The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 19, 1903
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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

Delivered at the Annual Banquet cf the Pensacola Chamber of Commerce, March 18, 1903. *Il//;1::,

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Pensacola rya.. March 18, 1903. I dence. This is a considerable increase over the ; .JI

President and Members of the Chamber of previous year. The telephone system has been ,;'!
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thoroughly overhauled within the past year and the ,f
u_ :e of Pensacola. latest up-to-date improvements in telephone service ,

I Lave been installed: and cables have been laid underground "
i t'.c' untiring efforts of Sector Mai-: on the main thoroughfares. The company i 'j ); ";

"i'u favored by tile Navy Department has also connected this city by "Long Distance"

!..' ,.>f The largest Squadrons of the telephone with the principal cities of the country
\;?.> 'v er heretofore assembled in a which is a decided advantage to our business men in
s, w York in time of peace and eumfirstclass 1s'j the conduct of their operations.

,\\Ill'; Battleships, Cruisers, BANKING FACILITIES. +
There are three National Banks in the city witha
.,1 Francis J. Higginson Commantlor'Ui y combined capital of 100000.00 and a surplus of h
nearly J200,00o.oo additional. The combined deposits '

ar:;arge," Capt. Jos. :\. Hemphill exceed $2.tiOO.OOO! and their assets are upwards
of three and a half million dollars. In addition to j ./ +

"Alabama," Capt. Chas. H. Davis this there are three Co-operative Banks: or Building 4

.. Associations which have combined assets t

ji Illinois," Capt. ( 1.'O. A. Converse, I amounting to $::illlllll'), and which handle upwardsof t

II $250,000 annually representing the savings of the ,

"Intliana Capt. \Vm. II. Emory I mechanic, the tradesman as well as the professional ''i'iupbuilding
men and have contributed in no small degree to th'e

... "Iowa" Capt. Tho Terry 11,340: of this city. These local associations ', }?
hare been In successful operation In our midst for

:p "Masbachusetts,* Capt. Henry :\. over twenty years, and have gained the entire confidence "'
}<<'t! tons. of the community.

..Hi .Maine," Capt. E. II. Lcutze 12,300 1 REAL ESTATE. lIf
There have been 1,007 deeds and 642 mortgages j.f'

'iip "Texas" Capt \\'. T. Swinburne 6,313; recorded in the County Clerk's office during the year li

1902. representing a considerable increase in number {
"Atlanta" Capt. Wm. II. Turner 3,000try and amount over the previous year. There has ''

been quite an activity in the real estate market and
Cruiser "Prairie" Commander D. Ken while prices have not increased to such an extent q ,

-. tons. as would prohibit speculation there has been an appreciable 3

ar "Isla de Luzon," 1.830: tons. increase in value in certain locations. i1 h e

at "Scorpion l.MO tons. THOS. C. WATSON, SECR ETARY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.and :Several: substantial buildings have been erected during iq 'i

,at "Wasp," Lieut. Werer. &00! tons. the year, and others are in course of erection. t,
ing; Ship "Hartford" Commander. II. -, which keep our mechanics busy nearly all the time. !1 I ff: "

crossed our bar thus loaded, with perfect 1 erty .. . .. . .. .. . . 1.178,150 00 Among others I might mention the new five-story l i i ,
PENSACOLA NAVY YARD. safety. "'e instance among others the following Number of capitation or poll taxes assessed office building known as the Thiesen building, com t '

TO also indebted to f'natorlallorr for se- viz: .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. 4,543RATE pleted early last year.the new Episcopal church corner ? '

appropriation of $t ),'()' at the last session S. S. Poctan. . . . . . . . . 27.7 OF TAXATION.For of Palafox and Wright streets the cotton oil mill :' I

for the erection of an equipment S. S. Lugani . . . . . . . . .26 State purposes. . .. .. .. . . 5 mills near the cotton compress in the northern suburbs

>.Navy Yard the building formerly used S. S. Wanderer . . . . . . . .2 5.1 For County purposes .. . ., . .. .. .12 mills a three-story brick building, corner of Garden and .
i ->e having been put to other uses. S. S. Manchester Importer . . . . .23; Baylen streets a large two-story brick building on t

Yard has during the past year been S. S. Vermont . . . . . . . . .24.6 Total . . . . .. .. .. .. . 17 mills East Garden street and the new Odd Fellows Hall i .'I'
!. rably under the personal direction S. S. Vivina . . . . . . . . .24.3 Total amount of taxes assessed for State now being erected next to the Methodist church. : I I

C \Viso who has taken an active inrment S. S. Madrilena. . . . . . . . 21.4 lirrposes . .. . . . . . .J23.29S 02 Our local ouilders have had extensive contracts with '
'" of facilities for the repair And a number of others drawing 24 feet or Total amount assessed for County purl the government at Forts Barrancas. Pickens etc., s I

",t Naval Vessels. thereabouts. 'ses: . . . .. .. .. .. .. . 74,804 25 and other large buildings are in contemplation. I' t'w
Dry Pock which! was purchaseduuont EXPORTS. STREET CAR SERVICE. "
from Spain= and which lay The following is the list of exports for the year J. T.- Whiting. City Tax Assessor, has furnished While the system has not made any extensionsduring } 'f !

:a. Cuba, during the Spanish 1902 as compiled by the lr. S. Custom House viz: us with the foilowin data pertaining to the the yeas, we understand that such are in I

.",cii! over from Havana to Pen- Wheat bushels..912.1)'allle.( . .$ 724.S3G: assessment made by the city under the law of 1901 contemplation at an early date, in order to meet the t : 'J

: the past year and the sum Coal tons . . .17iUJu2 Value . :3S2.473: :: viz: increasing demand for transportation facilities to !

riated by the Government bales . 16S.30S:: Value . : our suburbs, which are being rapidly settled and .
Cotton 7/7u.633
Personal property . . . . . .J1,933S60Real : ::
,,,1 i. : it in thorough condition Phosphate tons. .103,104 Value . 3'AlsO;: Estate . . . . . . . 4,4oOCSO comfortable homes built'e also understand thatit i
.r. i.' ,.1 permanent character area Fertilizer tons . 1.247 Value . 12.432; J Railroad telegraph and telephones . 423,880: is contemplated to electrify the dummy line to i''.
..-. l \\. hope that as a result of Rosin. bbl . .113>;!9 Value . 1 lj.lt1: Barrancas within the present year, which will be a i I'

::- I\uyYardmaybckeptbusy}, : : Turpentine, gals..449,332:: Value . 2 G.G3l $t ..7G2.420Tax great boon to our citizens during the long summer 4i-

1 ':. ow.! !la! 'firs. Flour bbls .. . ..11,5GS'alue.. . 4OC:: rate within certain limits subject to fire tax evenings, as well as enabling those living along the .
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FORTS PICKE\S. BARRANCAS AND MACRAE. Tobacco Ibs .. .6.378,013: Value. . -In. Hj3 11 mills! ; outside fire tax limits. 7 mills line to have increased communication with the business r t

'r .:. *, 1.4. at these Military Posts C. \"J:! ):; Value . 127,270 WATER SUPPLY. and social features of city life.

:. :M'IJ| -'n-ngthened, and a number Corn Oil, gals..143,2V) Value . lil ,j'1I< 8 During the year 1902:! the water mains have been STEAMSHIP LINES. J :

'. "I an important character are be- C. S. Oil gals . .S3.140; Value . 34.430: : extended miles in the suburbs of the city with 40Cre The Gulf Transit Company runs steamship linesto :. f'j ij 1

," "r,,'. "I time, upon the recommenda- Cattle head. .. . 3S7: Value.14.075; plugs addditional, so that the system is now extended various ports in Europe and about 12: or more of '

. i'i ciinmand of this district. Horses, head . . .3C Value . 5,41)0'' to 14th Avenue on the (east 13th Street:: on the these steamers are loaded to their full capacity '.
month to Liverpool London, Manchester
Timber (sawn) su. ft every 'Ji'
HAREOR IMPROVEMENTS. North and "C" Street on the nest t
i i > note' that a contract has been let 14: .249.000 Value . 1,710,300 FIRE DEPARTMENT. Antwerp, Hamburg Havre, Rotterdam Bremen t
in course of coni' Timber (hewn) cu. ft. additional truck house Genoa Venice and other continental ports.
i -: ;1'a woo, now During the year past an
used to 335.241 Valuie . 40,674 There is also in contemplation a steamship line from 1 : !It,
\ .E 'h.] whim completed, will be was placed on East Hill so that there are now four .'
hatto d to a width of 300;; feet and Lumber, su. it. 134,75.S.O"0:: ; ) Value ? 1,909.620! :) truck houses in various portions of the city, fully this port to Guatemala with two steamers a week. A 1- '.

". i.t depth of 33 feet. Lieut. Ray- Stave; pcs ,. . 498.GS1 Value.43132 I equipped and ready at a moment's notice to respond Fteamer has recently been placed on the St. Andrews ,}
.. ,.. Value .. .. 239,262 Bay and Apalachicola route for passengersand
.. 'u'er in charge;: and his Assistant All Others,. ,.,. : to calls.
freight which has mot with gratifying success. t
interests of our port WEATHER BUREAU.
the best
haw .
. . . ; Another steamship line is in contemplation to run .'
iioinjr all ia their power to assure Total value of (exports ?13ft.j4,0i'3 We are indebted to Dr. B. Bunnemeyer local observer '
between Pensacola and South Africa
.' of drop water. This does not include bunker coal which is at the Woather Bureau for the following interesting .
.-,at a-.M-mM.i50 of the formidable loaded at this port in large quantities to vesselscoming information: : month, if found profitable. 'I :

Tniti-d States Navy in our harbor from other Gulf ports on their way to The mean temperature of the past year was NEW INDUSTRIES. during '
the industries inaugurated
Among new
in front of the city gives the best Europe. about normal thoueh: the month of February was t'tj
Consolidated Naval !
the be noted the
importance from a nationil as well IMPORTS.The colder than usual and the month of Novemberwarmer. year may ,t I"
Stores Co.. with an immense capital and branches
.' t i-iiint of vi'w. Its capacity, safetyntn imports during the year 1902 were as follows The highest temperature during the year at all important points. They have established offices 'I.1
-l. and its desirability as a winter \-Iz- was 5)7 degrees, which occurred on August 23: and : '
'!Li. White Squadron unsurpassed by Cabinet Wood . . . Value . .$ 32.312Iron the lowest 24 degrees on December :27th. There and warehouses in this city. The Cotton "_ 'M
dt Cape Hatteras forcesadvantagsthus an expres-\ Pyrites, tons . .22,392: Value . C'i.014 were only :21 days on which the mercury rose above Seed Oil Mill has also been established in our city il I

I hat the : afforded Pig Iron tons . . .'J'J'J: Value . 17,730 99 degrees, and only S Jays on which it fell below during the past year, and is doing considerable J

'-\'iu'tIIJY i t l the commercial; world to a Steel Rails, tons . .:3:i.322> :: Value . 722,013 :32::: degrees, thus showing the beneficial influence of business in their line.RECREATION. ,II! J

On- extent than has heretofore been Value . 83,902 the Gulf in tempering the sutumer's heat and preventing ; :
A Club has been organized with a membership i.; -
Country /
,i'!'n> time, we can console ourselves Potash; pounds. .6,731,230 Value.1x'9,42:; jpxcessively low temperature in winter. The |
has suitable J
of about and it secured
...11 that our export business has Sisal Grass, tons . .148 Value .. 29,130 year was noticeably free from storms and no unusually 100 1, ,
in the past few years, until we Manganese Ore, tons. .2917:! Value ... .. 25.546Salt :! severe disturbances occurred; but there wasa grounds for a Golf Course on the dummy line near

''i in the United States among the pounds .. 1,400,000 Value . 1,925 deficiency of about 15 inches in the amount of rainfall modious Palmetto Club Beach House where for the the Club members.has erected a com 'ti./1- .
"(here being only six on the Atlantic which was mostly felt during the spring and U:
rts exceed ours in value and only Total . . . . . . . .$1,057,134 early summer. A Gymnasium fully equipped, under the supervision jH.
of Prof. Hall, mutes all citizens to enjoy Its \ I
the Gulf uz: EDUCATIONAL.From .
'I' Coast and two VESSELS ENTERED AND t
and Yacht Club, and Boat Club :
advantages, a t
This is gratifying to 1902. the Superintendent of the Board of Public
,:, : Galveston. THE YEAR which latter owns a commodious Boat House, ..
venture to predict that when 213 Instruction we learn that the Board has providedfor : ji
: we the Custom House sailing
There entered at situated on Bayou Chico has a magnificentcourse '
,'" -. r..vil is completed our facilities ands and 302 steam- 71 schools in the county. 50 of which are for :
: of tons,
trade vessels of a tonnage for its regattas of one and a half miles in 1 1
attract commerce and white children and require 87 teachers to conduct
will ers registering 508,335 tons making; a total of 517 smooth water. .:
id, most convenient route to our col- the aggregating same; 21 for negro children employing 29 teachl'rs.The .
vessels entered this port during year The Osceola Club, a social club of upwards of 1
markets as
Eastern of said schools last were as
and other enrollment year '
Cast There cleared during the same 1
C77.228 tons. 30 standing has a membership composed of }
''1. American ports and our spacious vessels aggregating 169,049 tons follows: Whites. 3. tI3; negroes 1,607; toal 4810. years the tl
period 217 sailing the best citizens and contributes largely so- ;
the flags of all nations He ventures the prediction that this year will see
: I. and 2SO steamers aggregating 447,612 tons makinga cial enjoyment of its members and distinguished
cling vessels, carrying the manufac- total of 497 vessels cleared with an aggregate tonnage over 5OuO enrolled before the close of the school visitors to the city. The Progress Club (Jewish '7,
products of the interior by thet of 616.661 tons. OI this number 132 sailed year. The School Board owns 53 school buildings also claims a large membership, and does its r-
ofn'w and
expeditious routes Ma the port under the British flag 59 Norwegian :33 Italian 37 with 1(13 large, comfortable well-ventilated aboutS0n00.00. share of generous hospitality, i /
openedhonl.1 rooms.'alued at
,. which shall be well-furnished school
markets 37 American and
Spanish. will be about
to this
call attention $ The receipts year
nationalities. '
I,, re are only a few ports oa the the balance of various POSTOFFICE.As J33.iMio.00 from County taxes and about J3.000.00; now Drectory: is in course of preparation

ami none on the Gulf of Mexico, that amount of business which is from the State total. J3S.OOO.OO. which when completed will be of much benefit four >
indicating believe! it will show a con.
of water in its channel VITAL STATISTICS. business men. We
I1 in depth would state that
of our size we i
from the done in a city siderable increase in population over the one whichwas
the following table copied receipts for sale of stamps box rents etc.* at The City Health Officer gives me the following I
existing depths of the gross Births. 45S deaths excluding still- published two years ago.
giving the during the year 1902 amounted to information: ;
principal American seaports viz: the born infants :211! which shows a remarkable low mortality CHURCHES, SECRET SOCIETIES ETC.

'. H. . . ... .. .. .. . .. ,49 $2S,077.33.: VALUE OF ESCAMBIA COUNTY. in comparison with the population of the city There are about 20 churches of various denominations -

. . . . . .. . ,39.3 ASSESSED indebted to the Tax Collector for the following which we have reason to believe is now fully 20,000. for white people in the city and about

. .. . ... . . .. .36.6 We information are which is of general interest viz: The County Judge has issued 200 marriage licensesto the same number for the colored citizens.
the Freemasons
. . . . . . . .34.6 value of real estate Escambia white persons and 153 to colored making a total Secret Societies are well represented, -

I . . . . . . .. .. .32.6: Total county . .. . . . . .3,724,740 00 of 353 during the year. Odd Fellows Knights of Pythias Knightsof of
... . .. .. .. ... ... ,. 31.5: of personal property Escam- CITY GOVERNMENT.From Honor and other benevolent organizations a t'1

. ., . .. .. . .. .. .31:: Total bia value county . . . .. . . 1,241.84000 the annual report of the City Comptroller similar character having a large and prosperous '

. .. . .. . ..... .. ... .30.7 value of railroad and telegraph which was issued in October last we find the follow membership.There Infirmary both, \
. . . .30() Total county-------------- 893.024: 00 ing Interesting data: Receipts for the year Is one Hospital and one { r t
C.0 lines Escambia amounted to $104,562.74 and the disbursementswere equipped with the latest up-to-date improvements Ian

K. I. . . .. .. ... . ... .. 29.4 Total .. .. .. .. .. .5,859.604 00 as follows: Old Woman's Home an Orphans Home and a
.\--.1'a. .. . . .. . . ... .2S.7 "divided follows: Interest on bonded .113.357 00 Public Library.
.. ..2ST Which is as ., 2 35 The city boasts of three daily newspapers one
Ta. .. . . limits. .$ ? .??' '00 Bills payable .
of the city
as.:1.S: Real estate outside 11 15 morning and two evening dailies; also six weekly
: Real estate within the corporate limitsof Pound fees .. 150 00 three of which are conducted by ,
.. newspapers
1.a.:1 .
l of Pensacola .. . ... .. .87,360 00 Additions to personal property.
Texas . .. . . . . .::6.S the city of improved .. 5,061 Current expenses .9.9iO colored men.COLORED r
.. . .. .. . 25.6 Total number acres POPULATION.We ,
. .. . assessed in Es .
.. \ .. . ... .. .. . 25.3 Total number of acres.. .. . .. ... .. . 2S6.606 Total ..93.491 74 have quite a number of this considered class who own '
county and are among
cambia which real estate
.24 considerable
,; 1. . . "". .. ... .. of horses and mules assessed The bo'nd'ed debt amounts to J246.800.00
Total number The most conservative citizens. They are represented I
cent. our
of fro lesser unquestioned depths. right to apply, .. .. . , .. 1,096Total bears interest debt on at September 6 per 30th. per 1902. amounted to among the professions, as well as among the it! h
our number of neat and stock cat- floating the contractors masters of vessels etc.
for merchants
year I
.- i'Uod.; the cognomen GULF OF tie assessed .. . .. .. ... .. .. 4i3 $37,151.55. The estimated revenue and the estimated GOOD ROADS.
THE J128.151.94, -
c OF to \
Total number of sheep and goats assessed 1902.3 The County Commissioners have devoted much "J

MEXICO" .. . .. . . .. .. 3u expenses to TELEPHONE 1116.40-1.46. FACiliTIES. time and money towards extending our country t! f.

found at the number of hogs and dogs asTotal Bell Telephone Com "
: :'y is this depth to be sessed .. .. . . .. .. .. The local manager of the of :
2S: feet 648 subscribers 1
1 harbor, but vessels drawing Assessed value of all animals. ... .. ...$ 63.690 00 pany informs me that they have resi (Continued on Eighth Page.).
and 324
nom-c Assessed value <)f other personal prop which 52J are business telephones, .- !
..: have done so during

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Castoria is a liannlooS substitute for Castor! Oil, Pare

gone, Drop aiul Suptliiujr SrrnlIt: is IMraxint. it
I The city council held a lively I Wshington.Ilrch 18.-Five ininutts New York, March IS.-The elephant contains neither Opium. Morphine nor other Nanoticsubstance.

:after tha senate met at 11 o'clock Jingo, said to hare been larger than It destroyiVonus and allays }'e\'ri..hllC'>..
business meeting last night. Every Oiarrlsu-a JiiclViiul Colic. It relieves
Terth.injr .
;this morning Senator Money began Jumbo died at sea on the steamer It cim-N ,
before the Troubles niul cures Constipation. It repulatcs tluj
member was present
i his speech on the Indianola: case. lie Georgia; which arrived today from Stomach and IlnweN, riving healthy and natural sleep..

proceedings had gone very far and had intended or.lyo make a brief Liverpool. The animal's death occurred The Children's I'auacea-The Mother's Friend

much needed and useful legislationwas Another club woman, Mrs. 'statement( explaining; his absence dm March 12 and the huge body;

recorded. Haule, of Edgerton, Wis., tells ing the previous discussion and then was buried at sea. An animal show The Kind You Have Always Bough

Mayor Jones called the body to how she was cured of irregular! "obtained permission to extend his remarks bought Jingo in London. The elephanthad Bears the Signature of

order a few moments after 7 o'clock. tips and uterine trouble, terrible in the record, bat odjectiom not traveled since infancy, and

I E. by Mr. Hoar and others constrained from the time of sailing at Liverpool
After hearing minutes of previous pains and backache by Lydia

meeting read the business commenced Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. the Mississippi senator to go on with! it fretted and pined avay.

in earnest. his speech. It was soon seen that Jingo was 22 years old 1: feet high!

The sent a communication "A while ao my health began to Money intended to be as frank and and weighed six tons and was value
mayor fail because of female troubles. The e 4f
to which attached the skeleton fearless as it is his wel1-knownnature at $50.i)i'0.
doctor did not help me. I rememberedthat
In Use Over 30 Years.
bond ordinance copies of which had mv mother had used Lydia U. ito' be. It was the bravest, frankest For sixty hours preceding its death For
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Piukh lD1'S Vegetable Compound : .wr er.r.u. 000M4r rr .u. .u. .rvno.R R em
made the question the mairmo'itn teast without ..
been previously furnished the aider- : speech yet on race trumpeted .Mr' "" ---

men. After some discussion it-as"- on many uterine occasions troubles for, and irregularitiesand I felt sure He declared oat the southern pec ceasing and twice knocked down _...",

decided that the matter be taken up that it could nut harm me at any rate pie were not willing that the black its keeper, Thomas Lawrence who attempted _

at a special meeting to bo held! to give it a trial. race should share the responsibilities to pacify it. r W. B. WRIGHT GOflMSf

next Wednesday at 7 p. ra. The "I was certainly glad to find that of sslf-govtrrment: no matter LAW: I The cries of the elephant amused l tt ,,
within a week I felt much better, the '
fit in point of education or character.: the leopards and tigers, which werE
mayor favored the ordinance and his '
terrible pains in my back and side \ I {tJ MANUFACTURERS DEALER! tS
letter explain that the amount oft were beginning; to cease, and at the Spooner asked if there was a demand on the ship and they, too joined in -, \\ \\1'"A'f ....

taxes now derived was a little over time of menstruation 1 did not have to that eftect from the south. the cry which for three days kept the ;. '-- --;; i LUMBER LATHS

fix million dollars. Under the law nearly us serious a time ab heretofore Money answered that while there crew of the Georgia on its guard; ; ,
so I continued its use for two
the city may issue Ix.cds to an months, and at the end of that time I [: was no demand it was- undoubted; I Each day passed Jingo seemed to l SmDCTFBESmiMEEfitfriftPENHACOLA.) ::; :

amount within fifteen per cent of the was like a new woman. I really have i the sentiment of the southem people I grow weaker and squirmed in his
total taxable returns, which with never felt better in my life, have not If every negro over 21 ')eari: was ;a.narrow cage in an effort: to get out. I -_:; FLA
had a sick headache: since, and weigh
other reductions would make the grahiate of the best university of Mlle| was securely chaiiied in such 't I .
pO( pounds more than I ever did, so I 'I -
bonds amount to nearly $3 ntoo9. unhesitatingly recommend Vegetable Europe the race wovld still bo unfit to ,I position in the aft hatchway that es I.

The councilmen were anxious that Compound"MR*. MAT HAVLE Ed- govern this country. It was not In i leaps was impossible. CWLAU 'we'OD.-
President Household I
the measure be framed at once and pertonTi; the strain tt negro blood as testified On the fifth day out the animal'scondition
I Economics Club.-$:;000 forfeit if QiglnaJ
be submitted properly to the people i I B&OK letter prrvmj scnuineneu cannot be produced. : by all the evidence of history. This: was such that Lawrence WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE

for opinion. It is an assured fact I Women houM remember thereis was founded as a white mans government hate: him whiskey and kept him under
that the ordinance: will! meet no one tried and true rcnii''ly for won from the savages for white the influence of whiskey for almost'
all female ills -(1I1Pink I
opposition in the conncilmanic body. ham's Vegetable, Compound. Kc-- I men and not Africa. The question of I tHree days.: It was then that Jingo: US YOUR ORDERS NC '!

Mast Build Sidewalks. fuse tfl buy any other medicine, !''social equality had been made a disturbing became more savage than ever and

By request the ordinance compelling you need the element. The president of the begin trumpeting. Tt,e entiie crew Thompson Olsen & Cr

the building: of sidewalks on i I'ni'ed States had raised it. The low went to Lavrence's assistance;: on the
-- -- -
Ninth avenue between Thirteenthand privilege to extend the : Bring of the legal bars between th:! eleventh day and joined him in an Manresa Street, Telephone JJ7.

Gadsden streets, was read the : races has raised: the social bars. It effort to pacify Jingo. They all failed .. -=.' =
East Hill line north to lath: street.
second and third time and passed. thence west to 12th avenue, thence I is not a question as to cast of class- however, and twice the beast got its; ESTABLISHED 1862.

This ordinance was the outcome of : it is a question of race. trunk through the bars of the case
to ICth street, thence to Third or
complaint from persons who were "There is a race question in Miss and struck the keeper with such force
street to a point where connections OERTING & CO.
forced to pass along that way many ': issippi and the south," declare the that he was thrown to the deck.
could be made with the
times and in some cases the weather I senator with vehement emphasis TI.(. o'lier animals joined in the 3 -DIALIB815-: 0
line Alcaniz ,
on street. Life of the
made pedestrianism out of the ques- "And it will yet pretene this country great noire unitl about 9 o'clock: of
franchise is to be
thirty years I General
tion. Among other things the franchise empowered Ii i Ias its founders' intended it to be and I the morning of the 12th, when suddenly Ship Chandlery nar.dwarf

Inspectors Are Refused. : the southern sentiment on the race Jingo's cries cea el. Lawrence
the Terminal company ta 603 AND 80S 3. PALAFOX 81UKKT.A.OE3VOTT .
The harbor and sanitary committee I question-unalterable as it is-is Let ran to the cage to find the animal
equip the present steam dummy line I U w'- -
through its chairman. Captain I I(T than il.e best prir.dp'eF rOil can .t.'ao1. His carcass was xaniin"d and 1 1attor -
with apparatus for electrically operating REVERE: COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLI G'S HO>H CO.
\,"m. Hays, submitted a report for how on that side of the chan er. it vas: decided that it could no' I
same within tae city limits;; GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUfcriEL:! & BON'S::\ PUMI'B.anil .
February. The general health of I Mr. Money said when Mr. Roosevelt be slutted it was ordered thrown I
building a double track on l'aafoxsl srdiji till liitics! llili!
I I Filets Icitrmsmti ChrIs itiiri :
the city was shown to have been in succeeded the late lamented MeKin ovcrboar
reN. from Hickory toVriht and
the best of condition.! even better than I ;: ley, "hotS nopilir in the with, ir I COMPAHS'W, 1,0011. KTC.
on fright street east to Tarraunn
114 the excellent showing at last report. I street to roust met connecting: track reply to questions ct his :p oflo as to I fEAT & MALT has a marvf Ion- I \IolCantie. OertJn? Ocllectin Agent for Bar Pilots' Jieneyo1 ,t A'Mciation.

Written rojKirts from a number of I' from the Government street position: what sort of prenJont: I l' Would! irr>';e I dietetic value. While refreshwgand) l l'I I .

recognized physicians had reached! ; the eiator hal told Mississippi?: ''I pliasHtu to take, it hEIr assin.ila-
of the Belt line south and
on Uaylen SnM hvDAXNHEHSER
of focnl.
the health officer and all were He is a manly nnn courageous: I THE GARDEN SECTIONo
south on IWilliers to cpnnct with I I RROs.I I

the very best nature regarding:: gen-I I the electrically! equipped line leading i who. wants to be doing lioirpthins'- I I _," -

eral healthfulness.The I to I'.arrancas: ; and also that a tax he will make an American presidentfor : Fort Barrancas, F a., Feb. :21! 1993. O1'oPensacola

drainage was bad however ; : all Americans." Sealed proposals in triplicate will !
t>f J23; l>e levied annually on each nn> Florida
and the attention of the board of pub ; "]put" commented the senator "it I be received until 11 a. m. March 21, ,
tor ('ar"anll the company tender the
lic works was called to the eul. seems he I H now only the president ofthe 1H03::, for constructing, plumbing heating --
city its )promissory note for five and electric wiring one Lavatory, Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
Special attention had been given by n-ack belt and the !bonier northern
rears at (6 per cent in lieu of the in- I also plumbing one set officers quarters
Inspectors to perishable food exposed : states where the nero; vote is a Tartar I and one barrack building Fort
ilebtednos fur pole tax. The ordinancewas
for sale. ) referred to the franchise: com in the halan({ ." I Mcllee, Fla. U. S. reserves the right I Beautiful Lots for Sale.

The health department sc\"erall i ,nun after the etnt: wnt into execv.tive i to reject or accept any or all proposalsor
mittee. i part thtreof. Information 40x137 feet at from $76 to $200 each according '
months since had born given $1;;'' session to.1th*-. C'lhin rnciprority ,
Id I') .).lowing the introduction of th"iioe I furnished on application. Envelopes
to attend contagions diseases. itl I noted ordinance Alderman i treaty wis taken up an IIr.. containing proposals should be marked : to location and suircundings.

was found that this sum was not I McEcsry was recognized to speak "Proposals for Lavatory and
Green read another ordinance
I II COLE Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful >View,
necked and was yet in hand. The gains it. Plumbing, addressed ,

health officer petitioned; that he be i it'mpow.rt.tI granting which granted to Wm. I Q. M. I High, Dry Fertile Lands.
II. Kmwles and assigns the We will lautidT: your -rr 'iirt* for : Keb2l-i.l-il-2i.Mch Ii!>"1)tslGOaAY

to put on four extra inspectors riiiht; to lay track on the streets covrel 15 cents each an'! make then looiIjfco
... I Tho grandest for investment ever
with this cash instead nf i ..'" r qr rr.nrlrrHEW opportunity
.' by the proposed East: Hill Hv -iJe
allowing it to revert to the treasury..I ension.: In explanation! of the second -. -_. I cffered in Pensacola.
This was stiffly opixised by several irdinanee! Mr. Green said he was authorized SCHEDULE. Grist and Corn (Heal! Bills I
members championed by Alderman I Home Seekers Should See These Lois.
C to say that tIle east Hill extension -
Keilly who saw no reason for a : was being built by private OF !L F. GOKZftLEZ 4 (;0.\ Prop) I,

Louse to inspection now. Alderman parties who had a-lvar.ced money to STEAMER CAPTAIN FRiTZ :MauutattC'tr IA.T. .01 u bbs
Hays was supported by Aldermen i I ..
the: street car company hence the :'HOICK rU.UI UKCmol rot I
:'-Iclluh. lIrou hton. Chri-! I J. N. RO.H'HSLmJ.lpi..
; ,
Corner Garden and Bru Streets.
similarity of the ordinances. was STOCK FEEl:
and who al1ot ) Leave Fn.ep'lrtIuudiY., aud
I'r.vir :
tie Jloycr <
also ascertained that the same parties Patrorut Hem Industry. for tJa re I
for the hire of inspectors. Aldermen I Thu'-dlY moruiuj'*. 'fftr" ffHROo you shonici buy your Mp.i ant !'
ire advancing the funds for the electrifying I Arrive at Penacola Monday and Stock Feed from tu! Hem .Vanufaitaror P.G. BRENT! HSif KNOWLKS, W. K. HYKE. JK.t J. H, REEsE

Itaars, Green Keyscr. nl'1Iy'rizht; I ; ; of the dummy line This latter i Thursday niaht. ( Your'o doing monwy you encourage.. th" Dome comnincltj iccaCry. \ PrClI1"llt. Vlce-Preiiddnt. C.ibler. An't <:"-.!'
and :'-1'riwNher'ot11 a tie and the Leave Feiisaoola Tuesday and
ordinance was also referred to and yon In tarn are Indirectly boaeHled
j mayor was called: upon to settle I Friday nijrht. I in fnsiferlnn till borne innnutACinrer JOt
'l the franchise committee.A'dermaa Arrive at Frf'fport'edne'hy, eoatrlbote to tb- efOeenl Ii.blr. ion ow.
He voted against the use nf the It to thecornn tnU, lnwhtchynn use ate First ional Bank
I Mel Inch read an ordinance a Saturday: morning whion oontr bOI eatotnor.appOrt.f .
1 money for the hire of inspectors.While I fixing iha city tax assessor'ssalary

Uiis discussion was taking 1 1I AVKKKJLY: C11K1 l, ) *
: at $lo"; ''> per year and that of

't I; place some lively tills took place I Ij I the tax collector at SI:"tI per year. TQl\ STEAM DIVISION OF PEK8ACOLA.FLA.WX. .

with several of the members. I Alderman Pryor wanted to know t'.9 \COL-t E.ECTIICTERMI: a

Carnot Eoard Trains. i RAILWAY COM f AM. DI t OTC.Rauil;
why the dangerous old b'lililin! ? on i
,1 The ordinance! : snaking; it punishable I" Palafox street adjoining the city Trains leave l'd.1..cola: (or the H. KWOWLE3. W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT, K. H' / :'
E.yonBig Bavoa W rrinson,S"TJ tar
for to jump on or oft: !
persons wharf was not removed. The marshal and Fort B rraacns at D. O. BREST,
moving locomotives, trains or eletrie I crt Harrancaa T:13k i
. I was cautioned: to !give the matter his l,):IIJ a.m.arrive A: Krt HiHrar.cIU10t.r. I i thtie rh0t09 aph8' 'I
cars was read the third time and I, early attention. lu"' p.m.arrives: Kort Karrancsi l.Op n 'rmi &d Dutitii B fetesa A Mnl B \ fi;
' passed unanimously. This! ordinance: I S.S3: p. .-u.arr.vpat fort Ktirrsicfi 4.15p r )
Would 3uid! Marine Ra'lway. S:15p.m. rrlT* at Fort H3rri.ncai: 1:1)f'1I Ii S0l :5 S. Palafox Street. G
punishment for partiescaught !hrrilliCu 8: 5v.rTraias
fixes a severe I *;OJp.n..rrlno'u..ort (
The Warren Fish Company petitioned tev fort K rr.nij for foirco = "" = =
in this dangerous practIce and I
1 f<.r p-rmissi-jn to constr-ict! amarine at w'. .-'r o' ova Bills o! Lschaa; on Great BrIt: T .'..1
is a timely law. since many boys I 1:1.m. a Tlve a[ f enfracoift. __. t'.D. a, ell.OOp I .:L'r
i railway upon property: recently ) ru. rrlvf ,t'ec4acra.: : __ll: 1.c; GAt'll\UY,1 {
'I make a practice of terrifying railwaymen 2AI) p. m.arrlve at PIHIU'.-OHI.__ 2.t 5F. s S
j turned over by the Water Front S.oop m arnv. at !'en4nrua.. n f .\ p r 1 waytlvedr.n, IITT irk \:1t: .t1'-1 European cccctrloa.oa .
by their acts of daring aroundmount .. __.. t ,r
U J I T:'"0p. m.arrive*! P as coa I: ij/ I -- --
r ; Uicnraoth -' *8fc', D. rnHrrtTt tMncoa: .. aN'Satureay.Only wrwIllsKvYE C"VeseeL L'sSnrca1: -;;, $n" Most FII.'for".hle Term a. n i'J
The repast of CVraptroHer Morgan I committee for action. i I u..U.ZoJlt WELS: care. I Onllgatioas Taken Payable at Port of emrailot Ten or ;.''1 .i>1

"I received in printed form. Its .ftad .. after Vessel ArrlTes there.
Wen fem oal (a Ko.c r< nrM .
I Foreman D'Alembene truck
Pensacolrto'3avyY.rd aatf r'!'ur: tPeniaaola
I reading in open session was dispensed house No. :3 petitioned for a telephone tit'alinecio Ht \Qa a.e re'.tn. u i Safety Deposit Boxng for Rent In Ccnnectlc'!

:I with upon motion.On (connection with the truck house 3UJnkT '.cnanuCrWban : with which we have a Prlra partment for tbeII'
motion the rules were waived .'ii'jr p"r.n .. tie ranolni t I
which i is situated more than a mile open coaohLcbTi (-. of Renter

and Alderman Mclhish introduced from fire headquarters. The request .t'eIlU.lo!". L. "on 8arraarsf

an ordinance accepting; the recent'y 9..E>. 1a.m% DR. KING'S
was referred to the board opuhlic 11 Ia i PEOPE33I05AL CARDS.
compiled and printed Code of Ordi 1 p. m. t I).III t!: = -
.1, safety.A : I p. m I p..111Im \. TRY NEW DISCOVERY -
nances.To little difference!' between property ,.ai.ip i wTcTROWETM. D.
t Line. m ,
Electrify Datimy : I i
owners: and occupants on Barcelona III. m. spa .it, FOR THAT COLD.
f Ty of explanation. Alderman I Office: 17X 8. I>al.f"i.
way Ip.m.
11.11I.IA.a I
street wharf was consideredbit TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Green related results of several meet' ror.a.o.r } Hoar: from 9 to 0:'") a. m. sad 17040.0sod
after which an adjournment was i ten.ooll to art 'i1lrlnJr.c N.q I Cures
tags held recently between the taken and the attendee \IrIS anl rat ,.. ,.__ _.,_ hI'ln.loola Con5urnptioD.Coughst after To'clock
and august body to airomo v 'eb mrunrn. t Colds Bronchitis
finance committee representatives the Chamber of Commerce banquet ..__ ____ u Asthma, I' Phono on.
Terminal .. ... .
of.the. Pensacola: No tretti t r' -< .P -if PneumoniaHayFcverPleu- i
Company after which he read for the AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT? A DEUGHirol BEVERAGE I
risy LaGrippe Hoarseness I!
time an ordinance grantingcertain I"nijually a hacking cough and zseneral JOHN S. BEARD,
rights to the Terminal com foelinz of w"a\ie, ..irleDriiug : 1 1 A SAFE L Tl1mlNr I Sore Thrpat, Croup and ATTORNEYATLAV.Office. .
to fatal re'ilTs! af:r iv ,iatient
pany. The ordinance. Mr. Grocn is supposed to ha\v ;aid t'. These tiny Capsules: iresi; icr orito A COD MEilCiNE. \VhoopiCough. ,. ..-;309 Thiesen KailORlc : !1./:.-',

explained was aceept.-J.e to the daJf'eront.: Foley's Hon.v r:1:1 l mom of lopaibaCrb& NO CU E. F.O PAY. r.;.

' 1 Terminal company: and h"ishttl ii Tar is I g'taran'ed to cure the ":ri;)' : and InJl'OC1'- @,: I For Pale byDannheisser Prict SOc. and S 1. TRIAL: BOTTLES FREE Hoar5-S:30 a. tt. l" > I-;

i"oiih" and raavu, strung an>1 T'ser -
the '.\rt urrm4h : 23)p.m.to6:30p.m.
understood that it was not r ; earl wat3te
iw I ."'!. It n." ,'Or fails: to ston a cot? 4i' t";" r' r thl .1L Inn to :nt Bros. Cleaning: ladies! i I, Practice In all! state and fdfr l 'r'' ;
of the franchise committee.Th. t lakea in lILTa'l e no SIS: ) ... Is one of o".r specialties. Star Laundry. ,I All bu41nti' .ntruued to me w..J ''
\ fI 9' 'I 194f.rilttl
ordinance gives to the Termini I tu'es. t I '; prompt and diligent attention.



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PINE If You Have ,'!111{l .

YOU CATCH COLDDo J-ROM ...,' _5---_ _ -5.-_ !"t' H .s

1i i'
RheumatismORIGSQL M

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not take chances on it wearing away or experiment with some unknown preparation the great teste
which will only half cure it at best, and leave the bronchial tubes and lungs weakened and SHAVINGS-THE COST OF MA- Ii"! Remedy endorsed E7ney California cure *'1'- ,. 'f. R"
aLso cures Liver and ti diSi '-
to attack from the TERIALS USED. .f t.adder ;)'
susceptible germs of Consumption.fOLEY'S diseases, caused by an excess!: of t I I't: /'
uric add. It never Mia and builds up li .
the health and etrergth while uing it. I .i'""I": 'i I./&...
Stud ttamp (or bojk of wonderful certificates. 1: JU'I.
A I Price. $1 per bottle. For tale f..II. t't'
'' corerspondent at Orange, Texas, Ly druggists. If your druggist ran not ;: '
HONEY AND writes the following interesting letterto i supply you it Trill be sent prepaid upon rr f .
TAft receptopn. Addict fU
1L the Times-Democrat regarding the I

.paper, mill formerly located at Pensa-I Uricsol Heal:the., Los AitgelesCa1. 1!:. ;III llltl;

not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs and pre- fl' ( ii, .ia1a.A the great afternoon thing happened of F,?b. not Orangeon only I tLll: a BrnnSWll DistributingtO & CO", Agent Wew Or1a1L ::r: i *'ll 4 ..

vents serious results from a cold. I $ ; ,}
historically great for Orange but his- %% %'t/* et! 4It
I.\ sH--: / toricaly great for the entire yellow I : 1 J .
S 555 :1
It Saved His Lifo After the Doctor Said He Had Consumption. / J pine South. Paper was then made in nnsYh'an:2- Company, turning out a s : ; ckM1'. ; :

\V R. Davis Yissalia, California writes:-"There is no doubt but what FOLEY'S HONEY I i 1 I I the Texas town from yellow pine very fine grade of paper. ftl :

saved life. I had ( I r-t bhavings. Paper has been made frcm It is now believed that the
AND TAR my an awful cough on my lungs and the doctor told me I had \ I paper i: ;" I"l

mption. I commenced taking FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR and found relief from \ I \ j/ yellow pine shavings beforebut no industry will in the future prosper {i {1 f; l:

:,. 4.l3t: und three bottles cured me completely. one has ever looked upon it as any I in the southern belt of the pine Urn- f 'l' 't.:

thing more than a scientific experiment. -j her of the S;>IIth. R. Thomas is mak. t ::. : t

REFUSE SUBSTITUTES The happening! at Orange, Low- jia:? this propobition: so plain with raw I : .- t
t-UT. was a commercial event in the materials:
never before practically
I 1 't:, ti
very center of yellow! pine manufacturing : i used tor paper making such as this ,f. .. '. .

TiRE SIZES, 25c, 50c and $9.00. T i itfi activity, and meaning a !great rich yellow pine and the refuse of t. t ;t 11'I

-' deal to all the yellow pine people. I sawmills, slabs and shavings from the ,' '. ;fi

5:! 'Wi'L ft J! > SOLD aKD RECORDED BY On Feb. 11, 1:11): ::. the Orange Paper -j I planers anti from rice straw and alsa ;.(l ,[}' f, i

Company's mill produced a roll i bagasse the refuse from the
sugar .t f. J k.
W. A. D'ALEMBERTK, 121 S. PJlaf'Jx fcjt.: I of fine wrapping paper" made by the \ manufactories.: lIe propped to build 1''1, :'

soda process eatirely out of yellow and equip) paper mills of any size and ',1"I:i: r ; .I i-t.!

- pine hUll! The, story of the feat was II capacity and guarantee these materials 4 K"; ; t i f I 1 'I
; -. _.CAL PERFECTION j -- TODAY'S SESSION! OF WILL BE FITTED written on the first slip of paper that to turn out first-class fibre pa- f'!1 '' '

: 11.(- liver is out of ort 'I fudqin's, tie !Dest Jr 5c. THE CRIMINAL COURT. WITH FIRE ESCAPES.F. came from the great hot rolls of the I I't-r anywhere in this southern coun l' ,, 1*,:: a .j
'. '. liver is possible if mill. The Orange leader was printedon I:try. 'i' I: : i ;:

' .,i? the right Kind of a \ The following cases: were disposu? G. Stauffer, of Chattanooga paper that was made at the Orange I I The lumbermen of Louisiana and :: '; r. 1'iI ;

i UCPATICURA! : is thei J. N. ANDREWS, of in the criminal court this morning, I Term.. has closed C'ontracts'ith the Paper Company mill on Feb. 11. I Texas have been watching the Orange r ,I j' ,.

a liver tonic. It willI Jude Hess: presiding; owners and agents of every three- The Orange; Paper Company was organized paper mill with interest and several ,1. i' : j :
jt Headquarters for ,?c :
.r liver to your entire sat- State of Florida \s. Sam Stafford story building and over in the city for many months ago but it took I I of the more prominent ones have already e l: t' ''I. .t

Jr) will provide excellent SEWING MACHINES.REAL throwing missels at a passenger the equipment of patent fire escapes.Mr. on new life when it emplo'edIr.. !I visited the Orange paper mill .tlf t 1

\cellent circulation and train; not guilty. Stauffer was assisted in the Thomas an expert paper maker of'I and given it a veryclose inspectionfor : } h "

: ,:-.h.J ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT State of Florida vs. Porter King work of inspection by Fire Chief Atlanta Ga., to put up the paper mill themselves going away highly I,{,:: 1

::r rho does not wish his assault; guilty. White. in Orange and set it in successful pleased with what they have seen. L!! tt .. .
13 South Talafox Street. : )
.. .. I cannot : The case of \\'. II. Sawyer was called Hotel Escambia will be fitted with Its officers !
:.:. ;hed. says: ref operation. present are: Some paper has already been manufactured 1. '.I
'. '. : i cxtending to you volun- _.u_._____. ___ and the bond of the defendant ordered ''I four escapes which will) render exit E.: G. dooilell president; J.V.. Link, from rice straw, and th3 t"1'1\111 J.5 t .

.: I. .; sincerest recommendation 0i forfeited. from the building very easy. The vice president; Chas. M. Rein sec Orange Tribune will In a very few 'i \\tl\ ;
, and sell The cases of JoeVingate, colored, equipment of this building will be i '
j :cine you prepare J. LUNG ii Cu retary. days, publish the entire issue upon ; .
.. name of IIEPATICURA t. charged with unbecoming conduct among the finest in the city. The directors are \V. H. Stark. L. i rice straw paper made at the Orange ..: 'fl ;

. of Its superior qualities with a female under IS years of age, Miller, Chas. Rein, J.V.. Link and j paper mill. 'ii f

'. ;r of the general was on trial when the court adjourneJ THE POLICE COURT E. J. Goodell.This ; \'t f i-j ; i

B'stem.1 Contractors s an iii1des for dinner. t THIS MORNING. of the- Paper _ _ _ ,
;2 IIEPATICURA machinery Orange .I S i.'; : .I... ';<1 c'
: ways been agreat sufferer Company with the soda process 1 I \ ., 1 '

Ipatioa and colds I have I, PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND A Night Alarm. There were eight cases on the dock produces daily five tons of fibre. out I 11\

ly relieved from both ofj I I.IS. ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT Worse than an alarm of fire at et in the police court this morning. of which it can make live tons of pa I HARD tl.W p

and I venture to say SHORT NOTICE. .< o& ......c night is the brassy cough of croup, Sentence was suspended in two cases per. It can make any kind of paper, : :

i the former. It has no First-Class Work Guaranteed and which sounds like the children's I and fines amounting to $13; were but will make almost exclusively ;j., : .It..
j :,
; ,used only two bottles References Furnished. knoll and it means death unless assessed. wrapping paper for the present. If :ft S

: ; .< 1L\ so far yet I find something is done quickly. Foley'sHoney I The case of Will Thompson, white other than wrapping paper seems: : M.K "J" *
'. t of 110 pounds has and Tar never fails to give i charged \>ith being a dangerous and most in demand then it will be run BRICKL i-

10 pounds. suspicious character was continued: that. V.
: : 'rty instant relief and quickly cures the upon

: ire in recommend- worst forms of croup. Mrs.P. L. Cor- II until tomorrow. Something like flO.OOO.OCO worth of ',:t', 'f '.
Tom Wilson, a sailor from the battleship : L t:: 1\\\
: i :' \ 1 1 any ono desir- dier, of llannington, Ky.: writes; paper is exported from tho United !
'; best constitu- I Massachusetts charged with States annually and the Orange Paper :
"My three year old girl had a severe I
Sold by all case oJ'croup; the doctor said she being the vessel.drunk, was ordered returned to Company will be in a good position -!; ALIVAYS' ON HAND ,It: n :

could not live. I got a bottle of Fo on account of its location to participate ,

ley's Honey and Tar; the first dose in the export trade. It !|
will open up business in Mexico and i HALF. !I
pave quick relief and saved her life MILTON YESTERDAY.A .. .
UJ3GE( ) DIHEV10RY Refuse substitutes. W. A D'Alem- Cuba. e I
/ berte 121 S. Falafox street The advantages;: in location that : t.:
small frame house at Milton
this paper mill has over a mill loc t.1 :51iJI'I\;
2iGKrS OF PYTHIAS. Hot French Waffles with ,owned by Judge E. P. Holly and occupied ed in the spruce country are difficult ONE MILLION I:

1", "'L 11&! L II.:". SII.t. K.: of P. Florida Cane Syrup at by Son Wallace and family, to point out, except to say that the \ \ ,
coorcwas destroyed by fire yesteray. '
m. "ry Mu1y even Solomon's.UNITED shavings cost next to nothing and '
:.I ..: -. .' ol Cattle nil, I '! There was no one at home at t
the spruce costs J7.50:;' a cord. Mr. i '
'" hhult--v.atson .
:1101 !
. ,; \ 1 I. I'M'm tiiirdSoor.n t, STATES MARSHAL'SNorthern the time of the fire which is supposed I Goodell showed a letter which he re-1 Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing. [ '<
--t: "i'll,- trcthren cord'.al'.y: have started from coals falling : i1
: to
t, ',.,J-,. ..JJ 1' r-c.m-d. .J. A. L1K.N:4" C. R. TAYLOR, SALE. from a stove.{ i cently received from a Michigan :, .1 i'f i- ;:

: 'i Hop-urR C.C. friend up in Canada "looking for I '
:: K. B. 4 B. Artistic Shoemaker, District of Florida. wood." In Orange the paper company -I : "-:i ;" :'

By virtue of an Order of Sale issued A BAD COMPLEXION. has wood forced upon it. It was !I 'I.} I
'INK: wonK.o1)El'IAI.1 Y. I -- ) 3i.4Capacity
out of the United States District Court .1
11'111'11 I..Ig| f> jjo. !:l"tung Pimples! blackheads and muddy not ascertained that any definite price :
> \ ut 7:: i. at Phot f X>.2S.: 9 North Palafox: St. for the Northern District of Florida, complexion, which are so common ha'l been placed upon the raw mate

\_ i,'.iV'X. mtinllv and invited.( "rJ.'n on the is ninth hereby day given of March that I 1903 will sell notice :among boys and girls at a certain rial as furnished by the lumbermen.One I 50,000 Daily iiL 8t{ t :i iI

i i VI i 1.!- LI Juu's. I I by public auction for cash, on Tues I ago, indicate a torpid liver. A course saw mill has already presentedthe i
I' C.j.; : day the twenty-fourth day of HCPATfCURA will cleanse the mill with one little hillockof 4.
EXPRE8SC[ ij. 1003, at 12 o'dockL., at .\oflar'h'l system, regulate the bowels and liver shavings paper that will Keep it busy for \L, t 1.1t hI
gOUTHERN la, Fla., the American steam screw : and produce a clear. healthy complex- I.I !
:: I .., i.'Uc. N.I. :;o. K. of i* "Alpha", her engines, boilers machinery ion. Sold by all druggists. at least twelve months. cMi11n Brick Go., :: W

I II ..1 \ :{.., Knight* of boats tackle apparel, appurtenances - -- --. As an investment the paper mill at I
v.rfiiuril.iv. even-1 I and furniture, as she now Orange is considered merely a -I: .]
NOTICE OF APPLICATION ; temporary Pine Barren Fla.
"t V>ir i it tlti Unit.rn | II : .1 ,. :
'.11 ..!....i building,south-. I lies at the wharf. or experimental plant. It cost _ _ _ _. "f .,. :"
i' <\ Hii'l liirlcu ktrwt" T. F. McGOURIX. For Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter ;:..1
S .. _tcom.d. about 12j,0''U.: It takes fivei i I
F t .
] 1( o United States Marshal 4888 Laws of Florida. :,:
I,1 """.
loL urn lOt. Notice is berebv given that t;. r. Maur cords of wood to make five tons of { : '. K!
JE> of Tax Certificate No. Jsj. : I. .
purchaser paper. The cost of the raw material .
dated the 2nd day of October, A. D. I'I\II.bIAs t ,,
I flied said certificate in my office, and has in five tons of paper therefore vhE'n' f ,. ;I
application for tax deed to issue in .
I. 0. O. F. To all parts of the country.The The Tonic accordance made with law. Maid certificate em- the raw material is wood is $j.O':; f I L., J\'j\
>raci>s the follow Ing described property situated a cord. equals JCO. The cost of one NICK'S I "
Excellence.V In "; Cl\mIHaColJnty, Horida, to-wit; t ir,. :11
IVn.i-ula: Liiil::o No 4 Lot 1. B. part lots 25 to :., W. part of lots ton of raw material is J12.8.: n. ..r .\..
::51? and 14, W. ', Clapp Tract block;, It; ;. -.t
: .nlnl at 7D: > at ..
\\.1.\..! Inl..nt..nch c' ( Olr"..'. Southern Express Company: Belmnnt Numbering Hoc Ik. Tp. 2 K., Two tons of shavings will make ,, "') '. .t
.. ,','nl18l1y In\'II..d. receives and forwards freight it a W. The said land being assessed one ton of paper. If these shavings ; i',;;I';''
I .I.IIIANSO.N. N. (3.S I : : at the date of the issuance of such certl- Ji '. :::)
Seats in the name of l'nkno Owners actually cost $I a ton we have one ." ""
: Si c.c..tary. and valuables of all descriptions f. ,I
money .
'nlfbs said certificate shall be redeemed according I! ; ,
to all parts of the country, to law tax deed will Issue thereon ton of paper costing for the raw mate- 'f'I .
on the''Nt dRY of March. A. D. 11HB. .
K. OF L. with connections for Canada, Mexico VMtnest! my oincial bl nature and seal rial the sum of ?2, as against the r "
s"-"JrT 1 ibis the 17ta day of February A.D.1\10'3. pulp made in the North which costs .. H.
Havana, Cuba, European points, (A Wine Cordial.) // A. M. MCMILLAN.ISEAL.1 tl. .. ;' ..,..
I." .il .\ f'lIIhlr Xo. 1505.V .. The best specific remedy for / tlerk Circuit Court. $i.&o. 'I ..' :<;..
S etc. rt Malarial and / By H. H. Burton I). C The product of such a mill as that '
5 'I' ttY!: la escti month. Typhoid t
W.l'.U.I1I.\KI'. The Southern Express Company V Fevers, I -.- of the Orange Paper Company is. DAILY MENUS ij'ij''f

'"!S-I'El.1.i ury. >>. W. operates on 3 ,eOO: miles of first- \ Colds. ,.Influenza' l
class routes and in connection with .\\ul1.iu:0.1..'.\'. Zenia. Ryan or about $65 per ton. Comprise all the Up-to- :( .
vs.William basis the Date Dishes the Mar- 11i f
In using shavings as a
the Adams Express Company on H. Rjan.)
The Beer through way-bills, with through On Mondny. the 4th day of May A. I)-I cost is estimated at $1 a ton; in using |'' keta of the World L J ,..:f fir''i
CrllCHESTER d CNLISNENMYROAL Iwy.the defendant William Ryan is requiredto Afford. ; t'
lumber as a basis the ,
That card and through messengers, per- P PILLS appear to the bill Died against him yellow pine j ill i;
Made@ i herein. cost of the raw material would be : ; tt- ";.
forms a unified service constitutingthe -rv OrtCla.I and Only Ue ut Tbls order Is to be published once a week I t I
KOfc-NAFE. 'j"' f l *it I...U ..*H ItrutrifltU fnrelgbt consecutive "eek in THE H.ILYSIW.II $'C a ton. The lumber would reduce j' : ,\ ;{.

largest system of the kind in ?VMM.ClllCllKMKK'A*.*TTla RED .ti OotJ mciftilM tXiLlsHpsi bout *M.4k newspaper published In said Es- in the same proportion as the yellow' Ladies' Private ih" 'J
... j
... .... cambia county.
BIB\ *'*" ';- -t.4 withb-uf nb lukc H..f..s .
rAM the world. \ ->-.ea' : i pf tE-4 iy: I.ic.r.... .. !.Vb.tI.Uo.. ..d 1.1ta. A.M. McMtLLAV. pine shavings. The raw material if i. I '!). t:.
j / PT) tI. Hut M your I'rufcit or wad 4e. n Clerk Circuit Court.
Money Orders are sold at all "CO, ,' o...JDpo"Irll'f I.', I'a..lrala.f..I.adl..Ict'.. Teoot'.oJ.l."CO ...h,.... [SEAL) Iy 1$. H. IWRT0N. L'. C. lumber be used instead of shavings ) Dining Parlor. i. } '
f ,.. Fensacola. Fla.. t eb. Is. ISiS.\ WoawSw .. fi"
*yr .11. in.OiioTtumoaiAti SoJ
Southern bj
of .
Express thousand
-15VICTORIA- agencies .....-'tn---.... -r.( Ing;."...;....I,hIci.le......_,4......I.1..1 I I ,rOo., -the lumber figured at $12 a I .1' f';j.j.i
Company at reasonable hours. Receipt NOTICEIOF 'APPLICATION feet-would cost $18 for a pro I \!:. > 'H

is given and money is refunded CHOICEST For Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap duct which Is commercially worth Regular Dinner Daily. j'A" ;):'i.1

:.\,11-: i.Y ACME BREWING CO. if order is lost. ter 4888 Laws of Florida. $;O.The ., ":1 1 iJI.
Notice Is hereby given that (. H.Mailer labor question Is unimportantThe }. U
Bl-T: Ul-CKNT' : UOTTLE BEER This is the cheapest way to send -orf purchaser of Tax Certificate >o. 1*, .. ,t..
dated the 5th dayot November. A.D.''IJ.bal few skilled operators neededcan Short Orders Promptly! 1l'I
IN small remittances by mail or other filed said certificate In office and baa .
wise. f FRUITS AND I COIFECTIO1ER[ ( made application for tax deed to Issue in be had from the North and from Filled.' bt or Day. I' '-

BROS E. W. FOWLER accordance braces the following with law.described Bald certificate property em-sit the manufacturing sections of the fl't'VJ
4 uated In Etcambla county Florida to-wit: South. The Orange Paper Company'splant ,'
tVV.s j.-OK THE CELEBRATED Agent Pensacola Fla. -AT- Lot 4 and 5. block l:'.*. Hec.! 10, Tp. 8. Rail employs about fifty men. Since If Jli'i Something Good to Eat 'f-S: t.
of Pensacola. The said joo'il .
: W. City you wUb and it a'
I.I v. Harper TOtej.J Branch Offices: land being assessed at the date of the Issuance R. Thomas has completed the mill I
J. B. Roberts Depot Store. C. APOSTLE'S of such certificate in tbe name of I
Unknown O.nere. L'nliis said certificate and turned it over to them In successful Nick Apostle's *: 4 1
Jas. Hanson, Cor. Alcaniz and mall be redeemed according to law. tax ,'
deed will issue thereon on.the :20th day of operation. the company socur- -,'
) .. K 'I* --III3. Palafox street. GaJsden. 14 East Gmratil S!., March, A.. D. 11*>1. and leal ed the services of E. E. Euigh as Popular Restaurant t r I
Witness my signature
and : i
'v Rl J'-IL": .acse_.Opp. Union Deot.P J. E. Williams, Cor. CordoTa Restaurant Stasd thIs the 16th day of February. A. D. W3. their superintendent, from York Ha-
Jackson. Formerly A. M. )\(CYILLAN.SIAL. 'lh j.ll 0 H.x .) Clerk Clrcut Court. yen Pa., who has been in charge of j
Pensacola, Fla. Sol Cahn, Cor. Talafox and Inten- One car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 1 By B. H. Braro' I).C. mills there for the New York and I mmm

Phones 116 268. uencia. to $2.00 per dozen. ISf oaw5w '. t.I' t.


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one of the most eminent men in Georgia Oldest and Largest

ANNUAL BANQUET who spoke at great length and try cheap cough medicines. Get Agency j llt
one in the audience remarked, "Why West Florida.

CHAMBER COMMERCE speaking should he?" be I might allowed spend to do much all time the the best, pay the price. Ayer's Cherry ESTABLISHEDflnooiles 1 tt fjfj; ,

: Entered at the Post Office at Pen- In praising ourselves, but why shouldwe

ACOla. Fla.. second class matter. praise ourselves when we have Pectoral. 60 years of cures. ::OC;
pressed into our service all these distinguished
OFFICE: -Pitts Building. 211% CONGRESSMAN guests who have been Invited BFOS.INSURANCE

South Palafox street up-stairs. here for the set and avowed
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I purpose of praising us, our harbor and
THE NEWS PUBUSHINC CO. SPEAKERS-HON. W. A. BLOUNT our Chamber of Commerce. (Cheers that we won during that trouble I Fisher both spoke well and were ap
and laughter.) I think a toastmaster claim to be largely attributed to the plauded. Space alone prevents a more
Term: Invariably In Advance. So that the people of both extended notice of their
00 PRESIDED AS TOASTMASTER- should do his inmost to appear as navy. speeches. .
One Year by maU..5 north and south all members of con Frank L. Mayes editor of The Journal
dull and
stupid as possible, so that i
Six Months ... .. ... .. .. ... 2 BOOne
week by carrier payable Monday GUESTS WERE ROYALLY EN the speaker who follows will say, gress and Mr. Lamar, who is aboutto responded to the toast, "The !

.. ... .... .. .. .. .. 10 "Well, I can beat that fellow anyhow." enter upon his important duties, Press," speaking briefly, but assuring I AND
TERTAINED.Last (Cheers and laughter.) will recognize that the Interests of. the members of the Chamber of Commerce -

Advertising Rate Furnished on Ap After giving a short historical sketch the navy require careful consideration. that the newspapers of Pensa I

pUcatlon.TELEPHONE: Mr. Blount praised the American sailor We are glad to be with you and cola would always be found with their REAL ESTATE

In the highest terms, and closed as the touch of southern hospitality whichwe faces to the front.
NO 118. night at Hotel Escambia there follows: receive In visiting your port is At the close of the banquet. Mr. Still

was an event of much importance in "But without delaying the audienceany something that will endure forever in man highly complimented the toast. I 309 South Palafo\xtrmt[

the history of Pensacola. It was the further, I have the distinguishedhonor our hearts. I am sure that when we master and offered a toast to him I
( of presenting to you Admiral F. come here in the future-I hope we which was drunk with good will. I i Phone 22. flPE SACU1.Fr..
) annual banquet of the chamber of \.
winter I think it is
J. Higginson." will come every ; Governor Jennings is Compelled to I
commerce of this city and was a Admiral F. J. Higginson. the best home place we have been Decline. I

most successful and elaborate affair. The admiral won the hearts of the since we left the north, that I cannot
fBIBAOOLA, HABOI ) 9, 1903 The long banquet haIl was tastefully. guests with his first words. Responding close without paying tribute to the ladies Tallahassee, Fla., March 18.-.ov. GIXI n.\L AGIXTSThe

decorated, the white columns being to the toast. "Our Navy,' he said: of Pensacola. I think them to ernor Jennings has recently receh'edcordial

The Panama canal treaty was ratified draped with American flags, and the Gentlemen of the Chamber of Commerce be the greatest charm of our receptionhere i invitations to attend the annual

by the U. S. senate on St. Pat table beautifully set with red and I thank you for the kind sentiments and am sure you will all joinin banquet of the Chamber of Commerce Equitable
your chairman has delivered in toasting the ladies of Pensacola.
r1ck day. white carnations and maidenhair toast. of Pensacola, at the Hotel Es-
regard to the navy and I take great ( )

ferns. Covers were laid for one hundred pleasure in replying to the same on Congressman Lamar. cambia in that city on Wednesday Life Assurance

The Panama canal treaty has pass. and fifty guests including in addition behalf of this navy, and greater pleasure lion. W. B. Lamar first representative evening March ISth at which he was Society

ed the senate at last. The vote stood to the members of the organization and a greater pride in feeling that from the new third district responded requested to respond to the toast, Of the Unittd States.HENUY .

73 to 5; but Senator Morgan foughtit distinguished visitors in doing so I represent the largest to the toast "Our Congressional "The State of Florida;" also, to be

to the last ditch. many battleships and the greatest squadronthat Delegation." lie spoke as follows B. HYDE, rounder,
at the
present to be
reception given
among whom were the Hon. William our country has ever collected to- :

B. Lamar, congressman elect from the gether in any southern harbor. The Mr. President and Gentlemen: Thursday evening, March 19th by the 'Strongest in the World:'

The people of OI(>an. New York new Third District of Florida and entrance to your magnificent harbor It Is a pleasure to be your guest Osceola Club of Pensacola in honor of

k can thank Cod that it wasn't any Rear-Admiral F. J. Higginsoa of thebattleship remnds me of the entrance to heaven. upon this occasion, and to address so Admiral Francis J. Higginson and the

worse; there were three cars loaded (Laughter.) It is a straight and nar- representative a body of citizens of officers of the North Atlantic Squad OUR WARRNGTON AGENCY
squadron. row path and'only the virtuous can traverse the city of Pensacola.A .
with dynamite on a side track that in attendance and added to the it. This is the reason the navyis city that has grown from six thou ron.The The NEWS is on sale by Mrs. M

took no part in the slaughter.It enjoyment of the evenings pleasureswith here. (Cheers and laughter.) sand population in 18SO to twenty governor has been exceedingly Keefe at Warrington, who is author:

several well rendered selections.The These white-winged angels of peace: thousand population in 1900. With anxious to accept these invitations ed to receive and receipt for
any sub
Is sincerely to be hoped that the banquet table beginning at the came into your harbor at ten knots' constantly increasing railroad: facilities and has used his utmost endeavor to scriptions. Residents cf fie
speed. I call them angels of peace with and with reservation
docks 33
work of clearing obstructions quays '
away so his work that it would be
left of the entrance, ran round the because I am sure, gentlemen of the feet of water upon your bar, and a may now be supplied with copies
along the route of the canal will not south faidc, the west end and about Chamber of Commerce, you as well future five hundred foot channel, your practicable. There is such a largp of the paper several hours after tissue <

te as slow as has been that of clearing one-third along the north side of the as the governments of the world. recognize city will each year grow with an accelerated volume of official business which must leaves the press.

away the political: obstructions ball. The following menu was serv that the strongest guardiansof pace. For some of theee be disposed of however, before the

In the senate. ed. peace on earth are a good army anda benefits jour representatives in congress -! meeting of the legislature less than MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES

good navy are to be thanked. I j three weeks hence and much work FROM $1.50 TO
Menu.Manhattan so $12.50. SIXTY
It is the magnicfient armies of Europe In your own distinguished senator,
Alfred licit the richest man In the Cocktail. that have preserved peace in Stephen R. Mallory, you have a constant has yet to be done to place before the DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAV-!

world, Is recovering from his recent Oysters on Shell. urope'for the last thirty years. Andit : and a watchful friend In Wash-i legislature a complete statement of NATED FELT MATTRESSES. TRY

serious and supposedly fatal illness Celery Queen Olives Salted Almonds is an adequate navy that will pro- ington city. The other members of I I what has been done in each of the ONE. MARSTON & QUINA.

and has gone to Hamburg for recuper Haute Sauterne tect the United States in the complication the Florida delegation in congress have departments, and a clear view of the i
Green Turtle Soup of a European war. The cost lent to kim their! efficient aid. Their )
ation. Most of his vast wealth was ac. I
condition and needs of the
Toasted Wafers of a navy under these considerationsis energies have been felt in other ways.j state that OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine
cumulated in the diamond fields of
Spanish Mackerel, Sliced Cucumbers very cheap at acy price. I have in Th passage of the Indian War Claims [ Governor Jennings has most reluctantly -

South Africa. Potato Duchesse my mind an incident of the Spanish- bill has placed more than a half million found himself compelled! to decline oysters today. Try them
Sweetbreads Pique, Sauce Champig- American war which illustrates the NIC APOSTLE.
dollars in the state treasury. I all invitations which would at
Whether the striking street car n3nSFrench: value and economy of a proper The large made
by congress
this time call him from his
I men Waterbury, Ct., were responsible Peas. navy, Ypu will remember that a year ago for Florida rivers and away I CREX GRASS FURNITURE FOR

for the Killing of the policeman Roman Punch when Cervera's fleet came across harbors attests the energy and efficiency pressing duties at the capital.A THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED
Lady Fingers the Atlantic and its whereabouts Successful Affair.
the result hagJel'n disastrous were of your representatives in congress. I ROOM, AT MARSTON & QUINA'S.3tSxWHY .
or not
Roast Turkey Chestnut Dressing for a time unknown to the country, It will be my pleasure to co-operate The banquet was altogether a most
lo them and they have no further Cranberry Marmalade and all naval officers were anxiousto with them in all that concerns the successful affair. It was arranged

chance of winning the strike. Claret know where it would make its appearance interests of the people of Florida. andI under the supervision of Manager I t1o'.i.E! BEST ?'YI

Tomato Salad Lettuce, Mayonalse the entire naval force was I I may say. more particularly! the interests Timberlake, ably assited by his accomplished ,

The secretary of the Citizens band TutU Frutti Ice Cream occupied In defending Key West, In of those who reside in the third wife, whose taste Is known 1 1I
Fancyssorted Cakes keeping up the blockade of Cuba and I congressional district, i tc t oucands. of people throughout the I I
yQsterday rceoivod a letter from Apa- I TJ1E>> ff EGTSTISFER
: Edam Cheese. Toasted Biscuit our guard of the northern coasts. I 1 will be devoted to any enterprise. south, irom Virginia to Texas. Henry I
Jachicola with a check for $300;; en.
Cafe Noir When Cervera's arrival was announcedat and to securing such appropriationsas Cabot Lodge writing from the Cliff

closed. The personvh-> addressed the Cigars Cigarettes Martinique and afterwards at Cien- may be required by the needs of House, Talullah Falls. Ga., to the Atlanta I

envelope intended it fur the Citizens Roedcrer fuf' os, if we had had at that time a this, your Dtvp Water City. And let Constitution some )'ewago.: GO.

Lank: but wrote the last letter "K"eo The Toasts. I:. single squadron of battleships to go us not forget that the trade and commerce dosed. a warm eulogy of that hotel

that it looked like "d." Hon. W. A. Blount, president cf the in pursuit of that fleet and find it and of th'.s city can largely be built under Mr. and Mrs. Timi nrlake's management -I Having been awarded the contr:

Chamber of Commerce, occpuied the : bring it into action, all the lives and up by deepening the rivers an:1 har' with this sentence: "And the' ; for carrying the U. S. Mail bttwI

There is for he: position of toast master and at treasure expended at Santiago might throughout this congressional: d :;trict. management is the toast of he go. sts. j I I the I. & X, Depot and Post tli'and
iiu more reason -
perpetuating the completion of the repast be announced have been saved. They would have The frturf of your city serais to he of ,i al-o the exclusive bacgapepnv
the so-called Monroe doctrine the speakers in the following been met on the open sea and our the fairest promise. The Isthmian: I Working Overtime. j on all trains entering the :,

than there is for Keeping on the I, order: success would have been certain. But, canal I:; assured. No one can. even I! Eight hour laws aro Ignored by !! we are prepared to trlin .bazrI : ;: ,
gentlemen we did net have the ships I and pas-engf'16 to and from all '
protective tariff. The former was to Annual ruport-Dy Thos. C. Wat. by exaggeration, overestimate tho1 '
and so we had to pay the price of benefits those tireless! little workers-Dr. teN, residences and trains. day
belp the infant South American republics son, secretary.Our to accrue from that great I
infant Xa'-r-Hesponse by Rear Admiral those lives at Santiago. I hope that entorprise to the people of the south. King's New Ufe Pills. Millions are night.
the latter to
help our
'". F. J. Higginson. U. S. N. the lesson will be considered and thatit The city will feel the mighty impulse always at work, night and day, cur Prompt & Rrliable Service GIIrtWe 1 1I
industries. They are no longer In
Our Congressional Delegation-Response will be a warning in the future; that it will give its commercial interests ing Indigestion, Biliousness Constipation -

fants and our protection should by Hon W. B. Lamar, M. C. the country should be equipped with when the first stroke of work is begun i Sick Headache and all stomach also conduct a Freight/ Delivery
cease.If The County of Escambia-Response adtquate naval resources. upon its construction. I|I Huine,.,;-haul piano*. -;if"
by lion C. B. Parkhill. We are glad to be in your harbor In conclusion gentltmen. let me say Liver and Bowel troubles. Easy, I machinery and furniture at Rea--:

those \\1m now Ftand with shaking The City of I'ensacola-fiesponse by We find here plenty of water, plentyof that our national and international. pleasant safe, sure. Only 25c at W. ;i able Prices

Mayor C. M. Jones. opportunity for exercise, and the commerce must be protected against A. D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 S. j| Telephone your orders to F. Ki
-1 knees along! the Mississippi will Our Export and Import Business- most charming! warm hospitality that possible spoliation now and at all Palafox street.RATHBONE !i Pou's Livery $Stable Phone 31. '

i, come to Florida they will soon have Response by J. E. Stillman, Esq. anybody coul.l possibly extend. times. I I| ;Mr. H. H. Hallmark's, JiesiJ. L:

sand added to them, thoir bones will The Isthmian Canal and its Salutary (Cheers.) Anj I assure you that our The ships of ccrccnerce are the :| LODGE \i I Phone 354.MERCHANTS.

wax strong and their days will be Effect Upon Gulf Ports-Response by presence here is as much of a joy I fiienilly ambassadors of the seas 1 j TO HOLD SOCIAL MEETING. I i

itli long in the land.-Tinu's-rnion. lion. A. C. Blouut. and pleasure to us as it is to you. Theirs is a peaceful mission. But these Irepresentatl'es I i TRANSFER.CO..
This is the first time I have beenin I
Our Sister Society, the "Business! not of o'ir trade must feel | MRS. H. H. HALLMARK, Prop.
J Just at the present time they League"-Response by lIon Wm. Pensacola. I think pel haps I was safe always and what security can I Rilhbono Lodge: of P. Xn. :SO will

f need to have their legs long in thee Fisher. here before some of the young men we give so great as the warships of: bold a sochl meeting at the hail to HARRY HALLMARK Transfer :'Aft.-!

land. The Press-Response by Frank L. here to-night were born. I came after I our country? These iron-throated nicnt. Atter conferring the degree of L.&' and H.A A "H

} Mayes, Esq. dark and I K'ft before daylight. The I! orators speak loudly: for peace, because I' lank all mcmbvia and those of sister
Secretary Watson's Report. climate at that time did not seem to I
the tin in
Thirteen jears ago today they can speak greatly war. Uidges and I'ythians; of the aroesjecially
I The of beery healthy. Balls were in progress -I navy PENSACOLA
t' church l'tlifeo'r erected in annual report Secretary Our national coast line is vast in ex
cst ; but thfwere balls of invited! to le He-
t. Thos. C. Watson which is publishedin not pleasure tent. Our national possessions are in present.
the southern states was dedicated to full elsewhere in this issue, to any man. I have been pleasedto ocean. freshmtnts will oe .served.For I

the worship of God in this city.-St. was an admirable anl eloquent compilation meet since I have been here some : every To the great American navy with I !! Pressing ClubFOR

Augustine Record March i';. of facts and figures relating of the men. who were present en that its brave seamen, its gallant sea soldiery Over MIIJ Yearn. i I
occasion. It is '
always pleasaat to
We will not accuse the Record man to: l't>Peusacola's commercial growth and its chivalric and capable officers.
have all MRS. UiNBLow'g HOOT H i.N a STKCP ha'i
meet a man sat night CENTLENIEN.
to the present stability and futureprospects you up we must look to maintain the national
of willful exaggeration or misreiire- with. (LaUhtH."h: 'n I met at j bnen aged for over slitjr yean by millions I Imotb..n
of the city's business in- honor in home and
foreign waters and j
I for their children I
eentation In this statement, but we the dub a gentkcnan who was pres- I II while teething -
terests.: It was heard with the closest under whose frowning guns if neces-j with iDcceai. Itaootbei the child ,
think his enthusiasm got ent at the navy yard when 1 enteredit I perfect
! cannot atttntion. I sary, our commerce can ride the seas oftcDitbe gamsallays! all paincnrei wind j One Dollar Per MonthIn
lie should II I heard the other side of the story. I I
; the better of lib: judgment. Toastrraster Blount. in safety. oollc and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea
Those who love him! I believe call I
I gee the new Christ church here in Upon concluding: the readin, Toastmaster him "t'ncle Danny." I was pleased to I I will give my support in congress; to I II It will relieve the poor little uTerer Im Advance to Membership,

j Tensacola before he decides! the case W. A. Blount and introduced I the upbuilding: of an American navy I mediately. Hold by Drcggitu In even pan
arose meet him and I hope he will have a Clothes Cleaned and Prewd ai
to American interests.
adequate protect of the world. Twentr.flvH cents a bottle
finally after looKim;; over the many the intellectual features of the long life to enjoy the respfct and happiness often as desirpd. Your Clothe
1 To the navy we owe the victory in the Be lore you aslc for "M n.Wiluw'fl booth-
,1 magnificent: temples in other southern evening in a well-chosen anj viittyspeech. to which he is entitled.! I II Ifame ( By rap. "nd Uka uo other kind. pent for and delivered. Call u
. war of 1S12; we claim heritage to the
lIe said. In part: Gentlemen I think the navy should I 9)2 South I'itlafox and Join tr'
cities. It has fallen to my official! lot to have a great appreciation of this port. j I I it won in representatives on each A tinaranipfil (,tire fur I'llfs Club.Lis'.
side of the war between the states,II III
, this ,I
preside! over banquit as toast-
We find it a very convenient place
::1 A CAUSE OF DISCONTENT.Savannah and as Americans! we honor it forever Itching, Hand, HlerdiDiC or Protruding i
master. I was asked this afternoonif to enter and it be in the future j i i Plain Mi a Special!
may file!. Ynur druggist iII refund your I
: News.) for the glory it won for us in
( I had formulated j il
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a set speech. history of the West; Indes: that we I money If 1'AZO UIXTMENTSfail'ttogeureyou :
of discontent -I replied "Xo." I was impelled to Manila bay and at Santiago. II I Yours for Neatnes
i; A great cause ( especially shall frequently! have to resort hither! SOcenteRESULT ,
I among wage earners, is the immense that decision by several considera for docking and repairs. You havea Chas. B. Parkhill. j I j

C and rapidly increasing wealth tions. Some two years ao I was present so-called navy yard. but it i is not ina Hon. C. B. Parkhill was the next OF THE CIVIL G. W. IRWIN.

at a banquet, presided! over by proper condition at present to an sp aker. Responding to the toast j SERVICE EXAMINATION. ',
i i>f the trust magnates.:; The New swer the requirements. of a modern !' "The County of cambia.! Mr. Park- i

-f: York papers-at least :sonic of thorn- Then ned ": hill!! gave a srrn'ry cf the county's I
; i iI navy. you : a dry duck. I "s-f Hot Chocolate with
I The: tluse who took
I political unciirru'Tt; : from t'ie terri-! i;
, are constantly calling attention to the Americans! see that the considerations I i
I I Catarrh !of pol-i tonal: days! of Andiew/ Jackson down the civil service examination for :j Whipped Cream, at Solomon's. -
wealth of the Rcck'tfellers and particularly I our government and our foreign
f I icy will require in the West Indies [i I, to thprefer'. He ralkd attention to ch'rk and carrier in th.' local tost-1 I .
. to their income fnni: tl'ej 1 I the iar' that the oiulnes of the TUri
I the presence of an armed fleet H! ths c,ice bas b--en received: by the seeiretary i I
( Standard Oil Company fur the last Invites ConsumptionIt I Congressional district followed very '
same way that English; interests require -, from |
three months was JS.CIMM tIIl, and that in the Mediterranean the -| closely the lines of the original Es- Washington: !I STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
I weakcm the delicate presence ; C. A. S3.0: H. C. Allen
a'.one fur lung tissues, ', cambia county. He also referred very Bailey, ; |
I his income from that source I of her eight fleet. We will' '
the feelingly to the flag of the Confederacy 83.20: R. D. S2/MI: Robert -
,. the last ninety days was 5>SS!>S>:s deranges digestive organs, and I! have to guard our canal cr-mra-mica- ; Crt-ig ; ]I
breaks down the tions. We afford and to the national flag, his sentiments Stewart. TSfiO; C. V. Horn 7770 '1etw
general health. cannot to :?nd vessels ; ; |: en Pensaeola and Milton-15"1
cacti day. I It often j north for repairs, but must have receiving generous cheers. Mr. 1 Robert E. Thomas, 73.50.; :; I
causes headache nail dizzi. iI | Harm Hally Sumlaj
statements Except
earner sees
1 When the wage: facilities for repairing them in these Parkhill made quite a hit when he |I

liKe this his thought; is that ; ness, impairs the taste, smell and waters. We must kep the fleet here said he hoped the only complications I i I "CITY OF TAMPA."

be isn't getting his share of the hearing, and affects the voice. i' summer and winter.. The presence of I the navy would get into would be mat- Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's'

perity which the country i is (' proi-I' Being a constitutional dieae it requires that fleet will prevent any political or I\( rimonial- ones. Swamp-Root, the (treat kidney, liver j|i I LT iri'eniMolM.aOam Milton _IJ1am; Lv Ar I'pnl8clII.I.JJ"fll Milton III
diplomatic complications which absence C. Jones.
Indeed it Is probable that if there I' a convtitutioual feme,}} | might encourage. The its recent i|' The mayor Mayor responded M. to the toast, and bladder remedy, are beius; di--j' fare,9oc; Koana trlp'I.

were not such large profits from investments ,. Hood's Sarsaparilla\assembling of the Xorth Atlantic j "The City of Pensacola." in his usual tributed here from house, tree. Have 'I -

in the prosperous corpora sqaudron was done! without any thought happy style ajd was listened to with you receiveJ one?

tions there would be fewer strikes. ]\ Radically antI permanently cures ca- of political conditions. It was done great attention. JEWELER IN HIS

Tht'reIs no objection of course to ;!j tarrh of the no;;e, throat, stomach, as a naval measure to assemble our !! Hon. J. E. Stillman. I ANNOUNCEMENT. i I I
vessels together, to operate them to-1 I i The able collector of the port told ,
the profits of corporations bowel and more delicate 1 Mr. John B. has been i
publishing organs. Vaughan
i I gether and to let them get acquainted : the guests some good stories and offered aP-1 NEW STAND
[. and the Incomes of millionaires, but j I Road the te.-timoniil. j with all vessels in the West Indies. ; them some interesting figures. pointed agent of the News at Century. '

there Is no occasion! for reiterating: No sub.-tittite for Hood's acts like But what happened? While that fleet, comparing Pecsacoia with other gulf I and He will receive and receipt for daily''

t the facts unless there is a purpose to IIOaqi' the largest fleet we have ever had in ports. He showed that Pensacola was weekly subscriptions and adver-
s. Be sure to Hood's. Usements and keep the Newt hand
get the West Indies was coming:: together 2 1-3 times: ahead of all other Florida on j ''
r bring alout legislation:; to prevent exorbitant : at his restaurant at all times. 1 j I I I have moved my jewelry IIt"r'
with- I was troubled with catarrh CO years. there arose t5>e Venezuela: trouble. ports together or. exports. lIe recalled: 120 South Falafox --
prices t,) Keep fortunes I ,
S<"eir>s statements of cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla -, And I feel assnred that the presenceof Herbert Spencer's prediction that four *
certain limits. The constant reference : See Hudgins new style of label. pied by Bass & Co., and am i.
In resolved to try it. Four bottles that fleet entirely without premeditation cities in the union would outerow all I

to the big fortunes does no entirely cured me." \VILU SHEEMAS: : and without any decided politIcal others; that one of these was Birmingham : I 1 I:I better prepared than ever t' ,po;':

yood. On the contrary it does positive 1030 Gtb St.. Milwaukee, Vis. reasons. was the chance that made and that Pensacola was her nat j' 7O CURE A COLD IN OR: DAY I great bargains in diamond,watc: < -

Jiann. It keeps the toiler smarting Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to I the secretary's triumph much easier ural outlet to the gulf: (I' Take Laxative KromoQnlnlneTablrti AHcraggibii Jewelry, etc. Call and see me ar :
than It would have been without it. j j Other Responses. refund the money if it fall to .
of Injustice. cure and keeps the promise. i E. W. Orore's let me convince you.J.
under a sense: signature Is tacb
(I I The triumph of American diplomacy ![ Hon. A. C. Blount, Jr. and Mr. Wm. box. EC.: on I. tiT PHE>'ri.

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THE 9 Y "1 1 pEN5ACOLA, : .URIO r!fi9R8DAY. ,,!A:RCH le. iao3.,

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.Medicines .For ..Ca03 9. J. FOSHCE.VlM-Pnsidtnt; JOHN PfEIFFER, Ass't C....,.,. : !


f'' : 'I,,.': y. ars past the usual K !i

,- catarrh diseases was l
''.'1'!: : Paine's OF PEJZSACOLA FLA.
'': ," .,,1! ,Iches, sprays inhalers DEPARTMENT HAS PLACED CeleryCompound \fl. RI,.. l'i

r''.: .:'.. '".! n.. dicmes composed prin- NEARLY TWO HUNDRED MEN Designated Depository of the United States. -ii. J

.. ., a <"hu i, all of which never
C.' Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb. 9,1903. < ;4 4'I '
.: .- ,'iriiy; gIve the temporary TO RUSH THE REPAIRS. ; ,

:,' :' '1;, -'ir ulation. RESOURCES. LIABiLITIES : Wij inl

'.:t cure "an be made only Saves a Gentleman From the Dan LoaBsand Discounts! ...... ........... .. ... $336,072.95Demand Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ......... .... t200.OOU.00 .: \-11-: .
1' .,. .. which removes the ]'I gers and Perils of Insomnia and Loans..... ...... ...... ...... .... 122K654Orerdraft Surplus..... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00 1. "ui1f,. I;
,. : '.':: nr i Over one hundred and fifty work- ...... .... ...... ...... ... .... .... 1,16002 Undivided d Profits...... ...... .... .... .... 690.76 ,
I :
,:. :: ? .' m? from the blood.rn 'men have been wo'king on the big Nerve Troubles After Failures (T. B. Bonds and Premiums......... ...... 213,8Ufi.87 CIrculation...... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 125,000.00> '! I'!f' j ,.,... 1f
'J" which met the dock at the and of Able Physicians.It Stocks securities, etc..... ................. 2,62500Furniture Dividends Unpaid. ..... ...... ........... .. 180.00 i'l jr ;.
and vhich so far has I,Spanish navy yard is now generally admitted that and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6.718.48 Deposits ....... ...... ...... ............ ...... 65,549.34 t.j f.t tt! '*:
j:everybody has been kept on the move insomnia Cash and Exchange..... ...... ... ... ...... 22817024 11 !
:: :, successful in curing or sleeplessness is causedby
ever since the repair work has been : !
exhaustion of f
: 'I I nerve force and a
..- >t ur: s Catarrh Tablets. 'Ii'
t.. :. -is J-ct on the blood and commenced. I sluggish condition 01 the digestive Total..... .... .'.. .....' .... ............. $911,420.10 Total... .... ...' .... ...... .... ..'.. $911,420.10 < t ;fj I
1L What the purpose of the fast work : organs. Overwork. worry and care : !f' I ; tJ
'd'e i
: .' rane only."T I I have their effect upon the nerves. This bank opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage will rite j l :
is can only be surmised and that conclusion -
business courteous and careful attention.
"'. harJly! be classed as ta Sleeplessness in spring time is one your J.: } 4
is that Pteel dock be '
I It' i the can of the commonest troubles afflicting '
., ., medicine as they are II 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. l
I I I made capable of service In order that men and women and in too many ;1J i1

f uch valuable remedies the Isla de Luzon could be placed on cases fatal results follow. In thous '!1 r: tN.}I 1,
Hydrastin red gum of ands of cases the terrible trouble \
the other dock and work on her .:. ,t. .,
proceed '
'i "'" c. \
? i.. and similar antisep- .1Ot' f. ';
at leisure. Th's conclusion was '" '
E. ( fUI': !
., :., ,I m tablet form. which I
the opinion of an officer from the
n.mating from the blood >&; : }
Tu--mbrane the poisons navy yard who was asked about the \ )? ( .f.fIti it
". matter yesterday.The :
Y\ .
I ,
: employes about the rard are / -
Tablets large t : r
,t'arrh are i

; 0 '' c v-! loyongprs to be takt'.ovvlnsf lof vessels the opinion of the that navy some will be of the used largesti as a t mIDID@llm( ) e ; f :

.- .. :niuiiih: this them reaching t:) (11,;;- sort of trial-horse for the steel dock a ( o i5J
upon the completion of repairs nowunder f. .\ .it
I. id.oa: and finally the I
way. 'I : .
I t : !
) fr:
1 also be dismd '..
v may : .i r: ,
,'. used as a (douche .: l' f. l' 'I'I \.

!:internal use. but it :: ,. %) "4.flEV. _-- ,It.! \" .: 11 tv;

n., ocssary to use a MANCROVEIS _ _ _ tl;ii .. i1i.; ,-. "-
'If them dissolved in IN DOCK I ;i; '

t .\ will be sufficient. -- B. H. FAIRCHILD, CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, DO YOU KNOW! '{t JiV.C ; _

there is much stop- fIt,1 J"
:1 LICHT HOUSE TENDER PLACED t7PDoz..STcnER: : : No. 30 South Palafox street, for your BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. have : .; ,. ,:.
doache made from .
-"' a r. ,
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. electrical work. He is prepared to a large stock of dressed e t adding- [' ,J
.:i ill:l give immediate re- I IN POSITION FOR REPAIRS AT : : t
regular daily use intcrro aroet Work and Kefnishir.g Furniture a do yon a first-cla job at moderate and joist Get their prices before q.\ ".
: t.. f i:1
.' : the whole catarrhal NAVY YARD YESTERDAY I II Specialty.XMiono prices. Pbon? 2e3. I buying. diG-1 m itt. t

." it resorting to the la- A. CRAW, 40a. -- --- r
i if a douche. Of Ridge! Road X. Y., S3 Years Old. t f C"

tt state-I "that the in- The light house tender Mangrove, ment executed the different commands ,) ,tH;:' i '
I commanded by Lieutenant Bull is SPECIAL SALE.. |
nt of catarrh by mean? developf-s insanity and madness- was commented upon in a very

., modicaied tablets is rap the latest government vessel to make then the asylum with its surrounding complimentary way by many. ; i *J.BRAWNER'S I'AT

?' the place of douches and use of tno docking facilities of the horrors. j 1 .f '

", itions": and further says Pensacola navy yard. Paine's Celery Compound promptly CL'KK. COLD IN ONE DAY
banishes and inflammation Tp
.. '" tidy the best and certainly Yesterday Mangrove was hauledout ( of the nerves. The wonderful Take Laxative ftrnmo Quinine Tablet
remedy at present on the on the big wooden dock and somerepairs medicine quickly makes ThUBUnature JTV Jt on every : tirll'
if ifTo
"- Stuart's Catarrh Tab- to her hull will be made. The nerve fibre and nerve force, cleansesthe box, 25c. WH :
and blood the tissues of
!,r> secret is made of.. their repairs: are of a necessary nature strengthens
the brain anti gives rest and sleep.
im and all the really; cfflirrh the tacilities offered at the I'ensaeola of You cannot possibly procure these RECEPTION ON make room for my Immense Stock of Spring : \ ; j
station has precluded the necessity ; t )\
remedies are concen- blessings through the use of any \

this tablet." the vessel going north to larger gov- other medicine. Paine's Celery Compound THE INDIANACAPTAIN Goods, which is now Arriving Daily. j"j jji ft 3}
sell Stuart's Catarrh ernment docks. The vessel was lifted is the only true nerve and I II 1.\\ } .,
blood remedy and contains exactlythe -'
i cents for full sized pack- with the greatest ease apparently.has elements needed for yuur case I : 3000 yards of 79 Soft-Finished I 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Under'J;'J J tIt' 11. ,

.\ ill tell you there is no Recently the big wooden dock in springtime. May Heaven direct EMORY'S EEAUTIFUL Bleached Domestic, worth 6c, to shirts worth tl, lOPfclul 75c; drawers ; I. (J j.;:

datable, etficunt and been .used a great deal by government you to use it, dear sufferer at this make! room at 4lse yard. I match k 1 i ti, ,
vessels. The Mangroveis time. Mr. Max Burgheim. Cincinnati SCOO Fitchville44 Bleached 47 Ltdies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy- 4 .
T'I! cure known to the and merchant SHI? WAS VISIT :D BY HUNDREDS yards ;
the third vessd to have been lifted i Ohio saj"S-: Domestic worth 9s, to make room Day :Skirts:; worth $1.50, special sale 'i .
"I have been suffering from sleeplessness 9SJ each. Ii
at7cyard. 11"
during the present week the others for many years and althoughI OF PEOPLE YESTERDAY.From :9 Ladies' udy-to-Wear Rainy- ,
Londale and Fruit 4
steamer Poe and the tried almost to 2oOO yard Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool '
have everything
being the army get ,
'., FOR SALE! Bleached Domestic, worth lOc to
p' ; :ThT: ; : '
worth H. specul slleIS each.
cured, consulting the best physicians I ,
Xrjrweslan bark lady Penryn. mike at I 'r' \
room l\l"c yard.
an.l even going; to Europe several one t& five o'cloc! yesterIayafteri'onn I I 60 Ladies' lU' ck and Colored ;, It
""Unas has 120::' times, all was in vain. then trkdl'aines I 10,000( yard 4-1 Unbleached Dmeetie )- \Vor=tfd Skirts, worth $1 50, special .} ::1 l r .
JACKSONVILLE FIRMIN Celery ComIJ um!. The first Captain Emory was the i worth tic, to lib ke room, at sale 98c each. I r 'i .
i Lava Stone host aboard his ship to the people of 4t4c yard. J 4 or "
RECEIVER'S HANDS. night I it, you can imagine: my 37 LidieV flick Tailored mid Figured ; :
:::' -::Ings. etc. joy whoa I iound that I had slept this city and hundreds a\aicd! themselves 100 yards 10-4 Gold Brand :Sheetin \ tjkirts, worth \2 CO to ?6, special :

*, i '. -tnplea can be six hours in Micression. I continued of the opportiinily to \iait that ?, worth Isc, to make loom, at 133 sale fl.'JS to I.l't! :8 each. t 'I'' j'' "

q i '.1 i -1 ,v (',i', store. South Jacksonville, Fla., March IS.-As a the use of Paine's Celery Compound vessel. yard. I 10U doz Men's All Wool Camel's ., .
consequence of 'he .failure of .the for three months and sleep peacefully WOO' yards: I'') 4 pferal Bl achdSheetih Hair Undershirts, worth f 1.50. special "
i i: v Ell7-tf. Shortly after ote o'clock;: the $1 I ; drawers to match, in White Ji: .
worth 23cto make .
First National bank the firms of Lit every night. ?, room, ". ;:
Fertilizer Says p.eCraw., of Ridge Road, launches began to lire 'ip at the docks atlS 1. yard. Red and Fawn colors. .'i .. I : 1
tie Bros. Phosphate and 25! itoz. Hoy's and Girh' Ribbed
The Mother's Friend'py X. Y. : and were rapidly filled with society 750 yard 1U4 Pepperal Bleached. I ;
Chemical and Fleeced .
and Gl'or Florida Compound has beena I Lined Undershirts at i. l:
company "Paine's Celery Sh<>etiuir, worth USc, to make room, >
V : ":', ; fails, is Cor- company were placed in receivers'hands panacea fi'r the many ills which peoplebent: oa an atternoon of pleas- at 2s( yard.Reraembprwo. I I 25c ; drawers to match. t, .I .

iI": I'TI! 1 (',)'ncelIilk. yesterday, in a suit to foreclosea afflicted! me in my old age and which lire and the saucy little boats were carry full line of Red 24 doz.All Wool Boy's and Undershirts Girl's Gray and I I ;,
its Use. the afternoon tolandle at 50cr : iJ i
by : all
have kept mowing ;
:'rued; to infants I their plant.Valter Pants, from 8 to 16 atprices
t ) Boys'
mortgage of $:!;),Olll on of age \ drawers to match. i '\
First, the sciatic affliction my It after 5 i' "
scientific the crowds. was to !suit everybody. We
full line
i-- --;t MucUlow was appointed re- severely afflictedme carry a of Ladies', ,:
which i 1
\. .. 1 t ff-d (in Eagle I I \ right that hip it was very so O.iflicult for me o'clock and up to 6 oefore the last of 70 doz ;Men's Heavy French Neck Men'* and Boy's and Girls' Shoes : I fi.1 :

.. a -.,.iity gain in eels er. to ascend or descend stairs; lumbagowas : the guests had left the ships but Moreno Utider5hirti, special 20e ;jI that we fan sav you 23c on. .1 :. .
affliction which was at with drawers to match. Retneinlr-We carry a full line /.j< (
another all were thoroughly delighted ,
After the prip or other serious times very troublesome but also the afflicted Compound their enttrtiipment: on board the bat I 60 doz Men's, worth Fleeced SOc, special Lined Sic Undershirts -; of dollar Men's We Clothing will close: Hougnt them at Me out on at Ji ;'-J;t .tP:( ). 1
is the cured me. 1 was
Hot French Waffles with illness Hood's Sarsaparilla with piles. I have used six bottles tleship.! The officers did all they drawers to ma: tch. jut '2 price off other merchants. .f U"
: the -
Florida Cane Syrup at.I medicine to take. to restore appetite I and it has quite revolutionized could to make all have a coo.i; time. I "1 .

I i and strength. 1! me and I am now in my eighty-fourth Visitors congregated OP the wharf
Solomon's i
--- --- -- -- year and as well and strong as I and \\'? (illd: the hunches arrive an.l We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress (ItI.i: } j:1:

S" !'was at fifty." depart.: The lately arrived commercial Goods at New York Wholesale Prices. f1 ii !)
:t; men were ninon? The visitrrs anti

S .< LENTEN SPECIALTIES ec I I SUES FOR / paw.they were charmed with what they AGENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS. ::: : :ilRemrmber

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.SOL CAHN & CO'S... !.I --- We Were II I.f. !"' <-.': 1. ,.,.)

ALFRED D. BERRY ASKS FOR ic5 S. Palafox St.Q. 11 ':
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IOMIK.10MH.-1SI1.: : SOKf.sHKI.L CHAB9. I Butter PatternsApril NERI.
1'1..11 lln.111I1 .. RECENTLY SUFFERED.In .
f' ! \' BMK1TK1W. IU1>,'..amu lIEnUI G. Ii
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TUNNY FISH.! Crigbt's Disease and Diabetes Stock just received !

leGfnfrallyKfFtinaFirst-ClassGroccrr.. PHONE J 78t the office of the clerk of the circuit Ar: Positively Curable. showing every desirable Ice Cream Parlors.I '
e A < : ,. ,. _/t ,
.,a..... .nI. .6.,, ........... .. .. j court yesterday afternoon, Ulount garment for the Spring .' S. l'alalo I Street! I I '
Q' oY'".,.,......... \ ;
Blount filed an action for Alfred D. season and al1 the latest I
& t"ran hearing that Charles A. Newton, the -- -- ;,

ferry acainst: the ekman Lumber rarjmB8tl'r ot the Southern Paclflc Company novelties. NEWLY I 4: i
at Sacrsmecto, tad. certain cu'e of DlaUtes.the .
Company for JIO.WO. for personal in- tmstaeis men wfco were Investigating the Norfolk Styles with the Kimcno REFITTED AND: FURNISHED. fl t.
Futton Compounds wrote bid asking him to I
juries.Mr.: take It; but they were late, as be had alreaJf Neck; All Kinds of Creams Ices, Glaces 'I

Berry a short time ago was employed beard of It, Si per tla letler in answer ajullovs Fruits and Cakes. I n (
( : StcleEffects: on Capes Ccats, Blouses j
at the plant of the Beckman ..P.rm..!.TO,July 21.1'QL! PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIES
sitS I and Cffce: Sacks;
TV r Slrt: Tonra .f the luih rwrlrM.
Company an.l was standingnear Intormatlon .rd1r.git IMSbrp OR PARTIES. : .t
Lumber t;ink jon for your .C !
'mt",llclne m.Ue by J, I. fn'ton. I... pvrmscrntlf -
a planing machine which was cared ..f {Inttwlri>y this mrdlcfnr. tad I no* Shirred Styles in Waists and Skirts; Maillaird's Candies a Specialty. 4
I .n"T Eood be<b once mire. I fomnifneed takingIt
in operation when the knives suddenly March 1<1. and June !th wi. prunnunecd cor PHONE 602.
I DOW enjoy my "Id diet In a mUd form but adranN All the Latest! Styles for Girls and .
grappled a small knot and hurledit more on It III time soft ty. not wl.-Mng to tttrmpt
air. too mncb at once. I WM rrry bad vltb the dlarae.The Little Folks -
like a rifle ball through the praTltywas KM*.and I was so w..1t I conU :

; Bon Bons and Chocolates. The pellet struck Mr. Berry's left eye arcely raid tLerr: valk.,.I; The DO care phyilclant 1 then helped Hard me of tome and *, bat tBltn A. C. BINKLEY desire! his friends

destroyed the sight treating vltk the Falton Compoand. and only for and the public to know that! he baa
I'Uitr.t DKLICIOUSV. : and instantly took three bottlea..ben I comnienord to fri bPttotr.end The Delineator April
tbra kept on IniproTlng uuui I vat mtor d 19bta'tb. Moved to Room 508, Tbie'en buildin -

thereof. .. .' .. .L L __ ..___ 15 Cents.No where he will
t \ A. D'ALEMBERTE, <* For this injury the young man i the EDOW road OT wl ID 0>tcer had cam the or dl.inaneif..... fur ma four rcg jrrtra.Be nrrrOD ?, continue as heretofore It.1i; 4
prays the court to compel the lumber vent tn Tnooo to dta. Whi-D I was retting a general hw practice. I J Ji
tIter I MDI for him to come to Sacramento to iNon
nru:iijjist i and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St. company to pay him the sum named. the wrtie ire. nwnt On bU return be relined more beautiful or use- -- -- --- r j(I *- j*
ao mf'4lcl..woak! cure him; bat I prerared: ipoa Hot French Waffles
him to try II. This wai In May. lie li now somveh ful magazine in the mari ImproTei! that be !. OD i.ii engine working Florida Cane
THE Syrup at
MEN FROM of Erltihl 9t
every dly There are aUo two u
ILLINOIS ON PARADE I >t>....e liking It whom I to'd of It. I hope w>ni. Solomon's.
and build anttar- I:
ndlrat will get tills medicine!
turns all over the country for the treatment of theM
dreadful df.UN! Tru.Uarf I bare not aald tuo -

DR. J. H. MOCK, A detachment of about two hundred nitcit, Ysn. "Cn*.. A. X.wr)!Y. J. M. DOE! t W. PEAKE,
men from the battleship Illinois land "Y.rdlu.rer. 8.F.Co..facto. ,
wharf this morning Electrical contractor and builder, 4 -
ed at Mdret works Free tra' Brifrhfi* ICseass BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER! will do your electrical work in first- .
shortly after ten o'clock for the purpose and Dlubete" t -e incurable but !HT! per cent are ,,
DENTIST. m drill. They positively; recoverIng under the Fulton Com- class style and at r !a onable rates. I I '
of having a pouEu:*. Coraiaon forms of kidney cooplalnt I Palafux Street
203 South ,
the ship's band and and raenmatl-m oITcr bit short reslstaoi l ,.I I II He can: be found at 30 Houth Palafox j '
headed by .
were Price it for the Brirhf Wsease and il Su for
usual route of march was: followed. the Diabetic! Compounil. Juno J. Fulton Co.,4JMo15'ornerv PENSACOLA Fla. street. Phone 203.Broo2ezA .

2S'S. Palafox Street, IE Old Armory Building. the The men made an excellent showing Frr f-l.. .tests San made'raaclsco for patients.sole oonrounders. I*>> I -- -- -

watched by a large number ncnptite pamphlet mallud tied. ; ;
v.-0\VN!!( : AND BRIDGE \VORK A SPECIALTY. and were HANNAH BROS.. Laxative !; 0mev

l>>EXCOL.FLA.. The of manner persons. in which this detach Agents for Pensacola, Fla. Cores a CoU b OM Dayt Q51s. 3; Da1I(9.C M a5c: -

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.- :..if.' !f';,," (.i 'I.,J crowning
....... !7 March 19.-The
.t. t'llJ'1" .,: 'N'(' W',: Tallahassee. newspapers -
: .(;.,..- .- ,' {
., l'1'; \,. .f' igSSZtt-* *!-'*:..;;!,l0. ; *ZJP: J' .i'.:." "" j! Florida. are just now indulgi -. woman-I
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I ....-j.p.--",:-oc... "'",'p ,-" "' .. '. :. 1"J'/J .....{';\ \ it i! ing In considerable criticism of Governor -, .
I: :k :: J.:: .: .. .';,;' ..:! r'._" _,, t.; ; I about hood and
Jennings a matter so
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., ": "-c: -- '.. : .""..... -.%"...-.. :1.: I trivial that it scarcely deserves no :

l ..... /; ;J !S.- _.; \: {<}?:'f tice-and would receive none but for .I LB '-ii I joy of WHITE RIBBON

).'].'>:\ ,'r..v : Delicately formed: and gently! reared. women will find, i _( .... .".-...:.. V, the fact that the criticism is so' I motherhood REMEDY

f \ A'i.t<- ; in all the seasons: cf the.r lives,as mal e:1S.wvesorm I th'J! ., !. -:.t..:rA -.t'> clearly due to a total misunderstanding -' L is
: : .. \., '. .. fl\ ,. '! AVtaste. \'o ialor. (an It i,
$N thst the whchsorne which! actsgently I IIs to have
ers one simple, remedy I11 /. .-'< : of certain customs and : ., *
.! 'JO 't '' prece i vatertea or eofet wiThout tr;
V: : healthy
.::' ar.i: p'e1ar.'d! natJ.:1 id which may be i: .,", "'.. -:: >\ dents which have obtained in the. children. But there can be no joy iii j: White Ribbon Remedy tll cure <....
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,:/) i'I'x: -: Fi effects conditions.vhen 't' '; :::: .. : the dlsf'It..1 appetite fur alec 'J
& under
:-.{. : .:: : : truly beneficial: : : any : &. .t t, '-i ft...&; executive office for many years. { motherhood without health and without j I Unts, whether the patient I* a irJ

Q- \ the system needs: a laxative.; !5s-Syru;? cf Figs. 1 It :"" i \'tt"'}. ... .. On December 14, 1901 Governor | health for the mother there can be no inebriate, a "tippler" social Ui 1Il rJr

{fI: ; is v/e'.l: known: to be a simple! ; combination! : : cf the laxativeand fji \ "V ,....' fIiJj health for the child. I drunkard.apoetite for ImpoMble alood-lic ornnvonet k j ".,,
'.'kf'. C '-.'.. .-H/ I \: Jennings made a complimentary appointment It is of vital importance for women to White KibboaKemcuy.Indnrsptl a[; '.i
:. carminative principles of plants with pleasant, aromatic 15 K.M 'ttt i ";" ., ,'j... \<>-'-. !, \ of Mr. T. M. Weir, of Hills know that the health of mother and childis I

f'i( : : 1 liquids: which: are agreeable; ; and refreshing to the L '':\' t4.< ->-:{ \:.\. .,,.f; borough county, to be a commissioner : in general entirely within woman's I I JIJT Members of WeT: VMr

Ii.-:1\: ,\ taste: : and acceptable t, the: system when its gentlecleansing : "'"._i':;:::::,. :J VSVi' !.y'.i;! 1. ".. .({!:. ..:.:.-1. (C II to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition control. The thousands of women \\hohave i men'.. Chrietma[onr*.prt"
:!!. : : I is desired.Ilcay a.:, ;,.. ....iflvty5r. : ''--*.: 1v4s:3 :;,::: ;. to be held in St. Louis next I used Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription -.: tura. ('ftiI1orni\. writes: "I I }HV, V .'Q'.
: ", '' ii\\ .. .:iiV : ;:::.: when expecting motherhood, 1 '" bite Ribbon Kemcdy on cf the i ills from which ,' '..iisudieraecfatra, .. ii' I very
; \ .o;:>."fi. 1:. :.; ..{ :;, year. The appointment and accompanying -j have testified that it made them healthy drunkard-and Iheeur.s ha\i. tin .ae
...'( .'l'oJ sent: nature and do nt: ccns from any organic trouble: ..r..\.. .iL'' .,;':.'..'t; ,,,.44 i.J'i... J.. :. commission were issued as and happy in the days of waiting made', many caM th., Keinedy '11&, ,( 'at...
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p -,. :" cretly. I cheerfully
.:' !,...... and it is pleasant: to: know that! they yield s, promptly I totna \, ... ....'..1. .:.. ",'.' I I.'i. -.o .ij'... :..:,. and i the baby's advent practically painless, i i dorse White Ribbon Kcnudr.rvronitui M, ..
.;" ; beneficial: : effects cf Syrup cf Figs, but: when anything t.. .),t. t : J:4 ?" I a compliment, pure simple.0 and gave them health to give their chil! I: our Union are ilvhu'ert ui fi, al, .
: \\.... ..r". more: than a laxative: is needed it is best t, consult the Hr.ot'..\"t:;, .'f..'.. .;',.;)\."\:.., 4f; ill.' 'j .\,:":'i'r; powers were granted no authority I i dren. I.mical work.trentmcnt" to aid us In cuiaac

: physician! and to avoid the old-twi cathartics and ";nv.x T; Ii" Jf' t. conferred, no compensation contracted i V.r W. J. Kidiler. of Hill ml Farm (Fn'.c-!
family : :< J 2':: c:. burg Cenler) Inatbur Vt..writes: "Duringthepa Druggists or byrmail fl. Tr i s<(
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no no obiga .
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c '' budly advertised nostrums cf the p.-...:->...r.t thy Wh..n1 \ ; "t year I found my elf expecting: maternity, free by writing Mrs. A. M.
';', ., ;,"1,1. ,;r.. .. ;. !' lion I and in rapidlv failing! health. I MiTc-red Ureadfiillv Towrsend ffr
: \ incurred and duties to
: : no
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c .... needs f.// per
to t1. the the .
? :: cnly remove 1.5..2.:1
.: f"c. torpor: congestioa : ..; !:v.- :) > ...I.. (i from bleating and unuarv difficulty 1 I I years secretary of a Wo-nan's

",'1) .,-.. cr slm'lar ills, which attend upon a constipatedcond.tion L-.t ,',":-,;,'Ii.,_.'\;":;;f ::; /;L-;,..:.-!;,.... .","!". ._:'.. .,''.''.''..... I' form. The governor, indeed, possesses wa-suffered. growing much percrptibly.harp pain utaker at tim'each>. I felt thy that and I,. ain Temperance Union, 213 Tremont

L./..,':, cf the. system, use the true and gentle rniedy'J. .. .'" : :-.,:, ,' t. d t6-jl. no authority, without legislative something mu>t be dune I sought your ad,ice St. Boston, Mass. Stkt in ,
:r I.. Syrup of Y.:' ri: C..; -.., fr"ekm frcrn depression, t.t. ". ,, ..! '.. !. ....- ....'C. ; /:: ...t,.;:;--, .z i grant, to issue a commission: car and. received a prompt reply Tok twelve I II I
'. f"-J .f--"' ) ) = \ :.i:'< : .. -- ..... :.4'y, : :.ll- '; I Lo'IIt'* of Itortor ftcrcc's Favort rrejrfrripiiiin. Hannah Bros..:It S. I'llafoi Ft
the aches and cIds and h.a : '. ... :.,.;,. ..:# ''II ; ",.. ..:.,..,: rying authority and and also followed your instructions. I beg iu
:s--, pains: achis:: ,which are dueto : ; '' v. V.i' ..' ..'. & ," powers compensation I
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; ? health Ivi-ame
.- 'O. .;;;,,"lilJ ..' .. < .: ..;..:.:.:.;,t t.) improve immediately my -
"f't ) inactivity cf the b'JWf I::. \\"'J:"' ',: ; ,r. -' Cl '. ..: ',-... and none such was ever thought excellent, and I coiiU do all my own work .we
\ -\i. >' .. i.oll.j: j (. -\-.f.'..;.;;.. I live on a t good sized farm) 1 talked and rude
..'\'i./ V Only thc/se who buy the genuine Syrup cf Fi3canho: ? \\". .'<'I' I: .. ': i-: '"'",.,;'"............. 1: ;; of in connection with the complimentary all I cx.u'.i. and etvoyed: iL I had a short e i.yCunfinemtnt MEN AND WOVEN,
.. :. .; to its beneficial 1 effects ;: ;irtf-i Z 1 11" ::..:. :'..i,. ;" :' f. t; commission issued to Mr. I and have a heallhy baby boy." 'c tLRLs fi-eli '<.1 ,
and of f .
L the ,
.', .. gst is a guarantee: : ex <<.S"r :J. ';,;', :<.., ..:. )0. \'. I. I I.&d.y. hMhar
.. .. The Common Sense Medical I
> .. ,. J.r i h "';""": -:;,..: :. ..' People's G&7&Ie,4 irrltati(
ccI4e't several other
the full cf the \ Weir and gentlemen ,
1' :1 remedy name companyCnLfcrr.a : _\ Do tO.a'ictire. cf
: ; ji&\ :':" '" :.{=,p i ... : Adviser, a hook containing 100.pages, in a
t'. C....... is the front of ; ':;." .:.==. . l. Fg; SJru printed en who
( : every -: ': .} :' \ '" ,;: ",;:: t.t=;'V1't. I is given away. Send 21 one-cent stamps utFvsisCiEMcstCs.: ,.,,t rr.tlATO .
: ., package and without! it any p-eparstin offered as Syrup :!1{: ; ::: t\, ......\l. + .4 I Yet some of the state papers would! for expense of mailing only, for the book II OI4 lj$ flrarjIf,,

:' );. cf Figs;; is iraudubr.t.2..1d should! be declined.! To thn5e'i; '.." ..,..;l....).:."...::.,:_:. /ff 1; : :'.'!: :"';':'.;iJ''t 'i.oO ]\ have it appear that the governor is I I in volume paper bound covers in or cloth.31 stamps Address for U the:. \ r.s.a. orient r0:1 :'

i/" who know te quality! cf ths: excellent: laxative, thf. :; \. _. '\J .:.:, 7'l.'N'\\":\ : ..' ,,:'. usurping authority to which he is I R. V. I'ierce, Buffalo N. Y. I ...s Circub.x .o.i 'j o.ij

,.f.. -:-...,.., offer cf ar.y substitute, when Syrup cf Figs; is called -'. : \ i not entitled, and is infringing upon -- -- -- -- -- -
't. :f \:< for j is always resented by a transfer cf patronage to.: ... : \.;.', mM: 'i k "I. ......--11/,;:.;.""...:<-::-,'" the powers of the legislature and j
i :;:::' some first-class drug establishment: where they do 'f : ;' : '. anticipating the action of that
T --3XJ& f'Sf \
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'I\!.:,..w not recommend: nor sell false: I: brands, nor I imitationremedies. '-".-..'..' _, ;. ."..,'.'-.',',.:1-or":'..............;:.. ."'',"j./, ,J,'!. .... ,L'1]l ranch of the government, remarking \ WICKE & COt

"/.In.... The genuine article may be bought::: of all ..... It'd- V "I......".;..:-';;: .,10'1"..-..? j!. : _t.#. that the governor's course'will I

IJ}; reliable druggists everywhere at 50 cents per bottle. ; i;' ";'.V '\..r\"/ ., ; .{ Ji x\\(:: T )t not wear well" and other I

,4J" ;; ..':..':.:..:.:.'' :,:'i :: 'It w ,..".,..:. :,ro';. :""-'i.J.\. .1j:. :. .......::. !,; stronger expressions. i i Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter
-\\i .
::;\ '<{ ;_ ,.,.; .,,;: .:P"''" :: ( 2.. : ,. If these critics would look over the | ,
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< .'tti' .-:' :f:'.::';;'.>>' ,, :.1., :., :""'-' tt" '(] 'i '{i'J. :: j official record books in the office of i No. 6 South Palafoz Street

1 UURRNIA '... "' ,,,:.-."..' "' : I the secretary of state they would find :' .
); .. '' } of oia; 1r- '' c' All Kinds 01 Plumbing and Gas Fitting Materials K6pt on Haul
AI- lei;.. .t. .' ;: :: \ and well-worn volume set !
: ,':. .1' ... ... .. ;. a large II
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; :::: -\'NPt.100lA. Jo'I.4.
95 .. .
? .. ; .. ::. .., t- I aside exclusively for complimentary j
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r (/".._ .:. :?. -_-... ... ...,:. .e... c'I.. :.'' y'....... appointments and commissions. The I
'J. J ... .. r. 1rL; ...., -.... _...... _w ...;/>.. commissions therein recorded date
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-,<--, _, ..- =0>::;-"-,.-- .."'\.i ",,-.;::,. _- :'...-_... :.:.. ..;.- back many years and a glance at the I F SAMUEL CHARLES,

objects f J f hich this class of appointment I, i

Local Weather Forecast. | TAKE NOTICE. A Remarkable Case. I : ta\e been mde will show ,| ii HDDT AND SHOE MAKER
1in ti-Bic'.t: uml Priday.: colJorn To whom i it r"y concern: One of the most remarkable cases ofa that: the cusiora of making them is I .L

rr\lll : n>'-! wnuheaat: wnul becuniWHAT i j On and after this date all Resolutions cold, deep-seated on the lungs entirely l-'ra1er and u:1ohjt-ctionahle'l| REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

i..': nor'iiwt! it. 1 Cards of Tnnk! : ., Excursions orI causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs. and that they should not be confused i,' S2 J3 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes," Leather & Findings,

I Entertainments to whicn an admis- Gertrude Fenner, Marion, Ind., who with appointments regularly made by' PHOXK 514. 00. SOUTh FALAKO.Y STKI'.KT.

HAPPENED.She &ion is charged and simi'ar notices, was entirely cured by the use of one authority of law. |! her ruby lips to his I wiil be charged for at regular jdverMiifj Minute Cough Cure. She says: The To go back more than ten years i

In one ecstatic Kiss; ;' : I iztes. coughing and straining so weakened ago, one fends: Governor Mitchell's ap-j jpointments J. E. DUJ3UISSOX t9 BROTHER

They "cineil at 1"U't' with all the I', me that I run down in weight from of delegates to the first ,

-, world, I On: account of the revival now in US to 92: pounds. I tried a numberof Pan-American Medical Congress; to [; -'OUNEIt: TAItKAGONA AND IXTEXDKXCIA STKKETS: : ,

Ilurajit in holy Hiss; progress at the jJeihodist church it the Farmers' National Congress and
.I:t remedies to no avail until I used Cealers In
witn iho osculation! o'er. announced that there will be no
i lint is an Immigration Agent toew
One Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles I
It wa.s; not bar. to find! sinking school at the Presbyterian of this wonderful remedy curedme York. Governor Bloxham named ,c Choice Staple and Family Groceries A

That, though Mie took her lips away, church this evening.Children entirely of the cough, strengthened delegates to the Seacoast and Harbor ,

The ruby stayed\ \behind! my lungs and restored me to my Defense Convention etc. Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too many to enumerate

-\i>ril Smart Set. will take Piso's Cure without normal weight, health and strength delegates and Warranted to be the Best the Market Affords and can be
: objection because its taste is Hargis Pharmacy, John Sheppard.Sid Governor Jennings appoints Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order liven us During the

ney Kahn. _ /= to a Conference on Taxation y' Holidays and will Deliver Free to any I'art of the City.
pleasant. At druggists; ,
The Stomach is the Man. the National Civic Federation; to a
A weak stomach woakcnes the man. SCHEDULE AND PASSENCER Good Roads Convention at Buffalo

' because it cannot transform the food The best pill 'neath the stars and and another at Charleston; to the P.O. Box326. J. E. Dubuisson & Bro"
Into nourishment. Health RATES FOR ST. ANDREWSLINE. ,
he eats II stripes; American Congress of Tuberculosis, : PHONE 66.

and strength cannot be ret sored without to1, Little Early Risers of worldly repute. etc. These are among the more important :FRU1ily G-roeorw.
nny sick man or woman I _
: ,t restoring health and strength toe i It cleanses the system and nevergripes. and' useful of the objects ,: -

> ., stomach. A weak stomarh cant served through the medium of theseI

-j i .) digest c-no'iKh food to food the Ask for DeWitt's and take no The Pensacola. 8\ Andrews and complimentary commissions. The I I A. MAveryI:
tissues and revive the tired and run .
has fixed
I substitute.A Gulf Steamship Cr.mpiuy record further shows however that
of the body.
down limbs and organs the following schedule and rates to I I I
small pill to buy, easy to take adminstration of
Cure cleanses purifies during the
Kodol Dyspepsia
I apply between Pen "cob and the ( TO AVERY k WOOLFOLK)
sweetens and strengthens the and easy to act, but never failing in points named : Governor Ilo\ham (1SS1-S3); and under
glands and membranes of the stomach I restlts. DeWitt'sera "Little-Early-Ris I Governors E. A. IVrry. Fleming. I I IMPORTER ANO JOBBER OF
indigestion dyspepsia -, sCII1lLLE.Steamer .
and cures arouse the secretions! and act as Mitchell and >Uloxharu! again: these
. and all stomach troubles. Har I Tarpon will leave Per. a- HARDWARE.
tonic to the liver curing permanent- commis'ionanl
Sidney a
gis Pharmacy, Jotn Sheppard, cola every Tuesday night at 8oO: complimentary

Kahn. Ir. Hargi: Pharmacy, John Sheppard, o'clock, after the irrival of the Mobile especially as delegates or commissioners -
Iron Nails Axes. Shove 1 I.. t4.
w and Hteamboat
Sidney Kahn. I train: and the P. & A. aecoinnu.1 to the New Orleans. Atlanta
will enable Supplies; Cooking: and lie.' IL :stoves Paint Oils
train. This a
C !. i> '1 O :rA.: Try Ths News' WANT COLUMN.: idJtion>roii to leave Mobile at 5 p. in., I and Chicago expositions, were issuedby Window Glass, Guns, Pirt.-- and Fishing Tackle.
I'a K'''d i nter, ,,: S EJrt! ; the scores anti hundreds.; It is a
Bear the /J make clo-e connection at Peusacoli\: Agate ami Tinware ana Kod'ttfiirnisuiii] ( ods.L'AGENS .
hutt.... 'l.n=. and reach Ht. Andrews the next I fact that almost any citizen \\hoi
.{-e.4V tZ:: Special communication I morning at 7 o'clock.1'S'EGElt. asVed for one could get itGovernor :, FOR BIRMINGHAM iiOLLING MILL COMPANYTJ1:
of Escambia Lr>.l2e, No 15, i : R' vere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery
F. and A. :M.. ;:3) m HATI-S. Jennings! imioed, has been more cautious -
I ZG I Whe C'L >fin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kalsom.ue -
FEARL & DOL1VE. v Friday March 20.Vork The ptenger! rate from Pensacola and sparing in issuing these troll King and Buck Stoves and Range Wm
\/. \ in F. C. degree will b as follow*: pers than any of his predecessors Coupd & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather Masury'a
Visiting brethren are cor- To St. Andrewi and St. Andrews the Made Railroad Colors.
; II IIl for at least twenty years past, as
! Call on them at the corner of Garden diallv invited. poInt-6 00; round trip $10.
and Alc-iniz ,.trwts for carfpn-: \v. D'C. KUSSLEH. To Apalachicola and Carrabelle&O record clearly shows. All these appointments Masonic Temple @ Pensacola Fla.

ter and elf ctrical work. phone 600. HARRY W. GI B 15! \\'. :M. ; round trip $15. simply mean that the ap--

. Secretary. These fares include first-class IHjintees are respectable and representative -

::4 F.. Y// PEAKE, o.a. s T o n c-A.. cabin Further stateroom information and meal can be*. securedby I citizens of Florida, worthyof I TIME TABLE.

applying at the company's ottices such courtesies and considerationas
No. 30 Math 1'alafox trett Jef'r@ Ud: You Ha.e A'\3VSQ
. and all Kinds I f ea.u the in the, Thieseu building. may be extended: them at the
call l>ell*, Blgnatue ckt9 I i. LOUISVILLE RAILROAD.
uri-lie Have him do .ti'l to which they are ac
". d .. .( gatherings/= IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. llKil
your "'tH\\;:. tall phone 'JOS. CARPENTRY AND I credited. They are scarcely more -

f SEND YOUR ORDERSto ELECTRICAL WORKRing than letters of introduction, grantedto New Orleans and Mobile.

5 lOc suitable occasions _
Hot Rolls. at i m.. Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or proper persons on
doz. at Solomon's. electrical work. Repair work a in accordance with a custom I Wo.6 t'o.4. So.!. I No.1. No.1. No.1.
a .
j,, 1:15a nl m 11:05 P Lt>a'l'ePl'DlI\cola.Arrtve IIOOa .:l.Vlp 8:00p
1 =- specialty.You I up Pearl & Dolive, phone 660, of many years, believed to hare I. 8f) a :2:27p: ir4 a Leavel'1omaton.... Leave 2:1a: 2BO p ?:25: II
if YOU have any carpenter or electrical has certainly been I 1100. .:2:1: p 2M a I Lt-ave.._ Mobile __ Leave i2ssn'i 12:16 n 1:00 II
DR. F. E. BRUCE originated-as it i '''_'''M'_ I!':25p 1:110 a Lssve..NPw (Orlt'ID8. Lf'a'l' $:(uip, 7d5 a
work you want well done. :::::.=.
want a good riano tuner to I -- -. continued-in the belief that the persons -,

j Has returned and resumed practicf: stay in Pensacola:: still you hold I thus honored will thereby be I North.

West Government St., bick your order. Heud it in. I have I BUY THE placed! in position fi better advancethe I
Office 2"Jlj:
:; Sali-sbury Building. had 20 years' experience and have interests of the state. I I lIlJ6pm No. 2. I' ":15p No. I.m Leave.... Pen.aeoIs.Arre oopm No. I lIooam No. I.

worked in several pituo factories. Governor Jennings' appointment of SIlam: I si1pm ArrlY8.. IOntIQm"rYI.eaY8 lIllam: 8:85pmU
'ro1ophcI.lo: 14cJ.I E I : am 94 pm ArrlY8_ Hlrmlnlbam _Leave :asam .;,,16 mI
Orders Mt at Johnson's bouk store iN I Mr. Weir and, several others as commissioners 1o: pm 8IOa m ArrlY41_ altlvlll"Leave -..._ .:.. .p
will be attended to.CHAS.. the St. Louis Exposition -I 2J.t: am 8:13 a m Arrive ..LeDlnHle _Leave 1:15 p m 2.3 I III
FKENCH: SCHEDULE V,' PSE'SLJ.Y.CASTORIA. to 1Oam 11:5 a m ArrlveClnclnnatlLeue 6:1%) p in U15pm
I OI.NtRtIi can in no manner affect, handicap -! 1Oam: 1lpm Arrl'l'.Ht.Lool.Leaye, .:Ilpm: 8\Ipm::
Following i3 the schedule cf the' SEWING_MACHINE or embarrass the action of thelegislature PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

steamer General 1 French towards securing proper
government Do not be deceiveil l.y tlio'e who n the I |
THE NEWS prints for representation for Florida in that
which "e a ?I/.tl< ) K-w lug Machine fur 1---
benefit of the merchants who ship For Xniaati and CUldrea. $20.00.: Thwkind of a machine can great undertaking. It has nothing to HAS pm TOO a m Leave_... PeDBaoola.-Arrln 10:50 Pili 8:11I) p ID
to the > arioua army 12:15 DJg&t1S 7:18": Bohemia. 10:11" ': 8"
their goods lie iKHislit from moraiiy of our do with it. 12.:10": 7:18": Ynleirrt.Mnlat It iou II 8:01"
rests: The Kind You Hue Always! Doug duakrs fromlj.00to $1 S.OO. : : '1:18" .......Escamhla.._ 10:12": 6:51.
Le ves rYnsucol __ ___ _. 1:00 &. m. ... 1S6" 1:26" II ___ OJ 10:21 OJ 6t6.:
.t'avt'l& r.arran 'as.... ._.___ 1:00&. in.L.s&Tes Bears WC MAKE A VARIETY What's in Name 11:119" 1:I'S 'o ___ Harp ___ S. 10:21 N 6.0'
1'Icltt'ul. ... _____ !!;tllJ &. m. thOlgzAtare: THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. a K-50: 1:811: : _G,1t, City_ I. 10:16 N 6:2'7"
IIl\rrI\O\'l\t. .._ ._.._ 1\:15&. m. the when It UIIH" 111I" __ Mil ton 10:10" 6.0":
In name
Is t'.n"ol.. __....__ ._1OI5&: m. The Feed determines the Everything 1:80 $ mSO S. _Good _. U 4a6 "
L.Arrive Burrancai 11:10 a. m. and thenmake strength or comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. 1:116" 1:16" __. HolttJLUllllgaa __ .. IM" 1:11II"
a trip to Fort McKe and then returns \reaknr-d of ie\\iiiR Machines. The 2 IS 810tM: __ 11:10 ." .:11"
to I\l\rraD..1\5. Double .'('t'" ( .ml'izi&'iL with other DeWitt & Co., of Chicago discovered, 2:118" ..' ___.CrettTlew. 1:1' .:00"
beui-.s Barrancas ....- iTh P- m. Fort Barrancas, Fla.. March 9, ftronjiwint makes the New home to make a salve 1:00" IM": ......DeerLan4 N 8:56 to .:It"
L'.'MflCkirni- ._... _... ___ V i::!: p. m. IC11-: .-Sealed proposals in triplicate some years ago how 1:21 to 8:18" MOllY HeadDeranlakHprtnii._ to It 1:18"
Leave* Feunaeola._. __ .__ 4::10 PLeaves m. will be received until 11 a. m. March the best sewing: ilachiue to buy. from Witch Hazel that Is a specificfor ':01" 8:1": .. OJ 8:18" 2:eI U
Vti'tn .-..___ 8:15 p.m. I 1:18" 8:" __._ Argyle ._ to 1:.. 2:11"
Arrive barrancas :SW! p. m. and makei :2b: 13">3. for constructing five cisterns W iiite r 1oi CIRCULARS Show1n the difr'Tent Piles. For blind bleeding, Itching 1.0 0 l:6f I .. ....Ponce de LeoL-'o f:28" 1:11"
8t-vlw or' .
tl .
trip to MeRe and return. Fort Pickens, Fla. t. S. reserves fcewingMachinfs Piles, eczema. 6:00". 10:10 I ___WeitvllleCaryrllle.__ S 1:11" 1t.6"
Ou Wednesdays and Saturdays the right to reject or accept any or all I we nunuCactureand prices before and protruding 1\Jt. 10:16' .to. __ 1:12" ie' ''
diseases 1.11I" 10 $) ......... 1
boat will leave Barrancas: : via Pick- proposals or any part thereof. Information cuts, burns bruises and all skin 1:00" 10:4T11KJT: __.Boalfay.Chlpley_ .. 1:66'1aT" IJT"1lIt":
for Pensacola: : at 6:30 p. m. furnished Envelopes DeWitt's Salve has no equal. "
enc on application. HEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO. 6:90T40 _Cottondale.Marianna 1:18": 12JII! nook
Tbe General French is for army containing proposals shouldbe I I This has given rise to numerous fOO" 1I6" I. 8:00 to UU"
only and any outsider mutban marked : for Cisterns I ORANCC. MASS. worthless counterfeits. Ask for De- OJ. lIt ".. _CypressGrand o. 6:38" 1It6 ft m
"Proposals: ,
purposes >l"nlon'q.X.Y,Chlc.\go.III.AUant.1,G.x, 1.0" 111\2" Ridge_ to 6:12" 11:22"
a pass from the quartermaster: addressed E. COLE. Q. M. | eu LoulsMo., DalIas,Tu.Han .Yrancisco 1J' WItt's-the genuine. Hargis Pharmacy fM" 1JD6 noon _.._ Mnewli __ to 6:21" I 101M'..
J take passage 01 her. j I March 17, IS, 19, 20, ::6, 27. i FOR SALE BY John Sheppard Sidney Kahn. 1:16' 12:16 to ArriTe.BivMl'ancUoo 6:10 laJi


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(Dem.) *ays: "The passage, by the t

Mariti me. house of delegates of the pure elections Doctoring Free.
[ \ '* hishey Without a Headache An Education bill by a vote of 7. to 5 was a ':. ..I,:

triumph for white man's governmentand ,1. i
Without Strainupon The Red Cross Doctors Are Doing iW' _
Arrived. Virginia democracy. It is an ;

:L. -. Mary A. Troop. Br bk. illS, Walley, inspiration to honest men and a This to Introduce Themselves. C 1 ig :
the family Thereis t'f
Santos to>> order. purse.
warning to tricksters and corrup->> It
Three Month's Services Are Given
i Dona ChrIstina. Am sch, 165, Axel- a way for the father of the tionists. It means that 'elections in i
p -- WJL-lI I
son, Coatzacoaloos to order.. family to prepare for the edu. Virginia must be not only pare an
cation of the children, and at I honest, but absolutely above suspic- 111 West Chase Street, Be,1:1:\

VESSELS IN PORT. the same time the I ion. It means that noting shall be
protect tween Now and March 21. 'j;,
free and that ballots shall be honesty ;
'/ ; 1 family in the event of his death. t.i: ;

SteamShips.Aureola received honestly counted and A staff of eminent physicians and surgeons JI

': Br ss, Christopherson 1508, Our books, Five Per Cent. hOlestIretnrnt'd.. It means that in have at from tile the one Kwl it Cross frolvmauon MtHJicnl of Institute a large Vil It f mJ

HI Boston to Pensacola Lumber Co Twenty-Year Bonds"and"A Virginia no money shall be used to i numberofpatenionde.tbeircarpinihs .
country. eMubluhtfl a permanent branch I-'I ., ,
f i ';11"I : i !_ I. ( F Dora, Br ss, Goulding 1983, New Banker's Will," sent on nfluence voters and that no candidate of the Institute In thiseity at i''

; ol':. 4 ; :: ': 1 'fr. / York to Gulf Transit Co request, contain informationthat shall buy his way to office. It 11 t West Chase Street.The 1 !

I\ c'3 Ger ss Ganna, 1005) Berg Havanato means that the poor man shall
be1 I
f i
may helpful and will eminent gentlemen: hare decided to 1.1 :
,II.. t. i, W. L. Wittich &: Co. as free to run for office and as able Kprviirto .entirely free for three ,:

si.It': i:: : Durango Span "ES. Quintana. 2297:! certainly be interesting to any to run for office as the rich man. It who month eel(upou medicine them excepted for treatment I to all invalids ill ..ftl

:New Haven to Sutherland-Innes Co parent. means that the white men of the t' j

.I"17v7'I ht;. ? :j Induna Br ss, Carruthers, 2871, This Company rank state shail ride: that all voters shall 'I Btra! Now and March 21. i j- {

first-In Assets. be free to their choice: of These service consist not only of ron- .
;I :; : J Philadelphia to F. O. Howe & Co. first-In Amount Paid Pclicv-hclders.. express : ultanoa,examination and advice, but alto .f f \

\ 2 P. _ Ital ss Italia, 1811 Caldrone. Norfolk : first-la Age. men and measures at the polls and" of nnn"rsuriz'cal! operations J \";;

\ ?-;__ : 4-4Ar to Gulf Transit Co. THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE that the majority shall: control. It I H Tile to become object rap.div in pursumz and;per.nally this course ACquaintrd '

II, 'I a Nith Br BS, Sturenhen, 14S9, means political emancipation in wild the sick andalllcted.and unOcr -
t COMPANY NEW YORK no conditions will any ebare whatever
.9 Kingston to Rix M. Robinson OF Virginia freedom from the fear: of be maile for any service. rendenM for three
..., -- -=- -- mouths to all who rail before Mircb 2Ul.Taedoctcr .
JTiiiE Vivina Span ss, Ruiz, 19S3 Santiago RICHARD A. McCcRDY, President. negro domination anil deliverance: treat all [onus of ilixase and
7.f =
:: to Gulf Transit Co from the curse of reconstruction. deformities. Rod guarantee euro in everyctietbetr
':- : COPYRIGHT.iKOJilK3iTneDistiilerOwensDoro.Kentuchy. Nassau, Cedar, William & Liberty ur.l-rtake. At the first Intpr'I..w" j
Heelsum Dutch ss. Hagenaa, 874, God be pra;!>t'I.i \ thorough i-iH.iiiiiitlor. is made.and.
Streets NEW YORK, NT. Y. If Incuralile j cu are Iranily. and kindly told -.
I I ; Havana to H. Baars & Co MI; !- \ ..,11".aln.tnul..g money for

:North Sea. Br ss, Stephens, lOSS, CKClli WlI.IiCOY )lana l'r, Upts-date; people read The News.If I u-eles treatment.Mile .
Jacksonville, Fla. anJ female w'aka'ss. catarrh and
Havana to Pensacola Lumber Co catarrbal deafotBlo Mfirnvele. rnp-
T.C. Ycu Wanta ture. eoltre. cancer and alt 'licenses of tliH
I.. BEAR & CO., DISTILLERY DISTRIBUTORS PENSACOLA, FLA. Irmard Horn. Ocr FS, Moller, !928} CO, D'stnctPensacola. Manag ) rectum are positively' cnnd by their new .
I Fla. Kitho-it tr.atnirnt.Their .
perfect cream preserved
__ St George, to II. Baars & Co chief as or lilt I' nreeon of the Inst!.
u sugar, order BorJen's Peerless Brand mum \\'lIItJooin ppr'onulctmrgpnfflcrsVo.

0. Ships. SCarana. idea is wrought out with that high Evaporated Cream. It has a del'ght-!'! HI \VVt i iiaOflice hoar
Laxative Rromo!: !!! Quinine77/ on Ital ship.Cosia, 14SS, Cape 1 9 a. ni, to 7 p. in. Sunday lt a. in. 10 1 p.m. ,
i M I s /7 every literary merit \\hich dlstinsuuhes; !ill, natural flavor and is superior to ,
Cures a Cold L"One Day, Grip in 2 Days \Sf-JtZryW ., box. 25c Town to 11. Baars & Co. I Mr. Story'swork.. he richest cream .i can buy.
Kings County, Br ship, 20C1! Salter,
The poems are all of more than ordinary with the added assuronc': of being ;e; PARKER'S -
I Rio Janeiro to order I i
worth. and the humor of tin sterilized. Prepared by Corden's Condensed 4 q; HAIR BALSAM I
Am ship Kennobeck, 193C: Lane, C'i.i and b<*'.:.. .-. tii. lirruciiviri :?
D. HALE WILSON number both prose: and verse is ex Milk Co. m Irzon&ct rruwth.N.ver .
Boston to John A. :Merntt: & Co. FLU \o lit.Iure Or*,
celient and varied. .ty-i Ilur .to \ouibful. Co'or.!
,. .. ......
Uohne, Br ship, Milheap, 1C1S, Cal Try The News' WANT COLUMN. eu. ....Ip. '1 ",h r 1.tI1.ui.nd -
A careful examination of the April 81"01 "r: "'

Real Estate and Rental cutta, to F. 0. Howe & Co b ( ______ _n .
Agent Smart Set pnncs it be ono of the '
Indus Ital ship Oneta, 1111, Marseilles ('
best! numbers jet issued by this mas :
to Rososco Bros. Doors and -
; .
134 South I'alafox Street azine. f
I Oddere, Xor ship. Sars. 12CO:: : Durban

TELEPHCM 10. 243. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA I to F. O. Howe & Co CURRENT COMMENT. \ Window Screens it t tI

I Saga. Nor ship, Hina 1224, :Montevideo : ,
The Philadelphia Record (Dent t I '
-- \
I to master says: "The senate has: almost uniformly i. \\\ HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF 1/-;/ ',
Barks. '
Classified Adverl ise11ellts. asserted its right to ratifya _; THE PROTiCTIOX AND :,
I Advokat Schlander, Nor bk, JIadsen "k f

,-, Algoa Bay to order reciprocity treaty without the approval COMFORT: THEY AFFORD? "II'.i J
.1- of the house. but in some:
I Aviemore, Nor bk, Hansen, 1043, -
ONE CENT A WORD. Rio Janeiro to order cases the text of the treaty providesfor pi I Get Prices Now. ,1i'I

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the action of the house and
Ital bK Aniellma. 8":). Maniace, Mar : "

STOLEN.- \ For Itent--- sei"es: to H. Baars &: Co. I \\hen such a stipulation: is includedit U. G. Milva & Co. i'i'Tolophono il'lI
FUn HKNT-In opera houre bnildtrIg' has never been disputed. The : i'I
Orange and white Carlo P. Ital bk, Boffe, 1C73 Montevideo I
pointer lloor, aLd
; 011 ground one store action of the senate committee in i--

about! ;33; pounds; Answers othcejonrejona; iljor, three offices. to orderChristiane amending the Cuban reciprocity v- 11. [ !. :

feb20iih ) Ilus bk Johans, Algoa/
tif Hla.! My name on collar.
tv-d. All :\ttELI LU1'UI.Leu rvU1ll:. \\ baiiil. Bay to Southern States Lumber Co treaty by inserting a clause requiring Fl

harboring persons her.are Reward warn $ .;tj and JJ.uO week; with good Greg::>ria, Ital bk, Olivari, S47, Ten- the departure assent of from the house usace is, a and decided The Star Laundry !{t, : A

:or return of dog and board $:;,(11) week; central location eriff to order ,
will, if approved by the senate establish -
,I reward for evidence 20! South Spring=: street bet wl"t'n" Lady Pcnrhyn, Nor bk. Andersen,

('r thiff. \Vest Romana and Garden streets. 77o Savannah to order i i an important precedent. It Biggest, Busiest, Best :
that the seU3.te'ie1 1sI
is not often <
i.I:.';\fn FOnnE3. Transcicnt solicited. ml'J-lm. Madonna de Pompeii Ital bk, '
I I of its prerogatives to the
any .
Sturle. 701, Havana to H. Baars & -
l '411 > IP. WANTED. i I house but it will do so if it shall

c-f- -Keys. Owner-- AXTCD-GouII nurse. immediatelyat -- \ j Co.Thomas. Ital bk, Lauro, SO,. Naples I' approve:: the action: of the committee WSpeikfO 4:: ,

V calling: at this on foreign affairs. Prj'jably: opposition fL
,,;erty and pay- :ni West Chase. mlCtf. to master I
to the treaty had more to .
MTtfLOST. J. H. )JIarstera: Br bk, Frank 591 ,
I do with the action of the committee
WANTED 5 YOUNG MEN from Belize to L. N. Railroad Co. ; r !
1 Thllrne\'es! ;
E-icainbia County at once to pr-- Barkentines. than regard for the constitutional i \ I .J : '
i 7. I'uppy/ lemon pare for Poitious in ths Quvernment rights (If the house had.:: "
Grable. Dan Iktn, 1SS, Cardiff
H. C. .
n,','i I spot on left Service. Apply to The Richmond Times-Dispatch We let the Shirts Collars ,
Inter lost to J 1. Ltaars & Co .
-State: Corres. ,
\ :'lame at "Sport," and Cuffs we Launder speak for '
Cedar I'. la. -- '
:1puJ 'I Schooners.Mabel
More Riots. talk louder
jn oi West Hill d. w 1 Uiw.xr Br sch. Sweeting, them.elve" They will I /
,': ,! rt'cono reward. -- -- -------- Darling I Disturbances of strikers: are not .S.IL we can. \Ve want to be judged (,

PjD: -;Several peronsof char Dunmore Town to master !I nearly as grave as an individual disorder oe oy the work we do than by j
: -llt\\U 1 >.-Dark bay acter and gooJ reputation III each Governor Blake Br sch. -. Grand I of the system. Overwork, loss I ; f
I what! ; we av. 1'
\ i I. .: ',-. Alwut thirteen state (one III this county required) Cajman, to Jno. A. Merritt & Co J lof sleep, nervous tension will be followed ii

: <;l"ic about throe to repre-ent and advertise old f"- by utter collapse, unless a reliable 'J

tabhihed. wealthy business hou..e remedy is immdiately employed. :
i.trs awl fifty cent: of solid financial standing. Salary Recovered Speech; and Hearing. There's nothing so efficient to ALL WHH2 c. o. D. Mi Csllfii fsr ani DuliI.LEFHO2E rltc. \:

: r' "irn to |21 tnj weekly with exp..n-es addItional Messrs. Ely! Bros.:-1 commenced i' cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys '

: ''io\V.V: IilIvicw.I" and all Jjyable in cu..h Cream Balm abo-it two as Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful 114. 27 GARDEN ST. lil';
direct each Wednesday from head using: jour i tonic and effective nervine .-

cilices. Horse und carriage fur- years! aero for catarrh. My voice was 'and the greatest all around medicine WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager j 1

'"' I -.. -i: .i. cuvaed.backed I in-hed. when nt-cp-siry. Rei ertonc. somewhat thick and my hearing was i for run down systems. It dispels* _''a__.. ___...._._ -- _'- .f
-.. :Enclose self-addresed en- Uheumatism anI ------- '
hearing has been fully restored Nervousness : .
: :I. 0 ;i. punt;liiungnauiP* dull. My .1 1.-

:'.' --, ., written in indelible: velope. Colonial. Co., Caxton and my speech has become quite Neuraleia: and expels Malaria germs. J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT. a 'i: t
IJid .. lica ... 9f441z.IAtkludsofeIiipty
CAN satisfaction -
!! wW. Only 50c and guaranteed ..
: l. jt'\\, rJ fur the town.
; i rn- clear. I am a teacher in our t' "
(I I'' by W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist,
: ,
t.I"; .ill. ". U. II. or E beer L. G. nnowx.I .
I,' ., 121! S. Palafox street. VAN PELT BROTHERS : fj
> "r J. E. CleUiHiH. No.I hottlc r'. A. Kriwlnian. nU-tf I Grander, Ohio. ,I 'f
irr.g The balm does not irritate or causpItneezmg. I .}

.' i i ii'ii .l,, answers- -11i Splemiil!lradears chance for men of apprenticeshipfeaed to learn :barber Sold by druggists at 50 II I 3 :udfin's, the !{Best fir: or.i GARDEN STREET GROCERS, r ::. I.: ,
Bros., DC War- "'
i jets. or mailed by Ely !ls'
: :.' Scar on I left hindi by our method of steady pric- I iron street :New York. I Have: Received :Since; the Holidays! a Fresh Line of ; .k7 .

"', \\iiiain.11- !n'tur:,.J2T.<1 to Nonh res- tire vas. anti positions gi\en.instruction.Catalogue board! and Tools mailed Saturday, diplomas free I THE APRIL SMART SET. ITA ;I. i t11 Un' & b, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, ;1 I ,t.hI '

Mnler College New Orleans: La.M4t Justus :Miles: \ Forman's story "Kcr
: and all thz Dcicacacis! of the Season. tlf
Fruits Nuts
I salec" with which the April Smart INSURANCE I Ii :
EXCHANGE- -Auy one wanting a I. Set oens, is a novelette both strong i i ANt Our Goods are Arriving Daily and yon can Always Rely on Getting the 1'S{

MONEY TO LOANI -uniuier can exchanjre home property in the mouutains'l'I! and cli<;tlncti\"t:!. In it a quaint old !! REAL ESTATE, Best, Freshest and Cheapest. t.I'I )- .

or South Georgia for I liruii icwnd is made theth'me.1 No.I South Palafox Street.

I) : terms and Asheville, N. C. \ beautiful, I
If ..," '.... up to JlO.WiOorle-s' Otis A. Miller, I around hich is woven a I VAN PELT BROTHERS i 1i
1 tale full of exquisite romance.'iersa'ec'is irahle
.1. \V. r.ULLAHD. :balitburv Block, Peiiacola. I love I Partial List of De= Dwelling. ,

., 11" 1'alifox : 14flni written with allIr.. i I for Rent in Various Parts i
lp.Sturl.J. I I of the City: TELEPHONE: NO. 231 .' jt .< 21 EAST GARDEN ST.
A. WII.4)N.M.flWF.MUEY -- -- Forman's charm and is a notable con !
- 1'Olt J vAl..U. $,', -2s-'tory LOUM, containing I'.' rooms I M'f
____ I[ tnbution to the remarkable series of I II | ml niodpru c.n\'Olf.'nct'S. b.itli uoi -- f
TO LOAN FOR SALE-The 1I(1-t desirable I j I novelettes that have appeared:: in The i I 1 upper n.rrjttril Rnd Rna lower s-hrui't floors.cry,corner stsMf. out-lot I '

lots in th> city on eav terms, by i Set. I IlOu..... etc.. No. Tit Last l.aKua
.:', Id hnrsts. wioH, the ]/:.,u"Ileal F>tute A;{eticy, i I :Smart I Urt-H. : ROYAL STAKDARD WllISKEY :' : tj
0 i all tho'r klll'Ii Of I :>04i5 '. U Palafov. 1llm. I I The short stories of the April num , U5 ri>oni boArding), known hou as the p, containing I'c-nce de / : : ;

<'m. Un-iiie,."> pri-I -- i her surpass even the high standard I J,"on house >o. flu K*.t Jntentleucmetrrtt. .-s j

er' cy trr": -I ,1C .., -1) of fiction which this magazine has :, nsod'rn d"lIloai 8 Yc&ts Old! i ia: Cass cf 4 Full Qsaris! at S3.29 per cast ;ji 1':!
:. f.i'J.OO-l\ deIraLi" 2-'tory
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: t' I city un A <' rner on the street c r
lover i;)'.i n":-ili-r in Hair Goods. lent. and it is difficult: to select ; but : line.No.';:S;:North arceloni strt, '- riIIS WHIrI: EYi di"tilledlltthe Nelson Co. :l1r !t
)1"\1 i \ I 10 :..>\N-\\: n. Mwi- H.itI lIitT / rtiel -s, Hair Oil conspicuous {: .U-l.arge: 2-s.tory d l'lIlClt. h' roomsJroutlnifeUlleScjuare. JL
j among those of most No.SW: E.isl Ky., Ii-tilery!! and i 14 fully matured in wood :
\\ :X .,: fllt :::14'V: t'. .tc.. :taWt st tjovernirpnttreet.. "Two Women Grinding Coo\.rU1lt"nt street.JSU.UOOimforlaMe. :, before bottling itisab-olutelypureand I: not f11 1
I .. --- i inu-nt are:
: ': I' i-omblf: rate of i'itstii : nl'story modern celitd in quality by any Whhkt'Y of the same ;
:, :" : : -ecanty. Oilice 11-:: ...aJ0",1 lloarfllnt; I (u"..<-. I the Mill! by Emery Pottel, a studyof Onelhr{. \i rroms.very desirable TlI matter where The Royal ex'm :
; :- two of the cltv. situated O1 North no : produced. fr!
: :11 T HrIr..n 1 trei-t. women's hearts; "Little Lone l> old when bottled and ;
HOARDING: HOUSE at Wheeler Bavlen bitneen Hirong and e>otostrtein. v M eight years considering LIh:1 :
-lUU': ; |u IUldN1)__ t'pnu s, Mary Esther, Fla.. Mrs. Loon" by G. B Burpm, as graceful; as : I5.On-2-story.dwelling in rood order wilt its excellent qunlity. i H the cheapest whiskey In ,.....;.fi
: on unprovedft the market at that price. As a beverage, and as '1
1 Condon, proprietress. All the ''it is powerful; "'t New York Court 'H rooms. three doors from the b -illiLe 'aLan
"tu. in hLre or smallaU"un I bas RIS and water throughout.No .ab- lutely pure stimulant, there is none better !
at low rate of interest.l comforts oi home at verrpa ou.l ship( ," by Gertrude Lynch. a bit ofanalsitlg ZlU.Ni.rib barcelona t It.t't. I !Shipped in cases containing no marks whatever to &t'I
tourists will 1
.t1l l ble rates. Northern C.X-Iotory! dwelling room city waterbnib
IoU Ln-iie E. Itrooks. 'alismYh 'n aI'rr I
r indicate content If purchaser, examining I
at Cud this an ideal place to spend a tax, vita large! corner Iot.:'-o fnl 1
bnlittt:"w.M4'. It s. Palafox. Ht., Fisher !,nrl Ion oftheesqn. 12nlm1U&MOVA.L. ;I )IaidenIarrl's," by Alfred Smro aI I 4,..! Vve>.t VrUtu street. the whiskey, i* not Fati-fied with the quality he '
3mlrnMt $15.70--I-story owclline.'trooiin. newly pikptred return the at oar and
-p can tame expense money
.. I subtle analysis of the nwo-ls of a and painted thruu bout, on 'Jf1!
).\}:y H-l)AY-Do teedm'n'.v' htlt lint. No.avta'tOregary; : il rfH. will be refunded. I
you -- girl and her mother; "Three Years 115.00lstory dvel'lnir.citv ateramt bath, All orders should hI accompanied by cither \ 1 '4J
YOU borrow B. L. DIAMOND: the tailor. has removed -
any After," by Owen Oliver a psychological 7 rooms half I lock of ground with r ZIGIITYEAUCLD currency, postoffice mnneyorder, bank draft or express 1\, ,I'i
y"u want today ou ea-te:: >st tc IPVPlt Government bl'alltllul shade tree, No.; 7W East -b *
tl'nland lowest ratpg anywhereUbtlllllIt.I" street, opposite Express cffice, :' 1 story, written with profound in Cervantes ttrl' t. '-;(' ? money order. We refer to First National i', .J

on improved city real where he is prepared to clean, repair -: sight; "The Chime" by Kate .\Ia ter. 115D-l-: ry->toryd street,5 tlllnK.yo rooms. newly 15: East papered Grego ana 1ftJd Bant atjr merchant in Peceacuia,

ftI'o'fr.'m'm.. Fisher, 20412Street. rt. and press ladies' and irentleni sketch of'sentiment I painted.til. ; f
I>.d-.f'J: II1tlIF rnen' hHlor .><|ps"'t l. lfi3m | son. a charming .")-:No.eU' ta.t: Helmont street. 5-room i iI ; : A. FRIEDMAN ;
"At Frightful Hazard: by Cecil cottfttt., city wbter, newly p luted. .
y O\' : J.t"t e 1 hUU".Ul... I In perti-ct order. ,
want to I jn" .
brrowrnonsy oruinal ,
Charles a singularly : story flfA'Io.. loll North Alcanii trhet. a newbouse _
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Vt-t n;"ny.. insure jour property I H. ALFMAN, umbrella maker, 315 woman's wiles and "A Man of in E'od order with 5 rooms. ', SOLS PROPRIETOR, I'EXSACOLA.FLA. j'
ITI' oar.' uh'tr'! \'B of title, buy or I I of ; I t1O.tJV-No. aIL Eaot Helmont street city ; :
South Palafox: street. Recovering Prince Valdi- water, a n"Rt 5 room cottaet pewly :: .
.d al by
r I jsorne
tate, rent property nIl 1 and repairing of umbrellas and Importance. I painted and reno\atea ihrjugaoutt / P O. BOX -tIM. TKLKPIIOMJ: IT9
at.y J '-t-fl tion, have rents coU parasols a -csahy. Silk covers [ mir Vaniatsk in which is given a 9.(_ '->(.. \110 EII.t LaKun street, a neatly flISKi'i
'"' et t I 4 room ct.tta"ln Rooa( con- .
or atend papTed
jour taXEs to, : in
wu :I always on hand. jan 3 faithful picture of a curious phase dttion. large l,,t. city *atr.. -
.Hi .r uddre-s, TlioC.. Watson 8.A PRIflMAN. L -
iiI ( t mailer owwlnngs, as welt ... .
Iz vo it..1 Krtate and Insurance Liss rnatiTiiciiiI.5'; ; ) up. Other social advancement.There ta A nutuberof.argf stores aud oQces tOtS nKXT. -- "r handle every cla of Liqncrs sold, In

.'L.,: -. l''IIFI..\. Charges I sewing as reasonable 26: South is, too an admirable essay C. WATSON & CO., .): Falk: ,-r l.ottl, wholesale (>T retail, at prices that I Its
I. J l"! .t!'. To who buys entitled. "God'sO'n ; "'Y do""n I W1 3
everyone Komana and Story
a '"' ir > will Spring betweenVes' by Douglas Leading Real Estate. Rental and Insurance -f. t
W.:., wuch iti u o we build( a house.lend money SJ-tl Garden streets. ml .lm Country." in which a beautiful Agents, I ao-ith i-aUtox Street.: AGENT FOH! TtlE: f AM3U5 TA3ST SCEfLIaUfVfitfltm i


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:- The Best is the SECRETARY THOS. G. WATSON'S ANNUAL REPORT LAST NIGHT. Regular F. tit A.communicationof !l.

Pensacola Lodge No. 42,
( Continued'from First Page.) A F. & A. M., at 7:30 p, m.,
1 Cheapest. Thursday March 19
t Work in tbe E. A. de
{ roads In various directions, and In doing so, have ample capital can control a large territory in various gree.Viititfngbrethren.
:, A poor cook may make nicely risen bread utilized the convicts as far as possible. It Is ,the branches of trade. ; are cordially In-
1.... with "GOOD LCCE"haling Powder, but the announced Intention of the City ,authorities shortlyto To the tourist or winter visitor there are many vited. VALUE[
i{ beet cook cannot make good bread with poor attractions which will serve to render his visit B. C. Tcxisox W. M.
I baking powder. "GOOD LICK not ouly place before the citizens a plan for improving our pleasant; for example, the :Navy Yard, with its T. H. FLEETWOOO, Sec.jffttdgiu's .
meets every rejulreim-ct fur the making of a city thoroughfares by giving us about four miles of Dry Dock, which was recently! purchased from the -
: perfect bread, botlswM at ILe lowentcYmMstect paved streets in the main avenues, and about 22 Spanish government, and towed from Havana
,_ prkq-W wents jr mead, "ctiv 3" miles of good clay ,and gravel composite roads over Cuba, to this station; its complete electrically the :Best for oc..

included. the residence portion of the city, as well as to provide equipped machinery for repairs to government vessels h ,_ ,
the city with a complete sewerage system, and ; the Artillery Post at Barrancas!, with several t
RibrnonoJ'Irflai.fe. build a City Hall In a convenient location, providedthe Companies of artillery stationed thereForts Pick. NOW OPEN!
I citizens will vote for the Issue of a sufficient number ens aad Macrae, wen fortified with 12-Inch disappearing On the top line; the price
of bonds to carry out such improvements, such guns and mortar batteries ; the Life Saving Iii 'IIi
....................... bond issue to be in accordance with the legislation Station, whkh maintains a crew for active ser
.1.1i i which was adopted by the State Legislature in 1901. vice ten months In the year, and the Light Houseat find at the bottom Just where it be-
I CLIMATE AND ATTRACTIONS FOR VISITORS. the mouth of the harbor, which has a revolving BOWLING UlH
SOCIAL ECHOES I The climate of Vest Florida Is salubrious and light of the first magnitude.
i I I free from malaria, and most healthful. Winters We cannot complete this report more effec- longs, as 'tis such an extreme., LOW
are comparatively mild and of short duration, while tively than by quoting a recent writer In the
NN.N.ONNN.NNN/N. the summers are not of such extreme heat as is "North and South," whica devoted an Issue to the NOl West Intetde cia Street. ONE, while the VALUE
Ensign Robert L. Derry gave a found in many Northern cities. We would refer you possibilities of Pensacola In which he says: stands ab0>e
to the statistics of our local Weather Bureau In sup- "In considering th; future of Pensacola it Is to Opposite Jas. McHu h's.
charming luncheon ;yesterday on the port of this statement. be borne In mind that the great coal and Iron fieldsof I all.
Kcarsarge to Miss Whitingllss Fruits and vegetables can be grown here either Alabama lie but 250 miles from tidewater with
Burgess and Miss Clarke of Mobile, for pleasure or profit. Peaches. pears' figs, watermelons Pensacola as the nearest port. These fields are
alias Dalsie Wright, and Mrs. Muir, and strawberries can be raised to perfection not only destined to supply the iron and steel fox Chris Thiesen Its a Ladies' Lace Shoe, hee'ed ad
who gracefully chaperoned the : while vegetables of all kinds will yield enor- the enormous development of the South, but, also
party I mous crops, and find a ready market at good prices. because of proximity, certain to become master: of ,
The Gulf and the fresh water courses tributaryto the great territory shortly to be opened in Central spring heeled, patent and leather tjs.
Miss Margaret Aik(n, who has been the Bay of Pensacola afford splendid sport for the and South America through the Isthmian Canal. If CORNER
visiting relatives in this city, returnedto fisherman, and the hunter can find plenty of game to the Southward, as now appears logical, is to be I,I IUHENDENCIA
her home Winnsboro.. S. C., yesterday within easy distance by rail or water during the the next tremendous growth of commerce, then AND BAYLEN STS, real dressy toes and then t'! s l'1c
open season, which is regulated by law. will Pensacola indubitably share marvellously therein -
on the noon train. Miss Aiken One Block West of Palafox.
Pensacola offers many opportunities for the and her great harbor and splendid docks and
has many friends! here who regret her I capitalist! or the practical! business man. The water terminals throb with such activity as will make KEEPS THE FINEST Common Sense styles in f'e'e; <
departure.Mr. supply is not only abundant, but absolutely pure. her an important rival for First Place on the BRANDS OF
Mechanics can work out of doors without discomfort Gulf."
nearly the whole year. Lumber is abundant and Respectfully submitted are
Lewis Willis! who !has been here cheap.: Shipbuilding! can be. promoted here with THOS. C. WATSON
1 several day with his family, left this i considerable profit. Wholesale merchants with Secretary. r PUREST I I lI lIi LIQUORS

morning for East Florida. It l is hoped I -- '

that he will hate time to repeatthis cel'ent: music was furnished: for the I

plcaure'ery soon. pleasure of all, especially those who II
danced. ..evwr..o. I i rOil 5DIFFERENT

On Thursday evening of last week The captain's and officers rooms !I
was given one of the most artistic din were beautifully decorated with mag-- Familyor flIedicina1 Use el

ners of this season by )Ir. and :\Irs.J. nificent pink carnations, their beauty; ..... rrtto ..........+.+.*.!

Storm McCaughy complimentingtheir t FOB
enhanced by the delicate ferns and

friend Paymaster Auther F. smilax used with them. Very many; :@), atrr'Nuu ) .

Iluntington of the Iowa. The gueststo guests enjoyed the hospitality of these i a > 'UiteI '' ,iI The Sailor or Lan man. STYLES

meet hiL. w're1I5s Wise Miss genial officers and the reception of the

Aiken, Miss McGaughy, Miss Sullivan, Indiana will be memorable among the

Miss Mary Aiken, Mr. W. M. :\lcC'lel.lan of this of unlimited

and, Mr.Mr. F.Wise A. toss, Mr. R. N. Turner, pleasures.A pleasures. season I ssew (Orleans Grocery, German Swedish Kummel Punch and, DanisH other Aquaril brandsof ,

imported Wines and Liquors.
The parlor and library were handsomely very pleasant party was entertained ..AT...
decorated with potted plants aboard the Illinois on Tuesday. JAMES McHTJGH, Prop Here only you will find the N. C.

and yellow: jasmine.In Truely the officers of the squadronare Bowen, Kentucky Whiskey, !i years f

the dinning room the color doing much for the pleasure of old

scheme of pink and white:, was most the Pensacolians and their COFFEES
many Valhalla
Branch, corner Garden
artistically carted out the floral decorations : charming
guests street and 10th a'enne.VellesKanll SI.00
being pink ami white carna- ) -

tions, which gracefully ornamentedthe There will be a called meeting of

mantel table and buffet. The round dining the Daughters of the King, Friday; afternoon i BLENDED TEAS I \ / Company
was covered with handsome
March moth< at Christ's r i ,
t Renaissance lace pieces over: pink. church directlyafter the services. A I i | WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL

The centerpiece was a handsome cut full attendance is urgently requested, OUR SPECIALTIES. PAIR.Meyer .
glass bowl of i : i; GROCERS.Headquarters .
pink and white carr.a I as important matters are to bo dis --'- '- I _
tions and ferns. Rich silver randel- cussed. a y I I'-I: :. I for

ham with pink candies: and shades, I The invitations to the club reception I

. sh d a soft light ov.'r the table with i. are very handsome and read: -1 WQ / I i Fancy and Staple Groceries.ALL -

its levant appointments of silver You are cordially invited to be presentat : I 77C0 I
J and cut glass; twined among them the Receptionto KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE .
was delicate smilax and scattered be given in honor of W
daintily over the table were pink rose : WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERSFOR
Admiral Francis J. Higginsonand r
leaves, ;yet not so ranch as a "crumpled I I z tW : CELEBRATEDCafe WEST FLORIDA FOR THE Shoe CoFeet

rose loaf" marred the pleasure of Officers of the North Atlantic Squadron : :
this beautiful du Mode Coffee
affair at the Osceola Club on Sweet Home
. Cut glass! dishes held pink and C i Molasses mini and Climax Flour,
Thursday -e\ening, March the Nineteenth o TI Baylels Delicatessen, GermanAmerican
white bun I lions, and silver dishes the : -
nine o'clock. : Food
at Company's Canned Meats, 1'urnif.heri for Cash Oulj
salted almonds. The twelve places Pensacola: Florida. Etc., Etc.

were marked by a single large carnation They are engraved on heapaper; i fr7j i ..-

ti".l with a bow of pink ribbon I wih the club monogram dyne in blue CJ) Lumber
on which was painted the name of the : c !x3 scantling, ?;3 per thousand. 102 South Palafox St.
I iat center top of the page.; They are Z 3x3 scantling. JO per thousand.
K'lest. The elegant menu was servedin i the artistic work of J. P. Stevens of fn Other items in proportion. Call and
, dainty pink and white china, which Atlanta. : -i see us.MClmo.. I
,raplmsized' the deicate effect.: -I sa BECKMAN LUMBER CO. I I

The very pretty wedding of Miss i ; t Z --- -, --- --- -. --
The reception of Captain William Cohen and1 Alexander .
Daisye r. j
II. Emory and the ofr.ctT.-i of the Indiana -
I Rose-nan was celebrated last night at W'IVrNr"rVr' 'ar.V'r.V.rl lryr
aboard ship, yesterday atternoin. I Temple Iuth-El. Rabbi Samuel: Koch i HIGH GRADE GROCERIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL i

i ship was was aOr decorated;)' delightful with flags affair.and The ov ;; officiating.llrrvciing The gown bride; of was white very organdie lovelyin :: i i .;1.f. Feed Stuffs of All Kinds. .I.f. THE NEW STORE i iWHO'S

. over taffeta: and white veil carrying PHONE 105. i
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white carnations and ferns. Th't I ::
FOOD LESSONS. I wedding party were the ushers, Mr. .. ........... ..................................: ?

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What Proper Feed Will Dc.
: I Jacoby. and Mr. Philip Kline the STAFF CAPTAIN WIDGERY It Saved His Leg.P. $ *

hIt was but a few months ago! thatI 1 i groom and best man Mr. I. Hirshman, COMING TO THIS CITY A. Danforth' of LaGrange Ga., .

learned how to fled myself right'' I i Mr. Cohen the father of the bride in suffered for six months with a fright.

said a ruan from XV.nhin:;ton. 111.. }I full evening: dress. There will be special services at ful running sore on his leg; but YOUR TAILOR ? I

.1 "Then: I was but a part of what I am I The bride with her dainty maid of the Salvation Army on Saturday, Sunday writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve
j now. 1 was greatly trundled with honor Miss Lillian Jacoby gowned in wholly cured It In flva days. For Na
and Monday evenings, March 21,
1 my stomach my muscles were weak I soft while with carnations and ferns. Ulcers, Wounds, Piles It's the best We invite you to come in and see the elegant line of Suitings ..?
L and llaltdy, and I was completely' The decorations: wt'rall in green 22 and 23. These services will be personally salve In the world. Core gauranteed. we are showing for Spring and Summer wear. -pOur

tired out, ffint tnd dizzy after a day's'j' and white making a most, lovely pici conducted by Staff Captain berte Only 25 cts. Sold by W. A. D'Alem- Flannels and Wool Crashes are exclusively in pattern, and :;
druggist, South Palafox
, work. I j jI i t nrl'. Widgery. of Atlanta, Ga. The staff street. all garments made by ED. V. PRICE & CO. for us are guaran- ..:

" commenced using Orajio-Nuts and I j I A reception followed at the Progress captain has had vast experience in t teed to fit you or no sale. Their representative will be with us ..:
in a short time noticed a marked Salvation Army warfare, both in Eu- BAR PILOTS WILL
| club to the charming young couple.
change. The food gave yl the ] rope and the West Indies. He has al- HOLD MEETING TONIGHT.A .
The club! was beautifullydecorated; Thursday March
tt1; kind of nourishment 1 needed and j' and delightful music was rendered by so been engaged in tbe work in South 19th.

! agreed with ray stomach so well that the band from the Alabama. The America, and has but lately come to meeting of the two factions of ....
f I Boon forgot; I had one. I gained i: bride was assisted in receiving by her this country, as the presiding officer bar pilots will be held tonight at 7 -*GIVE US A CALL. -

rapidly in strength, my brain became i i mother and sisters and intimate of the Southern Division of the Sal o'clock, when an effort will be made -

clear and the worn-nut feeling i I! friends. Very handsome presents testified vation Army in the United States. ta settle existing differences. "
'i at night entirely disallllE'arE'll.'aw Everybody; should hear him. No new developments have occur
to the popularity of this young
. .I I am in the best of health! and weigh\I copule. Captain McAllister and family, who red today and it is probable that an GRAY GOODMAN & RADER !

15'0 pounds, which is more than Ic'r |j: Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Uoscnau have lately taken charge of the local agreement will be reached tonight. ,
weighed before. i j j post, are expecting wonderful times, ..
( left for:: a delightful trip on the 11:15
1 induced the son of a friend to use train last night.CHARGED during these special meetings. Everyone : The one great virtue of Boroett'i FISHER BUILOIHC, COR PALAFOX & IHTEHOEHCIA STSmmN

Crapo-Nnts; he was hick and weakly is cordially Invited to attend. Vanilla Extract U purity. It 1* tea
caused mostly by indigestion an1otht'r WITH These services will be held in the S. vanilla extract and nothing: but vanilla
'extract Always use Bur ) >r y
A. hall DeReache
on street at S'clock
troubles arising from a bad i I STEALING A WATCH. nett's ) -
. stomach. He then weighed 123: I each evening.

pounds; in a few weeks after using Katie: Powers, colored, charged with Try Gunther's indies at
Tragedy Averted. A GREENHUT & CO *
Grape-Nuts daily, he was so greatly II !being a dangerous and suspicious Solomon'sNOW
I improved that he entered: the field- "Just In the nick of tIme our lit ,
\ day contests and acquittal himself character, was bound over from the tle boy was saved" writes Mrs. W. IS THE TIME TO FURNISH "

splendidly. lie kept gradually increasing police court to the county authorities Watkins, of Pleasant City, Ohio. YOUR DINING ROOM, AND MAR- .WHOLESALE GROCERS

in weight until now he today. "Pneumonia had played sad havoc : STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU ,
I with him and a terrible ; WANT IN SIDEBOARDS
cough set CHINA
weighs 1 t'\ pounds, all hard muscle. She is with stolea
charged having
Nos. 102 104 106 East
and is playing: In besides. Doctors treated him, CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS.See Si, PENSACOLA, FLA.
on the local foot-ball
I watch from a strange negro named but he grew worse every day. At .
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a thing that a year ago any- length we tried Dr. King's New Discovery
I Lin.lsey, who claims that the woman Hudgini new label. FOR LUMBERCall CREX AMERICAN GRASS CARPETS
I or' wohave; laughed at." for Consumption and our dar
took the time-piece from his pocket. ling was saved. He's now sound and
If bait the who FINEST
Hudgins has a new label for the
The watch has not been recovered. well.BTel1'body ought to know,
I stomachs or are about half well, I it's the only sure cure for Coughs, best 5 cent cigar on tho market . for estimates before placing THING OV EARTH FOR YOUR
orders for
I would stop eating |kx r1)-c:>okl'J food your lumber d8-lm
Colds and all Lung diseases. Guaranteed
Judge Reeves is holding a sessionof HALL DINING ROOM OR OFFICE.
1 and use Crape-Nats instead by W. A. D'Aleaberte, 121 S.
4 they Hudglns new style label for his 5
the circuit Hot
court at Milton.! Thereis Chocolate with
I &
s would not only Palafox street Price 50c. and Jl.OO.
save money but would cent cigar will Interest
a large number of people in atten Trial bottles free. Whipped Cream at Solomon's. you.
Fit n be as healthy as the best. NaaK- QU1NA. ,
dance. 1 1I .
given by Postum Food Co., Battle Hot French Waffles with
Creek, Mich. I Hot Rolls at 5 p. m lOo at
Try The NeW. WANT COLUMN. Florid Cane Syrup at Try Gnnther's Candies
tie Best:
do at Solomon lladng's for pc.
:., s. i Solomon's. Solomon's.t. .

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