,Chll'a'O.II1.\t1anta.O.V,
, bU Louis.Mo., DallasTei.San Francisco,Cal
cuts, burns bruises and all skin diseases -
would have gon, on. but sountLing: in i i.O found directly under the head. Ietaote \
the appealing; childish; face riveted his this and uli the gills. Break
This has given rise to numerous IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. ic.u1
attentinn. !1 i open the hotly and take out the snail worthless counterfeits. Ask for De-

Ten mi.utcs later tbe boat wa moored pieces of meat which lie under the I Witt's-the genuine. Hargis Pharmacy OPERA HOUSE : New Orleans and Mobile.

dl)-e in. lie was seated at Jufrow : cIlN. Also break open tile claws and I John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn.

Jintje's siile and l Ity the aid of Ms! bro- J i i: remote the meat. Care should be ('xt r- I I '
I J. 31. CO 3Ianajrer.
I ,
Wo.6. o,4. Ko.i No.J. No.l.4ou J
ken Dutch was struggling; to make her clsed In removing the Intestine, which _
MS: : k UI m 11:06 p Leave PniseolaArrlve 6:00 I ;
- - - - J
J understand. I: runs the entire length of the tail piece, SCHEDULE AND PASSENCER NS) ft 8a1 p 1:02 ft { Leave.._ Flom..ton__ Leave 2:55 I 1:80 a'o: J
That eveningvas of i ONE NIGHT ONLY! i I 11:00: a .:tp 2:55 a I Leave.,_.. Mobile __ Leave 12nt 11:15: P
one many evenIngs as it la poisonous and Is without color. MAR I 16 : ._--__ ::::;p 1:$) a I L.. T8N.w Orleans. vaye ":.Ji p 7:29
1.I. when Jufrow Jintje trove with .1 Cut the bony membrane on J.he insideof RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS MONDAY: I

the strange tongue, awkwardly at first. I I the tail with scissors and remove the I : North.
Then as a half forgotten tail neat la oae piece.llow LINE. I ; -

i tongue; the Hnclish!; words took meanIng THE SEASON.Mr. I II
I So. t. :' No.4. o.l o, I.
; and she listened w mderinuly as : Ul.l5pm !1:15pm LUYePtn..colaA'rIYII
to Iron Colored Blonde OOpm 6.111I:
I Dcrini; told her of the wild jungle the When Ironing a colored blouse, no The Pen aco13, St. Andrews and Ben Stern Politely Prefers I, e:15am I e,51p m Arrt"., Montgomery ,.Leaye UUlam 5::. plB
I 11:55 1m $:Oi pm Annlv&.Birmlaghani ...Leaye 11:118. m 4: 'p III
forests of palm the great elephants matter of what material don't use avery Gulf Steamship Company ha fixed The Best Comis Opera Success Since 1X\pm! 1IOa m Arrl"Sa.l1vIUe _Leave _.__

I that wrought like men the glitter of !:1 hot Iron. An overheated Iron Injures the following; schedule and rates to I 2J/am: 8:13am Arrive _Loui.rllle _Ive 1:15pm s.... '
Pinafore 1iIam: lt:55a m ArrlveClnclnnatlLene
between Pensacola and the eoopm 11 'plll
t : the eastern land where the languorous: tLe colors making them look dull apply named I 7:20 a m 1:*) pm Arriv.i... ..Ht. Lon II ,_..Lel1'e ':1:1: p m s. p DI.-

:golden: days ."..)ned Into the glory of and faded. la ironing a sIlk douse an points : 1
tropic iilgLts. These stories were a excellent plan is to lay a piece of butter SCHEDULE. .. ..

'I 1 quer medley of broken Dutch and unfamiliar -1 muslin over the silk. This prevents Steamer Tarpon will leave Pensa In De Koven & Smith's Greatest So. 2l-D..llJ So, I-DaUYI So atop where time soS shown o. J-DaUJ ,So. : -D'I' : ,

i LagHs-h.! but Jufrow Jintje I that shiny look that Bilk frets It the cola every Tuesday night at 8:30 -e.-;;
c lstl'lII told Comic Opera Success IlM pm TOO I m Lenel'eclacola.-Arr1n 10M II m
and last she ,
loi.sred. At In o'clock after tbe arrival of the Mo- '
t I JIron Is allowed to come direct eon- I' iSiC nISSI 1:11" HobeDlla 10:81" .:,,-.
him of her "otLer country" that she tact with it. bile train and the P. & A. accommodation 12i Tle" YlIle"ra 10:1. ..1

j knew and yet Old not know, the secre' I I train. This will enable: a 12:3".. 1:18.II H I _Keeamb1A- 10n 'S 6$
12.116 T:25 futa' __ II 10:11: 6:
t or which was 10<'L.\11 In mevrouw'i : person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m., "FoxyQuiller. l2S 1:28 to ___ Harp __ It ion 6.1IHO

t I fcr"=.-t.s i The best pill 'neath the stars and make close connection at Pensacolaand If fSa" _OIltCIty_ 10:14 6:17: .
l2M to 188" Milton_ N 6:5
stripes reach St. Andrews the
,\ the summer days grew to their ,: ; next Iao S m It I. ......GoocI Ballll_ tie '
cn.l Bering: awoke with a shock to the !: Little Early Risers of worldly repute morning at 7 o'clock.PASSENGER. 1:66" 8:16" __. Honl__ ,:16 u ..16
This is the No. and the 5-20 8:10: to MI1I11.It __ 'I p35 .1 .11
: Into i It cleanses the system and never RATES. Company
position which he had drifted. Already !I One with all the I 2Sa. 1:18 to _CreltYlew_ 1:11 .:00 '
Only Magnificent
z <'uri<.us glances followed the girl, :i gripes. rate from Pensacolawill 1:00" IM to II ..._DeerLan4 8:66 It: "
The passenger Scenery, Costumes and Paraphernalia -f 1:11": ':18 to MOllY Head 8tO Plt
., and the maidens. of Vaarken bushed 1 Ask for DeWitt's and take no be as follows: : that Astounded tbe Patronsof ':01" 9:116 II II ..D.rlU1l.k8pr1DI" 8:18 U I 555

their chatter when she came among I 1. substitute. To St. Andrews! and St. Andrews! the Broadway Theatre, New ':15 II ,:.. .II. _...Argyl._ 1:.. 2S14'tO ..
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thtrn. Others knew of the little :a1' -Ponce 41 Leo.L1:211 I 1:11
nool round $10.
. A small pill easy to buy, easy to take points-$6 00; trip York City with Lavijhnesa. 1:00" 1010' ___Weat91UI__ 1:1'1 14IIII
In the green shadow of the alder; To Apalacbicola and CarrabelleIS to 10:1:1': II __ Caryi'1Ue_ 1:11 II 1t
an. whispers of the doings of Jufrow and easy to act, but never failing in ; roand trip *15- IT'S BETTER THAN ROBBIN 6.81" IOM' to _..onitsy._....... ass Of 11
I! results. DeWitt's Little Early Ris- These fares! include first-class! HOOD-X.. Herald. 8:00" 10:61" It .._......ChlpleJ ......,.... .' 1:81' 1:14:
and the II If to
Jintje stranger were growing 8:13 II 11(17 ...._Cotton41Ie_ 1:11 im: 1020.
louder. ers arouse the secretions and act as cabin stateroom and meals. 1:00" 11ra H .. _KlrIIIlDa..,.... I. 8(0) 1:6:

_, a tonic to the liver, curing permanent- Further Information can be secured The Prices Reach Everybody 1:10 to l1:4 .. __Cypre.s.-.... Ii 6:88 II 11:15 ,'fA
One day hI' waited long; in the little at the company's offices 1fO" 11:6' N U ....OrlneS R1c1le_ 6:12 0' 1.1!
ly. Hargis Pharmacy John Sheppard. by applying fCJ8" 1:00 .. __ 611"adl __ In" 1, !)
boat, and she did not come. Then be [Sidney Kahn. la the Thiesen building. 50c to $1.50. la' 1216"uon: Lrr2yetysri3acuon..Lese 1:10" 1":11 ..

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l.rMe'8. Voice motlHT of Esp.rleaC'e.was visiting b "r, Did you 'ever"Tllet'stop ask yourself or Doctoring: Free.The .

ad The trTthrr they sat In the hewing $ the REU.AnSM your knowing friend the meaning ofThe" it

the sleeve In the named The ?
Th.] i.ride wns fixing: place Hague '
fI.>) LIT hu-lund'a overcoat : It you are Icnkins for something that Red Cress Doctors Are Doing t
!lJJII'.- of Rubbing with liniments,blistering.the application
that'g a neat jol rer will knock the above mentioned knowng -
I think of in fact that
\\V1.! FOR plasters; anything;
>l the bride.: as bhe flubbed: btrXhf BENTLEY will produce counter-irritation,u good for friend off his feet, jut: nsk'him the This to Introduce Themselves. .1

p k. external treatment of Rheumatism but sIgnificance of the three letters quoted. Three Month's Services Are Given
t: motln examined It nnd shoo! these simple remedies do not reach the seat When he fails to answer the question, l r

l wlemnly.Yu by too of the disease nor touch the real cause, tell him that the The as it recurs In Free to All Who Call at Their Offices .

%M ha don't Ue: It" suggested: ; the S. McClure Company and relief is therefore only temporary. the Instance cited is simply ftTe anglicized -
Rheumatism is due to Uric Acid and 111 West Chase Street, Be- It!
form of the Dutch won* "S Gra- J.
tr.h' other irritant poisons in the blood andas
..1t';, trM> well done," was the rcply.WCII edge of Fort Simp it circulates through the system, these enuaaz" or "S Gramihaze" either of tween Now and March 21.

"T\Il' touer' ; July afternoon, see- acid poisons are deposited in the muscles, which In the Dutch language means t!
"'s: a tailor's! Job." l promising outlines as joints and nerves and 'the counts hedge or "the count's A naff trora of tbe eminent Ked \IMcallo"Utute physician! and surgeons ,I'i-

T.'jt if I can do It as well as a tall.t : of alkali dust, darkly. exposure to night air grove" or "voods"Originally have it tile ur e..t solicitation o( a large "
schoon cold east winds, or any the locatIon now occupiedby number of patients under tbelr care la this \; 4.
prairie !
I Iny coucitrve4tabIhed a permanent branch .
'-\ til''", of course, )"ou'\I have to ,iI)' on the heels of sadden change in the the city pf The Hague was the of the Institute In this city at I 11;
weather will
il.iiu,: things; cf that sort. Oh. 1 panting horses. It bring on I hunting grounds of the counts of Hoiand. "i'
k""P "n an attack which \VestChase Street.
it. I tried it myself may About the year 1240 a palace tY
al.JUt and
tn"\ all: trip on man last for a few days or .
fir>-t married. and later 1 for months. was built In the grove. Presently a The eminent gentlemen have decided to A
,rlt'll I"a: lay bright eyed dry linger on ):
give their service entirely free (or three ;:
Lad t" ruin two coats !before I couldIriak on the shakedown In 4i, Every battle with village sprang; up around the palace- month. (medicine eicepted)to all invalids _;
: "ur father of the habt! of bring- .1 Rheumatism leaves still it was called "The Count's Hedge" who call upou them lor treatment ;.f-_

tiling to IIIl' Just listen to the If stopped instinctively I the blood in poorer and finally and lastly a large city March v!, t
jjujcx.rj Mm ftw ail 21.
rain1;: "t M vritl'ice'! 'laughter. and make cal beside the stream condition, 'while the which la the Dutch language has Its t-

1I1.IIdl','Ji'l:( f that even If you have to her father with an _corroding__.1..11_ acids :are original signification; bat which in These services.inlnation consist and not advice only of consultation '
-- ,bulalso
t'J t'nr it all: nut and do it over again.jj But at sight of I oils and fluids ijrauuaujr that lubricate consumingthe the modern parlance has been eroluted of mln"r surgical operations. '
nt nil to tlNcourage him to tense lines Into"The 113\1('," Tbe object in pursuing this course J
tr-.uMe :
-, no stay ;: muscles and joints, and they become still 1s to become rapidly and personally acquainted i
no"It! It will!! 1*? a year or so later. back man's chin trickled and sometimes immovable nub the sick and Billeted,and nn- If'i
I ii "i til- utmost 1U111 j: had be made fur any >ervlres rt'ndfrptor three
,\1!:.I: t IIJlt1! lKi married lifePo't. \ Murdock walked pains, can never be conquered until the montlu to mi who nil before Mtrcb 21st. 'to'II

il'I1); hastily improvised tcul blood La been cleansed and purified baying trees see that they have Tbl'doc((rs treat all forma of dbl aile and .
r and all substances neutral. deformities and guarantee cure in every rcft "
Dr. Byrne lie good, bright healthy Toots and plenty I I ;
will theY undertake. At tbe lUst interview -
\ t iriii1I. railing (Ciintoni.TV her pityingly. She ized and filtered out of the system, and I of them. a thorough examination is made.and. I'!'
lu the nothing does ths! so promptly ant effectually K Incurable\ou art.frank ly and kindly told ;'
in ptirVhVfl so juiet and fn pret- i as S. S. S. Under the purifying Tall pruning should not be done until so; alsoBilvi. against spending money for "
.'" (.'r 'aklii';: fixM, the fattier father thinking of? tonic Useless treatment." and ejects of this vegetable remedy ill the I leaves: are off as late as possible .
I I Male and 1"lIllenaknl' catarrh and
8nl ... ,ti'I' i r .it om Iia th'l. two fristtrajt lit to take up claim the blood is made pure the general provided the work Is done before catarrhal deafoe; also vurtcocele, rupture "
I-II" a1''I: : two brothers. at aw. 'liVi : ranch on little or no health is rapidly built up and the suPer-i freezing. I goitre.cancer and all diiea> of the '.;
obtains relief from rectum ar. positively cured by Lheir new L
.- \ ihe family is not oimlly happy the torturing, Grapes to ketpVeil must have a treatment. '
"I'X. a brother and s-i-ter : D<' ging pains of Rheumatism. Their cbiul a oclate surgeon of the lushrut' '
,; : .1 1 j> him in mute inquiry. tough or Strong skin, must be of good .
; Get rid of Rheumatism will bo in DC'VOIT.I cbnrgeoffices
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,, ,,. ,' .jrether, hut tills must al- t not to nay this be- before il f ,. >, ,' jiuingest' and oldest of the but you must not makes a tier ; hate all! defective berries cut out 8 a. m, to T p. m. bundays 10 a. m. to 1 pm.L'udgin's .
you !
fJ ..i... your journey lie S S S i vo'us, peevish before Mug put away.

.. the rough; roads, cripple or paia- The value of buddies as applied to '
of the Divide ractedinvaliti. ? the ZBcstor oc. ;
on top roses corsis-ts in the fact that many of

I L ative_ Brom.2 Q..t !!22 bring on another hem Write, which for our will special be sent book free.on Rheumatism the finest Ire only feeble or moderate _h l'J. .

Cold in OnDav. GriD 112 Days (G : The Swift: Specific Co., Atlanta 6a. growers, and to Jo their lIt they need
Cures a : tot we can never to be fed by stronger! roots than their icl
valley?' own. j J. i t IB t G ,

In question

D. HALE hesitated. help you? Marry me tomorrow, and I
disappointment would will care for you both." CHOICESTOF
Contractors ud Builders.
.<1. "1\'(>r since "No, no!" she exclaimed passionately. ,
Real Estate and ; railroad circular he "It bus been his dream to go there. it

on goIng; thi-re. pet; Ir. Hym1. .t you love me as you say PLANS, SPEcIFICATIONS AND

la South }' strong and working you do h,-l{. me to get work-anything f FRUITS AND CONFEOT1ONER f 1 ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT i j1:
the La Junta Ban that is honest"The
TELEPHONE 1':0. 243. and we know Just man sighed and turned away SHORT NOTICE. .< .< jt 'f

to live and how to file I lie realized! that he had no place in her -AT- First-Cla3 Work Guaranteed and ?

we must go on!" heart or thoughts. When he"faced her References Furnished.
present you had letter again, his voice was calm and even. ,
your father recuper "I think it can be arranged. Ir8.

It Is co"lerAt Gallagher needs' some one to help her 1 1I East Government Gl,,

is a tidy two room with the girls. You know her husband PARKER'SHAIR ;

;: \\\\ of my oftieo. The hold an interest In the Ten Strike Formerly Cordova Restaurant St90n,: Clttimt .iul bmitifMi BALSAM the htlj. .

and she take the h.......... S luxuriant growth.
and I can keep an eye wants to gilll east =
One car-load of Pineapples at 11.71. Never Ful to Bettor GMT a
Ls In shape to tnnel. then abroad. They are wild as Indians to dozen. --: Bur to Hi Youthful Color. .,
per I
Cum in p d-wur. hiir talang.z
4: him to sleep here on and she has the seiiie to know __.....nd'I'ot lffiaiigJ i .:
night. We mvd down. lo t'
even one they training you ,
together; you know." think"

I nodded encouragingly; Jim Gallagher; owned the largest saloon The Star ;.

I stood watching him and "dance ball in Fort Simpson.Anita's Laundry,

frightened (') 'S. : face Hushed then paled..

!: did the Murdochs "Thank you. I will try it." Biggest Busiest Best !

>sl ('uee In Tort Simp-I Two days later she was installed!: asgovernesvln :

Msts! : of July merged the noisy: Gallagher: : household ,,

humidity of August, I with the privilege of going home -

the freshening breath I nt night.!; She was to teach the girls: : !

Classified\ ) Murdock tottered how to walk and talk and dress. >trs Tier Speak ::1:1fop

for the La Junta Gallagher considered the last pcconvplislmjfiit

--- -- road it together, he and most Important. She soon
ONE CENT A P"t the mountain locked became extravagantly fond of Anita ThamhrM I f fIVi

0__' __ ________ sun never shone too and would have loaded her with presents I
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I.' .-.1.. the blasts! Mew cruel hat the girl proudly declined everything IllllllJIJU {JJ i ;

; rose like air castles in except her salary. t
I hirtsdohlarsand
We let the
1.0)' F-O-IP(
: ill! ed-backed -
:: ,: the sick were made So the winter crept Into the tender 't
c"ll"l't.r!! h..k coutiiinin names; Culls we Launder speak for ':
}; this was the est of outstretched arms of spring, and Ani
and :.uljrtwritten in indelible i
themselves will
They talk loader '
fed and ta's bank bal
bin- ,. : ;: lungs were account grew.he
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j" p! "w.trd fur the re-
all leased wood we can. We want to be judged j
turu M tl.i.lli.p., U. U. or The unlocks knew the horses to a hauler
( "r J. 1-:. Clement, No. La Junta citizens by and she had sewed nights. She was more Dr the work we do than by .;

l-I: ;i..i'i'lj T Irr'IHI.t. 'lf-tf : with them in success, too busy even to note the gradual what we sa\.: '

them' in adversity. change in her father. lie seemed content ____________ ____________________ __ 1 i:r
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'r ii..i. Star oa loft hindi W : 1..Junta.. And now came home, and she little "tiisd ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods Called for ani Dslifercl Free :

". i if returned to res- ,, with its pitiless alti hand ministered to him durhi;, 'f
I .', \\ !liallls, 227 North : them and this the day. *
to reach: which they The Gallaghers; were departing for
of : little Iowa home. the ('at.nlt:1 was at the dipot to Manager. :1f

$ i after her father hid goe them off. The girls no longer shut- -

1'011): '' td-ep she footed I lied wlu-n they walked and they underst :
'I' book. They had lived j id the use of knives anl forks. J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT.
I' \ Ii of Keys. Owner :
little remained.' If they Mrs. Gallagher surveyed their neat
,' ti;>- calling! at this they might! reach the : traveling frocks with pardonable tnide.Then VAN PELT BROTHERS
i ropt-rty' aud payilTtf- +
"., but mountain railroad she slipped an envelope: Into Aal ,

: !! and without horses. ta's hand. GARDEN STREET GROCERS :
farm? "Sure: you've done wonders by me ,

MONEY TO LOAN W and hurried to I gyurls, an' it's that I've been trylu to Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of .!
( '. lie received her I tell you in the letther."

t, ,' pleasure. Of late be I When the train pulled out, .\ntaopt.'nl'l.l : STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES )
r :I'mable> terms andV. 'i
w .. his calls bad been un the 'l1vclol It no

\' IJULLARI, delicately they had i word! <'f writing, just a crisp banknote Fruits Nuts and all the Dclicacacics of the Season. :11
Kilif<>\, Up-Stairs. ) he was not I that fairly took her 1ft'ath.n.1 her I ,
J. .\. WILSON, Manager. feared that they might j salary had t04>en paid in full. Anita:: Our Goods are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting the :
') attempts to "drop walked home on air. They would start

MONEY \ professional calls char- j I for La Junta oa the morrow. Best, Freshest and Cheapest. t\
In the doorway stood Dr. Byrne,

( nd horses waprons/ -stronger toda). I on't I shading his eyes with his hand and VAN PELT BROTHERS V
: all other kinds of can stand the journey I looking up at the everlasting hills. In ,

.. rty. Dullness; pri- her happiness she would have brushed 1
.' TELEPHONE NO. 231 ...c..c..c 31 EAST GARDEN ST. ;1
-vrreey guaranteed.x by him but In- I.m'r..lll..r passage:
... {){) his head.
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:,t. A. A. Kiher.2m .
tf !' are cold. There is aiI "Is ho sleeping'? she Impaired. Thensutlt.thltl i
I I the mountains?" I in the doctor's face caught: 4
y \ I" I anti held' her attention.
''OAX-W. R. MeriAh'pnt. when it was cooler, i
1\ Money to I "What is it? :\ -IlO. not that! s'aecried.
tl)1rate of iiit*retinty. I the window and point "Oh, Cot: !, aId I have worked .

,.. I Ollice 112 and I the distant mountain. j! so i ard": '

.' I.'''II i street.LKNI I' the moonlight!: she could j She swayed In the doorway, and IT. 8 Years Old, in Cases of f 4 Full Quarts, at $3.20 per cast
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-ot snow patch('& She Byrne, taking Ill! in his arms, led her
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) I in : pently! Into the darkened room. .
nu improved I ; despair.
voice was low and comforting."It H114: WHISKEY in l.1qe small could
: or tM you tell' me he ,. -. JL and !is matured in wood
'': suddenly, though: I have Ky., Di-tilltry, fully
iw m of interest. came so
knew all the time that I'.1' 'i before bottling it is i absolutely pure and not ex- }
K. Brooks, attorney -- sl.'t'ulUiI shadow for weeks, dear. There .
\ \ ; the trip, and 3'et"- celled in quality by any Whiskey of the same age
;. l'alafox5t" Fisher and he
and was no time to send for you,
ui>on h'.rn: fierwly no matter where produced. The Royal Htandardis
-__ -- :3uilui eyes which made hrr left" word: '1'l'11ita 1 have I eight years old when bottled, and, considering

IIIXJ,' I I '-DAY-Do you need I a flame. In her un : crossed the Great Divide, but I will its excellent quality: is the cheapest whiskey In

\ 'i! can borrow any for her father she read wait for her on the other side. lie the market at that price. As a beverage, and as
I will let an absolutely stimulant, there is none better.Shipped .
,. want today on easiest man's love for tcrsilf good to her. Darling, you me pure
'west rates anywhere lIe had thought that I be good to 'ou1 In jour great borrow in cases containing marks whatever to
>n improved city real I don't try to stand aloie. indicate contents. If purchaser upon examining
learn to love
she might with
the whiskey, is not eatUfied the quality be
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j' tU.chlt.tV't.zo.! Without plying she cross,Ml the
hated him.
x'" : she can return the tame at our expense: and money
>.t. iu-tl
-- ._ never listened to you:. room raised the sheet and looked long I will be refunded.

1\0'\ \ 1, : to borrow iaui here to die." and steadily Into her father's face. On L .. .'- All orders should be accompanied by either I
., I -ure money to take her hot hands It rested a smile of ineffable peace. VIAlS OLD currency, postoffice money order, bank draft or express \
your property"acts
: of title, buy orite drew away from him. The money fell noiselessly to the floor. t 'E.4' T- money order. We refer to First National

.' rent property of I girl you are well nnd It had been earned In taia. Tbl.'nhe I. ,, Bank or any merchant in Pensacola.

-',>u, have rents colir the overland journey turned and looked into the brown eyes ,

taxes attended to, B. ; for your father It !! bei.t pityingly upon her. S. A. FRIEDMAN
.\ 1 eThos.. Watson "11<;rry," she murmured, "he does 4 ., : ,
K>tate and Insurance I not netd It-or me, anil-I-am so '
cola Fla. Anita bitterly, "I ;- 1 SoLE PROPRIETOR PENSACOLA: FLA.
: Charges ; tirl' ." Her head drooped weariiy UI"on -
1 who to do so that we I' t
everyone I hs! shoulder and his arms folded
< will lend money"llM I thought; it my duty P. O. BOX 41$. TKI.K1-HONE 179
\ .' .. ...ntlaa K4 'fI'ur ; ): and now our money :1 lovingly around her. i .'-

1"" Itt-llt.Loue bnild1 H. : : possession of her hands :I SEND YOUR ORDERS Ltt&AyRrnMP&j- --'-"---'- : -- J fs-I handle every class-of Liquors eold, In .

"rt'ra I bulk: ,>r bottle wholesale or retail, at price th:1'nrA
11or. one :store and for to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter! ore1et'ti"i'l
Is your duty to care way down.
'''tilt iloor three(..fliees.feb work. Repair work a
let g5
::0 end. Won't you. me I| specialty, I' _. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PAB5T BEERJ

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!| Young is a niece of Capt. Chas. Hurd
lof: this city. Chris Thieseo ,

I I E. c. Paterson of Jacksonville is in

best evidence of the acceptability of,i the city today. CORNERINTENDENCIAANDBAYLENSTS.

any brand of an article of common ase la tbe I
quantity golO. "GOOD Ll'CK linking Powder ., I
42525252525' 1
baa,from the start, steadily Increased in favor : VALUEOn [
with the Houte-keeptrs until it now supplier I WOMAN WORLD. Uniform in quality! dthciom- An earthenware, pot should be One Block: Wet. of Palafox.: I

li"J'ly more than balf of the entire ixroountof always, invigorating ever and
used for Tetley's Tea, to
South 525252525252.S2.52l j preserve KEEPS BRANDS OF
taking Ponder consumed the entire <52j
at little cost 1 1FH
"GOOD LCCK" i Id frequently soil In trDh load '' per cap Tetley'sTea. : I
lots,the laatot whkkcout-isted l of One Hundred MISS CLAHA BARTON: I its delicacy of flivor. ,,

and Miry-nine Solid carlo.vla.Richmond i I I

j jj j I're"ldent the of Red the Cruse American Society Branchof I I ASK. YOUR GROCER. : [ ThIT liQUORS

Virginia. i There U a quiet woman, still in the : i iI I the top line; the Face
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iI I I prime of life, living unostentatiously In I Ii -i i iI 1\

i the city of Washington, though stayingat i iI I

\ .N..N.NNN Nt...N.. !, home very little of the time; not that I iI I : find at the bottom. Just wi.e 'oeo

y .i 'I I she would not like to stay there, for I II I

I she I* as fond of home as any one, but I II I ,, Family or iiioal Use longs, as 'tis such an extremt
I SOCIALECHOES I the world will not let her do so. If you i UQW
II' have watched the newspaper report I .N..ON.Os ...0... .s t .0..............: I

:....... ..................i'! concerning: h;'r, you caLiiut fall to have, tI + i FOB ONE; while the VALUE stan. nf
? noticed how she moves about, DOW sailing .
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Mrs. Grimes Taylor, of Birmingham, !I up and down the swollen tide of @);: eliyy -ic .. Tie Sailor or LandSm n. all.

who has: been visitins her cousin Miss! the Ohio river UKpenslng supplies and i/iota '' t'iIH .
Ii I I
Lillie Taylor expects t) leave for her comforts to the poor, flooded sufferers;; .' I

home this week, though nor friends then over in Geneva attending; the Internationa .1 l It's a Lades'; Lace Shce. net ._ ,. a
I'" convention of the Red I Swedish Punch, Danish Aquaril, I
here h'opa that shel'.l! prolong her

visit.fhapain. I I Cross society; next t>> the national en- I I New (Means Grocery II 1, German Kummel and ether brands spring heeled, patent and le
cantpment of the "Grand Army of the of imported Wines and Liquors. ,
UepuUie; thou she comes rushing homo
Louis I1. nenno'tls of the I I c.1
to {rather up .M; a things for poor, JAMES McHUGH Prop. e Here only you will find the 1C. real dressy toes, and then t<
iiatflcsiii Alabama will lecture this ,
I rlllpclp'! plt! in this or that quarter of s Raven, Kentucky Whiskey, -I years'I

.! i-vening: at St. Ictlech.rch! tile 1lvhl.. .. old. ........ i!

It is expected that a larps audiencewill Mi.<;s Ii.-irton comrs from Puritan 1 I Common '
,be" present to Lear him as this soc k and !is a native of :s.icLuott!', i ROASTED COFFEES Valhalla! Branch corner Garden I: Sense styles in

cliMj'tent divine 1.:11 mad n.asy I the tI. ti titer of a soldier who senedMI33 street and iKh avenlle.IITelicsR |! .

;ric"s in this city since th-j Alabama I 8I \ lJ. --- I are

!h' 1 Ire in I z' n,
fj port. tkM i iY Iii

t Mr, C. B. Comptoa._ traffic manager: I R I at BLENDED TEAS t 9 !! : :! mi; .1 I

of the N. & N. who has been in the \ SALE ASP RETAIL

(':Iy !or i''l'ral11)'S, left on the noon 4' OUR SPECIALTIES. GROCER. I

train yesterday for I-Duisvile. 4D s _n..1, se 5DIFFERENT
t ulo Headquarters for I II I
MrsAV. W. Thompson and )I3SThuml.son -I .
wife and w I Fancy and Staple Groceries. '
daughter of the ; rj / 0 ae

treasurer: of the L. & X. 1 Railroad Q :0 .
came in this morning m a privatecar V n .
and are stopping with Mr. .-.J I'T1 .. STYLES
Thompson at the Escambia.Mr. : OI .
; 1 s : :
Gunther Elmore was the host CLARA BAETOX. Z e 1 ZD
; IJJ 'n t I .
I tr Satuday evening at a most elegant Lis country in the early days of the re r.. a }, -II I Cafe du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home

puhlie.1111 the cry of war startledour tUJ Molasses, !Illini and Climax Flour,
i farewell dinner given to Jr.V.! H.Milliehap z ,
iI of peaceful country, she, with others, o yiff m i Baylels Delicatessen, German-Ameri ..,M 1...
master of the
11 Kf P Food Canned Meats,
volunteered to look after those Massachusetts : ..J I can Company's
: Rhone, which sails this week.
, ship men who were attacked In % -< : I Etc., Etc.
LL '
Mr. Milliehap has made himself very : i I
' r.altimore.Her Q n
i popular during his stay in IVnsacola. executive ability and remarkable i / !CIUj' ;
Auction Sale
; and has ben the recipient of much gifts as a nurse were soon recognizedat c qIS t 3: t.

!1 altml!lm. The dinner, which was army headquarters and in the White Z : O4 I $1.00
!'; She attended the wounded on m IEG1XXIXG
I ;
in and service giveto
'fi menu was Y::::::
I y I
the fit Id. She also took care of hospital
; at Apostle's celebrated: restau I .. -4 sQ
I March 7 at 4
Saturday m.
I supplies, distributing them wisely andecoi.umio.illy. J eta i p. ,
it rant. The at this enjoyable :
party Military trains were ..J
I.t: event were the host, Mr. Ulmoro, placed at her disposal for the conveyance .O :; ?: e I and continuing

i. the honoree, Mr.! Milliehap, with Mr. of passengers to such places as TWO SALES DAILY

!\rJ )Mead Mr. Fred 0. Howe antI Mr. she d'-eiii"d best for them. f HICH GRADE GROCERIES WHOLESALE AND RETAll i I I PAIR.Meyer .
Mclaughlin. Since\ the doe of our war between I 10::h) a. m. and i p. m.. until Entire Stock H
iE 1 the states MisT.artnn has been identi- !
0 o .io." Feed Stuffs of All Kinds. s.." I
:\\ Wise Il 'oi.l Ills Years: "Xow\\ fed with the Reel Cross society work .
, and has been president of the American -
said the
Johnny teacher \\ PHONE 105. I
I international society,
branch of the !
been describing to the I -
a warship
t class "how is the dock divided" "A which she was instrumental: in found- .**. .....N.....*.N.........NN....O.....>....... 15 AND 10-CENT STORE
irrK, since its organization.; ,
I -- --- -- -
deck is di\ided.' replied the bright I 45 Bouth Palafox St.

I boy, "into spades, hearts, diamonds Light llouteUeepinor.'T .

' and clubs."-Philadelphia Pre;:>. on't talk to me of care free lihthou.o..k'ljin : In Large or Small Lots. to Suit Hurer'S1'restlit. Shoe CoFeet

;?," s.iid a woman who had

;M On Tuesday afternoon will 1)6 give tried it. "L1 ht housekeeping is the W, F. WILLIAMS, AlCtieittP.

, en the reception to the citizens! of heaviest Kind of JiousekeepinR. It

u f Mobile, by the officers; of the Ala I brtitjjs "P a vWon! of oil stoves, delicate On Eccoantof going Intn new business
, guilty bUent restock must b-solU immediately Furnishers fr Cash Only
r gentility a
bama. The Mobile party will arriver : I endeavor: not to let the right hand had at these sales. A.M.CUHKN.
here Tuesday moraine.
. know what the loft hand doc-th and nconjrloiuiTate i

3, Wednesday afternon Captain parlor-Uitdien, untldlnixs sitting : rcantling Lumber.2x3 |;3 per. thousand. : 102 South Palafox st.
mixture of -
dinins! room
"'':1ory and the differs of the Indiana rtsaa 3s.t: scantling, $0 per thousand. I
the faculty
.. for unless; you have Bon Bons and Chocolates. Other items in proportion. Call and Ii I
iI: receive their friends from 2: to of a stop steward it is an utter impossibility see us.M6lmo..

This vent is anticipated wih to keep things) in order in such Plan:: ELICIl' : t t I I5CCK1IAN LUMBER CO. i

.iimh pleasure.! confined Quarters."It 1---- __ --
-- -- --- -- -- --- -
can be done, but one has to work

Wednesday! ; cvenine; the wedding vitli: every fiber! of her body as she W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, 1I I W"\lW'r11' ""i mi i'rJ'I'ir W iWt'rr' (
learns the true inwardness of the word I
ni Miss Cohen and Mr. Kobenaun'ufs r
aI .. do not call it Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St.
place at Temple Ueth,Cl\. A ship; hal'e. So please: I
1 llirht; ho'tioleoping( Then all your J
reception will be Khen: the > ma; GRAY RADER.
friends: want to know just how ;you I CMDMAfll
F fij couiile at So::: at the Progress: Club! \ nuiiiu-'o, what N hidden under that An Extensive Institution. ,

[ ;H I by Mr. and Mrs. (las Cohen, as theirs tiiriuiii. which is your china and which Optical : ::

s HJ! !tj" cotrse home is too small to your kitcluii closet: and what do you I <* NEW U T ORE. &

1| onitrtnin the large weeding party. !U..-p bviK-Alb tl.0 l.Hiiigo or back of the Satisfaction Guaranteed.

i :piano." I \ Our Guarantee Means Something. SKIRTS. I

i I :Miss rrowcif: Mrs P.iereko and Dr To a P.T-KMI who has \\in'tIl:1 a large I, e \m\ We are not here to-day and away Licht: Weight Siscillian, $3.50 to ;7.50
llargis were entcriainedery charmingly !l1I'J"n'pll' t' with! closets, light house- ', Etamine. $3.50 to 7.50 ttl/,
r I ketq'ng: : rosolves itsi-lf into an effort : Wash Skirt\ .75c to $2.00 (@.
at tea on the Kearsargo: by Mr. .
I ; i No guess work-Accurate, Scientific P'.u -, lato, $ ; :
the self evident: truth that \Vhite ;t -cts, (. ....
1 Vie, jvtonlay afernt,<;a. two 1I.Upg:1ntllt: occupy the same, ;&, Measurements and Tests. 50c to $3.50 W:

place-: at tin* sable time" while sohing II a. "tsue; DIFFICULT CASES A SPECIALTY. WhiteVaist Suits $1.50 to $4.50 11-,

''( The Whist Club will meet with Miss the i roljle "wiiere to put thlll;:';." Aplneo A Zl EXAMINATION FREE i DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. _,

i Annie l-elltrjn on Friday au>rnOI1. fur oit-rytLins ai.d everything in Lonsdale Bleached Cotton, 12 yds lit

its place; i Ii all right in theory, butwiei THEO. BELLAMORE I for $1.00. Sit'
luncheon : Forest Mills, soft finish 11 yearda
I Mr. l l1t.stonl'rl:1iulI: at the tq'
i ;;: > j \vttt
the K"ar"argl'Ir;\. The only Refracting Optician in the City. I h fur $1.00. A
1 today on IlIlhl'\\'lft' only live in the memory %.'is Indian Head Domestic two Qualities "

1 John S. Dcnhani, Miss Edna Avery that she u>c,l to be a model house- Room 9, Old Armory Building Pensacola Fla. I' (IIH 10 and 14c yard. .Y

; and Mis Helen Uenham..Mr. !het per before light: :: housekeeping en- 10-4 Pepperell Sheeting 22'/2c yardLnoieacnea R;.
:! r. .. -. III
: saured lier.-\\ (lLI:1U'S'urIJ. Sheets 40c each.Bleached .
d : W. H. .Milliehap! was charmingly WANTED. Sheets, 45c each.
a 1 Help Fur Tired Erea. I Pillow Cases, 10 and 12Yc _chBOY'S p-
nUT'SilU' 4\\ Dinner e sterdajby
There is a simple and effectual: remedy Box socialill be held at Saint'shall \VAXTED-Good: nurse immediatelyat PANTS. ll'1;:>o
' lIr. and Mrs. Fred 0. Howe. 10 pair, Food value . .23 cents. *U
i for the wvinau whose eyes are red Tuesday night/ at 323 Hast :Sfii: West Chase. mll tf. !
It and smarting from overstrain of any Chase street. All are invited. 150 pair Coronot. best value to fan,, <
An elegant diner will be given toe klul. ICmlt.* STOLEN. be found,.50 cents. -:)& If:

j 1 night on the Alabama to a 'party Let her ask her druggist for 10 cents' BOY'S CLOTHING.New 7,;,:$ "f
from Mobile.: and complete stock from $1.25 ..:
, worth of equal parts of powdered STOLEN Orange and white pointer;
, Wrote a "Bad Ilftnd." to $5.00. l
borax and boracic acid. This amount
weight about 55
pounds; Answersto -
P Mr. X. J. Schmitz today reached will last some time. A scant fourth ofa During! the war n paper from General
the hands of name of Ella. My name on collar.
Melps passed through I
t the fii'tfeth anniversary of Ins biuh. teaspoonful dis sl'ln'll in one cupfulof : FISHER BUILOIHO COR. PALAFOX & IH1EHOEKCIA SIS
General Sherman and is today preserved Dog is taxed. All persons are warn ,
. I .. He was born in New Orleans half a boiling water should be used as a
. with this Indorsement it in
upon ed Reward
against harboring her.
bath for the eyes, applied with a linen
century rrg'O.f'
j cloth as hot us can be large with com General Suvrmau'svell known hand; will be paid for return of dog and
"I heartily concur in tho recommendation -
from fort. The water should! be allow e-d to ?:23; additional reward for evidencethat -_._ .- r -- .r
A. \V. Ligon. a phosphate man
t I of the quartermaster general
j Mt. Pleasant, Tenn., registered at the enter the eye. I but I don't know what Le say3." will convict thief.
Instead of using: a cloth benefit Is mlCtf
f : Merchants this morning. often derived from putting the face It Saved Hit Leg.P. BLEECKER FORBES. A OREEHHDT & CO. $

close to the cup and tipping the Litter LOST.
time: BO that the eye is immersed in the A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ga., r ,

water. There should be opened and suffered for six months with a fright LOST-White Pointer Puppy, lemon .WHOLESALE GROCERS

I' shut n number of times under the wa ful running sore on tia leg; but I colored ears; lemon spot on left ... ,

". Mrs. K. Simon of Memphis Tenn., ter. Bathe tLe eyes in this way night: writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve side. Answers to name of "Sport .

who has ccnvlsitingherrelatives the ; and morning, and the redness of the it in >fire For FLA.
cured days.
return to Captain ofVest Hill Nos. 102 104 106 East Government St, ,
J the ,
lids will the white of I
Rcxh family, on Government street disappear
Ulcers, Wounds, Piles, it's the bestsalve Truck House and receive reward. -
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has pone to Montgomery: to \'igtIr.: : rye will become clear and bright and -- -- -
in the world. Cure gauranteed. CAR
the aversion which is often felt LUMBERCall CREX AMERICAN GRASS
to light LOST OR FOR
Emile Kocn and STRAYED.
family. -Dark bay
Sold W. A. IXAlem-
25 cts. by
in the case of weakened eyes will be PETS AND LINOLEUM, FINEST
I mare. Xo marks. About BEEKMAN LUMBER
1:1 South Palafox on
lessened. berte, druggist, II
i j The curtain will rise promptly at S greatly I I hands high. Gone about three CO. for estimates before placing I THING ON EARTH FOR YOUR
This, remedy Is not a cure for diseased street.
d16 lm
o'clock and 'are advised orders for lumber. -
tonight; patrons your
; I eyes, but merely a relief for weeks Two dollars and fifty cents HALL DINING ROOM OR OFFICE-

, i to be seated promptly. weak and tired ones. It Is absolutely Hot Chocolate with reward for her return to Hudgins' new style label for his 5 RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTON 4

I harmless and has been: recommendedby Whipped Cream at's BEN BROWN, Millview. cent cigar will interest you.
,, Mrs. Arthur Young of Chicago physicians.-r-Farm. and Fireside., 16m 1w''udgiu's QUINA.
f with her little daughter, arrived last -
Waffles with
I Hot French
evening and are with Mrs. Friedman Hudgins has a new label for the Candies at
J Onnther's
tie %
est f r 5c Florida Cane Syrup at
j I on East Goteranient street. Mrs. best 5 cent cigar on the market. .. Jtudng's, the Best!: for QC. Solomon's. i I Solomon's.



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