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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 20, 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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VOL. 39. .PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 20. 1903 I NO 60 ;f.I'{ tff'i' ;

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-rE -, -:SlflON SEEMED TO OF FLOOD-BOUND'' morning. Hundreds of men are i MRS. EOYD FIRES AT THE NGROHE : -- ; i1 ';

RECEPTION ONTHEJUBAMA piling sacks of sand high around the! THE PILOT. J Ja .1 : tj
f ,:; FOR WITH TRAINS RE3CUED BY SKIFFS. embankment and a desperate effort THEN SNATCHES THE REVOLVER

EEP3 THE BODY WHEN I STEAMERS GO TO RELIEF OFI I is Tjeing :J.d to hold it. The waters I FROM HER HAND AND I Ii 'f' i ':

are seiinnp!, through however, and a '

!: ; ,T 3ROACHEO; TO THEM BYcEC I MARION( .- OSCEOLA break is imminent at any hour. Thereare I FELLED HER TO THE FLOOR. SITUATION I \ : :
THERAP'\ I' f t\tI, f fr
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\ sonic unusually! valuable farmlands
in this vicinity! it
So far as can be learned the situ- "I. l '

LIGHTFUL TIME ABOARD THE ation along the White river front is MENT OF DIFFERENCES SEEM !L '
March: lit.-Although I n rminghamIarch 19.-A series
Washington. March 19.-The weather : : 5 ';
could be The i t. !
as good as expected.
nt the anthracite coal SHIPS AT THIS PORT. bureau this morning gave out the ot mysterious threats to burn the TO BE FAR DISTANT. t"1 ;

made following river bulletin: same is true of the upper Tensas levee home of W. H. Boyd, a prominent : ; i .
.--urn were not
about Arkansas City. this culminated 1 1.1\\ .". "
The stage of water this morning contractor residing in city "
; !re-itknt! Roosevelt ins The Mobile people who recently Memphis i3tll feet a rise since The situation at North Helena. this morning in an attack i I A meeting of the two warring fac j' )l' "

.: I the report has been at.ended the reception on the battleship Ark., is reported as grave. The lev'eehas Boyd's wife by an unknown ne tions of the bar pilots was held last
Wednesday of 4 feet. This was probably upon
Washington, an inkling, Alabama are high in their due to overflow water from Arkansas panilly! given way and mightyefforts gro. Yesterday Boyd received an anonymous -:r night in the old organization's office t d If

praise of the treatment accorded to are being made to hold it him that his :on South Palafox street. The meeting ,r ,-t '
letter warning
.. '>ased on the very best of side, as the Mississippi has .
; .t' I them during their visit here. The While further against the rising torrent. North house would be burned. In the after j was held for the purpose of trying }: .if"L r:
fallen above Memphis. a lIt
has reached this city as following, from the Mobile Item, Helena is separated from the city of unknown met him to affect a settlement of the dif ,; 4J I.
noon an negro
slight rise is possible, the decline I ,f
: ",ure of the concessions shows that they were well pleased: begin at any time. It is impossible Helena by a strong embankment. and handed him another letter con ferences existing between the two I ;if,

".l be made to the miners The reception on board the battleship may to estimate the amount of water Thee railroads entering this city taining a similar threat. After delivering factions. A committee consisting of : 4\:1\: ..

,portant matter of wages Alabama yesterday in Pensaco- yet to* come irom the west side. from the West are completely tied the letter the negro fled. La- Pilots Scholls, Perry Clifford and i :f; 'j : "i

la. Fla., was a great success and all up. The water is rolling over their telephone message from unknown Bell submitted a report to the meet- 1": :'
Herald. The situation continues .critical below ter a I .r"
those who attended are high in their tracks and no effort is being madeto parties conveyed similar ing last night, but definite action up ; t: :
should be es. Memphis and forecasts previouslymade 1. II
-> that there praise of the officers of the battle- rain isexpected I move trains for the present. The threats. While at his supper last on its disposition was deferred untyl j I'
are repeated as more
for the next three years, ship. Three bands of music were on city last; night was filled! with westbound night Boyd discovered that his house tonight when: another meeting will f,; '
tonight! and Friday. Cveryprecaution j
.n wu as the sliding scale, boaid and discoursed sweet music passengers, but the local managers was on fire but with the aid of theneighbors be held. j 'j.rI ..,..
should 1>e taken and preparations ,: .ptl
',I' prices paid to the nun-. throughout the day for the guests continued for stages in ex : were equal to the occasion. the flames were quicklyextinpuisheJ. \ I. From all! indications the only thing '* 't 'J
Boats were chartered by the Cotton the of affecting a settlement l'j <-I :
and the officers. The big ship was I This morning an unknown ::111 way
based on charges made of those of 1VJ7. : ,
gorgeously decorated with enormous : their pasengers were taken to Helena negro was seen lurking is the disposition of the pilot boat ',41 j m. : .i. h[

r rs lev a ton of coal flags of several nations. Three bands I and sent around the water to around the Boyd house Apprehendingdanger Carleton H. Colt. The pilots who have I J. ,:
'.ite of wages for the were stationed in the waist and 011 GAGUE i their destinations. The Choctaw railroad Mrs. Hoyd procured a pistol this vessel! in charge. Leaded by Captain .: Ji r. j l jI I
the price which is: the forward deck, --discoursing delightful Memphis. Tenn., March 19.-The sent a special trjiin: carrying and fired at him, missing him, but I Cliftord, ask that the' pilots iead- 1'J'. ;;'

music, while the guests participated 1300 I ; passengers, over the Illinois Central she held her weapon on him and at ed by Captain Perry, and all association 4
highest of water predicted by
in an enjoyable dance. After stage | tracks to Cairo from where the time attenmpted to telephone men pay them, in the event the r'I
-i of reasons, adds the weather bureau was realized this I the same
ward they were invited into what the travelers will be sent to their objective I for her hUl liand. While at I vessel is sold, the difference betweenthe ,. :t:; ,
morning when the gauge registered
'\ ing; that such a chaplain called "the living room," points. the snatched therevolver purchase price and the amount T' }.
40' feet. The crest of the high wave is I the telephone negro :
,ated in the rec- where piost delicious refreshmentswere The water rose considerably in from her hand and felled she would \bring if sold. 1.J. 'I'i-
believed to be near, however, and it I :
1 c commission: served consisting of chicken is confidently prophesied that with :"orthIemphis: last night and today, her to the floor with the butt of the The faction headed by Captain .r f' .'

salid ham fried but otherwise the situatiQn is un- Clifford are anxious for a settlement,
sand- is
'avor with all oysters: another twenty-four hours a decline weapon and fled. Mrs. Boyd severely .
witches, olives, pickles, ices, cakes i hanged. wounded. The police believe and one of them said this morning
it that time
idy when will be noted and from on a I
that he was willing to put up his portion .
and coffee. instigated by
that these outrages are I I ;
fall will in.
!M-bt by G. F. steady set of the deficit in the event the '
The long table was effectively dec STAND STRAIN NEW I some discharged employe or other '
the crest of the rise Hue here
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1, before
1 1. : d l i Colt was sold at less than her pur ,
orated. The centrepiece being the tomorrow at the latest, the ORLEANS TO BATON ROUGE. person who had a grudge against "
i today, '4j / -i
of the Alabama silver servicefilled made. chase price. ; .
have been .
apern danger fur the long line along the New Orleans, March 19.-The river Boyd. No arrests Wlu-n asked this morning if a settlement i

: PRESIDE' CLEVELAND with double johnquills asparagus Yazoo front Mississippi, is at banJo has risen a tenth of a foot in the past would be affected tonight. { !

CELECi'':''-ES HiS BIRTHDAY. ferns and smilax, and on each end Major Danby': in charge of the upper twenty-four hours, registering at 8 DROWNED NEAR Captain P-tjry stated that he could 't tt J t

was placed the silver candelabras district to the Coahoma line, and C. o'clock this morning 19.4 a tenth Under THE NAVY YARD. J
if would be arrived at or I"
not say one J
:- .i \l.ndi! is.-Former shaded in pink. On the table and the West in charge from there to the end the extreme high water of 1S97. ,} I 1 I P

,eland was CO sideboards\ were vases holding red of the line in Issaquena county, just There is comparatively little changein The body of Henry llermsdorf a not.Another movement to muddle the :;,; ':.4.'

ii, passed the day I' carnations and ferns, which formed a above YicksburgLuth report their the local situation, which is improved ''sailor from the battleship Indiana, situation came to light today. The : -I-II

i it''y!, at his resi- pleasing combination with the other districts in good condition and express by the cojiiinuance of good 'I found on the beach Woolsey yes I pilots headed by Captain Perry .have ; ..; '.,,... ,

!..' >. lie was the decorations. In a room adjoining the the He was off on liberty and
M the strongest hopes of holding weather The loc \\1 engineers say terday. I purchased another sail pilot boat, J ; : '
i iiigratulatory; tel- admiral's apartments, champagne entire line. I II I that the emergency work along the I could, not be accounted for until his said to have been built for a "ci-> : TVJt:

-iMiaie Princeton punch was served from the punchbowl flood of that thereis body was found by a man named -.
: The situation in the area front is: so much advanced chase" and fitted in the most elaborate .
( Minded their best of the Alabama silver service. is practically un- need for local Campbell at 12:3": : jesterday who irams'ihiately I
Arkansas today absolutely no apprehension I style, both for pleasure and passenger .:; ..,.
Prominently placed on a sideboard- in chanced from yesterday.. even if the maximum stage reported the matter! to accommodation. This new addition ,j t..:

his this room was the silver apern pre- The Commandant
for Wise.
:: i a quest Two Hundred Prisoners of Hope. of water predicted by the weather Commandant is expected to arrive within the jf !

., i-sasie of the Pana- wnu'd by the Dauglnm of the American The direful effects of the flood are bureau is realized.INTERESTING appointed three naval physiciansto next few days. it, r J "

l.the I Snoato, Mr. Revolution filled with rul car- being felt more seriously at Marion hold an inquest over the remainsand Her coming here will also acId itr! .."

nation*, ferns and fruit. On leaving seat of Crittenden NEWS NOTES their verdict was that the deceased '
Ark. the county i
further complications to the muddled .p. :. :
bin the punch room those of the guestsdesiring FROM WARRINGTON tl l ath aecidvntal I i
L .lllyln ihat the county. There are over 2UO people} came to his and I hope to lixjk over the ship were and relief boats drowning. He had no marks of violence ;+
jv nate there awaiting succor ; will\ put up the same claim 1 1j

i further delay at the courteously escorted by the officers left Memphis today in an effort to Warrington, March 19.-The light on his body' lIe was attiredin for st'ttloment as that offered by the ''".. :,., : 1.j '

work, which I be- who explained! the intricate parts: of little village. docked at full dress all hut his hat. .
: i reach the unfortunate house tender Mangrove was pilots headed by Captain Clifford. t .;I

mark an epoch in this modern engine of war.C. Two government boats started for the navy yard jefterday morning, The body was caned to the naval To make the situation more tangledthe :. : t

:ii.l! transportation of the brearf at Trice's Landing at S where some necessary, repairs will be hospital from which place the funeral Perry faction will demand that I r, L .":, :"

,I I, a glorious contri- SODERYlND DIEDYESTERDAY o'clock. A bountiful supply of long made on her hull.A took place this morning at 10 o'clock the other faction agree to the same i, .; :

American Nation to MORNING attached tothe Diana, thesmaller was given last the interment being made in the National ,
ropes was birthday party terms concerning the Kwasind. ,! ,}
I.. world" I of the two crafts, and an attempt evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. cemetery. His remains were I tf1j') i'\

C SOderUntl,_Sr., 'lied atI o'clock will be made to ease the vessel Fred Ulum in honor of Miss Willie followed to the last resting place by OFFICERS OF THE LUZON ; JI

MISS CRA MALLORY AT yesterday morning at the home of his through the crevasse. Once throughthe Parker. Games of various kinds were I a detachment of marines from the ARE ORDERED HOME. ,, -{ '

THE CHAUTAUQUA. son. (jus, on West Government street. swirling"gap the small boat can indulged in, refreshments served and navy yard, also from the Indiana. i 4f.

The deceased had been a residentof proceed to ,Marion. Captain Fogle- all spent an enjoyable evening. Among' The officers of the Isla de Luzon, i rt t
March: 21 ;k. the sixth Pensacola for a great many will undergo extensive repairs 't :;(
man, a well-known Critenden county those present were: Mr. and Mrs Unfortunate Man Identified.The which
", Florida Chautauqua He was a tailor by trade and Pensacola yard, havebeen 1 ::1t 4
years. planter and ex-steamboat captain Jameson, Mr and Mrs. Fox, Mrs. Geo. body of the unfortunate man at the navy ,
Si. ,nis will leave Pen is survived by two sons, Charles and home waiting orders 1 j jI'
for ordered on
volunteered his services as pilot Bauer, Misses May Francis, Hazel was fully identified by officers of the 'oj l "
is es-
.a in This day otMs Gus. the dangerous voyage.; President Kil- Atsinger, Ada White, Messrs.V.. Indiana as being Henry Hermwlorf, until ordered to duty elsewhere: ; f'f. {

:uj: to the people lough, of the St. Francis levee board, : Douglas, J. mum J. Parker, W. Fell 1:1: years of age, of Chicago. lie was a Following is a list of the officers .'
:-- Cora Mallory, one MOODY TO Coman-ipr J. C. Colwell, ,
gays that if the trip is successful, it and T. S. Coulbourn. landsman and it is supposed that he Lieutenant
is to appear PENSACOLA. I Lieutenant tUj
lllc'ns. VISIT Lieutenant W. H. McOrann
will not be necesary to cut the levee. Services were held in the Methodist became afraid of being court martial. I
,'u.iilv Platform, and a D. F. Boyd LJeutenant W. K. f{
Succored by Fleet of Skiffs.A church Tuesday evening. ReCoffin ed for breaking his liberty. He had 'i.I"
it of Pensacola admir- The Xews has reliable Informationthat Sexton, Lieutenant C. H. Price, Ensign ..; .1
fleet of skiffs was sent to the two of. Pensacola preached a very able been raising since the 13th:: of this :
r a hearty welcome. it is more than probable that (;. Shackle-ford Assistant Surgeon t'i
passenger trains which are hemmedin sermon and a goodly number were month. His uniform cap was foundon
is superb, who is now in Cuba Warrant t'
-; of talent Secretary Moody, J. Stepp and Acting ifltJ1
by the waters on the Iron Mountain present. the forecastle of the Indiana andit
rtist* of note, includ-\ will before his return to Washington Machinist W. D. Conn. t. H
in ,
tracks three miles west of Bridge Upon the arrival of the Luzon Is thought he missed his hold i' t
t ".tit He-Barry Gill\ the visit the North Atlantic .1'
Junction. One half of the :200! passengers this iwrt, a great many of the boys while climbing down the anchor
.., HIS RILEASE.'i'l
'U>ist in America. squadron now in this harbor. ERROR CAUSED
were transferred from the have had the pleasure of meeting chain of the vessel in an effort to (-s. _
1.. round trip ticket is His present plans are to inspectthe l t..t !
trains to this city by handcar yesterday of their old shipmates, whom
and it includes admisentertainments. coaling stations recently acquiredin caI-e. Wm. H. Young, white, was arresteJ 9j-
but the remaining half refusedto they left in the far East. Among thoseon ; The funeral services were conducted I/ !.
o : Cuba and then go to Culebra wherehe at the union depot yesterday by Deputy I .
leave the cars because of the dangerous board is Chas. Handysides, a War by Chaplain Wright of the Massa the f'h fi
will join the new battleship" Sheriff Mike Murphy on ,
: condition of the tracks. The rington boy, who left here a few years The deceased's grave isNo. !
ECE- 'ON TO BEHELD lying there and sail with her to chusetts. charge of obtaining money under Alse "

ON THE IOWA this port, within two or three weeks. skiffs will relieve these people from ago, and who is now home for the first 1394. ,section 14. National ceme pretenses from Dr. Gywn and C. W.! \1" L ;1J
is believed
and it
their temporary prison i f"1'
tery. :
of Century.
I time.Miss Petty \ r .
*. t"n ption to be held by The search light drill by the all will be safely housed in Genevieve Smallwood is now I There are about 50 patients from Young was carried to Bluff Springs :,. 9 :I!

Interest Memphis by nightfall The enginesand spending a few weeks in Pensacola,, battleship squadron in the naval
the *
of muA
<: the! battleship squadron squadron 1s a matter and appeared before a committing

: \\ !Inesday. Taese recep- to the citizens as well as the cars will be forced to remain in where she is being treated for hospital at present magistrate, who discheged him frorf

: v I'n in return for line at- many visitors but the uncertainty of their present position until the water throat trouble. custody on acount of an error be!/'I.

.d. the officers by Pensa- when it takes place prevents many recedes. Yesterday the Frisco officials The telegraph office has been moved Burnett's VuuIIa Extract has outlived made In the affidavit. Young //a

attend- is suggestedthat gent eighteen cars of rock to the from building 34 to the northwest criticism. It la the finest and purest
v jKMpie and are from witnessing it. It represented by Chas. H. Costc, ,7'q..
nations.j each break behind the trains. All of this gate, where it is" understood the operator vanilli extract that can be bought.
tIe receiving, inv the drill take place on of this city. I '
.::' reception\ will\ be held night if even for a short time and that ,rock was dumped into the bfeak. but Mr.: F. C. Waite will also assume Once tried, always used. ,

i "> Iowa and it is amicipat- the public be informed of the time i not a single stone appeared above charge of the telephone central.. The ladies are cordially invited to Mrs. N. Bowers will have her open-

..:,. number of invited the city the surface of the water. Martin Jones will be his assistant.The Tuesday,
a through papers. inspect my Spring pattern hats, on ing of new Spring Millinery
Osceola. I I
1 < present. Break Imminent at and Thursday, March 24, '
and Thursday Wednesday
the best and newsiest.The Tuesday, Wednesday j
The levee at Osceola Ark., is reported largest i
l' T Hot Rolls at 5 fc- m lOo to be in a critical conditionthis News, 10 cents per week. March 24, 25 and 26. .Mrs. N. Bowers. i 25 and 26. >.j_*,. 1.,. .OO >" i'iv*
c News' WANT Solomon's
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Have You> Rheumatism > (OrIJinal1;

la die fourteenth century there flourished r

In JIOrthen 'itnly! a duchy presided

'htors Say That Every Human Ache IS Rfleamatic: The'Seat Hof Rheumatism Is Ie over by the Grand Duke Saretola. -

f: : Keep ,the Kidneys Healthy! and Rheumatism.WillDisappear., At'that time assassination was ,
the common method of getting rid of

yYOUR an enemy,and the duke had his own especial
KIDNEYS ARE DISEASED assassinator, who removed with for Infants and Children.

obnoxious his
poison any one to mas-
HARNER'S SAFE PILLS move pa .: Thousands Men and Women Have ter. At state banquets tl man stood Gastonia is a harniless substitute for Castor> Oil, fare.goryc .
Drops and soothing SynlP'l. It is J 1'a"atit.
,peedy ewe>s gently cure. and aid a Kidney'Disease and Do Not Know It behind the duke's chair and now and contains neither Olium, l'Iorphine nor other -Xal'l'utic It

Until It Has Developed Into Bladder again would be dispatched to one of I Imbstan It destroys 'orms and allays Fevcri hll'YS
e the guests to pledge him by prosy for I It cures Piarrliu-a aid AViud Colic It reliefsins T..t1I=

Trouble, Rheumatism, Diabetes a the sovereign. The royal rule was I Troubles nud cures Constipation. rt regulates tiff

Bright's Disease Which Will Prove that the two should exchange glasses, I Stomach and Bo\vel, giving healthy and natural rlccn,
The Children's Panacea The :Mother's
It the honor to drink
being greater
Fatal if Not Attended to Promptly
from the duke's glass. The ,distinction The Kind You Have Always
Pains in the small of the! back painful passing ol came to be considered one which Bought

urine inflammation of the bladder torpid liver might better; be declined, for It was 1 Bears the of
cloudy urine, pains in the back of the helllanlneck Signature .
to be followed the
quite likely by
rheumatic pains and swellings all over the
body, jaundice and eczema, tell you your kidneys are disease death of one of the persons honored.
and are not able to do their work:: properly. If you have any 01 There was at the capital a woman
these symptoms preal care should be taken to stop the pro;Tres: the Countess of Vineenza, of extraordinary
of the disease and prevent it becoming chronic and impregnating e
the entire system. character and virtue, some-
thing not usual In that profligate &g\ .

IF IN DOUBT MAKE THIS TEST: She was much\sjcted by the duke In Use For, Over 30 Years.
and stood high) ; In his confidence even
Pat urine in after it stands 21 hours if find
some a glass .
; you ; -nor eolve.a eouesev n .u..n 8."UT. er TO' rnv
to consulted him In affairs
reddish brick- u<-t sediment in it,orparticles iloating in the urine, i j. being by
or the urine is milky or cloudy you will knoll your kidneys art I i of state She had endeavored to IP- --
in a diseased (condition: and that if they are not attended to w ith' still into him n higher code of morals, --
out I'clay the bladder and will become intlamed I I
i.+! uric acid will p..i-on the blood?the urinary stomach organs will become affected ant but had failed. She at last determinedto = tf. B. WRIGHT I GOmpA
/Jletodest; the food the system will become weak, jmd the result x il put a stop to his murders, even if ,, y
n be a breakdown; of the federal health with Bri_h 's disease or diabetes It was necessary to sacrifice her own I ,
which will: prove fatal if not treattd with and I'I' I
promptness great care
Ilfe One while she drh'lnshe
-i Warner'safe Cure WIll pu-ify and strengthen thekilneysandenable tin-it day was ; It i. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALER (sLUMBER
to do)tucir work:itwillCurerheum.ttismrbenmaticrout,diabetes, Bright's I 1 i met a man evidently a stranger
y''e f diva-e, uric acid poison, inflaramationofthelhdderaadiuinaryorsansem' t whose likeness to the duke was aston. i L LATHS
1 q I em' reo+ the patient' health and vteor. I ishing. She cent a servant to him ,
h; \ ir).cert bottle ha often been -ufficient to cure cases kidney disease
when the simple hone -t described above has been made !ind the trouble dia I bidding him call at her villa that even 5- 1 SAWED CYPRESS SDINGIES-1hu.
ist, v, r covered! ia the earlier daces.t ing. ( C:' f SrY;
""'bl) are your she asked when beal"pE.t
"; ANALYSIS FREE. rl"t1."Hi:1fl1o. --. PEN ACOLA. FLA
v If after making our Mtnple home test there is any doubt in your mint as t<
,the condition of your kidney send a sample uf your urine to Medical Dept. Mardi the youngest: son of -
Warnt r's :Sale! Hire C" ., Knciitster.. X.Y.: the doctors will: make analysis and, sent i a nobleman of southern Italy."
you II 'p..rt and advice a'r...., tucether with valuable medical booklet which tell ( "What do you Ill'n.r' COAL AND
all ai at ui=ea=cs: of the kidneys, liver bladder and blood I, and their treatmentWarner's i I "
1 am In1I1"t of stave adventure: to

better my condition. I am stanlnsj." WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY MUCH LA RGER TIDE
: Safe Cure. "Would you like to be grand duke?"

S The matt thunderstruck, stammered THIS WINTER THAN EVER fEFCKE

The following Idler is a sample of thousands<< of unsolicited receive that ho would. whi>reui>oii the countess
from sravtiil men end women who hn-*>been curet by Warnt-r's Safe Cnre: I told him that it was [HissiMe I though to SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW
SAHUEL THOMPSON, JR., a Prominent Business Man of Germantown .
effect! the object he must risk his life.
Pa., says:
"It sive tell Icieardo was much iiui>ressL-d with the Thompson Olsen o Co
me pleasure to whatVaiier'9 Safe Cure has accomplished ( ,
m?. I inherit rheumatism, and from childhixxl I had an affection of the heart striking Individuality of the ('/Iullh's ,
which physicians informed me was the direct result of rheumatism. When but t falling every moment more under lr Manresa Street
boy 1 became a victim of catarrh of the bladder. I could not describe my awfu Influence."I ., Telephone 147.
sufferinzs.: My bowels and stomach were continually out of order, ant I -
frequently while 1 was pa ,in? alons the street I became sick and dizzy. ] shall ask for an limitation for ESTABLISHED
hail that tired nervous worn-out brims, and as I grow older my kidney! you," she said "to the next state ban 1862.
began to trouble me. I Lad frequent pains in the small of the back quet. We will attend together; sitting
7; "I must have gone to twenty physicians without deriving any goo( Side by side. As soon as that dukesees McKENZIE OERTING
7J from the medicine they soil me. I was in despair, and my friends often & CO.,
1 pointed me out as a youns man who could nut lire very long. Indeed, j one so closely resembling him he
I :] did not care whether I lived or not so constant and intense (n asaj will send to you a l't'rslJwho will ask II -DtALSBI 15- 0
t ) misery. I took no interest in anything. I felt irritable all the time, anc you to drink with his master exchanging -
when I arose in the morning after a frequently disturbed sleep I felt everni'ire
glasses. The glass; you receive will Ship Chandlery General Hardware
exhausted than when I retired. Doctors said it was doubtful if] ,
would ever have perfect health. One day I met a friend who recommendet be poisoned. I will put into practice!
Warner's Safe Cnre. I took nearly a dozen bottles. After i bad first begun one of several plans I have in mind 809 AND 005 8. PALAKOX 8TKEKT.A.OE3VCTV .
to use it the effect was marrelnue. I commenced to feel better and was soon on the road to complete recovery To-day I air I the ....... ,
using one which at the time seems -- -
absolutely free rhenraatu-m and all other old and there -
my troubles i i-n't a healthier or a more active man in Germantown and al
this i+ due to Warner cafe Cure. "AMl'IIL TIIOIl SUN. JR., ]'U) East Washington Lane." t I most practicable." REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLI O'S KONH CO. 8
i Warn'r's safe Cure is purely getable and contains no narcotic or harmful drugs; it is free from sediment and is pleasant to take. I Kicardo impulsively! resolved to place !' GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RU8HEL & HON'S PUMPS
JUl'9. constipate; is a most valuable and effective tunic; kills the disease germs; it is a stimulant to djgesiionaad awakens tbtturpidtiver. I his life in the countess' keeping and ,

consented to d> her; bidding.! She at RIITIS 6irdii blots Oils lullcil lastrgoiots, kirti, litkin, liilnCOMPA88K8
onotwrote to the duke, nuking for the LOGS. tau
Warner's Safe Pure is what you m-cd. You can buy it at any drug store; two regular sizes &TC. and $1.00 a bottle. I invitation and when the Lauijuet elute i: C. McKenzie Uerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asia
Refuse Substitutes and Imitations. Thre i+ n..n. "ju.-t as !:,)Ol" Warner's !Sa Cure. It has cured all forms of kidney off she' was there with Uicardo Mardl. !! 'elation
liscase during the la-t thirty It is jirescnlw.1 and ul doctors I
j.r by tlicni-rlves in the la His
likeness: the duke
to caused
a sonFatiou. -
for all forms uf dintasc of the
kidneys bladder sad Lewd Beware of
to-called klJncy cures full of eediment and ol bad odor- !
hmien.__"orm'u'A Indeed, he was several time
t mistaken f',r the ruler.! The moment i THE GARDEN SECTIONo
TYPOGRAPHICAL!: TRAGEDY."You : !ion, so that ever afterward all that AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT? I the host set (ores on Uicardo it was

-- -- he beholds is guod and beautifuland Unusually a hacking rough and a plain! to the nitintosK that he was much !

mat have a lunch of haworking bigger; than anywhere el> general feeling; of weakness often ii'.cviisod. Hut he controlled lilll"'lt
-e'l J leadin: to fatal results after I Fensacola
the Fl
morists t ; on your linotypee There i ii oinething: refreshing and i, bent is? supposed to have passed the paj.!j.!and later in the evening M-nt his proxy orida.Near .

?, hau-n't you ?" asked the edifung in the way the north\ve 'danger point. Foley's Honey and I i to honor the stranger in the usual way. ,

poet a< he entered the oilice."llacn't cnier shows oil! his town to the I I Tar is guaranted to cure the "grippe Ricardo TOM- and eras about to take the ]I East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
Kins- offcrttl liiin when the uut<' sjeiz.d
cough" and make
noticed that :m'lof stranger-his boundless admiration yo-i strong and

them hire ant. failing in that line/' for the new Kpi-oopal church, hisjj I I if welt taken It in never time.fails Take to stop no a substi cough! I the! diiko.It and hobiiig! itlluft.! turned to 'L Beautiful Lots for Sale.

imsvmul the ait/r. riiie in the of Main .
]> paving; street, ; tutes. "I claim: the 'hoaor of first pledging
\ ''Well, ytiti re a poor of;:erver. Ins l.rothNintcrct) in the development I your Liauu'ss"she: -said. Kicardo! vv holii'd I 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord
MEAT & MALT marvelous
Do you rwi'l l your own Paper: of the Firstational bank, I Jietttic value. W bile refreshing a and I h"e n instructed J by her protestfd ing to location and surroundings.

i "tlccasUmallc.'r"Iitl the imagination with which he pleasant to take it helps assimilation ; the two toiiteildilijr for the pl.iss. The ,

. you read my ;>, 'To prophecies: the ;glorious: future of of food. Sold heDANNHEI9SER dtki. who: aw Ids intention Ihble to I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

t Agatha,' in ""e.t rJI\."':) issue' the place and exhibit: the acres and BROi i ie tur'i'il awry, sat anxiously "':lto> High Dry Fertile Lands.

"X-no." acres of desert and hillside which We will lnuaaer fo' int: tl't: sii-iif. 1'r.'''eutly he saw ll'j ,
sprtade I
'1' thought not. In the p xm I tote town is pre-ently populate. 15 cents each: and make your them look countess dote si> than appi-arin? to be ill. she
wrote a line which read 'J love It is an adun.mtineisitor indeed like tsw "tftr J.\nnc1ry
r"1: l'> r.n a.t :-"":... t'?:ml there! cffered in Pensacola.
I letter than I love life.'' who without 1
my goes away taking;: a .
( .h.!: Si..t wonl to the duljA that she wasly'iiz
"That wn a -neat lilll'." deed or two for hopeful corner lots; NEW SCHEDULE.OF i ::: and asked: I.Itn to come to her Home Seekers Should See These Lots
\nll one of humorists in the residential ,1i51t' _.
yndr linotyjw rt. Kay ar.e! since she would cnnimunicate to
; made it'ri'iul. '1 lore you btannard Baker in Century. j him a state s"cn-t flf"itnl Importance.Tin1 .

better than 1 love my wife.' .1 eta..' huTicd: 1 t' the ('(;:imllt'r. A. V- CU.TDTOSCorner
'Er"- Peculiar Bequests. The rvande'5 ill her efforts/ t<, pot the j jla j

p "lxadlY-111J wife. \n.l my wife, The alleged be iuest by Jlrs. Stan- J. N. ROGERS Manager. ;: >s from Uicardo hold suc "'ed.>
not licinii al"juaintl| with the failings ton of her brain to Cornell university Leave Freeport Monday; and I from her own ;glut making I
of tlip.-e for Thu' day ruNnlll;=. t aj-jicar! that it was the one offeredby
key thuiu 'crs, thinks I'rofesi- R. O. BRSNT. WM, H KNOWLKH W. K. H YEB, JR., J. H, KKEHE
Arrive at Pen*acola Monday and I ; the |p'/i"'r. When the duke ontcrtsl j!
the poem WitS printed exactly :as it or Wilder says was never made-reminds President. Vtoe-Presiddnt. Cashier. An't Ctibicr
Thursday nizht. tier aut-roopi, Kicardo closed the '
wjis written and hadn't spoken tome an Ilnsli-h writer of the ea-e Leave Pen-acoU: Tup-day and I ,
u since it was puUi.-lu'd." of Harriet il.irtineau, who consulted Friday night. 1 the counle4Klianln stliv him in I

And aft'-r taking; a kick at the4lef'k an English doctor for deafnessand Arrive at FreeportVedneday tl't baik. Tl.en. evhauainu tl..tM>s First Monal Bank

I. he cm iil the hall and fell in return for his lnlitent.s.hi i and Saturday mnrniuq with: Lira. Li hi.l the body under a -li

ti down the ('lc'ator1H1Ct.ll11lian- treatment did little good-decided divan and, returning to the banquet

apolis Sun. to leave him her cars. Miss )[arti- riMim. t'HiU! tin host'sat.. :j jAs OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

neau happened to nuntion her plansto l s-ion as 1:!C' bad loft the antei i

Described as Follows to Wit. lur family j,hsician, who said: I Thpsp tiny('apsuiessres'tp"nr rmrai the eoiiiitess cnlb'd for one of ', DIt HCTc'FI.2S1WM. : !
= to Balsam of Copaida.C7beD Err who had IK-CII IlIstruI"1.1 j jin
sj "In nuking a teal la-r year, "I'.ut, my dear madam you can't do servants H. KNOWLE3. W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT. ,V. K. HYEK. .11
f ;
I tnct Injections f el G'jl I, wraprliit: the duke's body in her
aid a l >l'I fllit sjxvulator came that. It will make your; other leg-| \ I D. G. BREKT
into of the M'orthle-i." And Tney :tire:n 48 hrt'lr1 the ,- mantle. he carried It out to her car-1
poMini dood of a :try it appearedthat
tain piece of-l.nd: in :North cI'r-1 she had already i in her \1 ill be-1 w et'R, ,tnrj jl tuy In. At I I ri.iw and drove away ,w tli it. Then I

The value' of the real c-ute wa:> put qtieathed 'I'.eT: he-ad"to the I'hrcno- i' .L !.- uu'q 411 I,6fSTS I the: countess, Mardi slipped rcuiaincil out ucseen.Kicardo but. a few I rm! u &uA o muU o is Bx na 1 uf t ni' UL

d ,at !$('((>b), cod I paid\ taxes 0:1 it in logical society and left her dud or IWEEKLY: edC1IEt)1L- -- ----,- moment at the table, feicniii: ; to be ,

7t January and ill IVImiary I wrote ;*:.">'i 1 for 'cUll tii it ofT! Chicago1: tricvcd at the il.css! of the oiuntcss I

to the po.t mater: of the nearest Chronicle. I FOB STEAM DIYISIOSlKNSACOLA and wit'.tra'ins arlnrl'ntn.udl affectcd. i .: We
town to end me particulars con- I KLKCTSMCTKIVMI A. I:, r d. it was pl.-tiu to them Oormany, Kraace.; Austria! Italj, Holland, Spain Eelglara .Rusbla. B '1

cerningmy holdini-I ; suit him >:2 of Reed's Jckes. I KAILW\Y COMPANY.: I : ;t-. 1<"' of wl om rcM-osuized a ;!,way,*'u. Dnnwark uact l:her European countries.
for his trouble The IAKT Train leave fentacola for the Lut. |I I d.ft''r"!.r' in Ids appoaramefrom the
and he bribery -
,tie; earned the chares: reimtide.l Bayon, Kill Bayou! WUrDit'l1. ;van y,r'
111011 eV. He i wrote lack I : older coiures-nifn of the ana Fort M.r.I\noas atdSO ,, real dukrf! that souu-Udn?:; estraonliiiary I -itrVQMle18 Dlabnrsfid epon the Most F&torjble Terms, and t-: .;>
''Went time : \J-1! a.m.arrln at tort Harrancal THai bad hapl'l'll't1.111.1 he drove up Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Je8'JJ'1a\lfJn Ten. or Fifteen D&:l
It'epre-tntame' 'I'.irdie": .
o\er to ate land. | after Vessel Arrires there.
jour 1 10:00 a m.arrive ai Fort Barraccai 1HW: a." his Le /
to pjlacp. at one went into st-
Cussed poor road :all the war. anis of IVniiMhania went up to' IWpin.arriveatFortHarranoaa lipe: I
j 8.iU p.m.arrive at fort Barraacai .:16 p c elusion: and the next d.t.It. was announced "Safet .
'Ou.-sed poor road hack uain.: Sjvaker Heed: to ask about a bill he i 8:16 p.m. arrive a. 'ort Harrancal 7UOp t he Deposit Bozei for Rent in Connection
that ill.
'Must of .vour land is i under water. wanted pa->ed. Adam; took some ': 8:00p: ,m. arrive "t Fort Harranoai SMtxTraint : was very wasacorssiLle with which we have a Priva partment for the 'Uia
i' iesve tort Barraacai Pease to no one for some weeks; ,
I change: : from his pocket and rattles I oola at ofRentert.
I except the counties, whose unexpected
., 'What flint under water is af- it in his hand while he- talked. Asi!i 7:16am.'arrlve at f >D acoia_.__. area a. ti received
recovery was by one
i lluo p m. arrive at naaooiBli. p.r every --
t flicteil with drought. it happened\ he had five quarters.Hold !I 1:00 p.m. arrive at feoiaoola...., '.63 p.D with delight.Vhen the duke en.ergd
1 5:00 p m arrive at Pensacola.___ 6,45 B DR. KING'STRY i PBOFE33IOSAL CARDS.
'You'\e either got to wet it all t.n. 'Birdie said herd: j! TC.Op.m. arrive at Peniacola_ Ti6p.p ( from his retirement, be was much al-
"Ku-n in thee hard times '8:4S p. m. arrive, Peniaoola 1. ... tend In '
up or dry it all out. you cant I j; 10 ', ajipearanev, but this was attributed KEW DISCOVERYFOR

** 'Can't burn up or run areas. I pas a bill in this houe for a dollar Satardayi FABI only FOB wall DATS.Peoiaeola either to remorse or illne
nrd a ouarter." That tlll'reVli a great (change him THAT COLD.
'Keep Jour taxes up and pray to to Fort Barraneai and reinrn sec Office; 17.* S. Palifoi.
PenfacolatoNavy Yard and was: indicated by his, ordering his
1 tbe Lord. retnra.., K pol-1 TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
., / Peaiaool to Palmetto Beach and retard Hi I jSCSDAT soner to (,( thrown Into prison where j Hoar from I to 8JI: )a. m. and 1 to IP IS
Hilad you sent me!J2: instead of ICICDCO*. I Cures ConsumTjtion.Coughs
I he
was s"
civtly I ind after "o'clock
the deed. alleged I when warmer permit tbe I I
running c
... open coaches. |j I The countess wl.o118 a wife and Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, ca.
I 1 f von want any further Particulars a quarter of a pound. Lever Peniaoola Lv ron Barraa. the mother of several children kept j PneumoniaHay Fe\"erPleu' PhoJ10
i ill ship you a barrel of I Sam. to a. A1, I| the secret tf bow she had saved future '

ter.* "-Detroit free l'rl\s. W:1-I A BAD COMPLEXION. lla.m.1 p. m. it 2 p.m m. i I', Cacao gusts from drinking the fata j 1 1i I risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, JOHN S. BEARD,

Pimples blackheads and muddy ip.m i i iIp.m draft. The grand duke afterward pkI Sore Throat Croup and
The Spirit of the Northwest. p.m. !I ed the I rfau l of her daughter in mar- j jria ATTORNEY-AT-LAV.
t ,
complexion which are so COmmon I I p.m p in i Whoopbg Cough
When the in-\v settler crosses the 5 p. m. r.II. ..-:, 1: ?(.'. but the couutess would not con I Offices--309 Th.le@en Balldin -
among boys and girls at ) .
a certain ( m. f
p m i NO CURE. NO
i PAY.
sei.t. When the duke died. the \
Policies! the : fln'n"
: or the raMleJ one indicate a torpid liver. A course iof rear Tea an5DATi StriCt SOc. and St. TRIAL BOTTLES FREECleaning I I Office Hlurit-8:30 a. m. to I p :
met passed to the hands
atmo-pere! or of the ] HEPATICUUA cleanse the I I'euaO.1a: to jrt Harra:1oal Yon of one ir the
someapor i system regulate the \ardantlrot3Tn ______ _, 4 I legitimate lire of succession.! I i 2:'M: p. m. to 6:.) p. m.
west \et nl1Unllll'&! by science, si-cais !I ; bowels and liver Ctniaaola tc Palmetto Bearb doe ladies skirts a DO,,waist -
t to m]<.:.!:; ll \lIth .th roseatei- and ion. produce a clear healthy complexI '. !I'1t._ ---,----- It I EMERY: STOXE TOKEERT. [U one of crt specialties. Star Laundry. Practice In entrusted all state and to me federal will r ccnr'Alibuslnrss ce."
Sold by all druggists.: No frelb' elnd after 1:11 p 11'0. Subscribe to the News 10 a week. I I'.prompt aad diligent attention.
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When TheyMci4gcdn HINTS FOR FARMERS do IntenslTe farming. ThIs is a great; 1'
mistake. The truth Is just the other

Right or Left.flecendy way. The poor men bare been made Sour
-fc poor and kept poor by trying to cultivate -
When Your Appetite there has been considerable
too much land. This has made
I discussion In the tinn'papers of the
; the supply bills large and all the ix. Stomach
{Original] question Which Is the best kind of a
? Plays Truant pen!vs heavy. Poor work has given
"This is a bad night, said Antonio plow. one that throws the furrow sliceto

: Garez as he listened to the rain fallingin ; the right or to the left? There has small crops and PO tley will cuatlBEe. I: No appetite loss of strength Iq Z
( unless they change.
; torrents on his roof and buttoned developed considerable difference! of nervousness, headache constipation ,
Cut down the acres cut down the I
his coat about him to proteot himself opinion and there is some argument la bad breath general debility, sour ris- fi
labor bill cut clowTj the and
from the cold wind that forced its way favor of each kind. If we use "check lags, and catarrh of the stomach are
you will get out of debt, you will be j
UrieedaBiscuit through the loose windows. lines" In driving the team. It does not all due to indigestion. Kodol cures T
:able to own a farm may bo a small ( ,
Yes," replied his wif'. throwingmore make much difference, as the team one, but It will be yours.-J. D. indigestion.: This new discovery represents

covering over her sleeping babe. may be easily turned in either direction cutt in Farm and Uanch.Sur IIUlcl-1 the natural Juices of digestion .

"I should dread to be out in such a but If a "single line" is used on as they exist in a healthy stomach,
the near horse left hand will
a plow
night.: j combined with the greatest known tonic
.It will go hard with the revolutionists. be found most saG1facton"Cherk and Kodol
OLio nursery rogues are nt reconstructive properties. ,J
j I Lope this winter will freer are very "bunglesonie" and will work early this year. Their agents Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure In-
not be used
by an expert plowman on .1!
them out entirely. steady'team. come anil offer several[ new varietiesof digestion and dyspepsia but this famous ,
a A single line, with the
"If it doesn't we" will go back to near or led horse in tile furrow and a jK'ichea about which wonderful stories remedy cures all! stomach troubles by '. ,.
Spain in the spring. told. They charge 50 ceats and J 4
I "jockey stick" on the "off" horse. will are cleansing, purifying, sweetening }
hl'r'as a quick rnp at the door. the remainder Lie ,
each to paidbcii
strengthening the membranes
be found the
j most satisfactory arrangement -
)I To Coax Gnrez sprang up and opened It. There that can 1* devised. It the tret's bear. The varieties are un- lining the stomach. V 11

stood a woiirc.3, with the dark eyes, raven leaves th'e plowman freer and more known-that is, they-do not appear In 9j :'i.t .

hair and olive complexion of a of the lists which have been careful -
It It Back. \ comfortabl., and he will!! do better and any
Cuban bearing in her arms a little 1 j.rt-pared by our best fruit grow-
more work in a given time with a
child. Care dn-w ba< k."I ors. \Vhon asked why these varieties
[ Sold only in In-er-seal Packages "left ban plow and a "single line"than ,
: am Senora Garnet said the wo are not thus listed these rogues reply P
he will with "checks" and a
man. "For heaven's ! "right hand' plow. In plowing thefurrow
at least; for the night. The Spanish tl... owner l'is laen able to hold all the '!
should always) lx thrown toward
soldiers have burned our house and stork etc. This fraudulent business" :
f.1 the center of the "Inu and the
5'WIT1ONAL I taken iny husband to jaIL" htq l 1'1'1'11 exjw'M'il again ard Again andwe :
team turned at the comeis ('11 the nuploued -
t 'I know you \well sei.ora. You are warn our readers that tIlt'y will '!
ground.-Aha A gee in Stockman .
I one of the few rich Cuhan revolution and Farmer. surely diojppolotetl if they Invent

I ists. You have Iin
I I in the Uiidst of your su:.:;nr pl.intatiou. fellows t.l'! &iam: rather than the dollar. '
BISCUIT. COMPANY Bird. That 11..11'. KodolDIGESTS
i Now have homo
no over ond
you your -HuraI'e\\' Yorkrr.GraptrTlnr .
r.w- and ak shelter unde.r the lowly roof of n''<''ut careful study with reference

:: a loyal :';mulanl. (k> on in the rain to the food habits of hanks and owls Hoot Uonu. : '
.- -. -.- .---- I till! you find out' of your own kind to carried on 1)3the United States di-part- Cultivate thoroujrLly wLeu the gn-nt i' WHAT YOU EAT j' : tm;[ 1 1r4a

f'SICAL PERFECTION I III C.n..STOn.: :A. take you In." AiiJ Le ;i!ut tho d< or In mei't of agriculture goes to show that majority ef in itts are In the pupal' '

118 Kal U Haa lsn'sIrze her fuee. these blrtls with but few exceptions, It.ll'; which can lot determined by [ Gives Health to the Sick end ;j Hi '
the liver is out of or- u.the _
the tunw-d arc the farmer's friends rather than careful: observation.hhouM E.special pains I Strength to the V/ k. L : j 1-i
:. a. liver is possible it 'iI# With a moan woman his enemies. It that good tit disturb t t.It!II
u taken to i
.b away. A dim I';ht slione far awny appears ttye thoroughly: I Bottles only. $1.00 She holding 21 times ':
,i? the right kind of a l which they accomplish: la 'the way ofrtestrojing the soli near tile stems for )best resultsIn the trial size.which sells fur Sue. t I
--- and she made toward It, the rain "-at' .
HCPATICURA 13 the mice, gophers rabbits and destroying these pests. The adult I Prepared by B. 0. DeWitt A Co., Chluga. i
I lag down on lu-r already drenched garments I 'C'I'1-
: of a liver tonic. It will liudgin 5, file Best JOT 5c. : the wind chilling hvr to the other small mammals along with great beetles can be collected to good ad TiD- :' '": J

:2' i'ir liver to your entire sat- I! bone. Holding;: the child close to her quantities of noxious Insects, far exceeds tage during the first week or ten days John Sheppard liargis' Pharmacy ',. ,.

It will provide excellent' I,I to protect it from th" storm site lk>uu- the imsslble harm they do by tile after they appear. Tanners should not Sidney Kahn. i'I i
J. N. ANDREWS occasional destruction of poultry and place too much dependence on sprayingthe .
excellent circulation and dt'rl'I"1l till she at hut reached a hut, .' .'
: birds. critical examination of destruction of these I :,
i other A vines for the
through the window u: which came the Waffles with ,
.-' health. 0 fo Headquarters for .'* i light of a caudle, aiid fell exhausted the actual contents of about 2, llu stomachs pests. as recent tests have not always Hot French !;

T C., who does not wish his I against the door. In another moment of these birds showed that only been satisfactory along these lines. I Florida Cane Syrup at .;;, :tfl." .

.blished, says: I cannot rerun SEWING MACHINES. six of the seventy-three species foundIn !\
: 1' a man lifted her and her child Into UK I A Night Alarm. Solomon :

[ extending to you volun- hut. His hair and beard were white the United States are injurious. Worse than an alarm of fire at f
REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT Three of tbarc w rare that they 1It
.-. .;. ny sincerest recommendation but he had the erect bearing of one u'Iluot be considered. Of the remaining night Is tho brassy cough of croup 12.u CICtbItH t1lUJ. )

: ...' nKdicino you prepare and sell 13 louth Palafox Street. who had liV-en, a soldier. three tile fishhawk Js only Indl- which sounds like the children's EHHVSOYAL PILLS I
the of HEPATICURA "For bea\ ('lI'ykp, genera, saM I 1 .f
name do ri>cty! Injurious; honce but two remainto knell and it means death unless !U "what
-- ---- the man in broken Spanish, 1jj- MAFF. 't. Iu4le..trC$ !.,. r
r :ion of Its superior qualitiesa bo consi.lcrotl-vlz, tIlahiirp Is done ; N (,1I1'IIt TtI '" JIo..1SU < .
something quickly. Foley'sHoney 1" .
you out on such a night? : .i-c', "" 10 Ju,::, ..4 G..loI m.ic Ixm .....d 1: '

toner of the general system. o' & *;; '! "I am the wife of Seuor Garnet The ,. shinned and Cooper's hawks. Omitting and Tar never falls to give -_ .4 ,-.,.-"bbl.tO"....,.P...... .>.ut..Uulo 1..L..o..lhr.. ui Ifr!..11ao..... .\I It
using HCPATICURA, although Spanish soldiers have burned our house tlia Ms species that fed largely on Instant relief, and quickly cures the .1mN u....... 0"H.r ot 1'.,,...fiti. 'tt'mJ.ti or wo I 4*... J ''t

''! always been agreat sufferer and taken husband to Jail." poultry and game 2.212 stomachs were forms of L. I \"=" ;iff no .t.crr..I.-..ka.., re- i
my worst Mrs.P. Oor-
_.. tt.l ,
croup. ..... I
\____/ .'_,!- V.ll. 10 V-'I.1 5.4 b \.
examined, of which & cent contained .,. ,
per ,
and colds, I have "f-: '" said the man. "I served "." t'L'd'"h' krmlf.U.
cmstipation ariiet < .
dier, of :Mannlngton Ky., writes: ." ... '..J'.r 0'0 ,.., ,_ ,.. .i '
entirely relieved from both of Contract lld iiiWr's' under a Major Garnet In the States. mice and other small mammals, "My: three old girl had a severe "'
and venture to say We were Confederates. Hut \1M' wouldbe :27 per cent insects and only 3 percent :
ailments. case of the doctor said she
old to IK husband. poultry and game birds.! croup; t :
iww too your .
ard to the former, it has no
; PLANS SPECIFICATIONS AND I ".My husband is much older than 1. could not live. I got a bottle of Fo

I Lave used only two bottles ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT i lIe was iu the Confederate army and The Small Farmer Most Interested. ley's Honey and Tar; the first dose I I HARD

:TATICURA so far yet I find came here when the southern p oplo The average corn crop of nearly half gave quick relief and saved her life." l

-mal: weight of 140 pounds has SHORT NOTICE. J* ..c .< gun up the unequal contest""You this country is not above twelve bushels Refuse substitutes. W. A. D'Alem-

,'. reased nearly 10 pounds. First.CIaVork Guaranteed and I are welcome, poiiora, to what per acre. The yield might easily berte, 121 S. Palafox streetfiMitiG l :

1 take pleasure in recommendI'VTICURA References Furnished.; I have, but It is not much. I was with bo raised to twenty-live. TIll potato
to one desirin -
: any your husbai.dthrough; many a cam- crop does not run above 120 to lort BRICK
? the very best constitu- 414 IAST IXTI:XIHXCL\.
r to be had. Sold by all I paign and loved and admired him for bushels. This might be raised from

I a brave man." '_'IIO> to 3UO bus {'h:. Tho: average; yield

The old man helped- -her to a rutte -t can bo more than doubled and the I I

c.i\.GTOnXA. lounge before the fire heated some average profit more than trebled. But

, .j..... ... I"p K.rod You Ha\8 A'rtaysll/! liquor which he induced her to drink we are met right here with the objection ;
; .. A ': -t. I and warmed some milk for her child. that many farmers are poor. In ALMS\ ON HAND ?. 4' : \\i

(.t, III&Zu Then he went out to a neighboring debt, renters, one horse farmers ando .PI:10t09p'ap,
t ( .1I .
.. -- '-'- house and brought back dry clothing; !- )11. .It Is cl.iinied that these cannotPILES .I (, ,

after w-hich he left her for tile night ::oL,< S. Palafox Street. .HALF. ii {

t L9DU D1IISUTORYiiNIGHrsorpyTFxIAs. &'lIora Garnet spent months! In the i .. II '1!

I' abode Antoine Cavlllac a I/ouislina In Escambia County Circuit Court, I .

,,,. creole who had drifted! to Cuba, where State of Forida. In Chancery. i I -TO- f
: he had been employed In a tobacco Della looker a

house. The old man was happy In ministering vs.

1'ei.ica I. )Ue. N'). 8. K. of I1 to her comfort. During the with"1 inOVrrd the torlnrr of the dunned. Samuel C. Hooker.On !lONE MILLION '-11
protruding piles brought on by con.upa.tIin ; '
jB every Monday even day he was busy securing fcxxl and with whIch I was anilcted for twenty Monday the 4th day of May, A.
'_ < T.W at Cattle all, other necessaries for his guests, and In years. I ran across your CASCARLTS In tbe D. IJ.41
1H03 the defendant Samuel C.
4 I the Kloant Watson town of Newell. Itand never found anything
h K-ilU-njC tbtrdOoor.v the evening he would sit and tell the to equal them. To-day I am entirely tree from Hooker is required to appear to the '
,.i .tniibrtthreneorda1lyU senora incidents of his campaigns: : with piles and feel like a new man." bill filed against:; him Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing. f j
-named C. U.Ksitz Ull Jones St., Sioux City la.
; J, A. LLE, C. R. TAYLOR, her husband-how they had passed order to be published once '
; HORfitFR C. C.K. through the same battles. exi-rivnced CANDY each week for eight consecutive: I i <

K. A B.DISH Artistic Shoemaker the same hunger, faced the same wind necks in the Daily News, a newspaper : \Iti J.

and rain and at last suffered the same published in said Escambia County.A. ;
M. McMILLAX.Clerk ; lffl. ...I J
KINK WOl'.K A SrKCIALI Y. keen disappointment In having struggled -- '
in I mil HP N'l. 13ntst I of Circuit Court. I .Ji ..-',". .1
' : >\'. r\ 'I"I"'II fvculng at 7'Sit:: ;t fo Ions In a caue that was lost Dy p. I r. BURTON, D. c
, 4'ilit'; '1i! "Mrnir 1'nl.ifox and darJfQ Phone No.25. 9 North Palafox St "I left the major on the day after the TMDI WM lStID I; :!
Pensacola, Fla.: March 14 1003.Ml .
.!-, \'I.IIU.; luIJ'OflUllly! : In'Ited. I \ UaDacily 50,000 Daily. :
I have
said Antoine }
*> J. ALlLLlTJOl1M.ON. surrender. 4, oaw Sw i .1i
1.1'1. C. 0. never since seen him. Mniodby he
K of It A S.p .
UTHERN[ [EXES8CftTo [ Bald. 'If you ever sue IIK again, it' will Ple 'int. Palatable fount. Ttet Good DoQoud t;>=GOLA.Y=(J I +.
S be as a soldier In a foreign: army. At ,Never Hicken. Weaken or Gripe.ICe.2..c.ioc. J- '

It.lIhh ," J.u !.:". Nu. .'{0. Ii.. of lJ that time he exacted to offer his services ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Grist and Corn 9ills fticfllil1an Brick Co .1 :
|Meal |r it
J t Mllli.\t I mi.i.: Vo. *(, Knights: 01';' to<< the khcdivc of Eyjit.! BUriloj 1..04,C..puy.CUtm,Sodn.I. iw Tart 111MTfi ;: id
(I 'vitun..., m**..i e\ rv I liur-iln"" even- : all
< !I One afternoon firing:; was heard near RNP flnllJ and pn\Mntwi1 by drnc
.1: .:,''n' luck. In tbflr J uitl. hail,on II Si5t w CtKE: Tobacco Uablt. II. F. GONZALEZ A CO., Prop; i, Pine Barren :
r J1'! tOr. l.iiiin-Wnts.iii! bUilding. the railroad whkh l.iy about a mile Fla.
;' .,.,\.:-ten hl .D.:n-riif: kii&I'l uu:ir lire<>\ and cur'ii'illv Hu.l..n\ ...... OUlh-1 I I from the hut, and soon a number of In Hscambia County Circuit Court Msaaractcren I'1W I : *L.:._.. u.

', ** It. M.I.MON, Spanish soldiers came flying down tile I Irund. State of Florida.-In Chancery. CHOICE ME ALAND I'l'KEGUOl'HC ,

' ; .l 1. l.T\ P'L.. C. They were followed by troops Emmer Collington STOCK FEEl j W1WNNn /
K u' U !lad s f rto
wearing) a uniform unfamiliar to both vs. fktronlie Home ladaitry, for there I, :
and the ex-Confederate. Henry Collington. every reason yon ehoold boy TOUT Meal sac J.1
the senora Stock Feed from the Home M nnf otnrer'. all of the country.The They were United States troops of ISJrt.Arnomr On Monday the Cth day of April A. lor by 10 doing yon encourage borne Indai- LI flh1'I n
parts them was an old roan who D. 1903. the defendant Henry Collins- try. Your money li left In the commanlti It ..' ) .
ton is required to appear to the bill and you In tarn are Indirectly benefited ... ".
I'C'II""III.d ;*' So. 4 though weak and emaciated kept pace InfogterlQg the borne manufacturer yoc I:, r.: t. .
.. with the rest. on his face a k*>k of intense filed against him herein. Oontrlbate totbecmseof labor. You ow,
11"1.'rv, rv Ihnrsdav fvenmu at T.Si: at Southern Express Company This order to be published once It to the community in wlllOh you lire ac< 1 UR URTARANT
':.7IT haiiv I "? \\>it Intendeneia street fierceness. In his lumds a Krag- which contributes to roar inpport.
each week for four consecutive weeksin
'isitinc lirriLri-n cordi lly tnvltid.C.JoIlANsQN.r.. U. receives and forwards freight Jorgensen rifle, from which ho was the Daily News .
a published -
newspaper -- -- ------ -
(*. T.SiIiNuV.; Secfetary.K money, and valuables of all descriptions pouring 6lM at the Spaniards. in said Escambia County. UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S .

to Ml parts of the country, "It Is Senor Garnet: the woman (Seal.) A.1.. lc IILLAX. *
called to Cn rtn\c. "Call him." Clerk Circuit Court. SALE.
OF L. with connections for Canada Mexico -
Iajor.- called Cnvlllac.: "Stop! By B. H. BURTON.: : D. C.

Havana, Cuba, European points, : Here!" Pensacola Fla., March 9th 1903. Northern Dl Jrict of Florida.By I -r;.5 I

lsi.t-aI .\....eiit1y No. 1505. etc. '. .._* J>wis'fc- "Who are you, and what do you March 9, oaw4w. virtue of an Order of Sale issued ,. iiI

M.'. :. i,rst Monday In each month. want?" asked Garnet out of the United States District Court I "& -rlJ
The Southern
W. P. H.lUARP. Express Company i,
.VCCOSNELL, M. W. "1 am your former orderly, AntolneCavillac for the Northern District of Florida DAILY MENUS I t. r
miles of first- the ninth of 1D03:; ,L i iI
hecretary. operates on 30,000 i and I have'fOur yooug wife on day March. notice :
I \ .lt
is hereby given that I will sell
class routes, and in connection with I II I and babe here In my bouse." I by public auction. for cash', on Tues!' Comprise all the Up-to- ; 'f ; i

The the Adams Express Company on i Garnet flung down his rifle. In another HARPER !,day the twenty-fourth day of March Dite: Dishes the Mar.keteoftheWorld i ( t

Beer through way- bills, with through moment he was kicked to the, 903[ at 12 o'clock M., at Apalachicoa :

arms of his wire. Fla., the American steam; screw '
That Made ears and through messengers, per "Major." eafd Cavillac. "when I "Alpha", her engines. boilers machinery Afford. r i 1i t!' ,

forms a unified service, constitutingthe parted with you Virginia more than WHISKY boats tackle, apparel appur- ; \;. }

If Iever ( enances, and furniture, as she now I f
told that
largest of the kind in thirty years ago you me

'A I R !&MVICTORIA U UI the Money world.Orders eystein fWrf&'W:are sold! H4B at all> I i service.saw you asaln The! next It would time be I se in foreign yonyou lies at the wharf.United T. McGOURIN States Marshal.: I 4 I Ladies' Private I,4 ;:&iv11? "<>:

and In
are chasing Spaniards company lln lOt. Dining Parlor...* t tJj \

agencies of the Southern Express of the men yon. chased at Bull I .' t11J ,,{
Company at reasonable hours. Receipt Unn." II R" IH

". ntolne baa told me," said thg senora -
is given and money is refunded : J :; ;
to her husband "of mnny a gallant CHOICESTOF Regular Dinner I .
*.. rJfThis .. Daily. J j.
if order is lost.
VIADE BY ACME BREWING co. \ deed of yours that makes me more t

1I.r 10-CKM BOTTLE BEER is the cheapest way to send proud than ever." .. ..

mail other- : 'T>ld be ten you that be onoe saved \1
small remittances by or Short Orders Promptly
IN TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. my life from a Yankee saber rot fcj ; 1
BROS E. W. FOWLER, substituting" hht own skoirr Night or Day. :; Ijif: J.
"No. '
AGENTS FOB THE CELEBRATED Agent Pensacola, Fla. "The metal ornament en bis bat was ADELIGHTt'OLBEYEBAGE, -AT- !

I I. f, Harper Whisley.I. J. B. Roberts.Branch Depot Offices Store.: all Senor.that saved Garnet Mm had"been released from A SAFE $?STIMULANT C. APOSTLE'S, you wish,you'll find ItblNick ii ; fj:

Jas. Hansen Cor. Alcanlz and prisen by the btuecoats and Joined ApostIe's:1']

Gadsden. them In pursuing a common enemy.As A GOOD. MEDICINE 11 East Goraind St. ..;; 'i"I'
!!l Home-J01 8. Palafox street. soon as the war ended he took possession ,, Popular Restaurant
J. Williams, Cor. DeVilliers and For Bale byDannheisser I; II
R.R. Eichange-Opp. Union Depot. of his sugar plantation and Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand ;

1'. o. Box 2sl. Pensacola, Fla. Jacks Sol
Phones 268. i to $2.00 per dozen
116 dencia. Subscribe t

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general direction of harmony; but the which they: say warrant-them the Oldest and Largest
I Agency
greatest obstacle to any scheme yet i conclusion that the negro was con ;in

proposed for coming together is, first, I nected with not less than thirty w West Florida.ESTABLiSHt .

Bryan, who has the largest followingOf poisoning cases; that he was, indeed,j

i Entered at tie Post Office at Pen. any ether democrat, to control the a wholesale poisoner and one of the iMj.

q stools. Fla., second class matter. next National Convention and the most dangerous men known to police

other is the apparent prosperity of circles. for years.It .
"OFFICE: Pitta Building, 211* Knooiles
South Palafox street, op-stairs. the country. A majority of the American does seem strange that in a Bros

people do not want general Industrial city like Philadelphia, where civilization ,

THE NEWS PUBU8HIHG 00. and commercial conditions is well advanced, churches.

-Terms: Invariably In Advance. disturbed.Mr. abound and collections for foreign I

One Year by mall.,.$5 00 Bryan is for harmony only so missions are liberal, there should be I I INSURANCEAND

t Six Months 2 50 far as it will work in the interest of so fine a field for the practice of voo-
One week bj carrier, payable Monday
10 his domination of the party, and un- dooism and witchcraft, and of murder

less the party can be solidly united, through them. I- I

Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap it will be powerless to carry the election : /1 REAL
plication.TELEPHONE S rti
in 191H.ny serious collapseof ,
NO 118. the heavy speculative movements IN HER ROOM. 'j.r .
I 30!) South
that have been so rife for many i i 1'. i Palntt.\xrn.t,
Miss Hattie Gurkey, elderly -
months might, however, create financial tan
maiden lady, living alone'at 206 East Phone 22.
(. and industrial conditions: which\ ( Pns.\. : .i. F
Chase street, was found by friends in ,, '
would turn the popular tide againstthe
a paralyzed condition yesterday, Sheis -
repuolican party as it was turned t j I
OTSAOOLA, MAEOH: 20, 1903 conscious, but unable to walk, in
against the democratic party in 1S93.
which state it is supposed she has I CINIILtL.1G1X1.IThe :
But while such a possibility is not f A little red a little white delicately blended. That's
What's the matter with DavlJ R. been for the past day.
to be despaired of, it is not likely to
Francis of Missouri for a presidential come until the republicans shall have Medical aid was summoned, but the one way. Here's a better : Equitable

candidate. entered upon another term. After I extent of the paralytic stroke cannot Take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It makes the blood pure I

: be determined.JOE .
that there will be good ground upon and rich. You know the life
red cheeks Assurance
A good drawing card to bring more : steady Society
which to base prospects for a democratic
of the winter tourist travel to Pensa WINGATE
nerves good digestion restful endure.
vistory, but not before. sleep, power to Of the United Slate
cola would be an automobile speed WAS ACQUITED.In .
Keep the bowels regular with Ayer's Pills this
; way. ; HEMtY !I, InlIt'.ltlnllrr.: .
Now that the canal has
the criminal court yesterday will greatly aid the Sarsaparilla. Two grand family "
been ratified the next move for the i "Strongest in the "
Present indications are that the evening Joe Wingate, colored, was j World.
recalcitrants to make will be to harp medicines. Keep them oh hand. 3. a AYEB co., Loweu. MMS.
acquitted of the charge of having car
Florida Board of Health will not quar
the mighty task the United
amine against Cuba so long as no upon nal knowledge of a female under 18 | OUR WARRNGTON:
States is undertaking and the Impossibility -
_ cases of fever are reported in the Island years of age. --
of making the canal a suc I
FLORIDA WILL NOT PUT UP NEWS i is on sale Sv Mrs. y.I .
cess. But the engineers have considered The Perfection Working Overtime. Keefe at .
BARS AGAINST HAVANA. I i wro s aut": :.
And now the news reaches us that every feature of the great project of a pure, rich, unsweetened condensed Eight hour laws aro Ignored by ed to receive and receipt fc- ar, jys.

Miss Astor, daughter of Wm. Waldor and have declared that the canal milk is Dor en's Peerless Brand I New Yurk, March IS.-The Tri those tireless little workers-Dr.King's :' script ions. Residents of the ree..a.ticn -

_ Astor is going to marry Jouel Drat can be completed for a sum much loss Evaporated Cream. It is always bune's cable from Havana I New Lifo Pills. Millions areI may now be supplies.t' t:: .,

ano, the Roumanian foreign minister. than by any other route. It is known available for every use to which raw It is learned here authoratively says: that I always at work, night and day, curling iof the paper several heu-s trtr. tie

Well why shouldn't she if he Astor. that many lives will be sacrificed in milk or cream is devoted and is far in the of Indigestion, Biliousness, Constipation issue leaves the press.
the stupendous work:; and we shall superior to the average quality of event no cases of fever here, !| Sick Headache and all stomj .

An urgent request has been sent to not be surprised if the cost mountsup either. Prepared by Borden's Condensed Florida will not quarantine against i j ach, Liver and Bowel troubles. Easy, I MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES

President Roosevelt to visit Honolulu, to several millions more than the Milk Co. Cuba owing to the agreement reached I pleasant, safe, sure. Only 25c at W FROM $1,50 TO $12.50. SiXTY
between I :
but they omitted to mention anything estimates; but the people want the ; Surgeon General \Vyman A. D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 S. DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OL'R LAM|.
canal and it must be built. and the Florida Board of Health. This Palafox street. NATED
about bear in the islands. Perhaps poHony is regarded here'as of the
they have not heard that as a bear "Just in the nick of time our lit- greatest ONE. MARSTON & QUINA.
commercial importance.The ANNOUNCEMENT.Mr. .
t slayer.Teddy is a lulu. WITCHCRAFT IN PHILADELPHIA. tle boy was saved" writes Mrs. W.
Savannah News.: ) Cabinet this: evening decided John B. Vaughan has been
( Watkins of Pleasant City, OhIo \ ap- OYSTERS
The report comes from Jackson Our dispatches a day or two ago "Pneumonia had played sad havoc to let publicly the contract for. the pointed agent of the Xews at Century. AT NIC APOSTlES

yule that Mr. George Gould is to told of the arrest in Philadelphia of with him and a terrible cough set raising of the Maine and the Spanish I and He will weekly receive subscriptions and receipt for dally I Fine oysters today. Try then-
I and adver
build a magnificent winter home over George Hossey, a negro "herb doctor -I in besides. Doctors treated him, warships sunk along the coast of Cuba tisements and keep the News on handat Sic A PeSTLE,

on the east coast. It is to be hoped ," and Mrs. Catherine Danz, on but he grew worse every day. At his restaurant a| all times. I
length we tried Dr. King's New Dis- CREX GRASS FURNITURE FCH
that the report is true and that many the charge of having murdered Mrs. --- -
for Consumption, and our darling -
other millionaires will locate in the Danz's husband. The investigation was saved. He's now sound and New For Over Sixty Yean.
White Goods
state. We would like to see Florida which has followed is of such character well." Everybody ought to know, MRS. WISSLOW'S SOOTHINg HTRCP hal
I opened at the New Store been used for over sixty millions -
it's the only sure cure for Coughs, years by
become noted as the home of million as to cause the police authorities !-
1 I I Colds and all Lung diseases. Guar. Gray Goodman $ Rader. mothers for their children while teething 'WHY NOT THE BEST ? '
aires. to believe they have struck upon I[anteed by W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 S. with perfect success. It soothes the child. ;

a professional poisoner and workerof '! Palafox street. Price 50c. and $1.00. softens the gamsallays all pain,cures wind i

New Orleans is now entertaining a witchcraft whose dead victims num- !1! Trial bottles free.J'o NEW FREIGHT TRAIN colic, aDd Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea j

large number of brainy women. They I her not less than thirty and probably I PLACED ON L, &. N.j I It will relieve, Bold: the by poor Drogglits little In sufferer every pan immediately -i I! THE MERCTS>>

jmet in convention in that city yesterday more. It seems that alleged necromancy \ Xame Hats, $3.00value of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle
to resolute some more for women Commencing Sunday! morning the I I KII auk for "
clairvoyancy and fortune-tel- tare you I r Window's, Sooth: '
suffrage. That New Orleans : $1.98, at L. & X. will operate an additional : ng Syrnp. and take no othar! kind TRANSFER co.
ling are quite popular in Philadelphia,
tr should have been selected for the of the Gray, Goodman $ Rader's.A freight; train between Pensacola and t .
place of holding the convention shows specially among womenIany I' 1 Flomatou. This now train will be Fifty Pieces Mercerized : Having; bepn awarded the
most popular and most successful of Guaranteed Cure for IMIes for carrying the U. :S.: Mail b, ;w
that the movement is growing in the the fortune tellers and "spell work- I Itching, Blind, Bleeding or known as Xo. IS and ID and is sChetl.,1,I Piques and Oxfords just received -i the L. & N. Depot and POM o"

South. have dealings with Piles. Your druggist will refund your I uled to leave the city at 5 p. .. at j and al-o the excluivebagg',;; iv
(rs" decline to any I Imt'n. I lege all trains ,. .
money If 1MX.O OINTMENT fails to turning the next morning at i''i: on entering tl'
Their clients are women ecluvely Gray Goodman cjRader's. .
we are prepared to tran-ft-r DI/- .
The union coffin makers of Newark, you. ;30 cents o'clock. .
; and so numerous are the wo- : --- --- and passengers to and from t. '
N. J., hive demanded an increase in I I I tell .
who have dealings with the i ample bottles of Dr. Khmer'sSwampRot I rei-Uences and trams >id\
wages and also that the union label ', kirs of occultism that many of ca'l' See Hudsins: : new style of label. I TO CUKK COM !'\ OVK U.\Y the great kiJney.lim I night

be placed on each coffin. The strenuous latter have rich. !i Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All and bladder remedy, are being ditributd ?- : Prompt & Reliable Service Gncratftt
The News 10 cents
Try week, .
part of the demand wasiih ) per cruggt ts refund the money It It falls to here from hotie, free. Have !
George: Hossey; the nero "h'rb' delivered. urn K. W, Orote's I signature Is on tach We also conduct a Freight I iI) '. I'.
the labt-1. The
reference to employers I
box. ::.c. received one?
doctor," it appears, has been operating : you II i pry Business-haul putio- -iI.:
have declined to accede to this demand I ,
in Philadelphia: for more than machinery and furniture at ll< table -
and therefor a strike has been I Ij1Jring Price
t "casting spells "con I |
thirty years
ti ordered. : Telephone your orJr. t? F i.
." telling! fortunes and otherwise Pou's Livery !Stable Plum.

playing upon the ignorant, superstitious ;Mr, H, H: JlallmaikX H" :
History tells us that during one ot' Phone 314.MERCHANTS,
and criminally inclined among
Caesar's triumphant marches through i ,
4 his clientele. To read of Hossey'smethods
Gaul he remarked to one of his officers -I: : TRANSFERCO,.
: wonder if the''
I makes one
that he would rather be first Can '. ms. H. H. H.U.UT.-\HJ\ ,,
I narrative has not to do with Central I anyone suppose that we ;
there in Gaul than "he second in
Africa, cr Hayti. or San Domingo, instead : HARRY HALLMARK Trjn<.f r ''Agt; .
Rome." and that scorns to be the sentiment
of the great, intelligent\ and would double the of L..t N, it. H. '. o.PatP.tA div.
of Mr. firyan. He had ratherbe necessary-cost
I I civilized American: city of rhJ\lI'I.1! :
the leader of a defeated: democratic
phia. Hossey was an adept in voodoorites :
party than be in .a subordinate position our brevirigvithout a vital reason ? PENSACOLA
I practicing all sorts of incantations -
in victorious campaign.The I '
II and preparing for his customers'

two largest passenger engines I amulets. and charms of various kinds I Pressing ClubFOR

ever built have just been received! by He made use of dried leaves dried Would we spend so much on cleanliness ? Would we cool the

the Chicago and Alton railroad In roots, strands of hair bones of frogs beer in plate glass rooms ? Would we filter all the air that touchesit GENTlEMEN

of animals, etc.. all of which he
order each weighs 173 tons. i
working of ? Would we age it for months in refrigerating rooms ? Would
possessed supernatural
i The tender carries 2nnrtrt of claimed were

i coal and Sod gallons of water. The I powers. He prepared effigies to we filter itVould we sterilize every bottle after it is sealed ? One Dollar Per Month

six driving wheels are SO inches in represent the persons: to bo hoodooed 1

diameter, cylinders :2\2S inches firebox Some of these were shot with silver In Advance to Membershi,

loS' inches long and 72::! inches bullets; others were dropped into a ; Can that it is Clothes' Cleaned and Preys a!
the victims anyone often as deirpd. Your CI. .
wide. The tube boilers number :H2S stream to drift away just as -j -0 suppose
sent for and delivered.
and are Zit::!I feet long and 2'4 inches I life would drift out of the world 9'\j :South Palafox and Join '

in diameter.It when his mysterious powders were our goodrather than Club

;' administered. j :

is noted in thin New York Marin! There was no faKe about the pow j i your good-that we Latos'' Plain Skirts a Spec-: "*

Journal a lurk railing frcm the pho- tiers, as is believed to be shown by ': Yours for Xeatne.

hibitkm city of Portland Maine 1m the Dar.z ca"e. The powders contained'
it ?
cleared from P.oston with -a cargo of : a poison which, administered as the ,, serve by G. W. IRWIN.

40.000 hogshead and lilt barrels of i negro directed, would certainly pro-! -
rum and (;MJ packaes of tobacco besides duce death. That the "herb doctor"

a large;: amount of general cargo was in the business of dispensing: i We do it to attain absolute purity- to :avoid the Hot Chocolate with

for the rum and tobacco users of poison for the purpose of putting peo-1 I! remotest possibility of germs to make: Schlitz: Beer : :mon's.Whipped Cream, at Solo-

South Africa. So we see how the plo out of the way was shown by thej I
't healthful the of
to cause the lack
the escape ; -- H-
detective in
missionaries blaze
# i: commercial interests follow close after guise of a patron. The dectective intimated '1 of age and proper fermentation. STEAMER LINE .SCHEDULE

1 I them with anything they can soil to Hossey, in the course of I

gold confidential interview, that he -
to the most profit measured in their I

; lot it be rum tobacco, opium, or idol:. had a wife that was in the way and Why a common Between PI-nllacola and SHIun-.Ttl

of whom he would like to be rid. I accept Hans Ialljr Except hurulay

4 DEMOCRATS GET TOGETHER The "doctor" told him that could be
beer brewed without "
NEXT YEAR. easily arranged and gave him a powder any "CITY OF TAMPA.

(X. O. Picayune.The to be administered to the fictitious L.TMlltoo_ 6le am I.vPeEKacol, ft*

Democrats of the Northern wife, receding therefor a certain fee. of these precautionswhenSchlitz i Pt'Jl81O.:0Ia.IIJJam: : At Milton 'ta
Fare*oc; Round trip.ll v
States have recently made several The powder was taken to a chemistand

to bring the leaders analyzed, and was found to contain Beer \
important attempts costs more ? yI "
of the conflicting wings of the a certain active poison. The no '\. JEWELER
party into a state of harmony, and this connection of Hossey with the Danz r Ilia Mtn I

has been done through the medium of case followed, and arrested

dinners given by important Democratic In his rooms the police found clues Your dealer may prefer to furnish a beer that pays a NEW STANDI

\ organizations in the principal little more profit; but does it pay you to permit it ? Isn't

cities. pure beer Schlitz Beer worth asking for ? "'sf fry use
( The latest of these was a dinner Constipation O trmtry tiltung. have moved my jewelry ', to

: given by the Iroquois Club of Chica 20 South Palafox formerly ''

go last Monday. The Iroquois is a Ireadachebilousnessheartburn, Indigestion 1 lied by Base & Co., and am '*

famous club, and exerts a large influence ,and al liver Ills are cured byffootf's letter prepared than ever to t .
upon the party in the state of Pills teat bargains In diamonds,watt '

IllinoisMany\ leading democrats werfpresent m J eWo.1lry, etc. Call and see! ice & I 3

and the speeches were in the Sold by all druggists. 25 cents. U BEAR &, CO., Wholesale Agents for Pensacola. I et me convince you _
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AN I W. C. O'NEAL President; M. E. CLARK, Cathie; ': : .

Think;; at Lrl One Traveling CAUGHT AT RANDOM FALLING HAIR 8. J. FOSHEEYice.Presidenti JOHN PFEIFPER, Ass't Cashier. 'r. JiJ! .'*

,. ? a- soon Man think of starting :....., I AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK T 1 r

mileage books and :
i -my "About as good aa evidence of the
C' ', carT out on a trip without Save Your Hair with OF PENSACOLA, FLA. ., .
.". business of the town is the rush to 1' }ilJ }

e".r* : '' Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets be seen daily at the telegraph offices," Designated Depository of the United States. t : :Ii1 \. !W1

ia-! 1\, ,\-.,i.--,n's' said a St.a Louis traveling hardware man said a business man.1 "I have never Shampoos of Condensed Statement at the close of basinet Feb. 9, 1913.: t,,. i '" fitil

been '
v. able to see an idle operator in
> ._. \\ ':. Decause I have to I either of the local offices and must RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. :; r '

: .,, at all kinds of hotels and LOallsand Discounts..... ...... ..... ... .. $336,072.95Demand ; Capital Stock ...'... .... ..... ... ..... .... $200.000.00 JI ) [
' ',-,.s. I have to eat good.I say that while exasperating delaysare Coticura Loan9..r...... .... l!!' .SC654rerdrafts Surplus ...... .... ....... .... .... ...... .. .... 20000.00 'li tt"i
: : 1. all hours sometimes encountered, still taking Soap and Dressings ) ...... .... ...... ..... .. ..... .... 1,16002 Undivided Profits... .._ '..... ..... .... .... 690.76 ;, ,"tr i':
'1. .'. 'ifitTtnt food at everything into consideration the U. S. Bonds and Premiums........ ...... 213,806 Circulation ..... ...,.. .. ...... .... .... .... 125,000.00 l ff1L t{r it'
,, ,y and night and I don't be- of Cuticura Stockssecurities, etc... .. .... .. .... ...... 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid,.. ..... ..... ...... ..... .. 180.00 :Sf.z.fti !1. kf! ,
( ','., "!aa's stomach \\ill stand city has an admirable telegraph con Furniture anJ Fixtures.... ..... .... ...... 6.71848 Deposits .... .. ...... ............ .. .... ..... 565,649.34 [
; without nection with the world at large, and Cash. and Exchange....... ..... .. .... ..... 2 ,1702" ',' l' "
!. ., r'.f thing protest. I .

".", i ,'. i )Know mine won't. It has further has two telegraph managf'rsI' _ _ '(t.,I t.: : 11, !Ji:'

'" .,.' -,iriethir.s to break the fall The who have fact that their mistakes work well against in hand.the l'iirest Sw eetest t Most t Effce Total.. .... .... .. .. ...... .... .. .... ...... $911,420.10 Total... .. .. .... .... .,..... .... .. .... .... 1911,420.10 I ;t Pq I.

i -' rt's I)) i,ersia Tablets is This bank opened for business October 23, 19o0. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give : ; I 1
Pensacola offices are very rare em- badness courteous! and careful attention. *
.. i I fill back on. and 1 Economical Remedies your prompt ; t \ 'I'

:v t .. ,'n1-'! often "jobh" me about phazies the competency I of the local 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. !' a.II a.
management. really believe that
. r ". I'm an easy mark for pa-
there are not more perfectly conducted II i
. ., ..i me fakers, that advertised Qi; \
: offices in the district than are the For Making the Hair Grow when : : ;! '
etc. but I
humbugs, '
arr ,
". two branches in this city, and that is I. iI I'

t' .:, it they are nearly alwaysr i I saying a great deal." All Else Fails. .'I"t'J'.1'.1..',.!}i'-, :-,
aches and .
: : UK of their !I -, I t. ; ft.'
. poor digestion! while I cant 1-: ; ; :
"What's the matter with the Hi- ; "r'
Prevent baldness and cleanse the
S. : : any old Kind of fare and I II ; .. : .
an 1 ready for my work bernians; they are now missing the scalp! of crusts, scales and dandruff with v

f S i,. ils me, arid I believe I time of their lives," exclaimed an shampoo3 of Cuticura Soap, and light :::

..,.I d digestion! and sound ardent Irishman last evening. "The dressings with Cuticura, purest of e 5)) Ml7nfrj\t20M@ e rf;

., of !Hibernians, you recollect were the emollients anil greatest of skiu cures. l.V\9UW )
, > The! : daily regular use
in first people in the city, and state for This treatment at once stops falling I 'I"J'J: !
ia Tablets,
1" -! !p? year '
S. that matter, to keep in memory. the hair, removes crust scales! and dandruff .
\' ,- it. and all the "joshing"ill I I .'f ,I i '1i 1\.
: Dewey victory at the Philippine capital destroys hair parasite, soothes ,
. : ;,.! \\ never convince me ';
. ,','r,1ry. on May 1, and from year to year, irritated, iti'liiug surface, stimulates : ;f;: ," II f1

to Lave heartburn about ''on each recurring May Day, have the hair follicles,loosens] the scalp skin, _I! I II., .Ii 1\1'; \. "
paraded and carried the large hand- supplies the roots with energy and <-,1 I
a Ar and a headache i' .
S painted portrait of the hero at the nourishment, and makes the hair prow ----_ '' j' ; r
week I| --- I
or faur times a f .
head of the column. Now I would upon a swet't, wholesome, healthy : :
: -<'mdm for this for four or scalp hen all else f.iils. B. H. FAIRCBILD, CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, DO YOU KNOW ., I'i J
make this suggestion: Admiral : r
for Millions rely on Cuticura Soap, '
around now
1 began to look cr i :xx: : o ij e *r E n. :r::n ; ,
'- ,md found it \\hen my doc1 I Dewey and Rear Admiral Higginson a Uteil by Cuticura Ointment, the No. 30 South Palafox street, for your BEEKMAX LUMBER CO. have h i ka

a. 1 ;-, the best Investment I are close: friends. I understand, that great and skin beautifying cure, for the preserving skin, for, purifying cleansIng .-. 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. electrical work. He is prepared to large stock of dressed studding '..'1 1': :, t : .

r ..:vi' would be a fifty cent I the 11mmanJ" of the North the scalp of cru-ts, scales and :aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a do you a flrst-ch9 job at moderate and joist4. Get their prices before 1 .

'. -' uirt's Dyspepsia Tablets I Atlantic squadron and the renowned I dandruff, and the stopping of falling Specialty. ; price Ph> ne 203. I, buying. d61m )jur'jur'rl"rl"' (
., admiral of the na\y are very closeto hair, for !softeuingrhhening und Ph.ono 4OO. I : 1 :
.' ,; invested about fifty cents one another. The fleet,so far as now soothing red, rough and sore hands, !I .__._ __ __,- h -_ .- -- ._.__ '' .';'
I i for them ever since and for baby rashes, itching; and chafing*, 'i'f'r'

. -toI) to think that that is Known will be here until six days in the form of baths for annoying :
for after Dewey Day. Now my suggestion irritations and inflammations: or too .SPECIAL SALE. f : j r:
5' : .' I 1 -\l'n.'pry day cigars. .. .. ;
is that the local A. O. H. endeavor free or offensive perspiration, in the :
.' < shaking hands with myself NOTES :
! > at once to enlist the aid of form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses NEWS ; I.
, S in keep my stomach and di- and many sanative, antiseptic -AT- i .
e '. in first-class order for fifty Admiral Higginson in an effort to purposes, which readily suggest themselves L--- ,

. month. I don't care for any make the first of ;May of this year one to women and mothers, as wellas j :......-
: i
of the grandest naval displays imagin for all the purposes of the toilet, >
A. II. Metzer, commercial
a man
life Insurance. bath anti nursery Sale greater than BRAWNER'STo
each of the'
,. Iruggist! tells me they are the able. Detachments from the world's product of other skin cures. from Mobile, is in the city today. He

r popular of all stomach modi-' fighting ships could ba placed in Sold throughout the civilized world. is at theIerchants..
marching line, headed Ly their several '

,. S. :and' .pularity that they and have success maintained because bands and people would swarm hereto and know what port will be the most The little daughter- Mr. and Mrs. make room for my Immense Stock of Spring i' :tilbl<}

., as advertised. They bring see the show. In addition to that advantageous outlet for their product. Harry J. Blumijr, who has been veryill Goods which is now Arriving Daily. ]|' 5 :n
himself could hardly resist :
,. md results are what count Dewey Pensacola is the chosen port, and now is much improved. : ,

'i', medicine as much as in the opportunity of accepting in- toe name of your city is on the lips I S j4 ''U'"
', \itation to come down and spend of every Memphis shipper. Mrs. T. J. Gilbert and child of Eu- 3000 yards of 7 9 Soft-Finished I 30 doz Men' All Wool Red Undershirts :J', I'"4 .
wire.p.E'.T : Bleached Domestic, worth 60,. to ; worth $1, pecidl 73c ; drawers I
the day in the only city in the country faula[ are in the city for the purpose t
make room, at 4e yard. match. .
which has continued to do him honor "The race for the marshalship of visiting the war vessels.Mr. I 47 Ladies' Rpady-to-Wear RainyDay .
STONES FOR SALE 3t"JO yards Fitchville .J.J Bleached
sii'ce the ;Manila exploit of five .years, is getting down to a fine point and |I Domestic, worth 9c, to make room, Skirts, worth $1.50, !special ': "t.
ago. I would urge that the loyalmembers has practically narrowed down > to Filo Turner left on the 12:13: I Iat 7c yard. 9Sc each. ; '
; ,tK Thomas has 120inns train for Auburn Ala., after :9 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear. ; ; :
of the "ancient order" take three men said a well-informed yesterday I 23X; ( ( yard* I/rndale and Fruit 44 all )
\ Lava Stone spending a few days here. Bleached I)>Tne-tic, worth luc to i iI Day Skirts guaranteed! wo Ii '
np this matter at once. It wouldbe politician. "According to my judg worth $1 ?p cul Qale ?:2.1S each. ;
crossings etc the greatest thins in the history meat, the throe foremost men now are nitke/onm at b14.j yard. I I 6U LadieBlack: and \: :
be Donald :McLcllan city editor of the I 10.000 4 1 LTnbl ached Do- J "
'\ Samples can of the order and would also be equal. Anderson Wilde and Nee, their respective yards \Vor-ted Skirts, worth $1.50, !; i '
'()'s. store, South News, is confined to his home by ill mpnic, worth Gc, to make rooi, at ''salpJ each. :'
SI ; mlT-tf ly as great for the city. standing being. in the order ness. lie will probably be out in a 4c;- prd. 37 Lad!"-.' I'.lack: Tailored and .' ; :'

i'a I' named. Anderson I" making a calm IOU yards 10-4 Gold Brand Sneetinar. ured :Skirts, worth $2 GO to ?6, -I ,' s
"That railroad from Memphis is quiet canvass and i;; heins assured few days.Sheri worth 11'Ic. to make room at 13i sale $l.Ii!) tn $I 9 each. '',':
100 doz 11 en's All Wool :
'e Mother's Friend surely coming this way," remarked a of the s'i!>ort of scores uf voters; yard. :'
II!' I U '. i"',r. -v; ; fails Is Bor- commercial man at the Escambia. "1 Wilde is unablp, just now. to be Geo. E. Smith is in Jacksonville lot*)) yards! 1IJI Pcpppral Bleached !''I Lit Hair$1 Undershirts drawer to ,match.worth J in I.DO. at'I: 1 I i
where he will attend a convention Sheetihp, worth 23eto make room, ; j ;
," I: ,: !'' i';"1 Condensed Milk. was Memphis recently and everybody I among his friends but his lieutenantsare and Fawn colors. j ,
at Ib34c: yard.
:' 1 1 1 ', i' ...> adapted to infants, was talking! of the proposed working and saying it is false of sheriffs. to be held today 7";0 yards 10 4 P' prera] Bleached I 25 doz. I5.>y's and UirU' ; j'if.Hed j'if. '.,
and tomorrow.C. and Fleeced Lined Undershirts "
I. .: '.. '; highest scientific I road for which incorporation articles that their man has made promises Sheeting, worth :'J5c! to mike room, 25e; drawers to match. f "J,

p. V, ," ,in' feed on Eagle and everything else) needed have been, attributed to him; but the most C. Johnson of Chipley and J. S. at :20s: yard.Remember. I 21 df'z. BoyVand Girl's Gray << ..

.. in I Xee, we carry a full line of Red All Wool Undtrehirts \,
gain at
; :: a :-tca Boys'; Pants from 3 to 16 age, at I' drawers to match. #
dealers. are anxio'is: that the who is among: his fri operators, are guests prices; to !suit everybody. We carry a full line of : : II ;\
line be built at once, and one said teme I \ day, and I kinhe is gaining :Merchants today. 70 doz ;Mail's Heavy French Neck Men' and Boy's and Girls' ( ; {

Carl and see the Crash that he had a thousand dollars i strength! each day. Pcliad. Credille Moreno Undershirts, special 20c ; that we ean save you :lioc on. :: .ri

.''((4it.' at to say that the road would be rushed] and the other probable dark horses Mr. Apl'lcberho was recently drawer to lU<1tch. Rfmemb"''r-We carry a full : : f,' .
60 doz Men's Flpeced Lined Undcrsinrt of1'11''; Clothing Ilou nt at bOo ; .
Gray, tiorxlmun $ Rader's. down this way much sooner than isexported. i are not forgotten, the present mar bitten by a cur dog is reported to be I "' worth oOc, !special 33c ; i dollar. We will clo=e them out -

The fact is, the projectorsof i shal!; having friends: working among much improved. He is at his: homeon drawers to ma: tchI ijut'j I j :, price oil other merchants. 1 IA j'!
Hot Fi ench Waffles with I' 1
the route foresee the early construction negro -voters. Credille himself is Little Bayou.B. I .I--.. .'fl.. It" ,.

Florida Solomon's Cane Syrup at of the Isthmian waterwayLENTEN '',confident lost considerable of re-election strength but lately he has I G. Peters, who owns considerableland I We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress :fll !;'li:1:

am afraid." along the P. & A. railroad, ar ,! Goods at New York Wholesale Prices. .;''t I .]

s I rived here yesterday from Manistee, fr

-I can't understand why the Teri Mich., for the purpose of looking over AGENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS. ,;r *. ,1))

,0: SPECIALTIESAT i i I minal Company does not give free his holdings.

|I.: organization passes department to the" 'ester members said a ay.friend.of"I the think of city that that fire: A.\\'Borland. 1-'. McKenwe and J. and H. daughter DiinUm R.of mm nnlcc, F.p E. BRA| W fj [ [R] .; \L }

.SOL CAHN & CO'S.:1.0nu ,.. I the f.remen are as much entitled to GreenvIlle; are among the visitors to 'f :
.. ic5 S. Palafox St '
I ride tree as the. policemen, awl fur the city today. They come to see the \ L" 1J. i:1

ther. I think their duties are more im hatleships and are stopping at the I"

*XIUM v \ :11.:;....\CKKKKII COIII-'ISIl' GUKK\T SOtT-SHKl.lj itCH'I'IOl' TL'KTLK;:, CUAB4.risn MIXT. (i,\: portant.make application If the proper to the persons officers of would the I I. Merchants.The FORGOTTENTHAT <* \ q.,4IEI., II' .[f fI

!olllt-\J! 0111-1"11, have.
: of County
I triends I :
BUIATKHO. HIITKUKO iii:Ilt iN. company for such a privilege numerous I ,';. ,
\ \ til TINNY riSII. '!'no doubt hut that it would be grant- Commissioner J. B. Roberts will be !. EHCACEMENT? i'

First-Class Grocery. PHONE J78. :, ed." pleased to learn that his condition is. I I Ice Cream Parlors, ; :
( \ rMhing! Generally Kept a _ ... A JK > .y* y k reported improved today. Mr. Uol I I t "
'. and weakness due to the '': S. I'iil.ilox Stii-ct.' ,
(1\ "" %%% Languor erts is suffering from a severe attack I > ll;)
,'O.W.9' .. depleted! condition of the blood, are Did the fact that you were to meet .

i overcome by Hood's' Sarsaparilla: the of gastritis. Smith at noon slip your memory? NEWLY : ,

': great utalizer. Did you neglect to buy those articles \
There will he important meeting REFITTED AND FURNISHED.
; wanted?
of Fidelity Lodge No. CS K. of you I"\
How about that commission your All Kinds of Creams Ices Glaces
!I Maritime.Arrived. P. tonight at which every member f
I .
% wife gave you t) fill? Fruits and Cakes. .
I is urg to bo prcst-nt. Work: in the I ." y
4 rank of esquire and other important PRIVATE PARLORS FOR
business. Members of sister lodges OR PARTIES. 4-4
August Belmont, Er ss. 20C7, Rogers We have:: 'em all sizes dnd all sorts : Iii
cordially invited to attend. Maillaird's Candies a Specialty. { : r i
Tampico to Gulf Transit Co. with the pever-wear-out sort of bindings :
m20-lt.:: the splendid paper, fit for either PHONE 602. j4N:
I 1.
for all kindsof
Cleared. and -----
or pencil rulings -- -
Br ss August Belmont Rogers, for The first detachment of men from, pen purposes. I''A. BINKLEY ; }) J \)
Bon Bons and Chocolates. the battleship Iowa, headed by the! C. desires friends t
Tampico by Gulf Transit Co., with The Prices Range from 5c. to $1.50. ''tlil:
vessel's band and a construction I and the public to know that he hag.. t .
coal valued at $lOZ") sell .a .good '
D.SHII tons And too, we can you '
UKIJ: l)1LICJOU4V. : squad were landed at Palafox wharf [ Moved to Room 60S: Tbiesen build- If ''A
Br ship Kings County. Slater pencil to go with it with a protectorto i
I this morning and traversed the usual log, where he will continue aa heretofore : h4j
by H. H. Thornton the or a fine fountainpen
A. I Rio Janeiro save point : j
t route of march. There were about a general law practice. i :
with 1.674/inO' s ft lumber valued at tnat will write readily and all the I _> 'oJ. iI

[)rll i t and Apothecary.; 121 South Palafox St. 1 I $23.0M( >. 200 the in lim corpse.including membersof time. I I Hot- French Waffles with \'' r\f, to1,. :'fJ

--- --_.- I Sailed.Dr Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon'g. ;H ;.'., ; !
ss Induna for Gumbsy.Dutch TO CCKK A COLD IN ONE DAY, '::1f ;

DR. H. MOCK ss Heelsum for-Gijon.- Take Laxative:: lfMl Rrnrao I. Quinine on Tablet every M. OOE :i1" J1. J

J. Ladies -are cordially--- invited ta in- Tbtslanature boX, 55c. H E. W. PEAKE, :f(: :;- 4.1 1I

Pattern hats, on of Spring fash- Electrical contractor and builder] ;;
spect my Spring Millinery opening 'I "
Tuesday Wednesday, and Thursday, ions. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, will do your electrical work in first- I ::

DENTIST. Mrs. N. Bowers at Mrs. N. Bow- clan style and at reasonable: rate?. : j !Ji
*) m March 24, 25 and 26. March 24, 25, and ,
street. 203 South Palafox Street, He can be found at 30 South Palafox ': .. 'V
art South Palafox l street. trs, on South Palafox ;. -

..... PENS AGO LA, Fla. Phone 203. 1';.". : n'(1'itreet. ;!:
2S15 Old Building. Pon Collars 10c Mrs. N. Bowers will have her opening -- u_ u Iiciieve :1.iI
Palafox Street, Armory Ping $ I -
Saturday and of new Spring Millinery, Tuesday, aiative ftromo Amnine ;
( {OWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. for Wednesday, Thursday., March 24, 25 .A P1l t

Mon dat,. and! 26. CurtlICoI4IDOIIeDq, :J t9. C ,'rpvp 110I. 2c :* t.JS

PEXSACOLA, FLA. Gray, Goodman $ Eaaer- I

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II I .



I Your Kidneys. Mrs. WU"CIltife of Herbert W. u tlP.II'! ; RATES FOR ST. ANDREWSLINE. Curse

CURIOUS FACTS ABOUT THEM' NOT I Bo-en United: states minister to .
KNOWN. Unhealthy Kidneys Hake Impure Blood.
I Venezuela, \ fao b acting as Venezuela's OF

All the blood in your body passes through : commissioner before she stimulate tbe TORPID LIVER, -
Tie Serf** of Taste Are ParalT'lt'd kidneys once every three minutes. was married a Gdvcston girl. Their strengthen the digestive organs,
Coil your regulate the bowels, ao4 are unequaled The Pen! acola, St. Andrews and
by nitlier Very: Hot or Very: I The kidneys are your took in Caracas and DRINKCURED
Wonderful wedding place as au Gulf Steamship Company has fixed
Liquid The Ear la a : cr- : blood purifiers they filter -
I Lie Simon afterward, it is said, a revolutionary the following schedule and rates to
: Organ-Ike Eye: Ea.llr Dec..h'rd.For r t.P out waste or \NTI-BiLIOUS MEDICINE
and apply between Peasacola and the
I / impurities in the blood.If army a governmentarmy /
some unknown reason differentparta they are sick cr out met by chance on a mountain In malarial districts their virtues are points named: bY

of the tongue ere assigned for ..' _. cf order they fail to do behind the United States widely recognized as they po& :!speculiar
1 legation properties in freeing the SCHEDULE.
different tastes. .
tta. jMwptlon of their work.
I ,'hid is located in the environs of system friwn that poison. Elegant) WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.
nth the tp; v/e taste sweet substances '. Pains, achesandrheu. coated. Steamer Tarpon will leave Pensa-

and salts! with the back we taste bitter I matisra: come from excess Caracas. When the Mausers began sugar cilIa every Tuesday night at 8:30

"Uings! and with the sides we taste I '- cf uric acid: in the to pop and the flash of the rifles Take No Substitute. o'clock, after the arrival of tile Mo. A'otatte, A'ooditr. Ian t, '

:.cid';. The middle part of the tongue .I I blood: due to neglected: showed rod on the verdant hillside, -- bile train and the P. & A. accommodation trattrtea WhIm Ribbon, or coffee U..nlt'dYIIcL'riki>ut im. .' ;;:
kidney: trouble. train. This
enable "'
surface Las scarcely any sense of taste trouble Mrs. Bowen rushed out to the piaz Manofactnrfaft Farmerm. a I the d leas'd appetite foralcn'lants :...Jwtroj.'
I I Kidney causes quick or unsteady: person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m., ,,.Iher toe pntientis ;ffii
: at r.ll. heart beats and makes one feel as though zaihcre, Hr. }Uowen long before Every farmer should be a manufacturer make close connection at Pensacolaand Inebriate, -tippler-,- nn-ml a' "'.' .", -n4i

a The long named substance parabrornboiizoic tney had heart trouble, because the heart is I inured to warfare of the caliber continuously and sell as little raw material off reach St.: Andrews the next drunkard.for ImponiblcrorntiTiBDpetlte ,!.. :", **<*!or-

i I sulphiulde! pro-luces a most reruarkaMf over-working in pumping thick kidney- served in Venezuela, the farm as possible. By manufacturing morning at 7 o'clock.PASSENGER. White kibbonkemeay.1"Hlrobilic "- a-:. "-_-,'

: effect, for it gives a sense ofsweetutss poisoned blood through veins and arteries.It up beef. pork mutton, butter, cheese,
to the point of the touue used to be considered that cnly urinary was unconcernedly puffing a cigar. milk and many other products be can KITES. Indorsed by UcmlieiH or W c T.r

and of bitterness to the batk. Pure troubles were to be traced to the kidneys "\rhY, what is the matter?" she make two I.rollts-for instance, that of The passenger rate from Pensacolawill M n. Msnre.prec 4 sMpirln.., .<, ,, Ito.
water tastes sweet after sulphate ct1l1Ilgm'Sla. but now modern sience proves that nearlyall asked and glanced apprehensivelytoward the cattle raiser and the cattle feeder be as follows: tura men's, CHlifornm.CbrUtian'1IHII..: .... I i ,"., \'ra-
constitutional diseases have their begin- tEe sound of "Oh To St. Andrews and St. Andrews \* hilA Ribbon KoniASy .. t, ''"
tiring. There is no economy in raising the cat on \> 1 ci.
in kidney tcuble.If ?-$6 00 round drunkard ,and .
ning point ; trip $10. the cure JR\ :
taste things in solution only a battle )Ir. Bowen replied. tIe and growing and harvesting the 1.1:
We can only you are sick you can make no mistakeby To Apalachicola and Carrabelle- In many eases tb<' Kt-nirdy lOa. "

; hence if the tongue were perfectly first doctoring your kidneys. The mild 'But are we not in danger Mr. fivd and then selling both the cattle {360; round trip $l5. I dor cretly.<. While I cheerfully Ribbon Knif'-rnm-:,-. > 1'1",.: ,.l 3 r-

dry it would Iot b) affected by tbe and the extraordinary effect cf fr. Kilmer's i nvwenlssun' her of the mild nai and feed to some one else to furnish These fares include flm-ciass our Union are dpligiM tu"u M "_;

frtronirest Cavorutl subsume in a dry I I Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy is I i ture of the battles, and, although it the beef product. Why should not the cabin, stateroom and meals lineal 1II'ork.trt'ltDlentoald" ... ,' : v'*'":""
state. I I seen realized. It stands the highest for its the first time s-he had been "un farmer feed his own crops to his own Further information can: be securedby

The taste nerves are para 1}zed byvtry wonderful cures of the most distressing; cases I' was cattle and market Lis own beeves, thus applying at the company's offices Druggists or by: mill.I Ji 1 u. ..;.
I and: is sold on its merits ...", der flri fhe returned complacently in the Tbieen
building. free
ht oreiy cold liijuids.! : After Saving all the cost of LyIng each soparatcIy. Mrs. A. M. Townsend
|i fop
tlriiikln very lot or ice culd water I by all druggists in Iftysample ,1". ........' :.;,.;..:';;;;:.- to her needlework! and never after briiiirins thenu. together and I I years secretary of a Woman's C'r.s-
cent ar.d one- 1 ar 511."t: .., !
g. : allowed the about Venezuelan"wars" 1
:e could not taste oven suth a sub : es. You may have r.-b, scares l'OJILiliugthl'lII? Tanners can feed CARPENTRY AND ain: Temperance Union'. 2\S\ Tr nc-i|

.tai as uif.u; ; Tins fact: supplleji : bcttle by mail nome<'f SW"'JRolOl I and "battles" to perturb her. their own live stock at less cost than SI, Boston Mass. *>> ,

i u--ftil hint for eoLsun.ers of ill aninl'.chies. free also pamphlet:; ; telling! you how to find I anybody! else. ELECTRICAL WORK : hannah Bros., 21 S. 1'al) i'"..

I \' ....'(! o'-t if you have kidney or bladder.:!: trsutle! Superstitious! Anxiety. I -- -

: :.1.\1.! thov.i! tl-e hast useful, is the Mention this paper wren writing Dr. Kilmer : The advent<< of the year 1903 has Coming Auto Hace. ,
< 'Vet. Cc Co.. Einghamtin, N. Y.Dn'tin.ile I Ring; np Pearl & Dolive, phone 660,
: ">-t 'Miiti'i' of all our hoii I I if von have electrical t.iii.s"I..
any carpenter or .
smell: th!!>! II I.'
rounder the Trench
superstitious' in the champion; henry i '11I
I I cinong work you want well done. I.I S.C dl7L d .
[" irt of a urn'ii; i.f niuk. No chemical. any Distal; but rf Trench inconsiderable champion, and all of America's leading G.1&ntN1 irrir4
number! the "Nwam Root. capital no to,to.uiet.r,.
name I f
minute ;?
sucli -
d.-ti-ct :
:1 i: 'lysis r.ui ijuautil chauffeurs present America in July I I1I'xt rr..I,fa.t.gSo.
I Dr. Kilmer's hwam;> Root, Him the number for the Parisian. is much p
UN. The !!ii-it !powerful microscopewoaM : the indications point to a number C.J.J..GTOr .. A. 1.'NEbiSCsEMicitCt. C,
ad.jr",sKitgliaidton.. ::\. Y., onvrry jrhen to occultism and kindred ci- I cNcNhATIc: tsold
lint render a prticle ton I buttle.i uf great track races.What's: nears tht to Kind You Have A'mai &'i.'J by Irutiie
CAd! I nets?, a< the jToie-vsors: of these ,7
tiaics as lar,.:o vbiiili.Ve I hr
not taste It were it many thousai-d! I __ arts proudly term them. For it has in a Name?
times as':o.While I r i suj p.xi wit!. iicr\cs capable of doing ken noted that the first and last I' CITCI.uai kL "

we taste liquids, we can smell I 4>uly! one piticular duty The sensations figures: of the date 1903 form the Everything Is in the name when It j - -

only! ::aSI' I'ill! your nostrils with eau : of Cue S.LIU are grouped: by physlolijp dreaded thirteen, and} that, worse comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C.j

t1" cologne, and! you will experience 110 I' !
odor whatever. Tine as our sense of I!I and teiiiperatare. The skin which covers the terrible total is again reached. some years ago, how to make a salve

sui-Il i.;, it has deteriorated immensely a scar hat only! one kind of sensation. from Witch Hazel that Is a specific
Then it has been discovered that
SIH.thl'! time when our forefathers It can feel neither pressure (touch
there are no less than three Fridaysthat for Piles. For blind, bleeding. Itching Plumber Gas and Steam
wen wild men. The Calmucks can pioper) nor temperature perceives fitter
fiuiell an encampment twenty miles pain very acutely.The tongue Is the fall on the 13th of the month, and protruding Piles eczema, ,,

away; the Peruvians can distinguishall most sensitive of pi II! parts to touch. the a combination that can only spell cuts, burns, bruises and all skin diseases -.

the South American: races by their forehead and (01&,0to heat or cold. disaster. A number of occultists DeWitt's Salve has no equal. No. & South Palafox Street.

odor. We only dream sights: and sounds. have been consulted by the enterprising This worthless has counterfeits.given rise to Ask numerous for De- All Kinds Oi Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kepi on LK

Hut snu-11 is a sense highly susceptible We never dream tastes or smells. If Parisian and they '
reporter, Witt's-the genuine. Hargis Phar fBLKPHONE IO5 -. ;""'U'OIA. Jo'J.A,
of cultivation even by the modern we dream of a Cower garden, we see have done their best to reassure the macy John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn.

white man. ItcaKrs In tea, spices, perfumes the flow'IT>. but do not srcell them. It public} mind by stating that the in- -- ----------- -- - .

aul dru.. in cuiiioiiuoucc oftheir we dream of a dinner we see the! dish- .
lluenee the number 13 must not
distinguish the is. but do Lot taste them. Special communication
training can ;
be exaggerated and that the only No.15 rSAMUEL CHARLES
fii'pitpst tliJTcrences in odors. -- -- I of b'scambia Lodge, ,
Aiut-rit-nu Hwln010... occasion on \ihk-h it undoubtedly J:'. and A. M., 7:30 p. in., ,i i
The org.n: (.r tearing! is one (Pt the I IIUO..t ,
1UII'\'t'I'Ju pit-cos of mechanism\ C'arlieViidgwuy' Arthur lianker, exercises an unfavorable influenceis Friday. 'Marc! 2.). r1 BOOT AND SHOE MSKER:
C.V.. Mathei-oii cud others will base H'ojk iu F U. degree.
la the h :dy. In at.ini.ils the external : when people Ht down thirteen to
r: &'.;),; cam s whkh will! be operated oilAn. Vitingbrethrenarecordially V. .L a REPAIRING NEATLY DONE
car acts as a trumpet to collect the table.--U olden Penny. invited. WHILE YOU WAIT.b .
-rtcan tracks! alone this tuui1. A
sound waves; i'l man it is little more uajonty! rtl'JI'ril'au! made ratingiirs W. D'C. KESSI.EK. I' ; l!j Wholesale and Retail Dealer in t\hoes" Leather & Finding

than tin ornament, Imt the internal ear Grau and tie: Gallery. HARRY W. O i UBS. W. M.Secretary. .
> will be t.iken to Uuropc in April' iMIOXK: 5U. (;07 SOl'TII PA LA K Is alike in b itli. So underfill is its f nd will taut be brought back for severSal :Now that Maurice Grau, th* successful I .

construction that we can distinguish; impresario has laid aside ,
I u untilllo -*. I
Fmiiuls varying from forty tol, -- -- temporarily cares operatic .
ptr second. This feat i is !performid i i&an" J. E. DUBUISSOX t9; BROTHER
,T ti> I'.ri:;hlrn Diamond ItlnifH. management: remit licences: are in AIS ; ,

,. by a portion of the car calledthe To clean :.,111 brighten: diamond rings order. !; r: ,
Blgniroe !
organ; of CoriLVhat a wondctful (2 -#- OIIXKK TAiilAGO\A AND: IsnXJJ'xC1.STnE..;} .
ad lite:i jewels pour a little cologne When asked on one occasion how
understood from
that H be
;L organ may perfumery: : into the palin of jour hand, he had to make I Dealers In
the fact that: It consists of ;;,(II><0 pieces; managed grand opera -
of caci piece beihg made Oip the stones therein, wetting them a paying investment where other SEND YOUR ORDERS I
apparatus thoroughly! ai.d dry UJKMI a silk or linen .& Choice Staple and Family Groceries dOur
had failed he I
tp of two roils, ow Inner hair cell and managers replied:
11:1 wI kl'rtl.Il'f. It will make them"url'I to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or
four outer Lair cells-that 1 is. :;'5,000separate ) 'TI, public me to hear the
pays Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They too
Miigly! ltl'iglt.II" electrical work. Repair a are many to eiitin: 'rsttand
juris. In some mysterious singers) ; I pay the l'illcrs: specialty. are Warranted to be the Rest the Market Afford and call bt

manner tl.irixls. with other thaiss.; are In I.r.rOratl);... Peel I An acquaintance in search of Mr. Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given u* During tl) '

tuned to d.ffcnnt: notes! and when tLey Weigh!: the oranges w'hole and allew a Grau found him in the topmost gallery Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Fart of the City.:
the! Lairs to tr.snstnit Yon want a good piano tuner to
vibrate tlu-j cause nfur'ir; to each pound of fruit. of the Metropolitan Opera COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION
all iniituisc to the none of hearii'g.; stay in Pen*acola, still you hold
] ,' .1 (:1rt'ful1ll:! cut the rind into ][oui=e. lie was throwing bits of
To be UiiiMcjil, tl.iwfore is to have a I back order. Fend it iu. I have P.O. 80\326.
sleuliT : noil.: : the\ your
diaiiKlug water -
strii'v }paper in the air. Questioned, he I J. E. Dubuisson & Bro
gornl organ: of Corti. and have
tender. bad 20 years' experience I
twice in.til very Squeezetl.e said : PHONE 66.
to discover drafts.
is it that si-ratchirg a piote\ of "Trying
the worked in several .
strnIIl'11r:1Ibl' juice upon piiuo factories'I' Fnll1ily Criooors.JVC
: v hat isl orassL-e s-trifs nnd drop into this sirup. take in the people who fill: the gallery will be attended to.

,l iv4I! tin- uudatueiital ton.1 of tin- ear i I'.oil! for twenty uiiuutes and take from I !" commented the acquaintance."A CHAS.V.. PhE'SLFY. A.

l.ii-li is \ery i.i;-'i. What the find.iiiuntal the Ere. sneeze will interrupt antI blemish A.very
m I is would take too : -
----- a song, said Mr.[ (:rau. "A man BUY THE
much ypnif t'> t.:.;Iliu but if jou l>!ow I!-,,. tn Kre.Iien lledroocin. in the loud
gallery can sneeze as as SUCCESSOR TO
across the iioitb of a I N>tte! a hollow Add a little turpc-Ltir.e the water a man in the box." )

gl'tbe, fttjou ',tits fundamental u"ed for icrubbii.j the flo.-r. It givs IMPORTER AIIU JOBBER OF

1')!'!>. the rt-om a delightfully fiesh smell. ,

Tl<* car is :1 tl.H.epti\o\ organ a'ld! it Another \I ry gtod plan is to add a little I A Remarkable: Case. 'i i HARDWARE.?

:.3 often a nia'vr of guesswork! to tell! disii.fwtant to the water. ? One of the most remarkable cases of i I

lienw' a lIlIlJI1I'-\ilil':;. linlee! IfJU i a cold deep-seated on the lungs. SEWING MACHINE Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovf)N. ": w Mill!! and !HteamboatSupplies
> -.<.> t'ie i-p.-n luiils in flout { ( ycur.i II"\\ tu KxtiiiKnKli, liruluc til. _
causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs. I Coukinirand Hea iue Stoves, Paint, Oil
'.i is ni'J curve tlicui I'airk\\aul bounds: Either s.d cr flour will extinguishburnii I Gertrude Fenncr Marion Ind. whO Do not lie dew-lvnl 1-y those who n r .In '" in frontili >eir to comeHupjan oil. It is therefore good .
: ( a.i g a I v(- i a S*>O.U) S.'uiinMiir-1iiiie: for j'
(r.'m !h.iilll.! plan to bare one or the other (.r these was entirely cured by the use of one .Umi. 1 hit kind tuft iua hint 17111bo Agate and Tinware ana ll'/n 'efllrni hill ; (JaoiK.

iK-in-anti aouUoys !'PC iot ready to Land' house where o'dla : Minute Cough Cure. She says: "The l nijlit! from lIi or IUlV of our i i UfAOENH FOR BIRMINGHAM POLLING MILL COMPANY-

things! : with both eyes Our whole livid IE I is are much used. (In no account coughing and straining so weakenedme tlealeM froii1j."Jt.o; Hs.OO. i Revere Giant StItched Belting, Northampton Emery

of vision i>\t. luN oxer 1M decrees or must water be cSl'llln cast of burning;:: that I run down in weight from WE MAKE A VARIETY. Who Co., L,ftin &; R-md Powder Co., Johnson's Kil-

!h::Ilf I a cirTl.e! mid'lle: half I ot thUv ('.1, ?s it eiily serves to spread the 148 to 92 pounds. I tried a number I! THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. somiv, Iron iCing and Buck Stoves and Ranges, Win

<> see viitli! Ixith eyes together! but flames and may easily cause a disas- i Coup A; Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury'a
The Fml lfiinnines the
of remedies to no avail .until 1 used strength or
the quailcr at each side is seen otily.ith trolls Cre. I. wenkiHM its Jlnchincs. The Made Railroad Colors.
One Minute Cough Cure. Four hot-
& \.- OUI' 4''t'l Double 1'crd roinbiuf ith otlut Masonic
( \ Temple
ties of this wonderful remedy curedme @ Pensacola. F13.
: All!1 o''>.->- animals soP i'so>t things I strong ]>oiiit4iiiikistlie .New home
The entirely of the cough strengthened
best 'neath
the and
pill stars .
with ono eye only. :lr.'I'r can the bittt tic-wing .Machine to buy.howlDg .
my lungs and restored me to my
t1,> tii Uith eves on anything at the stripes;
_ : ) ; normal weight, health and strength. U1 ', the dlf- .
x same I iUt'. Put there aro considerablenriatioiis. Little Early Risers of worldly repute. Hargis Pharmacy, John Sheppard.Sid- I il1i 1 B f liii r CIRCULARS Sewing'rt'nt Mv-M.tehin' of TIME TABLE.

\ A bul'.dcg.: for instance It cleanses the system and never ney Kahn. we nianutoctureaiiJ prices btlureiuri.h.uiiug: s I

TI somew'iat closely approaches the condition gripes.
.f of :1 uxwkey. The larger: the pupil Ask for DeWitt's and take no THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO. EFFECT DECEMBER, I, hell

tt !! the greater the quantity: of light;; substitute.A I 30" E.W.PEAKE, ORANGE, IIU'. I

,1 which enters the eye. Large pupiled No. South Palafox S Union SQ.X.Y..Chicago,IlL,Atlnnta. (i.u,
: New Orleans and
small pill to buy to take ptre -t. keeps; Mobile.
people therefore see the world in a easy easy I call bells, wires and all kinds of Iii!. Louis Mo., Dur.anTt-x.San KraucUeo,Cal
14 I __ _
4 brighter and more cheerful state than and easy to act. but never failing in electrical supplies. Have him do FOR SALE BY

those with! small pupil They can see results DeWitt's-Uttfe Early-r" sera I your work. Call phone 203. So.8. 0.4 So.2, I Jol. 110.2.. :;o
-- -- -- -- --- 1'15 12I t1 LeanPIDIaColaArrln
a m : p 600 a ':J) p I '1 jC:5u
things better In the dusk or at night arouse the secretions and act as ; a !::!1 p 1:01 a Llave_ J-'lomaton_ Leave imec a iso p .:!! '
DR. F. E. BRUCEHas 11:00 a 4:2tp 2:55 a Leave... .. Mobile __ U:81D'tUl6n I""
As every one knows from the optical a tonic to the liver, curing permanently. TAKE NOTICE. 9 .......-_" :2.'ip 1:80 a I Leave _.New f1rleanll. LPaYe ":1)) pt:23, a _

t t illusion pictures the eyes aro easily Hargis Pharmacy, John ShepparJ, I returned and resumed practice. I -- -
::2 deceived. .\ white square on a blaik Sidney Kahn. To whom it may concern: North.

' ground appears larger: than a blacksquire On and after this date all Resolu Office 2z.>2 West Government tt: ., i -- --

of the tame size on a white Try The News' WANT COLUMN. tions, Cards of Thanks, Excursions or Salisbury BuildingPolophclao I Jo. I. I No. '. No, I So, I.
1 prouuiL lied near green hviks ridder; Ul'ipm l:15pm LeaYePen acolaArrl"l ':oopm 61)all
lilue near yellow looks bur! ; white Entertainments to whlcn an admission 145.'aiNEItAij 8:15am I I 8:57p m Arrlve_ Montgomery ..Len8 1I:15am ,n plI

4 nenrblack, looks whiter. Hot Rolls at 5 i>. m.. lOo is charged, and simi'ar notices, --.'- -- -- -- t1:5I1am 1:06pm 1IOa 8lJIpm m Arrlve1\albvUle ArrlveHirmlnRhamLeave...,Lea"l 6:118am_.._ 4. 'plll

t I) really includes! !several senses. a doz., at Solomon's. will be charged for at regular Jdvertitinj FRENCH 6CHEUtLE I 1.1 am : elsa m Arrive_LoalovUle\O 5:15pm s ,'al
1Oam! 11:511
; I a m ArrlveClnclnnaULuYII 8:00pm, 11pili
-p Thus there are spots ou the bkin 1 whIch rates. ,,7lu"m: 1:31pm l Arrive .....Ht. Loul. .. .Lene t:15pm 'pI
; feel heat only spots which feel only Following Is the schedule of the I

ovld, spots which feel only! pain spotsvhkh {overnmentsteamer General French !,, PENSACOLA AND RIVER, JUNCrION.

I \ fvv only pressure and spotswlii.yi CASTOR ; PEARL & DOUVE.I which THE NEWS prints for the : No. 2l-DaUY No. I-DallYl:01O atop where time aol shown No. J-Dally No. 2-Fi.t

_fifl tickling.: These spots are For I benefit of the merchants who ship
Iflfanti and CMldres.
their t the arioua UM pm. 1:00: a m LeaYe..1'enSaoo1a5rrtve 111/10 ft.1JI .
I Call on them at the goods <\ army pm ..
corner of Gar- nail I1lgh' 1:18" BohlOmla_ 'I 1011'1" ".
The Stomach is the Man. The Rind Yen Hare Always! BoogNtht den and Alcaniz streets for carpenter posts: 1O"! 1:18" YDleatra.... 108' II Ii, .
and electrical Leaves Pensacola __.___? T0 a. m. 1:211" 1:1 .......Elcambla._..._, 10:82": 6 <1 "
A weak stomach weakenes the man, work or phone 660. Lenves Rnrr.n'as...__..____ 7:%) a. m. UII5" 14" U __ Mala' __ 101" 6..6
because it cannot transform the food tb'I' /.I Lsavet Hlckeni _______ b:jo a. m.Leavei 1:118": 1:28" ___ Harp __ 10l 6 w
Barrancai_. ... 8:15: a. m. U:5a" 7:55 ...O'ltClty_ 10:10 u or "
he eats into nourishment. Health V47.Awe of Fort Barrancas, Fla., Feb. 21, 1903. Leaves eniacola _._...._____10lS a. m. n:68: It 111II" Mi1ton SI 10:10 N 6J! .
and strength cannot \> be makes a trip to Fort McKee and then returns 1:56 8:15 __. Ho"__ 1:80 .. ..116 "
received until 11 .
sick without a. m. March 21, It ..
any man or woman to Barrancas. I 1jO" 8:110: Milligan __ IJO ..11
first restoring health and strength to Fort Rarrancas, Fla., March 9, 1903, for constructing, plumbing, heat- Leaves Barrancas______ 1:111 p. m. 2:33" 8:118" ..' _.Cteat"lew........ .' sils H (5
tto stomach. A weak stomach cannot 1?'>3.Scaled proposals In triplicate, Ing and electric wiring one Lavatory, Leaves Plck ns __ __._ 1:25; p. m. 1:00" 8M": .. _D eer! Land S:56 If" :
Leaves asacola ______. 4:30 p, m. 11" ':111" MOlly Head N 5:40 SI 1:1.:
digest enough food to feed the will be received until 11 a. m. March also plumbing one set officers quarters Leaves Pickens_ __.___ 5:15 p. m. 4::08 II 1:15 It II _DeFnnlalt8prtn,1. 8:18 S.d4ia
r tissues and revive the tired and run I 2S, 19t>3. for constructing five cisterns, and one barrack building Fort Arrives Harrancas 6K: p.m. and makel .5 8:" II II _._ Argyle_ 1:" 521
down limbs and organs of the body. Fort Pickens, Fla. U. S. reserves fcRee, Fla. U. S. reserves the rightto trip to McRte and return. ':60' ':IIT' U II -Ponce d. LeoIL- 1:211 !:ii .'.
On 11:00" 10:10' ___WeatY1l1e__ till s iss
Wednesdays Saturdays the
j I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses purifies right to reject or accept any or all reject or accept any or all proposalsor 0:08 It 10:11' II __...CaryY1l1l_ ?:lt led:
f' sweetens and strengthens the proposals or any part thereof. Information any part thereof. Information boat will leave Barrancas via Pick. I, I.. 10:10', N ...........BoI1Uay.......... 166' I I tr ..
f. glands and membranes of the stomach furnished on application. Envelopes furnished on application. Envelopes 9n4 for Pensacola at 8:30 p. m. I 1:00: II 10.1 II ..._,....Chipley....._... 'I IIT" 14'
I The General French 8:10 11:07 II II II 5
is for -Cottoadall ':11 i't'
and cures indigestion dyspepsia containing proposals shouldhe containing proposals should be mark and army 1:00" 11:0" .. .. .Marlaana...... 100" 1:.:'
and all stomach troubles. liart l marie: "Proposals for Cisterns," ed "Proposals for Lavatory and purposes; only any outsider must 1:10 II i1:81 II _CyprP.s._.._ N 11:118: II 11..1 I".
gis Pharmacy John Sheppard, Sid addressed. K. COLE Q. :M. Plumbing." addressed W. E. COLE, !have a pass from the quartermastertake f:40 .". 11:51" ..'. .... Orand R1d18_ 1:82 II II ::1
her. f:&! 12:05 noon ____ Snead' 11:21" IJI
ney Kahn. March 17. IS. 19, _O, 26, :i. Q. M. Ii h2ia AlflnRly..hl1ct1ol1L..n 1:10" 1.:1to .



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1ht SPORTING WORLD Before Mine.About Patti Patti.took roj let- Doctoring Free.The t1Ll ft 3' t :liii j -

"" '. .' ... \ CUREFOBCATARRH I ers of naturalization as a British
$ Senator Clark to R tarn to Torf. ..
FORTHEB09DThe United States Senator William A. subject it might; have been some- 'I
Red Cross Doctors Are Doir.g '
Clark of :Montana will engage actively what puzzling to state which nation -

... in racing this year :and has 'already CATARRJ4 I II. couM claim the honor of her nationalih' This to Introduce' Themselves. it. Jk it
.. consulted Frank R. Hitchcock S Ist
j' Messrs. She was born in Madrid, : ;
_. .. ,- The best knowp and m Jst popular blood purifier and I'hilip J. })WYf'r as to the advisability her father was a native of Catania, Three Month's Services Are Given S I.u r.ui 1k.,. t ,. Ij i:: -

and tonic on the market to-day is S. S. S. of purchasing,"ready made" racer '
-. ilj'sCreaiBali in Sicily and her mother a nativeof Free to All Who Call at Their Of. ffI
< /Z\3) There is hardly a man, woman or child in"America \ hob or yearlings.! As yet no selection of Uome., She

.-earl: : {If"S. S. S. toP the blood." It is a standard remedy, a trainer has been made, but friendsof aiy and pleasant was brouht up by faces, 111 West Chase Street, Between S
t Hood troubles and Louis Elmore.. who handled Ethel- 'ouse. Contains American stepfather in the United -
,: ft all unequalled as a general tonic and 'njurlousdru j Jb
Now and March 21.
a '. S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable, the herbs and roots bert as a two-year-old as well as many It I Is.quickly Aborbed. State, married two French husbands '
.:5. t' selected for their alterative other good horses that he receive LIves Relief COLD ''N HEAD I before she settled down in .1. .t -' $:Z t'l'-
'. ': i t 55 composed are and tonic prop. say may at once A staff of eminent physicians and nr- : ti- t1t .
'. ti't- '.irr: it the ideal remedy for an offer.: It pens and cleanses tne |>asal Pasegcs I Vales and is now the wife of a Irl'ons Jrom the It'lll'roh 1..dICl&llnlit1tute 4 (
(:.j. r.1 t ...,f skin diseases, as it not FROM It will net be the senator's first essay Allavg luflummatiou. UrtUs ant I'roircta Swedish: noWeman. have at the unelll .tolicitanmi a Urge ,i'J V '
the Membrane. Uestores the Sense ol Taste I Dumber of pnut-utt Qucl"r their care In ihucountrv JIi k'- Lt
S...'. .: -, enriches and in\'i orCONGRESSMAN LIVINGSTON, for racing honors. Eleven years ago he and Smell Large Mze SOc. at Druggist or by e.uhli>hi>.1 a permanent branch b. j (
e 1 d. but at the same time OF GEORGIA. maintained a moderate sized stable ofhCNATOU mall;Trial size IQc by mall. The Lady With Pink Teeth. of the Inttitute in thUcity at 54

.S tl and gives'I I know of the successful use of ELY UKOTIIEKS I I llWest Chase Street.The 14 wk. 1I
5-- 1 tLi tirwl nerves S. S. 8. in many cases. It is the best 0 56Warrentreet.New York. The newest "turn" in Parisian K
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$t; ,;:/ ..-..I vigor to the entire Blood remedy on th market. .7 music halls will shortly be the appearance -I eminent gentlemen have decided to 4 :-

., I their KcrMCfi entirely free for three ,. .4t j S
of with teeth :
S) and Ulcers TREATMENT OF CATS. a lady pink monlholn\1'dlCln.. excrpted to all invalid .4"4 4. .
::!nic Sores FROM the i is a native of Canton, but born t who call upou them for treatment : '

: ; .'..aniatiMn, C.L1.'. S. i ilia. Scrofula, Eczema, S. 8. S. is unquestionably a too-l Alluieulm. parents. I I BEtween NfiW{ and March 21. 1-tj1 { 1 -
\: blood purifier, and the best tonic I which are perfect, are of a semitransparent -
fr > .lt: Rheum, Tetter, Acne ever uied.C' Puss should be, fed regularly. Don'tthink I These services consist not only of consult I '

1 ,: 'rd1castsasareduetoa: Invanse eat happens to bea : : substance: resembling fttlon.mtrmton and ndIce,but also II 1I ,, ,
S ; your colored coral. .\ dentist who 01 mlD"r 5urIl'al operatIons\ h '-j ; -
condition blood
of the nets
: ipoverished: nothing so promptly goi.1 mouser or ratter that, therefore I I The object in pursuing this course i te '
f. ally as S. S. S. It counteracts and eradicates the germs you can dispense with giving it has examined them Says that they i is to bfcoiiw rapidlr and pt-r-onallj ftccUftinttd I \

cleanses the system of all unhealthy accumulations and regular; nicals. On the contrary, such will never decay. They are hard as | conditions wnhtbft, will eirkandatlcteiland any charge wbatevvrb under a ... "" t .

the patient to health. Write us and our physicians mIl course Is quite pt to spoil i the car: diamond, and the latter gems are I, .. mmle for any services rendered for three l it11 :. "
toiill ..1 bu fail'I belon March 'S.
attention without \ moutQs > SM.Tbi : 1 t i! '
..1: prompt charge. hunting; propensities.:; I'tiss seldom the only material with which a markcan >doctfrs treat all forms of disease and .j; 4', i 5 .. 5

S THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GJ -; pursues mice for the purpose of food, be made: on their surface.-Ex- ('a.tb..v leformit'eanti urdrnake.guarantee At the a cure first In inter'I' '-! I\ .I '.

---- ----- Imt, utmost Invariably: for the sport that change.: : Mew a thnruugb .l1hu&tlor. Umnde. and. I t. ., ti r '
if incurable >ou are frankly and kindly! told '
the chase affords, and althou-h: if it lie S
*,'; a'\\1&\ -" against pvndiug mouey for fu I
ixative promo Quinine A fJ1l on every ; hungry \\ill.peuoraliy! ih>"u ur itpr''j'; people: read The News. u.ele.s treftiment.Male .,. 's (
L__ it never enjoys audi and feina'e! weakiw*', catarrh and 'I.t -
Cold in One Day, Grip in 2 Days(9.'C ,ro'v._ box. 25c ., jet fliOd'l cIII'urbal'II."tllt'*.: also variencrle rup-. tt'.S l i '
a awl Ui'Uc-e it is cruel! to mike it rcl S -
Crts; ..., '. T If You Wanta tur" iioitre. citiu-er ami all! di4case of the T : -
r"ctUDar.. postti\ely cured by their t -
--7-: it f Jr its nual.1'us new I
T ; perfect cream preserved without aiiuvnt. S' -- il't
I is a :;0.1I1."al: of an eplcnn aril 1 h-lr chief avoriate urgpon of the InslUtut" ft I t
; / z.': order Dorllt n's Peerless Brar.ilEvaporated S 5 .
sugar 11',111"10 p""orftll'bar e ( 5 -
D. HALE WILSON ;;/.<. .":, ". '.,.,... z "' .,;O: .., you should fcatNfy its 'ptt-ullar tastes Cream. It has a delighttil ..UI".... :Itf'. HIVrt I h*-,.> Office Hours .- i lU
::k :" ":: r.. .< | as far as: !possible.! !'::ays writer in the a. m, to; p. lu. hundaya In a. 01. to 1 p.m.PARKLR'S t i -
"":9A ,.,It New York: I'ress. To treat a eat really ,'natural Ca\or nail is superior to ,
--...;.ti'::.;",'<'.(' :,JI well\ a rTiIar; diet s'.iou'.d lie followrtl.I' h" richest raw crenm you can buy : t'- -

Real Estate and Rental Agent I ", Two uie.iis! a day an <]uite suilident, with the aililed assnranrv! of h(\incrterili70il -- --5 1, i ,...".' .
M' A. CH1.K.bor I'
but they iiitM !be su'istantial.' : Pr.';iareil: by Burdens r-ia- Ieijz21 HAIR BALSAM j i4 I F -
es Wasbinstoii Park, Chim ,). When (eat l N ill, y>u oud't! to C':_.... .ii4 bo.4UiieI t1i. l'liL 'If1 .
tai South Palafox Street, i I your dense Milk Co. I",......... t 1u.", ..,1 gW.I5. 1j -
( and! otlit-r pointin the west. His colors -t d.K-tur it. Most cat ownent: seem to '5S -i.-'_ N-vfr. Faila to Bratore Gray j S "

TELEPHONE NO. 243. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA "blu\ gold cap,'' were not \erjsuccessful. I tliiiik the Illnesses of animals are of a The News' WANT COLUMN. t he5 C101\'I 11....*ca to P ita d _Voutfful....Jt htir Color.I... ,,.ii :.
Try ",' .nd,:"'AI 11", ,<;.:0 ,
In one nice LI* represents! : dl.T: 'ront nature altogether from those : :.; i! ; .
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r the after running seeonJ was tli,,: iuali- [ of human beings; and that wLile\ those t

fittl. The racers name was Ilia. MrCldtk's of man iuire.ill kinds! of drtus:: end "-
Advertisements tarwr on tile turf was brief ml.ll'ilws! yet Uio:e of cats will curt S Doors andWindow c. I' "
Classified :
Those who are aivretlitdl! with knowledge tl1rm\I'IH: Cit; fn-'iiui-ntly} contract: : .I I

; of his intentions at this time say ore tur.wt! broiuhitK pneumonia, a>nsuiupti'm Screens ; I ; j jGetPrices
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that he will henceforth carry on racing! tlilhtlwl'ia1101; typhoid fever, ;: .fjJ ji : .
ONE CENT A WORD. very tinieh as did his iiolitical! rival\, and j'IIU don't have: to be a \eteniiarjsurgioa :J. : .
Marcus l>alr. up to the last year of hill to detect the symptoms of such! IJ.; :
STOLEN. l-'or itent fe. diea>e>. THE PROTECTION AND f t : .

I FOR RENT-In opera house bnild- In due time it Is Mr. Clark's! Intention A rou::rli.! untidy coat, accompaniedby'unusiial COMFOUr THEY AFFOKD? .' ;. .

r )range an
'()It! 53: jiounds; Answers office; ouEeona floor, threectilces. thus vie with )Iessr>>. Almost::: and I'er- sure indication! that there's somethin: Now. ., \" t },

S feb'2t ry ISelmtinrV.. C. Whitney, J. I:. wrong in the feline's physical arrange Ir ,

of Klla. My name on collar Keene:, J. U.! Ila ;sin ai'(l other million ment. and \precautionary measures 4- 1 'I! 1:" i j ;-. I

axed. All persons are warn XICELY furnished rooms with bath aire turfmvn, ail of \hum are breedingand !,; ..t.hoU lie immediately taken. A dose ll.G.DeSth'a&Co.The G D C ; te \ !
e 1 \ '
nst harboring her. Reward |1..0 and $2.0'::! t t) week:; with good racing their own horses. of castor oil is as eff.vtive in the ease'if I 1 J I .
i "f
I'aid for return of dog anti board $:-.
!Htional reward for evidence South Spring\ street between ('olle'lIuto" III. 1I0bb,.. ward off thee complaints and U Tolcr>liono 11. 1\\ n ) '

II convict thief.RLCECKKR. West Roinana and Garden streets. r. T. !'. Lovejoy the young Pitts- much easier adminitered.CCH .

FORDES. Trair;cient solicited. m19.1 m. burg millionaire, ho-e interest iu autuiuol II liver oil is nut only relished by l' ;"l' t : :

>lliii4 was the outgrowth; of the nearlyvry kind of cat, but i:?, ot Star Laundry

I'U' U. WANTED. purchase of over twenty expensive autoniobilos course, iiour'thinx' ; and should be liberally j : ,
i\"ell in the winter nmi.ths, when
--- ---- within four years, iom- SS
.ich of Keys. Owner struotin: in 1'ittsburg: the finest automobile uaturalaruith must lw ftri ;t'red.. .\ Biggest, Busiest, Best 1 \4.; t ;

iliy calling! at this \\\X'fED-Goull nurse immediatelyat stable in the country at nil es- ,tittle; sulphur! mixed: with the food or .'',,. _' ..f'tJl I

>'r property and pav- CO i West Chase. mltltf. 11.'ne of l';:,IlMI. I ":ir.-sid upcn the animal's paws U an : t, If.. S

to'. M7tfOiT. This stable will be IS'I)'feet by 75 feet eff ithe preventive of summer com .5 tit, i '

WANTED 5 YOUNG MEN from and two stories in height. The build-! plaints. \} .

Escatnbia County at once to pre- lug will be fitted with large !tetorasreToon's To i1lh"t'r! ir.ost! niei'.icinoiti! a They I S Speak k i J 'I k .
for Positions. iu tha Government I (
pare a billiard room, swimming bath !.niL.l1ntuuuu amount of tl.injrer: of ieceivInc t I Ir
Apply to !
and a gymnasium for the JOUIIK suns ::: M-rak-hi'i I ; this feline shuull! be mi, 1. .
lemon Inter t "
Puppy State Corres. Inst. ; .
of the 1'iilllou.iire.! A tunnel will lead i'd in a sheet., with! its feet l.'oIllC'rt:1.I\! I. I"t .j }
left Cedar Kapids, Ii.d&wlin i -
spot on ; for r T
i from tin stablo to the $3.i: >),(i( residence pressed' tl) its body and its mouth eathen l1eIll e \ I 1t .j'

: ,'ne of "Sp3rt, ---- -------- .- I cow ..I1'! I
utVest Hill WANTED-Several persons: of char plniit! in the stable! will !generatethe medicine Is mlr:1hbt1'l'd. We let the Shirts Collars! i S 11./ .t ,

-''"we reward. acter and good reputation in each power for lighting the stable and I ami CutIs we Launder: peak for 'J .f s ,

state (one in this county required) house.Mr. More Riots. tHm! -elvl'". They will talk loader l : !

: uio.-Dark bay, to representand d wealthbu"ines3 advertise old house 1'1'tabl1sb Io\ej- is I thirty-ihe years of Disturbances of strikers are not .1.M. we can.Ve want to bf judged !}. : 5 r riI I .
\ rAbout thirteen luixli- and < iik't in JIL.; luanuer 'lOt .
of solid financial'standing. Salary age: | nearly as grave as an individual disorder .uoieoy the work we do, than by : t. 1 i
''ie alwit three ?21 00) weekly with expenses additional I. and in iM'ii"ince('e hardly ftnv an.of : of the system. Overwork loss t .' S

:.irs and fifty cents and all dayable in cash $:::,\IIKII.) which is the estimate of of sleep, nervous tension will be followed wh.ttwHay. j'T:' \)i4. I"

", i ruto direct each Wednesday from head his wealth. by utter collapse, unless a re-I I I.1 '. ": "j, I t.. I
offices. Horse and carriage furnished liable remedy is immdiately
'S .OWN': Mill when ntce=su\ Refer Corbett and RrlU. 'ed. There's nothing so efficient to' ALL WORK c. o. D. Gacds Cal ed ftr f and DeliTeredFree, : I I I' :. L;. i II

ences. Enclose elf-addressed en Young CorU'tt has lnn having a cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys .u .,t.
velope. Colonial Co., Caxton hard road to travel since he vIsited 'I as Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. I .1 !:i.. ?;! 4 -

1 ,... Bldg., Uaicago.: 9feb4w I I Sun Traneisco.! His trouble: is causedby tonic, and effective nervine WALKER INGRAHAM 1'l
rI'' ,I: 1'II1\'ased-barked Manager. -
around medicinefor
and the greatest all : ;
;, the :admirers (If Jimmy 1'ritt.: who I ) :
tont.aitiiiig lIamfo!! '
down systems. It dispels j I 1
AX'fED-All run
kinds of empty beet are constantly trying to coax him into .j
I i 5- ill indelible I
WflBpll and 5------- -------- '
Nervousness. I LiI
bottles. t 8.: A. Friedman n9-tl 4
with Itritt before he return toNer
I H"\\"Jr.t for the rpt a Neuralgia;I I and eispels! Malaria germs. : ujj
S '- ,'tilh. It R. lIr E.l York. Britt is also making it unpleasant and satisfaction J. A. VAN PELT. J- C. VAN PELT. : -p-- t
Only 50c
l L ,t ; J. E. Cle1l.l nt, o. :Splendid chance for men to learn barber for Coriiett by :giving; state- W. A. D'Alcmbcrte, druggist,
trade. Years of apprenticeship I : by \
11: .1I'OOl.: 2.H-tf taxed by our method of steady pric-, uieuts: to the iifWspjK-r| about what 121 S. Palafox street. VAN PELT BROTHERSI :t4i :
Cllrl' I
if he t vrneLts
he will do to
tice and instruction.
Tools diplomas -
do::, answers ta I jioMtious. board and Saturday him in the ring. \ JCw/gin's, the! Sfsor 5c. I GARDEN STREET GROCERS, t sV A' "

Scar on left hindI wages ghen.: Catalogue mailed free. I i i' S i4 4If5

I returned to resViams Moler College, Xew Orleans, La. \mrrtfnn' In Oxford Crew.Oxford I. Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of *.' .4' 5 '

: : 227 North I MT-41 .. and Cambruljre oarsmen art1 I I F-.
the 'lhame for 'Nitn; & AND FANCY
- --- -- -- working; zealously on ; STAPLE GROCERIES
EXCHANGE boat rate,,
-Any one wanting a the: iutl'rullin'r"ity 'I

bummer home in the mountains hick is sehiNltiled' for April 1. II. Mil- '
I Fruits Nuts and all the Delicacacics of the Season
can exchange property in Florida( burn of Huffiilo.: an Auientan: I is included INSURANCE (
or South Asheville Georgia, N.; U.S'ilt for equal trade valuein II in the nvikeup of the Kfonl ANt> I Our Goodare Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting the ,.a .4j (t
MONEY TO LOAN up who rowcJ with
up to |10OW or le.- Otis A. Miller, ei;;Lt. but hN brother REAL ESTATE i
I Salisbury Block l Peusacola. I him in the! same 1 lc at last: year i i1- Wit Best, Freshest and Cheapest. -

I :tollable terms andw Uflmt'OK on the list thu-, far although; a (' uI1d1tbtc No. South Palafox Street. I

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\ M'LLAKD; I 5ALJ.FOR ':. _
1 I Partial List of Desirable Dwelling I ,
i' li'l fo\, Up-Stuirs. The sullori and tie Cadrtn.Tliu "1
: for Rent: in Various:
A WII.SON:; Manager.MEYTO1OAN SALE-The most desirablelots j is a : llong; probability that thy:J I of the City : TELEPHONE NO. 23J w* ** jt 3J EAST GARDEN ST. ; I

in the city on easy terms, by :uJlaal'I'st roint-Annaiiol's :game I!! "!5.00- ',,'Ftory house containing! !? rooms f>' c.31
the Fisher Heal Estate A:!ei cr. will IK pl.oed at cither Yale 1it'll'l'! alPrinceton : !I ail modern conveniences bita ('11Upper -
2U4}.* South Palafox. 1i1iuIIA.Ut ne\t year instead of at tin', I poll low..r Boor corner lot M'j
1 nioe>nrO and nhrubriery, Mahlr. out-
- ,: borsE-1, wagons ---- --- ... ------.-- I'liiM-rsity! of l'enns.\iMini.i. The,, I I buu.,.. etc.. >o. Tit tasl: l.iUua ".- ? ;
1 :
tit. othpr kinds of I GOI)4.MIt4. d clug: i.. due to the fact thai.I f35.: \ k...8-Hory street. boarding houe. 'containing! ROYAL STAKDAHDVHISKEY\% 4 t

: tv. Uusiiier.* the seating: arrangements; and capacities I! :!:i roonif, Known m the I'ouce cite
,' :SPitI1: HF.I XG-\lunufac. and ai t l.con house 'o. 11D Ka: >t lotvudenI :-ii
r.iv /
I S ":: l'ri-I tur..r H.JVI rioaUr in Hair Ctood-s. are greater :ittPr'.ncetou I street. 8 TEars Old i in Casss of 4 Fell Quarts at S3.20 cast
- A. A. per
A. N. .
II.CMId..srahp! modern dw!lilnz
Hit.. Toilet'! Artioits, 1 Hair Oil Yale than: at. ivniisjlvania.i : : I: 2-story
2m tf 7 rooms, moil de.irable b"ctlon of the ) .
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I 3l".i: : \\\ sc liowernmeut I 'I .
eu- street, city on a corner on the street car tt"4.
- :. \ i.vN-W. R. Meri-' w--- ----- -- I i I Ime.No.HSlNortb: :! : I'.arcelona 10 roomsfronting 'tr..t.gsu.o1.args .. J; nilusVHIKEYi: distilled i at the Nelson Co. :

Went.:: Mi>1Pj' lib.o ) 1tiiii.itliICsSW ll uu..u. t:>t-L to (onoli rruonie.James I story-evuIISSquare.dwelling. East S JL Ky., Di-tillery! and n fully matured in wood : :l t : e J -
'- -- '- sin. I : before it is absolutely and not excelled -
: rate <.f i'terettrity. .\. Ten Kjtk the famous | Ho\.rDOI..oI8tr..t. si bottling. pure !
.! OiUce! 112 arid BOARDING HOUSE at Wheelet pl sculler! has practically! neeepti-d tLotlir I f.iu.Ull.'onifortRlile! ..
1 .1. OIl'l street.IKXl Springs, Mary Esther, Fla.. Mrs. made by the Syracuse: (N. L) uui. > otn" city. titunted on :Norit no matter where produced. The Royal Standard 4a4- :
-- Condon, proprietress.. All tbe coach. }la>len bvtneeo Utroog and l"-Soto: is el ht ypaB old when bottled, ,and, considering i:151a4..lEt: Ic

M comforts! borne at'very reasonable ersity to become its ro\\'ll1: .Street- .., .1 ."00 Ioh I its excellent quality, is the cheapest whiskey In .jL' i' J
) -.-.--:->tory QWCIIIDR 'u gcuiu orurr witu I .
on improvedm and
rates. Northern tourists will 1t rooms ttiree doors from the belt the market at that price. As a beverage; aa I ;
large or small find Ibis anldeal place to spend a Hermann" Hold Mntoney- line, ban gas and aster tbrougliout. an absolutely pure stimulant, there I is none better tj rShippedincaescontaiuiugno
r Low rate of Interest. portion of the season. 12nlm President Harry Hennnnn of the Cin :No :Sin:Ncrth; Barcelona street. mark" whatever to
K. Brooks, I'JO.O: )-l-.tcrj dwelling rooms, city water
: attorney club has refused therequest indicate contents. If purchaser, examining -
cinnati liaseball b"tij, g", with large: corner lot >o. upon Jj
: :>. 1'alafox ct., Fisher IU: 3IUYAL.n. of the ft. Louis club for the I 4'rWeet Wright street. the whiskey, I is not sati-fied with the quality he

-_ Smlra IJ5.7U-1-story aaelllng.O rooms newly pa- can return the tame at our expense aud money 1 ',
11 l ----- ThA1OD, the tailor, ba r; senkes of Catcher Maloney pt'rf'dIud painted throughout, on will be refunded. ,- 'L'iDo you heedS beItltnt. :No.44 Eastreg3ry etreet.
S can borrow moved to 11>}8 West Government J15.UOinory dnelllnir.clty watt-rand b&tb, All orders should be accompanied by either : -ttA'i 1tT1GIt

.. want easiest any street, opposite Express office, Recovered Speech and Hearing. T rooms. bait I lock of ground with 'TtARS OL currency, po;toflice money order, bank draft or express : f
today on :
where he to clean b..I&UlIlul.bado! trees, :No. iM East
is prepared repair order. We refer to First NationalBank j
w. st rates anywhere.I Messrs. Ely Bros.:-1 commenced Orvnntea street.
and press and trentle- I merchant in Pen acola.
U real' 112.5i>-1-nlory dwelling, So 415 Ea t Orfgo-: or any .
improved city mens' toiior mades-Mts. Balm about two papered and ,
16j3rnM1ct using your Cream ry street 5 rooms newly
}; Wui. Fi,her, 2li4J4 8.lutl. I painted.
.. years ao: for catarrh. My voice was jll.uv.-:NO.HU East Belmnnt street, J-room th
t1uneou. I S. A. FRIEDMAN
r- ------ somewhat thick and hearing was cottage, CUT water, newly painted.
\ --------- -............ my I In perfect order. .
> oorrow money, in- dull. My hearing has been fully restored -.lI 1>"- .0.10U :North Alcanlz strhet. a new 1 L
H. ALFMAN, umbrella maker, 315 ; tLIL
: u iire your property bouse in good order with 5 roome.f1o.oo. I 1 SOLS PROPRIETOR. SAl'U, FLA 1
'..r ieis of title, buy ort South Palafox street. Recovering and "my speech has become -quite I. GIlL East Kelmont street, city .

'. rent property oli and repairing of umbrellas and clear. I am a teacher In our town.L. I .painted.water a and neat renovated 6 room cottage tbrougbouio. newly. p o BOX m II:I.t'IlO\b; 179 1

.', >. have rents col- parasols a specialty. Silk covers -> en) Ko-t I-aKua street, a neatly L 11ISK t j1j f
"' taxes attended to, always on hand. ,Jan 3 G. 13R0VX.a papered 4-rooui cottage.. In good. con -- --- IJ&A.R1IOMA
.i s4 TlC.. WatsonM'ue Grander, Ohio. I dIllon large lot cltr atcr.A $ ;
as wells .
::0 : Dresses made from $1.50 Other 1 large list of smaller dwellings *-1 handle cIa;; of ;
and Insurance up. Tile balm does not irritate or cause a number storeS abd offices tOti kE'.TTHOS. I- ,: every Liquors sold Jn tt
,111 ...H.ila!: Fla. Charges sewing as reasonable. 26 South 5S hulk >r bottle, whol..?3l#> or retail, at prices that 'j : VI
at 'SO | & CO.,
sneezing.! Sold by druggists C. WATSON '
i r: everyone who buys are wjy down. S if : -
Sprang; btt\\eenVes, Romana: and 56 Warren Estate.' Rental and InsuraaceI I ;
I .S we will lend cts. or mailed l by Ely Bros., Leadlcz Real Sly : : -
South : BEER.I
streets. ml9-lm .-genUl -
0 build house hl-tl street, New I I I, 4'

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was placed the state table most beautifully J
SOMETHING FOR NOTH- Regular communication
decorated. The table "'M 1i ot Pensacola Lndge No. 42,
INO. half circle at each end with long A F. & A. M., at/T:30 p. m.,
center joining them and coveredwilt March 19

"GOOD LUCK" iAmj, I'owdereaas i snowy damask. At one end there i I I II gree.Work in the E. A. de-

"hichlhen was a low mound of most exquisite Vii brethren Lire invited
now contain "Sections, tiling cordially

turned in ac'corJanci with directions, are re'l I Rex begonias: maiden- ferns and I The selected leaf of India and Con't be extravagant: in Tea. I I VALUE
Boston ferns artistically grouped R. C. TCXISOX; M.
\alnafclc. These "Sections" cost the consumer I I. Down the center of the table wen I: C.yl Hl, properly handled Tetley's costs more per pound ,; T. H. FLEETWOOD ) ec.'udgiu's .

aUoluivly;: netling, but a
nevertheless an opportunity for earning I: flower the plants set in red white ;, and Invigorating. tea. I, fife Qest ftr 5c.

money prices. I and blue paper covers. ASK YOUR GROCER. r I II .
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I I Alternate with these were tall!!

!.slender vases three feel in hsight; I, ___ _. I II I NOW OPEN !
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On the line
Richmond. Virginia i I tcp ; the pi. _
filled with graceful red and white; car I w

nations and plumosa fern with smiax! An Extensive Optical I Institution
..................N...... find at the bottom. Just MI '
falling; from them. smilax covered to

the table with its delicate' tracery Easily' Tire Eyes. BOWLING' ALLEY

i SOCIAL ECHOES i among the Ion bon dishes and appointments 2i lillet of tbls Condition Invites Disease. '' longs, as 'tis such an extr Low
of silver and cut glass Protectourbealtb by removing the strain.

....I............o.......n I Violets were scattered over the entire l'e ExamiceKyes Free, and Recommend No 11 West intec dencia Street ONE, while the VALUE sr
Glares only when Absolutely Benetlciat. I II ;oft
the color schemein !
: table completing
Opposite! Jas. McHujrh's.-
the flowers of red white and blue:
: tables violet
i Smaller with carnations I

and smilax decorations adorned I The Oaly Refracting optician In tbe City.
The Osceola Club was a scene of I It's a Ladies' Lace She-
I the bay windows of this room. I Graduate of Paris, (Franc) and Philadelphia. Chris Thiesen a'3
rare :beauty, magnificence: and elegance : '. t .
In the reading! room snowy tables of I
last night n the reception given i
difterent sizes were conveniently arranged 282| SOUTH PALAFOX ST., OLD ARMORY BUILDING. spring heeled patent anti. .
Admiral! lie;llson and the officers I CORNER ,I 'S
and thtlong front gallery Note-Beware of Spectaces Peddlers. Room 9.
of the North AfL ntic Squad
which inclosed and lighted with: !! real toes,
was INTEHDENCIA AND BAYLEN SIS. dressy and tht
ron. The first thing at the head of tie
the national colors were placed! two
the stairway was agaiiisi the grilled One Block West of Palafox.
tables. These tables were each
I I 1 I
arching the letters r. S. X.* in reJ, long
with smilax trail Common Sense styles.
covered in white
.aurtli side was exceedingly handsome, KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF 'tare
in over them and sprinkled with vio I
-:rill was liambo and on each side ol I ?

_ inarch were kinked: Urae palm l '. B.'aiif'3 uf handsome red and ....tG.......... ; ......1.... .... I t I '
ii : ,'. -. The background; of this wa white cm nations wit h. ferns graced O :
I each table. Dainty dishes of bon bOils: PUREST[ I L1QUOR8FOIL 1
Amen"' tn nags draped. Over the :, -qth, '\)lyviol' ;

1 e; : airway was i-rectwl a teruporarjband I!I with the silver and glass appoint .. :roles'';: :--';; !'
means completed the tables. Cover 'NAt '/IIt .
11 i stand which! was draped with
I i acre laid for three hundred and,fifty; I .
national colors. The walls of the i /i
An elegant sapper: was served .i "
guests. I ,5
f hall were decorated with loam! "" and I

ilass. The reception mom on the in courses by attentive waiters (Means MM Use ,,
north side was exceedingly I handsome I with smoothness and ease that was' :I New Grocery I'Family or

Remarkable with such a large party, : i I I II
the walls yere draped in bamboo, and FOB I II I
The Erst course was oyster cocktail, I I
festoons of this Illltiful'ine JAMES
covered i McHUGH Prop. i
followed rwith turkey stuffed ham,. : !
the ceiling] being caught here and ,
salid, beaten biscuit olUei i The Sailor Iaodsmao
there with handsome bunches of DIFFERENT STYLES
salted almonds. Ice cream ii I
1 grapes. The electric light shone and !! i ROASTED COFFEES I II
through:: red white and blue globes, colors red white and blue and cake I ,I 1
with 0. C in on tot ,I !
while the chandeliers were draped iced monogram ] Swedish Punch, Danish Aquaril
American flags. 1 I -+\ +- j
surmounted by tiny
with flags. llanJ-iome rugs covered : German Kummel and other brandsof I

the floor and easy chairs were conveniently Coffee followed this and champagmwas imported Wines and Liquors. .. ,.
paced! The fire places and The served daintiness throughout and elegance of supper this i .* Here only you will find the N. C. I
mantles were banked with splendid
the entertainment might w'elrepay !: I Bowen, Kentucky Whiskey 24 years
part of j
palms and plants. The shwy grillsbetween : OUR SPECIALTIES. old.
committee who had it ii I
the reception room and hall ; :
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1 room adjoining: were twined with charge. ----- : I Valhalla Branch corner Garden II I.
( bamboo and flags. The ballroom with The arrangement committee were.j c '4S street and 10th avenue.ITeI1esIaho I $1.00PAIR.
II. Turner, chairman Mr_ L&.I
i Mr. ('has.
its el)-'gant floor in perfect condition I -
Saltmarsh, Mr. Walker Ingh 3 -a : I
1 i-'fi.-ratetl! in palmetto! The E. O.
vat palm. I I. a =
.and balcony! was screened with it. ram. Mr. Ed. G. Quina, Mr. Franl k : :a I \ 1e. C'-) tHIGH \ s ( Collpy[ .
J. Clarke ,
and Mr. *
Moss Whiting '
and the chandeliers! decorated with ; ...I mW
'hiand tiny .Imu-rican flags. To I
committe, Mr. H. 11. C -of .
Hec >ption :
I rvar of the reception room: was thtland's' I' I GROCERS.Headquarters .
Thornton president of the club. | Z I ;: .
I : dressing room whieli was I L&.I -
chairman! Admiral Wise of the na.' 1 -I for
ta>-fully arranged.; On the south. \ I- ,
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ti vy. General J. D. Bingham and Col Z .
side of the building the billiard room
any r.'ading room were thrown into, .F. M. Mills of the Army, Col. D. 0Col. ". L&.I i 'ti'ft ITI Fancy and Staple Groceries.

one, making; a stately banquet [,all..1 Itrent T. V. Kessler Mr. 1C J I -t'I< : ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE .
: I
Job IJ.. I
W. A. Judge
Itrent. Mr. .Blount
Here the walls were hung with large' nl'' 0 C') : FANCY GOODS.
American flags, the Admiral's: tlagan.1 a;I 1C. AE'rIr.. A. M. AHrJ.Ir.. \V. 11 I I WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERSFOR
I Mr. T. C' L ;-- ; 13 .
\V .S.
Union Jacks being conspicuous KnoIt's.Ir. Keyser. i iif c I WEST FLORIDA FOR THE
NVatson. Mr. James M. Muldon am 1 Shoe CoFeet
among them. The ctanh'ifi'l're! 111. Zl I mJ CELEBRATED Meyer
twined with flags and over the tablt Mr. John S. ::.:: -of I Cafe du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home
was shed a soft radiance through thE. The floor committee. ,Mr. F. ARosss. i =i : Molasses Illini and Climax Flour,
chairman. Mr. \V. D. C. Kes.i. I.I.i. Baylels Delicatessen German-Ameri
patriotic colored shades. The mantels 0
and fire-places in these rooms I I 'r. Mr. \V. M. Pitt Mr. A. A. Brooksand i.l.. Q .Z I can Food Company's Canned Meats, Furnishers I'jr Cash On)
I ; Etc., Etc.
were triumphs of 1e decorators art. Mr. John Oatlin. I .

in th,' tasteful arrangement of tin;, The 'treshmc-nt committee CapIlaid' : : i GRADE GROCERIES WHOLESALE AND RETAILJJ Lumber.
chairman Mr. J. fMcCatighy. i St.
ornamental plants! plln.:111'\ ft-rns' 1 11.! \ik 'n ; 2x3 scantling. $5 per thousand.3x3 102 South

i ,wn the centre ot roe billi.ird I'm i ; Mr. John A. Merritt, Mi Feed Stuffs of All Kinds.r I.:1o scantling Iii' per thousand.
I Cps Kitzen, and Ir. W. I?. Uunyan. i i 'Other items in proportion. Call and ,

-- -- I see us.MClmo..
At nine o'clock thft reception l-egai n[ PHONE 105. .
A FAIR TEST. mid from that time until about fou I -
o'clock this morning marked th e N. ......................N....1...1m.1........: -- :

See If Ccffee is the Cause of ----- --- .
I Really : Mast brilliant and elegant; entertain- I

1 Ails. pient CUT given in Pensacola. The F, E. BRAWNER'S BIG I Vr\1m 'ir"'Ni'\ r\t' ':

Some coffeo lrnkors tliink they. 1:1li..i. gowned In most beautiful toil : THE SMOKER i DEPARTMENT STORE.I

can s-t on w ihol1; twins sicK !I.y ; eye the officers in full dress '-, i
limiting the :tUu\-al.('(' to just one' uniform. The club members in Pensacola is to have another big THE NEW STORE |

I cup a day and some: j" "opo can stand: { full dress filled the rooms making NEXTTHURSDAY department store, preparations for its'1 :

that all right, but others cannot. 'hem a kaleidoscopic picture ot beauty opening now being weir under way. ''

There are many p-.t'pnlure! fill i and pleasure.: In the ball room It will be conducted by F. K. prawn ,

poison of coffee is so 1.1:1rk..I, and the band from the Alabama rendered THE OFFICERS OF THE SQUADRON er, the popular Palafox street merchant rf WHO'S I:

direct! that one cup per day it Mbw. j beautiful music for the dancers, alternating I and will be one of the most w.

(,,11111 steadily, will surely and certainly : with 'Prof. \Vyers orchestra WILL ENTERTAIN IN RE- complete establishments of its kind ;i .

i put he i patient in bed or produce: j which was placed in the bandstand I TntFOR COURTESIES EX in this city. I'

chronic, fix...l disease (If one or m.>rj [ << in the hall so that music was : The two store rooms adjoining his ; YOUR TAILOR ? IMl:

1 i ; organs (it the hOlly.g' ,I an unending feature of the evening. I TENDED. place of business are being remodled'' .

When! a person suspcts wijfco to Both guests and en'ertainers enjoyed\ I and arranged for the purpose of displaying ,, 1
t I _- We invite you to come in and see the elegant line of Suitings >
11 be the cause of his or her stomach, the utmost this evening of pleas the large stock of goods that "
i jto I we are showing for Spring and Summer wear. 1
J : liver Kidney bowel hf'artlr eye,.listurbanee. lure which was a credit to PensacolaIthroneh Arrangements are being perfectedkby will be (taried and the opening day ) >
Our Flannels and Wool Crashes are exclusively in pattern, and
, f : it is well to test the case her most progresive and elegant the Chief petty officers of the is eagerly awaited by many. "
I all garments made by ED. V. PRICE & CO. for us are guaranf.
: by leaving off coffee for ten days : institution, the Osceola club. squadron to pull off a smoker at I
teed to fit or no sale. Their representative will be with us A
1 you
t Z and using Po. tnm I"'M.I Onffee: in its the Armory ban next Thursday night, Mrs. N. Bowers will have her open ;0
i \ place If there an improvement i Admiral !Ii/i-: : entertained Tj the 2Cth. This smoker is being given ing of new Spring Millinery, Tuesday,

in health the pniof is absolute and j charming party at dinner last stew in return for the many courtesies Wednesday' Thursday, March 24.1 Thursday, March 19th. S;

I'' common sense will naturally guide ling on the Kearsarge. attending the that have been extended by the cit. 25 and 26. . .

'!! anyone who values comfort, easecontent i reception afterwards. izens and promises to be a most enjoyable 1 GIVE US A CALL.
t --* *- gaga
1! and atoilitto d'i things to I affair and one long to be remembered It Saved His Leg.P. "

I i 1 t make! the change permanent and con I Captain Davis entertains at linnet I in connection with the visit A. Danforth of LaGrange Ga., -..,- - .... "' ;a

. ", 'tiniie the use of-Dostum instead of :I, tonight in honor of a party of Mobile of the North Atlantic fleet to this suffered for six months with a frightful "

I f :: coffee, for it means that-life is worth '|I'I ladies. I port. running sore on his leg; but I GOODMAN & RADER as
11;, the living when one can* bo well.! I In special appreciation of the courteous writes that Ducklen's Arnica Salve .GRAY
:,: ,
Now and then will be found a degenerate ; Misses Anna and Gertrude Deck of treatment and hospitality received wholly cured It In flv days. Fort I .

;, who really prefers sicknessof i jCrr.v. fordville. Ind., arc in Pensacola; ; at the hands of the Elks, that Ulcers. Wounds. Piles It's the best FISHER BUILDING, COR. PALAFOX & INTENDENCIA SIS ;a

some sort to the comfort of /JII.I! for health and 11le sme. They ary popular organization will be invited salve in the world. Cure gauranteed.
and! such . health. pr. nieces of United States Senator Pat i fin| a body. Invitations will also be -
f berte druggist, 121 South Palafox
1 I to use articles of food an.l drink that: I, terson of Colorado and Gov. La Foil : sent to the officers of the local mill- street )) \ rT: V ',) -'f

.".' they know do not agl'e"ith. them. ette (Wisconsin and come of a distinguished I jtia, city and county officials and I

la this land of liberty lot every om, I family. Miss Anna Beck is i i prominent citizens. Try Gnnther'i Candies at :

choose his o\\ n course, but one .great,. one of' the leading literary women'ol I This function will be given by Solomon' A CREENHUT & CO. *
staring pertinent, absolute fact stand:i I central Indiana and is delighted wIth I about sixty of the petty officers, who ,

ont. that coffee does cause misery ant], ]: Pensacola. its climate its scenery and I will each be entitled to invite: one NOW IS THE TIME TO FURNISH "

distress to thousands of people who t I traditions. While here she will embody guest. Thecommittee arrangements YOUR DINING ROOM, AND MAR .WHOLESALE GROCERS

do not suspect the cause and the: facts gained in literary work already appointed are: STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU ... ,

quinine of coffee and taking on Pos I that she has in hand. Chief Master-at-Arms Roderick of WANT IN SIDEBOARDS, CHINA
.: : Nos. 102104 106 East Government SI PENSACOLA FLA.
turn Food Coffee will return the average the ;assachusetts. CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS.See .. ,

: person to health and comfort I __ _ -
Mr. and Mrs. J.1.. Keeney of Craw- Chief Yeoman Lynch of the Ala ,I --- --- --- -- - -- u

This fact can be proven by any coffe e: fordsville. Ind., are in the,city for an bama. Hudgins' new labeL FOR LUMBERCall CREX AMERICAN CRASS CAR

drlakvr. I extended visit. Mr. Keeney was for Hospital Steward Shafer of the In on BEEKMAN LUMBER PETS AND LINOLEUM, FINEST
Huclgins has label for the
a new
Don't lot the cook PostuH
serve I j mer proprietor and editor of the diana. CO. for estimates before placing EARTH FOR YOUR
best 5 cent cigar on the market. ..
under-boiled. Insist that directionson i
Crawfordsville but is Secretaryand orders for lumber. d1B1mHudgins'
i Star now con Chief Yeoman Ballots I your
the package be followed
jnected with the Louisville & Xah- of the
I Treasurer Kearsarge. I f new style label for his 5
turn is delicious having a flavor al vine railway. II I Hot Chocolate with RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTOS &

Its own not so sharp as "drip coffee,'' Millinery opening of Spring fashions Whipped Cream at Solomon cent cigar will interest you. QUINA.
far better than ordinary coffee will L Chas. J. Myers; : representing thee Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 8. Hot French> Waffles with -

much the soft mellow flavor of Equitabla Life Insurance Company March 24, 25 and 26, at Mrs. N. Bow Gnntfeer'i Candies at
I Florida Cane Syrup at Try
j nost expensive grades of Java. i ihas: returned to T lahassee, ers on South Palafox street Jgulngv, fifeesf jtr oc. Solomon Solomon' .



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