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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 18, 1903
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

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Mfr Archibald Douglass! commanding 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon the FLOODED.
--- the f.eet of British
war vessels first
contingent of the Mobile visitorswas _
now at Hava .l, Cuba was asked: by
1- THE WAR DEPARTS f Uu-m in the roster that is to be com cable! last: night to bring his vesse's! received on board the big Alabama .' TREMENDIOUS VOLUME OF WATER i
piled."I by the Comnander-5n-Chicf: and gauge here this morning registered 4$ '
<. GOVERNORS CF to Pensaenla] or at least to inclnilp! POURING THROUGH THE feet. +
earnestly invite your cooperation this place! in the itinerary of the Captain farts who was large.y in-
.. STATES TO ASSIST with the department iu strnnl\'ntU'in I CREAK AT
an effort cruise while the ships arc in this1 1cicity. bringing the large party / BOUGERE-YAZOO HUNTINGTON LEVEE
to Make this compilation as nearly from the 7 AlaLama city. +
I complete as it is possible] to makeit The cable invitation Tugs from the navy yard and the
was signed
by Greenville Miss./ Ir
I March 17.-Tha I
and I shall be glad to have the Thos. C.'atan, secretary of the launcnes: ,; irom the ships were used! to MEMPHIS SITUATION SERIOUS.Washington I
benefit of any suggestion:! that you Chamber of Commerce, and Hon. C. carry the strangers to the big ship I { river here last night stood within one j

can make as to the manner in Moreno Jones, mayor of the city of which had been attired in holiday II foot of the. 1S97 mark, but with a 11't '

March: 17.-By direc- which that end can be best attained.! Pensacola. The invitation was sent dress in their honor. Three bands<< I March 17.-The river few more days of sunshine and t ,

tr.-: Root the war decay The work_will ben the immediate direct to the admiral at Havana and<< trom as many ships were stationed on situation in the Memphis district has enough men to work on the levees, tho

charge of brigadier-General/; F. C. it is supposed reached the big officer the Alabama.] This was a great treat I become critical. The stage this morning people, protected by the long line of
embarked the
: on Ainsworth, chief of the record and before he left the Cuban capital. for the visitors for many had never i earthworks, can feel safe from an*
:j i. of compiling and pub.iilfte pension office of this department, andI There was no telling how long the heard a full natal band. These musical is :Sy.4: 1.1 feet above the high overflow this year. '

i :.. roster of the offlteil beg leave to suggest that, if the vesels would remain in West Indian organizations were Iept'ery busy water stage of 1S9S. Unofficial reportsof John .Atkins who has the work in ''

: '!-- men of the Union plan herein outlined meets your approval waters so no time was lost in and this vas\ appreciated by those en- the breaking of levees north of charge at Huntington levee, says thatif { I

!.rate armies. This Is you designate some official of despatching the invitation.The ertained. Memphis have been received. These he can get enough men the levees '

your state or communicate to him British'iceconsul at Pensa Quite a number of Pensacola people breaks if extensive will doubtless modify there can be made to hold two more ; 4feet
and hem
r.own project,
relative to the details of the work cola is understood to have suggestedthe were guests: on the occasion while of water. Should a break occurat
impressing congress and the steps to be taken in further manner of the invitation. When scores of others availed themselves of the cocditons somewhat and the this point, it would prove a most i
i b a that it would be only i maximum stage: will be slightly under disastrous t
of it. for
ance asked about the probability of the the opportunity of hearing the sweet one. the great bodyof f
Lair to the South to place "Very respectfully, ships of his country comingto music land patronized the fleet of exirsion 4n+t feet. water it is holding to be turned t

vial list the names of the "KLIHL HOOT, this purt he said they would not launches and steamers during Ik-low Helena the situation is un- I loose would flood the whole country J

te soldiers in order that Secretary:: of War" come unless invited. Taking a cue the later part of the afternoon. chinged. The stage Vicksburg is I south and fill Greenville full of waterin
ndants way trace their after o'clock spite of the protection levee aroundthe
frum this the admiral was asked to guests werea 49 feet a rise of two feet, while a*
tories with accuracy. The KNAPP IS ARRAIGNED. come here an lit is thought/ that ere little dispirited by a nasty fall of city. The water at this point ,i'
>nth separate publication many days shall have passed<< the I rain, which, however, lasted but a New Orleans the river is stationaryat where a force is at work "sacking,'' i .!

: pretty well this ground Alleged Murderer of Many is Remanded formidable British squadron will few moments. This served to dam 19._" feet. stands on the government gauge 2.1 .

'. soldiers but the south- to Jail. drop anchor in this harbor and fur. pen clothing of the visitors a bit, but The Louisiana triubtaries continueto fet alMve the high water mark. From 1:1: '

and archives, never Hamilton, Ohio, March 17.-Alfred lively eye the fighters of the youngest no harm came from it as the sun rise the Shreveport gauge recording that paint to Greenville, the levee Is 1;
". were scattered, and I Knapp was called before Mayor in a strong condition. t
out in short
came brightly
but the most fearless nation on the very a :fll 9 feet this morning.The .
".it many frauds are i Rosch RIVER STATIONARY 4
Tuesday for preliminary trial.It face of the earth.It time afterward. .
1:,.' benevolent and<< was set for 9 a. m., but owing to is said that none of the British After an afternoon of the most unalloyed .Ohio is falling, except at Cario, I, AT NEW ORLEANS. 't
,.. .. he'i important links I it where the decline will probably I New <
t. : delays was nearly 10 before anything | ships have deeper draught: than any pleasure the Mobile peoplt begin Orleans March 17.-The river t
.io '.. I.1 1 .'"- i cause of the loss was done. Knapp was broughtover of those now here of the American returned to the city and took supper. today.A ; here continues stationary. The morning ., t ,'.

.: f' from the jail handcuffed. navy and can easily pass in and ot| afterward boarding the excursion trainat reading was 19.:!, from which : I
> :v 'i: calling this lie vas calm as usual. His lawyers of the harbor; and should they come I S::O o'clock and leaving for home. REFUGEE CAMPESTABLISHED there has: been practically variation : F1 je
, mar> r *u '' ...M of congress, Darby & Thomas of Cincinnati, I since Sunday last. The weather to- .
here it will lie an epoch in naval his They expressed themselves for The AT MEMPHIS. I 'I
t said thai 'I,' ': .ir r was con. arrived at 9:43: and went into consul day is clear. f .
News having had
tory for in no other American port as never a moreenjoyable Memphis, Tenn. I, I It'
17.-The ,
"-stamly in rK.-i.i| 01 ujiinals: from tation with Mayor Uosch and the have such massive vessels of so formidable time in their life time and I: The city embankments are constantly I I 'J
-'a1.1 officials!! ainl; societies prisoner in the mayor's private office. a nature been anchored at would forever-remember their trip tcFeusacola. river is slowly falling here today, tho being improved, and a thor I r

ow.1 I patriotic
d traiiM-rip"- nf the military crowd was in court. J break in the levee near Hollybush, Southport to the barracks shows no 'f.

;. .'''fd* of -tati1! i Ir ".[.s, to answer At the conclusion of the conferenceit twenty miles north of here, is responsible points of danger. The news of the "t :..r..p+,. .

\\!L. ii W'i'iM; rut more than a railliuliar was announced that Knapp would EIGHTEEN FIT SUBJECT for the fall Memphis.. The breaking of the levees above the St. i '

!E..!; : :: -. "" that the most ceo- not waive examination but would crevasse is three-quarters of a mile Francis and at Ilougere has caused ( !

ri'i-u"" d! \\y would ho t.> publish a stand a hearing. Charles Coddard. wide and the water is rushing through some disappointment since the effect
(v.f,;,,, ." 1',1..1' Provision for the undo of Hannah Goddard Knapp, STEAMSHIPSWILL FOR THE'PENSTRANGE with a roar that can be heard for in likely to be a prolongation of the I.
">!.'i";,' :u.'ii vi accordingly made by was the first witness. Goddard testified miles. The whole of the St. Francis period of high water here. People who .

'. I"r.: : .'- .. that Knapp and his wife were basin will be flooded:: and incalculable hate returned from the break, oft' '

A Thing. at his tdoilard's; ) house from 7:3"") to damage will be done. Xo other breaks Pointe-a-la-Hache: say the break there
'' '. )h.' 1. he a graceful thin? to 9 o'clock! cm the night of December have been reported but several weak is of little consequence. The countryis 'lj

:.. i 'I-/ ,. gnus of the men who :21. He never saw hannah Knapp TRANSIT CO. AT PENSACOLA LY THIS MORNING ROBBING spots pre being closely watched by barren and no serious damage will ''!,.'
1 r ,1 i i.:.. i.i-v/ and gray. again until he Identified her corpseat the engineers.At be done. The Mississippi valley start !
'hi: if .. r :I., carry out this purpose.STi'.n Xew Albany, lud. DURING THE NEXT FEW WEEKS DRUNKEN BLUEJACKETS. Memphis the flood situation is ed out a patrol train today which will I

Knot' yesterday sent the Chief Kummcrling recited the growing more serious. la the noith run between Baton Rouge and New I r
>1.h\l! ..L '..'"if to the governors of story of Knapp answer and confession. A strange; negro giving his name asKejn.ldo ern part of the city hundreds of families Orleans. There is a magnificent x
During the next few weeks] eighteen 1
t M'i vritfh tarnished men for Knapp[ was held to answer to Goldmire and have ]left their homes for higher stretch of levee between these two ;b
no particular
: -l, (ri, : :. '. ate armies: tl.e grand jury without bail and was steamships will be loaded here by the grounds and every industry is shutdown /points, which protects some of the .
I P "War !>>>i.artnient. returned to jail. Gulf Transit Company and business is place of residence, was bound over to and street car service has been must valuable sugar plantations in ii

\ "\V--{ 1, ,.-Im. U. C., March IG, 190 expected to be brisk with Pensacola the county authorities by Mayor abandoned. In Fouth Memphis the the state. Every effort is being made'

" Ti.t.. < < \- our of the Stnte of-: ST. PATRICKS AT laboring classes during that period. Jones this morning upon some evidence watt is thieatening all railroad to hold it, and men and material have / '- ::
Sr-'iL'rr:: is a very general doro ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH. Indications point in that direction: at given in the city court by an tracks and hundreds! of laborers are been distributed along it in abun ;, iio

>: .,', ji! ,. |part Of the surviving par the present. officer and a number of. colored wit. working there. The Yazoo and Mississippi dance. I,i f t i ,

ti";>j'"< t.f the great struggle in Si. I'atrick's Day vas fittingly and The steamships that are now under nesses.Goldmire. Valley railroad is the worst The fifteen-foot embankment of the ; f t 11

wuh!> 'I.! country was engaged: fromt elaborately celebrated St. )'s charter, and the arriving date of each was arrested as a dangerous sufferer from the flood, its tracks being Texas & Pacific railway at Bougere, ;: f;
.: '*': descendants given in a circular issued this and suspicious character at 2:00! : miles below broke }
t ", and part of the church yesterday. A large congregation are partly under water for miles thirty-five Vidalia j i l' I :
of t""N'! xvho have passed! away attended the 9 o'clock morping. The names and ports are as this morning by Officer Benjamin. The: Through train service has been an and a gap two miles in ll'ngth3.iJ t 1 Jig:

tor a ;' ion that shall be accesM mass, which was a grand solemn follows: officer had been keeping an eye on I nulled. cut by the river in a few hours. This! ;,: l' :

*:'>;" th.- general public and shall high; riass. Father Hennolds. of the For Liverpoo-Swamships, he negro for some time and was nota The Illinois Central has experienced gap was followed by a break in the '1,;'

xi'ft! tl." names tif those! who. .Alabama celebrant. After the first Francisca, Ida, Leonora, Alicia and great deal surprised when he was some difficulty at Auction street lower Bougere levee, which lapped in i
tiT.i!. : a- officers or enlisted men. Gospel Father Sweeney preached an Gracia. called upon to arrest him after having but the tracks have been "cribbed" the railroad embankment on the '::1 l

i.r.: aTfor the Union or for the eloquent sermon on the Life and labors For Genoa-Steamships Italia and him under observation several hours. and traffic is moving as usual. south end, and water is running into ;

I'unf.!.hracy!: during the /great war of Irland's] national saint. During Dalilla. One of the witnesses stated that a Many appeals for help are comingin and filing Bougere swamp. ;

"IN? '!,';artment is prepared to en- the offertory, the Harp that For Tampico-Steamships Pensaco- bluojackct] from the battleship Illinois from flood sufferers and the Sun 't' ,,t

tifa- <>ri.> upon the work of making once thro' Tara's Hall," was beautifully !- la and August Belmont was in a drunken stupor in a shine Society of this city has established WEATHER CONDITIONS. I; b
"k" p'ai-.ia'ion; thus authorized and rendered on the organ: by Miss For Dunkirk-Steamship Teviotdaleor saloon, and<< was sleeping off the of* a refugee camp here where all The disturbance, which has been Ii,J. !
n p I1"i" ; to completion as rapidlyI1" I'iaggio, the organist. The ser'icesclo5eJ substitute. fects of his drunk in the saloon. Th unfortunates are cared for. hovering for several days over the ; .1( ..1
a. i -- We. There will be little or with a hymn to St. Patrick. l'orntwerp and Hamburg-Steam- negro was seen to eye the sleeping southern plateau has crossed tho i.I.-.:
rot -.. ." idy: in making the Union ship Inchkeith.For sailor then slyly] creep up to Lim and BREAK AT BOUGEREIS Rocky Mountains an I is central this -. *

!j'.r'pi 'In: > roster complete, but CHIEF CLER KBUNN Milazzo-A steamer, name not while he thought no one was watching NOT CLOSED YET. morning over northwestern Texas! );.
began to rifle the sailor's pockets. A and southwestern Kansas, preceded
'srv with HERE YESTERDAY.M. ascertained.For .
v.: 1 hI' a great difficulty Natchez Miss., March 17.-The waters -
in the saloon him at this and with rain and fol 'ti i a10we'l
r t:a-i i M the Confederate part beta Bayonne-Steamship Dora. boy saw of the river which broke over the by warmer weather .
->t .! the incompleteness of thev 11. Dunn, chief clerk in the For Cette-Steamship El Remonte. tried to hold the negro until an officer embankment of the Bougere levee in by colder and clearing. Rain ,r t

r :- :,-n lit Confederate records in fourth division of the railway mail For Civita Vecchia-Steamship Ital. arrived but the thief was desperateand the lower part of Cemcordia parish, has fallen during the past 24 hours in i -1':

; ""I',,,ion of this department.Asks service, came down yesterday after ia. broke away before the policemancould thirty-five miles below Vidalia has western Texas,*Kansas and Nebraska f'.
Loan of Record. noon from Birmingham to conduct In addition to the above list the be found. Goldemire was later swept away three miles of the fifteen an din Minnesota and northern Michigan I t ''n 1;

'' is Itt the first Importance, examinations of clerks in this district I British steamer Buckingham will ar arrested while trying to victimize a feet embankment of the Texas & Pacific ; and<< snow in the far northwest '
examination of clerks in this district. half-drunken marine out of two dollars. and the southern plateau; and thunder >
':.'". '..r.'. that no effort shall ben rive about the middle of next week railway and the southern portion
have occurred in Kansas, I .t'
>i"1 i : secure the temporary ban and the steamer Oakwood will be of the IJougere levee has caved in II'1.
He is a stranger here, and one of Minnesota and northern Michigan. In 4- Ii\
n!, war department, for the pur- Tragedy Averted. here early in the next month. Earlyin for over a mile. A tremendous volume I.
the witnesses stated that there have eastern districts It has been fair, except I
;I""' of copying, of any and<< all autc "Just In the nick of time our little May the other new steamer of the of water is pouring through this:
African line will be ready and arrived here recently quite a numberof scattered light showers on the ;,
Confederate records that can boy was saved" writes Mrs. W. Soutn crevasse into the country behind it. ,
'', fu''iil! anywhere. Many of these Watkins of Pleasant City, Ohio. will probably reach here during the strange "sharper" negroes who Every effort is now being made to prevent Atlantic coast and in the lower Lake t 1 i...;

:,r'r,'< are in the possession of the Pneumonia had played sad havoc month. All the latter will be loadedat meet the men from the skips and wrok further caving and additional region. 1'f 1 :

lar ::< states, and it is hoped they with him and a terrible cough set the L. & N. docks, and half a dozenor them for various sums. The sailor forces from all that can be securedare Rorecast for Western Florida. ,11" ; ,.

*::1! !.o made readily<< accessible] butt in besides. Doctors treated him, more will be at the docks at the who was the intended victim of Gold attempting to stake the ends of Cloudy tonight and Thursday; light I t';
: mire said when he had recovered his to fresh northeast winds becoming;
< are others that are widely but he grew worse every day. At same time, making things very lively. dirt and sand.Sycamore !
mer.11: length we tried Dr. King's New Discovery The recent car famine has been senses that he had been robbed of levee, which affords protection southeast. I

associations and<< private for Consumption, and our darling greatly relieved and traffic is several dollars, although no money for the Vidalia, is being
The one great virtue of Burcett'fVanffli
-* '-'. The problem of how to findat was Bared. lIe's now sound and moving with greater freedom and facility was found on the him negro to the when station.Officer strengthened as rapidly as posible. Extract U( purity. It is rea .I i

:irocure the loan of these scat well.)) Everybody ought to know, now than has ever been noted faa Benjamin sent Several weak places are reported vanilla extract and nothing but vanilla :+
'.' *, records is a difficult one, buts It's the only sure cure for Coughs, long time. Extra storage room Is -- along the levee, and fears are expressed extract. (Always use Bur-
. : ''!ie that must be solved In order Colds and all Lung diseases. Guaranteed now available on the two wharves, TO CERE A COLD IN ONE nAY for the safety of the embankments. Flctt' ) t iii
' W. A. D'Alemberte 121 S. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All I
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Confederate soldiers shall I Palafox street Price 50c. and $1.00. which will greatly facilitate the handling druggists refund tbe money it 11 falls to Planters are sparing no expense In
- I' Try Gnnther'i Candies at .
E. W. (iroTe't signature Is on each I
:1 Ix full credit that is due Trial bottles free. of ears as fast as they arrive. 5c. the work for the revetment The Solomon's.



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The Woman Who Knows

ti o .' how to provide for the pantry always MEETSTO-NICHT

a keeps the essentials on hand. TO DEATH

;, Pet I :

'.. fcr Infants and Children.
Castors Is a lhrntIi'5 substitute for Castor: Oil. PtrP.
Evaporated REVOLVING SHAFTING. gorse. HI'op" and Suth.U'' Syrnoc. It is Plt'at1It! It

eOHtail1 neither Opium. )10111111110 nor other. \arnlie
Cream "- The regular monthly meeting of the sub..tauce. It dcstro3u'tVornts<< and allays .. t.\ 'rl..hll.-
It ('tlrl'. UiarrhH'.1. a'ul'.Viut C.,1ie. It reliele. .
I A negro man named Sinkfield Per city council will be held this eveningand Troubles and cures COllstiatlon. tt regulates thl)

[ ban essential to those who have tried it Compare the other brands with those 'kins' was killed in a horrible mannerin several highly important matters Stomach ami BowcN, givinsr healthy and natural sleep,

bearing our cap label and you will find that they look the works of the Goulding Fertilizer will be called up. Notices of the meeting The Children's Pall:1cc\-Thc .Mother's I'rieud.

watery in comparison. Pet Brand runs smoothly from Factory, three milt's north of the city were served on all the aldermenthis The Kind You Have Always Bough
the is uniform in morning and member will
can, appearance and is the purest and yesterday. There was no one found every

most pleasant tasting.'HELVETIAN who really saw the accident bit the possibly be present. Bears the Signature of

Ask your dealer for the kind that has the cap label |dead man's badly shattered body the I Among the matters which will come

position it was In and other indioa- Iup' is the bond ordinance about which

HELVETIA HUE CONDENSING COMPANY tions disproved easily any evidence of so much has been said of late. This

HIGBLAHD ILLINOIS. ftLI1 | foul play and Coroner Wolfe refused will probably be called up by the

I ito I empanel a jury when he was calledto mayor and referred to a committee in

view the remains shortly after the order that it may be properly framed
In Use For Over 30 Years.
:occurrence and ordered their inter- and reported back to the council at
EDUCATIONIN TMr u"nu. CON..r., new YOim CITY
ment. first chance. ----
Warrington, Fla., March .-F. I
1 PerlimI.. an ciler in the works Another thing that may be reported

Kelley raffled a fine sailing boat a ,i tonight is the finance committee's .
!and had been a faithful workman I answer

THE SOUTH few nights ago: at the pool room. There I. Shortly before 5 o'clock In the afternoon i on the proposed electrifying of f -- W. B. WRIGHT GWDPIH

were about Hi' chances on it, but it'i of yesterday he: began to go over j !the dummy line. This is a matter .\ r1 ,

\ was won ly Worthing of this: place |!! the 'boxes" and pour the lubricant into I which is eagerly insisted upon and evpected d,i1 \ i t 1J{: MANUFACTURERS AND DEAlfRS IS

BY INVITATION OF THE CITIZENS the crevices. He worked his way : by many people here and a ); -
The Navy Yard CUll under the
upstairs where there was no one at report from the committee is awaited LUMBER LATHS
OF RICHMOND! THE I ieader.-hi: of Prof. P. F. Ehlers played ,
work just then ant' had apparently with irttere.t.i f ,
'I a number of Irish selections! in honor J I .. JIllfr
SIXTH SESSION MEETS: APRIL :;iof St. Patrick's D.iy. i' been forgotten. A number of emj!j I I SA WED CYPRESS SfilNGLE! l.! CrlciBi!,I

l j I ployes were on the lower floor and I J, -
22 IN THAT CITY. : .-\ new flag staff is being er ted in ... :
i they were suddenly startled by hearing -., PEN ?ACOI.A. FLA
the navy yard on ("t'llter'e... in .
-a constant and steady bumping on -- -- -- -- -

( front of the commandant's residence ,
the floor and : rushing to as.
upon up
Richmond Va. John] McAliater the navy yard mail i
March 17. The
i certain the cause found the body of COAL AND WDIJD.WE
I messenger has boon on the sick list [
Sixth Session of the Conference for 1 Perkins. stiff in death lying in a disordered Stomach .
during the past week.: I
Education in the South will be o ten. J I l"ranl.n'lern., !a charge: of the i|1 heap. Legs and arms were I I' EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA ROER TRADE
broken and the trunk bruised and cut
ed in Richmond on the afternoon of steamer Undine at the navy yard was THIS WINTER THAN EVEK fEFC TIE
horribly. Portions of the negr 's
Wednesday April 22, and will close discharged on Friday last by expiration -
'clothing jet clung to the rapidly revolving -
on the evening of the 24th. of enlistment.! He re-enlisted onSaturday TroublesJYSPEPJACURE ORDERS NCW
shaft and this told the storyof
THIS Lady was: formerly known as ,
the unfortunate black's death.
the Capon-Springs( conference Its Prof. P. }-'. Chlers who has been in & Co,
It is surmised that he loaned 1 overthe ,
annual meeting; was held last jear In the naval hospital for the: past few
shaft to do oiling when his Manresa Street
Athens. Ga., and in the precedingyear : weeks has resumed his duties in the ,. Telephone 147. .
clothing was enveloped and he was -- --- - ----
the conference gathered at navy yard as bandmaster. cured bytJDtJL
whirled death in short time.Itarry't.P .
I to a very : ESTABLISHED 1862.
Miss Lizzie Rain of Mobile! the
Wlnston-Salem., X. C. The presiding was | j ......
officer is Mr. Robert C. O den, I guest of the Misses Sma'luoods on i Imunwivr.

of New York city, and among the i I Sunday.It It v.-as said of Harry, the player, that | McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,

men most closely connected with its [ is understood! that Chas. Scholia! ]be Lad a Loire which might lure a bird II -DIALZB8: IK- 0

origin was the late Dr. J. L. M. Cure I has assumed charge of th? engine; J i from a tree and at the same time an

ry, agent of the Peabody and Slater room on the steam pilo! boat Florida ;I 1, 'address and manner the most prepos- .' Ship Ghanfey and General Hardware
and 'ouematinThe Dublin!
sesVaig (
The Hark ,
Hoards, member of the General Education Lady Penrhyn has beer,
theater! *>f wliku he was proprietor
Hoard, and supervising) director undocked and the: steamer Poe has 003 AND 005 8. PALAKOX 8TKKCT.
failed, and he was considerably Indebt-
of the Southern Education Hoard been docked! at the navy yard. -a.c+EnwY
<(d to his actors, musicians, etc. Among!
Indeed, !both the Scutbern and General -, The I&la; de Luzon and the Ccornion others, the matter carpenter elfin at Under[ all curable conditions I. REVERE COPPER COMPANYJOHN A. ROEBLI G'S SOT CO. !

Hoards may be said to owe their arrived 1 off the navy yard, Monday Harry's house and was clamorous in GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUe&ELft 'PUMPH..

existence and inspiration to the Conference evening; oth coming from Mobile.
for Education in the South, A large; invoice: of type and printing ill:I at the! time, came to the ill.atl'of the Nevada. 0., was ler of Milliard. ,
stairs and a just as this conference so largely! material was received at the navy C. McKenzie
t "Matter enou-rlir: replied the of stomach Chronic Oerting CQllectlngAgent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Amciation.
owed its inception to the work of yard printing office 1.1tH'eJ{ from carpen- trouble which Dyspepsia by .
tir. "I want my money and cant gi'tit k
Dr. Curry. Chicago. :- had effected I II the use of I -

9 The decision! to hold the conference Musician DeTrinis of the navy yard "I'oll.t be in a" passion," said Harry. his heart. ( Kodol i THE GARDEN SECTION

this year in Richmond was band gave a supper to a number of "I o ike the favor to walk upstairs, if

reached only after the executive committee his friends at the home of .Mrs. Touardon I you please, and we will speak upon the' 0- 0:10Pensacola:

had given careful and reepect- Sunday e\ening. A goodly! ] ,number!. business; T.tFJLRODOL ;

ful consideration to the invitations! were present and a"l'ry pleasant "Not I. Mr. Harry! said the carpen Florida.
ter. You owe me flmj already, andif .
from a number of representative evening was spent.
I conic will up yon owe me -
Southern cities. The invitation to I leave you." I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus

Richmond was .cordially!! and earnestly DOWN IN A SALT MINE

presented by the Richmond Education AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT? Beautiful Lots for Sale.
An Ot'I..lourb.n One' Dignity
Association! the
Unusually! hacking and
M.T He Sot .\\hI t'. a cough a
I Chamber of Commerce the Governorof It Is only the elect amen; travelers general feeling] ot weakness often pesnWhatYc.tit 40x137 feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord-

Virginia the Legislature, the who find their way to I'.erchtei-pidej, |leading is tf supposed) fatal results to have alter passed the the)patient John Shepyard, Ilargis' Pharmacy ing to location and surroundings.

f State Department of nducation. tho In Ha\'arla, n..t"lorY' far from Salzburg danger point. Foley's Honey and Sidney KaLn. -

,; University of Virginia, Washington writes a <'Vi'r""pull.ll'ut of the Good
Tar is \
; guaranted to cure the ril'P"' __. \Exceptionallij Neighborhood, Beautiful View
: and Lee University, and many other London Taller. If J'lIn drive in a carriage cOII h" and make you strong and n
High Fertile Lands.
representative institutions of the from thence by road you are iHopp.vl \'(,! Ir never fails!! to stop a: coil h j Dry

laidway! at a customs: house if taken in time Take no suijstilutes. _GOLAY_

commonwealth.The and find jonrself lPninru'lri:1I1 tf- ._ The grandest opportunity for investment ever
conference will for
open organization --- --- Grist and Corp Jfieal Mills
ritory fur 1.1 rariUI. I'.i'rohtesL'aden! is'' j offered in Pensacola.
in Richmond on the afternoon beautifully situated! and it has two "NEW SCHEDULE.

of April 2:d. in the Academyof noteworthy! attractions one of their i. F. GQffZJUEZ 4 CO., Prop I, Rome Seekers Should See These Lots,

Music on Eighth street between the Konlcccp! thought: by many the' OF Manntactcreri

Grace and Franklin streets The formal uio.t beautiful Like in the world, and I' OUOICKMKALANU; I'l'IlEGKOUWI

opening will occur on the e\en- the other tli
salt uiiiies !gives, one an exciting hour. Patronize Horne Inaustry far there hvery I
ing of he 22d, at which time the J. N. ROGEKS. Manager.
Many tourists take tickets: at the t"p, reson: you should buy your Meal .atitoc'k I Corner Garden
Hon. A. Montague; Governor of Lave teed from tub Uom<> Maoafuclorec Brut Streets.
but many of the fair sex sire doterredfrom Freeport Monday, and for by so doing yon encourage home tndat- :
Virginia will deliver the address of using them when they M-O the lhu--djy mornlllArrive' \!*. try Yoorn'one111leftlothfl community I

welcome, and Mr. Robert C. Ogden costume that Is rendered essential t-j at rVn-acoa: Monday and irr you In turn are Indirectly ticneOtedicfosterlnv j I K.O. BREST, Wd.1l KNOWLKH, W, K. 11YKE, JR., J. H, RBPB6.Prealdent. : .
niaht. the aome manufacturer rot i .
will present the annual address of the visit. In other words, they hare to Thursday jODUlbnie to tbf caaieof labor. You ow I Vlc-PrelllSdDt. CkiUler. An't Ctiblcr
Leave Pelt?acQl; Tuesday and : It to theoomnally In wblot yon live act
the president.The nband sl-irts and adu,;'t a special
Frid! iy night. i vblob oooir bo'eitorourfcupoort.
interest of the program will "ris out." >ne may frequently 1 observe Arrivfi at Freeport Wednesdayand

that ladies, torn U-tWfcw what they Saturday: morningWISKKI First TNatiollalBank0r ]
t continue until its close on the evening {
consider iu'icsty( and curiosity, ?o two
t of the 21th. Representative educators -
or three tiuirs to the mines I before they : ..Y '4CII.I' 1.JJ' r i iI i

statesmen men of letters screw up their fnura'-'e::: siiticieitly! to ,
and men of affairs will be present dolt the attire nnd pay the xis'.t. PENBACOLA..
from every section of the country. The nevfs.-ity for women to abandon i II II
Much Importance will he.en to I the usual garment: arises: from the fact I I I
that Trains leave frVnsacola for the L.H.Bayou. II. KNmVLKS W. A. BLOUNT F. C. BRENT. H. K. HYER J-
:i iHrtion of the mine ran only be .
such subjects as agriculture and tech- Big Unvou WsrringtonNait rar.
visited thtou.-li the niediuui of a kind an nical education, and there will be opportunity t0gr-aphg
of slide.! This; slide N. !linwe\er. the fl:30 rrtve at tort KarraacM TUt i ,
for the discussion of such: 10:00 A. m.Arrive at Fort Barranca: 10:.. a.i 'I I IOp
topics as the consolidation of schools best thing In the wh.iK vi'-.t.: It is a 1:011p.marlveatFort. Kranoii l..6p i _( z s. l"nla'ux! street.av : r rl Ud n flei%! A Bj !
a td
great Letter than t"IJ'ofrcauing.; 8SO p. m arrive at tort Uarriucai 4:16 TUhp p te:15p.marrlv.atortL'arrancss ; n X 1 i :
and the improvement of public schoolhouses and r.s ui.e is i.i the dirk mal wall Rsrrancai --- -= 3Y
'StUp.m.arrlveatFort :(up.sTrains
and school surroundings.! The I only a candle>ned to one's dress cave. Fort Barrancas for PSUM
I it is not l.ttlo: e\i-itii cola at .' :'.::.: -.'\ .
has been a : -s .
conference always espl'c'tally ; 7:!.>"m arrvat l*"n< ja
interested in the problems connected The stranj.'wt incident; in the trip is IIS p m. arrivfbtrasacolr.: .,_ll:<5 p.t Crerw'.ny. c -iStr, l'..11, Holland, Spain, EelgJam! .Rusa' ? I
t that of the illuuination! of what is J.irf p. m. arrlvr at Y tnwoola___ r s4 p r vid' !
with! the rural sl'hml.Tht' eallv'J "!h,' s:'It l\ke." Von are r'vretiacross 5:00: p n> ftr.-ive at Paasajola. 6.45 p r R -r....r, Awe !\I.-J.: ''''"irx .u a .tl: ,.r European countries
TWp.m. arrive at Pnaescala.! T tip a
to themeeting
lvcal arrangements as this Like in almost al .outednrkurss. 'Sip. m. arrive .: Fea'icoj.._ 1 -\"f'JBch IMstcreel hw MOB
: :
upon Terms, and: sl! I
of the
are in the hands exwutup yatarasyeo'drrasa .
the illumin.-ition being pr<>- .. i ObUraUoi; Takan Payable at Port cf Destination: Ten or Fifteen r. I
committee of the RichmondEducation rtit'll! by a nuuiUT ff lunKrs* lini;>s >K WFeK 1>ATB.reciacoia alter Vessel \rrHS l iefe.9'S .
to tort Barranca a-id retara.Peaacolato
Association P. O. Box Cs<. round the lake. alai the
j.-urncy has avery :ill')' Yard and<< retara.? IPeniaoola WHISKY
Richmond Va. The program, in full, considerable: "'eil' nt'"s. The nest to Fnit-tlo He.cb and rf'-.Dr: ItiC .. r4\ty Deposit Boset: for Rent in Connectloo
liest !in 1fD4 V .IOHKJ: e.wbta :. with which hr.TO Prira
vlll be published at an early date experience the trip is the Cnal wo % p&rtment for the UU
R+4:!)*r p"f-n t* tte rtinain '
ride! iLto diyrgit tat the trucks. ThisIs ; of 11. l1t4'lr..
The plans for the week will! Inciilmie opta eoaehee. i
a journey t'arous'a! nbsi.lute darknessfor : ..... .
ftnitajl LT roil
vt Riv.oI "
public service in memory of Dr. n very considerable way uut.l final- a. m 1C .. in. es l.ew I DR.
Curry. 11 a. m ID m1p.m. II KIND'STRY I i: PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
ly one M'Il llttL': Team of light lathe .

Arrangements as to reduced fares dNtance. Altogether, as I have t p. m i p. os: I NEW DISCOVERYFOR I I ,

ever the railroads and as to hotel I said bftwttn the tobotfiun\ slide, the I..m'p.m 5 f.m: m. II i I W. C. ROWE, M. D.

and boarding house arcommolatIJn.1 car ride and the Journey across ip.m. THAT COLD.
the salt lake the visitor! ; to the P.orchtesgaden 9p.m. fp.m. Office: 17X S. Palafn.
a ill be announced within a days. I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
salt mine has iKnty: for hs! rla roa.atlOa7Pen.suolato r Roan Iron 9 to 8.30 a. m. and I to 8p !S
Parraccai !Vary Cures
money. But curiously enough, he sees \ are InS r tora _._ A =tz 1. Consumption.Coughs and after o'clock
very little salt At the Ftnucolt to Pall'utto i-II and Colds
rate Bronchitis
PEARL & OOLIVE' any Asthma
retdra._ _____ 110 I I Phono 60.
salt that one uses on ones break. Nefiht .1..rt ..... l-ld wWAfcfflfflff PneumoniaHayFeverPleu- I I
fast table is not at all in evidence.1MENANDWDMEN.. -
Call on them at the corner of Garden ADBLICHnniBEVEfiAGB, risy LaGrippe Hoarseness
and Alcaniz street for carpenter 1 ,
and electrical work.or phone 6tW.L A SAFE ItlMDliUT Sore Throat, Croup and
I CBE. r.eBtgGf.rnnn.toral i A ATTORNEY T-LA VI.I .
I.I.itl.a durh.rtwmfammnuao., Thesetiny Capsules ;re lperlcr. Whooping Cough.
G.-i ttr. irriuuom or ntt'rrltlonmettoutter.t / A IHlOi) MELIGINE.t I Office*-009 Thiesen Bull-Jin/.
I RiI&iiB
to of .
W. PEAKE of mnpom tnetohrann.rr.n.urune. Copaiba. r"\ ; NO CURE. riO PAY.
.. PatnieuanInetutrin- r-be Price Office Hours 8:30 to 1 ;-..
LJd Injt'ctlIf.JtYh sac. and St. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE a. m. { '
JCo. SO Pouth Palifox etreetkerps I Iull s. TsEIYLsSC.r ri1Co, gent or poixmotu. For Sale byDannlleisser i
Trey hum tb 48 hours the \LLi I -- --
bell wire and all kind of Oct ltltlc Sold by Droalria. I, I 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. m.Prftctle .
Lsa, cr ffnl m slam vnriwr.f t,'''" -1\;." "'Ill''..1''JY'11.. J Bres.I Cleaning ladies skirts and wain I In all t&te and federal c""''.
Have him
electrical supplies.Call 203. l o t .F It eaprrr.p>. ,r 3 fc-ml'S**:d.75.fort .'. ,:. im n d. et t',"tl GG'ST1 i U one of c".r specialties. Star Laun All bnslnt-ei entrusted to me will rt-c- f"
Jour work. phone i Circular seat CB rrauat I I dry. I prompt and diligent atteotiOB.



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'"GREGSON'S t k: ; ,::; Physicians Recognize ;.( i t JI41:

I i 1There's : :.. the remarkable tonic and construct1' ; ;

LATEST"I I ? ive qualities of f :
r!I; ,qqr

ffi' a Saying II li By CICELy ..fiLLEIt/ I I tU'EUSER ; 'ffi't :. 'hi\
\ I. BUSCH' -
I I ----- l i :; : ljS

That GOLS without Saying I: III i C f/r/fW, lX!. ly f/ie ii ifif' tn
i; ,. ,'j| S. S. JJcClurc Company it M : d
I I t .
I Rl
'tt ,11;,;, 1, \1 t".'.
Aj?t' It bad bcroEe a lyword in the college "AU __.. .p.
: '
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town loo; before Gregson reached ;
I, hh! junior! year. There had been one : It is endorsed and prescribed by the '+ 1

J UneedaBiscuit torte: love affair after :another none of [best doctors. The ..ideal food-drink, J;;'l.1tJ!'"t: L>=;t;

them cry serious so far as Gregoon '! : -' 'ft.
invigorating t
sustaining, NOT intoxicating. {Iii' tii:
was concerned, but with Just enough !t,
i sentiment and a few heartaches and It contains 14.60$ genuine ;"'fj\ '' 1 I t" ..

t tears oa the part of the young women F nutritive extract and less than 1% of "' -1 Ii
to leave memories like those of delicately alcohol. '....\ 1It' a'
: crushed rose]caves. 110.

S First there had been the demure Sold by druggist Prepared t>y .. "t'l,,, n \J', ''

,\ youn; daughter of Professor Ue- ;;. ..ifI'I 11'.

>,t'I bchelle. who was suddenly and not Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n ''r ;irtr';

unwlstly sLipird: oft to Berlin for a it "
i I year's GniShiu;;. Then .Miss ISowdoin, I St. Louis, U. S. A. 1.j.}
'I' I daughter of a St Louis millionaire I Orden promptly filled by ,JI.\o-w' 1
} The soda cracker you have heard so much I can.e to vine her brother through ALFRED MOOG. Wholesale Dealer. Pensacola. t't t ,;#i- 1

': about. Sold only in the In-er-seal Package. I pneumonia and afar moetln? Gregson I: wiles: subtle 'or ; but
I otherwise a as':
j":"/ remains so Ions that her father ih'licioiisly ingnruus.lnd;:; HIOHM-JTS! EST FOR THEE i
I I'
; I wrote !In-julrins: whether they nov. I Those pel'feet; Lis'aes sweeping a peach ti .,,1;l.d+! :

I ijuarantini'd nurses In pneumonia blow! dll..k"hlt! was Flie doing In j i ,
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY cases.! 'flnext little arairis more this God forsaken eolllltrHe \\ouU Y

., Bi-rious ho far as the elder Uregson's ask her the next tine they mt.o; i # \ G. ,. +'

parse was I'onuomed, and scs.e: of the he Would tale Ills-brow; when he got : if yon Haven't a "'ivmilur,. h.iltlr movement of lee ..I I ",, ';
., .
O> 1 I. rri-rr. day j re 1:1 ur ..i 4. Krrp JuuTponao 's' .
college !
men are wondering to this 'E
I. day ..
r1L ho-LC. Corue to think of i it. Dbrow ; n. i. ;ii- i L r -.lull- .JI'or TW .1 .c'-
-- Low much Tottie \'lIu1n: of "TheD.zl'r" Lntph"ortpJll. r"> ',I' daD!" .-. Tim f moolt)* .rb ,
had had iier picture, alons; with h ssister's >.1,....".t. un.'|,-n ii. "..1If Wtrjiuiu tbe l>9WCII ';.!li) ,H', -
: named as the priceof "r..w eJ.&A ,410 't .
I company ttnl mother's, oa his wall at lit ;
: CAL PERFECTION ]! o.r*. s T o it x;Alt9 nab>'.. Hot AVuter Hnlllc.Kvery I withdrawing ht r suit. college.! Perhaps bhe was a relative I CANDY I n ,r'I T' -

"' 'lie: liver is out of or- ,item the Kind y:u Haifl Aiadjln \ 3.1'n'i baby: needs it hut water l>ot- After three years Gregson had what tl>O. CATHARTIC +If Al.r" .
t lira is possible if ; 8ptue! tl-.f-#. tc! ai,.l should have one for his own individual his frleul.s Irreverently termed "a n'l''' Dist-row !hag stayed Lome. At the !, J .. .
I .
-- the right hind of a | r .' ? <2.d'tbt( use. Tor tin first few mouths I as a ju'-s-Vr:! with feminine hearts. The last: moment his mother had Iron taken t..:u; ii i,.'It'>' .'
of Lis existence.' will find this newest girl In town was quite pern-ral i1'
IIrP TleLra Is the coiniiioipaoi I sillily:; : ill. nnlh(' h.ulexlll:1inl..t to Y 1 1 1
df a :liver tonic. It will'! 's, tlie Best for 5c. '! article his warui,*t if not Lis I ly rcfemnl at the end of a week or Grcgson: that 1.1' kited to leave her in !I It'm .Y 't.... j J'/o," 1'.\1"1I
best friend la Itself rubber hot so as "Gre son's latest" and hostesses : 1. I i!. \. I ji
a Water I ; fchajf.: J>!le: I wor :.tyl FO hard .#. '
.r liver to your entire sat bottle is not a thing: of beauty, but I remarked to their young guests: that he might go to college. Andllrcfrvoti + ', l",

I! will provide excellent J. N. ANDREWS may U> ;Ivcn u festive air I! a cover is "Xoo ]look out for UnITY Gre son. h:!J not tIinlt..t: He h.ld met r :t:
\-cellent circulation and I made fur it of white throne or eiderdown my dear. lie Is such a charming fellow and been cordially reeeUwl by manyof EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY (,

Jth. 0* Headquarters for J/t or crocheted of soft white\rooLHarper's. but an Incorrigible absolutely unprincipled th:' nel_!Mlr"! I'"sidi'S: a country lI.nrlck.n'Ak''D t'lcanant. Talalahlo.I'utent...r lnlK'.IU Tane,t 1100d;. and PoO M ccntj4 .'f."I\. I q,'. J-
flirt" Los n'rlta fur tree *aui|>lv, and IwuLlet OB f'
t., who does not wish his was a noielty to him. Fiis- Leilth. Maren taCTERUSG "Ii I + t.r t.
,'' fated, says; I cannot re- SEWING MACHINES. Perhaps these same married women brow was waiting; up for him[ and BC1FDV f01Pl Coder the Itrfrlffcrator.An and chaperons who shook their heads I
: i ft: m extending to you, volun- exceedingly I convenient household over him and then smiled understoodand tl.ey stopped for a smoke on the small KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAM : :\i 'f :

', my sincerest recommendation REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT idea 1.3 to Lave a zinc plate about nine sympathized with him more than porch with masses of fragrant honey --- ------ -- --- ,,
c.--diclne :you prepare and sell 13 !South! I'alafux 8tl'f'et.J. inches square jiorforated at one end I they rcaliz rL In reply to their remonstrance buckles. "d, 6 rl.J.r; ,r
"I'r.'tty gir-1. that MUs Davis, and l' "
In the floor under the drip pipe of the .
the name of IIEPATICUHA.r he would say plaintively; ; t
rather a good sort, I imagine," said HARDBRICK r
r m of its superior qualities refrigerator; covering a pipe tor carrying "Bless your heart: I can't hdp It, now, 6
: away the tvuter..t half Inch wooden honestly.! It Is the girls who take thisso Gr';:Mi can-It: s>ly.DiMirow's '

a '.ncr of tho general system. 1 J. E. t 0 H & CO. molding surrounds the zinc to prevent serluu!>ly. I never do.; Why can'tthey ; l'i.e was t-usper.iicd midway ': ;,''I I rit
ing IIEPATICUILalthough
the spread of the a;dcr. enjoy a dance, a few flowers in the a1:. } f ,> ';
always been agreat sufferer "Vou'-e struck it. Harry No otlnr ,
boxes of candy an evening at the theater f'1 '.,:
mstipalion and colds, I have If before taking butter out of the paper and other little trifles without exluting words would describe her. She is a : / ir i iH iI

atircly relieved from both of 'Contractors t acd Bllildcrsl in which it is wnipj"**! it is immersfd a proposal tacked on the end pood !:sort and"-there was a thort ,

!Invents and I venturo to say In cold water for ono or two of those attentions? I doff want totvarry piUMin: which: IiNbrow w-enifd to beitudylnjj ;

1 to the former, it has noi minutes the paper will l'IIIoft perfectly them. I always tell them, so, Lis pipe tLolIbtfull"l'e, i 1/
PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND clean, thus avoiding waste.A never quite been able to understand
and then mad and I'm I
hare: used only two bottles they get say a

., riCUHA' so far, yet I find ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT reckless flirt and I ought to go on the I'm how not she half could fit fur lute her such, but an a c're wif as Ixvn I. 1 :

weight of 140 pounds has SHORT lOTICE.C .< ,.MFirstClass BAD COMPLEXION. I, stage, where I could make googoo eyes Bwtvthfurts fur years, and I bfliove ALW YS (is ma l
d nearly 10 pounds. blackheads and at the leading lady all the while. Now,
Pimples, muddy
Work guaranteed and for her sake I almost
can wcrconic
i pleasure in recommend I think that's unjust No one understands I i
., I'RA[ to any one desir- References Furnished. complexion which are so common me. I Just want to.enjoy myself any obstacle ?lia bettor me pay the ,I .HALF. : s 7I

the very best constitu- ,1.1lUST 1XTKXIHXCIA. among boys and girls at a certain I to sip lightly; of life pleasures, mortsu.'e on this place and literally! .. .. J .
> I o had. Sold by all a;e, indicate a torpid liter A courseof I but these women take life so seriously. forced me to ctdle4c. SLt's-FLc's a :I:5 .
I HEPATICURA will cleanse the j! .
regular iusplratlon"Gn'gsun's .
If they want to be and hol -TO- .
unhappy ,
-- --- system, regulate the bowels and liver I had ', r r,
pipe pone out and he ,
I low eyed and Ophelia-like and Indulgein Of
c .b.. S T 0 r ::I.A.: and produce a clear healthy complex did nut offer to rellpht It. In a few r fi '
\ Y"i: Haw Atejs: BuLgfJ' ion. Sold by all druggists. a hopeless{ undying passion" why, I moments he rose stretched himself ONE 1 MILLION : ,: \1t.
can't help that now, can I?
ci .Il-r1 lazily and murmured with a depth of l\r" I"H.
&o: it happened that when '
!" // ,y' Judcjin's, the Sor 5e. Gregson feelins quite out of keeping with his .._._ t
-- ------- r. decided to go home with LHsbrow fur attitude t ; '
part of the vacation the sensation created :
Ito Ineax. was profound Gregsou away ")Iall, you're tIIC congratulated.Love Get Our- Prices BeforePurchasing ; : .Ul.a

tOD Q G E DIHEGTOHYKNIGHrS 7: Merchant Did you find out what from Newport and the country club a like hers can keep a fcllt"from 5 ..
that gentleman wanted? thousand miles from a yacht burled doing lots of fool things* : I. '

New Clerk\o. but I found out what on a midwest farm! What would the Too moonlight filtered through the ; :'
OF PYTHIAS. r Le didn't nnnt.1lcrrLnutlti'hatT. girls do, and what would Gregson do? poplar trees and the dorm>r windowbeyoixl JJin'I' ItCapacity

How dare 3"ou- The Intimacy between the two men which lay (:re>yon, his head : i

l'<,n#&! I, > 1)(1'l \,).3. K. of 1'.. New Clerk-And I sold it to him.- I\ was on the surface in rdtgruous. Greg prop!!!*rt on his elltow his pipe pulling : I IC

nifi'Hver* Monday: even Catholic Standard. 1 !and Times. '' son was a typical city man, well vigorously lie was thinking agiin (of'' C -50,000 Daly : ,

I la log the lit 7.j'''mount: at Cad' --tie WatsonKii'ing.tiilrd all nasicr 'I' groomed, well dressed and absolutely I that innocent, half pleading face of i ,,
r.t" \ : floor, --_ =v The safest way to clean n plaster self l'OlIt.1lnf'I1. grandfather had : the wonder in her gentle eyes at his 1, { !, ,''
,_. ..1'1'i jg bret&rca cordially cast h to cover It with fuller's eartL I been one of the few millionaires of his iKrvorly wordinl, half veiled compliments t r t 7

_.. .c.l aei; J.A. LYLK.: I C, K. TAYLOR, and fine, dry wLItlr.g: wrap It In c day; his father was now one of the of the Hush! that might come to :

,. H, Ho,.
H. Artistic Shoemaker, Ismail the powder nway carrfuly, and farm from which he hud wrung: by I when he held her hand Just a trifle ;;I., :
with it will b* removed much if not the literal sweat of his brow a course longer than good form d'enumdod.: Fhe Pine ,: r .
FIXEVOIIIC A Sl'KCIALI: Y. nil of I'M prtmo. knew so little and he ho much lie Barren, Fla. : tf
P.I-ii in Ii lsf :>III. KJ at the ;:rent eastern college.; He wore :I f:1 .
!'u .-\' nlng nt 7H. ati A Night Alarm. ready made clothes, court more for thought of a delicate rl"'IJtlllln1'II<1- '.
Phor.e Xo.?:>. 9 North Palafox St. '
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l'l.iV and UirdenI. I ing slowly, dreamily, until its throl
I I. quhcordolplncitad: Worse than an alarm of fire at his I IxNiks than Ills tub and was extremely
\l.liKKTjUUNSlN, self conscious, easily embarrassed. Ling crimson heart lay bare, and he
't.t C. C. night is the brassy cough of Hut between the two thereuh.11 thought of Ii:-b ow, plain, pl.-lding .1' 's .

I ijm m n [ Knell which, and sounds it means like the death crOUP'j' 11\ jM culIar ailinlt). I IJlsbrowllo had a future to carve ?

something is done quickly. Foley's Gregson drawled as he was packing; i out for himself-and the row'bud. ThenGngson
". II' 1,1:1', N... :$(), 1(. of I1 Honey and Tar never fails to give1 I his trunk for the trip: "Disbrow comes. : set his: teeth hard on his r
".''iK Xi. *: i, KniiUH oliry I pip[; It was out fP 1
If .. instant relief, and quickly cures the I from the stuff our presidents are madeof. .
'\ 'lliur iliv even- "
'ii ihNtrtxtlo Il,lllon worst forms of croup. Jlrs.P. L. Cor- lie might be president some day, r r r sGrre { .']
'.-II At-oll building, diet Mannington.. Ky., writes: and.then I'd bo glad to know him and ;son Was sorting his call Most
.,-.urn.f..nd conM I.:illv gfltrll"...81... OU1b-1 ", Iy three year old girl had a severe get :l foreign post. Not for the world of the cnveloiK-s were small and distinctly 1 !
It. .AI.LSIOX ; case of croup; the doctor said she would he admit a disinterested affection feminine in their chlrography.! ,' ,
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t.; t;. could not live. I got a bottle of Foley's r :, J
.1.; .. Honey and Tat; the first dose for this awkward chap toward One bore his father's office addrittf in JEillKUTDAILY
gave quick relief and saved her life." whom he had been so strangely and the comer. He read this first 'nnt! .
I Refuse substitutes. W. A': D'Alem- unselfishly drawn. Awl so: be landedat turned to DUbrow with an air of \' 'r '
I. O. O. F. To all parts of the country.The berte 121 S. Palafox street the Disbrow farm with a selection mingled surprise and regret that was a ', ,t ... ;:','t.l.1

of clothing which though a credit to credit to his versatility. ; ,; .} ; It IjoiJj*'' No. 4 Hot French Waffles with his good breeding In Its simplicity, yet "The }pater wants me to run over to 'i i I'f.r. '.t

,I I'i. f,'Uv,t'l..ndt'II\a wcnlng at 7 Hreet.r ::!>> ettfr Southern Express Company Florida Cane Syrup at stamped Mm as apart from the men London ou a little mission for him, BO MENUS ;:, l

'. < a cordially mcltad.C.Juu.ts7usN. receives and forwards freight among whom be was to move for the 111 have to be If'u'wtOIDOrrow or
: U. Solomon nest few months. Grcgson would be next day. I'm no end sorry, "'-i>fdally Comprise all the Up-to- i ', ',.$; ..' i
: \, Sccretiiry.K. and valuables of all '
money, descriptions : r''i J
I well dressed in Jeans and could give a afoot the fishing trip I won't bare to Date Dishes the Mar i .
II I to all parts of the country, : UNITED STATES MARSHAL'SSALE. certain twist to a bargain counter tie Spirit lake; but business Is business." kets of the World I : 1'yt.< : x"'t\

OF L. with connections for Canada, :Mexico that made It quite his own. At least Dlsbrow was genuinely diuwulnted! Aflopd. .j I t I'J'

Havana, Cuba, European points, i that was what Alice Davis had ovt-r the sudden termination of Greg- i rs.
I. \-M-mbly No. l.>03. ."f Northern District of Florida. thought while he danced attendance BOII'S visit They had plamu-d so many t J: : '
etc. -> i y.Ladies' .
her at the strawberry festival short Jaunts to the L1kl'ti, but dur-
M >: dxylneschmonth. By virtue of an Order of Sale Issued upon up :
SXELL.W, ll.TUARP M. W., The Southern Express Company out of the United States District Court given by the Union church. Her eyes ing the fortnight already spent there Private !Ij( ;;

Secretary. operates on 30,000> miles of first- for the Northern District of Florida, had told him this and morn had tarn too much for him to look Jl1 t,
- class routes, and in connection with on the ninth day of March. 1903, notice lIe was: thinking It all over as he after on the farm. He voiced this feeling Dining Parlor. Y' : ?
I I is hereby given that I will sell drove home alone, with the scent of as he watched Gn'gvon i( ck. "+.I l at{:
The Beer the Adams Express Company, on I by public auction, for cash, on Tues loamy upturned earth bearing him "I wanted: you to we more of Alice, il""' .f .
through wa}'- itls, with through day the twenty-fourth day of March, company along the moonlit road. Alice too" be said. "She's not Just the sort '1.. ".

That Made cars and through messengers: performs 1903. at 12 o'clock., at Apalachicola lacked stile lie could easily pictureher J'U'I"C UMH! to, but in her way she's Regular Dinner Daily. -at. TTltl f.:
Fla., the American steam .
screw as getting hopelessly tangled up one in a thou!'alxl. And you'd learnto
a unified service, constitutingthe \1JI.
"Alpha" her engines boilers \
ma "
in a trained gown.. She displayed! no like her. i
largest system of tho kind in chinery boats, tackle, apparel appurtenancps "I know I shouldn't," answrred Greg- Short Orders J t J": .
Promptly bt
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nN a R F rAM O U the world. ., c-.sV* *.*... -(* lies at the, and, as she now I -- eon, kneeling to fold some trousers. I'Hlffl, Night or flay H JJ.,t d.:I ( :

Money Orders are sold at all T McGOUIUN, YOU .FEEL SICKAnd "'\\111OU tell her fur me if I don't see I I" .r :.1 '

-ISVICTORIA- agencies of the Southern Express United States Marshal: her again, that I consider you the two 11 1 : I'
llm lOt. wonder'hat's the luckiest people of my acquaintance, IClt'i HometblDR Good( to Eat 'If':
Company at reasonable hours. Re you matter. and I'm corning back when you are :you wish,you'll fled It at '
Your head aches feel tired and .
ceipt is given and money is refunded married and settled 1 "
'-:.U: 'E BY ACME BREWING CO.l if order is lost. CHOICESTOF nervous hare no appetite and can't Hut lJi ,brow did not catch the words Nick Apostle'sPopular '+. j'., ..f.t
sleep. The trouble lies in the stomach.It murmured under the other man's (' i
>ls: r lu-ChIXT: I50TILK BEEllIN This is the cheapest way to send Restaurant '
has become weak, and cannot breath, "bet not until then." 4 .giu .
TOWN.IHNNHEISSER. small remittances by mail or other therefore Takea ,i
I do its work properly.
wise. f FDUIIS AND COHf EC110NERI 1 now' Tighten Cane Seal ..4I t
BROS dose of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters IMWWW ,
li:. W. FOWLER, To tighten the cane scats of chain } ::'I
before each meal. It will restore the
f., 'S FOR THE CELEBRATED Agent. Pensacola, f Fla. turn the chair upside down and wash .
-e'rC.APOSTLE'S- appetite, insure perfect digestion and well with and Water.
the cane' soap .
I. f, Harper f toiey.g. Branch Offices: sound sleep and make you feel bet Leave it in the open air to dry, and if.the CMICMtfTII'U ENGLISH J ; i.,

J. B. Roberts, Depot Store. ter. No other Spring. medicine Is as canes are not broken the Beat will r EMMY tO AI Pills t '
Jas. Hanson, Cor. Alcaaiz and .t !ti
good. Try a bottle. be as good as new. "
'f '::. H'U;l'-401 paiafox street. Gadsden.J. 1 14 East Gmrnrat>!t St., f .. CIIICln.TER'S. La4"Dr E..GL1S1i_" I' t";>.. "}.
K- : I':. Williams, Cor. DeVilliers and now to Hake Head. I. 'CI.D ae 10..4 alle M? >
Exchange-Opp. Union Depot. Jackson.Sol Formerly Cordova Restaurant 8tantf HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH One pint of yeast, one pint of boner, I. 11 Ua tnwun.e.Tde_'.fow.. or eaMtltetlw... .Nleniefw ur Liu.xaoN j' :. :. 1
P. u. B.)x 2sl. Pensacola, Fla. six quarts of water and spices tor'suit Ml P:....>>lnapa to...uI.. k u J}} 7 a,
Palafox and Inten- .
Cahn Cor. One: car-load of Pineapples at 11.71to "ReJI.rr..Ia, ......... nyo i : ti
taste. Make as you would homemadebeer Ln t/.lL! rrrwt..w.. '
1'houe3116 BITTERS own \
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dencia. .. ... "
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per t' j
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.. the same time setting himself up as TOURISTS AND SETTLERS.Each Oldest and Largest

the people's champion and defender.He winter season the several Over 50 years ago. Doctors took right West Florida.Agency

solicitude for the
professes great systems of railroads leading into

dear people; he sheds tears for their the South display commendable en hold of it. Keep their hold yet. The ESTABLISHED JS(; ;.

: Entered a; the Post Omce at PenS sufferings; he is wroth at the ergy in reaching out for the tourist

;; MOOla, Fla., second class matter. wrongs heaped upon him by some- travel to the excellent resorts that oldest best Sarsaparilla-Ayer's. J.C.AywCo..
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OFFICE: -PUts Building 211&fiovth body, the Lord only knows who, and are to be found in this section. They

Palafox street iip-stairs. it is all assumed for the sake of getting spend thousands of dollars for print Hoouiles Bros1INSURANCE

an office. er's ink, distributed among the magazines -
THE IEWS and newspapers, and their little stiff fine, but the boy was told

Terms: Invariably in Advance. HUSH. UP AND GET TO WORK. able and active agents 'are practically to 'go back on your vessel and behave

.One Year by mail: .. ,. . .J5 00 It does se'em'as though the senators omnipresent, singing seductive CAUGHT AT RANDOM yourself.: That's what I call
.: Six Months .. .. .. .. 250 ]I man"th
One week by carrier, payable Monday from the southern states were songs of the delights of spring and the right the right place, and

.. . . .. ... .. 10 carrying their partisan program altogether summer weather to be found "In the let me say that circumstance has AND

Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap to far when they feel calledon South even in the dead of winter. All "Sea travellers tell me that in spread throughout the fleet. Pensa

plication.TELEPHONE to oppose every measure that the that these agents say is true, of Constantinople there are more dogs cola will not lose anything by having REAL ESTATE

republicans favor, no matter what course, and they and their principalsare than children in the street! and at such a man to guide her des ,

NO 118. the measure or how meritorious it to be congratulated upon their night the hldious noises made by tines."
309 South
may be. It is not good politics and busines acumen and public spirit in them are something; awful," said a Palafot"'trrrt[" >

.(uNI N LABEL) will lose the party many votes. The I bringing the facts to the attention visitor. "Life is almost unbearableto "A stranger don't know how filled
this town is until he starts out to Phone 22. f PEXS.VCOLA
will, in time lose faith in the I up
people ,
of the public at large. By doing the stranger but the natives do .
look for a room," said a visitor
party leaders who always oppose! this they are conferring a benefaction not seem to mind it a great deal,
IUBA 10LA. JUROR :]i 8 1903 yesterday. "I arrived Sunday even -
? everything and favor nothing. The upon a considerable element of rather, they enjoy it. This thought
people have come to believe that the ing and was two hours looking fora
the northern population, who other
occurred to me today as I was in the GKXEKAL AJ i\is
Those canal amendments would United States should build a canal room that was any way suitable.
wise might 'remain in the frigid
cars encircling the city, when I believe
look BO much more appropriate ifcoming across the isthmus and are impatientat North the and suffer And I was not alone in this hunt, fir
during season I saw as many dogs in the The
from the attorneys of the any unnecessary delay. The people several parties were with me and Equitable
the inconveniences of zero weather streets as children, and I regret to

transcontinental railroads. of the southern states are especially with its attendant chilblains and say some of the animals presented others were on the train who were

anxious for tne canal to be coal bills. as badly off as myself. That opera Life
a far more respectable appearance.
The Hartford Ala. Times Inquires Society
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built for, while it is intended for tourist company had an exceedingly difficult
In thus working the
if the "The up Dogs, however, were of every description -
expression shorter" is correct.nightsare the good of the nation-the whole business the railroads benefit themselves size and color. Some were time finding a place to stay, and I Of the United Slates.

growing country-it is known and admitted saw them still on the hunt long after
What do you sav, about it? and the South, as well as the hungry looking, others well fed apparently HENRY B. HVI::, Founder.
that it will be of greater commercial dark.
should not the
tourists. Now why but a majority looked as
to the most southern states and Strongest in "
The tariff is a tax burden upon the help roads go further, and devote relatively if the hardest problem in the world the World.

consumer; the occuptation tax is a of peculiar benefit to southern sea as much time and tact in was the maintaining of body and : -

burden on the producer. The poor jxirt cities on tne gulf and on the working up an immigration movement soul, and were pitiful specimens to FIREMEN OF I OUR VVARRNGTON ACE CV.
Atlantic. Yet that the -
we see opposition
laboring man has to pay them both. into the South as they giveto he allowed on the public streets.
to the treaty with Columbia, by the tourist business? Can it be The NEWS isonsale
When I am told that the city has a I by Mrs m,

The democrats are wasting their which we are to acquire the rightto doubted that, with an..*qual amount dog tax, I suppose a great revenueis Keefe at Warrington. who isautKjrz.

time in some towns organizing construct the canal comes from of atention given to the bringingof derived.Vhat's." THEJ.UZON 4 ed to receive and receipt for any sj>

Hearst clubs. Hearst is a good man'not the representatives of these statesin settlers into the South, the most ,jscriptions. Residents of the reseda-

to nominate for the the senate. The only thing about results follow? tion now be
presidency.That I ratifying .would. the matter with givingto may supplied w:th copies

\ which there is any excuse to quibbleand With the several big; systems work Admiral Higginson some articleto WILL BE COURTMARTIALED AT I of the paper several hours after the

chaplain in the Kansas legislature hesitate is the amount to be ing in unison, distributing information remember his visit here," said a I issue leaves the press.
who paid and this Is already agreed to, so ThE PENSACOLA NAVY YARD
put up a special prayer to home-beekers and offering gentleman. ".;\ loving Clip, for instance
lor the democratic members that's settled. The points these MATTRESSES
was and settlers OF ALL
rates to investigators would be in appropriate FOR THEIR MUTIONOUS CON- GRADES
not far out of way. lie probably felt southern 'nators are contending for there are reasons for thinking that harmony with things, and many FROM $1.50 TO 1250. SIXTY

that democrats who were forced to have o do with the keeping: possession DAYS FREE TRIAL
at least a part of the tide of such good purposes could be serted. The DUCT. ON OUR LAVt!

associate with Kansas republicanswere of the canal after it is built and travel that is now going to the admiral I know, would appreciate NATED FELT MATTRESSES. TRY

sadly and continually in need being allowed to control it 'for all the ONE. MARSTON & QUINA.
Northwest would be diverted to jit I and would carry recollections of

of prayers. time. They profess great fear of a South. To bring settlers-home- his visit to Pensacola with him allover I Several firemen of the Isla! de Luzon
posibility that Columbia might driveus
builders, farmers mechanics etc.- the world. It would, for one will be subjected to trial before a general OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTlE'S
Young Mr. Rockefeller has arouseda
away and take it herself sometime '
great deal of derision by a speech unless'we have it right down in black -into the sections adjacent to their I' thing,' always make him rememberhis I court martial at the Pensacola. Fine oysters today. Try them
lines would mean for the railroads pleasant stay at the port he engaged NIC
before what we may call, for lack and white that she relinquishes all navy yard this afternoon the body POSTLE.
the building u}) of their sourcesof in during his young manhood i
of a better description, a get-rich- claim to it forever. And this sudden I having been formed this morning.
permanent income. Developmentand days and would certainly hold a CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR
quick Sunday school class, by declaring fear close
comes so o'ir recent
settlement of lands along the place in his great heart dear to the I I The accused, it is rumored will be THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BE3
his opposition to gifts of boasted readiness to fight three great
roads means more freight and pas i'ensacola people. It was with him I tried for mutinous conduct recently ROOM, AT MARSTON & QUINA'S.
money. Sympathy, sa'sIr. European powers if they hit Venezuela -
senger traffic and thus increased alune the would
ships enter
is what people need, and he another lick. 'j &Ie objections i shown on a cruise of the vessel, details -
earnings for the roads. The new here. lie kept them from Gal'eston's -
proposes to deliver) any part of the interposed by Mr. Morgan are sufficient away of which were refused on appli- t'WHY NOT THE BEST ?.'VTflE
in South Georgia
cane syrup industry \ bar, wouldn't think of let
deck-load of sympathy that: he car to serve the purpose of anyone gives the railroads a powerful argument ting his fine ships endeavor to pene- j cation. It is stated, however, that
ries to any person in need of assis- who wants no canal built, but
to place before prospective) em- | trate the. great Mississippi ami now the men refused duty before the vest f ERCTST1R1S1ER
tance. People have laughed at young need not be considered by anyone t
grants of the Northern and Middlo is quoted as speaKin up for this *l
< reached tJl' shores of the Tnite-l
)lr. Rockefeller and have made no favoring it as worthy of serious at
states. One prosperous farmer contrib.iting place: st Mobile, where! lie went on
mistake in laughing Hut something tention. So then, if it be admitted States but to what extent is not
regularly t') the lines ought Hartford. Instead of CO.
the keepinghis
might be said in defense of his that the United :States is justified! I known. An open refusal is said to I
to be worth more to a railroad than essels the it is
big on more, as .: _
scheme. It is right to this extent, in spending! two or three hundred -
two tourists, who may make one trip in his power to do he allows them hate ben made to orders from ship's I I Having been awarded: the c nt: "
that poor people do need sympathy. millions fur a canal across the isthmus officers. for carrying the U. S. Mail betw'
ain. But thereis
:and never corae a ; all the idleness pos&ible remaining
They need money, too contrary to the only thing to do is to go at i the L. & N. Depot and Tost lit"
no reason why the tourist business here and the Among tho.e who will compose the |
at anchor allowing city,
and al-o
\Ir. nllch.'fellf'T'eneroUi: throrie It. the exclusive bagg'gc': : IT,
but the money without the sympathydoesn't shcu'd be slighted in the least degree tier merchants: and business men to court are Captain Edward Taussi; ol ,I i ltje on all trains: e ntf riuu: Ii t ",

I while working up the immigration derive the benefits accruing from the mvy yard; Captain hatch of the we are prepared to transfer Inst.: !
go far.-} P. Lc.innp, in CulUers IT IS NOT TRUE. and
business. There is no co.iflict marine corps; Paymaster Ua'this of pns-euj"i3 to and from alltels '
the ships stay. Now I find he has ,
( Advertiser.
Weekly.Now Montgomery ) I, ; residences and trains, day
IT a recent issue of the World between the two classes of traCic. further aided in advancing notoriety the local station, Chief SailmaKer night.

I! Uoth could be handled easily and at Watklns: Commander Forse, Li ut.
instituted -
to be
for the ci'y by causing
how co'ilJ the battles-hips do Work there appears the following Prinnt & REliable Service GrtJ:
letter than stay in FetHacola till assertion: i the same tine by the great systems here a series of land drills. James and Second-class Fireman F. null!II I ,

I that control the railroad situation in Resides interesting the OIlH'itle'orl,1 P. O'Crien. The court i is in session We also conduit a Freight II>, IT-
May. Unless they! made Pensacola a The dominant northern opinionyet
the South. There are tens of thmsani'.s h' this afternoon and it will probably ery u"ineshaul! ; ,iallos. ', -
generally in these rmop'iu'rs: ,
station olton and holds! the d.tctrino that
regular came stayed firmly to machinery and furniture at livable
of acres of desirabV! lands in conclude its labors before tomorrow
has caused the city, harbor, navyyard
long. The ,navy yard should befitted no political discrimination should! be Prices.

with every appliance and convenience made against the negro simply because the section awaiting the coming of I and section to come, before the nisht.j Telephone your order to K R

energetic immigrants to sue forth The laIn de Luzon moved from her Puu's Livery Sublet: Phone
for refitting; repairing and of his color or race; that he notice of heads of tho different departments MM. H. H. HallmiuLV!
tioiintilul harH'sts.rill not the railroads and has taken Ile.-i
original anchorage a
reinforcing the squadron. Since it shall hate the door open( for him for and there U no telling ;' Phone 3.jl.MERCHANTS.

is In direct toichith the Alabama all! the privileges of citizenship amithat aid in getting these lauds settled t where it will end. Ity all rol'anslet's heiih directly opposite the navy yar .

mines, why not have a big Got era- when he proves personally fit with weaith-pruuueers-5avan-: give him something, and lot it in order to be near the court chamber i i iItefore TRANSFER CO.

: meat ship yard too? The nation is he shall not be excluded because he nah >.ews. be a lo\ing"cup." j she goes into the docks, itwas i MU3.lI.lLHALLMAISK.Prop.HAKKV .

.\Iabaa.lissis<,iJpi. Louisiana slated this afternoon, the vessel j
just beginning to realize! the true is a negro. I
and Texas lime organized what they Nashville railroad run into the harbor and take i : (
The Louisville and may up
worth of the slate-Itviitild: bo .1 That may be "the dominant
call a "} our State Immigration will soon have with tli" onerav-:; a position near tll that of the flagship ]! L.4X.K. K.lO.J'.Bmll'.AA 1>1V.
I popular movement to keep up with northern opinion" in theory, but the
I. public oplniun.TimE'sl'nion.Jacksu11'ile author of the quotation knows thatit [I I
is not fixed to receive i3 not true in practice. The ne- the railroads for this purix e. Let will appear in print in many years. | .Sitrple bottJps of Dr. Kt'mer's I PENSACOLA

visits from Uncle Sam's MS battleships Sroes r-ct'l\e Ks cvnisileraiion In G' oriiIUlII; Fl"rUa tVio-I One:: in pirticular i"? from view? fiwuinp-il"n5, thotcrrat kid ney, liYfir I

but it determines t-i rejoice the Xorth today than they do in the I state league fur the! sanw. 1I'rjOi I taken on the top of the eleveator: /l1111'| and bladder rcuittly, are being distributed -: Pressing ClubFOR

anyway. \\',elI. there is no objection South. Up there they may enjoy some I -CHICAGO RICEFAD. I is a sort of hird'.e'e'iew of the harbor here from house, free. Have I
to that town l.aung a share in the social privileges not aoeordod then'lcre I It required a film! over five fer-J you received ? ,

bonor anti glory, but none of the but they are far less free industrially (Southern Pacific Literary new.\ffier.1 Bureau.) Ions to make thU view, and if thej j GENTLEMEN.

: solid pfrquMt** E" in that .1i..,, t ion, Th. negroo of the South Chicago has taken up a engraver does it justice it will prove See Hudgins new style of label. I
have with Ipun-gruwn cereal, and in a manner I a great feature in the HOW p'lbllCl1! 1!
practically equal rights I
Now, nobody will credit the statement the whiles in all lines of labor antIl'Ir.sunr.ort that bids fair to call widespread at- tion which the railroad company will ;Ii (a..1 Fri..n..hl"ftl'r ". One Dollar Per Month

Jtention to the recent rapitl developjnunt :I shortly itsae.Ve are doing this .\ a frfil! is f.\M.ty >!1l4' I U apt to
that "tho Times-Union calUcverjbojy and in Jjjj1gScept
everyl: ex
1 la
of another "infant industry" in ; that results will nuiko friends o( 111.\1'1'.1; vroi'.i.tivoin- Advance to Membership.
tint differs [ because we are sore
a demagogic political and social equality
I the southwestern states. Over ItumI i offieial.Ilhotographers j l'l1- I.thl'r than tlio-.o she has kiimvn in Clothes Cleaned) and Pressed u
with it." The demagogue is one who they are as free and unrestrained as justify it, remarked an
I poople are daily foil in the lately! es- instructed i early Kirlh-od ai.J who have since often as desired. Vour Clotl "
I seeks to deceive the public for personal we are. j tablifched "rice kitchen" located in one '"The have been I married. On thr'o married fri'-nd-i she pent for ail delivered. Call "t9J2

I !gain office or 'tuoluUlent-who And when it comes to office-hold to spare no time or expensein (.ftplll.1\'i"llt'o t nffcftiou ntljuiratien "riouth Paldfox and Join i
':of Chicago's big department stores,
works "the dear people" racket: in jog the negro stands precious little, this work to de\ote their best In larpr juu.ntitK's than Mio IMS b" Club.

1 front and winKs the other eye to the better ehow in any northern state !' \here fol is prepared exclusively! I skill in' brinsin: out attractions of: fore gh(IIi her girl frii-n-K Sucl. friend I
I from Texas -and Louisiana nco. in Fiaii Miris a Spsciu,
side. The Times-Union ghes the than he does Alabama.! They refuse i the p'.app. and you may rest assured<< ships are, if their .hjHB! are the rI.t'I I

definition and lea\o the p-iblia! to. to elect! him to office and they ::1141 diiTertnt wa 's. The novelty of thei I they are doing it. In one picture, j'I' kind of wonifii. nn.] eiir'-fnl rotb'-r Yours for Neatness,
t i exhibit has succeeded in attracting; lease will prevent an intimacy with any oti-! ,
call names-which the public does. refuse because he is a negro. There 'made at close range, the
j considerable notice. for Americanrice ('r kId! of j.-r"at benefit to a girl sow : G. W. IRWIN.
and then thl'rlis a squabbling of tho an in al! the northern states negroes caught an'] lIro'.'3ht ont plainly five lug Ler a wider: sphere of
I in all staz:.'s is shown, from the woman's it. ,
hurt ducks. Xow, if one banker saysa I who are qualified and competent to I battleships, two steam vessels! at Cut nee th-.n! the has y"t iiv-!'tizp.tcil.! -
I rough, bro\\ni!'h-ellow grain to the I
banker must be the enemy of the fill office: at least minor positions, anchor, tliree E-K! vc-.. Is at anchor And ar.ythi w'-k-) :. "-.ns; the, Hot
i Chocolate with
smoking hot: food prepared, ail embracing I' i
J1I.'UplamI then asks office himself but they rarely get them, and they land onv 61"dr..{". ".o\'it!;. This: was clntica and opens the intellect h valuable -.
Whipped Cream Solo-
of tlw
j an unique exposition ,
C 'bile remaining a hanker. what is d<> not pet them because of their I the PMioacola: and her name is vis- .. mon's.I .
t : staple product of the wonderfully ,- [
't heVas honest hlln Dunn the color.! It is absurd ta read such assertions ibl. What son of an impreiea do -- --- "
.I 1 developing rice country of Louisiana! i i' Whj Modify Milk. I -
1 enemy of anything Floridian as tho
i Times-Union. lir.oth(>re is U.) truth in them. If :,I and Texas people who wish; to send products for infant feeding in the uncertain STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

; We would suggest that, perhaps, the practice t>f our* northern brethren I through deep water ports; ?" I I ways of the novi'i- when you can have II,!
: i Kor C".r poxty: ) PariiMRS. aUa>"sIwith""you a'supyly of Borden'scov.'s i -
t[ all this niisunderftanJins: on' the I corre"IOnde.with their preaching I ',
dear Wl>8LOW8 MJOTHINS STar hI' I milk from herds of native I|i 'IJetween Prntacola and >JlUlln.r".1
i part of the Times-Union's we would have some patience "You don't know how we love to .
,..n used for over sixty yesri by nllltonsoi
friends may come from the faulty with their riticism. As it is, we mother! for their children while teething wheel on the streets here," gleefully breeds! the perfection of infants :, Ilun Dally Kicppt:: uudT..

definition of "demagogueIt is not hate none. Their hyjH>crisy in this with perfect nuccen. It soocbci the child I exclaimed a blueja klt., "We food. t'sa it for tea and coffee. "CITY OF TAMPA."

correct to say that a demagogue Isvne respect is equalled only by their lofteotthe gamaUayi All pain,cures wln: j long for just such an enjoyment when j --- .--. ._, -- -
who seeks to deceive the public cheek. :olic, sod la the beet remedy for Diarrhoea j jI that' Lv Milton_, ;'J i am Lv""Ducol.I I P!*
at sea, and we arE r" glad
I I It will relieve the poor little lafferer 1mj trFeamcolau Jam Ar Mullen.t?<*
: :;
for gain. Such an one is better j mediately. Hold by Drnggiitt In every part we have the privilege of riding at1;, CI' 'are.&Jc ; Round trlplI 1).

classed as a cheat; a swindler; a ANNOUNCEMENT. I I nf the world. TwentHTe cent a bottle ease an1: pleasure at such trifling ] A'i1J FOUCATARRH -
Be tare ask for "Mr.Winaluw' ,
| you Soot -
grand rascal. The common and ac- ,I cost. This be if CUKK
I Mr. John Vaughan has been Ing Syrup anl1 take) uontber tIn d. I may proven you I
appointed Ii
\ certed meaning of "demagogue" is agent of the News at Century. ,i watch how many jackies take advan- JEWELER IN HIS

f l.i. one who seeks to be a leader of the lie will receive and receipt for daily i TAKE NOTICE. I tage of the opportunity every after.I

';: people by pandering to their prejudices. and weekly subscriptions and advertisements -[To whom i it tray concern: noon. I will venture to say that : \ STAND

'j' Now then, if we would: get at and keep the News on hand NEW
at his restaurant at all times. ,I On _and after this date all Resolu hundreds of us hl'ridd."n more in ?!?!

signification of the epithet as ticns Cards of Tninks, Excursions or Pensacola for the past ten days than Jsftny
:c applied to some of the vicious political -- -- -- -- I'' and pleasant
Entertainments to whicn an admission at any time in our whole lives. .out*. ('ontalninonJurlonadrue
schemers that the Times- ; ). j I have moved my Jewelry a' f to
::1' Your LiverWill is charged; and S'rri'ar notice:! : I
Union is firing at, we must suppose a will be charged for at regular; idvertii -' "The mayor is aH right," said I It quickly Ab'utrb- 120 South Palifox, formerl.;* !3-

I I' person who is pandering to the mistaken -j and your be rouwd bllMusw"to Its natural hoaJache duties and : 'j istes. I Lieutenant yesterday. "I heard edifoelkf: COLD N HEAD pied by Bias & Co., 'and am '*

prejudices of the people; and constipation be cured it you takeHd's : of one of our boys being convicted K AlJats pen Inflamoiation.and cleanses to"aqal'lIfid aol 1'sug.a better prepared tban aver f' ''

I, I :not only that. but. to further his ends TO cm.: \ COLO iOXK lilY before him yesterday of fghting -.Membrane.and Suiell.! ItothrM thi 'ens of Protetts Tat. great bargains: in di:1monJ wa' }',

,i. J 1 anj :aims encourages and even ore.atea Pills "Rite Laxative P.mmo Quinine Tablet I Circumstances of the affair! : I am I mail; rial Larsue bUolOc by& l>ruifgl=O or LIT jewelry etc. Call and eee c' .

I I those mistaken prejudices, at olJ by aU drogjists. 25 cent!. |1 I, Tbi box: iltnatur 25c.: WK gfni I. on every 1'I told, would have justly called for a ,56 Warren ELY street.Xew bROTHERS.York.'s'r let me convince J.yoa.J..f 8IEPBE .


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W. C..O'NEAL, Pnildent; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; !t I' ;: .
THE CHAMBER So .Thinks at -Least One TravelingMan A STORMY .. ... FOSHEE.Ylce-Prelid.nt; JOHN PFEIFPER Ass't Caihitr. J


OF COMMERCE out I would without as my soon mileage think books of starting and MEETING AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK fMl ;!;

-- grip as4o start out on a trip withouta OF PENSACOLA. FLA. f. l! "t\}?

ANM'AL: BANQUET WILL TAKE in box my of valise Stuart's, said Dyspepsia a traveling Tablets man & Designated Depository of the United States. rt :tu m

IS SAID TO HAVE BEEN THAT Condensed Statement at the close of business i '
PLACE TONIGHT: AT HOTEL ESp who represents a St. Louis hardware Feb. 9,1903. R' f


''BIA-AN AUSPICIOUS OC put up at all kinds of hotels and Loans and Discounts..........'.......... ... $336,072.95 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ..... .... $200.000.00: ;' : 1jH t : et'!

boarding houses. hue to eat good, BAR PILOTS LAST NIGHT. Demand Loans..... ...... ...... ...... .... 12286654 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... ...... 20,000.00 t!t i : 1.,

CASION.n bad and indifferent food:: at all hoursof Overdrafts...... .... .................... .... 1.160.oU Profits...... ..... .... .... .... 6H0.76 .1 : 4'-H, .)
u. H. Bonds and Premiums......... ...... 213,806.87!( Circulation............. .. .... .... .... .... 125,000.00 t .. 1 ih
the day and night and I don't be- From Stocks, eecuritiee, etc... ...... ............ 2,62500 DivIdends Unpaid............ ........... .. 180.00 :0. ii
of Commerce will lieve any man's stomach will stand reports gathered about the Furniture an 1 Fixtures.... ...... .......... 6.71848 Deposit ....... ............................. ..,&49.84 :'f'I''f; 1-tl
,+ r an.T annual banquet this that sort of thing without protest, water front this morning. It would Cash and Exchange...... ...... ... ... ...... 223.17024 'it ". '\ &,
.: pikr appear that the joint committee meet- !< ) .:
- I know mine won't. It has 'f
fccambia and it will anyway Hotel! to. have something to break the fall ing of the two pilot factions last night ..... .... .... .......... ...... ...... ti'f i ,
auspicious occasion. One olirtant Total $911,420.10 Total... .... .... .... ...... ............... $911,420.10 It
an I was of a somewhat stormy kind, one
features will be the and Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is' This bank opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give ),1 t
captain alleging to have pulled off his business prompt courteous and careful attention. .j',
Watson's annual the crutch I fall back on. your I. : .If> 'i ,I
',s; .f Secretary coat for the t't -
of "a
w: ed- My friends often "josh" me about purpose settling 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. *
, ,, ,huh will prove an ably matter" with a member of the oppo- !4.t
imprfhensi\e resume of the it, tell me I'm an easy mark for pa.tent rt[fi t-
u sition. Friends
prevented anythingrash
words for the future. medicine fakers that advertised l ktI'il
oil ; !
transpiring, however and a
medicines I
the cho- are humbugs etc., but ;
Lamar newly It"
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notice that they are nearly always meeting proceeded along the even 1' th
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will be and
Ionian, present j.
,, tenor of its
way '

'he toast." of lie"Our arrived Congres8utwn. last. pains complaining and poor of digestion their_ while aches I and can The the meting total had wiping for its out ultimate of the purpose differences g ( If t"I : *J i i:'' ,:,

here upon the invitation stand most any old kind of fare and which now exist and which '( :!
reel and for work .
good ready my
'ary of the j jr when it needs me, and I believe I makes it necessary and mandatory A "
.. mnnff\\t2f1M@ IS t
of regret to state that l"i
that f
two separate and distinct pilot 'i
'r.mss fl'unlit impossible owe my good digestion and sound ;.v (
wired Mr.! Watson last health to the daily, regular use of associations are maintained at this Y uu UWt2) ,, V .!}. \\ii

Stuart's Dyspepsia: Tablets, year in port. I, n j.fof
.Ti ion but the program i .1 .r" "
Overtures for made effectively
,'n nndc up and some ,, and year out and all the "joskins"in at last Il1'aCe'l''e nidit's meeting and \Jlt'' 't--
world! will convince me r ;
u .i*'.:awily have to be the never ; i i
( from present Indications a settlements ,
,'. ,'rnur would have reTire to the contrary. SSjI I ; J'I''I'f. "I
in One of the
sight. matters attended
I used to have heartburn aboul I If
State of Florida. J Jva -- -- ;
I and headache to last night was the appointment J;
three times a day a ,
much desired. ,
; tut
of a committee to confer todayon <..; ,
abo-it three or four times a week ---- ;
15; < inutI
'; ) specially -

I'ix'n laid and the elab- and five after years standing I began: for to look this for around four fora or divergence a metier of 0\opinion er whit but there which is a, wide it is H. FAIRCHILD, CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, DO YOU KNOW rf: ",-1.< ii:

oil at *
91( not wished, be given to the public. a-x'= CIt S T >E1R :E Fi \ i
f ,
crutch and found it when my doctor Xo.3O South Palafox: street, fcr your F.EEKMAX LUMBER CO. have \ ; T
!''dentV.. A. Mount will .
!IG; first business will be l' told me the best investment I This committee is composed of Cap.ta'.n 33 EAST ROMANA STREET. electrical work. He is prepared to a large stock of dressed studding :, 't! : l lf ,
I : Bell, Captain Perry and Captain
''It the annual report. I I could make would be a fifty Tablets cen: Clifford. They were in conference .urcet Work and Retinishing Furniture a do you a first-class job at moderate and joi tOet their f rices before .';.'\};; t t f*'
of Stuart's Dyspepsia
? ,; will be the next fear box Specialty. prices. Phc n'3 203. I buying. dl6-lm ,
|!I this morning and will report at a Jll 1:1I :
', be in the following and 1 have invested about fifty cents : :
i Phone: 406. .
meeting of the entire membership of
since and ----- ----- -- 5- --- -- -- .
or'J I a month for them ever !
each association which is called fortonlt .
when I stop to think that that is
punt' President-Toastmas- Methodst: Revivals. '
I I what I spend every day for cigars.: The revival at Palafox street con- ...SPECIAL SALE... ;: Iff.BRAWNER'S .
I 1 feel like shaking hands with myselffor
n'port-Br Thos. C. Wat- I tinues with increasing interest. The
I can keep my stomach and digestion .
ary. I Maritime.Arrived. real revival spirit permeates the congregation

Navy-Response by Rear Ad- in first-class 'order for fifty I i and the singing has the old .t
month. I don t care for any !1r
cents a I
U. S. X.
; J. Iligginsoa. Re- I better life insarance.My i time ring.Services. ri riTo

i mgrcsMonal Delegation druggist tells me they are the every day at 10 o'clock a. :

,y lion. W. U. Lamar M. C. most popular of all stomach medicines Am tug Monarch, 143, Fremont, m. and 7:0 p. m. Evangelist McIntosh -

Mate of -'Ioricla-Response by New Orleans to Master. is a zealous preacher and of *

W. S. Jennings. popularity and that they and have success maintainedtheir ; because Ger ss Ganna, 100;;, Berg, Havana great energetic power. The peopleare make room for my Immense Stock of Spring ; .: I

1 mty of Cscambia-Response: to W. L. Wittich & Co. urged to attend and prayerfully l.ooit.
[ they do as advertised.<< They bring
n. Parkhill. results and results are what countIn hal bit Aniellina! S03, Maniace, Marseilles seek Divine favor. Goods, which is now Arriving Daily. n1

'if Tensacola-Response; by in to H. Baars & Co. The services will hereafter be in .
I a patent medicine as much as :t
1 Jones. selling barb wire. the church auditorium instead of the 30C'0' yards of 7 9 Soft-Finished I 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts I (t".:I jJ

i'nt lI3.rborRe3ponseUrien. Cleared.Dutch Sunday School room. I Bleachfd Domestic, worth 6e, to worth fispecial7bedrawers \ ;{
t,' ss Heelsum, 874, Hagerman mike room, at 4'22' yard. I to match. +
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'i 1,1 I Import Businessi ;: ,. by II Daars & Co. for Gijon, with I :80; K J yards Fit hville -11 Bleached! I 47Liu>s' Ready-to-Weir Eain' ; # !
I IfnEW5 The Mother's Friend | Day Skirts, worth $1.50, I'peclalsale ,
i i! Stillman. Esq. GoS.niM s ft lumber, 312/'VJ s ft sa'ntimber D'me tie, worth 9., to m when nature's supply fails, Is D r.den's ,
i r'>v.l and Its Saln NOTES: valued at $1:!,;; '6. at .yard. 29: Ladies' Rcudy-to-Wear Rainy- ; < ,'.
Eagle Brand Condensed 2"00 yard* L' r. dalA and Fruit -1 'tt.,
i r rt3-Response 15r ship Rhone 1C18. Mil'.ichap.! by Day Skirt. puarantPtcl all wool, "' :
I it is a cow's milk adapted: to infants, Bleached Donie-tic, worth JOe( to worth $4 special ale 2.18 each. 1\;

k Southern States Lumber Co. for London ; according to the highest scientific nuke room at F13e yard. GO Ladies': Black nod Colored : -.t. f .
lilt: "Business 1 with lv33iKti; s ft I'IDllJer'aluell j 100CO yards 4 i Unbleached Do- ,
methods. An infant feeJ on Eagle Worsted skirts: :, worth ?1 50, special nIt
lion. Wm. So many excursions:: coming and 'jat JU.uw. I II Brand wit show a steady gain in''. me tic! worth 6c, to m.ike room, at eale five each. i t.: 'j ..t.4t..c .
brinsine people to tie city is keeping I 'i yard. 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Fig- },

.".--1 liy Frank I... I the Merchants Hotel full of guests I weight. 100 yards 10-4 Gold KriLd Sheetured, :Skirts, worth f2 50 to $<5, special .j },
VESSELS IN PORT. irsr, worth lye, to milk loom, at 13j sale $1.95 to J19S: each. i !i. I A
these days. Hot French Waffles with jard.ICoO. 100! doz Meu's All Wool Camel's ; of '

-- -- 10( 4 Bleached Hair Uuder-hirts, worth $.1.50. specillfldrawers ft.vnu .
Indies' Memorial Association Steamships.Aureola Florida Cana Syrup at yard ppfral: ; .. ;
P\ ::1'E\T STONES FOR SALE! The Solomon's Sheetih, worth 'Ja.'! make room, t'I ; to match in'hite, .:,. ',
boll meeting at the residence ot i Red and Fawn colors.: r I L t'
will a Hr ss, Christcpherson IGoS: at lS3c yard. 1 :
25 doz. Boy'* and Gi'l..' Ribbed M j' '
Mrs. Laura Thornton West Belmont Boston:: to Pensacola Lumber Co Co to Wisconsin. : 750 yards 10 4 Pppper Bleached I and Fleeced .:r. ,
Lined UnJ
j <
,r' has 120( I "l
; 711oinas 'street 12: o'clock Friday. Dora, iir ss. Colliding, 19S3, New i (Bessemer"orkman..) Shp""tinjr, worth ii5c, to make room, 25c; to match. ;
,' '" \"lIl.t i ij lava Stems, I at :203 yard drawers t' ,
the fleet first armed in port York to Gulf Transit Co If in the South is looking 21 + and Girls Gray and i I'
When any negro
\.1 ,-, crossings, etc I Rerapmberwe ci'ry a full line of Red AH Wool Undershirts at We
\ r. ,i Samples can be the man behind the gun was what Durango, Span ss: .. Quintana, 22f:! Ii, for social equality with the Boys Pants, from 3 to 1G age, at drawers to match. ; \},(t.t'

t' ',,. South was most frequently heard. Now:: that New Haven! to Sutherlaid-Innes C:> white race, it would be a sensible prices!' to suit evt-rybodv. We carry a full l line of rajieil'i) ;:

\ store things are settling: to their normal Iniluna, Er s\. ('arruthf:>rs. 2S71, thing tor him to go \Vfeconsin and 7'.> doz V:,"'s Heavy French Neck Men', and Boy's and ."
)i nil;-tt the most talked of subject Philadelphia! to }'. O. Howe & Co. the genuineness of the sympathy Moreno Undershirts: special 20c ; that we fan save you :2"jj:: ou.R ?
condition test drawer] 'o match. "mfnihjr-\\' full lina t' .,:.
parry a ;
is the man behind the bar and it is Ital ss Italia, 1S11, Caldron, Nor and interest expressed by those peo GO> doz Men's Fleeced Lined Uu- of Iell':! Clothing! }; ur.t fit 50o on b ; &..f- .)1

NOW IS THE TIMC TO FURNISH conceded that all references in this folk to Gulf Transit Co. ple. df-rshirts worth 50c, special 3oc; doilHr. Wo will close them out at I' ,

YOUR DINING ROOM AND MAR. connection are to Mr. X. toUlring, the j Nith. Br ss, Sturenhen, 14S3. drawers: to m-i tch. ju-t Yt price off other merchants.We #11-":

STON & QL'INA: HAVE WHAT YOU to Ris M. Robinson I Ii 'tI .
proprietor of three of the most popu Kingston Working Overtime. t1;
WANT IN SIDEBOARDS CHINA lar saloons in the city.. j Viuna, Span ss, Ruiz, 1083, Santia- I Eight hour laws aro Ignored by will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dross
I to Gulf! Transit Co
go I' those tireless, little workers-Dr. If'
-- ----- I Heelsum, Dutch ss, Hagonaa, 8741avana King's New Life Pills Millions are Goods! at New York Wholesale Prices. ,i .j)

I I ,
I [ to II. Baars & Co !
at work night and day caring
t-' $ $ I North Sea, Br ss, Stephens. 10SS, always Indigestion, Biliousness Constipation ACENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS. r,;' : ',iFRemfillbar

: Havana to Pensacola Lumber Co ,
SPECIALTIES I Sick Headache and all stomach '
..-: LENTEN j Irmard Horn, Ger ss, Moller, 933: ,, ; n.. i* ; : -J
II Liver and Bowel troubles. Easy Y
1st George, to H. Baars & Co 23c at W. F f. L BRAWN .
pleasant, safe, sure. Only : : I.tj1 I
CARN I Ships. A. D'Alemberte's drug store 121: S. I"i ", .'.:

: ...SOL & CO'S... | Carana, Ital ship.Cosla, 14SS, Cape Palafox street. Icy S. Palafox St. : I '. ::,f {'

'! Town to H. Baars & Co. I See HUdgns'---' label.

on\v.\ tvmiM: MKIF i Kings County, Br ship 2001, Salter,, t
ist. \in. Mu'hCREr;: ', Q. i
SOF'rXllF.U"IIKKHrcMlUMI. c1t"n 1 Rio Janeiro to order Butterick PatternsApril NERI.
P.IIM: I'.sx: ('(MM'111, The Other Way. < ''I i
Kl"11 110K* I Am ship Kennebeck. 19.6.: Lane,, itf'1'Ice
(Florala -- -
u KIIM-KIIKH: IItHUISG: John A. Merritt & Co. Stock just received
,IM; uu m.ovirus i Boston to look
would :
Il'NXY Fisu.t I I, Kohne, Br ship, Millieap, 1C1S, Calcutta Some young showing every desirable Cream Parlors ; '
beautiful if they didn't make a practice sit #
t Generally Kept ia a First-Qass PH 10 F. O. Howe & Co for the I id t <
Lery'thing garrrent SjJrir.gSc:3Son
m of looking the ether way.NAVALi '
t$ Indus, Ital ship Oneta, 1111, :Marseilles : and at' the latestnsvelties. :.5 $. Pa.iff,! :Street. fy1',
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: to IJososco Bros. .
I i r ship, Fars. 13CO: Durban NEWLY t

i I to F. O. Howe & Co ...wffil nail, frr Tl-.r Xrwi ItjCr.torT Norfolk Styles with the Kimono REFITTED --

I Saga Nor ship, liana, 1221:!: I, Montevideo I Naval .Stnr. *>. Nek; I All l-,

to master
I Fruits and Cakes.
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Darks. \VV J* S5 U I
Coats, Blouses
I ._ ......__.._ S inS StcleEffscts on Capes "
Advokat Schiander, Xor __ S (5 f __" :S10VJ and Ctfce Sacks; PARTIES.
sen,-, Algoa Bay to order ._ _..._._ 815 E.__. .........205 I
Aviemore, Nor bk, Hansen, 1041: ,, K .._____. a M p_..._.__._ : 05f Shirred Styles in Waists and Skirts; Maillaird's Candies a Specialty.
Janeiro to order ____ J Sj c:A below.___ 2 05 I 4fimy
PHONE 602.
Tuaravrtaa-tbbtd. All the Latest Styles for Girls and T
Carlo P. Ital lie, Boffe 1673 Mon
Little Folks I
te\ideo to orderChristiane A.P
Bon Bons and Chocolates. Rus bk Johans, Alcoa Recovered Speech and Hearing. C. BINKLEY desires I hU friends it1fS I

Bay to Southern States Lumber Co :Messrs.: Ely Bros.:-I commenced The Delineator for April and the public to know that re has

pi'Ki:: nujcious: Gregoria, Ital bk, Olivari, SIT, Ten using: your Cream Balm about two Moved to Room 5f'8!:!, Thiesen build-

eriff to order years ao for catarrh. My voice was 15 Cents. log, where he will continue as here- f f

t "V. A. D'ALEMBERTE, # Lady Penrhyn, Nor blc Andersen somewhat thick and my hearing was ---- tofore a eeoeral w ractlr... :

Ih'U[) St. 773, Savannah to order dull. My hearing has been fully restored No more beautiful or use.

SSist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox Madonna de Pompeii, Ital bk, and my speech has become quite ful magazine; in the mar
- Sturle, 791, Havana to II. Baars & clear. I am a teacher in our town. Florida Cane Syrup at 1
I L. G. BROWN Solomon's.

DR. H. MOCK I Co.Th:>mas, Ital bk. Lauro 809, Naplesto not Granger irritate,or Ohio.cause
J. The balm does J. M. GOE
masterJ. &neezin;. Sold by druggists at 50 E. W. PEAKE,
H. Marsters, Br bk Frank, l 591, cts. or mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren 1'Electrical s
York.A contractor and builder, ,
Railroad Co. street New
Belize, to L. N.
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER will do your electrical: work in first- ,.
Barkentines. I
DENTIST. Cardiffto Guaranteed Cure lor film class style and at reasonable rates.1 I ,1, ;
H. C. Grable, Dan bktn, 1SS, I
203 South Street,
Kllnd, Dleedln or l'rot1-udIDI | He can be found at 30 !Houtb Palafox f
H. Baars & Co Itching i I '
Piles. Your druzglel ill reiaadjjour i PENSACOl ,V.JIa.: street. Phone 2 Schooners.
2S12 ?. Palafox Street ; Old Armory Building Mabel Darling, Br sch Sweeting, money. gOcentsHot It I'AZO 01NIMEXTfail'lto3caryou. --- s,
CROWN D BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. Dunmore Town to master axative gromo f11l '
Grand at 5: m lOo j\uinine.A oo every
Governor Blake Br sch, -, Rolls p. ,
I Cores*CoW bOne Day,< irbty rose 25c
Merritt & Co Sclozion's.
P XS.COL.FLA. Cayman, to Jno. A. doz., at .

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A VALUABLE VOICEOriginal Give the Baby Pleat,. of Air. JUST '

One of the commonest faults In the

Chronic SoreSI handling of babies Is depriving them ONE

( ] of fresh air in the belief that all they WORD that word U

Tbe manager had made rapid strides need Is plenty of warmth. They are

A Constant Drain la his profesoion.; lie was only thirty, compelled to breathe for eight or ten T-u.

Eating Ulcers Upon the SystemAnd yet was sole proprietor of a successful hours the exhausted air of a closed up tt's

: conic opera troupe. He was very businesslike bedroom or, worse still, of a covered It refers to Dr.Tutt's Liver Pills\ ano!,

: with the meiubera of LU company cot

{ a source of worry, anxiety and endless trouble to those who are afflicted 1. but fey all liked him. r The baby should always be kept In a ?/EANS HEALTH

With them, particularly so when located. upon the lower extremities where One morning he was receiving applications &: place ,where there is free communication Are you constipated? '
the circulation is weak and sluggish A gangrenous eating ulcer upon tha Troubled with indigestion?
of candidates for the chorus. A. good fresh air. but protected Sick headache?
is a frightful sight and as the poison burrows deeper and deeper into the
leg '
I girl with brown eyes and comely face of course from drafts. Never cover thobaby's \ rtlgo?
tissue beneath and the continues to almost the flesh
spread see
sore one can i face nlllous?
und figure was admitted. with the clothes. The
melting away and fee the strength going out with the sickening discharges.Great Insomnia?
should be taken that bed
"You are"-he asked deferentially, ; greatest care
ANY of these
running sores and deep offensive ulcers oftea develop from a simple symptoms nnt! maryot!
looking admiringly at one unusually rooms and sleeping rooms of children indicate Inaction o:the LIVLK (!
\ boil, swollen gland, bruise or pimple and are a threatening danger always, I :
refined for a chorus singer. are freely supplied with good oxygen.The : Yati.
because while all such, sores are not cancerous, a grat piany and thia IH'uJlhlnl''
"LeohaK-ttii 'If.\\'*f." majority of throat. lung "
should ke of all chronic ulcers a.ndsores
you suspicious slow-healing particnlarly j "You sing"Soprano"- aid tubercular diseases which are BOpremlent

if cancer runs in your family. Face sores are common and cause the Beautiful among children are due to
so greatest persistent annoyance and unsightly because they and are detract Valdosta, Qa., September, 1900. After a trial of her voice she was engaged pure breath of the babe is the failure to supply them with good
rh air.
from one's Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Qa. Suggestive of innocence and health.A .
appearance. Dear Sirs:Something like a rising Leonaretta Bang BO well that she was mother's yearning for children is in.

Middle aged and old people and came on my instep very tmaU at soon cast for one of the inferior parts. separable from a love of the beautiful, and j I: A Handr Cnnhlan. Take No Substitute.
those whose. blood is contaminated first! all paintal but It A small cushion that comes in handy
not at as it behooves
At the first rehearsal after the assign- every woman to bring the I .
and tainted with the germs and poison grew larger and began to pain me I ; ment she astonished the manager by sweetest and best influence to bear on j I to tuck In at one'? back when sitting: in -

of malaria or some previous sickness, consulted a doctor, but In spite of the subject of her maternity. i an armchair is made of a loosely We Till launder your err adj fot

:. or excessive use of mercury, are the aU be could do the core got worse i iJ singing a deep contralto. Few women To relieve pain and make easy that | stuffed coiiter of silk. This Is about i 15 cents each and make tut leek
and to than other could reach the notes she !'truck."What's I like uw. Kar Laundry
chief sufferers from chronic sores and began discharge I period when life is born again, I debt inches in diameter and not at all
ores came until the whole top of the matter with your voice? --- -
ulcers. While the blood remains in thick. Around this of silk
Mother's i a pulling NOTICE.
1 my foot was one large mass of sores Sbked the manager, astonished. Friend i ib '
this unhealthy polluted conditionhealing '
and I could not walk. Then my bus "Itou't know sir." Is placed. A circular piece of scallopedllnen I have been anthoriz1
is and popularly used It is liniment i 11' jj,
simply impossible band, who had been cured of Scrod.rorewillcontinuetogrowandpread .. a easily j : cither white or (ecru serves as a forYm.
"You have been singing soprano !Ir administered and for external subscriptions jBryan's ',
iila by the use of 3. 8. S., Bard be use only j.1 j top. The white tops are decorated with "The Co- rt
two 1I1111110''ou have bloomed paper
weeks Pregnant women should try this rcn'ttlv I : r
i in spite of washes and salves or any believed it would cure me. I began '
I it friend" yellow buttercups, if the silk cover of The price is J1.00 per y .C
I into a c-ontralto. being undeniably: a her during .f a.
superficial or surface treatment for taking it and eight bottles cured
"fJometlmes: voice is much lower nature's term of and anticipation. I i tic pillow be yellow or with violets if vance. Those deairin r .,
the sore is but the outward sign of me; my foot healed up nicely. I believe : than at otheis."my I fljthar'3 Friend, if used throughout green or lavender silk is used for the can have it sett to them b.v <. 1.> .
I would have been
I some constitutional disorder a bad a cripple gestation, will soften the breasts, tliercby j I cushion top. Thp scallops arc far apart f1.00to the und<-rfInfld.;;
"Your isn't for
for life but for S. S. S. I part written a ecutralto. -
condition of the blood and ,I'I H. M. Ro
system, preventing cracked and sore nipples. All'j and deep, unit they are fastened down '
MRS. C. H. KIXTO.I I'll have to change it or change:
which local rem
I S. S. S. jsacb.cs these old chronic sores through the blood. It goes to the you. I don't want to dv> either! relax:, become survjslc ahd tlastic front iu I fiutlngs to Care out between. The ecru MEAT-& MALT- has ,
"I be able whenI a
way to sing; soprano: continued | :,
i I very root of the trouble and counteracts an l removes from the blood all the application. tcps are embroidered in gold thread dietetic value. \\hilerefri" .
go oil In l'OtUlul' i Ail fibres m the abdominal regionvnil) j
: impurities and poisons and gradually builds up the entire system and I I the I and oriental silks. pleasant to take, it help* ..._ ,.
1 strengthens the sluggish circulation, and when the blood has been purified, !I Tl.e manager; studied the matter. "containing respond readily to itt1other'.sFrienJis expanding covet j i thIn of food. tnId by
looking the while at tLe girl curiously.
and the system purged of all morbid, I' It was; a strange case. applied externallV during pregnancy: ': 0 .no. B "1' 0 :r-z.:To. DAXXHEI'SSERHot : : fllt)
unhealthy matter the healing process i i ""'I'll." l.e said presently. "I'll have Of all reliable druggists $[.oo per lx>ttfe. i'rm the It.a Kii Yi: Hale ;vm Ec: f
begins and the eating ulcer chronicsore Write for free book on "riotherhooJ."
::.ullll Rolls at i 5
to make some change In the part ami J L.t7.44 II p. m. lOa
gone. Df / doz.
: a at Solomon's.inllCKE
lave it ready in case; you come before ., .
S. S. S. contains no mineral or poisonous
the: audience with those prof undo I _. ________ _CC _
drugs of"any description, but is guar "
lotes.. cf tho finest Lal'tol1'o l'e's that had
anteed a purely vegetable remedy, a
Leonarctta sang; contralto till thee'I'nng been heard in that house during the
blood purifier and tonic combined and a safe and permanent cure for chronic
of the first performance, when & CO.
season. !She had been announced verbally -
sores and ulcers. If :you have a slow-healing sore of any kind, large of
she came to the theater looking pale as Signor! I'.arilli to tike the part
email write about it
us antI our physicians will advise you without charge.
Book on Blood and Skin Diseases free. and thin. of the man whose name was on the

"Ky Jove," said the manager: : "you programme At the end of each act Monte Gas and Steam

_THE. SWIFT SPECIFIC. CO., ATLANTACA.OrIglu ._. ._ look as If you'd been keelhauled! I hopethere's :Signor: Uarilli was called before the fitter
-- -- -- ,
no new voice to provide for. curtain and at the end of the opera' received

of Mathematical Sign A riranaut Old L"Kf'bd. "I've had a sick spell" replied the a perfect ovation. No. & South Falafox treet.AU
The sign of addition Is derived from Many years ago sailing; from Con- .
I girl. "I think my natural voice has "Now, see here, said the manager
the initial letter of the Btaiitiuople to Marseilles Kinds oi: and Gas
word "plus. we passed come back." after the iMrformance. "You're a won Plumbing Fitting Materials Kept on Bsm
In making; the capital letter it was close under the lee of Stromboll, off .
-what der. You're'ortll much more than I TELEPHONE) V2K 'KN4Afl0LA.; J'IL.* .
made more anti more carelessly until the north coast of Sicily. The irreconcilable "
"I shall sing soprano tonight. am paying you. A girl who can sing .
the top part of the "p" was finally old volcano! was pot. in netivneruiMni >
The manager; hurried off to attend to soprano or baritone at will is worth a
i :, but from'the crater a reudisusmoko
placed near the center; hence the plus another Lut his mind
matter was on fortune. \Ve start on the road nest
I' was rMng.; while from tLe fissures -
Eign. asa know it was gradually! the girl and this remarkable change of week, and if you'll RO with me and SAMUEL CHARLES
readied': in its siik-s !burst now and again ,
I \'okl'Y11l'1I Leonaretta went on, she will guaran: *..e to sins: the different i11i
tuu;;iK-s of lurid t :1we. .\11. olistTViiJa
The sgn; sailurtlitves.eI Lu linhoni MAKER
was an ;;
the word lillUS. The word wasirt I| I'll the audlocct' that the manager was hundred a Tuiik' r.r.d nil expenses.: You ,
-"Old I'.onty is at it a;:-ain! So ,
: rimtrK-led in m. n. s. with a horizontal delighted! ; also alit! cast her for a higher sit, 1 save the salary: ni.d traveling expenses .L REPAIRING NEATLY DONE
IS I can ri-mtrabor there Is nIcj.i'Li WAIT.
liiit1 abort' to indicate that some I part ut the next onnnllce. of one prluiipal role. I'll make
1".t' ) j ji
t.nt! one Captain lUioty, a masti I t-h jJ Wholesale and Retail Dealer in hoes Leather,
of the 1" 11.I.lll\'clI ,
f tttrs left out. At last I II One morning LvonnrotU was in themanager's ou another proposition.! lie dropped : ; Findings.
I r mariner: trail.n; to the )1t litt-r-
the letters were omitted altogether, j private office drawing her his !businesslike tone and spoke fer 'I'll OM-; 514. COT SOUTH PAhAFOX NTKKKT.J. .

hi,| leaving only the short line. I 1 raiifi.ii in tio Miventi-enth century, bi.cii'.ie .'- tllar"lll'U he looked up at her and vently. "You know very well that you i I _

The multiplication sign; was obtained PO notorious for drinking and 'aid: have long !been my favorite in the com,
sm-.ri'iK:: th'it 1 ln> was sdzi'd upon by
J by' changing the )plus sign iito the ll't-I "I'm going to put on a piece) nest pany. Indeed, I may say that ever j jsince
tK fiivu' nu.1 carried oT! to the interioif E.
i ter "s. This was dune \because ,. week with a man's part in it that I first saw you I've been dead DUBUISSOX g BROTHEXMiMUi

1 ti'licnti! \ is but a shorter form of nil- j :--111I1.1i.: from which he- lason- would Just suit that contralto roiw> gone on you. Will you marry nie'r""'' I ,
: dltljii..t tim <1 i'V.T siact'! V) utter profane lan : TAii\GO.\A Al\D ISn .'])f XCI.\ STHKKTS
I you took ou not very long ago. Now, if The girl !burst Into a laugh.
"* :;.' Ly Lic:;iiS of tongues of lire and
LHvMon was formerly! indicated by ?: you could only] call It up at will, I'd "Come home with me," she said, "and Dealers in
. i puffs of !':.'.(or. This, however, CM
placing the dividend above a horizontal cast :you for the part and pay you $oO: talk It over."
line and the ilivl.iur !below. In order to I not pp-vcLt the ghost of the profane Choice and
a week. The manager consorted and when <& Staple Family Groceries &
skipper: from frlshti'nlmr Us widow,
eave space in riiiting the dividend was ,
I "When is the first rehearsal? they reached Leonaretta's lodgings she

I I f placed to the left and the divisor to the wl.w ri'"Iil"il in Lower Thames street, "On the lth.; excused herself for a few moments. Oar Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too many to enumerate,

I j i riLt.Cter; years of "evolution" the half out of lrrrlll,1; ; by r.ppoaringto "I may sing contralto by that time." She soon returned hand in hand with n and are Warranted to be the Best the Market Affords and can be

I two 'MV omitted I II I'er nt Mipper time sn'ellin strongly I Relied on. We can Duplicate Order Given Darin
were altogether, and j "You may? young;: fellow the very counterpart of any us ? the
<>f l'rlm*'.''i. .-Ix>ndon Times. Holidays and will Deliver Free
i to
dots in of the
simple set the place of l'udl.s "Yes." herself, her twin brother."I any City.

i with the: others, the radical sign was I "What makes you think so?" am Leonard Traver." said the boy. COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION,

:! derived from the initial letter of the how lo Clenn nit Overcoat Collar. "Well I'm liable to a relapse at any "and this is my sister Leonaretta.

I word "radix." I To i-lenn ;'11 overcoat collar put half time antI haven't had one for a long When she fell ill some time ago I took P.O. Box 326. J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.

The S&U of equality was first used an oiKicv of liijiiid ummoiiia in half a wLilo. It's due now." her part, though I couldn't sing so PHONE 66. ,

in the year 15.; by a 'sharp uathemahiii. : pint of clean water damp the corner "Nonsense." prano. Tonight I sang the baritone PIUJ.1i1y Orocors.

.,. who fcultsiituted! it to avoid frc- I of a t"w1ith the mixture and well' He engaged a baritone for the part part and received your proiKwltion of

; ...ntly repeatli.g the wurd" "l"jull to." nib tl e \"oetollar! with it, removing; who deserted three hours before the marriage. My sister would answer It,

II'; thi; is dun. the froth formed witha wrforniance.[ Leonaretta was with the but now that you know there would b<> .AD M A
t '
How t>i :Make Ilerf Tea.Take wo-xlt'ii paper knife. Koimit the v
manager when lie received the unwelcome two salaries: and expenses) to pay instead .. ery
a juicy sKee off the top side of )priMf'ss three: cr fnur times, iiiinij each news. of one I presume It is with I

the round cut it up finely on a board tiaie a clean |HJ'tiuu of the tow el. l"i- "I'll take the part" she said. drawn." (SUCCESSOR TO AVERT t WOOLFOLK,)

removing sin and fat. 1'ut it into a iiiilly 1..J on the collar a clean. dauippiece "You? Has your voice relapsed "You bet It isn't." said the manager,

ftone jnr. with its own weight of water f>f linen mid Iron it with moderate "Not yet, but I think It will before 8 clasping Leonaretta in hs! anas. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

put the lid on the Jar and tie paper pressure' and with a not too Lot o'clock this evening;: ?' MAUIO.V RUDY r.AHCLAY.

over it. If po-;;;ible, let it soak for an iron. "Well upon my word! Do you mean i HARDWARE.

.: hour. Plaiv !It on the hob fur three to say that" A Remarkable Case.
Ilcm (II liipf"' *' A our Complexion.;
hours and tltu for half an hour in theoven "I'll be here ready for the part del Iron
Axes. Bhovr
Hi Mill
w and "Steamboat
I If want good cim1i1CXiiiIitvoid One of the most remarkable cases ofa
standim! in of lulling jou a .
or ; n saucepan >end upon it1' And she skipped out Supplies, Cooking and HP > iar -tovea, Paint, Oils
( ; water. When coldT kta and heat Jn..s fotil- piirk pickles, cakes, pastry before the manager could recover from cold, deep-seated on the lungs, I Window Ula,;,!. Guns Pit all t Fihini Tackle.

jis rfiuin-d.!! (!ood beef tea should: never and i; b\veit.s. I'ou't tat his astonishment.At causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs.
I and Tiuwaro
between meals. Eat of fruit Agate anti !'iisefiirnishlis bot8.( <
be boiled.! It ought not to jelly. plenty S:>10 .' 'lock she/ went Qn with one Gertrude Fenner, Marion, led., who
fresli and l stowed and plenty of !green _.
-- ---- - ------- was entirely cured by the use of one j COMl'ANVMQRevere
\'t'etaLles'uld strong tea end coffee !
The Stomach is the Man. What's in a Name? Minute Cough Cure. She says: "The !" Giant Ktitcbed Belting, Northampton Emery
and if you find any particular: food coughing and straining so weakenedme Wheel I.' >., L '1 A weak stomach weakones the
man, dots not arccritl1: you leave it alone. Everything Is in the name when it that I run down in weight from ,". Iron ling and Buck Stoves and Ranges, Wm
because it cannot transform; the food ,
he oats into nourishment. Health The lest pill 'noath tho stars and comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. 143 to 92 pounds. I tried a number Coups Made hailroad ts. Co.'s Colors.Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's

! and strength cannot be retsored to stripes: DeWitt & Co., of. Chicago, discovered, of remedies to no avail until I used

, any s <'kIa.n or woman without Little Early Risers ol worldly repute. some years ago, how to make a salve One of Minute this Cough wonderful Cure. Four bottles Masonic Temple g Pensacola Fla.

4 first restoring health and strength to from Witch Hazel that Is a specificfor remedy curedme .
It cleanses the and .
system -- -
never of the -
. the stomach. A weak stomach cannot entirely cough, strengthened J

. digest enough food to feed the gripe: Piles. For blind bleeding, itch my lungs and restored me to my

tissues and revive the tired and rundown Ask for DeWitt's and take no ing and protruding Piles, eczema, normal weight health and strength. TIME TABLE.

J : limbs: and organs of the body. substitute. cuts burns, bruises and all skin diseases Hargis' Pharmacy, John Sheppard.Sid-

1 Kodol fies sweetens Dyspepsia and Cure strengthens cleanses purl the A small pill easy to buy, easy to take DeWitt's Salve has no equal. ney Kahn. ___ _.._ LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN .

glands and membranes of the stomach and easy to act, but never failing: in This has given rise to numerous CARPENTRY AND EFFECT DECEMBER 1. 1801\
worthless counterfeits. Ask for De-
I I and cures Indigestion. dyspepsia results. tt'sL1tiieEarly Kis- -
and all stomach troubles. HtrBis Witt's-the genuine. Hargis Pharmacy New Orleans and Mobile.
ers arouse the secretions and act asa John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. ELECTRICAL WORK
Pharmacy John Sheppard: Sidney -'
; tonic to the liver, curing permanently. ;;
Kahn. o.6. tO.& So.2. I No.1.
-- Hargis Pharmacy, John Sheppard, 7:15 a l2lSm ll: Ring Pearl & Dolive WJO a 1:00 (:00
phone p
: up p
a 21p:! 1:1r.! & LE'aveYlomatoD. Leave 2as a sao
DR. F. E. BRUCE Sidney Kahn. if you have any carpenter or elfcrri- 11:00 a 1:2'! p t/i.'i a Leave- Mobile __ Leave l5sen'i 12:111 p 6.110
. RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS cal work you want well done. ..--.--.- "::!tip T:*' a Lo-a. _..Nw; flrll'ans Lo-ave susj' P 1:25 a D __5

Has returned and resumed practicr. Yon want a good piano tuner to .

stay in Pen?acola. still you holdb LINE. BUY THEN :
I Office 22h'est! Government St.,
ick order. Bend it in. I have
your No. 2. I No. 4.
Salisbury Building. had 20 years' experience and have 1IfJ6pm ,,12:15p m LenePenlaooJa.Arrlve 6:00pm No. I I SO. I.

: Tc1cphoJ.1o 143.Q worked in several piano factories. The Pensacola St. Andrews and I 8U am t 8:61 p m ArrIVII.. Montgomery .,Leave 11:15 a m sia 5ollm p IB
11:59 am Past pin ArrlveI!! mIOllham ...Leave :
has fixed xaam .
Orders If-ft at Johnson's book store Steamship Company I 7:05pm 8:10a m Arrlve_ &SbvllleLeaYe :IJ6pm

: :Nllt.tli FllKNCD bCUEDCLE will be attended to.CHAS. the following l schedule and rates! to I I:&! am 11:131 m Arrive _LoulsYUle ._Lene ':lfpji; iZ: '. m
W. PBESSLEV.CASTORIA. apply between Pensacola: and the 7:10am j,11:58& m ArrlveClnetnngtiLeiv. 8:00pm :
. j 1:20am U:15pm
1::< Fello.wins is the schedule of the points named : SEWING MACHINE :15pm. :fJipm_

: lJverumeut5teamer Central French scil EIWLE. PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

t. which! TIlE NEWS rrint* for thetml'tlt Steamer Tarpon will leave Pecsa- Do not be dect-ivf by those who a.lvertNe No. 21-Dally No. I-DaUy No stop where LIme not shown No. ,
2-Daily 'No. r.-VIJ:
a 60.00 Machine ( :
\) of the merchants wto! ship For Infants and Children. cola every Tuesday night at 8:30: Sewing or20.0O. -- 1111M 1--"
Thidkindofamai-hineciin TOO
to the various army o'clock. after the arrival pm a m Leave.Pensacola.-Arrlve 10:60 8:1J1 III
their goods of the Mo- 11111 s:
posts: The Kind Yen Hare Always! Bought bile train and the P. & A. accommodation be dealers lioujrht/ from from us or any of our Ul 12:20 nIght" 7:18'7:18 __ Ynll obemla ltra __ "" 10:87"10:84" lfJi 8:01"II

Leave Pn.ft.-ola _____. 7:00 a. m. train. This will enable a $15.00 to 113.00. 1:21 I 7:18 II Si _Eleambla_ 10:82 II 6M"
Leaves Barrm'ai_ --- 7:&> a. m. WE MAKE A VARIETY 1:1:85: h 7:26" Mulat __ u '
to leave Mobile 10:21
LaeI Ptckt-L1. ____.,,-.m-_ 8: L""vl'li I\arranca.__ ___ !s15... m make close connection at Pensacola THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. I 12:50" 7:86": .. 'O'1tClt7_ 10:10 D:17 6: "
'.. ",' __. __10:15 a. m. GgnatueofFort: and reach St. Andrews the next I U:68: j fll8" .. __ Milton I' 10:10 'I 6:11 "
\rrivM K T\ilfli a. in. and then morning at 7 o'clock.PASSENGER:. The Feed determines the strength or 1:50 B m 1 __. It _GOOd Ra:1I' 4:56 "
\I m&k<- a trip to hortMcKee and then returns weakness of Sewing Machines. The I l: Ii' 8:13" II __Holts. 1 8:86 4:55 .1
to Harranc RATES. Double Feed combined I'JO" IIM: I &Ulilgan __ 8:11 "
LCHV-M Barrancas ______-__ I:Th p. m. Barrancas, Fla., March 9, with other ':83" 818" ... ..CrestYlew_ 8:1. 1:00.11 '
i r Liavt-s PIC&.OI& _____ ___ lSap.: m. 1903.-Sealed proposals in triplicate, The passenger rate from Pensacola strong }>oint3 makes the \ew Home 1:00" IIM" _Deer Land I. 8:1W1 IU "
l Leaves Peu&cola-- 4S" P. nip the beet Sewing; Machine to buy 1:28 1. 8:18 It Mossy head "
Lve, pl..DI ..__. .__ 5:15 p. m will be received until 11 a. m. March2S will be as follows: : 4:05: II .:. .DeFufllakeprlng5 'I 8:60 1:18 ..
! Arrives Harrancni 5:34 p, m. and makes lyoj. for constructing five cisterns, To St. Andrews and St. Andrews! showing the dir. 6:111" tH": _,.Ar(1le._ ,:" '2:11:d ..
':. trio to :cKe and relarn.i Fort Pickens. Flit t. S. reserves points-$6 00; round rip tlO. Wnte for CIRCULARS ferent styles of t6Q I 5:57: -Ponce de LeoIL- ?:!!9 It 1:11"
On Wednesdays and Saturdays the right to To and Carrabelle.. Sewing Machines (:00" 10:10' N __..Weatnlle__ ':17 "' ]::.5"
reject or accept all Apalachicola
any or ufiMMore and
we man prices before 1:08" 10:11' "
purchasing : __ U II
{ Picken Camllle_ .
, S wi leave Barrancas via :11 ]: .a"1.11II"
boat proposals or any part thereof. Information $s 50; round trip $15. IOM U ._......Bonltay,........ I. 8:1\6 II 1a1 "
t for Pen acola at 6:30 p. m. include 8:00" ]0:11" ..._.._ "
i. furnifehed on application. Envelopes These fares flrst-ciass THE NEW HOME SEWIR5 MACHINE 60.oniNcr. Cblpley 1:!7 II ]:01"
is for 6Bl M
General French 11:01" "
The armypurposes cabin stateroom and meals --Co&toDdale_ 1:18 II 12:11 :001
. i only and acy ontider must containing proposals should :. IIA.a. 7:00 II 11:26 It .._..,MarlanDa 8:00" 1a"
from the be marked "Proposals for Cisterns," Further information can be secured ::s r ion Sq.N.Y..l'blcagol1LAtJanta.Gn," f:80 II 11:411" -.Cyoresu...... 0:18" lili 111I.
hiye a pass quartermasterctake addressed. E. COLE. Q. M. by applying at the company's officesin Itt. LouJaYo.,IIa.iTex..San Francisco,Cal 7:10" 11:52.' _Grand Ridge_ 1i:82" i 11:" ,
I passage 01 her. March 17, IS, 19, 20, 26, :i. the Thiesen building. ':58"' 12:06 noon" _"_ neac1e __ 1:2l II ,10:50.1'
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__-If- 1J ij I.. Over-Work Weakens !!!,'* to.Boll, Bananas. Doctoring Free. .iji'iJ'' l

Fred VivrditK U HffiTAIHff1F[ Rm To boil bananas. peel and cut in

r Mrs. Your Kidneys. halves seven jrreen bananas aud put la -- ; .

a l>:in with :i lireakfast cup of milk or f ttt"' ,t
.';_. 228 Territorial Street Benton Harbor. Mich Copyright IOCS by Mcaure'a Newspaper Unhealthy Kidneys Hake Impure Blood. mill: aJ water. Let the bananas simmer The Red Cross Doctors Are Doing :!;

4 to give my hers, as are their ambitioni, Srndlcate.l All the blood in your body passes thro1.ghyour iu this lUxtnre for tweuty-flve This to Introduce Themselves. 41" j't'tThree
"11m fl15li! : Mary Cassell was frosting a cake minutes. Take them up when tender
of triumphs and defeatt.i kidneys once three minutes.
Wine every
:i Cl I am'Cry with rateful Healthy women do not suffer by the pantry window. The new min.Ister's The kidneys are your atd pour a cupful! of cream sauce over Month's Services Are Given tt : )J'- J Jl'

as reception was that evening. and btni. t"d, ) }
first miscarriage doesa -I blood punfers filter
nor they j
its Allif my Free to All Who Call at Their Offices : :
I i3f bP born I could not a woman who is healthy the cake was part of the Cassell donation out the waste or ... .J

b w.15 rain my strength. suffer tortures at childbirth.It toward the refreshments. impurities in the bleed. 111 West Chase Street, Between J

su:to! thl doctor gave me is the woman who is ail- Out in the kitchen Mrs. Cassell, with If they are sick or cut How to Purify \Vatfr. f

10'; v..hich fc caaaiu ing-who has female weakness her sleeves rolled to her ample elbows. cf order: they fail to do To purify larjre tiuaiitlties! of water Incase Now and March 21. 'i1tlr

on ; ior but instead of -who fears the ordeal was resting from her labors of preparing I their work. a filter is not obtainable! it is n I"":' I !

.t1 rti;I rtw weaker I of becoming a mother.Wine a huge dish of chicken salad and Pains aches and rheumatism good plan to use alum for this will A staff of emlnnt.pbysietans and sur- i: 1'1h'
tf'g eons Irom the Iced Cross }1l'dJ.ftllo tltul" '
d.1y.: My husband ) of Cardui builds up the womanly come from excess cause all impuritifs! to sink to the lotoni. have. 'if
chatting with a neighbor who had run at the une.t solicitation of a larpe .,
r. 1 homl onuveningwlth ifn.Fred rnrotA. in a woman. It stops cf uric acid in the when: the clear water at the top number of pai<-u9 under their care 10 this n 'tt
In. Her maiden sister sat by the window
C1r.l! of Car uf and in. all unnatural drains' and -' blood, due to neglected! counlrv, tM l>]i-bf.1 a pfrnmntLt branch t .
'f IIll working buttonholes in a white: kidney trouble. may be pouml oft lull will be fit { r'USl' of the Inttitutoin thiscuty at '
.'t,4thitltike I it for a wuk and tee strains irregularities which are responsible ft: l\t :i

; it v.'ouli: do for me. As he seemed for barrenness and miscarriage. lawn dress.Is Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady Oue tablespoonful of alum will be IllWestChaseStreet.The .n!

what much faith in it I did take the It makes a woman strong andiidicir2 that Mary's asked the caller heart beats, and makes one feel as though required fur four gallons of water. It .

to hive so 4113 was very gratefulslowly to find healthy and able to pass through pregnancy nodding toward the white waist. "Is they had heart trouble. because the heart is must, le stirred in thoroughly; and then eminent gentlemen have decided to .J.1t; :j 11

la two and childbirth with little suffer over-working in pumping thick kidney- allowed to settle.! pirethrir sen-eec. entirely free for three j l't ,
szngth returning. bhe going; to wear It tonightT'"Yes. month medicine excepted) to all Invalids .4 )
:17 vcs I WS out 01( W and in a month. in' After the ordeal is passed the ." said the mother, looking Interestedly poisoned used blood be through veins and arteries. \\ bo call upou ihtm for trt-aimeut j:',:."Do!
It to considered that
take usual I Wine prepares a woman for a speedy only urinary \lo\r ta Satr a Tall.
uable: to op fY.! at It. "Awful plain too. but troubles were to be traced: to the kidneys Etta Niw and !March 21.service
enthusiastic in its praise. recovery to health and activity.Vflw Curl in your toes is the advice givento .
very she would have it that Kind of
but modern
am way. now science proves that nearly:
ia the noblest duty of Card in re-inforcing theM fearful who dreads to
the These consist
iTIIEKHOOD i woman not only of con.
Iridey, I tell her.nl1 she: laug lEslnlfil'antly. all constitutional: diseases! have their beginning -
[ ]I ? 1 highest privilege women organs of generation has made mothers I in kidney trouble. slip tlown tiu", but also 5
I 1'1 lieve aspire to. With. of women who had given up hope of of this is
I i canai If are sick can make no mistake eUie.ii-y slipless recipe The object in pursuing tliii course e
"l>:d the minister po to college In the you you
do not mothers. Wine of Cardui
Iri\'ilt'ge"omen ever becoming H to betome rapidly nud .
it this personally ac
o first vouched\ for by a man who was formerly
by doctoring The
ti' 'e i h in life-too often they will cure almost any case of barrenness same to\yn Mary's college was?" asked your kidneys. quaintedith the sick at.dallned.and under ri .
rt and: the extraordinary effect cf Dr. Kilmer'sSwampRoot n freight braUt-man, who says: no conditions will wbate\
any charge ,
!h the world discontented, except cases of organic trouble. How the caller, her voice lowering to a .be'
.J' :: the made for Itn'f'IC'.s rendi-r fur three
great kidney remedy is that it saved Us I life : a time when
ip in their own selfish cares can you refuse to take such a remedy sepulchral wh 'pt r which more easily realized. It stands taaiy mouths to all hit call before March! list. 4 j
:'". t1 .' '3. How different ia the that promises such rel ief from suffering? reached the pantry.An soon the highest fr its lie was running on the tops of icy cars. Tbedoc'trn treat all forms of distase and .
wonderful of the
her Children Wine of Cardui simply makes cures most distressing cases The remedy Lo offers is a simple one. defornuiif and guaranteeacure. 10"ery Iica
t : a .
.or, watching you angry flush rose to Mary's cheek and is sold on its merits ""* -. tllf'ur..I"rlak.. At the rlrot InterView 3
'.) n anlioo.1 anil: womanhood. strong woman and strong, healthy I and she sttpped to the door and sharply It i-otisKts only in curling: your toes. a thorough! ex,.:nlnntior. l< made. and. .,
by all druggists in f.fty-: g". :: : if Incurable are frankly and kindly told & t
r. ,3aillll.nyll.-esaJshehas( women do not suffer. They look forward shut it before her mother's : : The man who advises this says that he you
reply. .
I cent and one-do'lar siz .h ho; alolulviI HKttmot spending money for
ir joya and sorrows are to motherhood with joy. 'f'!.y--" does not to explain it, but that ,
t: r"t Two patches of color began to growin es. You may hive a ',.' .;:...., attempt useless treatment .. .
._ __ -__ l_. _fl-5 outside the I' bottle mad it never fail,. and for the women, Male and f..IIII.akn.. catarrh and :
__jI the landscape pan'rywindow. sample by nom or SWlWI(>oRoot.I ratarrbat deafne1; also %firicottle, rup .
A million suffering;! women Mary sathen simultalll'I I free, also pamph'.et! telling you how t3 find yom and old. who tlisliko an icy ture.goure.eaneerandnil di-eitie* of the

1 WINEofCARDVI have found relief in I ou--ly. One was v'vi! !
I ,
Wine of Cardui. Mention this when Dr. Kilmer
__ grew out of the field across the pasture -I paper writing I Their chief as.ortatee surgeon of the Inttltut'wlil I V
1I- .
& Co., Binghamton N. Y.! HIMV tu Present SnorliiK. .. bern oer opnl charge
lot. Presently it came anti crossed iiffloes :N". Ill Vet i have Hoars I
h_ __ _. 'the fence and became distinctly the I To prevent suarin? a !small cap to fitted 9a.iui, to7p.m. ,1i -
Don't make any mista! but remeinhfr over the chin awll1l'Illn place bya

new niiii'sttr'B hAadnonie gelling; attire the name, Swamp; Root. Ii.ii.d! arouti'l the he-id fastened to the _ _ (

T native lJ-rono fcimne en every it was fi'1"\ knit and rld nndhiul I; Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, and the chin cap with ela-tic: raider batids.This ti
1d.--- J' 0.f curiously feminine sleeves of scarlet -
addres. Hicgliamtou. .X. Y., onevery allows: fiveiloui of the PARKER'S ,
CQ-CS a Cold! in One Day, Grip in 2 Days bOL 25c taffeta silk. bottle.! HAIR BALSAM
lower jaw. v\l.e; at the same time ItPrVeiia Cl-.n... toLd braul.iit> lic hIbiuruint .
The minister! carried his bundle of 1'...".",. provth.M .
its .lr >p[>iiig clown after thesu'ujCct ver Flit. to )
golf sticks.: lIe came and stood underMary's I tt < orco1o7i i.
is asleep, and thus prevents es Hair to n ... ... ,
window and besought I Cutt**'(' d> m i it bo. t
pantry ol'!'I "'II ,"..t." 1i ;
D. HALE WILSON her to play. Stracgo: insight that To GO"l.'rn.h'! sLorin:: .

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that n --- -
should make him sure 'twas Mary! I \Vluit are the aciuinplNhnients! -

The other spot of color wns red. too C uutn.' they sitting playing "f. ',

Real Estate and Rental Agent deep, dull red. P.utthougu_ it was notvivid i painting d.inang. etc., or are they s Doors and <$ .

like: the other, it caught and UllMary's I happy disposition-one that sees the \ ti

attention and an answering silver lining to even the blackest Window Screens :;,{. f qi
lat: South Palatox: Street,
glow; of color flamed upon her check I cloud-a Le'iiing: hand a disposition to

TELEPHONE !O. 243. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA like the sunset in the autumn west make another's burdens eas-'wr to carry, j\ HAVE YOU TlIOFUHT Or' y :n

The minister saw It and thought ho I even temper, gixxl nature (.t('.? There \ TUKPROTLLTIONAsD '

had brought it there. I Is no question those' first slighted; are {

The girls eyes lifted toward the dis. I poor acfomplL-bmrnts indeed in comparison COMFORFTHEY: AFFORD? 'fi .(.ll. ,

t.'intohor wining: nearer while she I with the others :and again. t i: '

Classified Adver selnents. gravely toM the minister she could not while the so ca"j: -p.ecornplWiments of : i Get Prices Now. : \1-1II
I E :4 'If
play golf that n1or1lhi1.It sliigtn, playing; etc., cnn lie the herItage =: _
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n .1 was David Halstead's old red flannel -I of but few, the others-and theyi :-

ONE CENT A WORD. shirt that. glimmered. through.L the..! i I ere the accouiplNLinents that really :a;; -i: -. 11. G.i; DeSilrafi Co. \ /

She had known it rrom me nrsi.It ; I t ,
.. trees. : count-can !>e tl.e heritage of al.! Xo Ji
FOl'- U. was at the throat a ; what cue's condition i
STOLEN. open ltth'.l matter : or tbtpost-: liThe -
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I showing; where the white skin tlon is, it can loe bettered or trainedif ft ur' ;

: ;:; FOl'XD-A Bunch of Keys. Owner sunburn of his neck. As he looked toward i une I is willing; to work. says the :
)I" ;; andvhite r; may have same by calling at this !
the two at the window he grave-1 I American Queen. You mu>t learn to \
:>Z; pounds; Answers office, identifying property and payIng Star Laundryi\i
for this notice. MTtf: ly lifted! the large straw farm hat govern yourself to curb your tempor
!U ,a. My name on collar. a forehead fine iu outline where the and tongue perhaps laboriously at first
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All! persons are warn lamp hair clustered in tIark rings.:: it second Liter to '
I'ti' 8.1)1. ( cuiiies as a nature ;

>riig her. Ue\varl -FOR REN'l-In house- buildit He thought;: the color in Mary's: cheik':, seek the silver; lining to be kind, helpful Biggest, Busiest, Best 1 :

r' turn nf dog and floor opera and was a reflection from the minister's ger.tlo and hone, and when j'o'i
ir on ground one stole
rod jacket, anti she saw he thought so have sumtileil it. all these will not 1 t
>\ :ar. for evidence ollice ; on e v jonu door three ollices.feb'20 : you
iof. antI blushed the more. only have all the accnmplMnuciits
: "You'll l>o out tonight;: of course*. Mr. i iIlaNteadV" i that count. tnt aa con'iuiuee you
: WANTED.VANTEiCooil the taiiiMer called joyously : will b<. a most popular girl ant abaruting
..__u..__ ._..'_.__._ _... lie was young: and he was glad to ( : cumpanioii to any mii.
be hew and looking forward engerly
\ ; nurse immediately:
1 .. to t h,' retvriioii! in his new, first
lemon at ; \Vcst Chase. mlGtf. I Thfflse1'esVe \ W! .

-n "' on loft I church. More Riots. .
"1 nn not sure." answered David, I
> nan.. "]i" :>rt. of strikers are not
p WANTED 5 YOUNG MEN: from the ,,!,a.In.f trouble Hitting over his \ let the Shirt*, Collar r

oJ ( inn E.cambiCounty: at once to pre. face. "\ly mother i is not well." Then nearly as grave as an individual disorder anti CutT* we Launder: peak for frthciite1ves.

: r cr. .' reward. pare for Po-itiotis iu tin Goveruuieut the of the system. Overwork, loss
he turned away bowing! homage They will talk l louder
sleep, tension
.Service. Apply to !lof nervous will be followed -

:- ::\\KU.-Uark: bay Iuter-rtiat: Corres. lu-t. : girl at the window. by utter collapse, unless a reliable il..ii.. we cau. \Ve want to be judged '

'. <, Alxnit thirteen Cedar Ujpul-i, 11.dJcwlm I The kIlIll! the! cake hardened is'tt'etl '-- remedy is inimdlately employ. note or the work we do than by
and IhIlIrs: Cassell's reputation ; ed. There's nothing so efficient to what

C"l about three 1------------ -- .- as a cnU-makcr! high honor. Two cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys we say.

", 1 'I..".i and fifty cents WANTED-Several: per'onof character women of the <-oiirrt'ritimi sat eatiun I' as Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful

!r. ':Til Idi and good reputation iu each it by the window tlr Sunday school tonic, and effective nervine L
to the and the greatest all around medicine I' ALL WORK c. 0. D. Goods CaM for and Delivered Free :
: i :i'iMillview.: : etate (one in this county required) that looked diagonally: nero!;!!
to rpreeut and advertise old t-R- Infant class wido\\ s. Their! talk floated I'for run down systems. It dispel TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-

tablihed wealthy business hou-e through the sweet nigl.t!; aIr! : I'i Nervousness, Rheumatism am!

1.1" t .: 'II o.nivu-ed-backed of olid Qnaucial standing. Hal try "Yes, this is Mis' l'a.sdl'sIt': I Neuralgia and expels Malaria perms WALKER INGRAHAM Manager. }
$21.00: weekly with txpniies additional fixln Only 5Uc. and satisfaction guaranteed -, ,
I :n. coauiniti names and all dayable in ca-h was up tU'-ns tothiyhit"s just by \V. A. D'Alemberte, druggist, _. -- ..
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; >, written I in indelible direct each Wednesday from head fer tIPirIar:: to carry off the minister 121 S. Palafox street. -

K-: -A.tiJ: f..r the fl'- with a high hand and all 11I''all1'Fhe's a
ottic*' Horse aud fur-
? carriage
I I. I'K.I U. K. s
has been
or ni"heJ when ntce!,sary. Rfiierence the only girl In town SEND YOUR ORDERS
,' .J! J. E.: Clement. Mo.I Enclie, As If she was lirttrrfer
: ? sself-addrefd en to college. any
", T ''J nlIll.l.: I iMMfi. to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or VAN PELT BROTHERS
velope. Colotial Co., Caxton that to keep house anil (' presidentof electrical work. Repair work I
I ,
llltt.. C liI\.I. Jfet.4wWAX the woman's missionary societies I tiug. answers: tai. speci.*Ity.TXc1 '
nml sO'nil his hUtfllTI1l'rI"s other GARDEN STREET GROCERS !jr: ;
sear i.ii !i. tt hint 1 KI>-All buids or empty beer 'I ,
lookln' and ------
girls! In IVrnwood as good p I ,
bottles.! S. A. Friedman. t.9-tl "'
if rcnni"| in res- onpnble as she I.:." I Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of 1 y
Vi"iiamJJT' ..,,"II I Splendid chance for men to learn barber The ;girl: ncross In the other window.patkiitly C1 Wah &
'I trade. Years: of apprenticeshipsaved : cutting: cake 'I ( :.

by our method steady practice -'I with anger;: and. throwing down In'r I (.1' ".f t'

and instruction. Tmils, diploma knife, she rushed out of the open door i 1 "
: INSURANCE Fruits, Nuts, and all the Dclicacacics of the Season. ;
.-!, iH$Ukms, board and Saturday wl111.tJ the path between the gravestones

MONEY TO LOAN I vanes siven. Catalogue mailed free. I of the churchyard. : AX) I Our Oni>a* are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely ou Getting the

Molor: College: ; New Orleans La I She ran on down the road after she i REAL ESTATE "
:M7-4t: her Best Freshest and Cheapest.
(' had passed the churchyard: gate, t tI ,
iable terms andV.
v, I whHe dress gleaming! In the rmwn'igl.t.! No. South Palafox Street. I
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\ I "Mary! called a voice behind\ her. I
lU'LLAUD, .1XCHAXnAllj' one wanting aumiiier VAN PELT BROTHERS
!I' ifnx 1'p-Stair II I .. home in thu mountains and site heard footsteps. She but ran Partial Lin of I"t'i'irable; Dwelling- ,

J A. \V1Lt4)N1lantg.r.: ; can txchangp property in Floridaor the fa
: South; Ueonria for equal valuein 'Ma'y: !" onrv4 n voice more clearlynow. of the City : TELEPHONE NO. 231 ** J J 3J EAST GARDEN ST.

I' Aheville N. C. Will trudt: up nnd shio suddenly stopped. No: CTUO iMj-stnry bott *, containing li r H>miu ;
MONEY TO LOAN up\ to ?10Wt> or 11'?"". OtisliIIer.: >I imidHrn comenlenenbah on ,
I :Salisburv: iilock l Peiisjcola. that vas not the minister. Upper siud lower finnrs. onrn T lot :
I h;. hors:;. W.I III! 11". hum "11\1h 'rvt e.Ottjttout-
,li uthcr kindof nnd there wis: the cnoke In her voice liou ea, etc.. >o. 714 tat 'l.nUua ; .:
-- treft.

I :_)''. Iu-int gurz.d.! i rnrcv .IRI ""Ai.,.' IIP ren'enil'ered that time! they went 3o.iA >-S-'tory::, room bonrdine, known house.H(* the cnntiinlng I'onc. Ot p ROYAL\ STANDARD, \\\lIISIEY\ { :. :,

: -- --- wuliiu ii the brook: years ago and sin- i Li>on bouse No. lilt K.i.t IntendeaeiH ,
\ :'t. A. A. Ki-fcer.L'm 5 J
tf I FOB rsALK-Tinuioyt desirable pot .1 thorn! in her foot. 1 I : -\ diratIe ttrctt.J.ROO |. ..Inr) mnd'rn dwelling .. I Tears Dldj in Casss all full!! quarts, ti $3.23 per csa i ,
I| If\:-; ir it.B city on ta-)y term:., by "I was going;: down to sec how jour 7 room, mo,t di-sirubiesection ol lbs : :

\ :\-\\". u. MenMorwy I th" f'Stu-r It -at Estate Airency.204it mother is." she falure.1 in her col- I city on a rr.rner on the street cr .
Eolith I'alitox. ISalm:: I lItwNO.)2nNorth? I.ftrcrlorw: strfftPiO.iO I h distilled at the Nelson Co. ,
vice."Mary .
\ to
:"it. leg .
; I -I arge 2tory duelling. InIronnni rOflm THIWHI"KEYi '
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., I - Eint :! i-l fully matured in wood 1
il) r.i > of it.terHt.iit.v. --- there: arc tears cm your : evullucCuare I '
1t1R G-'U&'. ran"j (io\frnni street. before b.ulinH is absolutely and not ex- -tJ
< Olllvje!:: ai.d I \Vho are running away from? pure :
... M' you f.5)-Comfortatule u -w 5-story niothnOweilir '
celled in of the
quality by any Whi-key same age
( inLKN1 "tl"l'.t. "
"Prom Mrs. Hanks and Mrs. Nettle- g. v rOOUI1.'ry di-tlraljle .
MRS. SARAH : tioc t>( th" city situated on :-"ec'l n.) matter where produced. The Hoyal (Standard :P.'I
turer and ton and-and-the minister""I : Ksylen I> t..e\'n etronj ar.d lif::; I' is; eight year; old when bottled, and, considering t rt '
[ :: I > on improvedin Hits. Toilet nEmXI'ImUfaC'1 thought: you tared for hIm" said tree S.uostorydwellingin. I'I I its excellent quality is the cheapest whiskey in ,
e"od order wilt
larp or suidlluw "tc.. 32U: '\'t David when he could master the grc't fJ5.i: Brooms, three doors from the b..111 I the market at that price. As a beverage, and as t ...

) rate of interest. I joy In his voice! "and I would not '..! i line l's' gas ar.d water throughout an absolutely pure ptiniulant, there is none better !
.. K Hronk*, attorneys .H'rdln&t Ilnu" .,. old \ows stand In your way if you i >'o, ::h'='Nll1l1arr\ street. shipped in cases containing no marks whatever to hC'indicatp.
f'O.jt.I.Uory: dwelling7 roome. city water
:S. 1'alafox St., Fihe'rSill BOARDING HOUSE at Wheeler I Ipring loved onif one else. Mary, he is more : bi>tb, gai, "''}ib larse corner lot, No.4Ue contents If purcha;f r, upon examining ds;

-_ 1m "s .t VVright street. the whiskey i is not ati-fled with the quality he
lie is educated awl LIH
5, Mary Esther, Fla.. Mrs.Condon jour iual. 115.70-1-story owellinii.U rooms newly pa- '. ,
J! ,S '.DAY-!), heed proprietress. All the a career before him. You know that pored and phinted throughout on can return the tame at our expense and money ..;
you will be refunded.
I belt 110<. No.w K..*t Gregory street.
comforts of home at late for to make of 1
reasonable ; it Is too me ever
> u call borrow any very $15. -l-siory dvkelllnic.clly water and bath. All orders should be accompanied by either ,
rate Northern tourists will life what I dreamed In my l>oyItwxl 7 rooms bull t lock of ground with
want today on ea"ie.t my k. IIGuIrYLaasQL .., currency postorBce money l'r. bank draft orex- ., r )
find this an ideal place to spend a ?" beanti'ul shade trees So. .t5 Eait
"i\\e-t rites anywheren \ days. Mary, are you sure i Cervantes street. r- pre.i money order. We ntH to First National .
improved city teal! tiiintko of th aeaon. 12nlm "Sure l\'iJ-sur. beyond a doubt! I1S.W-l- tory dwcilinK. 415 East Gregory M Bank or any merchant in Ptnsacola. I

I'"m.. Fisher, :W4\1 S. 1I11V.tL.. Do you think my love has not grown ,' treet,5. rooms, newly papered andpalnttnl. Di .-
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B.L. DIAMOND. the tailor. has removed with these years of sacrifice on ycrt 'I lU.w)-No. 14 East: Helmont' street. 5-room : i
--I cottaec, CUT wairr, newly' painted.In : .
h.TrIHmont'\'', to 114! West Governmentstreet part? Do you think I cannot recogniza i perfect order.HOjDNo. ,

propl'rty oppo-ite Express office, true nobleness Oh David the lull North Alcantz strbet. a new !
-ure your 1 bousr in good order with i ronm ; SOL PROPRIETOR PEXSACOLA
but FLA.
where he to clean minister Is a good man. 1-i.
is prepared repair new
ii'ts t>t titl, buy or i I 10.nt-N:-%<). gill K,,-t BrlmoDt street city t ,
i.' rent property of and press ladies' and eentleH. doubt if he would be capable of gIvIng! I water. a 5 room cottage; newly j
\ ..' t"II.r tJ11\ipiI"it". lhJlTfl that life held dear fcr Tainted and tenrratea thru;:hout P O. BOX 418. TM.KI'HOXF.:
"ii, have; rents col. lpen up everything;:
S.M->;o. V10 East Laliua btrl'l'r. a neatly I
tax. ? attended tu, : 'HI"'tau'un... this future to save a mortcacod: fr: :" p DreJ 4-room Cottage la Rood condition I
: no.c. Watoc, - - - - I *. I' largo ,lot city 'Mer. r
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ma ,
ick mother.
for ,
i and care a _.; 4.A raIDM*' "
: X-u-mbri list of smaller Dwellings, as welitj .. .
;1- AL FMA maker 315 A large --" -
ite and Insuranceno's ray choice long; long aro and w! a number stores and offices t u:'. KENT, (rI handle every da" of Lfqoors old, in I
'! Fla. Charges: South Palafox street. R -cover. hulk ir bottle, wholeaslo r-r ,
t retail that
it" And she nsed : at prices
!r,. everyoufe who buy tog and repairing of umbrellas and never change love '. THOS. C. WATSON & CO., I ,or" wjy down. \
his face transfigured by :: \-11'1
vi.- will lend parasols a specialty. Silk COVTS a Leadlz Ral Estate: Rental and Insurance
11 money faith. GRACE L. HILL so-th Falafox! Htreetv .4- AGENT FOR THE
build a hou>;!!. t' !.tJ always on hand: jan 3 -\II'Jul L PAB3T SEERJr.

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ship was handsomely decorated with P. & A.I.
All Don't Think Alike. Regular communicationof
flags of all sizes and description.
Pensacola Lndee No. 42,
Three splendid navy bands rendered A: F. & A. M., Rt 7:30 p. m.,
delightful music during the hours o* : hursday.! March Id
*There are some people who will not ride the reception. Work in the E. A. de
upon the electric cars-others do. Thereare Below, the floral decorations were a gree.ViititlnffDrbthrenare
: cordially in-
also some people who still think the triumph of beauty and artistic skill. vited. VALUEOn

primeval method of using sour milk and soda The ladies cabin was done in the sort I Tetley's is the blend of the conWhen the best Tea cot less I i R. C Tcxisos, W. 11.
pink bridesmaid roses and ferns. The : T. H. FLEETWOOD, rec.j .
for leavening! bread is the Lest. They I noissenr. The right proportion thin a half-cent a cap, why not I
ward-room, a symphony in yellow and I
haven't tried "GOOD LUCK" Taking Handsome dafodils and soft : of India and Ceylon Tea. have it! It i U THI y's. Ii
green. i 3 udgin's, file Best far oc.
Powder ferns graced every available space,
ASK YOUR GROCER. I i __ __ _
while in graceful effect trailed the

Richmond, MrginU.SOCIAL I dainty smilax. : NOW OPEN!
the top line; the
The captain's table was glowing! in price VD. \\ol
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.crimson carnations and with ferns.

e.c..a+e................. The magnificent silver service presented find at the bottom. Just where ,. t.

by the Alabamians to their BOWLING UlH! I

i ECHOES !11 i splendid namesake was largely "en I II i iIt longs, as 'tis such an extreme! LOW

I evidence," and very much admired. I ....1.....101...0 pit ......a1..awwj
Elegant refreshments were served, t 'I 11 West I lEtettem Sfett
...........1.............. :, \I\., ONE, while the VALUE stands acute
the entertainers doing everything to ..
I !) I Opposite Jis. MeHuzhV.
The ladies of Christ's Church honor their guests. ; .
__ all.
Guild, have: devised a plan to make I Captain Charles II. Davis and the : ,

money for the new church building 'officers of the Alabama, with Admiral t :

fund. Iligginson and staff, received the distinguished Chris Thiesen It's a Ladies' Lace Slice her -a
i art
They will sell every Saturday afternoon party of over two hundred o New Orleans Gr.oeepy I Io !| i iI

nice Lome made dishes such a3alJ.(1s ladies and gentlemen from Mobile I! CORNER I I II spring healed, >fetent and leati'c t J5.
: majonaise dressing cakes and a few very fortunate Mobilians 0 I

breads, desserts and other delicacies: who here. The beautiful McHUGH :
residing JAMES I
e AND BAYLEN STS" real dressy toes, and then t; 5 s
at Cahn's grocery store trom 12: to C.Al toilettes of the ladies and the ,
housel.eepers will be glad of handsome uniforms of tle officers : t One Block We t of Palafox. :I

in opportunity to get these nice things added much to the general effectiveness o
COFFEES KEEPS THE FINEST Common Sense styles. in f;' t
lor the table, and at the game time II of tile scene. Perhaps never before + 0+

flI 1 that they! are supporting a cause has St. 1'a'rick's Day been celebrated e
_.)o\ IJ< are
in vi men there is so ninth interest ; in so delightful and novel f : \ l,
lilt 1hp committee for this Saturday I
a manner. He may now he cal eJ I I lI
aft4 rncxn. March: 21st are Mrs. the patron paint of the battleship.Alabama. < !
r Fred 1 lm': Ilrs.: D F. Lowe and e 0 '

f Mrs. II (',. DeSiha. : OUR SPECIALTIES. A I .
entertained K.IK
Chaplain: Rennolds amost
: Mrs. \\'. 15. Wright is entertainingLer o I I 5DIFFERENT

J wife brother of Mobile.Mr. Wm. T. Kelly and his aboard charming the Alabama party .*. W'D I e 4 Family IT or' Mtdidoil i Use elI I

Miss Whiting of Mobile is the guest 2 I, i
of Miss Daiaie Wright. I FOR
Mrs. Monroe Price is the guest of e ex: I 1:2 I

her grand mother, Mrs. T. E. Roberts, neQ.. H. Shinn, 1D., of Boston. 0- G7 i Tie

at 11 East Gregory street.Mr. will preach at the Universalist churchon 0 W Nf .. Sailor or Lan SDlan. STYLES

East Chase street Thursday night. Q -I
and Mrs li.; 0 Saltmariiu entertained : | -
The doctor will leave for DeFuniak on z
a party of seventeen guestson : Friday morning. : Swedish Punch, Danish Aquaril,

the bay yesterday. A stop was i German Kummel and other brandsof

made at the navy yard for some of the The reception-tendered Dr. Bisboe z W o t --i rno imported Wines and Liquors. .AT.
m .. .
and tile delightful addition of
J party *
and family last night at the Univer .
the Marine band which was the courtesy < to Here only you will find the X. C. .
salist parsonage, was a very pleasant
of Admiral Wise. Elegant re i Bowen Kentucky Whiskey, :24! years I

fre'hm'nt3're served and a cruise affair. p : old.
1 t t'i t 3
was made around the bay. This Mrs. H. P. Thompson, Miss Adair, p 0 Valhalla Branch, corner Garden

charming; affair was given in honor of Mrs. James Davis and two of the lat- .. z- : m .. street and 10th avenue. $1.00

Mrs. Satlriiarsa's guests, ths Misses tor's children, all tWill Chicago, were x :' -- .
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,1 : i
Thompson ii LnuUitilu. the Mobile excursionists. They p
among; .
Q \\Te11S1hll\\ {
are all tourists from Chicago t I Conwany
The city is: crowded with snests a ? e ,
J .
from M';\ ; who came OH'rII atund Mr. Hotelier C. Huntley of Flurala, --- \\WHOLESALE RETAIL

the t Alabama.: recepium yesterday: aftcruon. is in the city today. i HIGH GRADE GROCERIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I GROCERS.Headquarters PAIR.Meyer \ .

Mr. J. 0. Pace, of Brewton, a prominent i .. Tinreception of the (Ueoola Club naval stores man of South Ala

; Thursday evening to the officers of is the Merchants. i PHONE 105. :
bama, at Fancy and Staple Groceries. .......... ,..,..,.., .
i th" Xorth Atlantic: squadron now in 'I I
lint, promises to exceed in elegance Mr..1. M. Lindsay of Havana, Cuba, 0.. .i.....01.. .0N..0...NO..... ............: ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE .
anything in the way of entertainments u at the Merchants for a day or two. FANCY GOODS. II II I I

ever given=; in I'ensaeua! The floral I WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS

decorations will be superb, which, Mr. S. Tibbett collector for the port An Extensive Optical Institution. I FOR WEST FLORIDA FOR THE Shoe Co

with the beauty, elegance! and gallantry of Mobile: was among the large number CELEBRATEDCafe

that will participate in this event, who came over from that city Satisfaction Guaranteed. du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home

will l>o a living picture of delight; K'hterady. He was at the Merchants Molasses. IllinI and Climax Flour,
hotel when found by Collector! John E. Our Guarantee Means Something. Baylels Delicatessen, German-Ameri
who We are not here today and can Food Company's; Canned Meats, for Cash only
Mrs. J. r. Flillnian: was the hostessat Stillman of the local port entertained away I Feet Furnibher
Etc., Etc.
Mr. Tibbett during the af tomorrow.No I
a most elegant: luncheon ye.itenlaysivon I
in honor of Miss King of Cinfiaiiattt tern on. guess work-Accurate, Scientific II I -- Lumber.

who is the guest ot Mrs. 1 Measurements and Tests. I :x3 scantling, $3: per thousand.3x3 102 South Palafox St.

.'Is. Mr. F. (,. Stauffer, of Chattanooga, caw .. DIFFICULT CASES A SPECIALTY. I, scantling, $6 per thousand.
U at the Merchants! tlllaHe is !rJ EXAMINATION FREE. Other items in proportion. Call and I .

t Mrs. Kenneth McAlpin-, wife of inspecting buildings in need of fire escapes I I see us.MClmo., i iI
1 jt-ul !c.lll ins, of the Teas and and will have something to offer I EELLAMORE, I I

:Mrs. Miur, v.ife of Lieut-commander in that hue 8IMJil.I'hoHtf1I'ul'l1crs The only Refracting Optician in the City. I,

C. 1'. :Muir, of the Alabana.are H

f'll( with Mrs. Ho'.cies! on North Pala- who have been here Barry for several and Glover days I. r_ Room 9, Old Armory Building, Pensacola, Fia. ; 'rlrf !'u VriIII 'r\i'u l l I" Ilrr)?

1 making ti tvs f.,r the I. & X. railroad lion and his general a'l-round !btisiaws

: Mrs pamnol S-. Uol.insin whose bus I crrnip'i-ti d i their vork today and left MR. 8AYNOR and gentlemanly traits has .,von him I THE N1T0RE! IWHO'S

J band is Lieut on the Alabama has for Loni.vi11ALABAMA'S' many friends! in Pensacol.i.() will

, ,mat Mrs. Mauris' corner Spring rej ,ics:: at a probability of his early

.t. and iausiVn! wrevts. ACQUITTED and permanent return.

This afternoon the officers of the !

l:1dian'wHi receive from :'. to .". [ After the grip, or other serious OL< .$
illness Hood's
Sarsaparilla is the
medicine to take to restore the
The Kvption aboard the Alabamat appe

ii i I ') the ciii,:ess of Mobile was in : BLUEJAOKETS DICT IN THE CRIMINAL COURT tite and strength.It YOUR TAILOR ?

i every way a u.>st perfect nieces The THIS MORNING. Saved Hit Leg.P. zA

,. I i A. Danforth of LaGrange Ga.,
: -- i -- suffered for six months with a fright We invite you to come in and see the elegant line of Suitings -?

WAS REFUSED LIFE I INSURANCE !i WERE ASHORE THIS MORNINGAND ful running sore on his leg; but we are showing for Spring and Summer wear
____ Scores of friends in this city were writes that Bucklen's M
: .I Arnica Salve Our Flannels and Wool Crashes are exclusively in pattern, and
Rejected on Account of "Corfee CREATED FAVOR AS THEY delighted to learn this morning that wholly cured it In five days. For :
: all
garments made by ED. V. PRICE & CO. for us are guaranteed .
Heart Ulcers, Wounds Piles, It's the best .
j Life insurance companies ha'efully MARCHED ON THE STREETS. Mr. H. B. Saynor was acquitted of a salve In the world. Cure gauranteed.Only to fit you or no sale." Their; representative will bo with us
they I Ij charge of embezzlement in the criminal 25 cts. Sold by W. A. IXAlem- i
j established the fact that i court today, that verdict being berte druggist 121 South Palafox
use of c >a'e causes an organic: tit street. Thursday March ipth. jp
Inspiring!' music from the whart at rendered soon after court convened in ,
heart, shorteningthe
rangement: <>f the
, morning session.Immediately .
Ions; beat and, importing lite. For It). In clock this forenoon attracted Hudgins has a'Iew label for the
,1 after the verdict was -.>GIVE US A CALL. J>
,1a this habitual coffee drinkers best 5 cent cigar on the market. . I
reason attention of people on the streets and ""
learned, friends of the gentlemanwent -
refused life insurance in manycases. I ....
. are in offices and in a lew seconds later
I to see and congratulate him,
A well known merchant ofWhite's Hot Chocolate with
began tj line the sidewalksand and were very happy to leain of his
<. i Crt di, Tenn., proprietor of a persons ;good fortune.It Whipped Cream at holo- GRAY I;
large; store there 'l's-"Tlm'l': wrc'ics! to catch a glimpse of was through the especially praiseworthy mon sJtpdng's ,

: : years ago 1 was examined for life what proved to bo men from the bat
work of Attorneys C. M.

t roji-oted because my heart actionva .ir.J following the excellent band of diet was in favor of Mr. Saynor. These I
\ 1 at tim s oi.t ot place: 13: beatsin gentlemen handled the case in an able In Escambla County Circuit Court. wmmm'mNM"I
t that big and bea.ititultssel.. I State of Florida. In ChanceryClyde I > r1rtV'lh
oil.;, I.t' manner, presenting their side of the E. Wilson, >
"I consulted several pwl doctors I The men presented a fine appear case with force and effectiveness. The vs. -- -

atnl was invariably asked by, them ance. The hand played almost unceasingly verdict showed how the jury regarded Charles Clark and Julia Clark

:F j "1M you drink ardent spirits use and following the music marched their efforts.Mr. .his wife; Richard Clark and A CREENHUT

,i'.:/ : tobacco or think coffee to the first a large number of marines in light Sayr-or's acquittal is a matterof : Clark Janey, Clark Louis, Harris his wife and; Smith Rosa & 00. *

}" r I answered; 'Very little' to the second skirmishing; uniforms, resembling thetimiliir sincere joy, both to himself and Harris, his wife; Fannie Mar ,

!li'r I' said 'No* to the last 'Yes' and they Khaki dress adopted by the friends. Throughout his long career he tin., Martha: Dixon, Isaiah Dix- '

ri wc'iUl all say Quit Coffee: Rous'a: Riders Directly following kept out of the courts until he reached on, Rosa Daniels and Cap ....WHOLESALE GROCERS,

"1 determined to do this. I hai1 I I marched the nattily attired this place and was then dragged into Simmons Daniels, her and husband Hiram Simmons; Agnes,

; rend about Postuni Cereal Coffee and bl-iej'.ckfts.' There were not less than undesired public notoriety on an unfounded her husband. I Nos. 102, 1 104,106 East Government St, PENSACOLA, FLA.

; bought::; and used it and liked it aswell lot; of them and their faces wore an pretext of embezzlement; Onlonday: the 4th day of May, A. ,
as the best of real: coffee and expression indicating their importance. D. 190J, the defendants Louis Harris -
when he to
was honestly trying get
of cof- i and Rosa Harris are required to appear FOR LUMBERCall CREX AMERICAN GRASS CAR
. as a result of It'i1H' in place I; Directly following marched
;, I what was due him for salary. He will to the bill tiled against them
I fee I find myself without a skip in the hospital corps, and altogether the leave for Colimbus, Ga., tonight to herein. on BEEKMAN LUMBER PETS AND LINOLEUM, FINEST

my heart action and I can get insurance show was as pretty a one as cojld be resume his duties as manager of the This order to be published once CO. for orders estimates for lumber.before placing THING ON EARTH FOR YOUR
on my life cheaper by 23; percent seen any here. each week for four consecutive weeks your dl6-lm
I Springer House, but it is the earnest HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE
notwithstanding the andvance The in the Daily News, a newspaper published Hudgins' new style label for his
( men were marched 5
over a
, I I hope that he will he able to return in said Escambla County.A. RUGS TO MATCH. MAR& ON &
u;i in age), than I could:: when 1 first much more extensive territory than anti live here permanently next M. MCMILLAN.: cent cigar will interest you.
commenced using Postum. Name wire those who were drilled on landeKTday. month when the two new hotels now Clerk Circuit Court. QUINA. .
,; furnished by Postum Co., Battle > and many more evolutionswere under course of erection shall have: By B. H. BURTON, D. C. Hot French Waffles with

;. Creek, Mich. evectted on different streets. been completed. His genial disposi MlS-4w.Pensacola, Fla., Mar h 18th, HI C!)::. Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's Try Gunther'i Candies atSolomon's.

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