The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 17, 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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-"E O..ESSIONS ARE VALU- J:I American Of the institutions.Filipinos under his command I ONE EXONERATED VAULT IN THE OFFICE OF W.- ''il,/

SERETARY ROOT, IN not one ever deserted cr was
I I.ESS : ever guilty of a serious infraction of

discipline. lIe said that there are BY NEGROES EAGER TO MOBILE'SJITIZENS

..K TO THE FARM. now 150.M":: ) children attending That Was the Conclusion of the Board of GET RICH 1

school, and that the laws are being: QUICKThe ,

enforced by the judges who will not Public Safety Yesterday In the Trialof It'I

Hi.ralii. March 1:;. first receive the preliminary bribe. r
) I Three Accused Police two ARRIVED IN ELEGANT SPECIAL! ;!
I Officers. way negroes attacked a .
B. Case. 1:. 8r A.. Hlihu! Hoot, Secretary of War, in ,
It Lig safe in the office of W. L. Wittich .
The Philippines, at a short address, commented upon )0 TRAIN EARLY THIS AFTERNOON I nI
& Co., on Jefferson street Saturday ; '
'Ial dinner of the So the fact that farm lands in Oneida
I night offered a suggestion to designers TO SEE THE ALABAMA.
Oaeidas) at the Savoy i county sell for less today than they Captain Milton Frank exon- ''SIX of future naval implements of ..

did forty ago. He said thatit orated, Police Officer Puhtel
:,';ht emphasized an years BRITISH warfare. : ;

"h has been made be- should nut be so, with the markets suspended ten days with a caution ,
Hinges, Knobs and door handles An elegant special train of sis pas
:. : that it was well much nearer the farm and much and Police Officer Schmitz ','
time that had Admiral better than they were forty years dismissed from the force was the result I BATTLESHIPS were pounded unmercifully, and everything senger coaches arrived at the Union I
done force
to an entrance to
away after the victory ago; but he explained that the condition of the police session of the police depot at 1-45 this afternoon, and :232:
I the big safe that could be conceived or
i lay! it vfoiild have been : is probably the result of the board which began its sessionat -- by dull and slow minds. representative citizens of Mobile

." Germans take the fruit trend of population toward the 11 a. m. and concluded after 4 p. alighted therefrom.The .
NOW PROBABILITIES instrument used was an iron
cities. m.
< errs bar weighing about 230 pounds whichwas train was> in charge of Conductor
:.' i Case further said that at Seretary Root took a rather pessimistic On account of this trial not one ARE THEY MAY RUN
used as a sort of a battering who stated that he left
has it been possible for the view. He said that the ua- of the men on night duty slept a UP TO PENSACOLA SOON. ram.; The instrument was found by Rayborn '_

aa army to be withdrawnthe tonal character is being changed for wink jesterday. They hardly had Mobile at 10-10 a. m. today and did ;,
Mr. Wittich when he went to his officeabout
Philippines without turfr the worse as a result of life in the time to eat supper before it was not pick up a passenger at any Intermediate
4 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The I
:'.e law abiding and peace lov. city, and that if the nation Is to time to go on duty at night.!; Six big British battleships arrived damage was also noted and the matterwas station. He will take tha ;.

iidents of the archipelago continue dominant and selfreliantthe There was interesting testimony at Havana Sunday morning and were 'f
Marshal Sanders train back
reported to Deputy tonight. |
men must get back into closer heard of which the free in of
10 a ravening cruel horde ol one portion was very exchanging calls and
who went to work on the case at As soon as a few preliminaries were
contact with the soil. The nerves, tendering of advice by men on the salutes between commanders and the
once and fastened a chain of circumstantial arranged and dinner eaten, the entire
view of the situation in the the muscels and the morals must beat to the marshal in regard to the secretary of the navy, now there. '
evidence upon the two negroes -party, headed by General Whiting, t
pines was far from being sa be strengthened, as were the nerves, fight to be made on the night cap- The British squadron has .been
who are now under arrest. The boarded excursion boats for the bat-
listic as might be judged fromif muscels and the morals of the tain. In at least one case a memberof cruising in waters of the western hem ,
negroes were employes of Barrs'Foundry tK-ship Alabama which will especially ;
his remarks. lIe expressed fathers, by contact with the soil. the board and the mayor overheard isphere for some months and arrived
which building adjoins the entertain the Mobilians this afternoon.
conviction that the Ameri- such a proceeding and before at Havana when they were thought to r
\Vittich office. Evidence against
.. sions in the Far Cast will the advising officer left the stand his have been in some other direction.
4 them is so strong that a confession is
'o pay, and that the worst DOLPHIN MEN mind was in such a befuddled state The squadron represents the finest
expected from one or both of them be- ISLA DE LUZON
-..i-n. He paid a glowing that hili did not know what he was vessels in the English navy and are
fore they are put on the stand for
,Ti American army of oc1 talking about. Another officer could understood to have been congregatedafter

': Wittich's office is situated at
': and that this had had been placed although he had States was formed. HAJURRIVEDREACHED
the southwest corner of Pine and Jefferson
the slightest, even -- been on the force for a number of : The squadron consists of the warships
I streets, two blocks directly
: attacks from the years. Another saw things quite differently Ariadna, Indefatigable, Retribution
south of the police station and county IS
from the rest, telling of Tribune, Fantone and Columbine I
jail. About 100 feet east is the Gulf ,
:i,.. b -r. Will Pay. FINE EXAMPLE OF THE some things which were known to no and they are under the command NAVY
Transit Co. office and Commandancia
!i .....,.,ines ever pay?" one except himself yet altogether the of Vice Admiral Sir Archibald Doug :
AMERICAN SAILOR'S HEROISM.The wharf where workmen were on duly.
i ,.' i tThen answer- advice was gaad. lass who uses the Ariadna as his flag YARD. I'-
It is also about 100 feet from Palafox
.: "- i .. :. '. ,u. he said: "Yes. Capt. Frank's action toward the ship. This vessel fired twentyoneguns
street, one of the busiest of streets on
\ d i i', : but ultimately. marshal was held as a misunderstanding as she saw the flag; of Secretary
Secretary of the Navy was on Saturday night. Why the terrific "
','- I' ii' UT meant pro- on the former's part and a resolution :Moody on the Dolphin. The Isla de Luzon, the only fruita
pounding did not attract attention is
..: :' 'licult! to start into Sunday afternoon given a practical illustration to that effect was passed. This A great many naval officers now at a matter of mystery. of Dewey's Manila victory off the !

i' 1 1.11.. been still so long. of the inborn heroism of exonerated Frank. Pensacola confidently expect this fleet !
entering the office the negroes able to navigate alone, arrived off the
: .- ,'I i The' best lands are the American bluejacket, and some rewards There was no excuse to be found for to come to Pensacola, and one high :
raised a rear sash and then forced liar shortly after midnight and taking :
i .:I': .mon. There are will follow the incident. The the action of Officer Schmitz and hewas I ranking officer stated last night that
their way to the safe through lattice on a pilot came over the bar and residents l
_' those con- story comes fram Havana in the following summarily dismissed. he was quite sure that the British vessels -
l I work. In their eagerness they did not on the reservation were pleasedto 1,
':.. ,\,'mncans. Associated Press: 1'uhtel was given ten days for using would visit Pensacola at a time
notice that a front shade was up and see the cruiser off the yard early
: :.,1 inouuiais are in- Havana, March la.-While Secretary abusive language. I i when the American fighters were here.CREST .
I any one passing along could have 1 this morning when they began to bus
'1 'l.e metals, gold, silo of the Xa"11'. Moody, and his
n -- easily watched the operations.It I duties.
tie about the day's '
r (real oil and gas. party were making a visit on shore
will be remembered what a disagreeable : The Luzon is under command of
i :.' that are abso- 'this afternoon a squall of tremendous .
FLOOONOW night Saturday was. Rain Commander Colwell and is a gunboat h!
the harbor. It OF
: The bides of violence swept over
and wind prevailed with equal hard of lOU tons displacement, has a i.
tiitams are covered became as dark as night and the wind
force anllt was just such a night that speed of 14 knots and is over twenty
1 umber that grow'sh'n and the downpour: were terrific. Com
thieves would! work It was probably old. She was amoung the least
..1 .' ,\ the Ameri- dander Stody of the IV>Iphin. realizing -
the noise of elements that preventedthe injured in the Manila encounter and
i lure were in the : the peril to the small boats in the SWIRLING SOUTHWARD
battering ram from being heard. after peace had been reached she was
only two saw harbor during: such a squall called for
stated Mr. Wittich went '
As before raised by Naval Constructor Hobson
volunteer rescuers. The entire crew
into his office about 4 o'clock p. m. and repaired to such an extent that
'I-T fjur years the of the Dolphin responded. U.ats'erc: ,
u -- wreckage
Sunday and found a mass of she was placed in active service. Arm
than was instantly manned and sent off. The
< one more
dreds of people are abandoning their Hough tools used in trying to ed with four 4-inch rapid fire gins,
.- .i-h! to bring civili- launch returned with four half drowned PEOPLE ABANDONING THEIR
homes and every industry located force the safe were lying around. The four G-potindcr quick fire, and four
Philippines in the Cubans and the captain's gig with
HOMES IN NORTH MEMPHIS- along Wolf river has closed down. carpets were torn and disordered, Colt rifles, she can give a fine accountof
I :Tired sears of their another, who was lifted aboard apparently
Street car service in this part of the opened windows having admitted herself in a close engagement .
i '.ii'i Manila a vile, lifeless, but later was resusci LEVEE AT HOLLY3USH BADLY
city has been practically abandoned, rains and besides saturating carpets, pecially when handled by American h|
'insanitary' city; it is tated. The courage on the part of the
." WASHED. and skiffs are being brought into re had filled drawers and ruined many seamen. 1'
diary and delightful Americans fs especially commended,
quisition. Several railroads have been papers; and the interior altogether The Luzon comes here to go out of {:
harbors the British did not riseto the
.11. In its as "
; '
benously hampered by the encroaching looked as if a cyclone had struct it. commission, and thousands of dollars
navies of although one of the capsized -
the ,
float emergency
Washington, March 1C.-Special river waters, and the Yazoo and Mississippi Damage tq the safe, Mr. Wittich said, will be expended in making repairs.She .
was'much the Aria-
is boats nearer
";x flag that floats bulletin: Valley has annulled many of would not go beyond $oO, as many will not be docked as yet and it Is:
I' ,1 J. dna than to the Dolphin.
will The Ohio river at Cairo remains stationary its schedules because of wash-outs things could be easily replaced or not exactly known whether complete }
1 Moody tomorrow
been asked why Secretary
1 and commend / at 50.6 feet, and is falling south of here. fixed. There was not a cent In the repairs will be made here or not although
Mil after the summon the Dolphin's crew
away above. The Mississippi at Memphis is safe, the owner having taken the precaution there is no doubt but that
', had them for pluck and presence of
: Harbor. If he
now C9.1: feet, a rise of 1.2: feet since to empty it at Saturday's should she ever be placed in dock
: \\ .Id have turned a mind.
I over to the control Uu to tonight it is known that five Sunday morning and 1.8 feet above the NO DANGER AT PRESENT.New of closing business. that the big change will be made at ,;l
1 :<'Mlthirsty, ravening men, all Cubans, were drowned by the previous high record of April, 1S93. Orleans, March 1C.-The river Pensacola.At In -
It will continue to rise, and it is probable CASES OF NEGROES present the steamer: Poe is
here has been
the since Saturday
would! have been pil- capsizing of other Swats during stationary rill
WERE CONTINUED.Tom the docks and will be there several
that the maximum will be in the
defenceless wereKnew squall. morning. It registered 19.:: at
When the job on that vessel ti
days yet.
n!. Secretary Moody and party dined neighborhood of forty feet. Below that time, and the official government she will be floated amt
is finished
Memphis the river continues to rise reading was the same today. The absence -
the Situation. today with Minister Squires. They Morneo and Gus Johnson were original Spanish, cruiser will be
slowly except at New Orleans, whereit of rise is due in to favorable
will visit to President Palma a part dangerous and sus
of the great empire pay a the two negroes as lifted and examined.:.

:i? to be taken con- and the members of his cabinet tomor has fallen .1 foot in the last twenty- winds which have greatly accelerated Vicious characters in the city court today '

four hours, and it now stands at 19.2 the flow to the gulf. The floodis
!ivuey sailed away row. On Tuesday they will proceedto who had been gathered in for dOling

''i have gone in and Bahla Honda, and on returning to feet. being carried out with great rapid the damage to the big safe in The one great virtue of It Duractt'gVanilla i is
Extract is purity.
':., and he would have Havana will go to Santiago by rail ity. Better weather conditions have Wittich & Co's. office. The negroes, but

.1 himself by saying and return on the Dolphin. They will THE MEMPHIS SITUATION improved conditions' generally, allow as above told, were employes at vanilla extract and nothing Ilur.netf's va-

II ing the city from a look over the site for the naval station ASSUMES SERIOUS PHASE. ing the temporary levees to harden. Barrs' Foundry and were arrested by nilla' extract. (Always use t

\,' .' I !.I're has been no and general situation at Guanta Memphis, Tenn., March 16.-The The work of the levee board con Deputy Sanders after they had reported )

:: withdrawn without namo. crucial test of the great levees along tinues unabated and men and materialare I for work yesterday morning. They SPRING MILLINERY.Mrs. .

when our forces the Mississippi river Is at hand, andif abundant on; the front. were dressed in their foundry working -

1'1'uur friends in a TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY they withstand the pressure of the Sensational stories which have been clothing and tried to look at ease E. D. Nordstrom- at number

:.. : .. :.< r," Take BromoQnlnlneTablets All Immense volume of water now rush sent out from New Orleans to the effect but failed.

l *r described the Philip- druggieu refund the money if lion it alls tech to ing southward the most sanguine pre that the levees below Canal street An important witness for the cItyIs Eleven. East Intendencia is displaying -
, .. cure. E. W. Grove's Ilgnature the most attractive ready-to-wear
1 I.. .. '..1" 't- of Malay origin, with box %;;0. diction of the government engineerswill had broken and that the French quarter on board the steamer Simpson
bats for ladies and children of Spring
. &.' "., ':-.i\: .' fauls. lIe said that be fully verified. The river gauge was two feet under water and the which is now at St. Andrews. The Styles that have been seen in the

: t"t>" -''' ; :- cruel to the extreme, ANNOUNCEMENT. marks 39.1, a rise of sixth-tenths since embankments below Baton Rogue had steamer will not return before Thurs Mrs. Nordstrom's Spring Open' 1
t- to--a: : .; r-uuous. But there are Mr. John B. Vaughan has been appointed 7 o'clock last evening. This is the gone, flooding 200 miles of territoryand day and the cases were therefore con-
nig will take place in a short time and>
rItar.y t, < .py,ia?. and the general agent of the News at Century.He highest stage of water ever known seriously endangering New Orleans tinned until Friday.A .
' her display at that time promises> in
j .c'1--'v': >.i :- IK result of hereditary will receive and receipt for dally here, the weather bureau officials pre are absolutely without founda good bond of $500 was required in
F ... '. and weekly subscriptions and advertisements will be recorded tion. New Orleans would not be men excel any heretofore had by her. t
T' : 'vro'1 during the last! dict that forty feet I each case. Neither could give that security

t -v" '- .-.1 1 years. lIe said thattttn his restaurant and keep at the all times News on handat before the crest of the flood will have aced by any break between the state I and were locked up. They sent

r .. : "' niipmo grows to learn i passed. The high water mark in the capital and any point above the city, out and engaged a lawyer. See Hudgins' new label.

l' ; ".' .an lo-omise is given great flood of 1S97 was :17.:; feet. since the water would be carried Into ,
with '
Hot French Waffles
.... I North Memphis the flood situation lakes Marapuas and Pontchartrain Gunther's Candies atSolomon'
he 5 lOo Try
i not to be broken, Florida Cane Syrup at Hot Rolls at p- m ,
serious phase. Hun- and thence to the Gulf. 1
: is assuming a
iuhuiastic believer in Solomon's I 1i i doz. at Solomon's. j ..



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Enjoy the Choicest Productsof

the World's Commerce. tf


K.owl.d of What U nest More Important IDA LOCATED AT JACKSON
Than VVmKU Without % for infants and Children.

Castcrla i s a harnJws f'ub..Ututc for Cantor Oil, Pare

r: II AL BANK EXAMINER. gone Drop1 anti S othhl'" S 'rtlrs. It is i'lea'ant. It

It must be apparent to every one that I contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nan-otic!
: i sul' tal1{,(,. It destroys Worms and allays lV\prNliiH'
necessary I The It euri" Diarrlui-a(\ AViml Colic. It relumes Tmlu

modern commerce to attain permanently! Washington March 1C.-The First ink Troubles and cures Constipation. ft roKUlati-s the
I to universal acceptance. However loudly Stoinaol awl Ilo wet:, Riins healthy antI natural slei-n
National Bank of Florida, at Jacksonville : ,
i fceraldtd.they may not tope for w orld-w jije Best The Chililr !ii's l'.uul'eTbe 3Iothcr's l-'ricl1\l.
preeminence unless tlicy meet with the Fla., closed today by direction of

general approval, not of Individuals only the comptroller: of the currency, upon The Kind You Have Always Bough
but of the many who! have tte happy FamilD ti
the report of an examination made by
faculty of selecting enjoying: and learning -
Bears the Signature of
the real worth of the choicest prod National Bank Examiner Charles A.

ucts. Their commendation consequently. Laxative : Hanna, who showed the bank to be ia
Incomes important to others snce to
meet the requirements of the well Informed soh'ent.atiJnal; Dank Examiner J.1C. .

of all countries the method of Nor\ell has been appointed receiver. -
manufacture must be of the most perfect -
4' .
order and the combination! the most
'' excellent of its kind. The above is true The failure of the bank, it is said

k not of food products only, but Is epei I I at the treasury department due In Use For Over 30 Years.
dally applicable to medicinal agents and
3 after nearly a quarter of a century of SYRUP OF F1QjJ1 I I to losses which absorbed the entire rd t"nu. C""tN. n YU..O.r.rY,- OUW.CNN CITY.
I "'
growth and central use the excellent capital: and surplus, leaving a deSciencj .ot -r
remedy. Syrup of Is 'cr'where
Accepted, throughout the world, as thotest : in assets, which are of a slowharvtr

.1 of family laxatives. Its tiuallty isCue 13 : <, and 01 pour grade; consisting : fxC ry.=-
; 1 B.
not only to< the cxccllcnre: of the I WRIGHT GOfflPIHy
largely of phosphate and lumber l1
combination of the laxative; aid earnnEI Recommended : ,. 1 -TT
alive prlne:pies of pints known tj act a bg + r- s I mill machinery, insurance policies,

most beneficially on the system and pre- r 1 I real estate, i-ic. The bank has liabilities v i 1 MANUFACTURERS AID PEJU.m (SLUMBER
fi-nteJ In the furm of a pleasant anJ re- rrMang = t.1
of ?'J7olS2.;; : I f -
irc hlnj U-iulJ: but also to UK lao'holtf LATHS
r 1 manufacture cf the 'Cal rna Fi; Millions ,
Ejrup Co. ensure that urroinii- 1--- I
I. ty an purity essential In a rem-.1) Intended ABSORBED 3Y LOSSES. t I'I I i ;' SJOTCTPEEMIKGlES-fla-: : -
for family use. Ask any paysiclan Yt.of I JJJ ;
Jacksonville Fla., March 16.-Tht : i J
\\hIs: well informed and hi \\I1
I answer at once that it Is an excellent: s-- ; i.'t i. I First National bank of Florida in this I II II --=-- PE-\ ?ACOI.A. FLACOAL
I 1
, laxative. If at all cm:ncnt In h.s The Well-informed
I profession city, one of the oldest and in form r '
and has math a special study of i I
!Ir laxatives: and their effects upon the sjs- I years most successful banking institutions I

I tern he coal tell you that it is the best in the state closed its doors AM D Wf'/P:11
ft family laxatives; because It is simple Throughout the World-. ? < ':
and wholesome and cleanses and tli this morning and National Bank Ev II I EP'c'O::

sweetens the aminer Hanna is in Uiarge. WE SUPPLY A MUCH LA GER TRALE
system effectually, when i, r A 4 % 1
a laxative Is needed, without any un- Manufactured bg'i '' The First Xational- Bank is the oldest !, THIS WINTER THAN EVE{ FE FIRE
, kasa.t, after-effects. Every n-n-
w I I
in the state and in former years
:formed .. knows that Syrup of Figs is an excellent laid an immense business. I S END US YOUR ORDERS NCW

.:' laxative and is glad to soil it. at I General Spinner, former Vnin
,: the regular price of fifty cents per bottle o
Olsen & O\JI
:;,, because it elves general satisfaction : ID RNIb5YRUP I States treasurer, was its first persiilent. Thompson,

::1 : but one should member that in For jears past its business has
order to get the beneficial effects of JlTanresa StreetTelezconrl 7.
tI Syrup of rigs it ia necessary to buy the I be.>n declining and the bank examiner -- -- -_........- u ...-: = :"
I. genuine which Is sold in original pack- decided to close the doors pending a

ages only: the name of the remedy- San Francisco, Cal. I"lu'l!! examination. ESTABLISHED IBB2.

.1 Syrup cf Flea and also the full name of Louisville, Ky. New YorK, N. Y. It is doubtful if it resumes thoughit -
r the Company-California Fig Syrup Co. I

:H I I .-printed on the front of every package. FOB SALE BY ALL LESDIXQ DRUGGISTS. PRICE FIFTY CEXT3 PHI DOTTLE. may be reorganized. Its depositswere McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,

not large possibly! sixty thousand
I : J --DIALIK8 0
" .. The failure create.l no excite

I'I'J as he stood before and read the in- mt-nt And throughout' the six hours meat here. I I I Ship Chandlery and General Hardware,

i sciption upon the beautiful monument session some people: were constantly
More Riots. : eoa AND eos u. PAL1F'OX STUKKI.
r CAUGHT AT RANDOM j 1 Of that departed Pensarolian being bothered with some uncomfortable I

; in the Plaza "I hail watched his cold sweats if I am anyj'tle Disturbances of strikers are not ------AGEN'Cry
L ", career in Florida manyears anti l of liiinan Kin." I nearly as grave as an individual disorder
of tho system. Overwork loss UALVANIZAn WIRE ROPE, A. ROriHKL & KON'8 PL'JlPb:
I' 'Some of the finest ships to l o whatever he Iii I wail a source of I of sleep, nervous tension will be followed -
1 delight to me more especially if "There are some pretty horses lfttu Jcrdj+ hh'i. Ells: lutici! Instraniats! nuts, lit;t2!!
had anywhere are now coming into by utter collapse, unless a reliable -

: Tensacida:' saul a timber.-.hipPl'r. I. it was a victory for ay friend Chip; here" sa(1: a stranger at the Kvam remedy is immdiately employied. COMlMtFS: LOOM, KTO

,I "1 do mt incl'i'lithe Mi-am ley I am g'ad to learn that hewits hit last night. "I vas just sitting : There's nothing so efficient to C. McKenzie O3rtiaj Col'.eotiu: ; Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevole U Aiw
: here watching: some of them as they I cure disorders of the Liver or Kid- elation
feo highly honored in his adortj j
( They may !> had at ') [ reys as Electric Bitters. It's a won. : -- -
ed t I" i i were driven Joy and must say that
city as >:mmellt tea1 '
iderful tonic and effective nervineand
time-and wtare glad to s<< them-I I
t! t but I have nftrtnce to the 5'Eicg i 6es." some I have seen will compare! with I the greatest all around medicinefor I THE GARDEN SECTIONo

any buggy horses in any place I run down systems. It dispels I
vessels, with which the bay is n:>\v
: ,' "April is always a month of treat have been. It is a fai'ing: ofone. i Nervousness, Rheumatism andNe'iralgia : OI'oPensacola
literally dotted. Some of them avert and expels Malaria germs.
[ enjoyment to me. But one cf the perhaps to look more clo-Hy at a I
age abe two thousand tons anJ i Only ;;Oc, and satisfaction guaranteed Florida
;'1 It many now here go above eighteen greatest enjoyments in that month"happily horse than the average man but I by AV. A. D'Alemberte, druggist, ,

r' talked a young lady," is the am so rapped tip in them that I 1121: S. Palafos street.

( hundred and these are the kind ia ceremony in Lee sq-iare, couductetl call bear criticism with goad: 1 h lmor. I i! Near East: Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
which there is so ranch profit! for ,
t' .jt by the 1/idw-j Memorial! Ass.icia But I am telling! ; }oi the tr'th i PEARL & DOL1VE.

it t 'II the town. In addition to those lion. I believe the happy rE-nwmoer'i about the pretty tvlina's: I hare seen; ;! I Beautiful Lots for Sale.
,,::1. now here I learn that there arc a I
in? day will take place on Tuesday here and I might aril with pr,'ir.ety ; Call on them ut tin rotl.ltrofGar-

I I great many fixtures of as important the 2Mh, this year ami..I am Ion?' | that I have also n.'ticed son pn.-t\ I, Jen and Ale niz !'iin>U for carpenter i 40sl37% feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord,
a kind now on the way. In CM).
I and electrical work.or phone
i'I' J inn f'>r that happy time to come. Not ty rolling stock." I ing to location and surroundings.
: spite of these big ships; loading here i
only that I am ciretully caring for a I t -... .-.. .-...--

I I am told that the outlook for timber lot of white flowvrs\ which: I shaH AFTER LA GRIPE-WHAT? I yrvrict:. I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View
is not at all bright and that in spite
,I strew on the beautiful place with my Unusually a Hckinc cough: and a I hive hen ontl.onzfd to take i High, Dry Fertile Lands.
rf the big sent oat lately 'I
cargoes : own hand! something I have been general ffe'.ins! ct weakness, .ittenleading ''utHcriptiou fur Win. Jennings I i -
!II they are not chat was anticipated to fatal rtvilts after the pauent Mryac's papr, "The Cociuionf-r.
loin:; ever since I have lived here I The grandest opportunity for investment ever
in advance. [
several months aj by certain shippers I I is snIF set! to"Pll: the The price i is $1.00 rpr year :
I who said lately l that they hadJwpetl and that has I bef-n q-iite a number ,danger I'f'inl. Polcy's II. ney and Tt" a d".dr', !' ehe r3.;)H ; cffered Pensacola.

I lot; )'ears.I |I Tar is iruarinted tn cure the "grippecouh" can have it sntti thmi by i efUwpI
'I to do-iMe that which has already Ijtnto -it'fer-igned., .
I and! make >mstrong andiced. I : Home Seekers Should See These Lots
f; been shipptd. 'I coiibider I "Your beautiful city i is a great so. : !It never tills to stop a cou;::: hit II H. M. ROCHE.Saws.I .
the future taken in time. Take no siobiilutes Care Daily:
i things extremely bright tor jour pretty wrnit-n are not to be ; _-.-- _

l; ,' said a merchant to me lately" I cial\: center" saul a naval! man "and -- I MEAT & MAM' hats a muVflolt"I i VcClubbs
While refreshing i and r
I dietetic
{\ will: launder :0' ,
surpassed anywhere I have ever i We your 'jr-ao* I
!t "I'm so sorry to fee "St. Michael's 15 cents eac1 .incl nmli ipfj 'I...>t 'l'l*n.nnt to take, it helps asrmlla! Corner Garden and Brit Streets.
bt''n.n,1 another thing: they are of fund :old
thou byD.INNIIEIa
cemetery fence in such a horrible: !;frp i .w "tar Laundry
'i .not: nonsensical navy blue worshipers :fhii HP.O-:;.

i\ ? condition.:' said a la.llast evening !' such as it has Iwen our misfortuneto K.O. BRENT. V1f..l! KSOWLKH.: W. K. HYER.JR., J. H, KtK'CPr

.' "A cemetery i-s to me as sacrol as a E. W. FEAKETNo. \ 8ient. Vc-t'rest.ldnt. Cannier Ati't
1 11 sail among; at some of the nary NEW SCHEDULE.OF
t church and we shot Id all do our lest ,
' !hurts wa hive tonch",, l at" 80 South: Paiaf.'x tret.. keeps -r ;
:4 not only toward hl'amiCyinlch a call Ijfllwire- and .11 titdi of I,

j', J spot, but in every true effort to i. "I see another RO ro-ind took place: lf-ctriciil\ rupplie-. Havp him do! .r! ltrs1 Ta tionai.] Banboi' 1

Ijaild or improve it in any way. We pt the police station yesterday when STEAMER CAPTAIH FRITZ, : sour work. Call phone 'J03. J

('J should heartily second every move several policemen were in hot wator J. N. Roon::, Mjua"er.Lve I ---- -

toward having that fence Sxod anti before the board" said an amtis L Fitepoit Monday and PE ACOLA. FLA.D"Ln.EC1TOrl.lLl .

must not let up in endeavors until I jrentleman. "Prom what I hear.there T1m'dtlY ta''n.tI!;,. i

\'tI' at least we see at least the north andwest i jed was lots of room to catchsome Arrive at P"n-;!crla Monday and :

.\ fence built cf iron or material [I I of the blue coats telling Thursday Leave PenrazoU i.Uht. Tuesday andF'ridty "VM. K. K}\t vK3. W. A. BLOUNT, F. C, BRENI. K. HYK

that would resist the \andalisni: i>. (i. BI'.ENT,
It things which: did not exactly coni night.Arrive
i which has been known to occur I at"rt Wf'dtJ Jayand
i form to the truth but then the poordevils ;' ti tie
I pI S photography, l *;
month ftaturd.ivWKUKL.V DI.lrnil1'l J J
there from year to year were as the fellow said, be- I M Msj '
'fafe ri
ff 4't to month. So ICUR as wood is used i'tween the devil and the deep sea. 2U-P'l S. I'alafov Street. f g n ; > :::1

Li1'{ to build the enclosure just so long I ilhey were in a, baJ fix. Most of uGl il't. 1 ,= = .- -- -=- -

l : IU the relentless hand of the vI1mb1Iti'l them wanted to be as IIT! to the Tt'H' 5\M DIVISION -,. .
yriy ;t >)'.. own Em3 of Ehange on Great: ErUl\tn
) lie exercised:! I marshal as they could and th">y did PFNSYCOtINi",fi'r"ttt(:TN itatk } nr n '
i. f t rit r1t + (l.r14V.. .' r "'J3tr-i, r.'7, Holland !pan Belginra lint

t i I not want to do aaytbirs to hurt HAlloW"01"1. t4.a.'t.". I.e.. .' 'ir ,* '.et ,: European countries." .
> Ions I
I Imt'C,1.! : y a ." 'y
; Trains tease Yeueec("la :or .Lo." .
their captain! who was uUll.r.1l: ---
t "I; time.:' said a \isitin'4! ; u>. 'da riin I Is'-rio-is charges as they w.'re notsubstantiated. and 8811'U.Port mil rfarreuoat Hl\yon. 1h-- Y. p.t .... L'." :r.J apoa: the Moss Favorable Terrna, 11 +'

t. I 6:51 I"l.s'r\* a: >'Ir' 1:1'lelr 156 : i Obhatior B T .k en Payabla ak Fort ci e5ttra\ioa Ten or 1-.m '
" ,j ( The maw'\ W.ask ...m urnv-ftt Veil KarracPdi I",V)a. after Vessel AiriT .l areo
recollect, and a. IGIJ .m.srr'vmiK'j! :t bartinsui att-
1GOLA Y=Qt ;fin? the questions tlt WlliSKTtx
> Harrsnc-n
S.SOp m.a+ r.v \! ft
''His Honor was present: \\ hon the .15c.m. arrlv' ., t'ort ::. ra:1r.. 1. ;-r'2aiiaty Dopoolt Boze: fcr Rent In ConnertJcn!

Grist and Corn j Meal Mills? |Vjioe! affair of K-atih's occurred it 'tQpm.arriveatFn'rSsrrau3o9."r- F'r: ii>':;"ni!'"* 'or"P:i.Tra.cs ..-."i: >i I with whioh we have B P1'lvAS.rhlent: for thetlB

I was plain that it an u'rrith was oc-la .i ; of hmtAT' a _
j t!. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, the T.nftai arrh'e at t-U9A>.oi3 .__ 8:\gu .. i.lltiiop I
jtild he wouYi:': kn w it a'.d 1 !l'ep! I m. rrlr* tt Peose3ola _. .n:': p.. x

t ManntftctC'eriCBOICK I men from hoMms! \ ; t., VK'I a state %;00 p. m. \rnTS.OOpmarrireht< &ot I'endaJOta; _. ra5 ; J; DR. Klr c's ', PROFESSIONAL CAEr .
; : pp EOJ!. I.45 5 D = r
t lF9LANUPU1tEOliO1'M -" 7.CO p. m. arrITit J'i>n>aon! ray p. I .... .. '
'g:4ip m.arlv"atPenuno'a !vi. ratardsia
i STOCK FEED: DR. F. E. ERUCE only I tor W. C. ROWS, M. D.OtVice .

1 1 Fatronts Home Industry for there li rent Feb WEEK <>At8.Penieol a FOR THAT COLD. ,
q homeasonloa.honldbnyyocrMealaaltook : : i : J7X S. I'alar"
1 $ reed from the Home Maaalsctarcr Has returned and re-um-d practice. to Fort narr.acaO rtlDTL ".,0' TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. a
p'IIv-oh. to Navy Yard anti rl'turJ_ J' aaa : to f
for by ko doing yon enl.'ouran home IndaiIT. t Hoar from S to I)1; a. m
t Your money U left in the commanit; Office 2-'lj WetOovernrp.fnt !Ht., PenlAeola to palmetto h\h nl; retcra i'w&oa : f Cures Consumption.Coughs
I II + t '
nod you la tarn are Indirectly benefitedlafaiterlDic 1''DAr .( '1EDD L ;: and after o'clock
the borne manufacturer y<-tooptrlbuie Salisbury Ruildin] ?. wiaisr: pnu the running Colds Bronchiti' Asthma i i
to taceanseof labor. roc ow I i la.on.0 CO.i .
It tolhooommuclty In which :you live .-C Telephoue 14t.T open PneumonialIay Fever Pleu. i i _
vblch notribat' lo oor nfl Leaf larra'l" ,
npport--- 8 a. 31 10 I. JM. : ADELlGBIlULBEYEBAGtA
,-TT-0- ,;. t.l\: 11 a. m. .i m risy, LaGrippc, Hoarseness, JOHN S. BEAr V.
l MEN AND WOMEN, G p it' : --. J.Y.i i Ii J\: I ip p.. m m .h.r.I.p. m ; A HFE Tnr1UUlnJI Sore Throat, Croup and ATTORN'EYATLAT.Of3ce : .

ruin TM BL.G for nnnatnrat ;: Ip.TC P.D' Whoopir Cou h.HO
t ,
V 1I..e dl.rhMCa'a.n.a.n m tti i#,. : Pv V TJi"s ti .j L'cpui 3 a r.?=".,>er.. i 1:1.: a p a. I ?-30!) ThJesen 1'i: :: :
a.Yr.a irnution* or t.'fat''a
,. ; .
..t t.I-tat of macott* ietlb-an... i II / Iptrt ty aislrel I "
Pr..s.e.w.t.a i : C'" : I I' P.'ic' 50,. and 51. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE 0iJ! Jc.uu-S:3'J a. in.
r mle> nt o n ltm- "r'.t n J n.i's.: |f'.ijl! "In '"0.1.1101.1r'enlwo : Y hvEannheisser 'i !
r hale .
a. TtltttS419rltrd, gent or p, u. I T.-y. :....!.1.:8 j" : tP ; :& t) art 4" govt1ttrsadr I I 2iop.m.to6:3rp.l: ) :! ..,
CCSLRO V SOW by Drucjl.t S __ __ i ; ; .
t7rn ladies
G&1 or wnt ID jU n *rarrr,. \ F A 1 Bros. Cleaning i skirt ind W' st@I i i i PracfceJn state mad f.drSt : .
"l'atIJJI r'ifl'e
l>r *. prf.s. r p<' t 'ili r NT5" 'T.1\ <;U1 V'iV : ..tera.It -_ __ .____ UNo I is one of cr.r ap ciaitiea. Star Laaniry. I Allbuslnf-M entra'twl to m' w
Jh+tti : T5.
co or < >. I pretest and diligent attentio-1
t Cucuh r t.nt I a sr aetf t tretthf alter I:1J p, ra.

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PROPOSALBY r fraln ofTou're All ,,flight, buf "Ton { '
Can't Ring In to be answered by'") CONSUMPTION itI

Don't runt to Play In Your Yard" !!
and "Won't You Come Out and Play?"

from the pau! CURED. i

[CopjTlght 12:; t>r McC.ure's NewspaperS Clarice glanced at her aunt. "In the
)cdlcate.] Sweet By and By" ale played, end ca- Mr. Edward Schubzrth and:.Jrs. H.

PNEUMONIA Clarii:e Vantlnc sat In the cocUst corner get response came In "Oh Promise C. Allington Whom the Doctor

cf the Intel piazza' idly strumming Me!" and that 1U meaning might Ltlierfectly Said Had Incurable Ccnsumptioz. r

. \.0:' htr gui:..r. The light: from the clear Carl ran In a few familiar Were Perms. 1'ti

I prior winder fell tt her feet, a road tars from the "Lohengrin" wedding neatly Cured by

rrn-,1 of ;eo'tItrflkt.;;; the tcft march. A vivid blush mounted to the
I girl's forehead, and she glanced nervously -

follows a cold, but never follows the use of gloom oie tag of the peking; vine hung out popular corner. soups Some at her aunt. Surely such a keen Duffy's Pl1i1eMalt

mark her
eyed chaperon must embarrassment I
with one finger, but presently the labored : ,
For a moment the guitar I
I.h'iu ceased, and Clarice.: gavea lay untouched. Clarice was pondering WhiskeySTOPPED

si;;h! of relief.II ,
I the question and not until the first i

I ,T aunt Mrs. Harvan. sighed also few ttralns'of "Answer" Coated out HEMORRHr GES. _

j in deer> sstlsfuctioii: : not, Lxmc\er, overtU upon the night did she again pick up''' Gentlemen: It Is with great rleasuri

? departure of the pianist, because her Instrument But her decision had ,, that: I write to inform you that I have ;
FOLEY'S !ll'1.d tea deaf to music and all now been ached, and right bravely used eight bottles of your Pure Mall +]
i Whiskey.I I would not have been here today .
other sounds these tea comfortable she played "I'll Be Your Honeysuckle;
only for your wonderful medicine. 1 ll r contentment' was due to You Be the IIL'('." j] have used all kinds of caugh syrups and
i the f.-et that she had stet'red""cijriee A mighty crash emanated from the been under the care of doctors. I have bad 1

; tlm.u:1! aii ;:tire summer at Ocean piano, followed by the lively chorus of three severe attacks) of-gnp and .
which have left me with" a bad cough
\ _, w w..:.out own Laving ix>ruiitU J a "I'm the Luckiest Coon In Town;" a'; and
Weak lungs and Lesrt. I am 07 years }
I, tetc-a touwi'Ji Carl-tea Jason, thoughhe : second's pause, then, with martial ;I eU. It has toned' up my system and
t HONEY AND TAft had tot missed a single Sunday swing, "II ld the Fort, For I Am Cumlnff. :! stopped the hemorrhages. I cou,ti but
since their arrival ."* 1: very little. 1 only regret I did not know
I cf your whiskey before. I cannot iXiTtss
There was no particular reason why When Carl stepped out on the piazza, I that it has done for me. I beg to remaiaYours t?
Mrs. Ilarvan should discriminate Mrs. Ilarvan rearJ.1I1lm; with an unfavorable j I respectfully, !

against Carl save that he had: found eye. When be bent over i iClarice's MRS H. C, .\ ,
:: ;:3, N. II.. Sert. 11, 11)03.QUJCKLY ) .
favor In Clarice's eyes and a:rs liar- hand, she frowned. But this
I It stops the cough and heals the lungs van wanted her pretty niece tu herself. mild dlh.iniroval changed vehement :, CURED.

She lined her, but with a hue that I gestures when he caught ui the mouthpiece I II j Dear Sirs: I picked x

was completely gellish, though;: never I of the flexible ear trumpet the elder pa a table about a month ago!: a: 1
'and cold from I read It throu;;:i. After riMding t wen: ot
prevents a settling on your lacking in generosity.: Clai we wasBLowercd woman carried. ,, and bought a bottle of your v.hUUcj.vhi'j
with all the good things; of II "I have asked Clarke to marry me, telei uo right uy.. i a.j now oa my
and in 'Pneumonia life save that which she no* wanted Mrs Ilanan he explained "and she l four'h bottle using it tor su-r-illed In-
I lungs resulting Pleurisy, I most of 'nil-love. says ycS. I must go abroad on Sate: j, ruranie tonsumptio-i, :l'i 1 feel l.kc a new
I I man 1 think that if I Lad k&u..n of your
day nest and I'd like to take her with
Carl Jason had made this final trip whiskey when I vat at hor..e la C'hicigo I
or Consumption. to the shore expressly' to lay his heart me. We can be married as- you pass would have ct\cr com'- oat lu tc for my
and his comfortable little fortune at through New York tomorrow, sail as ;, Lealth. Kb SCH"3AiTII.i .
jarLl si., D.nY.r, ,, It03.
i ) i ,
and that
planned I
i the feet of Clarice-that Is, provided on Saturday buy t
I You in of serious results ifFOLEY'S t Mrs. Uneven would kindly ft out of trousseau in Paris. I know you don't There are t'lousiJs! cf crses Duet like
are no danger
j his way bug enough. Prowling round want to 1* separated from Chance, andI i! that of air SoUa'Ktrth: and llri Alliagtoa
here toe had InI
patients thought they -
I the porch this! moment he realized don't blame: jim; so won't you comp I
very curabU' consumption until their doctors
HONEY AND TAR is taken "
I, that he should have sailed for Europe with us? prescribed Duffy s Pure Mast AViiskey.
a week since and that on the following "When did you ask her" demandedthe Duffy's Pure :daltvhlskey is Bbsolately

Ka, it soothes and heals the inflamed air I Saturday he must start whcth- clJ lady suspiciously."Just pure than all and other possesses medicines.more curative 1t contains power na
a as 110be made answer Into the
pas- ( er his lore story moved on another i fusel oil so common in otbcr whiskeys
chapter or not. Worst of all, this was ear trumix-t "1 played my proposal : and which is a dangerous ingredient ia

and the Clarice's last night at the huM On the piano." I whiskey, espxelally for the diseased sys-
sages cough disappears. the morrow she and Mrs. Ilarvan Mrs. Ilarvan stared: at him In amazement tern when the poison takes effect.

would return to their home In an In- then broiled grimly $

land city, whither Carl could not fol- "Well if you were shrewd enoughto U
Be sure get as preparations low them and still make h's, Rilling do that you were bound to get her oG

containing opiates stop the cough temporarily by paralyzing the nerves date on Saturday. Carl was thinkingwrathfully some time, so I might as well yield. ii i
But as for that trip, I don't can for I I
in the throat and leave the of serious trouble and of this twentieth century I,
germs lung you get bondage when his t'3't'I'aug-ht the gleam the sea, and I-I guess you'd enjoy I)

one cold on another because the first one was not cured perfectly. j|iI of Cl.irh-i-'s guitar. lie started to hisfe''t your honeymoon better alone. Now. !'
I'm Clarice, and don't
I ; then, with well axsurtM-d noncha- joinrl't:1lr:; i j|
i 1 la:.ce. stivlk-d Into the pailur.Vv"i you stay up later than 12." I'
Saved Her Life From Pnouironla. Cured When Very Low With pneumonia JAMES: COUPON.
">n Clarice !heard the twirl of the!
wife had attack of Pneumonia which J.ff, of Lowder 111. writes little: .
1.( a severe Bryan : "My tnol Diilt Motu .
piano r pLo made a tiny moue, on 911ae.A
I followed a severe attack of La Gripp and I believe boy was very low with Pneumonia. Unknown to per
be Iwirotl typical tough l> n6" thirteen
prrifl to again by stiiiie Iniip. oy
$ that FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR saved: her life, the doctor we gave him FOLEY'S HONEY AND
(' >I .>!<'iit lm"idalliJe preferred si- was committal to a certain asylum not
writes James Coffee, cf Raymond, Missouri. TAR. The result was magical anJ puzzled the ti'
doctor, asIt.mmedateIY stopped the racking cough IletfilU1 hr thoughts; of Carl. long aga: by a city luayistrnio.Vlat .
ItI Dr. C. J. Bishop Agnew, Mich., writes: "I have and bequick reco\ered." ', Hut she! drew n breath of happy relief \ ; did you do that they 8nt you I Ii
used FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR in three
very whi-n she recognized the touch. here?' asked the buperiuteiiuc-t "ircly. -
every cases of Pneumonia with: good results in mse.
every Duffy's Pure Malt Y.Tiickey sat only
1 No one I but Oil plajed just like that, 1 i, ,
: Yfcrea Sizes, 23c, 50c and $1.00 drives out con IJmrtlon germs an'l heals
1 and now Le was Iuttluhis verysoul "Huh! They sent n.e up just for the lungs, but it Im.KIs up new tissue and
... into TiHtl'a ..t ;OlltllJ! ." She:: did not playing a gami1" snarled the boy. I I renovatl3 the (entire ::.stum.; It aidsstr.'uUti'S

M The 5o-cent size contains 2 1-2 times as much as the I.lean forward l<-st she should thus attract \VLat game';"' asked the superintendent d: e.tiaD. \ ""nj pnriph, she
LI.I'tltODPS un the heart, invigorates and
In iiunt's attention! ,
but the
; mall size, and the $ loCO size almost 6 times as much. last retrain r her guitar was keeping on "Checkersrid do police," he esplalued. : -I oC builds: ail disease.up the body At the so Mi-ilical th-t, it Convention will throw

perfect l.iraony tJ the passionate rise "It was me move, :In' I didu't in Albany ono if the legume: da e t ors Ball
and fall of the music. move so dey juniiiod uie." I' he v.nulil rather Lave Uutfy's Pure Malt
i "Pi m: SOLD *HD REGOfiKEH3ED, BY :, A iuuiU''iit's a mtpause then Clarice lie had been arrested for loltering.- asthma Whl-Uojr and to thsnases cure corn ot m the,Jlio!throat), catarrh: ant! ':

\V. A. D'ALEMl'.KRTE, No. 121 S. Palafoxht.LUDG : smiled merrily. for there floated out New York Tribune. lunes than all the quack medicines la the I.
------ ..11 from the p-irbr: the strains of a jiopnlr world and the doctors pros"nt agreed with I
him unaainiously.! Dufly's Pure Malt r
-- - -- --
-- "
wig. "Ain't It Shame- ? The The Carat.
Whiskey! is cooj fcr old and young. It has '
PHYSICAL PERFECTION A (utitlon tii !lwt'l'thl'"rt... guitar answered. "I'ze Wait- We talk of diamond being
I promptly a so carried the blesnog of health to hun
t DIRECTORY Is imposiule If the liver is out of or In 1N: ) tiN rrlKitJ-s MeticU'.Gtn CTI'.uriiley .M!. Honey--\V.iit '
der. A perfect liver is possible if Issued an edict against Sun Bad; fr m th> plaao fu'/'/ "I Thought nally the seed of the Abyssinian carat noble diapers hoe ImItate it, ami unre
been Kaomn
to try to
diy l 'l1rtiJ1 g. They t'I.ardl\1 it as so Me." Aid I
I llr rd Somel ody Palling flower. These seeds are very equal
sell their
you keep using the right kind of a Cutoners somchn;\ substitute t
lGHGHS OF PYTHIAS. serious an offense! asaiust! tl11' dignity; she Mailed 1l:3Ia' us a moment later size and so were at one time used in because there was more jroflt in the '
liver tonic. HEPATICURA is thei of the Sabbath that they actually! pass- the magic changed lit "Take Your weighingpold! and precious stones. substitute. So we caution our patients to "
1'-1"", Iia L II,:;: Xo. 8, K, of P., I i I right kind of a liver tonic. It will .'d In sok'iiiii and soln-r carni'>'t tli> following Olothi'S! aril ('\" for she r.'IIIZI- 1 that Today the carat as applied to gold be car'fulll1d ate that "Duffy's Pure MaltVMbkey" :
\ is on the label, and that It Is II
m --t.; I'"ry Monday even liven up your liver to your entire sat stern and nut(x'nitic minute: tills musical hint vas: not for her means simply the twenty-fourth part our own rat>'ct bottle with the name

\o..' '..ti "j..NM, mount Castle W atooua all, isfaction. It will provide excellent That we II,) not allow: young men and ('nrl'uitl'll a iiiouient for her com of the weight of any piece! of gold or blown in the lot'Ie. This is the only t

r. k 't\: third Coor. digestion excellent circulation and yorjig women of our .od..t3'i to court |: mer.t. wh'ojj! came iluklins in the n.- jilloy of sold. way Duffy's I'urIalt \Vhisk-y is sold.
"" .s. brethren cordially wltli ('nelllltIlt'r on Sunday: w.ither do Good Knoofjh o* It I... If offered in lul'. cr in flasks it is a fraud.
I., 'r Cvlll"S perfect health. Tip ""! at ail ':rug;!'lsts or propers ,
we allow our !:'Inll! men add womento "Doctor, if a pale mIlD named ,
'" J. A L\LE. young '
dir '
Mr. J. C., who does not wIsh his or t a Luttl It the ctlywhitKey
c H HO.lQI.r.a C. C walk In the strut together/: arm In A BAD COMPLEXION Jinks calls ou you for a prescription rcoom.zcl; ly the Oovfiniacnt asa i
K K. H..Mli" name published says: I cannot re arm. at any time; neither do we allow Pimples blackheads and muddy don't let him have It." medicine. This U a gU:1ruit..e: ,:

frain from extending to you voluntarily tlicm to t-tiurl at street corners chatting complexion which are so common "WilY notr A valuable media bnoklet containing "
iiraptoras and treatment nf each disease ,
u. ,. : Ni). 13 my sincerest recommendationof to<; tl1cr." among boys and girls ata certain "He wants something to Improve his! and many testimonials will be sent free 1 It'

n ..\ -nlas nt "ftftt: I the medicine you prepare and sell I age: indicate a torpid liver. A courseof appetite, clad IM btiardi nt my Itouse. to any reader> of thin paper who will write "
1'1\10\10' IUIII fil\rd"l1 I Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Hochester,
A Night Alarm. will cleanse the
"it-cordially Invuei.AiiiEKT under the name of HEPATICURA,
I system, regulate the bowels and liver i ._
It Would Seem
for reason of its superior qualitiesas Worse than an alarm of fire at I and '
'. C. C. a toner of the general system. night is the brassy cough of croup, II I produce Sold by a all clear druggists., healthy complexion. Fair Kl<>co-Why do you f>lj<>ct ti j Kennedy: Attain After ""aUT." ,
which sounds like the children's duets so strenuously. Uncle Tom? Eddie Kennedy, the 1'ittsburg "bnll- r
Since using HEPATICURA, although
knell, and it means death unless Uncle Tom-IJeoinsc when two peer dog" wants to light "Matty" Matthews -<_

h I" 1:': ', N.. al: Ii, fir I' I have always been agrcat sufferer something Is done quickly. Foley's I Jfrz ndfiin's, the Bestor $c. pie attack one inoffensive piece of | again and says that several clubs In ;:

: ,-K, V". 7l.6ni bti oft I from constipation and colds I have Honey and Tar never fails to give musk simultaiHWi&ly it's taking an unfair i 1'ittsburg are willing to hold the mill i.,

\ Ihurotltv, labile Hallon evenilieir I been entirely relieved from both of instant relief and quickly cures the In EsraniLia County Circuit 'ourt, 1lI1lntaChl'f1lo. .. News. if Matthewt will agree
worst forms of Mrs.P. L. Cor-
,1 itsou building,foutb- I( these ailments, and venture to say croup. State of Florida.-In Chancery. .
t'.t and tirtln hirefH. dier of Mannington, Ky., writes: ENICK'S
:f torrtl.illv wi'leomoil. i'In regard to the former it has no "My three year old girl had a severe Cmmcr Collingtonvs. C A. 8 .!' O IT I A .
I:. ALLM: "V, equal. I have used only two bottles I of the doctor said she Bears the Ita Klyd Yii Hnr A xas 8r Ld "
C.: C.: !'case croup; Henry Collington.On 1 Nt V'1Vf j jI
could not live. I got a bottle of Fo "
of HEPATICURA so far, yet I findlay Monday the Cth day of April A. 3r f111-.f--
normal weight of 140 pounds has ley's Honey and Tar; the first dose" D. 1303, the defendant Henry Collin ,! dr I

i, 0. o. r.IKK'JIC been increased nearly 10 pounds.I :. gave; quick relief and saved her life. ton is required to appear to the bill! .- n I
substitutes. W. A. D'Alcm-
shall take pleasure in recommending Refuse
filed against!; him ctivin. II
i'en.. HEPATICURA to any ono desir Lcrte, 121 S. Palafox street This order to be published once I 1
l 1It l Xo 4
ous of finding the very best constitution (>ae1l'e.k for four consecutive weeksin
II- tt IHV Intendeiicla evening at 7:11 ttreet.nt builder to be had. Sold by all Hot French Waffles with the Daily News a newspaper published ;

t 'I dirtily In vltid.JIHIA druggists. __ Florida Cane Syrup at in said Escambia County. HARDBRICK :i
< >*>UN. N. U. (Seal.) A M. McMILLAX. i
!'. i rrtary.K. I Solomon's.In I IALVAYS
I JfpJgin's, fie $esl jeer 5c. Clerk Circuit Court, I 4K.
OF L. ; ;bi:1: County Circuit Court I. I'or.sacola, Fla.. March Oth, 1S03. i I

J. N. ANDREWS, Della State Hookervs.of Forida. In Chancery. March 'J, oaw-4w. "Cd

1. u.l..enthlyNo.1303. : -

':IV, In each month. ..< Headq Carters for Jt IJ
Samuel C. Hooker.:
J. l }NG
W. 1'. H.TU A RP.
'''Fl., !,. M. \V. SEWING MACHINES, On Monday the 4th day of May, A. DAILY MENUS ::1
>- 'Trtary D. 1903 the defendant Samuel C. I

Hooker is required to appear to the Comprise all the Up-to- ,.

The Beer I REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT bill This filed order against to him be published herein. once : Contractors aadDllilderst ON is1HALF. I: Date: Dishes the Markets i I:

of th World
it South ralafox street consecutive I : @
each week for eight !

That rfIade -- -- -- weeks in the Daily News, newspaper I N I PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND iTO Afford.
Jmm published in said Escambia Count)'. : . i )

t Clerk (d Circuit Court I SHORT NOTICE. j* .* j*
R F AM U By B. II. BURTON, D. C. Ladies' Private

Pensacola, Fla., March. 14, 19U3.M14. FirstClassVork Guaranteed and

oaw S\\'. References Furnished. ONE MILLION Dining Parlor. tl i


V'- I. rrw -. CHOICESTOF Regular Dinner Daily.Short i'I

'E dr At ME BREWING CO. Northern District of Florida.By Get Our Prices Before i

nur: lo-r :xT BOTTLE BEEn c, virtue of an Order of Sale issued I

I N TOWN 4 out of the United States District Court Purchasing.Capacity Orders Promptly I

DNrHE1SSER for the Northern District of Florida, f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONER f 1 Filled Night or Dal !
BROS on the ninth day of March, 1903, notice --
a1 1, "N-S ia hereby given that I will sell

T F'IR THE CELEBRATED by,public auction for cash on Tues -AT- If It'. Something Good to Eat

V l Harper+ lisley.M > day, the twenty-fourth day of March, 50,000 Daily yon Fish,you'll find It at I,
M. at Apalachicola -
1S'3, at 12 o'clock C. APOSTLE'S ,
C. R. TAYLOR Fla.. the American steam screw"Alpha" Nick Apostle's '
her engines, boilers, machinery -
\ l
fTk U East Gmrratit St.

'' -4J1 S' Pah: fox street,, boats tackle apparel appurtenances Restaurant
Artistic Shoemaker
.- .*. P.XI and furniture as she now
< '..,' 1tieftIillan! Erick Go
P e-Orp. Union Depot, lies at the wharf. Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand ; ,
'11 &! 1. T F McGOCRI, '
Pensacola Fla.
Marshal One car-load .f Pineapples at 11.71
P .OllC 116.2es. Phone No.23. 9 South Palafox St. United States to $2.00 per dozen. Pine Barren, Fla. mmm
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salable.. It is a direct benefit to ble a portion of its patrimony as Oldest and Largest Agency jn

-p both the town and the country. such a harbor, such a city and such

; There are few places 'where good a people, but the request is put 'on You certainly do not West Florida.ESTAILISHii ,

roads can be built so cheaply as in none of these grounds. Or as a know how generally dis- : > I8w;.

Entered at the Post Office at Pen Florida, and yet so many miles of; mere business proposition, there K.

jacola, Fla., second class matter. bad roads can scarcely be found might be occasion for thought while agreeable you make your- ,

anywhere. The present commissioners West Florida was asking herself
self would bowies Bros.INSURANCE
OFFICEPitts Building. 211 of Escambia county have where she stood, though Alabama's or you stop

South Palafox street, up-stairs. been giving much attention to this I cotton crop between this and the coughing. No one can /Jf .

subject the past year or more, and i millennium would hardly pay interest r r'
we hope for still better results in 1 on the purchase price of sucha or rest

Terms: Invariably in Advance. the future. i proposition, but the CommercialClub same house with 0
00 you.
One Year by mall.$5
leaves us entirely in the darkas
I Six Months .. ... .. .. .. .. 2 50( Can't it Then IRoo. AND
: OFF THE FAT OF THE LAND. to the spirit behind the move stop ?
carrier Monday
i One week by payable ,

.. .. .. .. .. .. . 10( The Times man saw a negro ment. Being in the dark and keep tell about
we must
leading a gray mule Wednesday on ing in the dark, shall we conclude it REAL ESTATE
Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap
:r' plication.TELEPHONE one of the city streets, who ii is the highwayman's "stand and ,

slavery times belonged to a distinguished deliver?"-Times.rnlon.
NO 118. Ayer'sCherry Jon South Pala fox: ['Irl.-t.
r 1 family of Barbour coun- From the above it would seem

ty. Immediately the question arosein that Pensacola has no rights that '

I our mind, why the Wisconsin either the Birmingham club, speak Pectoral Phone 22. f PE S'\C''I! v j.G \ k>
( .BEL)
legislature wanted a convention to ing for Alabama, or the Times- -

settle the negro problem. That Union, speaking for Florida, are

I mSAOOLA MAEOH ]7, 1903 problem was already settled in thanegro's bound to respect. Why should not No medicine*like it for stopping coughs healing i\EKAL AGKXTs
case. He had plenty of: Pensacola's interests and wishesbe ,

i Pico's Cure for Consumption al work to do, gets'pay for it and was consulted in a proposition of this sore lungs, quieting inflammation in the The Equitable

as hearty and fat as ue fellow! who kind? Are we to have no' voice in
trays gives relief in cases of Coughs bronchial tubes and serious
and Colds. 23c.:: introduced the problem resolution whet concerns us principally? preventing lung

1 in the Wisconsin legislature, anda What has become of the theory troubles. Ask your doctor if he could give Assurance SocietyOf

is and great deal more independent, as lie .
t s Tampa growin by leaps about the consent of the governed .
bounds. There seenis to be no limit has no electioneering to do to enable ?" The T.-l speaks of "the purchase better advice. Lowell. &: the United State.11HMIY .

to Its phenomenal onward and l up him to:: live off the fat of the price of such a property" as Last ralIl I contracted a severe cold on my lungs which continued spiteof I Ii. IlYDi:, Foumlir

,. ;, ward march.Tampa Tribune. land.-E'lfaula Times. flippanty ,as thouch: there was' some all I could do. I then tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and was quickly "

l That's better; but still to grow Now, that's a good story whichever foundation in fact for the idea that relieved. I am now perfectly well. "Strongest in the World

' = we take it. except if we Miss Emma Miller, Fort Snelling, Minn. I
j s and to march express two separate way there is an actual ownership vested -

1 and different ideas. are to understand that the mule is I in the other and larger part of the f
1t a relic! of slavery times, his age I state to West Florida which mightbe ,

:More money will be spent this would account for his being grey, disposed of like any other valuable and that the people are watching SHE REFUSED TO The NEWS is on sale by Ih .'

$ year by the railroads of this country you know. of profit, or Keefe at who
piece property at a every movement and keeping i Warrington is a..1: : :

I than has ever before been expendedin as Spain sold the whole territory to thoroughly up with what their representatives GIVE I INFORMATION.Police I ed to receive and receipt for ,-" "

a single year. It is estimatedthat THE RIGHT STAND. in 1821. As I I
the United States we are doing. Officer 'arlin tried to extract scriptions. Residents of the ,;,

I the railroads of the United A short time ago James Wood. look at it, the question is not what When any measure is introduced some needed information from a negro I tion may now be supplied with) ,. '.. _;
States will: spend over $; jiiOouOUO the Times-
what 'I the several
Alabama wants nor hours aftc-
Ifj into either house, it is but a few woman named Malissa Hawthorne paper :

on improvements an developments at Tampa, received a threatening Union wants, but what we or P nsa- hours till it is being discussed by list night, hut she refined to tell anything ; issue leaves the press.

over and above the usual operating letter trom some source commanding and West Florida want, and wehaven't
I f cola the papers, all its good and bad features except to say that the blue coat i
expenses. him to leave the city within that MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES
told anybody we
fjI I brought out, and within a dayor was drun'c. When warned that she was
twenty-four hours or he would be thought of leaving Irome yetjawhile. I FROM $1,50 TO $12.50. SXT\!
constituents of in
The shutting down indefinitely of I two the every danger of being arres/ed for opposing
t killed. The matter came to the l! DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAM
' I j congressman are fully posted as to. an officer she surprised the officer
1 a mammoth sugar plant out West i of the NATED FELT
. knowledge the president I,loy i MATTRESSES. TR'
j will be a bitter experience for several i I what congress proposes to do, or is saying he was drunk and she would
union in Chicago and he bas taken OF THE NEWSPAPERS. ONE. MARSTON &. QUINA.
' hundred employes.-Savannah AFRAID asked to do, and if it is a kind of tell nothing. The officer endured her
action to protect (r.00,1, as is
.i News. (Savannah News.) legislation which 'the people refuseto long enough and nested her for opposing I
shown in the following! AssociatedPress '
Sugar plants are not run for the Congressman Littlefield of Maine approve or endorse, they will not an officer. She was fined $10 OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine
has profoundly respectful opinion he long letting their servants in this ir.onirg.Isaiih .
purpose of giving anybody employment "Chicago :March l.",.President a I oysters today. Try them
but to supply us with sugar. of the power and influence of Washington know their minds. Luckey tried to killnnie NIC APOSTLE.
tr Perkins of the Cigarmakers" Intc'rnational -I'
(I So long as we can get plenty of I Union has sent an appeal ta the newspapers of the country, and This publicity, and the certainty of ,Johnson with a knife last night and I

I sugar, where is there any kick : President Roosevelt, Attorney Gen- I recently remarked that "if it were it, no uoubt saves the country had to pay for it toi'ay. A fine of |U' CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR

coming? not for the newspapers, the jabs much ucious legislation. Even was collected from him. THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED
eral Knox, Governor Jennings of I
which would go through congress members who would not be afraidto i : ROOM, AT MARSTON &. QUINA'S.
Florida and the chief of police of .
The United States mints were exceedingly I are terrible to contemplate. If trust themselves alone might not CAPTAIN KRYGERIS I I
Tampa. Fla., asking the protection:: :
busy in ia<1I_. It was no of the national government and the I If there were no newspapers at all, I be altogether above making slips, GETTING BETTER. ; 'WHY NOT THE BEST 7 '-

inconsiderable achievement to send I don't believe I would be willing to if there were na newspapers to let i I -
state and the local authorities in
out about three and a half millions I trust myself alone in the house of the light in on their acts. Friends of Captain Jacob Krygerwere I

of gold coins valued at more than i, organizer Florida in of behalf the cigarmakers of James ,Wood and : representatives for fifteen ninl1tes.1 highly pleased to see that widely! : THE>> MERCHANTS>>

J47,000,0', and to produce 73,491357 ,- Evidently the Maine statesmandoesn't known gentleman moving and driving ;
several memlwrs of the Tampa i Bample bottles of Dr. Kilmer'srtwatnpIliot
; pieces of glittering silver, worth ; have a much better opinionof about this morning alter having sot i
union who have received lettersof I :; the 'rpat kidn. liVf'I GO.
for circulation in this country near and of the fered several weeks with fever. Cap TRANSFER
warning to leave Tampa or be his colleagues seems : and: bladder remedy, lire bei.isr ilitnbuted -- II
ly $3\),Ollll.IIIII); but the distribution killed." opinion that none of them could betrustfd. hcrf from H use, free Hate taili Krygcr came down stair; thi. .

of Sj, jtj2 bright fresh pennies I : even alone, if it were not received rni-? morning and sit in the hotel office a Having been awarded the c .
They do things different up in yen for carrying the U. S. Mail "
woman I Pennsjl\ania where they call on I for the newspapers which are al short while, afterward enjoying; al| the L. & N,.Depot and l'o-i 111'!
ride over the city with his wife. lie la .
I ways ready to find out and publish and al-o the exclusive bang J ,
l'orpr Year
and all the rest for
the Pacific, from Canada to the the governor what is going on. Rome politicianssneer s'lmrwhat hoarse and very weak yet. 'I loge on all trains entering !
protection aginst the union men. II' :ilK';. w INFLOW'S HixirwiMi VRUJ batbern we are prepared to tran=f>.r h.. '.
l.n! is otherwise gaining strength and
gulf, was a popular triumph. I the but
at the power of press used fur over slit, years by uiultonao-: : and pa+-engois to and from i,

TWO SIDES-THE I they fear it all the same, and we mothers f
L. Tampa Tribune: Gilchrist, of suspect that Mr. Littlefield is pretty with pert-ci HUCCXH9. II Boothia th. child night.
DeSoto, is still talking about the I sofrene the gamsnllnys Mil p uncures "inr See Hudsins new style of label.
Club Birmingham
The Commercial -
when he intimates that many
'll' Gut Gibbons, of Duval, : right !!Code and Is the best remedy for DiHrrbopa I Prompt & Rtliable Servi Gn2r L: .
speakership. Ins been trying to "resolute" I a shameless job would go through: It will ru'evB tu. poor little sufferer Im A tt he has tne ail fixed.Robert I II We alit conduct Freight II '
f says game itself into fame, and it has found} I congress, if the members were not DiHtlKtAlv.. Hold by lIrutlhl@! !n every par Itching Blind Hlpedlnz oriTrotrmlirg
:. ; :McXamep, of llillsboroiiKh, I I II of the world. T4entr-non rents t> boob Piles. Your druggist will refund ( ery 15uine.hnul piano., 1 -
a way t-> saits native state from I well aware that the r.tire countryis machinery furniture at Cable I'
.J was happy on the road to glory until i I H. sure you Rsk fur"M rs\V'tnelow's Sooth money If 1'AZO O1SrMENIlfail')loure
the grievous want that threatensits fully advised of what i is filing 011.1 Prices.
I ne i hyrup. '0'\ ink no other kind. you 50 cents
/p. lie killed "('or\\{ Robin and now prosperity and safety. In just i Telephone your orders tl. )IPou' I-

!I his aspirations have, like his I Livery ntabl-*. Phone
t chances, been nipped in the bu.l.11 I plain English that a man without I :Mr.. II. H: Hallmark', KP-I i
IIJn? study may comprehend, the II Phono 31.MERCHANTS.
' well enough, however. :McXaraec I
'I'\t. I club declares that the North Atlantic .
I is too good a legislator! to be muzzled I II TRANSFER.CO,
l' I squadron is now lying at Palafox
with a sueakership. The I
1 wharf in I'ensacula bay, and the I Mu ;. H. II. HALLMARK, Pr,
r people need him on the flour, and
! anchors of the ships are wreathedwith HARRY HALLMARK Transfer 'A
: :
there is where he win make his influence !
l' felt. {lowers, that when Mobile I, L. '" S,It."1'.omll'.A A l>iv.

wanted to see a warship and Alabama ] .
f t: I
wanted to give its namesakea
A subscription was recently circulated 1 PENSACOLA
! silver service the ceremonies: must 1i i (
' : for subscriptions to send I
take! place on land, tnat the squadron !
I r colored I
Corinne :Mills, aery worthy I ; ,
could not get closer! to Galveston MMOVS Pressing Club
girl: to college. A sufficient I II II
than five miles nor within sight olNew I
, t.. Amount was raised and she left for
Orleans. ,
the college at Tallahassee last I FOR GENTLEMEN.
! l't Whereas and wherefore, the club
I I week.-Brooksville Star. is in favor of annexing Pensacola Beer is barley-malt and hops --- a food I
This did not happen in New England
/ to Alabama and s>o securing something I and tonic. touch of alcohol in it.
/ nor Wisconsin, but very far. i worth haung..Now a Just a I One Dollar Per MonthIn

down :South, in Florida. This incident
,f' I : it is not strange; tint the Advance to ,
is not mentioned as being remarkable Commercial Club wants Alabama to : Not a beverage known to man is more Membership

, but merely to show the I Clothes Cleaned and Pressed

i J northern agitators somfthin of thespirit pare something worth having, but I I- t healthful if the beer is right. often a* desired Your Cloth '
there happens to be two sides tithe pnt for and delivered. Call
that ovlsts in this section of
. I question.' Will the club inform I J 'J>j rtouth Palafox and Join
the country, and of which they are Club.
'Tis the national from child-
I us why Florida, should be so good to beverage, ,
. o ignorant.
I her sister as this.there Put as a question he- hood up, with the sturdiest peoples} of the La6iesl' Plain nirts a EJM ."w
of might
The good roads people over on the I charity
' something in the request. :Submitted : Yours for Neatnt '
East Coast are up and tiding. They I earth.

: ,j propose to construct, a broad highway ; .' as a family matter the very G. W. IRWIN.Hot

from Jacksoinir.e to Miami.: rich might not <.1f."nen'n 80alu .
I To the weak, it's essential; to the strong
Energetic good readers; have organized !
if leagues in each county along II I \ I it is good.BUT Chocolate with
the route and delegates from these March f. ,I Whipped Cream at Solo-

local 1\3.1"13" met In a pxxl roads I I I mon's.

congress; at St. Augustine yesterday the beer be i, -
I must pure.Impurity
to devise ways and means: to JiprilMay
build the desired road. It is a i means germs, and germs multiplrapidh' in ant'I
I There is a best time for I I
great undertaking that will requirea iloinj
I saccharine product like beer. I II
vast amount of money, and we I everything-that is, a time when a Between Pensacola and Milton BI.a'

need not be surprised if the state I thing can IK done to the best advantage I
And the beer must be old.
Itonw Daily : Sunday
most easl1amI most ef- I
should be called on to assist with ,

I come of that war claim fund. : fectively.ow i s'tIle best time I Age means perfect fermentation. Without it, beer ferments "CITY OF TAMPA"

I for purifying' your blood. Why'L'eeni'i
I on the stomach causing biliousness.Schlitz I Milton 4iO J am Lv P"D,ac' 1a! 'f'rP
> is ,
There has neH'r.bdore. your systety now trying nl&cola.lIjIam Ar Milton ''

such a universal and persistent demand I' to purify it-you know this by the Fare,Mx; Hound trlp.Jl "'

for good roads. Everywhere I pimples and other eruptions that beer is brewed in absolute Not a germ can exist in it. -

; In this country the good roads agitators i. I have come on your face and body. cleanl ness. These costly 1 precautions have

are simply keeping everlastIngly Hood's Sarsaparillaand I It is cooled in a plate glass room, made Schlitz the standard for purity JEWELER IN HIS

at it, and it is having; its ef in filtered air wherever beer is known

fect. The roads are being improved Pills STAND
The it is filtered; then aged for You can get it just as well as common NEW
I: In every county in this and other I Are the medicines to take-they do i months in refrigerating rooms. After beer if you ask for it.
states. Hut some are doing: more
the work thoroughly: and agreeably it is bottled and sealed every bottle -
J than others. It is said" that in Orange I,
; and never fail to d) it.Hood's i is sterilized. Ask for the Brrjucry .&t ling. I have moved my jewelr ,
county they have transformed 1 I the me..1i'ineou
are i! 120 South Palafox, form
"' hundreds of miles of sandy roads I have always heard recommended. ti pied by Bass &; Co., aid e "
i into fine clay turnpikes. It has I .
I ';.I "annot llooi's Far'aanlla II better than ev.-r '
1 boon found that no other public Improvement too liishly as a 'wire ni.'.|'nn<% When lI'e I Ii prepared
I take it In the '!'-il1::wtI I! Oc! l-tf>rt'irous'athe < II great bargains In diamond: 'If .
.' pays sa well. It mak>'s suninn er." >!KS. S. H. \UL. JloCrays. Pa
Call and ee I
jewelry, etc.
all the land along the line of a good I Heed's Sarsaparllla! romisas to i

.hard road more valuable and I curo and keeps the promise. I L, BEAR & CO., Wholesale Agents for Pensacola. let me convince dTEPHENS'



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8. J. FOSHEE.Vice-Preiident' ; An't .".

Near and Better Life,' Poor TIONALNiF i( If'I



paine's Celery DETACHMENT LANDED IN Purest of Emollients and Designated Depository of the United States. !

THE CITY THIS Condensed: Statement a; tbe close of business Feb. 9, 1593.
Greatest of Skin Cures RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.

Compound MARCHED UP STREET. Loausand Di=counts...... ...... .. .... .. ... $336,072.95 Capital Stock .... .. .... .. .... ... .. .... ....
Demand Loans...... ...... ... ... .. .... .... 1228C654 Surplus: ... ... .... ... ... ...?.... .. .... .. .... 20,000.00
..That Health .That The Most Wonderful Curative Orerdrafts..... .... ...... .. .... .. .. .... .... 1,16002 Undivided Profits...... ...... .... ..... .... 690.76
\\1('l ewe .You The first detachment Q. 8. Bonds and Premiums.... ..... .. .... 213t+6.87 Circulation.. ..... .. .... ... ... .... .... .... 12 .OOOOO
to True Earthly'1 Happiness. of marinesand of All Time Stockssecurities! etc.... ..... ..... .. .... 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid.. .... .. .... ....... .... .. 1SO.OO
Leads bluejackets from the battleship Furniture and Fixtures.... .. .... .... ...... 6.71848 Deposits ...... ...... .. .... .. .... .. .... ...... 565,649.34
'', ,." ,d ip '!l'nthe assertion that squadron was landed this morning at Cash and Exchange. .... ...... ............ 228,17024
:: ;1', ,-ry Compound makes sick
p' happy,, Physisians 10 o'clock from the flagship. There .
,;; I' J! and For Torturing Disfiguring '
y,':", ": thousands saved from the were over 200 in the squad and land Total...... .. .. .... ...... ... ...... ...... $911,420.10 Total.... .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .... ...... .... 911420.10 ,
*". ,,1! '.--,'ase and plucked from drills on the streets of the city were Humours.
This bank opened for business October 23 1900. We solicit and will
f"" ,, ,. :,ave given proof that the respectfully your patronage we gin
indulged in. Small and business courteous and careful attention.
arms a plen- four prompt,
i/-v .: ,.me medicine is a life
"a* r T iv Paine's Celery Com I Cuticura Ointment is beyond questionthe 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
'. d., one true and guaran- most successful curative for tortur-
|" .' ".r i rec"Ki i7e " likely be held later. ing,disfiguring humours of the skin and

. v all diseases arising from The excellent band led the loss of hair ,
" flagship scalp Including ever compounded
'.,' '. ncnuus system. It Is t' .
* for insomnia, waste large detachment and discoursed mar in proof of which a single .
,0' with it, preceded by a hot
* anointing i
', dyspepsia, neuralgia, tial the number moved
: music as large with Cuticura
' bath and followedin 1
' Soap,
"," .,, ,,, !liver and kidney troubi along! with military precision.The the severer cases by a dose of Cuti- \ l 1I I

['. r i" such complaints Paine's big black goat the ship's noted cura Kesolvent Pills, is often sufficientto 1I
', land has done marveltriumphed -
i ': .i afford immediate relief in the most
1 ,cid when all mascot marched proudly at the side I
.' ;- distressing forms of itching, burningand '
' lallt'l!. Mr. J. G. lam lof the big! sergeant of marines and scaly humours, permits rest and

to, : View, III., gratefully : refused to look to either side. His sleep, awl points to a speedy cure when t ( rnlIDID@ll 9
hi-s restoration to ninda all other remedies fail. It is especiallyso o 1
'I' adopted importance many
, .. ,,\\ ,:- I in the treatment of infants and children It
: se\entyfi\e years old, people laugh heartily. cleansing, soothing and healingthe I

a I i lIlT being carried, to the I Signal boys, the hospital corps and mo-t distressing of infantile hue -

::1:1,1: gone to farming their flag and other needed adjunctsto inoura, and preserving, purifying and \

,,.. -. Celery Compound is beautifying the skin, scalp and hair..
land carried, and things
' I a fight were :
.: ,Tr(>n,th. It has raised Cuticura Ointment possesses, at the I
,T. oW condition of life to Joked warlike indeed as the scores of Fame time, the charm of satisfying the __- 1-
, 1 I", ':lIt h. When I first I bright bayonets glistened in the simple want of the toilet, in caring for

, ,\ ph the Compound Ilo'lIltlreJ morning sun. the skin,scalp hair and hand from infancy '
pounds. I am to age, far more effectually, '
\\i-ll and my nci h- The march was made north on Pal agreeably nUll economically than the Schooners. CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, DO YOU KNOWNo.30SouthPalafoxstreetforyout

-rauilate me upon my afox to Gregory, thence east. The sea- most expensive of toilet emollient "Mabel Darling, Br sch Sweating; :

looks" men delighted that such an opportunity Its "Instant relief for skin-tortured Dunmore Town to master BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. have
babies,'"or Sanative,antiseptic cleans- f
- -- ---- was given to engage in drill and ins" or One-night treatment of the Governor Blake Br sch, -, Grand electrical work. He is prepared to a large stock of dressed studding .

NOTICE. all wore happy smiles. They returnedto bauds of to Jno. A. Merritt & Co ; "
or $iugle treatment the Cayman do you a first-cla=s job at moderate and joist Get their prices before
the wharf within an hour. hair,"or" Use after athletics,"cycling,

:M'.mis: Fla, March 11, 1903.c ) 'I golf, tenui, riding, !sparring: or any prices. Phi n9'203. I buying. die'lrnI 3,

Others Coming Ashore. I II I sport, each In connection! with the u-e The Mother's Friend .I.t'I
\\righton. - ---
of Cuticura Soap, is sufficient evidenceof when nature's supply fails, is Bor-
detachments -
"You probably see

I'\ |h',i. .I it-, Hay of honor Lod'ge, No. 2JU3; similar to that ashore every morning I Millions tlii?. now rely on Cuticura Soap, den's Eagle Brand Condensed Milk '

is here," said officer it is a cow's milk adapted to infants, t.i t.
Pznsacola!: Florida. while the fleet an assisted by Cuticura Ointment, for preserving I rE HARBINGERS
" to The News this morning.; "I un purifying and beautifying the according to the highest scientific ;

dtrstand it is the purpose of the Com Mu, for cleaning\ the scalp of crusts methods. An infant feed on Eagle ;
receipt today
I HI acknowledge scales and dandruff, and the stoppingof
r: ,, fur t2 x IJII.1I1), in payment of mander-in,Chief to have all the ships falling hair, for softening,whitening Brand wit! show a steady gain in 1 t

,rtt policy on the life of my exercise the men in this manner and mid soothing red, rough and sore weight.TO / OFJPRk. (1
i" -i: I ; t
hands fur rashes andchafing i
for drill will baby itchings m
:a'. :. :>!and, John ('. McDavid; which small squads purposes as well as for all purposes of CUKE A COLD IN OXK DAY ,
. ,, order. be drawn up every fair day. On shipboard ID i
: -ncJ in your the toilet, bath and nursery. : m.1 f
it is a continual life of drill Take Laxative Rmrao Quinine Tablet i :
local lndgttie ]
I TbU denature JfflV. g on every -
": order of Knights of Honor tot for the men, but they all enjoy the I I box, 25c.I 19 HU +L/ : ; Cr P s? 5252525---- .52. J .. I f.

_ without land drills very much and the navy Maritime. \
"imptly settling any I
" : ur expense me. department is anxiuus to perfect the I NOW IS THE TIME TO FURNISH : COME INT-O THIS STORE NOW IF YOU WANT A -BREArn- !

Very truly yours, men on land as well as on sea." | YOUR DINING ROOM, AND MAR- ., ) & $ SPRIHGTiME .', & (1O 1 I IEASTER

;,:s Mncin a JICKAVID. Arrived. T! STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU :
Is coming, after that sunshine and balmy weather. Herejoucanse (
yv:1 Cleared. WANT IN SIDEBOARDS, CHINA ,, :
: what is proper to near forrttt styles onlv reign ,
i Br ss Induna, 2S71:! Carruthers, by CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS. i her, coupled with Irreproachable qualities, irre'i.tHhle prices-from "...dlum to (( )) !
STONES' FOR SALE! i, \V \Vitfch! & Co. for Grimsby with hinh-aiul you know wn..n we ask ten crnteor ten dollars, lor aa article, that 'f u
'" t. NEWS NOTES I I 1t's WOrlD that much. There's no element of chatcc whenyou buy here. (1) I
I ",lGII+ ,(,o+.) s ft timber, valued at $:J7. J --- -- ---- --------- ( )
i Hot French Waffles with ;
'' r'Thoinas 1 has 120 .
) 920. Cane atSolomon's. : CORSETS. w> ippclailv ask/digSILKS AND DRESS GOODS. ( )) Ii
\ ,'ii\K3 Lava Stone. :-' I [ Florida Syrup attention to I I II
play of the new tries In oar Big
crossings, etc I t +urui play of i-prtjii: dress goods ( )
bbo window,
of the !1 5Qc to 53.50 Pair and !,!lka df.,.tve curt-tul .
Thi regular monthly meeting I VESSELS IN PORT. 1- you PPC- ( ,
Samples can be'o's. -- -- -- -- -- I Ito,,, 'Ibfre's something new and j ji I
store, SmIth :'iMiiriS League will be held at t. 1"toniaht. We have tbe finestvk rl1l1'DI\uga\II"\ nearly every day. \ ) 1;, .
m1itfTAKE All members are ur;':t1 to at I Steamships.Aureola B. H. FAIRCHILD, HOSIERY' M< cf Hosiery in I Ilare noblijfst you nil! find weaving: only the and iiiwentadd culor- i )) I
\\ esnuwtrandwanyouCo
I ton ,
I if'ml, as business of importance v ill Br ss, Christopherson. ICuS, I, I'ZZOL >
NOTICE. com before the nicvtiug. 1 liobton: to Pensacola Lumber Co : 25c to SI pair. Voiles 5Cc yard up ) :
To we"i ,it "': f concern: I Dora, Ur ss, GonMing! 19S3: ::, New I I Etamines 60c yard_upI i < .

all Resolu- Recovered Speech and Hearing. York: to Gulf Transit Co "oroef Work and Refinishing Furniture a A D BELTS.
Or; snci:f after this date I WASH GOODS &WASTINCS. I RIBBONS i Jt
Excursions Durango, Span ss, Quintana, 2297: : Specialty. I lust rt'l'iucd.Dresdt .
Clrds c-Ti \-ik3 Dros.-I commenced
t o-s Messrs. Ely ) < : ) ';
New haven to Sutherland-Innes Co I Phou.o: 405. Something new hereery day 'u Hiljb'jns 25c yard UP ii
to whicn an admission Calm about two I
Enterfiinmerts ; using Cream
bens, latest noveltiea
Induna Br FS, Carruthers, SI. lOc yard up to 50c up
is charged, and similar notices, rear ago for citarrh.: My voice was

vti' I be churned for at regular sdver- somewhat thick and my hearing was Philadelphia to F. O. Howe & Co. I-: rB. : .'
Ital ss Italia 1S11 Caldron, Norfolk ?
t j I "c; dull. My hearing has been fully restored -
to Gulf transit Co.
and my speech has become quite ----- <
Xith, I'.r ss, Stirenhcn, 14SO: II
E. W. PEAKE clear. I am a teacher in our town.L. I -Ice Cream Parlors I __ __ '0" ;
G. BRO\VX, Kingston to Rix M. Robinson .111

Elutruil ,'- *riftor and builder, Granger, Ohio. Virgin ile Loudres Spin ss, Eche- i 1>5 S. l>"laruf1.t'et.' I SALE. :i
\arria, 1050, Vera Cruz to Pensacola ...SPECIAL .
w.M'! l :;:' '.r t. l"%real; work in Iirt- The balm does not irritate or cause 1 --- --- -- f

d.--! ,' '., I ,t re,isouablo rates. I sneezing. Sold by druggists at oOcts. Lumber Co !! NEWLY

11. ,' i I' fit :io: South Palafox or mailed by Ely Bros., 55 Ware I Vivina, Span ss, Ruiz, 1DS3, Santia- -ATBRAWNER'S- ,

1 { 'ren street, New York. I igo to Gulf Transit Co REFITTED AND FURNISHED.All i

I i: Heelsum, Dutch ss, Hagenaa, S74, Kinds of Creams. Ices, Glaces
Havana to H. Baars & Co t tTo
Fruits and Cakes.
$ $$ S North Sea, Br ss, Stephens loSS l I

Havana to Pensacola Lumber Co PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIESOR

5 .* LENTEN SPECIALTIES <* ] Rio Sano, Span ss, Guerrica, 29SO, I PARTIES. make room for my Immense Stock of Spring'Goods ,it :

: Galveston for bunker coal

5. -:\Ti' Irmanl Horn, Ger ss, Moller, 931, I I Maillaird's Candies a Specialty. which is now Arriving Daily.

''St George, to H. Baars & Co I _
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: .SOL CAHN & CO'S... I I ",
.. I I Ships. I 3000 yards of il hoft-Fini-hed :w doz Mf-n'x All Woi.l+ K..d Undershirts -
i' I Butterick Patterns Ital 14SS,
j I Carana, shipCosla Cape I match. ;
MKKTI : make room, at 4l2oyard.
ui- 4\ iII) MM MKIISla GIIIKTUUTLK 'Town to order I 47Li'lip Readr to.\Vesr .
St1F'GtiHFLLCitA1P, I April Stock just received I 3" >N 0 yards Fitchville 4 4 Bleached Rainy- I'i
/MMU.t. t. t'n111'ISII. i Kings Count, Br !ship 2101* Salter, desirable Domestic worth 9a, to make room, : Diy :Skirt, worth |l. (II I nili' I .Il. I-'I..n IIOK, :1 I showing every !DSs each. :
Rio Janeiro to order at 7c yard.
i' '11.t. lit Itl.I) \TF1tS, Kll'I'KKKII: HKUKING, 29 Ladie- Rf-ady-to-Wear Rainy-
for the
'IDiSFISH.. i I Am ship Kennebock, 1936:;, Lane, I garment Spring 2500; ) yard Lonsdalf and Fruit 44 1' Day Skirts guaranteed all wool; hr

: John .\. Mtrntt & Co season and al! the latest Bleached Domestic, worth lOc to
Boston to worth H. special Bale S..H each \
I \ ? Generally Kept in a First-Class Grocery. i Kuhne, Br ship, Jlillieap, 1C18, Calcutta I novelties. mike room at h1-iC yard. GI) !.ldif'-' Black and Colored) ;!jt

$ S i 1 10,0)10 yard I 1 Unbleached[ Do- Worsted Skirts worth $150{ special .l
$ to F. O. Howe & Co I
=tic worth 6c to make at .
me room, sale 9:!e each.
I Indus, Ital ship, Oneta, 1111, Marseilles I Norfolk Styles with the
4'4c yard. 37 Ladies Black Tailored and Figured i'-
I : to order Neck; 100 yards 10.1 Gold Brand Sheet- i rtkirta, worth $2 M to $G, special ti:

I Oll.Iere.Jr ship, Sars, 13CO Durban -I lug, worth IV, to make room, at 133: sale $I.ti! to $1.1 ty each. Ifl:
StcleEffects on Capes, Coats. Blouses yard. 11%J doz Men' All Wool Camel's :
to F. O. Howe & Co I li 4 Bleached Hair Undershirts! worth f 1,60. special I
II and Coffee Sacks; j 1CM) yards: pperal
Hana, 1224: Montevideo
aa.or ship, Shw-tib*. wnrth 2Hcto make room, $1 ; drawers to match, in White Ii
Red and Fawn colors.
to master Shirred Styles in Waists and SkIrts; at lltt4c yard.
I 25: doz. Hoy; and OirU Ribbed !
Barks. 7oO yards 10 t Pepperal Bleached and Fleeced Lined Undershirts .

1l Advokat Schiander, Nor bk Mad- All the Latest Styles for Girls and cfheptiiig, worth U5c: to make room, 25c; ; drawers: to mttch. tat ,
Little Folks at 202 yard. 24 doz. Boy'sand Girl's! Gray and L
1 sen< ,-, Algoa Bay to order Rem..mb..r carry a full line of Red All Wool Undershirts at &0c; 1// ,
1J A Yiemoreor -bk, Hansen 1043 Boys' Pants, from 3 to 16 age at drawers to match.

J. Rio Janeiro to ordertti'O The Delineator for April prices to uit everybodv.TUdoz We carry a full line of Ladies': 1
MPII' Heavy French Neck Men' Girls'
and Boy's and Hhoe
Bon .\ Ital bk, Salvatore &19. Messina I 1
Bons and Chocolates. Undershirts '
15 Cents.No Moreno U special 20c ; that we can save you 25c on. "
to order I drawers to match. n"mt'lDbtrW carry a foil line

rum: DELICIOUS: Carlo P, Ital bk, Boffe, 1C73, Montevideo 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts of Men's Clothing Bougnt at roc on ,

to orderChristiane beautiful or use worth 50c! special 35c;iI dollar. We will close
$ more drawers to ma tch. just 'i price off other merchants.I,
Rus bk, Johans Algoa ful magazine in the market. I f I

DruI'l'O".....jt Palafox St. Bay to Southern States Lumber Co .
and South
Apothecary. Gregoria, Ital bk, Olnari, SIT, Ten- Close .1
We will Out Any Winter Wool Dress i;
eriff to order

Gers, Br bk Ljungber Simons J. M. COE Goods at New York Wholesale Prices. 1

I Town to order ,, I II\
J. Xor bk, Andersen,

Madonna de' Pompeii, Ital bk, Remtm\ Ilp Pl3ce
203 South Palafox Street, ,
Sturle 791, Havana to Rosasco Bros F. E. BRAWN/

DENTIST. Thomas, Ital bk, Lauro, S09: Xaples PENSACOLA Fla.% ,
I -
to master io5 S. Palafox St. 3 3I

281 I J, H. Marsters, Er blc:, Frank, 391,. A. C. BINKLEY desires his friends ,o ,
I ,
: Palafox Street, Old Armory Building. Belize, to L. X. Railroad Co. and the public to know that he has I I'I I II

Lk( \A'N AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. Barkentines.H. Moved to Room 508, Thiesen baild- I Laxative Rromo flumine l P
C. Grable, Dan bktn, 18S, Cardiff bog, where he will continue as heretofore ** X1 /% f5J7 onevery

P1IXSACOLA.\. to H. Baars & Co I a general law practice. I Com Cold to One Day, Cnp in 2 Days >iSf &yrtnbox.. 25c'T


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To prevent boiled starch from !!Our.I -

I leg add a little sulphate of copper.Do .
from is
"1:0 escapes jail by no cans F.f the berffitof gutl-r ,
free. lIe is under the baa of the hw not iron black stockings, as tte ia-:
I I. I dire
STATES NAVY ity to .tatp t!I.. .
and punisLment written over againsthis heat fades them. Dry them In the 1 I I' severely with Mmcular ,*,.*, "*

name. Soon ( .hade. ] ''
ir'"T--J.. Rheuoiitin for five \\ u-, r
late he will hf Tlatirons may IK cIl'auplll'Y'' rubbing ] tint time I tried ,'ar <

caught again and. ,i tf. thcu with lo\nkrL''I1 Icth brick moistened well as the prfcripti.m'H. .
\Vashington. D. C., March U.I .- bear added .
pumshUj .
I phy ieialt?. which aJf
I f-i'J. with kerosene.A :
for his short T
I These navy orders were issued to- meat little, if any, relief. T
..i( Si4A. escapefromhiscelhThose :. square' of aslestus to rub the iron '
back hips and If'gw
day: who Ky the on. if kept on the h-oLlng board, vrill I'and almost ucbParibl t. I'l
Hear Admiral Silas Casey, home
use of palliative save the Ironing bheet. I hardly walk: and thou !n i rj

to wait orders. powders and tablets To wash lisle thread hose use tepid ;j !if-d. to :Ih tndfi all b.

-ri cij-; Captain C. K. Cole, from Cavite escape for a time water rubbing a little soap on the feet I fri..nd'If minti advj d t .s ,:;*
from the sufferings j ; i URIC? station to Yokohama Hospital. of dyspepsia are In .- -. ouly. Dry tjuickly find press with 8']
i and rrf-atly to my "ur >n-r
Passed Assistant Surgeon F. L. the same conditionas I w. rm iron. 1 tb cured rae eoui.d'

Benton to Cavite station. the escaped pris To remove tea stains from white cheerfully .- 11 i w r
I it i
Commander C. E. Calhoun from oner. Soon or late i woolen matE'rial'tr the stained part suffer! a* I did. ItnaU i v tt
they will go back to with then rub while still covejvdwith
gin. tonic. It increase* the
the Naval Academy to duty in connection the old condition aj
a piece of tin same material. 'I digestion and finally bui '.
with fitting out the Cleveland and pay an added i-
general tealth. You
and ta command that vessel penalty for temporary Had It. you think best. Very tru.ln.. I.
release. -t "Ye! it's n fine house, Mandy," IKmlttetl > .
when( commissioned. Dr. Pierce's ColJ. w. n DELE
the prim and angular Aunt
Commander C. J. Badger, from en Medical Discovery I 311 Auburn Ave. At .
to whom ail its majniifiecnceseemed : ,
the codi-ass office, Bureau\ of Equipment and cures other dyspepsia diseases a sinful waste of moneyP'anJ; I Nov. fith, 10!)>},?.

to the Naval Academy. of the stomach and I siTiKve there's really! LO room for Irugi4ts it nt $1!lI
-v; 'QrcxLt1 Lieutenant O. D. Duncan when I organs of digestion ini'>eruent" I Send to the 5'anip UKICSOL for book('he.Angeles of
discharged from the Naval Hospital and nutrition. Its "01:1.: yes auntie: I Lave that, too." ,1
: Ual., cr At! ,:it ,
cures are lasting. 1 her niece showing her Into
New Yorl, granted one month's said city I
a For about two yearsI 1 thee ologaut little apartment whore she Ii
Ed' J' I 47 sick leave. suffered from a obstinate W pf drpep- i For Fal b:>-
,cfT a iy 47Y f jf Lieutenant 1:. T. \Vitherspoon.from sta.." writes R. E.very Si-cord, Fvj of 13 IjsttraAve. : [ usually dresioJ for dinner.- hicagoi I"IDSEI .
q ; .. Toronto. Ontario. "I treed a great number i Tribune. 1
; the Philippine longitudinal ex1 of remedies without suc -. Dun'.!. hist __
faith in them all I xv.i!! so far K me thai I citiMu C'oml"U'bol1a Arc Oil Ions.Jr. .
I pedhion! to the lcrltown.I Jt brar anv s.>h i &"",! on my stomach for a lung C. tCWESTf Ifl;
I Lieutenant P.\. OlmsteJ, frou titus: letlllel1n huly ami.k-fiii. CuuU not Pl'rkiLS. .-Uiiy don't ye buy that I 1"' V I I ..
IS4 I sleep or 'ollow; my occupation Itmimith>. home horse of Seth's pep? Il,,'$ pot a fine : t.,4:1. H': '-- i ...
f I the Yorktovrn home. fuur months ago a fnenii n-connendcd a i O.j"' M" '" II' ,
'd!d.ti Medical iiuHovjry.' Aftvr a 'In"k'. 1'.JIM!'<'<>. :t--i.'-- \tI.. I .

I Suf.=:re.'n P. A. Hosier from Cavite treatment: I Had derived so much bem-lit: that I [ IVrkins.: Sr-I\ i-I'l-e:: TLe question I..,...,e1 \..:.:.. 10 U lllllllJ.o.fU.!.!l :. I.' i
C3Utnued the medicine. have
1 taken three ..
: .
a $ M 'tatk n to Y olobaHospital.. is i !he With N.ln ? \yby. .. -i! I I -. 1.j .: ,
> boy, .
i 44 1j. '. ; bottles and am cominced it has in my case ac- [ anj ; -i -A14 "r"r.., ", .,
Chief! Gunner P. Lynch retired. complisaed a pennanent carrt I can coiiscivntiniaSy -\I thi'iu sassiety folks wLat cones hereIn I l .flf* :". : .
rccoiuuvud it to the tboubauda of d'
djspvpt.cs .
ZQ Gunner G. D. Jolinstono from: the throughout the land. i' the summer Las 1>t.' !orl *.-Brooklyn : -S\ .i. l'.u.S .. ... "MI.' .. .r..t.itS ........ .
tJ: valeign: to tie Maine. Accept no substitute for'Golden lled- Life._____ I --, .. .1",..u., ....I-.

Young women avoid much sickness Gunner D. Geary from the ical Discovery." There is nothing;: "justas CJ .L' Ei or 0 :r..l1. .
may Actins --
good" for diseases of the stomach, I .-, Ira Lid YC1: hJ\8 ttara $ 'S &:rvt I

and Miss Alma Pratt if Siren to the llaleigh.: blood and lungs.Dr. :: : Hot Holla at 5 p
pain :: .ni.. lOa !!
says Movements of Navy Vessels. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets stimulate rIf.t 't&tf !
doz at Solomon's.WIGI
I .
will The Mains 13 at Culebra the May- the liver
they only have faith in the use of ,.
flower at Washington. the Prairie at '-

Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable! Compound Juan and the llartrord at Mo- I'I'San Good Road In Europe. f
In llurone many roads, especially in
I bilc. the niuui.taiu regions with their windIngs < E & CO.
DEAR Jin?. PJNKHAM:- I fuel it ray duty to tell all young women for ;
how muck Lydia K. Pinkhnm'.s wonderful VcjrriaMf Compound has The Oregon has left Vv'oosung buttresses, culverts, walls and

done for mo. I was completely run down, unable to attend school, and Hong Kong; the Detroit and the tunnel art' monuments of the highest

. f did not care for any kind of society, Uu now I feel like a new IH.TSOH, Fortune, Punta Arenas for Talca- engineering ekill. In European roadways Plumber Gas and Steam fitter

..g and have gamed seven pounds of flesh in three months. hunao, and the Dolphin Key West all ditches brooks and small water ,

!' I recommend it to all young who buffer from female weakcess. for Havana. courses are spanned by stone culverts i

-1 ."-3Ii ALMA PRATT, Hull-, .Midi.FKEn The Standish. is at Norfolk": the often of elaborate construction No. 5 South Palafox Street

r :MKDICAL ADVICE TO YOUNG GIRLS. Gloucester at Paramaraibo the while projecting spurs of rock tunnels.on the t Ail Kinds Oi Plambin? and Gait Fittings MaterIals Kept on lift!::
Jjf( t All girLs at this period ot life invited to mountain slopes lire pierced by
younsr are carncMIy Villmington at Shanghai and the I ..
TvrltcOIrs. IMiikhaiu for advice; she has guided in a motherly way Slanting: sides fire usually covered with VBLBPHONK 825 Pc'AOi.j%,. FlIA.

Lundrods of 301111 A\oiuen ; her ad\ice is freely and cheerfully San Francisco, the Puritan and the poS which is kept neatly trimmed. -- --- ---- --- -- .

I tM given, and her address i-j Ljun, ?Iass.Jtulgins1 Peoria at Newport News. This prevents washing by rains and I

from the letters she is receiving from so many young girls Mrs. Navy Notes. adds permanency to the structure.A .

ii- Pinkham is inclined to the belief that our pirls arc pushed altogether too near The Isla de Luzon instead of goIng FSAMUEL CHARLES,
the limit of their endurance nowadays in our! sdi.i.Is and seminarits.

Nothing is allowed to interfere"with simhes, tie! girl mast be to up the Mississippi to St. Louis Remarkab's Case. lv 4BOOTAND SHOE MAKER

the front au.l graduated with honor ; of tin i' 'jic.d collapse follows, anti ii to be present at the dedicatory exrcises ,

! ? takes years t-> recover the lo.t vitality. often It is, nvir recovered.A (' of the Louisiana Purchase One of tire inort remarkable: cases ofa L
cold, Yo-.iiu
; Cliimgo Girl Surd from Despair. Exposition will RO: out of comrnis-
I Jti'Jti'I .: :::. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in / hoes, $ .
"DEAR I causing pneumonia is that of Mrs. ; I.eathf'l'rt *
; 3Ir.s. PIXKIUM and'kncnt ..
, :-I wUi to tliank you for tlie help sion at Pensacola very soon. The '.-J.-u.:

!t I huvt! revived through the u>e of Lydia i:. Pinlvlianr.s Vegetable Arkansas mill go ta St. Louis ando Gertrude Fennc-r )Marion Ind., who 'i'lIONI: 614. GOT SOl'TH PALAKOX KTKIWT

tiYIt C'uniiMtuntl and Liter Pill-. Wlu-n I was about f-evi-ntien Cairo, 111. II' was entirely cured by the use of one

, years old! I Middi'nly seiiitl tnliKO my usual good Francisco.' which Minute Cough Cure. She says: "The
; health and > itaihy. Fatht-r said I studied too The cruiser I coughing and straining so weakened <
'I.. haril, itit the doctor thought dirft-ivnt and received extensive repairs in the | me that I run down in weight from J. E. DUBUISSOX i BROTHER,

\ .., l-iVM-nUd tonics, vhi.h I t >k l>y the navy yard at Norfolk, has gone to I 1143 to 92 pounds. I tried a numberof
remedies to avail until I used OIM-II TAIUIAGONA AMI I\Tt lm'CI.sTm.tT; ,
makng no
quart \\iihout relk-f. Kcadin? one day in Newport News preparatory to :
gt \, One Minute! Cough Cure. Four bottles -
: p ; the paiTof Mrs. PinkhamV great cures, a cruise to the Caribbean Seat I Dealers in
j & p..s. .4' j and tiii 1 in% the synij-tonis desciilt-d tflt It is expected she will ultimately of this wonderful remedy cured
j. 'dmineI di-t-idid I would give me entirely of the cough strengthened I *g Choice Staple and Family Groceries o
t -3 join the European squadron.A I my lungs and restored me to my ,
:; I:. I'inkl.aiii's (7oIlHIInII
) egcta11e aJ
!)\' normal weight: health and strength. :
\ I did not say a word tn the dot-tor; John Shepnard.SId- Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too many: to enui1! ute,
I Hargis Pharmacy
J.F, ;:; I lioujrlit it mjX'lf and took it according Tuuchliis Con t'nt. and are Warranted to be the Best the Market Affords and can ii

!1 .-'.. : to direct l ions nultrly, for two in(
L:, t _;.-,i and 1 found that I padually iir.irod, daughter.The .to my marriage with your I'' CARPENTRY AND Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Fart of the City.
Xei and th:it all l'aii< left in-, r.nd I was iiy i COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION
,, Old Man Is Income sufficient
,\..1iJ old elf once more. I.ILLIE E. LCL.tiitii your ELECTRICAL WORK

17; F:. d >t ancag.i 111. to support a wife? P.O. Box326. J- E. Dubuisson & Bro
The Youth-It is, and in addition to .
t 1 I ydia K. PinkhamVj; 'ta1de Compound :.< the one sure rrinedy that it is sufficient to enable me to PHONE 66.
r to he relied upon at tlii> iiuM> period in a joiuijr jrirl's sta 1.1 an occasional touch from myiif&'s JUng up Pearl & Dolive, phoi.e G80 FnU1ily Gr<>co 's.

; !;!c ; \\iti! j it she can p> tlrouxh: with courage and safety the work father. if won hRvn any carpenter or electrical .

E' iio ir.u-t aceonii'li-h, and fortif her ]>h) icul well being >o that work you want well done.
-er. future life m.iy he insured ngaiit .. (- >sand sutt'oriiiji.FORcEITif The Old Man-Say no more. young:
She's Bless] my sou. .A..a MA'verySrCCESS'R
man. yours. you
... Ann w.CIMI .t f.>rtli ithi>r.Hluoeth' rigiiril"ttf-r9 and signatures oft i in Yon want a good piano tuner to
.&btte tv.u1ti. ulitrb *ill prirte their sibilate ffnuinsni53.Ijilm .
K. I'iukh.iiu MtJuiue to.. Lytu, Mass. stay in nacoli: still you hold
.J \ j
tcick your order. Send it in. I have ( TO AV<'SY t WOOLFOLK,)
.t \Vhat tremendous power an eagle cx- ,

: 1. WHAT STAVE: THE KAiSER. I i noe. What I'llbiic.ntimcnl is in erts w lieu carrying away a lamb that j jweiphi had 2') ypar*' pxp 'rieiicp and Lave IMPORTER) JOBBER OF

!'if, t.-.i.nah .Ne-A- I ,n-narrt ta them i is quickly known say. sixty pounds or over! If j. worked in several piano fdctorie
Johnson book
OrrJpr) left at store
" "I. ; take the weight of the bird together HARD\l i RE.
, In h'!:..ira".-' a-ldrc-ss ai the! :5 rll there i is Ito doubt that this you iJl be attended to.
seventy-sis pounds, then it appears
t z: io'iinKrIVy! ci-k'bratiiia! of Taiano1I I !si-ntlniput. which Mr. Shcpard calls CILAS.V.. PI that eagle develop more
1 I.. : .''tMT-... 1:1 N-w Orleans last I :i world; M>niinic-it, has a powerfulinSiience than two an h"rsl'po\\\'r! can and must put Iron, Nails Axes. Shov 1-,.. .' ,r Mill and Steamboat
Bapplie*, ConkiDjjand H : .iv jtoves Paint, Oih
f T- ,r --v.' Mrivvari M. She;>arU. I' in determining the course n strain of over 1,100 pounds on the I 'HN;\I KKKNCH SCH iltLE Window Glass Gun, I'IM,. a-id Fishing; Tackle.
: in IIi,;.' issing; ll; grovtli of a public1 ,that shall be taken in regard to musi-lfs of the wins. which leads one 1
: that "birds stronger than Following is the schedule of the Agate antI Titnvare ana iI.'adflIrnishiug (Joods.
1: -numfit, r.eatione'l as an n1;:;;;:ra. to think :

fi >n <>f ihc jjower hf t!,;> 'eiiiimen'tli them.Within a few hours after his war mathematics." I::1 ,{OToruineijtoteanier General French CAOEN.SFOR BIRMINGHAM l.uLLINO MILL COM FAN YtSJ

ci-.anse in the policy! that wasinnioa'ti.1 s-Lip had fired upon Venezuelan I, -hich TUE NEWS print for the: Revere Giant stitched Belting Northampton Emery

i!; ; l>y the atacv.hich! a fort the Hn.peror William was made What's in a Name? I I aeafflt of the merchants who ship Whel t j., L-f'in A Rind Powder Co., Johnson's, Kalc -
' I" Everything Is in the name when It ] heir goods to the > arious army .)m'L Irou Km< and Buck Stoves and liingpf, WmCo.'a
I C.lrl' nlp raade upon a I aware ot the fact that the world ;posts: 0.1U)3 l-; Raw Hide Lace Leather Masury'sMade

: 'nall for in South America djrinslh disapproved (if the act. Even: if he comes: to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. I]I t.eav"s 1'f'r.s""ol& ...._ ___._ ? 7:00 a. m. Railroad Colors.
DeWitt & Co. of Chicago, discovered, I L.uvelatrri.fltas.......... ... ....?...., 7:5"i m ,
j .' >: inuble Vcnfzucia.: I Itr hail: I I'nel.lC'la had been disposed to continue thepolicy LBHTPB 1'ick"us ..- ._ __"'_ ..__ ttkft. m.Leav8 Masonic Temple @ [Ponsacola .'?ll\,
', his some :years ago how to make a salve i Iarrancas----------.... ":15 a. m.1|
\ tr'od out t ) the I'nittHl.StatLs. inaugurated by : warship I
Lt) ves Pvn'ncol" .... _...-._. ....lul5 a. m. -, .
;' d and within a few hours aiu I he would hardly! have taken the risk from Witch Hazel that Is a specific Arrives Burrsnem 11:10 a. m. and ihvo i iainkes -
; for Piles. For blind, bleeding itch- I I a trip to Fort McKee auJtbearturas --
::1 the mhwrit. bor.ibarilm eeryAmerican of doing FO after he had heard theworlds -, to r.arraacas. \I
' Jt of it. ing and protruding; Piles, eczema li"avoa Hnrrancat ___._._._... I:k p. m. i TIME TABLE.
"t had its say. opinion !I Leaves Picltens_._... ... .__.. 1:25p.m.:!
'I' : Within f rt-t-iht: hoivs ilas a Awl there is no doubt that this cuts, burns bruises and all skin diseases -' b'.aves l'I.'II& cola.._ ?__.._. ._ 4iflp.:; m. !
: DeWitt's Salve has no equal. L..vl't Pickenn .. _--..._...__ 5:15 p. in.ArrIv. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
sentiment is going to play an \
; Z lopic I i'l the Uritish world harrn&L'fts 6w: p. m. and makes
This has given rise to numerous ... I KKFKCT DKCEMBEtI.lttvl
Mell and
to e return.
in the world's affairsin 5rtp
it Within a I'.w hours more the comments important part
worthless counterfeits. Ask for DeWitt's Ou Wedue'day andHaturd'.Y8 the I
: ,. of stau'men: there and cablegrams the future-a much more important -tho genuine. Hargis Pharmacy boil: wil; leave Uarrancas, via Pick- New Orleans and Mobile..

,j Ii from \VtaMnatontre; in pan than it has in the past. No John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. 9n-) for Peinacola at 6:1i: ( p. m. --

k 11' the Foreisu:; OSicos nf H-riia! and nation will adopt a course of aci The General French" is for armypirposes I']I %o.6. I So.,. \ So.t. I No.1: I No.1. No 6.
"In ; only and acyout-id must I 7'15: a I l2lSm lJ:1Xi: p T.8ave.PI.'D&acol.Arrln 6r*) i ':00 p \ tuopTSS,
Paris. The Hermanar l.inl : stayed SCHEDULE AND PASSENCER 'HVP a paQ'I from the quartermasterctake 11:50: a I 227 II 1n a Leave_ -lomatoD_ Leave 2R. 2O II p
Hi i ; his hand \vh Mi he v.nderstooil the which othf-r nations or some of, the her. I LLO) a I 4:22p I 2:15: a Leave_ Mobile ..b-ave ;! .1 U:15 n I 1.00 *
pas3Sga 01 ._....._. I 'ia5p 1IO a : Leave ...New Orlel\DII Leave $:wp I 7:25 at ;. .._
1 a!: world sentiment, and seemedilling other nations are interested junti RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS I --
i,!I __ __ u
:i r to be soothed by a heck from an it knows what the world sentiment I .

: American ironraasscr, and his Brit. in respK-t' to it Is, and if thaI LINE.The BUY THEN

:: t. i-h ally! was at onro hamo.l" sentiment is against it, the chancesare No. t. So. ,. o.l l ria. I,
11:115p m 1tI5 pm Leave PeD'.oot.Arrl 4QQ p m 6(11): 1m8nam
; L The telegraj.h has brought the that it will be abandoned. 8: 7j1m ArrtveMontomerYLeave: lJ:15&m pE pralJ'311
--- .-- Pensacola: St. Andrews and E a m 111 p m Arrive.. rmlDlbam _.heayets a m 'I 4fL> p mliJC'ipm
whn'.c d"iizI'JorlJ! in touch. Important The best pill 'neath the stars and Gulf Steamship Compiny has fixed : 8:10am ArrtnSaslvtlleLeave! .._ ..
,l : events are known in all the followInz schedule and rates to ssi: a m :IS a m Arrive _Loallvllle _Lu&ve. ':15 p m t... i in
i : stripes; 7IOam: 11:51111m ArrlveClnclnnatiLe. 8:00pm lI:15pm
i V lan.U very soon af'or they hapiion. I I Little Early Risers of worldly repute. apply points named between: Pensacola and the SEWINGMACHINEDo 7Ilam: 1:00pm ArrlV8..Mt.I.oUll _.._l.4lsve ':15pm 1IrtPPENSACOLA :

I It I if ''hoy: are of a (haract ?.r to affect it cleanses l the system and never AND RIVER JUNCrION.No. .

the i inti-ivsts of nations the heads gripes. SCHEDULE: -

of sovornmer.ts btatesm and the Ask for DeWitt's and take no Steamer Tarpon will leave Pensa, not be a $<>(0.00'('dn.-l1.v"-e\ving those Machine who for n.lverti..e 21-V&111. No. I-Vally I No stop where time not shown No. -Va1l1 JINO. -?'i-lil!:.'.

pt'oi>ti' begin discussing: tht-m at substitute. cola every Tuesday night at 8:30 20.00. ThUkind of a machine can I l1M pm Too a m LeavePensacol.Arrtve 10JO pm ; ;JIO II.ID
I A small pill easy to buy, easy to take o'clock. after the arrival of the Mo- 1:15 nlgb' 7UI" ".. Bohemla_ 10:31" I .:I4 .'.
be liouzht from of .
and easy to act but never falling in bile train and the P. & A. accommodation us or any our : 12:10: 7:18" Ynlestra __ 10:11.: 6:01
j dealers from$1.Y: )to 1S.UO. _cambla__ "
1 Man. : U:2S": I 1lij" 10112"
is the ..
The Stomach results. DeWitt's Little Early Risers train. This will enable a Usi" 7:2i" Mllla\ __ 10:11": 6:105:
: A weak stomach 'weakenesthe man. arouse the secretions and act asa person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m., WE MAKE A VARIETY. I 12'89" Tn" --- Harp -_ 'I 10:21 6..1I

because it cannot transform the foodi' tonic to the liver, curing permanenliy. make close connection at Pensacolaand THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. I nro": '7:110" ".. ___o"a Milton City_ I'I' 10:1& I" 55'712.M ""
'rIIU" 10:10 &::11
be eats into nourishment. Health Harris; Pharmacy John Sheppard reach St. Andrews the next The Teed determines strength or I liSt: am .. _0000 RaI1I'_ 'I U .. "

and strength cannot be retsored to Sidney Kate. morning; at 7 o'clock \,-eakru"g of fewing :Mai-Lines. The 1'55: It 8:15" __ Holtl ___ .1 5:55 4EII "
: .1
I 220 8:110": Milligan __ 1:10: tli
any sick man or woman without PASSENGER RATES. Double Feed combined with otheiftron 2:51 11:118" _.Creatvtew_ 111 :OO
first restoring health and strength to Fort Barrancas Fla., March 9. < ]IIJintiullakl'S the >ew nome 1:00" 8 fill" .. _Veer Land 8:5 1:114: '
the stomach. A weak stomach can- U"i3.-Sealed proposals In triplicate, The passenger rate from Pensacolawill the best Sewing Mach l1e to buy.showlnp 1:11I": 1:10" Mossy Head I. 8:40 :It
until 11 m.Iarch be as follows: I 4:08" 186" .". _DeFuntakprings. '' 8:18 2:43: .
not digest enough food to feed the will be received a.
1I" I Argyle_ SI T:" t:11
the dif- ; ;
tissues and revive the tired and run 25, 19)2. for constructing five cisterns, To St. Andrew3 and St. Andrews \If it-lie f o or CIRCULARS Tfnt etyIeI : ':40' 1:61' II. -Ponce de Leoli- TI" 211..
down limbs and orans of the body. I Fort Pickens. Fla. U. S. reserve points-|GOO; round trip 110. hewing Machlfl(: 100" 10:10' ___We.tYlU8..... 7:17" 1:55I : : _

Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses purifies j I right to rejee& or accept any or all To Apalachicola and CarrabellefS we manu clureanil pricus befur purchasing I I 6.88"G:08" 10lfi'10iJJ' .". ___ Caryvllle Bonliay_ "" TIJ"656" ,,1 121I : ..
sweetens and strengthens the ( proposals or any part thereof. Infor $ ; round trip $15.Thee' I 8:00" 101" _.Cblpley_ 8n" I 14 "
glands and membranes of the stomach -I[ mation furnished on application. Envelopes fares include tint.class I THE NEW HOME SEWINC MACHINE CO. fIIO" U07"Cottond.le.. 1:1'1"' I UII'I 1l2aa
and meals. 1i:5 .... Marlalln& 800" I 12:1.
cabin staterom TOO"
t should
containing proposals
and cures indigestion. dyspepsia oMtncc. MASS. .. U I 1lii
_. 188" 1.'fA
7:30" 11:4:1" CypreBs
: and all stomach troubles. HarBis -''be marked "Proposals for Cisterns" Further Information can be securedby I tit t'nlonSq.N.Y.l'hlcago.Itl.AUanta,Ga., I 1:4Q" 11:1I! .. _GraDd Rldle_ 1:12" 11:1:

Pharmacy John Sheppard, Sidney -addressed W. E. COLE. Q. M. applying at the company's officesin I tst.Louls.Mo., IkilasTex.San FraucUco Cal I, I 7,1j" Uu6 noon _._ Mnl.'sds __ 6t1.: lty.VJ -"
Kahn. I.I March 17, IS. 19, 20, 26, 27. the Tbiesen building.; FOR SALE BY I IiU' 12:111" A.rrl"R1'il'1l1ct1OIlLen 11:10" luiS .

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HIS"FIRST The Largest Policyever ORCHARD AND GARDEN. I Doctoring Free.The .

I wash I
Empty the soapsuds on days

PATIENT written on a single life around the fruit trees. I

G:1l'pl! trees plenty of room it Red Cross Doctors Are Dotr.g
result of the
was placed as a
you would have them thrifty. I,
This to Introduce Themselves.
[OriginaL] fullest
investigationinThe There should: be no handling of the :
Ethel \Vocdbridce was the belle ot
the village. Tlw farmers sons In that Mutual Life Insurance grapevines while they are frozen.! Three Month's Services Are Given t :

t region flwkfd about her at the dances Company of New York. Early In February is a good time to Free to All Who Call at Their Offices :.j',

Ir'41 :and vita with each other in makingher A western business man sow cabbage seed in:: hotbeds, when rl
presents.! Nevertheless she' would I extra early plants arc wanted 111 West Chase Street, Be- I!, i

: ti'T. ?&; listen to none of them when they spoke took six months to determine The seeds of plants and trees! are the tween Now and March 21, 'ill I

1Ss sys'f'9 rsi of love. The reason for this was that where to place this policy of parts that require the iuo
henry Rrowwll the son of a retired $1,000,000, and it was writtenat Apples and pears have the least seed! A staff of eminent physicians! and scr-
hone had ia proportion to bu'.k. aeonsIromtheR.'dCross Medical Institute
banker who lived near her .
no more proportionate risk have, at lht ime solicitation of a lane
long: before he right to think of The Quince requires severe pruning number of pnitt-ata antler tbetr care to Ilyacountry.eletiished

marriage, aced her to be his wife. than is assumed on a policyof Fully one1mof the new ;growth the Institute In Ibis a city permanent at branchof

Then he Lad gone east to college and $1,000. tbould! be cut 0I and a judicious! tliliiIng -
of the vat wood be made. 111 West Chase Street. a
after that had studied medicine in Phil
The history of this policy is
adelphia. Henry bad written Ethel Small ::e.l'a :Marital"oe.. The eminent gentlemen hare decided to igive
interesting reading and is described their entirely free for three
his first at college SHmcet
regularly during year "Did you ever notice asked one of months (nii'Uicif.e exct-ptcd to all 10VI\l1ds A
= irregularly the !second year and in "The Largest Annual a group of friends, "that In ninety-nine w" ho cal upoi. them fur tr'atuieutBtea

: L'1tk2 only occasionally after tLat. While he Premium." This out of every hundred separation actions -
M and> 1 March 21.
attended medical lectures Lc did not the man is small of stature?

write at all.lIelll1' phlet is sent on application.This Well it 13 so. Just notice In the future. There servirfs consist not only ot con
had shown fair ability in college Company ranks &ullaton.uPllllnation Iud ad"lctbut also
Of course In divorce actions: the
first-In AII i(ta. of min"r urg'cal operatlocs.
but when he became a stu.kut of f-'int-la Amount Paid Policy-hotdcrt. rule wiil not hold, but in separationsuits The object In pursuing this coarse
1 Frrr-In Is to b"co'ne rapidly and personally acquainted -
medicine it was plain that he possesseda Age. here the parties wish to part with the'd antler -
remarkable aptitude for that profes merely through an inability to Unhappily no conditions win I any charge whatever
The fame of his prouii&e COMPANY NEW YORK be in self for any -rvices renilere for three
sion. OF together, you will find that the mouths tuall who Odll before March :ht.
:':; spread abroad anti, having relatives in RICHARD A McCVEDV, President. man ia slight; in build and below the Thrducleratreat all forma o( disease and

",,':.'.-1t'h. ......-- : SHE WAS BRED INI Ol0 KENTUCKY.I ." = the Quaker City he became a favorite medium of LekhL; I attributittlireefaurtlis lIt caitftbev formlt'"nmlcrtnke.'. and guarantee At the a cure first in Interview every
:- socially. The girls he bud met while iacollogo Nassau, Cedar William & Liberty ;: of the trouble to the man too. a thorough exa.nlcat'ou! U made and.
Streets. NEW YORK N. Y. 'f incurable you ere frankly and kindly toldo
; be gin to .( l.'m"ery p'.uin: people Tie smaller the lUau is the wore egotistical al-osdvU' ncftinalptr.diai} money for
I ;
inaau.ocHTheDistiller'Owensboro.KentucHyU I j" I I to him compared with the high!; bred CKCIu AVILLCOX, )tanager. he is and will nut, as a rule, give u-elrse treatment.Male .

dunes: of I'hihuMphi'i. whi' his former Jacksonville, Fla.T. way to his wife in anything. lIe meddles catarrhal and ileafLe-9 ft-nu'e ;weaknes'nlMnrirncele.. e-itarru. rup-anti

country sweetheart sfeinol a veryluw iu the household affairs, decides ture.ltre.e r.e.randall di nases cf the
C. WATSCN & CO. District M.n.
g'! rectum art ott\ely cured by their newtreatment.
with pc
u r.lvr of feint.: A m-irriage what the baby shall weir and takes .
BEAt & CO., DISTILLERY DISTRIBUTORS PENSACOLA, FLA. her seemed out of the iincstUm. Hut I I Pen::!acol- Fla. any wifely rebuke or fault! finding veryseriousy Their. cbtet ns-oclate cnrgoon of the iQBtituf -

what (';uld l.e do'' lIe rau.-.t return I : whereas! a bid burly man uniceso.will I>HIU. inv.t I'T-oi'BlcUnrge. lmOffic1 Hours

I home fur awhilo! after fluisLirg hHtueiiical I I would; or at least keep still att3say a a. iu, toTp. in. ll
(Dugs and must meet 1tlll'l.I'I I SEND YOUR ORDERSto nothing. .I\! you, I niu not sayin I

L/J XtV-:-.. ilyrC:-!'.lO- ..f'n1nC'f-; -- Ifo... 4 os every I Px-ii, (! Iwiug! graduated he received :I Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or ; that nl small men are egotistical,

Cures a Cold In One Day.. Crib in :2 Days J rnbox.. 25e I very tlattcrlug offer to become the nsMsi.i.nt 'I electrical work. Repair work a for I nra ruth.'r small nysclf, but la PARSER'S

I n. tif n 'IIIt.'urCl'ull"u __ : and wrote specialty.I cases of this kind it is a fact that the vti+t HAIR DAf.SAM
hi-s fatli. that he would remain in majority of coiui>lainauts are siuall in ld 'KUttM/ and In'bfdutuie.."'pruwth.* the hair.
I 1'1'ilaUelpMa. cntprlun; upon his duties stature and small in cunt.-New Yor'i: ,; Kvecrven Fj.a t> itcstore Color(fray
to Vpuuful
as houii as he Lad taken Lis degree.AVhil I lorill.. zV-- LSaar CS.rt.c.'p its a+wr k b.r f.auy

D. HALE WILSON, I' of aa aristocratic? ho was mincl'.ng city:: Ethel:; with rpmaiui the elite SOUTHERN EXESS[ Co. -

Real Estate and Rental Agent the same same sweet plain, unpretentious t'uuuryirl.tearing, with, the the Doors andWindow &

state true 110':11'1.he\ was beloved by

every one who knew her and would !: Screens
ii'4' South PalafnSh't.'et, still have lx'n sought; In marriage!; hud si1 [

TELEPHONE NO. 243. PENSACOLA FLORIDA she consented to listen to proposals.
Such girl; ilo not give their hearts anti

. take them tack easily. LTo I THe PROTECTION AND

much troubled by her lover's treatment t ,-. C() [FOnr THEY AFFORD
and when he did nut return after having I all parts of the country

Classified Advertisements i: t been graduated she realized that 1 Get Prices Now.

I he had passed boyoutl lier. She neither -

wrote upbrakllng! him n ir stoke a wordto } The Southern Express Company
-- ----- ---
ONE CENT A WORD. I' his discredit. She: told! her pm'tntst1la receives and forwards freight,I Milvii &t CO
social station L/UKJ11IU VU s
t Henry was right.; Ills ._ IllJt
. .. and valuables of all descriptions ;,.
.. --------- money,
--.o- -= ; ; had always been above hers, -
i){ >IC-----. filll1.l - To2ophono 11.:: ::
STOLEN. - - now having; met the refined eople a to all parts of the country,

I FOUND- A Bunch of K ys. Ovrner great city, she could not hope that Lewould with connections for Canada, Mexico -- -

Orauw and} -white pointer; may have same by calling at this prefer hr to her more relined

i I"i mi C3: iKHinds; Answers office, identifying property and pay rivalThen she burst into n passion Havana, Cuba European points, The Star Laundry
ing for this notice MtfFor etc.
I.l1)!! : name on collar. of tears and ran away to her room.
---- she changed. The The Southern Express Company
All persons: are warn lU-iit. From that day: was

:i'lrisR her. Reward -- color faded from her cluck, and she 1. operates on 30,000 miles of first- Biggest, Busiest, Best !
FOR KENT-In hou opera thin and was troubled with a
1 return of dog and! grew: class routes and in connection with
!;: on ground floor one store and
hacking cough.::: The village doctor was I'I
'.v.-arrl for evidence tlhee; ou second door, three oilier called, but reported tLat he could do the Adams Express Company, on

ihief. ftb'JO! notlfipc;: for l..,r since: her malady was :I'',j through way-bills, with throughcars ''f

'.am FORCES.csT. WANTED.VANTCD occasioned' !>y same mental trouble. and through messengers, per They Speak ,

Mr. I'-nnvnell, $r., was an honorableman.
_.._ forms a unified service, constitutingthe
--M- -
lIe ku.of hl1'9: course, but
\ -GIHill nurse immediatelyat wait largest system of tho kind in
made: 1.0 conmifnt. Intending
.. r Puppy, lemon jUl'est Chase. nilCtf. until; Henry Lad taken his medical de the world. -. ,>: for Tll l'f[ 5C11rC'1We \ !

'in spot on left rl'l'I'n' Henry wrote that he expected :Money Orders are sold at all "
name of "Sport," WANTED o YOUNG MEN from to siTtlo In Philadelphia, his father agencies of the Southern Express let the Shirt=, Collars .

'i of West Hill: Eacainbi'i County at once to prepare sent him ti telenram! ; to come home and Cuffs we Launder speak: for

: 'l'l'l'h' reward.iYCD.Dark for Positions iu the Government at once. Henry had i.o choice but tc Company at reasonable hours. Re- themselves.! They will talk louder (ii i i.bat |
Bervice. Apply to obey cr suffer his father's! 11iI.l nure. I ceipt is given and money is refunded I
we can. We want to be judged [
.' I: bay Inter- tate Corrps. Inst From the latter he shrank nnd reluctantly if order is lost.
'. 3, About thirteen Cedar Rapid*, la.cU to.ik a train for home.It More oy the work we do than by
wlmWAXTKD when he This is the cheapest way to send what we say,
i; late about three was a spring; morning
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reached tL fetation, where he found small remittances by mail: or otherwise
.rs and fifty cents of character
-Severalper!'ou-? .
father vho had to drive him
his cotm ,
i-irn, to stale: (and one: good in this reputation county required in each) over several miles to their home."Ilenry E. W. FOWLER, : ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Caliel l: far ail DsliferelFree,
1 ;
I'I\ \, Il l\"iew.
to r-prf-fut and advertise old ts- ," said the fattier "I desirethat Agent Pensacola, Fla. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. j
tablihed wealthy bu*iue=3 home you begin your ineihcal; life right
,- of solid! finnnci\standing. Halary here. After a year of work anion Cranch Off.ccs: WALKER INGRAHAM

J. ... i 1'.1!. cauva.-ed-backed: ?21 00 weekly with exp: en-es additional -I your old friends, if you desire it you J. P. Roberta: Pen-it Store. Manager. -

k iitHinin! nauiis and all dayuble in ca-h I shall have my consent to return to the Jas. Hanson, Cor. Alcaniz and --_ __.wt4FilfR/Ha.Aa---_-_ _-_ ._w _
-- nrutMi iu indelible II
o. direct each NYeduet-day from head 1
'". n!"ward for the re- (ItftCI' Horse and carriage furnished city. tier. said Oadsdon. J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT.
-ili-H! U. It. or K. wh"n nce::siry. Reference. "Hut I can never advance '," I J. Williams, Cur. DeViiiiers and :.
.' J. F.. the son. "The fit'lllis tOllnlrrow.
"I Clemento Enclose relf addre?<. d en Jackson.
.. r"" 'Hf-tf'' "You will have my influence to s.cure VAN PELT BROTHERS .
i."iu. velope. Colotial Co., Caxton I i Sol Calm. Cor. Falifox and Inten- :
= R1.! C iclIH. 9f-f>-!' i patients." ,
1 '.,u .!..-:' answers ta I I Henry leaned back in the carriage ilencia. GARDEN STREET GROCERS r
WAN 1KD: All kind of ,
> ('ir on left hindI empty I I with a frown.

re.ifneil to resai *. S. A. Friedman. n9tlirr'emliil i "To prove that I can help you" ('(, Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of ;

,:: !:., :21: North (I" i I tinued the father "1 am going to :- n-\\
Chance for men to learn: bar- T V7t &
who has '
her trade. Years of apprenticeship !I you failing to for the a h.long use You. a recent ra1 I STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, ;'t

saved l>y onr method of steady

.w_ tice and instruction. Tools, pr'lC'j the graduate fosies, should about here K far who in have advance failedto of I INSURANCE Fruits, Nuts, and all the Dcltcacacics of the Season '1\\!;
was put it ions, board and :::;
MONEY vases: s>ven. Catalogue nailed tree. !, cure the patient, and you will havei i ASD Our Goods are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting the 1,1-
TO LOAN Jloler College, New Orleans, La. I I good: opportunity to show your skill." i

M7-U I There was something in the tone REAL ESTATE, Best, Freshest and Cheapest. .;t t

-.-liable terms and i .. _._ with which his father spoke that No. South Palafox b'reet.
w - -- ---- -
I did not lik., but the t'lIthus < Ill'n'I'I \
i ry
1 U'. RL LL.4Ian, j EXCHANGE-Any one wanting a VAN PELT BROTHERS
!i' .f..x. I'p-Stairs. summer home iu the mountains youth 't"I'II.1 in and suggested that I II Partial Lit of desirable Dweliingfor ,

j t. \Vu.5DN-I :Manager.KEY I can exchange proturty in Floridaor after nil. he might show his old friends, i Rent in Various Parts: i1
-- South Georgia for equal value I the country doctors, how little they I of the City: TELEPHONE l\ O. 231 o".c ,4 31 EAST GARDEN ST.

iu Ash!!ville, N. C. Will tradt up kww. Glancing out of the carriage, Ii.OO-2':!: -fl\ry bou"e, containing 1J rooms 1 4,
TO LOAN up to UUUJ( ) or Its. Oti- A. Miller, I I he aw that they were approaching; tieWoodSiridre in I nioiliTD conveniences bath (00uJp..r -- tj I ;f't.
Block Peusacola. ftntl lower Hours, corner lot t
1 Salisbury farm. He cat a quick: nice yard and plirtibhpry, unble. outhouses .
-. twr t'iwaon: ,
l.il1ct'iI of mini I side glance; at his father but the elder etc. >o. Tie Kail l.nluft '
ui other t I ft rent..tniory.
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,' Gu.illt-s: pn- I man wire an imperturbable thoinihsirious i iI I fISJ boarding bouse, containlna ;
KtJli 1-iA.A..i::. .
: .
turned into 2 room, known H the I'unci* (ItLfon
'tvcy h'1tr/fi'.tf't-li.: __ -.v__ -- I exr.rcssiou. They house >o. Hi East Intt'nd..r..
::>t. .\. .\. Fi-her. desirablelots the and nlishted at the door. Ho'i- i i cot i-trt-cl.
FOR S ALE-The most ; I 8 tsars Old ia Cas s cf 4 Fell Quarts at! S3.29 pr can
tlANV. 1Ates.adrvrebl": ;-tory modern dwelling
I'm In the city on ray tcp ins' by I I ry '''a" Inl upstairs, a door was thrown I I 7 ro'o,. motdrsirubtesrcttbn r.f the I I .
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I. the Fi-her Real Estate Agency.2U4 i iI open and there on a bed lay his dlscarde city on a errnfr on the strttt car
> II.. )ll'ri'l I !>2 bout!! Palafox. Italin !'! l love. IIn.0., :North llarcclupn: start.1ltn1 ,r WIJI KLYi' distilled\ at the NeNon I Co. '
I') roomy
f 2-ptory duelling
i'l'\-nt., --- -- -- The windows were open and the odor Iroiiitnc arse .....t'lIl !quire .su.Iou: Last:; JL Ky.. Di-tillery: and is fully matured in wood
I rate of interest \ borne into the room by t.ot'.rnmpnt sr..t.I before bottling. I tis ab-olutefy pure and not excelled
.% i.v. ()lllct 112audnil _.--- vItAlit1O'D& ---' of t'owers was fklII--.ComflJrtnl: new :!-?lory modemcw : in quality by any \Vbi-key of the same age y
i wII l. A vino climbing about desirable
: -tH.t.. the south < rlllne.: u roOW' \ rv sir-
--" --- i MRS. SARAH BEIRNE-ManafbC- twisting and turning I Linnoftnecur, situated on :North no matter where produced. The Royal Standard
turer and dealer in Hair Goods, the c'm'llt:1'; 1-:8yl..11: bi'tweeu strung and Il<' otc is eight years old when bottled, and considering

.v I I'Xl: on IInrrovPJ I I Hats, Toilet Articles Hair Oil I to thrust Us latest sprout into the I 'slr.s' grad order with, its excellent quality, is tbe cheapest whiskey in t\\
lorvdwpllinf in ;
!1.1: lane or smjllv Me 32tt Governmnt. arPPt. I thsuiber. Hthel. in the midst of this I f''a.PO. --Sreotnsthree- doors from the ttliI the market at that price. As a beverage, and as I''
rate of interest.K ; ,,- I revival of life, was unrevised. She lay I line, ha* gn and water throughout, an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better. "
l : Brook*, attorney? J'unrtllna.r 1fou.e leaking l over the fair scene without r.nreclusive !I .u iloNrrih aroelnr.H btreft.water Shipped, in cases containing no marks whatever to t
130.00-l-ktorj dwelling 7 rooms, city
l' 1'alafox :St.; Fishpr3m '. tn its freshni" and beautj. I bath. gas! with large: corner lot >o. indicate contents If purchaser, upon examiningthe
___ 1m BOARDING HOUSE at Wheeler "There." Mid Mr. I'.rownell to his (u:! w ..Wright: street. whiskey, i, not Mii-fied with the quality be
-- priiigs, Mary Esther Fla.. Mrs 115.70-- -stnry nw..lllnz.H rOlIIl'wl, paptred can return the same at our exr-ensu and motley
!t :\ ; Condou, proprietress All the sou. "is your patient. Cure her. I and painted throughout, on I
will be refunded.All .
: AY-Do you need moment it seemed to Henry belt lint. No.:>DK st Gregory rtrptt
: can borrow any comforts of home at very reasons For a J15.00l tory! 'art'ranrt bath, I orders should be accompanied by either
W nit today on easiest ble rate Northern tourists will that the past seven years had been obliterated. I i rOJI1hall Hock of ground ltbbiaull'ul I II ttcuraneasova currency pototficemoneyorderbaniSdraftorax.

W's-t rates anywhereImproved tied this an ideal place to spend a It was nt this! season that I l'ervantes s-Iiftrte Itr..t.trees No. 7tS East s press money order. We refer to First National .

city real portion r.f thA .PIiClnn. 12'ilm LtLel had given him his first kiss In the !12.50-1-stnrydwelling, ?o 115 Ea"t Gregory Bank or any merchant in Ptnsacola.
which was now sending ttr..ft,5 rooms, newly papered ana k
\Vm. Fisher, 2044 S. H.t-: IC\\.L. I gardon pi atrd.
lutlIt ----,- I up its perfume lie forgot the girls cf lll.n- .u.IIU East Ee'mcnt Blrt'l't. 6-rrom
DIAMOND he tailor has removed S. A. FRIEDMAN
B. IJ. ,
'.. 1 ------1 the collece town, the hih bred dames Cottage. CUT water, newJy painted, ,
West Government In rfectorder.
tc Ilis
\ 1 pt
borrow money, in-I. street, opt'lI"ite Express office. of the city. Going to the bed, he bent \: 1I0.rou.lilU :\orlb AlcEnlz"strhet. a new i. ,
.-re jour property boar in good order with' 6 r'>rams, "- Sots PROPRIETOR, PE s.-\cnLA, FLA. (
where he la prepared to clean repair ovec/Ws patient. I 11000->o..tOt Ka't btlm"nt strert city '
: of title
buy or "
and press ladies' and arentlel "Ethel can you forgive me? I water, a reSt 5 room cottar rewl :;:) :1
rmt property olh arms find I ramird and rrnr-\at throughout P. O. COX 4IH. TKI.KPIIOXK 170 ,
'n" tailor\ mad1t.fij3mIietlt.antott : was to raise her HISKEY'taa.i
Her reply
'I. .ive rents col- I .S fcAV:o.ollI< but Lalioa Htr tt, a uratijpaojred :
... tbrow them about his neck. 4 room cottage In good coudition. t.
uxts attended to. I > -
..... large )< t.cltRt..r..
.. f'u'st'-
all his long
in 1.
-- Krownell a IRoMA'
I'lio.r.Vatsun Pr. A
A large l 1:5: or tniallrr owelllcgs, as well); .. y- f.hult f.
: .: no and Jtifuraucei H ALFMAX. umbrella maker, 315 I qtvnt career never effected n tro-: 'ii a nun.ld atoms and ollict't NEST -f; "I handle every clans of Vq'Jors Bodin

>'.a, Fla. Charges! r euth Palafox street. Recovering marvelous cure, though he became n { THOS. C. WATSON & CO., : >r bottle wholsoalyrr' retail at prices that l
i urjouf who buyswi and Tl'rairin;of umbrella* and I ( ire way down. j I
a specialty. Silk: covers I famous surceon.' :: Leadlcz Real Estate. R..nllllllnd Iniuraacf
k will lend money parasols hand Jan 3 JAQUCLIXC EASTWOOD. I' Agents,1 do.-tb alatoz 8tre t. ACIN.T FCR TKE PAMOUS PAST EEER: \ ;
l uih1 a hoa e. 83-tf always en I

S ft

-, ", ,* ..iL2gtt-a"-rs --<....--- .;...........' u. ..... -,

..; ...,..::-" '+" ;''''r'1.:. va"i I. \U SESflgg.t .SF k2' 'r S. O'y i,,.' .,,.l i&":i2:1': R!:" 4 Vj- :tiJ P'-j{;'J&W. *-.,...;..;;., S&'JrVf'f vk"t- '-;'":'",;"c.;j.?. i><",J,",',; "': ",'>-. h-': ,:-!,_,"... ".7' ,.4" .;. -V'I'' -' .. "J J 7'II!- ....... "err -
\ ;.Jr' ,_" ',' .Iii. "


f. & A. 1'1.
Miss Roth of Cincinnati
of her guests

Oood Things to Eat. and Miss Willock, of NewPort News. Regular Pensacola communicationof Lodge No. 42,

A most charming trip was enjoyed.Mr. A F. & A. M., at 7:30 p. m..

Thursday, March 19

The little girls and toys, as well as grown and Mrs. Ranny and little son Work in the E. A. de.
futtg, like nicely risen cakes,pies, waffles, bte- spent Sunday and part of yesterday in ............... .............N., gree.Ciititingbrethren.
cuts, eta ebouMn't thy have them when are cordially in-
the of Mr. and Mrs. J.
a pound can of GOOD U'CK" Baking Ton- the city guest i. \tit, ?4- sp \tllp4iiU i Tited. V ALUtOn !

der-the bft leavenpr-can t>f' had c(the grower Storm McGaughy. :. ; j 15. C Tcxisox, W. :\ .
,,, ',;: .
produces '
for len cenu.HOD; LUCK" tterUetfct ""'H } T. H. FLEETWOOD, Sec.

lghtrt>'and mo t wholeoomd bread, ct.:., Mrs. C. O. Salt marsh entertained a I i -
and In eii-ouneo can'Kill be found a .
every small the this afternoonin
party on .
8l-1Ion-two sections In every pound cau. Are : j Jiuda u's, file Zest for5c.I .
I I honor of Mrs. W. W. Thompson of
you tuning them! I
Louisv'ille.! :New Orleans I = -
Grocery i

Richmond, Virl'mla.a The sale of the Woman's Exchangefor the top line the pr I wC _

.. _. Christ's church takes place Satur JAMES McHUGH, Prop. 4 :
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March 21st from 12 to 6 m. i i
day, p. .
ve w.w. ai find at the bottom.
N/NN.N. Just wry; ".u
s NNNMNNN store Pal Cc-
I at Cahn's grocery corner : BOWLING llH

= II afox and Intendencia streets. All i ROASTED COFFEES i

SOCIAL ECHOES i I kinds of cakes home made bread and I longs, as 'tis such an extre-: LOW

i other delicacies will be for sale, which
| '+- No 11 West i InlfiEteia Street.
NA housekeepers trouble and >; ONE, while the VALUE: .
...........NN.NNN.. can save st; .- ,':3ve
..... time. i BLENo I Ii Opposite Jar. McHueh's.
very charming talk on Rome was J J .. all.
-- -- -- --- ----
given last evening at Michael's .
Mr. Chas. G. Myers and wife of Tallahassee

church by Chaplain Louis P. Ren were late arrivals at the Merchants i OUR SPECIALTIES. i
It's a Ladies' Lace Shoe. .
of the Kearsarge. hotel last night. i Chris Thiesen | ; art
Quite a large and intellectual audience I
0 : !I
was present( to hear this inters Among those at the Merchants today W -1.- [ spring heeled, patent and : : :1.

esting address.. from Mobile:: who preceeded the ; CORNER i

,f The chaplain first gave a discnptionfif large excursion party from that city .. -o s INTENDENCIA AND BAYLEN 818. !i real dressy toes, and then : ...

the student life at Rome, the rou-: were Messrs. James Craft, John 1-'. t Ut ,

; me of college! life, the different na- (Collister T. D. Crossland and Harry I IC7 0W One Block \Vet of P bft\x. j,
d .ona'.ities, distinguishable! by their Offer. : Common Sense styles, -n ,'e
iliffffercnt: colored cassocks, which in c n = iID t I

the immense gatherings, with the artistic The self-denial services at the First o ZI 1 :: I

indis-cribable.surrmndingc.mpsel! From this college a !:jiicuire Baptist umber church notice.Lave been postponeduntil :. LLI 1' ,1-1 C iZI :I r PIIRE8T J I I LiQUORS !I r I are

hundreds of students yearly are sent LLI 0O
The monthly:: conference will be I
10 every quarter of the globe. I ,
He described the Catacombs and held this evening at 7:30:: o'clock at IS i 'r' : 0l < .

the First Baptist church.Mr. HMl
th"ir use by the early Christians, the: I 5DIFFERENT

Colosseum the Vatican and the i :
f 'Lt 3i
1 Chas. F. Zeek left last night for o .
.tc church of St. Cecelia] dedicated to the Family or iledidoal Ik
Philadelphia for the purpose af attending Z mYI ,
early Christian girl martyr to whom -
i a convention of gas managers. -I .
I as early as the fifth century a church / FOR I
He will be out of the city for several .
't was dedicated in Rome, and in S21 :

Pope Paschal ordered her bones bur. days. J I Q i
aF Toe Sailor blldSIllll.
I : t
ried there; the :!!nd of November is Salt rheum or eczema, with its

I Kept as her festival day. and burning is cured by i
!'I lIe spoke of the Appian Way and Hood's Sarsaparilla. So are all AND RETAIL Swedish Punch, Danish Aquaril,

I the of the beautiful. Eternal walks City.and" surroundings other bloud diseases. j* Feed Stuffs of All Kinds .:-'" German Kummel and other brandsof

!it imported Wines and Liquors. ... T...
Thesedescriptions \\erevery graph
I PHONE 105.
iiI ic, but more entertaining still, was the ON TRIAL FOREMBEZZLEMENT : Here only you will find the X. C.

r talk about the present Pope Leo XIII. :.. N.NN..N........................,..........! Bowes Kentucky Whiskey, 24 years

The humble ceremonials, the home I old.
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life and good and powerful influenceof the colors of Rear Admiral Higginson.The PARTY ENROUTE Valhalla Branch, corner GardenWesKaliD

. .t. this head of his church. Hartford was left at Mobile and I loth
street and $1.00PAIR.
I J.. TO ST. ANDREWS. avenue.

i "." The Sw'm Guard and the Papal I I.i -- Admiral Higginson remained on m ______ __ ___. _

Guard their costumes, and the difter- PROMINENT WHITE GENTLEMANA loard. It is understood that before A party which airived! at the Merchants -

( kt ent officers: ia the court of the King of she returns here she will cruise for : hotel this morning: was compos i '\ ( Company

U Rome whose territory has been greatly DEFENDANT TO THAT SERIOUS several hundred miles in the gulf, ed of Dr. and lirs. D. B. Cli fe, Mrs. T. ,,

c.- diminished by the Italian leaving the Commander-in-Chicf at E.
govern Drools

memo Though" a king over small: Mobile. He will go to Xew Orleansby Franklin Tcnn., and Mrs. L. J. Cullen! .

..! territory the kingdom:; is measureless COURT.In rail, perhaps, there reform and Miss Louise McKee of Chicago. i GROCERS.Headquarters- .

tl in the hearts of the thousands of his rail, perhaps, there renew old This interesting party will:! go to St. for

t followers lie spoke of the gracious the criminal court this morning :lC'll1 '1ntances. From New Orleans Andrews Pay tonight on the steamer

3 influence! and kindness of the Popeto the case of 11. B. Saynor was called hI' will come to Pensarola: by rail. He Tarpon but all of today they have immensely I Fancy and Staple Groceries. -

all in his presence The dl'crill'tions and consumed all the forenoon ses Is by himself i enjoyed themselves around i .. ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE .

i and mind pictures were charmingly sion. Court convened at 1 p. m. for The Scorpion and Hartford were the city, witnessing the pretty naval : FANCY GOODS.

drawn for the listeners and at an hour and thirty minutes and at given a reception by the citizens of parade from the Kearsarge this nornir.g. !'I WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS

the close all felt from this talk, a I this afternoon's: session the case will :Mobile, both vessels having easily I
strong desire to see the )beauties of to the docks of the city. The Shoe Co
,i I be called up and continued. It is one gone up ---__. I CELEBRATEDCafe Meyer

i Rome and hear the magnificent music I around which a great deal of interest sla de Luzon was in the harbor at Working Overtime. I I

I by the band of seventy-five )pieces centers and is closely watched.Mr. the same time and caused the Alabama du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home
I Eight hour laws arc Ignored by ; Molasses, Illini and Climax Flour,
i and the woudertul history of. naval aspect 1
study .
Sayuor is being prosecuted by port to present a those tireless little Baylels Delicatessen, German-American
'WorkersDr.King's .
t this stronghold::; of religion.! 12. S. Josljn, former proprietor of The Alabamians were particularly in New Life Food Company's Canned Meats, Fet Furnishers far Ca"h Only
Pills. Millions
The Ponsacnlians who were present Hotel Escambia. Saynor was manager erested in the rebuilt Hartford on account are Etc., Etc.
always at work, night and
lupe for anuthr chance to bear 'hap <>f that hostelry under the regime of of the associations with the day. cur. I
lag Indigestion, Biliousness Constipation i
lain Rennnlds speak.MissMikhenbergerand. Jj slyn and the trouble started when early history Mobile.. Lumber. South Palafox St,
Sick Headache and all stom 2x3: scantling, J5 per thousand. 102
the hotel changed proprietors on the Admiral Higginsnn was also Very !I
8x'i: thousand.
ach Liver and Bowel troubles. scantling;, JG per
Miss;: Meahle
first part of February as Manager J. glad to tarry in Mobile. During the I Other items in proportion. Call and
New Orlt-ans are the charming pleasant, safe, sure. Only 23c at W.
II. Timberlake assumed charge. civil strife he was a junior officer on : see us.Mfrlmo. I

f P .ests of Mrs. Bryan Black. Sajnor. it seems; was under the inv the Hartford on the event of that ves A.Palafox D'AIemberte'a street. drug store, 121: S. I5CEKMAN LUMBER CO. 1

i sel's eventful trip there under cmrv I -- -- --'
that his were $]00 pen -
I-resiun wages I
Mrs. Hall Mobile is the of ,
( guest
mand of the beloved Admiral Fwra 1-- ,
month but when final settlement was
, : her sister Aboverombio and the M1t'" :
Misses Cary. begun! Josslyn! 5s ifmlorstood to have I gut. WAS PUNISHED TODAY. Ullr'lll frr,rl'i( 'r 'Ilr lrrf

held out an offer of $GH> per month. aWHO'S

The first figures were as low as Say BOX SOCIAL. Jane Richardson! a l-! )'{>ar.ol negro ,:
Captain Davis i-n the Alabama ('n.'I'
t'-rtainetl at dinner most elegantly nor would permit his services to begivin girl was before the mayor this morn. THE NEW STORE g;
Itox social will be held at Saiut'shall
' ins for assaulting and also obstructing I
claim of
he held to the :
at so
last to from Mobile.Corers .
evening a
party c:(
Tuesday night at 528: East the .
street. She
fur ligau-cn were laid. $i0t. Jos5ytI was svs firm in tendering I was fined $10.festerday I MIl
'I' Chase ftreet.11 are invited. I
his amount and from there the this girl on slight provo'aI

I; Miss Cora :Mallory' will lIl'uln few whole trouble seems to have had its ion ran up to Bertha Cooske, a white'!

days at DcFuniak Springs( where she'a origin. child, and struck her several times .g. p,

will take part in the Chautauqua errcheu \'I Then Saynor began action for back ICm1tWe with her hand Not satisfiedvith \ 4s

Violin in his suit as garnishees Were hat Insult, she stood in the center of
Saturday evening; as a salary, naming
soloist. !'ome'err prominent citizens. the sidewalk and reused to let the YOUR TAILOR ?
j4 Josslyn bethought:: himself of a plan girl pass .This has been repeated several |
Too LateCrlght's
i times and the girl's father, who'
Miss isabelle li''ll entertained a par and claimed that Saynor had embezzled
j We invite you to come in and see the elegant line of Suitingswe
Is a pol.eeman, arrested the girl and
, ty tm the bay this afternoon in honor some money, wheruui) an affidavit
i are showing for Spring and Summer wear. '
It ... against the latter was sworn out preferred the charges.; I -'
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and executed. Disease and Diabetes Our Flannels and Wool Crashes arc exclusively in pattern, JJ-

! 1"t COLLEGE PROFESSORS I all garments made by ED. V. PRICE & CO. for us are guaranteed -
, Ladles
at Club.
Now Josslyn is tangled up in legal Are Positively Curable. Night Progress
to fit or no sale. Their representative will be with u rt
'B* Talk cf Foods. meshes with owners of the house and This Is la-lies' night at the Progress! you ,

e J'i'f The New York papers recently! he will have a hard time shaking out Club. All: members of the club will ,

k". contained! a long account of the so- these kinks. This civil case will come T7pon bearing tbat Charles A. Newton the please bear this in mind. Thursday March 19th. S;
yardmaster of the Southern Pacific Company ,
which meets
' in the circuit court
called discovery of a celebrated up
professor l Sacramooto, bad a certain CIAO of Diabetes
' ia one of the leading universi next month. Judge Reeves presiding. the busiceca men who were Investigating the NAVAL 8TOHKH UAKKKT. 3*
4-GIVE US A CALL.o*-*-
I ties. The "discovery"! related! to a Sajnor is now manager of the Fulton Compounds, wrote bio asking blm to

House, a large hotel at Col take It; but they were late, as he had already Reported Dally for Tbe New "J ... .... '
i.ew and successful of treating Springer) ; - -- - -- :
way beard of it, lilt per bill letter in answer as Union Natal Store. Oo.
umbu, Ca.: He arrived a day or two
wheat and barley to prepare the follows: Reel le.ww I

starchy part by dry baking, so it I ago for the trial and immediately "IIAraA..' "IVar Ftra: Yonrn cf the 19th ri-crlvfd. and I GRAY GOODMAN & RADER
would be made more digestible and thereafter will return to his duties. tbiLk ton for your Int'irmatloa! I"l1ardlCillhe Ma- _____ 3 t5 A_ ..___ :! 2')I ,
Friends closely watching the progress betel n>e4ico olade by J. J. tu'ton. permanently N. __ 3 r5 F. __.__ Y 11'\\ ,
nutritious. Thereupon Prof. Liv are cured of IKatietef by this nird'ctne. and I now ,
] enjoy rood health onemure.. I commenced takingIt M____.E.__ :! cj
ingstone commonting'on the discovery \ of the case and from present March U. and June 5lh wi pronounced advance carat K M____ ti ::\1 D.....___'_' :2 o5'I FISHER BUILDING COB. PALAFOX & IHTENDEHCIA STS
of not I nor enjoy my old diet In a mlM form but ,
of the other Professor says outlook there will be a verdict more on It u time II...... by not ..l"hr to attempt ____ 4 Ad C.tbelowtIS
in the case are too much at once. I van very tad with the dt.raee.The '
",1 discoverer who was a businessman guilty. The jury gravity was IMS, and I vai so w...k I eonlltrarcrly 8'IRITSTTTRFE5TIF' ammmmm 11'N!
:t first and a scientist afterward I Messrs. \V. J. McXair, E.1.. Nobles, J wa'k The phyilclans helped tue "tome butsaid
there van no cure I then ttard if and wentto
found; that such foods could be made I M. Harrison R. E. Hendrix, W P treating altl the Fnlton Compound, and only, It Saved His Leg.P. .
took three DOttte vheo 1 commenced to f.>el better
more digestible when cooked with Bronson:: and John O'Donovan. The and then kepi Improving until I .ai restored to A. Danforth of LaGrange Ga.,

dry heat instead of boilin in water. \ case will be concluded this afternoon. on Health."I the know; road of wro an <,her had caw the of HKIK J1tal'elrl..n fur lour engineer year, suffered for six months vita a fright A CREENHUT & CO. 4f.

and Las already placed on the market lie wept to Tuoon to die. W ben 1 wa getting ful running sore on his leg; but
bitter I rent for him to come to SacrameBto to goon ,
the fool which he discovered the"01. 1_'meet. On hli return lettered. writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve
i THE SCORPION DO medicine would cure him; Ollrreur.ed upon "
prior to Ir._." This reters to blm to try It. This was In Uay. lie li now 10 wholly cured It In five days. For GROCERS
much Improved that be l. on tit engine morklni .WHOLESALE ,
Grape-Xuts the most scientificallyf every day There are .!w two cam of Erlght tIKxaw Ulcers, Wounds. PlIes, It's the best .
taking U whom 1 to'd of IL I hope MOM I
, f made food known. Grape-Nuts can syndicate will fret this medlc'ne and build '.DII." salts in the world. Cure gauranteed.

be easily digested by babies or any ARRIVES AGAINARRIVED Ion dreadful all over dl
one with a weak stomach and the much.\11II" "('BU. A.SlWTOS, berte, druggist, 121 South Palafox I -

food contains the most powerful rebuilding Tardmaiter.6.f.Co.. SacW. street. I.I FOR CREX AMERICAN CRASS CAR-

known particularly
Medical works agree tb.,.Brg6t's Disease PETS AND LINOLEUM,
and Diabetes are Incurable but 87 cent. are Hudgins has a new label for the Call on E I
j as relates to the rebuilding of the CONVOYING HISTORIC HART. per I YOBS
positively recovering under tbe Fulton Com best 5 cent cigar on the market. .. CO. for estimates before placing THING ON EARTH FOR
{ : brain and nerve centres. It is a de- FORD TO MOBILE. pounds. (Common forms of kidney complaint i yonr orders for lumber. dl5-lm OFFIC--
\ : and rbeumatUm offer but short resUunn.Price .) HALL DINING ROOM OR
licious food requiring no cooking. It for the Bright Disease and 11.SO for &
I\. but ready for instant service as it The fleet cruiser Scorpion arrive the Diabetio.Compound. John J.hltoD('.0.,4JJ: Hot Chocolate with Hudgins' new style label for his 5 RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTON
Montgomery Su San Francisco, sole compoumlers. : -
will interest
cent cigar you.
i comes from the packaga. A receilJebook it the navy yard last night from a trip Free tests made for pallatta. I* Whipped Cream at Solomon QUINA.
acrlpUve: pamphlet mailed {rea. .
free in each package describes, in the gulf and a visit to Mobile, tom 8
S Hot French Waffles with at
many delicious dishes made froGrapeNuts. I whuh city she acted as convoy to the HANNAH BROS., Florida Cane Syrup at Try Gunther's' Candies

training ship Hartford which carried Agents for Pentacola, Fla. !udng's, ifie Best fr pc, Solomon's. J Solomon's.

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