The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 21, 1903
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

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t9- President Gompers of the American b 4jf1i;
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Federation of Labor Thursday sent' ., ... .J.:t.I ;
the following telegram: i j I! (Jt i: f., ,,f{:

Chief of police Tampa: Fla.: Washington, March 13.: -The Administration \;; "r
fn the name: of organized labor, as will : ,
now turn its attention tF' a ;
well as every libeity-loving citizen 1 i>,
to Ecgcta. in the mountain fact- t
demand 1 full protection to our organhers '! Absolutely ,M t 'II :-'. 3, ;.C>
(I nesses of CoI'imLh: where the nt j ...
James \Vocd and James it
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Roberts and others whose lives have step ia the grand"scheme for the con I : f

been threatened. These men I know I l&truction, of an American canal I'' t c' t ji l ; ; F
to be law abiding citizens and would connect the Atlantic and the Pacific I. .
t I ters before the canal scheme will bit \
not be guilty of an unlawful act. They oceans will be made. Considerable t

have a right to organize workingmen practical I' A.r+ !1" I"
concern i is manifested here over the i ; #
.I and if necessary in defense of their reports that have come from Panama The tremendous saving of dU- :' 1 f 1"1 1

rights, to strike for the enforcementof to the effect that a vigorous filbustei tares that will, follow the establish II;: if. "" ," 1. ., .,

them if no other means of redressis is to be made against the treaty by ment of this canal can be best realized ;.
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afforded. The kidnapping and maKing certain recalcitrant Columbian 11 by a glance I at the map. In *t,ii r ;i- i'i
t. Legislators ; .
with a number of Tampa's addition to the saving of coal on t '. .f' '
away and there is ,
1\\1\\ a prospect a
f0(1.ll( .fI/((/vt'\ \1\\ I.l ) continued using Peruna for a workmen less than two years ago big figh before tLe steamers, which is always a wry important i ,.01'\'$ .,: '
: Convention
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ii\t\\! ; \I :kt'l' while and have never felt the L
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{ ,:. \ f fl.! 11 f symptoms ot catarrh since. Pe warrants belief that: the: present Bogota. item, the time that is gained r 8 n'. t'

J1l if ,t, Is certainly a good medicine, and threat is serious and emanates from a It is alleged that Germany Eag'and! by making the shorter route will have, i i't! U It .Jf,;I

tl1'tf! \ I \I:)\' 1t: 0 the highest praise which" ia' tapatalistic organization of banditti. ani other European Powers have a broad influence on the commerce of .t + i r : 1

), '"I it by the general public. Samuel Gompers. the world. There will he a saving of I .8 I
,: ':lhi!{ '.ki i. \ : ( ;-e Durham has: been Secretary and This emissaries :ia the Capital of Columbia: about 10,000 miles clone in a trip f'
o $ telegram was sent by Mr.Gonipcrs who .K
; ,1 arc industriously! ;
It- : ,l a7 ) ,t j 1 carer of the city of Greensboro, Ga., engage from San Francisco New ., 4 :
1.I: ? \I'I! :!;>>)Vt.'It; 1 \ past three years, and has been a I on receipt of statements ; up obstacles In tne path of to York ascompared 'i I ," ,i!;

,l.\t I$ I ))\!) \. judge; for ten years from the organizers affected that the the treaty It is believed] that there with the present routs j'II'
around Cape Horn, which steam vessels : ft' 1
subjoined, communications had been
\ s some truth in ; 7
these .
1 jl8)) f j Dread Consumption: reports. It isknown
\ \ Vh ; received by them: r that are required to take (' 1 j :
;) 1 ) I .xl': are three roads which lead from : Germany, especially I
"/1 ,. I\ ( Tampa. March, 1D03.: : would be I ,. } i
& !//f \\I\ % to consumption. Over one of pleased to prevent the; consucin.itinn -
... :, X., ),$'I 11%, IfL'ij, :' \;\ roads paall of that great multi James Wood: of any deal by which the -ft i ::::1

:\ ((4,, n 14))',\",I 'i/:! .. of people who die every year of You are hereby commanded to United States will! have complete con- RIVER CUTS -J

: .E ITRIIA'd, OP 'mucsnor.o, GrCnGI1.111 umpti..n. Each route begins with leave the city at once and never re trol over tie Isthmian Canil. Then,
l and happiness and ends with due turn. Our men have been watching
again; some of the Columbian
:: '. .' of the Lungs I I remedy, Feruna, and made a prompt r<"- I and death. von since your arrival and we are ots have gone on a "strike" agains* LEVEE NEAR {
I co-v cry. Tlic cfTair created quite a sensation road: a slight cold-neglected- r.. !
i 1" First Stage ofSo convinced that you are a trouble-ma- the treaty and arc holding out
H medical circles especially and in the head or throat chronio againstit

C..'...,u: ntion.. I them-'n!"frieudsofJudge Durham'-eren -extends to the lungs-eonsnrp. ler.: Leave the city and save the in the interest of personal gains.

I ,only exwivhngly gratified: at his recovery II death. trouble of our being compelled to remove The French Canal Company, however PECAN POINTREPORT '1cP1 t,

All Medical I tci were enthusiastic in theirpraiaosof iho remedy that Lad broughthim -settles in the lung"-cou grad- in the city twenty-four hours afterreceiving representatives on the ground with ;' v
i.ioritbs: Agree. relief growing \vorse-consumption- this letter. Take big ,
well filled purses, whoso duty it will REACHES MEMPHIS Of F' i+
The following written statement from guard and leave the city under pain of be to see that these kickers are 9 t
.1' :a .ll-kno\vn local road cold
: a -neglected-pettJea
"' the judge himself set forth the facts: leath for we will not have nor tolerate brought; into line. GREAT LOSS OF PROPERTY fti. r 4{
had .
>, c.a an expee- throat-hoarseness: short breath
w :II worth reciting. Greensboro, Ga., March 3, 1900. .- -death. any more strikes in this city. It is confidently\ believed tint all AND LIFE. cF

current among the "Some time ago I contracted a severe an have just started on ono of Leave or you die. opno: !'ition will bo gradually! overcome, { tl1p

-: b teas threatened cold which settled on my lungs and in road, all of whom could be easily Committee of Tampa and Surrounding and that the treaty will be ratified in { a

\ 'i. It was fearedfer a I my head. I tried many remedies, all by Peruna. Thousands more are Country, time to enable President Roosevelt! to -
( Uy wire to The News)
I v' ito losc ono of its of which gave me no relief i con way to the fatal end of one of these Tampa March 1003.:
I .' uflw : who are still curable by % course name the Canal Commission before Memphis, Tenn., March 20. An '
'ntlal citizens eluded tiiet my case was catarrh of the i' ,4 {
:1 by I'eruna Ytt other James A, Roberts: his retiring; from Washington in June.
j il I that tilt jude heed end lungs, and seeing Peruna so .
states that the levee
: arc near the end whose last You arc hereby commanded toleave Senator Morgan claims that the report I
rhit from of highly recommended I began using it,
could be made bearable
and bore the city at once. You conspire I'r.ited Stales has already fixed at Pecan Point, twelve miles be '3', a"
niroaad that he a
< I I experiencing; very best results from more probable by commenc up
I L. '. world! famoust the first bcttla. (, without delay I to bring nisjscr Jlillian: !back. You deal by which UiO objections to the low here Iras broken! a great voluma ,

r,i- -J of S10C9911as brrightYood: here., You are conspire canal ratification/ at Bogota will be i
: : been deposited in the Bank, Colum of water sweeping through and cause :

fV. 'ih:1, as a guarantee that the above testimonial genuine ; that we hold irs; with the anarchists You brought inbor them to offset. lIe alleges that the United ing immense damage and possibly J, -

I tn .:r, '?wfslon; authentic letters certifying to the Every one of our tes.linwm.L anarchists bring!; on a from strike Key West to bring ona States for increased the necessary us r:>franchise ice to Columbia from- los of life. The story is as yet unverified I ; j,

; ;; an genuine and in the words of the one name is appended. strike and we think your next move.I yr' '
The river here is stationary at 4) 'j lx rt 1
fcr the good of Tampa: will be to leave un-derstanding, ) j 4'' 7 ,
feet. The ;
I government engineers ;how I.
;, e. f\K ON WARSHIPS. PLANS FOR NEW BATTLESHIPS.The 0:? INTEREST TO the city and if you ever come backYO1 was to go to the revolutionary party, great anxiety over the condition of ; p F t,'
do so at jour own peril. To remain in order to its consent to tho t
sacu e
affairs in the St. Francis district, and : dr.
Era tS'1'PS' Seven Less: 16CCO-Ton: Vessels Are to> be twenty-four hours after rectiv- treaty.It unless tJ r'
the strong winds subside it i i" ): 1
T Hi : Completed. Of the Connecticut Type. Lo'lls1arrll! 19,-In the United ins; this letter means death for both is estimated that the amount of feared a mighty Hood, will rush 'i 1 "- e, ,

in'h .::According \\'ashlngto.larrh :21.! -The Naval Circuit Court of Appeals app you and ,,"ood. Get out of the city material printed\ in the Senate on the through. I ; hIt ; t P' J,
i?nal prows:: report, Board of Construction today considered I"I: was handed down by Judge and save us the trouble of removing canal question exceeded that published is now washing over at Popart 1 ; ; j '

\ mural Howies chief plans for the five new battleships 'er in the case of the Supreme 'O'I. on any other subject, except proposed Point and Uandomshot. A rumor hail !' j 1 '
'Lt the nine Committee of Tampa and Surround 1 tariff laws that has been before a '
navy, of just authorized by Congress. Royal Arcanum, against Anna been rife that a large break has oc k' i

,I under construction, The board took up the projected 1C.- which is remanded with in- ing Country.Mr. Congress in the past fifteen or eurred at the latter place, but it cannot fr # i
he 4f1
announced that
;Missouri and Ohio, UI) \.tun ships first and it was practically that the plaintiff is not en Gompers twenty years be confirmed. 1 t

i r' I ;" per cent com- decided that the Connecticuttype to recover. The decision will had been advised that letters similarto Great Engineering Project.It The situation along the upper Arkansas '{ rv

,'" ly, are less than now under construction represents Interest to fraternal organiza these also were served and on Frank Jose is estimated that it will requireten side is extremely alarmingand I I >j jM

i about the best ship of the kind and members: who are insured lime, George Bristow years to complete the canal so necessitates working hundreds of 5-91 '

u>n battleships be- yet designed, so the plans will be clues in this organization. An Kelly, members of the Cigar Makers'international that it will be open to full nav igation. laborers in piling up sacks ot earth t<7 1 r I yrf ,

\ .r...uia and the GeorI adopted fur the new' ships with possibly Taylor is the widow of George Union. The distance from sea to sea is 4309: save the country. f{r I K

'" '".. I a degree of com- a slight alteration in ths disposition )lor, a member of the Royal Ar- miles. The time required to make f
'I "nu' tol! per cent. of the armor. of Denver lie was insured the passage through the canal is estimated REVIVAL SERVICESARE x
-hiis.| under their con- By adopting this course it is estimated $3,000 in 1893: and died in Novem at twelve hours by steaming. LARGELY ATTENDED.
'!" completed in Fob- that advertisements for construction 1900. Payment of the insurance Orders have been issued for threeor From 40,000 to 50,000 laborers will be 1 f k j'-

', .. it i b not thought that can be issued within six was contested on the four of the war vessels now in put to work on the project, which is The revival services at the Palafox '

.v be. finished before weeks. In regard to the 13-000-ton that he had not paid the port to proceed to sea next Monday about twice the number of men in !street Methodist church, conducted 6 r i '

1.. entire list of battle ships, it is said that the navy list; assessment: of October, 1900, morning for the purpose of engaging the United States' standing Army by Evangelist :Mcintosh, are attended 4ta

-. \ .I i. r-,'y made the most does not include a ship of this; ton on the last day of that month, Friday.It at the outbreak of theVar with by congregations taxing the capacitY' r{ ; '

: ";re>s in February, rage which is; satisfactory to the was. therefore, suspended accor understood that the vessels included Spain, and four times as many men of the auditorium. Rev. McIntosh i3 v t "
,ni! 4 wills as were in the United States Navyat small!! in stature, nervous in movement -
completion peri construction board, so new plans to the by-laws. in this are the Iowa, Indiana, "
have to bo prepared, involving the" collector failed to pay Taylor's Texas and Massachusetts.The : that time. The cost of the entire and preaches with a spiritual {1, ', j
is estimated at $l6! /O00,000 p \\'erculiar to himself: 'Rarelyhas ;
-ht armored cruisers consumption of many months' time. for October as he had absence of these vessels from project ,

..MI'action, of which tho One proposition is to make the yes+I in the habit of doing when over the city will necessitate the postpone- including: the purchase price, which is this congregation felt the powerof .

"' j..r cent, theVest Yir.i sels armored cruisers of 22 knots( and when it was tendered three ment of the smoker to be given by about | ,orOflOO' less than the cost of divine presence and witnessed the 4fi a

I', cent the Cahfor2'2 death, the proposed N'icarauga Canal. manifestations of the Holy Spirit aI i tlWd t
i vr speed, with 10inch guns. later, just before Taylor's the petty officers of the fleet until } 'TJ
',> :: per cent., the refused on the ground that tin- Friday. Among the big engineering obstacles has been the case there last week. s t.
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.i fnm :21! to :21! per cent. TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY by laws Taylor was under sus The Illinois will leave here Sunday, that will have to be overcome, GOLDMIRE REYNOLDS r-

". 'I1' 'inessoo nor the \Vashl Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet. All Mrs. Taylor recovered judge March :29! for New Orleans, where two are held by some people to be BO WAS DISCHARGED

\ In'en begun. crnggUti ure. E. W.refund Orove'i the signature money it Is It on falls tacb to against the Supreme Council, she will be docked if conditions per formidable that they may defeat the L4

at present nine protect- appealed. entire scheme and Involve our Government
box. 5e. ) mit. Goldmire Reynolds, colored, whtf
I.lkr: construction of Thayer, writing the opinion, in the loss of hundreds of was arrested several days ago charge 1 ted <

t't't and, which should Mrs. N. Bowers will have her opening the question at issue is to de- SIR KNIGHTS, ATTENTION! millions of dollars. On of these is with having robbed a sailor from + s

i ''i"j.loted June 14, 1902:!, of new Spring Millinery, Tuesday, the question whether the Su the construction of a dam at Bottle s r
one of the war vessels In John Ball'isaloon t
.,r,. *i implied;i'2' per cent. Wednesday and Thursday, March 24, Council was cognizant of the Regular Conclave of Coeur de Lion to prevent the inundation of the sure has been given '
a preliminary
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25 and .
IVnver. which under n Templar: lounding low country. To do this it ,;
the. of the collector in accepting Commandry No. 1, Knights hearing before Justice Wolfe and wa* t, xivot.

", .! :.M; have been completed assessment in violation of its by 8 p. m., Monday. March 23rd. Workin will be necessary to build levees to discharged. i y ,
; i' "-, is now &6 per cent No Name Hats, $3.00 lIe finds nothing In the evi. Red Cross degree. unknown height on very bad, marshy ( S J

value, $1.98, at to warrant this assumption. Sojourning Sir Knights are courte- ground. The other is to devise a The ladies are cordially invited ty 1+ : f

Gray Goodman $ Rader's. ously system to control the waters of the inspect: my Spring pattern hats, ors { ,5 ;
.* <''iianintepil Cure for Piles Vanilla Extract has outlived invited.J.. R. KELLER, E. C. Charges river in the rainy season. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, C
: -: It Is the finest and purest floods of that district 1h't
/ glad, Kidding Protruding GIBBS, Recorder. The sudden
or \Y. 24 25 and 26. .
p':0 Hot Rolls, at 5 p. m., lOo extract that can be bought HARRY March .Mrs. N. Bowers.TO 1
druggist at11 refund your swell this stream without warning, w
doz. at Solomon's.Try used. j
tried, always
:,:. OINTMENT Jails to cure Piso's Cure will cure your. cough;! ,:! a rise of 52 feet in two hours being CCRK A COLD IN ONE DAY 'V

The News, 10 cents per week, largest, the best and newsiest. relieve soreaes o_* the lungs, and help reported. The engineers must arrange Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablet ,

T.. The Nes WANT COLUMN. j delivered. 4 I News, 10 cents' per week. 'difficult breathing. I a plan for diverting these war bOX Tbii, denature rSc. WK Jf nt IL on every t 4

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FUR TRAPPERS. The "Tom o' Brdlami." THE JOKE ._AS A POWER. Ownership of Stage "Da..e." -1.--
4 I In the old days, when the supply of One of the peculiar things about a

(fte Kind of Life They Lead Tp IB lunatics exceeded their accommodation It !. R.pldlyUeCOtt Ml.fctlerThma copyrighted play Is that any little piece _J \ .
the Wild of C...da. at Bethlehem Uospll: the difficulty the Pea. of business or any new lines which
Yon admire 'furs." commented aa was! not met by the building tempo- Men who fear nothing else shrink may be inserted in the manuscript

Id trapper he Mt contentedly amok"lug rary annexes but by the admission of from a joke upon themselves.Soldier* while a sunk -ompacy is playing the
hlc pipe. "You should go where Ve outdoor patients who went by the who do not flinch before opposing guns drama belong thereafter to the man

get them. Ah. that la the life-pure name of Tom o' Bedlams. As an old dread to be made ridiculous. Woe to who owns the ("Or) right.

>ir. plain. wholesome food and then chronicle tells us: 'They had on their the national hero who makes one trifling Every time a ,,({.(.k company rents a
after the season's work that brigade: of left arm an armilla of tin about four mistake which may subject bira play for production from tie owner of
off down inches long. about their to clever caricature! His! meritorious
fur loaded canoes going the They wore
the cupynfft; it is cut interlined and
lakes. Every canoe is loaded you necks a great horn of an ox in a string career Is henceforth shadowed by one added to before it is produced. A stage for infants and Children.
..know almost to the gunwale, and tbey or bawdry which when they came to a colored illustration. A comic paper will _
jltrins out r ue behind the other, a l lon/ hou :e for alms they did wind, and they tip the scales of justice, snatch the vic manager, for instance, may interpolate Castoria i;; a hanul .s !substitute for Cantor Oil, Pare.

line of them. They usually start out did! put the drink given them Into tlu'3 tor's prize from his extended palm and some speeches in order to work up to gone, Drops aiul Soothing Syrup It is I'lea-ant. It
the Introduction of a song or specialty, coutiiins neither Opium. Morphine
early In the morning: and i>addle, paddle horn whereto: they did put a stopple." rob the orator of choicest laurels. A nor other. NarcotiC
(r Le may strengthen; the climax by fiU L"'ta 11('('. Jt dcstrojs Worms and allays l\ ori...lm,....
paddle, hour after hour down tl.LiI It was found however "that several brilliant satire will mar the fortunes It ". l)iarrh a-nl x
fmtting in some new and strong lines. cur* i'i AVintl Colic. It reliries 'IVctlil
I| stream through that lake and so into vagrant persons do wander about the of the greatest statesman a laugh will Often these Interpolated lines prove to ins Troubles and cures Constipation. it rl'nllt(-s the
(Jrillzitlon.Dut city of London and countries. pretendIng turn the tide of a political convention. Stomach; mill Bowel, Rivinsr healthy and natural lce
be the most striking in the play and '
they don't firget to eat-oh, no! ; themselves to be lunatics under Indeed the joke Is fast becoming The ChUdreii's l'auacca-Tl1c 3Iother's rrieiul.l *
decided hits. If
make they are left in
About iioou they go a!<;:ur.>. They cure in the hospital of Bethlehem. with mightier than the pen. The orator has
when the manuscript goes back to its The Kind You
'1nu')' the canoes to OWl hanging treei brass plates about their arms and inscriptions learned Its value, sail even the clergyman owner they Income his property absolutely Have Always Bough
mid hrnt around for a good flat ro<'kOB thereon" and these occasional resorts to it when he desires to
and may not be used by the 1 Bears the Signature of
which to tart their fire. But those patients had in consequence to be stir the flagging Interest of his flock.
man M l.o wrote them in any other production
tellow don't take an hour for luncheon alK>!lished: In 1075.-London Chronicle. It furnishes sufficient excuse for the
; ; therefore shrewd managers:
Time Is too valuable to them. Impertinence of children, and in Its
before they return a play to its ow nor,
They take a drink cf tea It bite of pork. Daft Who Flay Ball ou Sunday. name the daily papers deride the highest -
nl.vays take great pains! to erase
That is! about all. Then they are oft The bishop coadjutor of Pennsylvania national dignitaries. every
scrap) of correction or interlineation.In .
Again. The men spell each other at the Alexander Mackay-Smith, was on What is the meaning of its steady
paddles and occasionally the canoes the way one Sunday morning from the growth In power and what results may this; way only may they keep what #

are bunched by steersmen for a good Kryti Mawr railroad station to the :we predict from its humorous tyranny? une.really belongs to them.-Chicago Trib In Use For Over 30 Years.

"moke."When. chapel of Uryn Mawr college, where he Is there a chance that put keen relish ..
CTT.II. co *iNy. TT muniur STBCCT MCWTQUK nrv
night the brigade: goes was to preach.As for fun may finally proffucc a kind of AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT? 1- ---- --- ---

ashore and pitches its camp. Tents are he drove in the hired station wag humorous dyspepnla resulting from Unusually a hacking cough and a --- ----- --- -- ---.

pot tp. caaij-fires! lighted; and the supper on along the country road he saw approaching overindulgence: unless with epicurean general feeling of weakness, often

prepared great clouds of black fiie? on foot a little boy with a discrimination we di-mand quality, not leading: to fatal results after the patient W. B. WRIGflT>> GOJDPMY
and mojuitm-5 hovering around. Pomepi ball and bat and a catcher's mask. quantity anti stubbornly refuse to is supposed to have passed the :w '

; the nien lu' themselves preparingthe The bishop caused his carriage to pull swallow other than that which should danger point. Foley's; Honey and !

great brown flapjacks for the next up. "Little boy" he said, loaning out, appease a wholesome, nay cultivated I Tar is giiaranted to cure the "grippe \Vj\ I\ t hjJ J| MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS (S

day, while others dry their! moccasins "little boy." appetite la jokes?Caroline Ticknor in cough" and make you strong and

(lr get their blankets ready to bunk In. SIr," returned the lad. Atlantic. well. It never fails to stop a coughif ; TTT"rl.LUMBER LATHS
I taken in time. Take substi. ,
I'erhaps a canoe has to be patched tie "Do you know where little boys go no ,

next morning before the start can be who play ball on Sunday Trifle a* Irritant AuJ.8A
made.'Oh. "Yes; sir," the other answered. "They We are so constituted that what Is Special communication WED cmE 8 SflI5GLEH d.r:,! S 1J

it is a great; life up there in the go to Ileston's: lot, over there behind occurring at the moment interests us of }<;-cuubiLorlre, >"o 15, .
A ; -=- PF. -\COLA.
wilils. of Canada where they get the the dam."-New York Tribune.A often out of all proportion to its im 1- and A. M., 7:3p.. m., ... FLA
furs. You should try it"-New York portance. For example, we are thrown Frid.iv. March :'U. --- -

ffribuue. Brute Woman Sailor. off our balance by the mervst trifles Work in F. C. degree.

Their Opponile Hole. There are any number of instanceson perhaps which occur today, but which dially invited.Visiting; brethren are cor. COAL AND WOOD.WE.EXPECT

"You say that Scrabbles and you record of women sailing ships into la a week's time may have no significance W. D'C. KCSS.LKK. .

played in opposite roles on the night port single banded when compelled whatever. Obstacles: which seem HARRY W.GIKBS.V.M.. TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE
be ran away with the box office re thereto by some exceptional stress of like mountains! when we moot them Secretary.o .
telpts. How was that{" circumstances. A typical ease Is that dwindle away to molehills when we THIS WINTER THAN EVER FEF( RESEND

"While I was appearing he was disappearing. of the brlantlneIoorburg.; cholera get away; from tlipm.
."-lialtimore Herald. stricken the autumn of lb"7 while on Even what seems! tragedy at the moment ,1_ S TOn.X..ll.. US YOUR ORDERS NCW

a voyage from China to Australia The in the future may be the most Bean tie : Hza *!*3VS 3fflSPBignatue

Trouble. like cayenne pepper Is not only one that escaped the pestilence innocent comedy ;;;; Thompson, Olsen & C.

Tery ngreeaMe In Itself, but It gives was the captain's wife, antI she was Most of us are! so constituted that we of ,

;' Tpfit- to_other tblngs.j '. handicapped by having a baby in arms will make almost; any sacrifice for present Manresa Street Teleihone 147.

# --- to suckle and attend to. Neverthelessshe peace. It would seem easier to havean Foley's Honey and Tarcures -- r== --" = ==- '_-_. ,
navigated the vessel into Brisbane.a arm or a leg amputated two years
YOU FEEL SICKAnd I voyage of some seven weeks' dura- hence than to lose a finder today! It is colds. prevents pneumonia ESTABLISHED 1S63.McKENZIEOERTING.

tion, reefing, steering and generally human nature to shrink from pain, and -

you wonder what's the matter. performing the work of a full crew, we purchase release at almost any cost.; Cured of Rheumatism & CO.
Your head aches, you feel tired and while tenderly nuking the sick during It we could only train the mind to look ,

nervous, have no appetite and can't her spare moments.-London Tit-Bits.: at today's trouble and annoyance from o -DIALIRS: : IB- 0

sleep. The trouble) lies in the stomach.It tha standpoint of the future, it wouldbe For the benE tit of suffering humanity

has become weak, and cannot how to Make-n' Good-;UIn Food. I much easier to boar.Success.IcunliiK I desire to :state that I sutft-red Sbip Chandlery and General ;:verely with Muscular and Sciatic
; therefore, do its work properly. Take
: Lanolin, two ounces; almond oil, six Rheumatism for five years. Turing 80S AND 805 8. PALAFOX STKK17T.
a dose of 1I0stett(>r's Stomach Bitters ounces; white wav. three-quarters of ( C.ln.;it.Do that time I tried various remedies a* -w-w-----AGENOY

before each: meal. It will restore the an ounce; spermaceti[ one and one-half not cl'Mn plate glass; mirrors with well as the pre: ::;cripHoiH; of several REVERE COPPER COMPANYJOHN --

: appetite, insure perfect digestion and ounces, ; eljcerin or liquid aWi-ne one- snap and water \\Liih sooner or later physicians, which afforded me very GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUjo ROEBLINO'S; ELAoX'SprMPRhun HOJ.B CO @

I sound sleep and make you feel bet-1" half ounce; tincture of benz In, thirty dims the surface. Alcohol and water I!i little, if any relief. The pain in my I II

44 fer.o other Spring medicine is a3j:J drop Melt white "' ;)\ and almond oil I.; safe, but unK-s-j the mirror is ae-1 I' aId back,aluii't hips and unbearable.legs; was agonizing J could Ccrdigt h.'tti!' Clii! satlsal lsjrneoj! !!! Cltrii! ii\m, Mr!!

aid spermaceti. Take off ,.f lire and I tually dirty ruiiliinj with a oft cloth !! OOMPASStfl. LCG8 Eli.
good. Try a bottle. [ hardly walk and thought: I would b<
I I nd I lanolin, lienzoin and ;glycerin; !It.r.1 I clt'an
ring and beating all the time. I'our in use soap on table glass, much of \hid' i frieiid of min advised me to try ciation.

HOSTETTER'S jar,;. is rather soft and easily scratched .I URICSJOL: which 1 did reluctantlyand .

For this reason a\oid the many: patent: greatly to my urpris; one hot-
STOMACH BITTERS How to Clear the '""I..t'. policing; powders and cloths) aduTti -.1 tie cured me sound -ind well. I THE GARDEN SECTION

To dear! the'llil'.", to a tea..poonful cd to give a high polish to good I I cheerfully recommend It to all who
I[ each of glycerin and lemon juke add a glass. =unVrasdid.; It ia 1"0 a very fine 0- coPensacola:
NEW SCHEDULE. !;!; half cu;> of h..t tl'r.otlr well and tonic. It In'rf'a'fthe appetite' aid-

,i drink. The do>e. If 1I1't'1''sarr. may 111'1 I I i digestion and fin:illy build! up the : Florida

OK j repeated several times during the ;Jv.1 I A Remarkable Case. J,| sjeneral health. You can use this as; ,
i you think be-t. Very truly,
STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ II I. One of the most remarkable cases of I|i w. B. DELEACH. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
a cold, deep-seated on the lungs, 1 i
J. N. A BAD COMPLEXION. I 311 Auburn Ave., Atlanta, 01.Xuv. .
ROliEHSIanaKer.. j 1 causing pneumonia, Is that of Mrs. :
Leave Pimples. blackheads and muddy I 6th. 1902t Beautiful Lots for Sale.
Frf'PportIoud:1Y: ; and'Thurday :
: momus"!: complexionhich are so common Gertrude Fenner Marion, Ind., who t Druggist* eH: it at St CO per bottle*

4e Arrive at Monday. and among boys and girls! at a certain :,1 was entirely cured by the use of one' send to: : UKICSOL stamp for book Chemical of particular Co. Los 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord
Thursday; nisrht. age indicate a torpid liver. A I I I Minute Cough Cure. She says: "The ,
,t- Angeles, Ca' Atlanta (ji.I ing to location and
n Leave Pen",acola 'lu--day and of HEPATICURA will cleanse the I coughing and straining so weakened or surrcundings.
Friday night. system, regulate the bowels and liver j that I I iHS ---
; i me run down in weight from For sale hyIDEY
'Arrive at FreeportVeduesday and produce a clear. healthy complex Except&onailGood Neighborhood, Beautiful View,
and Saturday Ulon1iu ion. Sold to 92 pounds. I tried a number' .
by all druggists. KAHX.Tli High, Dry Fertile Lands.
of remedies to no avail until I used

I One Minute Cough Cure. Four bot.I
1 The
grandest opportunity for investment ever
I ties of this wonderful remedy cured'

BHRGj\INS me entirely of the cough, strengthen-; j cffered in Pensacola.
I '
'' Capsules
tiny ito re superior
ed lungs and restored to i
me my
TOR- Balsam of Copaiba ," Home Seekers Should See These Lots,
----- normal weight, health and strength. !
j lIargis rharaaey. John Sheppard.Sid- (';bce, inm Injeciois. (ffJy'g

: SATURDAY, MARCH 21!, TO MARCH 27, 1903. | ney Kahn. .' .t, Ti1'., .!: OTIV 1 .S'.Y'jo 48 hour tliioi.*the sji ,\i Ifl.t'ti A1 CllllDTDS

I t : win d r ti i
MEAT & MALT has a marvelous
UptPti'c value. \\ hill g and Corner Garden and lint Streets
Remember these goods at the --- ---
prices quoted I. pleasant to take, it helps asimilaUKU --

of food. Sold Uc'DANNHELEI1 | =GOLAYP K.O. BRENT, WM. II KXOWLEH, W. K HYKK. JK.. J, 8, KKEHEPrenldent.

below have to be seen to be appreciated. I BRO:;. Vloe-Pr tilc1dut. Caher As 't C.,br

Srist and Corn Meal Mills
I' We will launder your spreaJ? for1(

i Ladies' Full Bleached Vests. the 40 in all! Wool Extra fne: Twill 15 cents each: and made them look fl. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, First National BanlrO'F

I 10c. grade . . . . . 5cLadies' 1 Serge, 75c value at. . 43c yd : '.ik.-' I.W" -_ i iI iI MUlIIIoCUrflnIJOJ

. Full Bleache Vests. the 100 Ladies Grey Walking Skirts, i ) {'.:; 1\1 iAL ASH PUIK.GKOrs
, 15c. grade at..8 13cLadies' .
good value at $1.50.
our price S3c
STOCK FEKD.Pitronlie .
Short Waist Corsets, 50 f'L dies' All Wool I Grey Walking i I Home Indnatry, for there 1. PSNSACOLA. TLA.zIL'rc.I .

White only------------------ 24c Skirts Latest style at . jvery reason Jon should bnyyoor M<-&! ate-
2-c :
:a.VM. I
":oca >et>d from the Home M&ncfactnrer
.i 200 yards Embroideries Edges 50 Ladies' All Wool Etamine Walking I !;rby so doing yon encourage home ladni.
H. IINOWLKa. W. A. BLOONT, F. C. BREN1. N. K. HYK: ] .
try. Your U left In the -
and Insertions. value. money comma lilt,
Big 5c ;
yard Skirts, colors grey and tan, I in1 JOO In turn are Indirectly benefited I D. 1+. BRENT.

Y Men's, Ladies' and Children's priced at. . . . . 54.43 ti tie In fosterIng the home manufacturer JOt
pr 3oatribate the I
to canle ot labor.
hoto9aph9> Yon owi

k h 10 fast 15c doz, cut black Gent's to,and pair.tan. Shirts.hose. .,. .worth. 8 1-3c Ladies embroidered. White Lawn front.Shirt Latest Waists.cut I, t O-1-1l S. PtlaflJ1'eet.. It which to tbecommcnity coatrlbotpt to In your which.UDDort.XVKLIItJLY yon .live auf I r km r i ni a We Mm n B Mi 4 li,r; ?;i'iu ;

Night Big at . . -43c, 74c and 99c' : : CIJBUL. i rf Q
, value at--------------------- 43c: 10 doz Boy's Laundried Colored I

;u4 10 doz. Ladies'Tab Collars the 10c Shirts ai . . . . . 25c !,! DR. F. E. BRUCE nr. STE-'J DITI")1'i. i -JrWe i-vroT own Bills or Exchange on Great Britain, itch"
l'NV"il.A:'r'; IV rtt'tB": 1
kind, at. . . . . . 5c 10 doz Cent's Pat. Elastic Seam !I i Has returnee! ::ind re..umeJ rracticr. g \IhiWV COY'P\: Oarrr.any. Krat-co, Aastria! ILly, Holland, Brain, Eelglnm .1nssis r; J

10 doz Ladies'ApliqueTabCoilars.25c Drawers ,, '!ny, r4w4ien bocin&rk (ojr' otber European countries.
at------------------: 395 I : Tr'ia' "\t i" lor .tt ...,.
goods at---------------- 10cGent's 50 Office 22lj Government ':;t., tie' "- hI!; C"1'JU, t'rrgtoa. N.vj s j
- dGzGent'sLaceStripe: Balbriggan : I Sali-l.ury Building. San Fort it ;Z"Vessel3 Diabaraed npon tho Most Favorcbla Terms and i. .'!
and Ladies' Hemstitched gan Shirts and Drawyers. Big e:*! 5. in:arri\eat I'ort 1:13..t I Obligations Taken Payable at Port of nestipaUon Ten or Fl/leer. Or I
Handkerchiefs, at---------- 8 1-3c I value at 75c sjit, our I 'ro1o111cDJ.t: 10:00 a.m.arrive at Fort Barraccai I0:': .." after Vessel Arrlres tiers.
price 49c
1:00 p.m.arrive at Fort Karrancai 1:601111
1l 22x54 inch Extra Heavy Cotton Gent's Extra Heavy Blue Overalls 1 8:111I p. m. arrive at tort Uarrancaa <:lSp o I
I Towels at---------------- 8 1-3c -:')':ItIJ KllKNCH M'HKlU'lii- ,. :15p.m. arrive at Fort Barrsuci I:0dp o lrSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
and I
Jumpers with .
or without 8OJ arrive
p.mTraing at r'ort Barraaoat g.tfp.n with which we have a Priva UII
partment for the
I Ladies' Girdle Summer Corsets Aprons at . . . .9Se suit Following i is the schedule of the 'cOla at leave Fort Barranoal for Fenn of Renters.DR.KINC'S.

at . . . . . . 49c 401 none Better Extra Heavy Blue 'I' -oyeruuient t steamer General French TISa.m. arrive at Peasacolan_. Ma a.11
I See our line of White Mercerized Overalls lliiii p m. arrive at P"'DlacolaU p.u
and Jumpers, uiion which THE NEWS prints for the 2:00 p. m.arrive at Pentacoia... .... i.Mp.g
Waisting, nothing newer out at made warranted fast colors ipnpflt of the merchants who hip 5:00 p m arrive at Hensacola_ 6'4S p B j I PROFE33rONAL CA3DS.WIIC.ROWEM. .

.) .. ... . . . .. II heir oods to the tirioa 1l'O p. m. arrive at t'eDsacol&f:66I1..
.15 and 25c yd and not to rip at. . .$1.98 suit army "8:43 p. m.arrive at eniaoola_ VIOL: r TRY --- -
I 10 pcs Mercerized Madras GingLadies 4 ;posts : ; 'Haturc1ay. ollly NEW DISCOVERY
Strap Colt's
patent Skin I Leaves fensucnla .._ _......_ ._. 7noa. FARB: FOB WICK: : DATS.feniacoia D.
hams at. . .. .. I9c. the ydl Sandals the latest creation and Leaves BarrrII ''ll.! _....... -. .. .___ 1il1a. m ,I FOR THAT COLD.
m i ijav to Fort Barranoai -
Piekns ... .. ..._ ..... and retorn 11.1 Office
s 17X
100 : 8. Paltfoi.
piecesfigured ? :iioa m Hnaeol
Lawns and Dimities the sarre you pay $2.25. Our I Le.v... Itarrancat. .. .- .... .. HIS.. to Sary Yard and return_ lei TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
new at. .5c r., .vn p..n'co .. .__. ... am'Arrives m r l'e:1O."I. to Palmetto Beach and reicra in4USDAT Hoarjfrom 8 to9:) a. m. aDd 1 toil) rs
patterns the yd i price. . . . . . $1.49 Barraaca- -11:10" a. m.joi5 and SOiStDVDI.'Vn Cures Consumpticm.Coughs::
25 pieces Madras Ginghams, new I Ladies' Oxfords, Sandals! and Colonials u.Ve. a trip to Fort McKeo and mea then : .-' tt ber permit tae rnanloi C Colds ,,, tod after'o'clock
.aras to Earran '\8. re-I'11 and
Stripes checks at--------- 9e I in all the latest snaaes.; L.'av.M HfirrftacRs ._. ....._.. .. lli: p. m i> .oola. Phone OS.
v ni Lv fort
40 in all Wool Cheviot Serge, 75c i plain and Leaves! Pickcn* ... ._. ..... ... __ l'25p.m 3 ..rg. Barr., ..., PneumoniaHayFevcrPleu- ;
patent tips at 13 a It!.
Leaves IVn-aooia.! __ _._.
grade at. . . . . 49c yd i I- .75c S9c $1.25 and $1.50 the pair Lrf-iv.-s? Pickers. .. _._....._. .._ :4;:13::311 p.p. m in. ?. m. li I ;I.m.m. risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, 1. JOHN S. BEARD
Harrincm 5.1*)
p. m. and make ,
I I IBlllfElb .rip to Ic':-... and ri-tara. 'lI.m Ir..L1 I II.p.m.4p.m m.. | Sore Throat, Croup and .

r tlu Ftc: ? Jolt Wedne'diysandyaturdiys: wit: leave "Hirrjiicas via'pickj ; the i pm. i 'Vboopi Cough. ATTORNEY-AT-LAT.
: p.m. I I
Office': :-'M Thiesen Bulldn_'
F. E. BRA W N E R I j lflS for rnicol at 6:30 p. m. i ? re 'P.BC.I'taiaaolato n.MO CURE. ;NO PAY. i

The General French i is for armyurposs j I PASS art rOB hairiness rrio&y flary .Price: SOc. aid: S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE ; Office Hoars-3:30 a. n;. to 1 II-". .

i ) ; only and any outsider must'I 16r5ardrP'nrn.__..___ lit 1 i I| 2:30p.m.to6:30pm.I
105 S. Pakfox St. lave a pas from the quartermaster i, !'u""oJt... (o Palmetto lea:S ass Cleaning ladies skirts and waiste: !
i I ctake >"" __ is i, Practice in all .tat and dernl ca"!"
t passage: oi her. i ---- II.No one o-r specialties.! star: Laun i All b'julaeii entrusted to me will K- 1"-
tl'blrhel vd alter l:14p 111. dry. prompt and dillgeat acteatioa.
I I.e I

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PEOPLE OF THE DAY _':". f.i-jflf ( t.\: .

USEFUL KEROSENE. 1 'I' <'i f ii: t

Crownlnnhleld Retire.. Ii ,
h lIow It May Be lard to Allvantagn .
[ ,
Rear Admiral Areud Schuyler Crown- I 1t' .I ; i
About the, J G. .oj
Inshleid, commander of the American 1 I'o'
l ;
It Is not: only for the? purpose of illumination :: -
naval squadron iu European waters I m
that kerosene Ls uful a'n-tt h 1
has asked to be retired and the request i! ,
a house. TIe: vtrr oil that! I i.< t: :' in i4. .. ji f
Las been granted. The .: :;t' ; .; tJ I
: : :.: reason as- lan-.i can L<> tur.i-.a to c :arli a.connt 'm' '\" J. .
signed for this action upon the part of I Jl
In more ways! than ore, !>LIiisajoriijr ,K'Li 1 -'
Admiral Crowniushield Is his displeasure .rk
I of !.ou.-pwives do 1 > not kuoi.K 11 }

1i t' at the substitution of the cruiser .l dozoti and one things that foci twill ---.- f'L! ilj It
r. : '
i { ..
!! do.There
'4 1.t, v't '" MILK CONDENSING (/: i >fit f I Jb,
jrt rs is nothing: letter ia the v r COf !iJ.
l IJ Piel ce'S for cleaning an onaniok-d or III oRiClhiTo rP jm:, j:;, Jj}

I y tub than a doth! that bn been r'.'; wi : }';l H 11.; '. It

sltnflwith kerosene, says the Nor -' :& 'I
GOLIJEifilEDCAI1. York Jornial. The accumulations that fl' "U'1i/..' llolt li-
....' i l.- .... ., 1f"t.
gather from the hard u'atl'rIll4'IWtl) I.
Did wo ever notice the difference : i 1i Ik.
I with scarily any effort whcu the oily I between country milk and city milk? I 4( f '
1 cliHh is apphetL 1 U you hare, you will l find there ii just r' i t '\.

r In a kik'lieu sink the :tmI I Li tr:- u much difference between I It1 ;" : '

4T- Tie son: and dirt that are hound to PetBrand \ i : ,!.11'; t ;
Ih Ftid l I
DISCOVER V atll'r.lo matter how earoful antI thoroush 1: fd i J1
i !f 'j
: ore may !I.', five away at !>.-<' ( tt x ,;- ;. ',

f Ix-fore the coal oil. 1'Ienty of sru dine ..
t Restores hot water: however should f.;slow tie Evaporated', : : ,'t,

use of kerobone. I J
I A cupful iu Toiler: in which clothes I .f..
a Cream
II IC sJS| .-.wi are on wash day heir' to improve their I J 1 I 'H! f.' .: i :. ? \' .,,
lOST d -
IF FEW!] and all the other brands. When .. H ; ,
l .I'r 1 and makes them easier at the you buy Evaporated Cream look "I l' i"i 1J
F (>eoid rulil.inx. 1 for the above cap label. That ..
4p j 1li.
'SHE WAS BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY: Kerosene: will make the blades of label i is our guarantee and every 'I w 0 : r}. j ,:1 1
is ol r .
can uniform
I richness and i\i' ; !' .
I knives; hright and will help preserve absolutely: pure. You will see ,.; T .
IaP1 $i tN t rf! f ) t'B
unsightly clots Pet
-. < <** > their traces and it Is also excellent in 1 :
,1.1" ? lief Owens tioro'Kenluchh REAtt ADMIRAL OtOWMXSIHELD.Chicago : : an itfowssmootl-Jylrom :}!: 'r'I :i1 ;.

4 f. for tin Illinois! as: his Cagship.The wa. Ask your dealer lor 'I "h '. 'ff I, > t "ltJ
Wlien the y
1 TT tinnjaaii M wowing givesout
j. oca T i wi a total wrfck-coulj not sleep or ent' the right kind. ,
is ;
i 'j'
exchange of u cruiser for kittle-- 'i ,
I. c liters 1
the kerosene! can may he resorted i HELVETIA MIlK > :! ; .j 1 1CONDENSING
CO., DISTILLERY DISTRIBUTORS, PENSACOLA, FLA. ship wl$ too much for his i.rhit lie Co.doctors Mo.hut Fortwov'e.r.I rt-ceivea very little tried benefit.medicine I from lost to but should only l>e used on the iron- CO. t : 1 I fl t.a'

did not car to revisit the Moditerrun : rtoh and strength, was not able to do a goad 'I. vork and In-ariugs. 1It&11laIt4. m. ; ,fi-: .t ; 1
-- mid nortlwrn lu..P'lIII".rt:! with ,Iav' work. I commenced taking Iir. Pwree'sG"idcii \ .Ii, 4 ,,' ,1" f. "I fiI r
:CAL: PERFECTION Medical ti) I C1ASTOZ'1. : A. i ii1' his flag Hying! I ; over a smaller vessel, Liken one bottle I c-julJ sleep and my appetitewas How to rryinlllie Trait.To Of t-1.

:!I.,' liver is: out of or- ;, the! l Ha M; K23 Ha.a Mays I Dc w JJfjdgin's I Ifitt'lIlI which might be construed as a reductiou nettles wonderfully auj am still improved.improving.1"have taken five mike crystallized! f ruttail .t or nuts I ; q! ; {.

k liver Is possible if' j' : in rank.: It is also said that under The sole motive for substitution is to one cup;: of granulated: sugar and :[ Fort l arrancas, Fla.: Feb. :2!!, 1903. I I-' '" ,,'.
:l ' , the right kind of a ,# permit the dealer to make the little more one cup of U'ilinjr water ti' "('tlier for : 'J"
!i ] MCPATICURA thea -- -- friends of Admiral chlcy are coming profit paid by the sale of less meritorious half an hun!". 1'11"1dip the tent of a 1; be received until 11 a. m. March 21, ) ,. '

liver tonic. It will the Qesl for oc. ;, to the front iu the navy department.As medicines. lie gains ; you lose. skewer into the sinij and then Into i 1903:) and, for electric constructing wiring plumbing, heating yl. I i .; .
one Lavatory '
: chief of the lJUfl'auIf navigation Therefore, accept no substitute for ('old! water. If the thread toned
liver to entire sat- I also; plumbing one set officers > .
your "Golden '| quarters i F .
j,I during the war with Spain and afterward Medical Discovery breaks o.T! 1 brittle, the sirup is rvtuly.The and one barrack building Fort ,
/ \\ill provide excellent .r e
J.! N. ANDREWS I during the ScLley-SamiK: ('(IIi )- sirup must never bo stirred and Slcllee| Fla. U. S. reserves the right .. 1 : t'.3! t, ,

client circulation and i I troversy Cmwninshleld was the leader A I-urge Order. must tWIII slowly, not rurk tly. Men to reject or accept any or all proposals l {' j jor

11. J* Headquarters for J* of the oiiKsition) to Schley. Of Schley'senemies The proprietor of u certain restaurant done, set the saucepan in belling! water any part thereof. Information s I I

1 >' \\ho does not wish his Crowuinshield was the most had "leased" the reverse Bide of or jmur the sirup into a 1Il1'l\11 1 placed furnished; on application. Envelopes .' 1 I 1

; :' :. -hed, Bays: I cannot re- SEWING MACHINES.REAL bitter. The lutter's ri-tlrvrneiit under his bill of fare to a carriage manufacturer In hot water, to keep the sirup fromcandying. containing proposals should be marked +! p ,'a ::
the circumstances is regarded as a victory advertisements there Take the prejinrnl fruit or "Proposals for Lavatory and f. !
'. fr 'I extending to you, volun- who prints
Plumbing addressed. E. COLE ; i
for the friends of Admiral Schley.Smokluir on. nuts on the puint ..- ny sincerest recommendation ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT Q. M. ,Jc '
fillt' skewer them into the siruji :
Tile other dAY a customer In a great "
n' liciae! and sell w .
you prepare
13 South Palafoi Street. Senators.Most hurry ran into the restaurant eat at u ald then lay tlx'tn on a dish which has 4-ni, ,,1.)1.1- ,. iart ', n4I + F I

,..Lr: ': name of HEPATICURA, ._ senators are given to moderation table and wits handed a bill wrong side been lightly! buttered or oil ,,l or strtngUIo'1II EaHYRQYflL I \ PILLS
------ --- -- -- ;
a of Its superior qualities In tho matter of tobacco, and very up by the hurried waiter. on a thread and after dp! ping 1V V .i.U ....ql.... '-
- a '.or of the general system. i v few smoke about the capitol except In The customer put on his pince-nez, ll the sirup siisiy tho .f I.15-a..*i-'l- "A.-t.fcr l.I1lum..TJJ'I.Ll. .."""''",. la'llr.... ,'f".". ,i 1,'
? 'ng HEPATICURA. although',: J J. l im & the committee rooms. Senator I'ry, l'urll'llll1s mustache with his left hand thread. '''''''''' -''r.I. lau .ol (..lit auntie bout hf '
tem., us '*! to lie an inveterate .-; .i' a n1''tbntT.besuutbtr.lier.y. I I :
president pro and shouted voice of thunder 11 h.w-ro.r .
! always been agreat sufferer a : I ? jj .b..U..d. 1..1.
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t. lI .. ...
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snwker and was seldom without How to tend mbrlln a..1n .., r
"Urine landau two victo r :jI .... .
.stipation and colds, I have j a cigar. Now, l*>wever, lx> bas limi rias and a me dogcart a fly.!a Got any wheelbar- umbrella that I is gnnlng! tn \f" S 1,1 ....".ff,d". ''i'ftT""1...".,.".iE':5: I i .1; I, '. 1 '

'irely relieved from both of Contractors Builoers. i ited himself to three or four a day. rows bow the! wear of time by cnvcts and "**"' LI"!' :: <>.<.b..lftrmlraK. '.. ;- l
an P'r 11 IY M ,
nents, and I venture to say I I Senator Platt of Omntvticul aivl The waiter tied.-London Answers.The tiny h.k-s may IV IUl'lttl.nt home. .} {

to the former, it has no Senator Cullom are alx/ut the n*>st Oi(-:I !it and !hold it up to the light.XI'ix !; 1' ,

:ave used only two bottles PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS: AND I vigorous smokers In the UI>I,,T hon- Information Crrcmcon. the holes on tIle iiisido with

.1< :URA so far, yet I find ESTLMATES FURNISHED AT Senator Platt, however Indulges Umhabit > "Yes, Johnnie, what is iff""Ma. lack silk court pluster cut slightly larger I

". i :ght of 140 pounds has' SHORT NOTICE. ?* jt jt II more freely at his lwt.#l at night! isn't pa: half brtgllU""WIlY. than the! ln.I.l -$. Pun uml'tx-ilas! and k

nearly 10 pounds. f He lIlits.I immedlatdy after diner: what makes you ask such a prisads are Ullit'l' effectively ctendetl
r First-Clas \Voik Guaranteed and until his lair ill this than umlnt'lliis, which ,
j'oasureln\ recommend- anti pulls away retiring; question?" way -

!:A to any ono desir- Ileferences: urnislied. I at 11. "'Cause I heard Mr. Ifiphball say sometimes: rojnlre a repetition of the t':- ;

very best constitu- -114 1LVST IXTKXDEXCIA ST. Senator Hale never smoked in his that If pa was half bright he wouldnever molding after !bt tan tliorouglily; wet 1 \\11 : I II

had. Sold by allcA3:0TtA. life, and Sl'lmtorIIrlcl1 Is never SI't'J1 have married you." BRICKi !; ; ii' :

with a cigar at the capital.! Tin' sauna "Mr. Highball is a bad man John- \, ;
HOIT to :take rnyolie' !nndwkirrr.finely ,:H : f'I
canuut be said of Nuatorlli..n.. I is of the (I.
nia. Your papa! one brightest cudi I. '. '\
Iwlf I I .t.
chop together cup
liut: of all statesmen "Uncle 3ts, I "j
men this country! ever produced. .
: candied! cherries! apricots and onuses.Moisten i .f 1 }
".,' ,, k j MteAaysfr'! 'IIi niI Cannon the champion 1o"IIIIIkt'r.t Cleveland Plain Dealer. .- to ppreadwith .i

"" '. 2xtLODG almost all hours l when of he the is day he is fnviismoking ll,r-.v to .Uuit.r French II ny.Heat orange to th'IlIlt'lst'I.marmalade: ,) spread 1 I.'- ALMS ON 1 HAND.HALF. ';' '
; all pushing a big 3i Y
.u"J' of 1 (fowl cut in
-- appropriation bill through UK. i ous' ho haIr Crap of butter anal twothlrtU tween thin slices angel ;i' l } II'

Invariably l has an unlighted cigar in his of a cup of jiowtlered sugar to u III'arttl': 'S. I

l D I DIRECTOR! 7t mouth. (beat cream again then until bald one light nnlrittcn rfcwe: in 1'J:1t a d and<>u A Night Alarm. I ... .,. } ,: t a ;

i itt
how Lord Kitchener Danom. Lie boiler and stir over bolltru; water ,
Worse than alarm of fire at : '
an '
At the durbar state ball Lord Kitch until it thickMis. Uemo\t from the -TO- I" -?! r
:NIGHTS: : OF PYTHIAS. ener's knowledge, of the llgures was of fire and add tai prated rind and Juiceof night is the brassy cough of croup, I : Ii
leiuou. When well mixed turnout which sounds like the children's \ : 'l J. )1. I, Klr. S..3, K. of I'., q the vaguest kind, and In eonqueuce one ONE MILLION ll: : : J .
i whenever the call "1"1<1-,,!" was given to cool __ -- knell, and it means death unless I I :11; I' t t.
m. is I\IOnd&1( even ', r .
MJ I A;every:, : at Cattle "1I. all lie succeeded In doing was to tiohllUS4..lf What's In a Name? something Is done quickly. Foley'sHoney f'
d ti':.e Blount V otsonG and his partner In the most and Tar never fails to giveinstant i i'I : 1J
t. Everything Is In the name when It
: .laird! noor.hrethren
+Jft' '- aii cordially -TAYLOR absurd knot, to the intense :lmu- comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. relief and quickly cures the Get Our Prices Before R'Ir1 i' F t
c un d meut of the others In UK set and of 'I i/ ,
'.JJ J. 1. Lvta C. R. too large crowd looking on. The hero DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, discovered, worst forms of croup. llrs.P. L. Cor- ; ,
H, iloJILtR! C,C. 'dier, of JIannlngton, Ky., writes: ?
with delight, some; years ago how to make a salve 1 '
K. i; A a.evening of Khartum was beaming PurchasIng. t,,
Artistic Shoemaker 'Jly three year old girl had a severe : ap : -: r.
and PO he liliinden through: to till from Witch Hazel that Is a specificfor ;

end When the iiuisie ceased IM was Piles. For blind, bleeding. Itching case of croup; tho doctor said she I' ,1 t# I I'I
UXK AVOKK: St'I:C1AL1Y. -- c t.
1\ un '". .L"dge No. 1:1 : Iu the middle of the room looking for and protruding Tiles, eczema could not live. I got a bottle of Focy's 'I ./ r': ':.. ; r.. I
tt at : at Phnre No.23.: 9 North Palafox St his partner: and laughed heartily wlwu I Honey and Tar; the first dose j" 1 i
l'al1\fn and Garden bruises :
cuts, burns, and all skin diseases tl
'S \J..i jnt-\l.IIERTJous L-Mrilmlly Invited., -- the came ip and found him.-Indian DeWitt's Salve has no equal gave quick relief and saved her life." i iCapaclty C aOOOO ll iIy.'i{: r : h: i

C. 0.A Dally News, Calcutta. This has given rise to numerous Refuse substitutes. W. A. D'Alem- }
:S.i.I worthless counterfeits. Ask for De- ;

rOUTHERN [EXE8SCO.To [ RI I will Lire In Part. Witt's-the genuine. Hargis Thar berte, 121 S. Talafox street ; i: $ 'i n:; :ri r

I: ',.I I. ..I.;*. N... 'JO. ". <>f P i I lose Chicago Mrs. ami Totter Chicago 1'alaier.society Chicago'sloss are; to macy, John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. PEARL & DOLIVE. :; McMillan Etick? Co. \!1}, ;

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J' ''I..t.! No.,3'.I\nltbUor .
11 > .vi-ry Tliur.Jav eveniluir Is to be Kuroi-e's gain. t 'i '
,. "< astlu II ill,on I I Sirs. Valnier will leave the magnificent SEND YOUR ORDERSto ; I r :) : j
.'+t atciIt building,&OItth- Call on them at the corner of Gar Pine Barren, Fla. > i :
i tr '\niil (iinten Mrertt. I palace on tilt Luke hun! drive Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or den and Alcaniz streets for carpenter : :I: '." tJ J .!
I 4rEwwIcl
are com).illy.\AC.LMOX Wficomttl.It. within two months. :She has leasedone electrical work. Repair work a and electrical l work,or phone 660. i I j. ." .t' ..

I'. c.:. of the finest houses In I'aris, near specialty. : :
{ "", .I.tjl't,
the Hols. This Is: to become the new ADMiNisrrmmx' NOTICE. I : f

1'a-lmer castle' estate of John Dooley, deceased. I I : I \
Yon want a good piano tuner to
This leader of society and representative Notice 13 hereby given that on Jane nrt" ;
i. o. o. F. of the stay in Pen"acola, still you hold A. U. nineteen hundred and three.1 will apply tt'l i J
all country.The has taken tem
parts American woman ( fl
to the Honorable Judge ot Probate of \
I porary possession there for a period of back your order. Send it in. I have EecambiacoontyFlorida., for a anal discharge NiCK I S '.-' } '\t .1.1I
IViNarol.1 UMI:;O No. 4 had 20 years' experience and have tate. from the administration of bald es I '-. rtl ,

v.'I N'-i"-liiy,, endenciH evening at "street.:$' At Southern Express Company worked in several piano factories. MK8. ANNIE DOOLEY I !t "' ;.1 'h '
Orders left at Johnson's book store n24oamfim Administratrix. t'..
cordially! In\'IIlII. ,
,. I ,1 hrlLlN:iiN, N. U.rrrrUtry. receives and forwards freight will be attended to.CHAS.. I : 1 't f .4.c I' (
: '. money, and valuables of all descrip- I W. Pt>EESLEY. UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S 1 1fI"

tions to pll parts of the country, II I,I Hot French Waffles with SALE I UUAUnAHT& >: iJ; ,, i'

K. OF L. with connections for Canada, Mexico I II
I Florida Cane Syrup at Northern District of Florida. I
Havana, Cuba, European points,
I d, ,II \spuily| :\,,. 1505.M Solomon's.HARPER. By virtue of an Order of Sale Issued -
etc. -. .-.oof..s, f
\ 1 lay In noh monlh. out of the United States District Court

., W.P.H.TllARP.ssri.i. The Southern Express Company y ,t.ti for the Northern District of Florida gars "
M W.ecrrtary. on the ninth day of :March 1903, notice MENUS ;
:- operates on 30,000( ) miles of first-
is hereby given that I will sell '
class routes, and in connection with by public auction for cash on Tues Comprise all the Up-to. 4 :' t

day, the twenty-fourth day of March Date Dishes the Markets '
The the Adams Express Company, on ; i :
BeerVICTORIA 1903, at 12 o'clock M., at Apalachicola. -
hills with of the World ; ;I&f
I through way- through a Fla., the American steam screw f,

That Made cars and through messengers, performs :I It Y "Alpha", her engines boilers, machinery Afford.

i a unified service, constitutingthe W10SKY; boats tackle apparel appur- : .1 :t
MRS rOTTEB TALIIEB. tenances, and furniture, as she now t4I r

HII j IIS I largest system of the kind inj I six months. It IN longer, at her lies at the wharf. i! '
may i Ladies' Private
lmR rAM :; f
the world. r v'::: : terw :*! I Is'' T. F. McGOURIN,
will. But that her permanent home United States Marshall I 1
Money Orders are sold at all be elsewhere than in Chicago sh
to lam lOt. S. Dining Parlor.ji t .

-15- agencies of the Southern Express I has decided positively. __ __ -----I
Company at reasonable hours. Re- Chicago In the future may goo Mrs. :. -- (

Palmer occasionally, perhaps once a R- 4

ceipt is given and money is refunded year, for a brief time. Paris, London, asA CHOICESToF Regular Dinner }j.t .
'=\'l: *. J hYmlE BREWING CO. if order i is: lost. European watering places will get most ; Y t H

Kl:..t IO-CKM; UOTILE BEEK This is the cheapest way to send of her time. Even Newport her favorite __

IN TOWN. small remittances by mail or other- place In America, will enjoy her Order. Promptly 1 :

NNHEISSER BROS wise. visits very rarely. M FRUITS AID CONFECTIONfRi O l lAT Filled. Night or Dry t I.}: +

E. W. FOWLER, Senator Flatt'c Joke.
A' -
s :5 FOR THE CELEBRATED A ent, Pensacola, Fla. Senator I'latt of New York got Into DELIGHTFUL BEVERAGE, It'It., ''
RomethlD Good to Eat $
I! i. Earter Msley. Branch Offices: i the senate elevator. A man within you with,you'll Dna u .. rt

J. n. Roberts. Depot Store. said as the elevator went down "Wby, A SAFE STI QLA119', C. APOSTLE'S, + '

Jas. Hanson, Cor. Alcaniz and senator I thought you were going up." ? :Nick Apostle's] =1 ,

.', Oladsdon.: "0noplicll the !!senator smiling one A GOOD MEDICINE 14 1 East Gorcra cat St, j' T J

H"-e-M rt.: Palafoi street of his queer little smlles"my course Is Popular Restaurant a
; :. J. WillIams, Cor. DeVilliers and Sale byDannheisser ,
: For
Ili J
""'anger,p. Union Depot, ever downward. At least," he said, after Formerly Cordova Restaurant : :

: 1> 'x 22 l. Jackson.Sol a pause ''tllt's"bat! the opposition
PensacOla, Fla Cahn. Cor. Palafox and Inten- Bros. One car-load of Pineapples at ll.7t

Phones 116 2&3. dencia. newspapers Subscribe-any to"the"News 10 a week. to '2.00 per dozen. IMMMMft! _f 'l+ : f fa


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been perfect They have made mistakes diana, not for the ''African but for Oldest and

and doubtless some crimes the white man." To know all there is to know about a Largest Agency j jg

,hare been committed. Does any one In these words Senator Money has West Florida.ESTABLISHED .

believe that an army of sixty thousand boldly voiced the sentiments of the' Sarsaparilla take Ayer's. Your doctor
Slili; ;,
Entered at the Post Office at Fen or more men can carry on a white people of the South and the

; MCOla ILL. second class matter. campaign as has faced ,the American sentiments of a majority of the people will say so, too. He knows.J.ClyerCo.. ..
forces seven thousand miles from of the North. "A white man's
I OFFICE: Pitta Building, 211*
-: Booth Falafoz street, up-staira. home without making blunders, and country and a white man's govern Quxnles Bros.INSURANCE

with no wrong doing? It never has meEt." ,

FHE NEWS PUBUSHINC CO. and never will be done. That is spund democratic doctrineand WHAT IS DEMOCRACY."Mr. I THE FLOWERS OF GRASSES.

,Terms: Invariably In Advance. But such wrong doing has by no always was. \Vhy not bravely Dupont Guerry, of Georgia I
One Year by matl.$5 00 means gone unnoticed and every rea and honestly declare it in our party giving a definition of true democracy Complimentary to the Ladies of Tal
Months .. ... ... .. .. 2 50
Six sonable means has been adopted to platforms nowVe mean it, why among other things utters the following I lahassee.
Cue week bJ carrier, payable Monday
..... .. ... ... .. .... .. 10 punish the guilty ones and reduce not say it? The negro question has : (Tallahassee Capatal.) AND
wrong doing to a minimum. Certainly been the question of all others since "It is not sectional, or race, or: Miss Juniata Stafford, of Chicago,

Advertising Rates plication.TELEPHONE Furnished. on Ap the plan of procedure as adopted the foundation of the government. caste, partiality or prejudice."It i who has been spending some time in REAL ESTATE

by the anti-imperialists of con It brought on the civil war and one is neither envy of the rich, nor Tallahassee, has just received from ,

NO 113. stituting themselves an organization feature of it was disposed by the 13th contempt for the poor. 11 the publishers a copy of her book of

to handicap the American army amendment to the constitution. But "It is not favoritism for either the poems, "The Flowers of Grasses," 309 South Palafuv >trm.

in every possible: way and act as a I all the rest of it as included in the : masses. or the classes. which has been presented to the li

; ( .EEl) stumbling block to the efforts of the ; term "The race problem," is still "It is not the employment! of the brary. From the collection Miss Phone 22. Pr.XS.\OI.\. Fl.!,

government to establish order anda with us and there is no use of closing government for or against any particular Stafford has kindly sent the Capital !

: stable government in the Islands- our eyes to it. If the democratic interest or interests."It a copy of "The Greeting," for publi -

lDSAOOLA, MAKCH 21, 1903 will not improve things. As for party is ever to deserve to win is not empire at home or abroad. I cation. In a note accompanying the I OEXEKALAfJKMs

- Aguinaldo and the efforts! to prove another presidential election, it must "It is not support of or opposition : poem, she saysIt is with pleasure .

Some of the towns along the lower his ambition to establish in the cease chasing after temporary expe--to government, regardless of whetherthe I send this; for, in a way, the The
Mississippi come very near being in Philippines form of government dients. It must I' EquitableLife
a quit its attitude of same be right or wrong. little poem expresses my feeling

the swim. modeled on our own, the correspondence opposition to everything and stand I "It is not varying declaration of; about the brief meelin with sonic

Whiskey has only been officially I between him and his generalsin for something. It must stand for opportune platitudes, designed for I'of Tallahassee's ladies, during my flssurancc! Socitty

banished from the capital.-Birmingham the later part of 1808 and the ear everliring principles! not transient party success, and official spoils. pleasant stay in your city." The

News. Iy part of 1899, as recently publishedby ideas, that loom up big today and are "It is nat the sacrifice of the many poem follows: Of the United Slat,sI1EXUY

the War Department, clearly refutes gone tomorrow. The democratic for the few, or the few for the many. I A Brief Greting.A I
infer from this
Perhaps we are to B. JJ\"II--, l'uun.lrr
that a Kansas drug store has located this.. Aguinaldo has proven party has won three national elections "It is not the greatest good of the meeting on the road of life,

in the basement. himself a cunning scamp: without since the ciul war on the issueof greatest number, but the greatest A touching of the hands, "Strongest in the World."
honor, absolutely untruthful, and capable a "tariff for revenue only" and good of each and all. A passing word-and then we go

The senate ratified the Cuban I of doing anything for personal economy in public expenditures.: : Then "It is not the grant of any right to Across wide sundering lands. OUR -

reciprocity treaty by a vote of o>) to : gain. Any efforts to revive sympathyfor in 181! C the party made the free sil anybody; it is the people's guaranteeof Yet, somehow, sweetness stays withus WARRNGTCN AGENCY

16 and adjourned until next winter. him among the American people ver hobby the paramount issue; and every God-given right to eury- The NEWS iscnsaIe b Mrs, M

J3oth the Florida senators, Mallory and will doubtless utterly fail as they again in 1300 the same hobby with a body.Ve" To grace the coming ditj'snd : Keefe at Warrington, who 1 is sue- zed -

Taliaferro, voted with the two Lou- should. lot more forced upon the party clipped the above from the columns .\ added strength we fed we have to receive and receipt ft an> SU.

I,and lahpllpil. ilfmnprnt/. .. .TirinMnlnewhen ... I of of ,
Jsiana senators against it. .- --- ---- --- ----- .1. one our state exchanges.It To walk our separate wars. scriptions. Residents of the rcse-vs.
I -_ DIVISION OF PROPERTY. all true principles had been will be remembered that the lion. For kindly feeling ever gives tion may now be supplied wIth. cc a

4* There are twenty-six: millionairesIn Montgomery Journal.) ababandoned. There is a difference Dupont Guerry was a candidate fur An added joy to life of the paper several hours afje the,

the United States senate and none The Philadelphia Press has an interesting between any man's hobby and a political governor of Georgia: at the last eke And earnest words are impetus issue leaves the press.

of them inherited the money.-Eirttlngham article on the subject, how principle. Principles! peve tion[ in that stat? and in a three- To "}tcld! not in the strife."

Xews. wealth divides up, and takes bank I itThe principle of state rights corneroJ contest came out last. If And Sf) I than!; thc, new-made MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES

Such a statement shows what unmatched stock as a basis for its conclusions. ;j cannot die. The principle of equal tho democratic platform he was: running I friend, FROM $1.50 TO $12.50. SIXTY

opportunities there are in It says: and fair taxation; of the greatest on was as clear in its declaration For whit thou :gayest me; '-"v. DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAM|.

this country for money making and "Nearly thirty years ago, in 1S''C'1; good to th5 greatest number; of personal of principles! as those above I'm better fitted to "go on" NATED FELT MATTRESSES. TRY

that these senators are awake to see Comptroller of the Currency Knox 1' liberty; "of free spech and free quoted we doa't wonder at his
J some of them when they come their made an investigation into the ownership tress; these are a few of the political feat. Suppose we were asked what JrXI.\STAFFORD.. _
!! way. of national bank shares. ,' principles that are easily recognizedas sort of man is Mr. Guerry and sho'ild I OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLfS
There were then 20S.4SG with
such. A party that adopts a platform -! reply: He is not a drunkard. He For Over Sixty ifars. 1 Fine
Chas. II. Bliss of Birmingham, formerly a capital of $;03i)iio,000. The of oysters today. Try then.XlC .
principles has something to is not a thief. lie is not dishonest. MRS. WrsSLcw's HOOTHISO: SYKtrr ha' .-'
of Pensacola. an old newspaperman : shares were some larger and some stand on that will be right there for lIe is not a gambler and to tell the been uwd for over SIxty years by mlllioubo /
and book and magazine writer, smaller than iJ1"), owing to statte
the next contest. It will not find itself mothers for laelr children while teethIng.
truth he is not a foi31. Would that CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR
was an arrival in the city Thursday bank shares held of $10o each, there Kith pl'rfeoBUCCPSB.. It sootht the child
as the democratic party has, be a toa friend and THE
proper answer loftean the all wind LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BE3:
and made a social call at the Daily were 24.1 shares held by each I gumsallays paincures
without an issue and have to he casting admirer 01 Mr. Guerry to make? If :, oollc,and la the best remedy for LUarrhoea ROOM, AT MARSTON & QUINA'S.
News office yesterday. Mr. Bliss share hold deer. Only 7G7; ;
says I about in search of one. Let the Mr. Guerry can't give a better defl-: It wilt relieve the p Birmingham is a wonderful town, held over $jIJ, (tO of stock. Hold by
I democratic party declare for white nition Druggim even carl
l of true democracy than that
more building and improvements go. "The same investigation: has been I of the world. Tnenty-flva cents a bottle WHY NOT THE BES17/3-1
at and stick to it '
supremacy once he had better go somewhere and get
ing ahead than he had time to made again. With $'H .fIlII\lO of i:" sure you a k for"M Wlnslow's Booth-
mention .
as long as there is a white race anda nstruction. Cut really, isn't it quite I nit Syrup. .ad tak no other kind.
besides a remarkable activityin capital thereare now 3Si; >,12J! holders,
black race in this country. rojable that there are others, and : TJ1E>> MERCNTS>>
all branches of business, but-he making at $Iou each, an average of i
some of them elected as democrats Fifty Pieces Mercerized
preferred Pensacola in spite of it all, only 20.4! snares to each stoc! olller. iby j ,
I Working Overtime. dCTr.ocrtic votes, who can't tell : Piques and Ox fords just received -
had already moved his family back ,Th e capital has increased, as will bej'i ;
Eight hour laws aro Ignored by what democracy is nor what const! (It \ TRANSFER CO.
here and would soon transfer all his scen. 1.1i per cent The number of'
those tireless, little workers-Dr. "ites a democrat. The most obvious
publishing to this city. There is no stockholders has increasedoS!;; per Gray, Goodman jRadcr's.iumple .
I I King's New Life Pills. Millions are conclusion front -1r. Guerry's de'lni-1: Having !) awarded the c .
place like home. cent., or one-half faster. I for carrjingthe L'. S. Mail ,
always at work, night and day, curl tion is that there is no democracyin bttlesf Dr. Kilmer's br'w:
""In nthfr words_ tho division!' fif i|I the L. & X. Dppot and Post ()ifI
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THE ANTI-IMPERIALISTS. property has gone on with greater ra-j lag Indigestion, Biliousness Constipation this country. I II Hwainp-R, the great kidney.liver !i I; and al-o the exclusive bapg-npep ivi!

(Birmingham News.) pidity than the increase in its a- i j Sick Headache and all stom I and bladder remedy, are beiujf di -': Ifjre on all trains entering th
ach Liver and Bowel troubles. Easy, tributed here from house, free Have : we are prepared to transfer band .,;
The anti-imperialists of Boston mounts. Recent mo\ements in1 I New White Goods just ;,; paeng i ? to and from

have fixed tomorrow the date fr bank shares in New York have led to ;i A.pleasant D'Alemberte's, safe, sure.drug Only store 23c, 121 at W.S. opened nt the yew S7m > you received:! one.? i_ ___ i 1: teN, residtuccs and trains Ut.'

the holding of a meeting in historic a consolidation at the present time ': Palafox street. I Goodman I'' j' iliglit.Frot.
Gray Rader.
Hot, i
Faneuil Hall in the interests of the but this in due time will be divided I| I Florida Trench lane V/nffles Syrup with at'oltjmlJn's ,': & Reliable S rvice! Gnmn! i.
Filipinos who have in view of tie by the probate court and the natural See Hudgins new style cf labeL! Try The News' WANT COLUMN. ,
?' I I We also conduct a Freight III .-
imperialists been persecuted by action of the laws of trade. Even !I ery liu-int----haul pi.iuo -; _
i the United States army. Faneuil Hall with this tendency: toward consolidation -L. I machinery! and furniture at Hi -

I has been the scene of many an outburst which is an eddy in the general I, able k'rices.i'ek'phone.
it i of American patriotism of your ordfr* tc FPitu's
work of (division it still remains I
Livpry :Stables, Photo
:j many a notable demonstration of loyalty true that during nearly thirty yetrs.vHlo I Mrs. H. H. Ilallmaik'c. Ke-

i' to the stars and stripes. It is \ : tlure has ".'eu the constant assertion Phone 3Gi.MERCHANTS.

::' hardly expected that any great: that property wr.s passingin-
" 1\
amount of loyalty to the American Ecrtkm that property was passing into TRANSFER

i flag will be manifested at the proposed fewer hands, this great body of l\InS. H. II. JAI.r. rl\HK.l'r"I'

f' meeting tomorrow. when the pro- Aiding as last: as it was increased in HARRY HALLMARK Tran..r:1
I gramme of denunciation of the United Beer Is DedIthfuI
voljire and in value. '
L.4N.K. It. t o.1' an t & A It'
J. States soldiers in the Philippine:;; I .

6t gets well under way. A CAMPAIGN ISSUE.In .
Among those invited to aiMres the his speech in the sena'e on the I

meeting are Mr. Schurman, of the Indiano'a' post office affair Senator But a "green beer"beer insuffi-

first Philippine commission. and Sea- Money of Mississippi used some plain Pressing Club

ator Carmack of 1 ennlssee. It is honest language which deserves more ciently aged, half-fermented -- fermentson t

hardly probable that Mr. Schurman than passing: notice. "There is a
the stomach biliousness and FOR CENTlEMEN.
will make an address, however, in race prejudice in the South," he said. causing I

view of the recent publication of the "and I thank Cod for it." The prejudice headaches.

!l Aguinaldo correspondence by the against; the nejrro he said: i
i One Dollar Per Month
War Dl'lJartml'nt Senator Carmack, is rot local, but prompted ly a uniersal -
Schlitz Beer is well
,, on the other hind: can doubtless bohi \' world-wide l'lItim'nt.a. aged. I In Advance to Membership

depended upon to denounce the UnitJ swering Mr. Foraker he said that i I Clothes Cleaned and Prf>"f>d a?

J ed States army. He has made a specialty these recent appointments had re- There is beer that's not pure --- not free often a* desired. Your Clot! ,.
J- of that sort of thin; fr some | \iu-d the race question and while i, sent for and delivered. Call) a:
tj I time and appears to have boon look- the people! of the South had heretofore from bacilli. It's not good for you. 9'i South Palafox and Join <;
'.j*:, ing out for as many excuses as IMSft tolerated negro office holders i

eible for oither himself assaulting or they c'al nfjt want any more of th'''m. But Schlitz Beer is pure. | Laiiss'' Plain Skirts a Special! ,

giving encouragement to the attacks "This li a white man's country and
!1'i' Yours for XeatneH.
of others on the American forces anJ a white man's givernment" said he. i

I their policy and conduct in the Phil- "It has been carved out of the None but the costliest materials That's an extreme precaution. !:
5 11" wr-I G. W. IRWIN.
into Schlitz: IJcer the
j ,r ippines. It is a little remarl.ablt demons nail conquered trom the po best of ,
that the anti-imjHTiali.-ts didn't also ; .. -- I I barley, hops and yeast. A partner We age it for months, at a temperature -
: --
'' in our business selects them. of 31 degrees, before we
invite Hen Tillman to take part in March I market tt. I Hot Chocolate with

i the general attack. He has had considerable \Vc spend more on cleanliness Whipped Cream at Solo

l practice in spasmodic maneuvers alone than the whole cost ci heThat's a heavy expense mon's.

the home soldiers jag without it. ,I
against April
MayThere Then we filter the beer, then
has doubtless saved up enough energy We cool Schlitz Beer in plate sterilize every bottle after it is I L STEAMER
i of late to make a p>rot chnic i is a best time for doing I glass rooms, and filter all the air staled. Sterilized beer can't have LINE SCHEDULE

spurt of oratory along this line. everything-thtt is, a time when a 1 that touches it. germs in it. I -

' The imperialists are growing thins can be done to the best advantage i I Ii J1erWN'D Pennacola and MilionliVim -.rat
steadily weaker. They haw circulated most easily and most effectively. .
I' I avalanches' of literature against Xow is "the bet time I I Yet Schlitz Beer --- brewed with all these I Daily Except f-umUj,

I the American army, but, strange to for purifying your blood. Why? precautions that double the "CITY OF TAMPA."

. say, have ner suggested/ a practical Because your system is now trying I '.y Milton ._ ajiniin LTP"n.ncoIa.i TpS!
I l plan for settling the Philippine to purify'it-y u know this by the I cost of the Ul'lnllWolalItI'am At WiltonPffl
". question. They make speeches and pimples and other eruptions"that brewing --- rare, 'JC; Roanel trlpIi:00,

write articles in Boston without have come on your face and body. costs you no more than -

knowing naif the time what they are Hood's :

about and the burden of their argument Sarsaparillaand common beer, if you JEYELERINHISNEW/

Is an appeal to prejudice against PillsAre
.-I will ask for it.
a purely imaginary condition whch STAND
the medicines to take-they do
will never be realized which was the work thoroughly and agreeablyand Ask for the brewery -
considered possible,
never seriously
. never f.til to do it.
and which has been used as a sort of
Hood's are the medicines you bottling. I have moved my jewelry store to
red-flag campaign cry. There was
: have always heard recommended. 12i South Palafox. formerly occupied :

never any real danger of 1mperiaIsm "1 f,," in this country. It bas always been tOt liicrLly as a cprmi: tnTjinnc.lirnwe
tike it in the *princ 111'\1;| feel j.,tii>rtjir and probably always will be a repub the sunuuur." )!Ri. >. H. XZAL. JU-Cr:1.'Fa. I great bargains diamonds,watc.,-,
lie. Nobody claims that the American Hood's: I
Sarsaparilla remises to a.d:
jewelry, etc. Call and eee ne
forces in the Philippines have cure and keeps the promise.
L. BEAR & CO.. Wholesale
Agents for Pensacola. let me convince von.J. .

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HAD THEIR DAY. After No. Q8O8. '
HAVE Years
Twenty-Three .of1
,.. 0. O'NEAL, Preildent; M. E. CLARK Cash Ie.;
Fashioned-.Medicines .For .Ca- .. J. FOSHEE.YIce-Pmident; JOHN PFEIFFER Au't Ciihitr. t
Old, Excruciating Agonies and

Fr, arrh winy NO years Longer past In Vogue.the usual WSOIEjMrs. Sufferings Mrs. Welcher.. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK tit.

for catarrh diseases was
to al '. ,uches, sprays, Inhalers is Cured bp OF PEKSACOLA, FLA. .
E. D. Beggs and daughter,,
composed prin-
n licmes Mary Elizabeth, Designated Depository of the United States. '
ai "ihol, all of which never are visiting in Mo ( //jt

' .' .. ,ly give the temporary bile. They are the guests of Mrs. Paine's CeleryCompound Condensed Statement at the close of business;; March 20, 1S3.. ,j t; l 1

: .'inlIlation. Heidleberg. i RESOURCES f&1
cire ran be made only Don't drink poisonous liquors when Loans and Discounts............ ...... .. ... $375.037.63 Capital Stock .. .. .. .... .... .. ... ...... .... VJOO.000.00) J
..,nt which removes the you can just as well get stuff atGoldring's. Demand Loans...... ... ... ...... .. .... .... 320300) Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00} bm.
.' ns from the Hood. I Ir pure Orerdrafts...... .........00..... .. ...... .... 2.35293 Undivided Profits..... ... ... .... ..... .... 509.39
, met the All three of his bars handle U. S. Bonds and Premiums... ...... ..... 2I3b j6S7: Circulation... ... .. .. .. .... .... .... .... ..,. 125,000.00
; :'r whIch none but well-known brands of Stocks, securities etc.... .. .... ...... .. .... 2.625fQt Dividends Unpaid...... .. .... .. ..... .... .. ti4.O0 ,
ard which so far has : pure liquors.J. The Life-Saving is Furniture: and Fixtures.... ...... .... .. .... R.719 49 Deports ...... ...... ....... ..... ...... ...... 62134681 a !C
J'Y: successful! in curing Compound Cash and Exchange.. .... ...... ... ... .. ...! 2S31CC30 j t t 4

r'. .u''s Catarrh Tablets. I M. Muldon has purchased the The Trusted Spring Medicine t 9

.5 S'Ct on the blood and Salisbury block on West Governmentstreet. Total...... .... .... .. .... .... ...... ...... $966,910.20 Total.... .... .... .... ..... .... ...... .... JSf 6,910.20This ; tf
,rine only. j. Jno. E. Stillman & Co. con- in Millions of Homes bank opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give L 4
i.:inlly! be classed as a' ducted the negotiations for the sale your business prompt courteous and careful attention. y ,

n' 'nicine as they are of the property, the price being $2;;,- Throughout the World.From 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ; 3 3 L Li

, .rh i valuable: remedies (/'
, time to time adventurers and
i.)drasl in, red gum of I )0.It speculators without conscience
is secret Merchants r'l
no why
and similar antisepi.i soul, actuated only with a desire
.:.. tablet form, which I Hotel has such a big run of patronage. : make money easily and fast resort I .
The rooms are all nicely and to the compounding of worthless and
,ain from the blood : dangerous preparations, and adver- I ...
cosily furnished, and every guest is '
: :bran the poisonsrh tise them as cures for the common ( a 1 ,l
always given a mesh: clean bed; the diseases that aSlict men and women
I table is always supplied with all the Y .
Tablets are large
I.izroier3 to be tak-t delicacies of the season and tho I I

.1''',awng; them t') dis- viands prepared by one of the best t t illlID@ @ llI l ] t

';'inth; thus reaching I cooks: in the country v/ho has been in
the constant employ ofIrs.. Kr>- .e
'I'I'\; aid finally! the
ger fur mere than twenty years. f .
'I.. \. may also be lis- : R. 11. HallUay died in New York "'7'"

.' ,t'd used as a douche, City Tuebday, March: 17. Mr. HalH-I

t1 <: internal use, but it'': day had been in ill health nearly ever I
!iii (',' sary to use A since he left Pensacola, the immediate ,
nl them dissolved! In' cause of his death bolus caused I 1

:'r will be sufficient. : from la grippe which was contracted B. H. FAISCHILD, CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, DO YOU KNOW r t.

:: ih+'rc is much stopa after a severe attack of typhoid fever. l7P IOL@Ti :n 33X1
douche made from Mr. llallitlay was formerly a mem- No. 30 South Palafox street, fr your SEEK i1AN LUMBER CO. have r :! .I n.f1,t
i 21!l give! imnieliate re- ber of the firm of n. II. Halliday: & 38 EAST electrical work. He is prepared to !a large stuck of dressed studding ; ; :i1j'

regular daily use inter- Co. of this city. lIe is survive by r"'h 'lTroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a do you a first-da jb at moderate and joi t.. Jet their prices before \( J.r ,
. .1'i ., the whole catarrhal two children. Mr. Halliday was: born Specialty.XTxono prices. Phc n3 2'.13. I buying,'. d6.IinGST .. ,:;

,i .t resorting to the iaf in Bayonne, N" J. 40G. lit;
.. a douche. : %
\'. J.1.. Mason, presiding elder Just received a full line i. '
'f stated "that the in'it .G. W. & CO" .'G. V/ & CO" t; AtJ .
of eatarr'i! by meansn. of tne Pensacola distrIct1. I: of Full Leather Dress SuitCases i : : : :1 ;:: ',\
church South, is in the city with his t ;
':ae place (.[ douches and J the wife guests and four of Mr.V.daughters.. C. O'Neal They at are 216 MRS. H. A. WELCHER.I Win.) Johnson $ Son. GREEN WATSON & CO. ;5 ; t"l

ions" and further say I Kingston Tenn., Had Suffered Agonyfor ,
Xorth Baylen street. Dr. Mason held r j j ; .1.
I Years. '
the best and certainly .
ihly Gadsden Mrs. N. Bowers will have her opening ( j '\ I 'S
quarterly conference at the : < I '
1 remedy at present on J.he! :
: \
Stuart's Catarrh Talino street church last night and those of tin SH'jngtime.'JIII! ,. to Heaven: that of new Spring Millinery, Tuesday? ; We have just received a Large Shipment )( : \ "

secret is made of their the l'alafax ctreet church and City the cry of danger! danger! could be Wednesday and Thursday, March 24, 1 g of Beautiful Whits Wastings,
mission charges on Thursday night. rounded in the ears of all who unthinkingly ; f" ,
ion and all the really effi- 25 and 26. ", It ? ? v I
t tarrh remedies are conct-n- Reports show about 43; additions this and and use such deceptions I o 20 to 40c yard. $ i.tlt"i 1
in fine condition. i
this tablet" year Foitunatelyhonest such: worthless remedies druggists; 'and de I Ipse 1 Just received a fine line I hi The Fabric !are Lighter, the Styles are Better thin we have bpo i t i .'
's sell Stuart's Catarrh I ",.* Shown Before. Jt&TALKABOTjr {>
TOM: MORENO HELD refuse to sell them. They will tell of Full Leather Dress SuitCases *
i cents for lull sized pack
( FOR THE CRIMINAL COURT. you with candor that Paiue's Celery I Valises and Trunks. -
will tell] you there Is uodatable Compound is the spring medidne c $- SHOE3.WE .-&
cinch-nt and thcan recommend. They know Wrn. Johnson $ Son. 5l
,' Tern Moreno, colored, charged with I r I'e' r
.rrh cure known to thep in the attempted robbery its comiiosition. are acquainted with HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE SALE OF THE FAMOUS : .
being implicated the facts of marvelous' cures effect I opening of Spring fashions -' HATHAWAY SOULK ::
Millinery MADE BY
of the office of theV.. L. Wit- and have Its
ed by it, !seen nappy results i '
; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, & HARRINGTON AND HAVE .\ COMPLETE ASSORTt: \ ;
their friends.
tic h & Co., has been given a hearing amongst personal I
held Can you, dear: reader, hesitate to I March 24, 25 and 26, at Mrs. N. Bowers MEN. THIS, IN CONNECTION WIrH OUR "DORO- >' i
SALE! }before Justice Wolfe and was I
Y' 3\ try this iliacasc-curins medicine It II en South Palafox street. : o THY DODO'S": Eon LADlE-j, MAKES OUR HII<>10' -
for trial in the criminal has: resnred: to health and the full enjoyment o lOCK THE STRONGEST IN THE CITY. 0cO i p pi
Thomas has 120 cf )lit"! lens of thousands I
'P3JJ3AV (p:>6eJ.l I whom lectors were unable] t.) euro.Airs. :. I Just received a full line I i .
13 Lava Stone. 11..t. \\"clcher, of Kingston, We have Just Received J ::5
etc "Just in the nick of time our of Full Leather Dress Suit I
crossings i Tenn. 5\5-: I b'it j
Samples can beA. boy was saved" writes :Mrs. W. i "It "!\PS m< great pleasure tell Cases, Valises and Trunks. ; A FULL LINE OF GENTS'> a:

r<.s. store South Watkins, of Pleasant City Ohio. I tho world what I'aine's Celery Com- I Win. Johnson $ Son. I
ml7-tf "Pneumonia had played sad havoc porml has done far Yr.!'. For 2-1:; SHIRTS HOSIERY NECKWEAR UNDERWEAR ciI"j
I 'live suffered with chronic' ci
I ears
terrible cough set RA- ,
with him and a / .
i (lux or vleors! ) of the liowels. I havehad CREX GRASS CAR. II'
in besides. Doctors treated him, : you In"n*>ct our Gents' FuTtli*hil!?''. The many .
of the best
tlffhi or nine physicians -urroe
,mp pulling that but he grew worse every day. At I[ cf the state! at different timesto PETS AND LINOLEUM, FINEST ,I Startltiii;: Valu* we Cury will Sritifj You.rf !(; I ,
I ain't pullin'-i it length wo tried Dr. King's Xew Dim t watt on iv<\ bit: iiev"r ha! any re j THING ON EARTH FOR YOUR : I"j (.
,.' for Consumption, and our darling lief. I \,atreated by several of I I'I ./
was saved. lIe's now sound and : Kno\\ille's hest doctors and after ,: (
,n' I seeing PO many testimonials and FO RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTON &
; to know, .1'.1'I
it's well.the Everybody only sure ought cure for Coughs i many tint I 1-now, I was imiucpd by 'I QUINA. I r'l........ G j. w. & CO G. u,'V., & cO ,
I <
bo'tlo.! and before LM < <-
to a
my son try I
begin taking diseases. Guaranteed
I 10 : and all Lung
had used the first bi fiI I: could feel I -4i /
i ho medicine) by W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 S. I *
I getting -
quite a ditTl'rence-thal was tile 5Wor or.
50c. and Jl.OO. jfudnn's,
.', Palafox street. Price food i t-i
'ij anSI clears : stronger, and I enjoyed my
Trial bottles free. and after taking four bottles 1
i was entirely cured. I only wish.tint Millinery opening of Spring fashions -

- : the medicine could be placed in the Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
&.-. 'e'A\'i.a: ,' .ft"A i reach of all suffering humanity" March 24, 25, and 26, at Mrs N. Bow 1W
..I .ow'; : JW.V.WY\ .. ..w Y Y I ,
ers, on South Palafox street. I

| .* LENTEN SPECIALTIES & i: Call and see the Crash

-AT-- Suits at See our line I f Trunks.

!' Gray, Goodman & Rader'sLadies i Solo agents for the Patent

...SOL CAHN & GO'SS ... I are cordially invited to inspect i Wall Trunks.

: my Spring .Pattern hats. en Tr71 Johnson $_Son. Bon Bans and Chocolates.

OItF:6Vft'ItrLN: MKKTJr. t Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, !
MOMY i C: .\1: is:n 'mnri'ii.xrur.r.K--, SOKF.SHK.M.! ciiAue, I March 24, 25 and 26. Mrs. N. Bowers, Mrs. N. Bowers will have her cpen- ruin:: IMILICIOU.S: i tL't Ey p;

m>K.Jk i ing of new Spring Millinery, Tuesday,
a MIKI :I Ctts I+H-H. risii iI\ on, South Palafcx street.
f" MI.MUI"111 UUIXTFK: Kll'lT.Kii IIEKMNG. j I Wednesday! Thursday, March 24, 25 # W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, <* ,

ll'.NNY FI'II. rand' 26.
PHONE J7S i See our line of Trunks. i Druggist and Apothecary.: 121 South Palafox St. d
.* in First-CUss Grocery. I
!, CTvtbin.! Generally Kept a -I Ifrt
for the Patent -- -
"_ Sole agents
'' .....,. II -
d; :
Q. ...
& 'DL
\\1 ..'O''V.r. .."- '.. ..... Wall Trunks.

d Win. Johnscn S'Son 11 11II FORGOTTEN DR. H. MOCK
--- -------- -- -rJBIIIl'
------ : : : = : .
Natural economic laws govern in- THAT ENGAGEMENT? ,
ternatioal commerce. The currency
r, I! I
international commerce is basil
: BSHCWINCU! ,| I' upon commodities, the value of which Did the fact that you were to meet DENTIST. G

:. cfi txcir i\i: : I is measured by the international Smith at noon slip your memory? r

; ,' \,'I j I standard of value-gold bullion. Com- Did you neglect; to buy those articles -:
|:J High-Craie: Novelties ;i modities are money. Currency is: I you wanted? 28% 3. Palafox Street, % Old Armory Building. h v

.,,.. .,::1'I:I nl n.. silk.lieoland: '' ; I an evidence of their ownership, in I How about that commission your CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. i
it _.;..... \.II the form of a promise to make delivery -I
to )
\ wife gave you d'
..- '.: r6 )h-n'l'ri7.t"11 Cottmi.... on demand. In the deep, true 1MINSACOLA..\.
'2-S2.S'2!; o2.Si5 .5S"2=-
__ - has NEED A
I word
-- 1 meaning of the money
"CIOO-; ;
\VI \ nrrnniied I." your 11.'n ctton the 8 ellst ('O STKICTLTi :; can be created .
been, nor ever
i shown in tVnncola. Every jtud ot \ ), never t'
tiltI'K: ytvELTia; tier
:: .it,11 Kftino'H maker I b" rig with It Ii''ni'> tnabions' decren'' of ap- '' : except by labor. The standard We have 'em, all sizes and all sorts, ) Laxative Rromo!: Qninine .A PJI.OIIevII'J
:< i:. KMriim: l ana one Hong Kong. \\UDI.KNS from Urea Brlttan and : I with the never-wear-out sort of bindings
\ ', ..treat t a.luoii (:.rnters or the \\orld.ty : : money of the world creates its \'al.1 Cripra 2 (g. d'd7PV 1>>01. 2k i
\ I and from causes over which the splendid paper, fit for either ,I Cores .CoM in One Day. Day* r.

1I.Ii.... WOOL AND COTTON 1 ::: I ue no government use exercises control. It pen or pencil, and rulings for all kindsof I l;

i .. \ .. Vat Patterns! I>K!>SFAllltICS.= :i: is a currency upon which no government purposes. G. NERI.i i A. C. BINKLEY desires his Itiends Ilf l tt
SI.5'to the The Prices from 5c. to $1.50. know that te has I
S8 pattern Batiste ss In-h all-wool full-lino ; :\ has ever fixed its stamp. It is Range and the puoiie to Pt"'t'IJ rl

: .,. 1 hiU1! "''1\15t Patt''n'l. Hn- Bhl\dp'l -- .- 50o yd t.a I :1 that lorm of money which when paid And too, we can sell you .a .good Moved to R-JOsn 508, Tbiesen balld- \'.

I: ":'y_.. SI.75 yd Albatross, ; tt-lucn all-wool.. qual- 1( ') to the laborer, will buy for him today pencil to go with it with a protectorto inh', where ho will continue as heretofore -

: 1 I.> ..., i'n'p", full IJnH Kvenlng! ity 6Ooyd1'rramdalacream ( :\ and will always buy for him at save the point, or a fine fountain Ice Cream Parlors a general law practice." t
) .
1 quality Elamlnt'B.all colon. 5Qc to SI 25yd 1
: 1- '
all -
and !
tnat will write readily '
1 SilO yd I \ I his home or in any place to which pen ". ;
j Hot French Wafflog with.
I ___ Mubairi-A&ry, mach And lira?. i it : :J,; S. ralafox Street "
\0' s: L.uJe ranJt' of patterns 50ctoSI.75yd ( i he may carry or send it the labor --- I Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's. l j f; Iii
I' 1 : !L, jloriDi. best quality i the value of his own labor DROP IN.
Volles-blnoli. :Nary and Cream.St. ( )I of others to NEWLY ; !
60c yd SI 25 indSI.SOydEmbroidered for the herecel'td. .. 4 <
:, ..11. ; colors. ) ; which! he gave money REFITTED AND FURNISHED.All ---- -Ifj" ,
I 50ctoSI.25vd hinle.In malt l>eautlfuldei u This is the only kind of E. W. PEAKE :x "l-.'
< and (cnlnrlnz 44-incb, : "
gn .
i .. (la only) J8 to $14 patternMercerized I which honesty and intelligence I Kinds of Creams, Ices, Glaces I
.mint beautlfuiCon- money J. M. COE Electrical contractor aud builder, ,.. -.: I',
\ "r 4w tin pt tern nn- used. Fruits and Cakes. to (
50c to $2 yd t\'ants, $2.25 to Si Pat ; i can permit to be I I will do your electrical. work In first- l :tr. '. : '

I. PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIES class! style and at reasonable: rates. i fr. i :

g'_ ..... '11. '_% for_b'ai.ts :::Full jiti. :1 iuonos wide -200 yd Ping Pong Collars, 10o BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, OR PARTIES.Mallard's I He can be found at 30 South I'alafox : 'J i ,. '

each for Saflltfday and strellt. Phony 203.x ;iI
I't : Candies a Specialty. i r
Palafox Street, ;
: \\'. J. & B. FORBES. J4fonday. 203 South I -- t ti!;. .

-- Gray, Goodman $ Radtr- PEXSACOLA, Fla. PHONE 6C2. I lida: s, ice des( for QC.J U': ,


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Curseor l

A word or two al/oJt sandwich making. :

Fir of all be sure that the breadIs If i HE'S SORRY .

twenty-four LUUM old acd of fine I ,
grain that will not easily trumbLThe! I i I i

knife ,must bw ns sLarp a* i JI xsible. I The Penacnla. St. Andrew? and
(Gulf Steamship
The carvias knlft- will \,.? found good I Company has fixed
the following hchednle and rates to
for tts purusf. Get everything rvadyuefosv I rr : i. XoiFejar HE FELT DELICACY'apply b-twefn Pensacola and the

cutiin? the bread the butter I r I i' points named : : h\

1-euiS soft enough to 111':1.1 easily. cw ABOUT ASKING QUESTIONS.
I S S scnmrLR
Cut off the crest of the! loaf lUJ.klng: a Cr I I WHITE RIBBON
&* iikk! slice: of it; then cut the first Steamer Tarpon will leave Per.a-
I C''la every Tuesday night at 8:80
s.ntwidllit.! as as i>ossilie! :IudLun. ( Ey Wire to The News. j o'clock, after the arrival of the Mo-1 I A'o taite. JVb x/or. t..n .

i r it, next butter the luaf and cut: i Washington March 20.-Henry E. : I Ii bile train and the P. &; A. accoirmojd.ttiou vattrtea coffer irii.irWhl / "

a.:other thia: slice. Place the two but i i train. ThU will enable a I '* "hhon H"01l'dY..J
Thomas, a negro, and Elizabeth 1. thndteaaot appt-fito'forr, 'r
tend sides together; until ready to I* I Ifll.I. II j person to leave Mobile atop. m., lants, nether the PilI I. It .
I Lundgren, white, both of Baltimore, I make close connection 8t Pen.acola inebriatf, a "IIPP"'r." ., ...
Cut tie rest of the sandwichesin I married afternoon 'and reich St. Andrews the next [i drunkard. Impr.iblclot nnarpftue '
were yesterday by ,
foralc ''''' ;( :. i]
the same way. If the sandwiches j morning at 7 o'clock.
fiev Dr. Donald C. MacLeod White Kibboa R"medv. -iTC
I pastor
are preferred without (crust put top I'i i I I
J "E I, of the First Presbyterian church of';' HAfFS. Indorsed byMr \jrmh"11 .>r \v <
Ukr half dozen
a that exactly fit and '
this city. I j The passenger rate from Pensacola Moor.prcs. sapi. rin 1'
cut ( own tLrouzh the outer edges.; then I | will be as follows: I >rn'. Christian Tempt- 1j
diagonally; through the pile. Make \ This i is:: the congregation over which', To St. Andrews and St. tura. California wnto.
Andrews ,,
kt \\ hue
i Ribbon
y Rt'mPdy"drunJ.ard"
tell large sandwich into two or threesmall the late ReDr.. T. DeWitt Talmage'pf\int-t6W| ; ; round trip $10. : ,and the cun. 1\1

triangular ones. Pile them 0111 presided, and counts among its members To Apalachicola and Carrabelleg3 t In msnyeases the Kt>m> v
the dish on uTiil-h they t., l jpI/ tie round Icretly. 1 cheerfully t> '
are >o some of the moat aristocratic ; trip 115.; j| dor<- White KiDlmii Kfiu.
sorvcd, nnn them at omfnh a table These fares Seclude firft-ciassj: : oup 1'0100 are delli.0" : d
; persons in \\'nshinton.The ,
napkin w rai.KX>ut in n>U wIT.'r and cabin stateroom and meals. i tu'cul! treatment" to a.1: i .

sot them hi a COOl pl la':('. They willI' marriage look place in Further information can be ecared i ance Pork

<'! fresh end moat for several hours A Ma.-Leod's office which is in the !by applying at the company: ; cmct DruggIsts by.mal; t
_t- i ,y f Gre in the Tbiesen
".i< !,"Il. tiiiu.ii, ham and :stanl.i.i; !; are ; church building: The only other per building i,' freebywrltlnKMrs.A. M Toss I (fcf

,\ .''< Ii\orili' things; but an.i.-l aiivi In prt'-ent was the negro janitor. ----'- I years secretary of a Wornain : s rest

i"r lish! prijuTly |I.r<-!' ,1.\! The coupe had been directed to/CARPENTRY' AND Temperance Union t "

i !., .1.1; i ai'i) <'tzin-;'_ \ "t "le'v I St, Boston, Mass.v
S ii1cZ Dr. MacLeod by some the vicinity !
one In I
: a ;rvat addition; to ;'. ; i. ; ELECTRICAL WORK [ Hsaniti 8rosM S. IUI
of the court house where the
:. f 'h, ".5 wnpIIli i. e- ,rllL11! ; J _
;J .' : :. i.i.l ue.TLe foll!1,"vin; v. '...ilI'll '. aswas procurred, and fro m '.

;, .. jn'i.vonnaKc; : ufive.-, \l.-iiii"I .. which the church is but half a blockremoved. Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phono Go; ,
A nervous, irritable mother often on the of is I if vou have
hysterics any carpenter or
verge hx
', i';; 1"T aii-1 and ; eltcrfl'l ti crHLr 1' .
rn-ss tn"itoi'! : {
unfit to car f>r children ; it ruins a child's disim.sition and rouots ,: cal work you want will done. I' a11.ta.M di ,
\I hi h hboulJ be madeitli:; brownLr I upon h"r5clf. The trouble! Lt-twei-n children and their mothers I Says He is Sorry; Now. : t I ca.r.ote.d Ire..

> ad I too often Ls due to the fact that the mother has some femalevpnkness I I Dr. MacLeod was at lunch when Ii rMM"ulaMM"nncwn. .. (1'.I f

\ and the 5 i.* entirely unfit to hear the strain upon her nerves they arrived at the church, but the i CA.STor'-tA.:: ., ,. rHtFotsCNEMIcA1C3. rent
.\ nlque ('..rp..( I'amtencr. thit chill involves I ;I erara thr ltaC.,1:!d! Yrj Ha.e Ai\31S: J JI cINciNN1n f bold b, UroKCI.ii.
governing a ; it is impossible for her to do anything janitor had them wait until he returned 8J1.ZJ: G 6 i. orur
The oft rviHMtfd juke of the man who c.IIml'he it |I h.tu/to ;, > -it
:: -cannot help as her condition is: due to suffering and when the was -I-- J ,
walk,,} the floor at night with the Inby : shattered nerves caused by some derangement of the uterine system I ceremony per i,I'" .(2b LM tr.wac i. '.L,,..
formed. Dr.lacLeod j
and trod on a stray oari)>et tack will I with backache, headache, and all kinds of pain, and she is on the verge said tonight: :,, --- --- ---- -
Lave to lie laid on the shelf for Rood of nervous prostration "I am sorry I did this thing, but I j

and all if the tack shown in the aiconipanyiii When a mother finds that she cannot Ix calm and quiet with her did not think of the talk that would j

}? illustration shall find fat or liSa children, she may be sure that her condition needs attention, and she can- result. Thomas was so white that it { WICKS & CO

substitute for the Hat headed ami ThtdolA'tterthan to take :\ Pinkham's Vesretalde Compound. would be difficult: to distinguish his I

sharp pointed! fastener which has been This medicine' mil build up her system, strengthen her nerves, and color, and wnile I hesitated about

In u-e for so many years. There Is one enable her to calmly handle a disol*>dient child without a scene. The Plumber Gas and Steam
performing the I had delicacy
marriage, a
great rpeoniim'iulafion for this Inven children will soon realize the difference, and seeing their mother quiet, fitter
tion. In ease of a fire It i Is !but a mo will themselves become quiet. i about asking him as to his race. ,

ment's work to pull the carpet from "He was dressed in broadcloth, No.

the lloor, ami that, too, without any Mrs. May Brown, of Chicago, 111., says : wore patent leather shoes and was : i South Palafox Street

danger of tearing; the fabric. This tack < "DEAR Miss. FI EIIAM :-' Honor to whom .altogether of an eminently respectable : All Kinds oi Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hac

Las one Ions (end ihleh is inserted honor is due,' and
e' in you deserve both the thanks appearance. He looked to be TELEPHONE SU a hole close to the basclioard and ret and honor of the mothers America whom you
'iv.'s nearly all the strain of the have so bletsrdly helped and Wuefited. I bare about 28 years old. The woman appeared *- "" 3

J used Ljdiu E.'PHiUiamV to be ::O. She said that
t str+'tcheolcrpt'l the sl.ort.: pointtd end \: Vegetable Compound over "
only entering the wood n short des r t when 1 would feel run-down, nervous she was a Swede and had lived in this r SAMUEL CHARLES
and irritable, or have of the aches and
w any pains
N:!; country for nine She referredto I ,
#>'f: which but few women escape, and I have found years. Ill i
j r (tjj f- ::;;r that it relieved me ct once and pave me new her husband; as ':1:1 American.: a BOOT AND 5HDE MAKER

strength Several ladies'! rjpmlrs of our Lit Did Not Hav; to Find Out. I ,

"" ,, I erary I'nion, speak in the highest praise Of your "Thon.ys did nit ofkr to V. REPAIRING
Vegetable Compound, as they: have been cured !

}:.F from serious female troubles. One lady, information about himself, and the : b.--::.- -: EJJ3 Wholesale and Retail! De filer in Shoes,: Leather & Fiudm:: ,

', '. ... :\: F' i who thought she must submit to an operation law of the District of Columbia docs

,-.......0 ,,.. .: '., I the world, was butl4diaU.l'iHLlmniVcge.cured without u.sinjr nnythinsr, In not require a minister to ask hues'tioins" I:I'IMIO.NK 614. 00' SOl'I II PAL4F'OSTItIFT.: .

-- .:.; \ a talale I i
-,.. po.:0' ; Compound and rsanalheYa< h.
:0'1! erg :r. You have hosts of friends in Clueapo: and i I i There is no law in the District J. E.

_,,-- __ j if you came to visit our city we would delight to do Ii I against miscegenation, but the incident DUI3UISSON fe9 EllOTIIEU

:1- ,.... i 1 you hi.nor. Gratefully yours,-51ns. MAT HIM w.\, 57 Grant Place, Chicago, Ill I has caused considerable' comment : : ,
; J'i How Mrs. Pnkham Helped Mrs. McKinny. II among the congregation of Dr. ,

:. MacLeod's church it is the first Dealers in
;; as
... .,"j I DEAR MRS PIXKHAM :-I feel it my duty to write and let you know the I
=E-'==-- : '- t- :' ',;"; good you and your Vegetable Compound are doing./ I had been Mck ever since i time in the history of the church: that tug Choice Staple and Family Groceries
o::. _- ...." .... .,.: my first baby was born, and at the birth of my second, ray doctor as well ao; the marriage of a white and blaok has ,
== : yu f,.."...'. .. I should live
-=- myself thought never through it. After that menstruation
-, ...".". ..... : .......:. ". .... ,, ''.'' came regular and when it came I suffered terribly. I also had womb never and been solemnized within its walls. and are arp Warranted Received to Fresh be the Daily.Best the They Market are too many to enumerate
::- :- :,s:1 ovarian trouble. A friend of my husband's advised him to pet Ljdia 11, Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given and can be

I'inklianiN Yl'J't'tallh'mu I)'lUll(1 for me.t first I had no faith in it. How to MaW a Walking SLIM. I> Holidays and will Deliver Free tn During the
I EHOWIMi TACK I'.I.EVATin I'OK ILACIXt: but now nothing could induce Into l>c without it. Menstruation has become IVrbnps! yon have au old skirt of soft to any Part of the City.

I THE CAIU'LT. regular and I f"l'llik. a new woman. Your medicine i is a riod-send to suffering material-M-rp?. cheviot or the likes j) COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.
q t.ei: : A< tlw: liitciitU-n i-i t.. !h\tf Ihe women. I hope this Utter will lead others to try Lydia IMnUianM
nl.s l .1:11..1: iii ihc! I.r: for the' rcin-ii I Vegetable; Compound. Yours trn'v, Mu,. :\I1LDltlcIlss: \, 2s Pearl: which you want to restiflen around the j P.O. Box326.
t bt., San I'ranciseo, Cal." (March 1G,1'rull. bottom and make serve as a walking i J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.
L tuiii >f tho. !in:: sl.iink!; of the tart it is I PHONE 66. .
: skirt! says the Kanas City Journal. !
vic'i-$ that u Imri/ontal put"U! li.-nr.1.1o rmeIEHICL ADVICK TO AvoMnx.
E'nauily Orooors.SCCCKSSOR .
ti : the of I
Buy required amount heavy j II
i rfl. ii mi It. lilt in case of a lire; a I If there l is anytliiir in your ahout v.liicli MiiiirouM likoppcoial I
I cloth or, more economical and just as
+ .t1!,-al sirainill: slip all the t.iks: | advice, write freely to Ittrs. riiikham. Adell'('.", is Lynn, _
ma' tln'ir sockets witliout rt-'i-tame_ !j 31a-e., Her advice is free, and her adt ice i i.s always helpful. p cut carefully by the seams and .A. :M: .A
\\'I..u IjyiiirT the '.iri..-t. the tack: :, i*
; art FORFEIT wacfuitmt forthwith I'r..tu..o the orirfnil letterodsignatnre.of! very
free from and hems. Then
jux-Uets laps ,
$5 0 0 0 ativ\a lc>tnuuiiaL, uheli will 'nive their ab.nlute >
I list: plmiil in their s. .'kctS.) !".-n;:': el,' I [ e>nu'.m newLjdia Ii
ls. I'lsliliaui Jleditlue to Lynn, 1Ilaaa.I (i'li-nns! the four ', aOCl'SlIIoi face the
rated -I*-fi di>tsi.c and into ,
I I skirt. laying it on the right; side, seaming ( TO AVERY V WOOLFOLK. iIMPORTER
I' ::1!h': I'-i'.iic: as it i" drawn ti to tiniitslio.itil. -
'j The best pill 'ncath the stars and and turning: it on the wrong. Stitch AND JOBBER
Afti-r the OF
tacks ale nil in L W. PEAKS
tlie bottom and mid of
I stripes near more rows
!?: r. .1 liir'it Mowiili the lianiimr ; i
\vll; .. Little Early Risers of No. .SO South Palafox street, kPE'r stitching as taste dictates. ; HARDWARE.
i"H" IMs!: rt 1'11.1., into the ll KH vrorl.Jly repute.It .
( call lit iii, wirer '! and all kind! of
to tiiiis'i' iliiMiix-ratioii, though the ar- cleanses the system anti never j jgripes. ;: electrical suppli-1 s. Have him do I II I

I't&n Lie Ivld without it if domtlItlollru ; j your woe k, Call phone 203.j !, Recovered Speech and Hearing. I I Iron, Nails, Axes fcbovfl I*, '- 1W fill and Steamboat

.j't t Ask for DcWitt's and take no !t -- - Messrs. Ely Dros.:-I commenced Supplies, Cookiujrand Hi u.; .noves, Paint Oils

: 4d;:N Tor n Ha Ide. substitute.A j j TAKE NOTICE. Window Glass, Guns Pit nuJ Fishing Tackle.
tI using your Balm about two
I If yon Lave: lookol in vain for MJLM snail pill easy to buy, easy to take '_ To whom it may concern: years ago for catarrh. My voice was ,I Agate and Tinware ana li-ji-ei'urnisliliig Joods.

I gift fur the Um! and this
easy never failing in after date all Resolutions somewhat thick and my hearing was GENSFOR BIRMINGHAM POLLING MILL
.\ iM':aif. lull) ruttir.hkli! I is a l littlest COMPAXVW3
results. DeWitt's Little Early Ris- Cards or Thanks, Excursions or dull. My hearing has been fully restored I Revere Giant Htitched Belting, Xorthamnton
.J ** I 1'w'll'i h a petal! to cut J'"!:\ '
ers arouse the sccrc-tlocs and act Entertainments to whicn admission Wheel ( 01., L ''ftin & Rind Powder Co. Johnson's
::, : toes int.i tiny( l.-ills.! as II an and my speech has become quite Kilsomin [-

j .\ -.nuil;l IIIIMI:!! of stiff:! \\ ire fur cleanin a tonic to the !liver, curing permanently. is charged, and siml'ar notices, ;; clear. I am a teacher in our town. Coup' A, Iron Co.King'!! Raw and Hide Buck Stoves Lace Leather and Ranges Wm

4S I, ;; 111j l and jnitv Hargis Pharmacy, John ShepparJ, !: will be charged for at regular sdver I L. G. BROWN, !: Made Railroad Colors. Masury's

H A {'!,im....' stniiiii-r fur liar smipsnuuli EiJacjKahn.. ii"a: ates.I .
f': I ,_ Granger, Ohio. : Masonic Temple, $ Pensacola Fla.
of :h! > Wire with l.ooUs to !.IS't'i i --- ----- -

f'; ;' at the ndiof the kottl.A .-. Try The r;ews' WAN" COLUMN.! BUY THE 1' The balm does not irritate or cause '
i '
] i fi
i l1 tray stvr;:h.; bole the bottom u,11I I I cts. or mailed by Ely Bros., 5C Warren I

r.l rVsi] > tiivir.A'lu'stus Hot Rolls at 5 P. m.. lOoa street. New York. TIME TABLE.
t iN !Gm" E
insits to 1lal'UlIh'r luTjioti doz., at S 0l o ill c971's. I

r and k.itli-! an-1 save her ubii's; al>oasU'stm LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN

I<< r iron !lioM.-rs. Thieseo I DECEMBERi,1Du1
I''t Tho Mv ,,,rl.: iiaiUrLich! brings; the I SEWING MACHINEDo

,...,1 cork out iu ivrfwt umditinu.An CASTOR! New Orleans and Mobile.

vsn tutt.TIiifh i; a ring with for pot be deceived l>v those who ad- CORNER
.ti prongs iiisldo and liandKs like sci-twtr I and Childrcc. I a $'W.l; 0 !Fett Maohine for So.fl. !\to... No.!. No.1. No.1. No 9.H .

till with wlik-lt a lot e be The Kind Vcu Ha8 ?LiXX( This kind of a machine can 6x5)7:151 14:16m lI:05p LeavePl'nlacolaArrlve 6:00. .:CJOp :rvp
;':s; may lasily Always 6ollgt I l. s. 1:2T: p 1:02. Leave.-Flomston._.. Levee lRS !:JIO rap6:1x1
1'.III.11.!. >'iibt! usr.ruuy of our 11:00. ':via iM. MObl1l1Ltoave
WU Retch griJJIos for niakit'S luuoakes.Lllernrj lla'ers the A L.t.Y "' ; 1 dealers fro ll$n.oljto IS.OO.I One Block West of Palafox. i I' ..... ..-- $::5p 7:110. lAoavlI _N.w Urllll\n" .........11 12:11I0"Hf.J; p 12:1110 7:25 a _P_

Sna.Lra0! l I-c., r? North.
'I11 land *lr (Jnl.f .

"\n' tow liJ! you fare at the bout I The Feed determines the strength or No. 2. : No. I.

on the hill?" Inquired WanJerinjj Will.o ]- Tort Barrancas. FlaMarch weaknv..s of ewing Machines. The Ilu5 pm I 112:15 pm Leave PeosaoolaArrlve .:00 No. l m I 6ftJ.1D No. '.
9, Double Fmlcouibiiif<< with othei ThfTI 8:16. m I 1:51 pm ArrlTII_ MontgomeryLeave p
i iI
; of 1"ll1ul..rnlike.! : :? 11:15 a m 9:15 IE
Ifl: l'ilSealed: proposals in triplicate, 11:59 am 8:1": pm Arrlve_ HIMnlnibam p
j-tronsj jxants : 'sthectv Iowei LIQUORS 6:33 a m 4U6 m
li'' : p
-Fini1. the tuoanJerer. "Thel.idy 7X pm ltO. m Arrlve.Naebvtlle
replieJ I will be received until 11 a. ia. :March the Ut _Lesve _
Machine ,
bvwiiig to buy. :&) e m :18.
m Arrl1'llLotllsvllle ,.
gar. uio a little of most every :2S i:r'It' : for constructing eve cisterns.i( 7/0. m I 11:58. m ArrtTe _ClnctnnatlLeafh Lea Itlb p m ':i.Sln.

tliiii;; you could mention" Fort 1'tokens to Fla. U. S. reservesricht i Wnifi 1 e r r CIRCULARS "f'r'nt:"howln"-'yiw the! dig of 7fIam Inpm ArrITe..tit.Lont. ..... Ll'.ve 1:80 115pm p m 11:15 N:55pm: p m
-Not Lashr reject or accept any or al hwinK.\-.lPhInw|
"Xo. A packet\;: liction.iry.-Cleve-- proposals or any part thereof. Information ; we nmnutacurcanj prices bvture purchasing fOR I PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.So. .

land I'laln. Ivaler. \ : furnished containing! oa proposals application.should Enolopes i- i THE NEW HOME SEWIRC MACHINE CO. I 81-DaUy No. -Dally No Hop where time not mown No. *-Dally 'iJJo. 2-LeU

i Aletheinal ..
he marked 'Troposalg Cisterns,"I I CB NCt.: Family or Use 11.65 pm Too a m LeavePIDueola.Arr/n 10:50 p m 1--tM E-

The Stomach is the Man. addressed. E. COLE. Q. M. !S 1'nlonSq. X.V,Chicago,ILL,, 12:16 1:20 night.. 1:18 1:18"II "" __ liohemla. __. II 10:81" 1:04"s

A weak stomach weakenes the man. March 17, 18, 19, 20. 25, 27. I Ilit.: LoulsMo, Dalas,TeL, ;Ul t'l'.lcill'O,Cal FOB 12:28 .II. T:1S _- Ynleitra.Kscambla__ "II 10M 10:12"II 1 1:01 7"
U us Tt6 __
because It cannot transform the food I 12.WisM T:: j" ___ Harp __ II 10:11 10:23 6.46

he eats into nO'lrishment. Health 50 PIECE DINNER SET The Sailor or Lan sman. 12.M"" T'15":85" "" -(1.1ICty Milton __ II" loit "" 6:17 8-40

and strength cannot be retsored to i ; FREE" lao: 1m I. __. II Good Ranu II 10:10_ n .6\10:66 M
any sick man or woman without 1:55 813 .___ (:88 4:85
*) =kB8S.!
first restoring health and strength to owirrfnl. Indwvmenl ta tell oar arras Bakta* Pmritn SO __ tK .:11 "
KTy purrhaTof a"andca of ..... B.NI.S P.W4eeanon !:M 888.M II ___Cretvlew_ 8:11 IS 4:008Jf4 ..
the stomach. A weak stomach ... 8:00 II U
can ourPtw.aeswill reaavrthIlbamifu Water emiiM. :
Swedish Punch, DanisH DeerLan4 _.. It 8.6 "
not digest enough food to feed the insof Mti>lMraadiiiglMffiill! >i>, fee. LateR col glut pat Aquarll, 8:28 9:18 II II Moeey Head __ II 8:40 II
tern. K.mrtnt.rtis W au;Met u prrn atwmud j frf.(o eref* German Kummel 4:01: ':110 II II .. ll
tissues and revive the tired: and run riirchar fat boavadUl! arurlMU imbed br oar Flan !o.<& and other brands 4:18 I' It { 8:18: *..UI'M '
To e..rrv I>.trwhoallaWnneenawot Bwaa'naklu P...... :U. __ Argyle._ T:44 "
down limbs and organs of the body. undo-. r1an....e&.1t.. tAe 1a._,.ftkh....tUU Waur of imported Wines and Liquors. 4:40 8 T' II -Ponce d' Leon.Tw" ':11"
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses, "el flee .. _It p.eetwe givesbead.omsdYd.aontede.. 6:00 10:10' ___WeitrllleCarvvllle__ I II
purifies T:1T
\. I'k.e 1It.r tt'T ... .. .. .. 1:55"
aPit Ti *" l t lf"- We Here will t-08: 10:11' It "
sweetens and strengthens the do not twutre any rannrj In ad..nee. 5 mph Beat DI Joar un J only,you fad the N. C. in 10:10' -- fII" 14
glands and membranes of the stomach au.t fcUreft. and T.vtll. forward oar diffecval plan*aaa fall tnforAy Bowen Kentucky Whiskey 21 <:00 ," 10:17" .. --.Bonita--_ II IM" 1:2'7"
mati"...".". "VwaMr vJiL. years _Cbipley II eiff II I 14 M
, and cures indigestion dyspepsia Pll i>w a WewuTanowniallfM>ndaitodeU crtlMltiMdllildeQDMtlbIIMiitTbfta old. 1:10" 11m" -Cottonflale_ II ':18" 12:6, nova
and all stomach troubles. Har- T 1"Y'Dgao..kl.. "e allow hrnraib, niniMion If: prefomd....'.. We pay all frartH We alto pr Httt i* T.OOTJO II 11:25 II _y artaana_ II 1:00" 1:11 H
fc frarknChain skirt WaUt 1'illim Iinn m-i. I |-T iita Las, Bill..r>aln tjil lltS II .. I'sr. loIocmaOoo.
" gis Pharmacy John Sheppard, Sidney aALOS.l'PPLIU('O / A..Y. IUf Mi.. lit PU .tre.t .10 ....... Hft Valhalla Branch, corner Garden TM ,It. llU" c''lrl' II t-.a: II II!:*! "
Kahn. We assure our reader that the klvona S.pV*"Company U UnTODgbly reliable.-6d1Wr. I I street and 10th avenue. 8:11'f:58 It At noon" _.._ Bneadi II Gal II 13:50
WU4 ArrtTeBlTMlaooUoa 6:10 I 10J. "

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HELENA BLAV < A Shrewd Investorwill The Sew Shirt Walit. Doctoring: Free. il'lljf' ;.ml': 'il. =

MRS. i SERV ICESATTNECNURCHfSNNNHN l| White linen that now goes to the ,

making: of wash blouses", >Is very mach J+ ) s
Young MllwauKee Society Woman. ................ l be glad to know how the on the order of what we have bought rf I a 1 '
The Red Cross
Doctors Are Doing sr'
Catholic. accumulation of trust for tablecioth.s. It has heavy damask 1\mI
greatest t,
ti t
tl ouswd: cured The woman who has iuf- In It and :
-f; figures a high gloss.; This '
T "Vo-"n hare written ered from female weakness Sl Michaels-Order of divine service funds in the world is invested. This", design! shows the most popular to Introduce Themselves. 114'h.} ;,, tt ;

JJ I f.. t,!ll lbowWinecf the should do anything withinCITI.ui for the winter: First mass, ,7 A who is way for making; it up. It has two sUe Three Month's Services Are Given ,:, ,UI.J'II\\: ? '

ostow3 reason to secure health. a. m. ; children's mass, 8 a. m.; last young man just !
: .-ri.f; : health on every M Wine of Cardui the medicine Free to All Who Call at Their Offices ., ; t} a
all'n o takes it, rich that appeals to reason mass and sermon, 10 a. m.; evening beginning to accumulate and ;hil lr. c.'J"l i t. ,,,

p .,a alike Mrs. ble women-women who devotions, 4 p. m. invest his savings will be 111 West Chase Street, Be : t: .. '
al :
a 1.; a s, \o. 12.1 Ser hold operations and cutting St. Joseph's, Rev. Father Fullerton, f.' J'.tr i :t + 't

; a' 5r; % Milwaukee, in horror-women who know Pastor-First mass, 6:30 a. m.; high interested in a booklet that c tween Now and March 21. E( l' ,It' jtl iu.; ';

;Y. ;3.,,!\ii* M n of Wine the c.f young Car- that sician.Nature Wine is the of best Cardui phy mass, 9:20 a. m.; benediction[ 7:30p. describes the investments of g,. o A stall of eminent phyMclans and lur'r I .\.a'l.u t1?: 1f '
reons from tbf lnl Cron 1..d.c..IID.tltDte x
i j r< ae '
ii I
: '
She writes: health humhrrotpadruanndrrtbetrcnre/othla .
fs. nc by giving Nature a I i
TIM of e CarijI 1 b etrlainly Vorn chance to build up the wasted and diseased Methodist Episcopal Church South, Company of New York. This ''riE h I II cnuntrveatabnahet Etitutatnthlscttyat a permanent branch i!! ,- ili: : h''n' 'tVfotthal ',
tissue. Wine of Cardui
regulates Palafox] street, Rev. J. ::\1.. Dannelly, lfi % t
(..t1 women's best friend and I am pleased the menstrual flow and 1\atareWhea information is found in I II 11 t West Chase Street. : : ...., '

ttghe my up rcncc With it. A few relieved of the drains or of the poisons pastor.-Revhal services tomorrowat i Io I It .HIlt, .' ,
"A Banker'sVill. Sent free The
fmln..ngf'otlt'ml.'n have decided : ,
t I
cold hav- in the system, makes the functional 11:00: a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; child c
eontb: ago I caught a oven I their services entirely! tree tar three fs t 'f r !
b inclement weather which organs strong and healthy again ren and young people's recital services on application, ironlbil mrdtcfnvetcrpledltosll Invalids % rr tH'r I I I
k.'s out "l. +
ahocabupnt.thrmtortrrat tent jl
f. Any who is \:41.: i 'r
la the woman silently fenngsr.kl at 3:30:: m. Rev. \\". M. Mfr .. -'i" I
p. '
all over me, firticukrly untold pains because she is too sensitive This Company rank o BEtween New and March 21. 'l ii ; ;F.. _
i-;Jmt:!. I wu in almost constant pain. to undergo a physician examination Intosh will preach at all these ser F.JJ-1a-In Afcfcvts.first Amount. PaiJ Policy-holder. i ii"t t' 1

I cccsutd! a physician and took his anti treatment can find no excuse for vices. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. f tut-In Age. Throe service corsist not only of cone : "3'1 ,'f, !' t

: month and without not securing relief when Wine of Car Mr. J. A. Arant, superintendent. Revival 0 fultallon.U.llliDalloo andad\'lcE', but also -f l' "'" ,'t-1 ;e
for Gfniiotr ,
:jiac* a any THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCECOMPANY surgical: operations. tJ:; ;
dui is offered to her. There is '
no publicity '
1 hu
ot.j.'ct ID this
I pursuing course
ttJl!L I then decided; I would try your to deter her. She can take Wine will continue next week, until NEW I, U to briomx. r&putlr aDd personally 80 .. Y Yctrl / t't ,
cei-ass anl it was a lucky day for me of Cardui in the privacy of her home, notice of discontinuance is given. The OF YORK ''quAlnl..d nub the sick andnltleteUaatt un 1 ;r
no C"'OIl1llun'1II any I r', ,
..!ia I d.i so. I noticed a change in alex with as much assurance of a final cure people of the other churches cordially .. RICBAID A. McCcacr, President. b# made for any 'rrelrrsremlerwttnrthan .'; ': 1"; n, ;
and felt encouraged to continueCarJui as though a dozen! doctors recommended invited to attend and assist in the I' A ]i nioatti touil who call before larch 21st.Tnedoctrr -l :1 pie ":
f iiys Many physicians do recommend plaits, Burned out, stitchoil; on the treat all forms of disease anddrformtira.nndcuarantrvacurv i r' I
;lli; T'ire of and my potatoesit. of Cardui to their revival work Nassau! Cedar, William & Liberty < In every ; '. I
patients. eJe: 1I.tthe seater are four haste cnsethrr undertake. At the. first inter- .; l I''jo : 5) .'
1S r cvarded,for ia two weeks my pains Why not get a $1.00 bottle of Wine Streets, 'NEW YORK, S. Y. tau'yutto\ :: that! clamp! on the inside vitro a thorough ..,..nlnllf o14.' made. and ;f; .. 1-1 E.y
and I Helt like a new woman." of Car ui from druggist today? St. Katherine's Church.IpiscopalSt. II incura'ole you are frankly and kindly told ( [
aft your t
hi ce Katherine'sCervantes CKCKi A'ILLCO31ana::"r, and (:1th\ takt'ii off! when the bk>y-e soabosart ..daealnatapr dmgmouryfor !4' ; '

Jacksonville, Fla. is:, laUl<1t'rl'll. The jLtiff'j are str.iijht; ]i I r 1 ; :
The Rev. Male and '''11I011"l weakness: catarrh and 1! r ,
and Sixth A\e.-
A million! street I' J Jff' :
suffering women and are ilftachinl from the MOUM> Two CHtarrbnl danlors+; oleo Mirlcocele. rup- : tt
WSMEofCARJM' have found relief in ii I II.V.[ P. Hodson, rector Third T. C. WATSON & CO D'strict Manag .tail's: should: l". ti..ide for every wal,... : tart !atrv.canrrr and a'l! dUa,<.. of Ikerectum.are + t 'r', t '

Wine of Car ui. Sunday in Lent-The Holy Commun l'eni'acollFla.. treatment.Their positively, cured by llieir otw t.. ti'f'{f'. ".,.J'r,.<' :1 1I

and --- I duel as oriat f urgeoti of the Instltut y 1 I. :
Children serrice .
ion S morning.
y .
I a dlbrtnDPnurnlrh rga I
I'Sunday school 9:3":: :Morning: prayer 11"t oJ llc aoae Spouse". IIlfic"0.111: \\ rat base OWed Hours 1, J'"l ,9 I
"1'hrn ,' ; :11,1 'U":1' I 11) a. m, to i ia. bunda lOa. r ,
lip Knew TIi.itOne ohn a "j'IIII:- ;!sets 1'tuay : p >s l,101pm. ;
D. HALE WILSON service and sermon at 11 a. m. Even- .. j", t' .1,i.
day the twtcl'er!! : a kwl the! third ;:1"t.,1 h:, t->xilit> t'l\dl. it ran i i.! rostontl ". ,

in? prayer service and sermon, 7:30.:: grade to t<-ll\ some of the sure indktilinns to its :ir"'j.r.'l mi I'.v'. tl o ai>iili- ..' f- r, !. ,h".. I IF 1 I

The rector will preach morning i and that >sprint had cciiu' Silence ctUiii: .i>f .1 i.iw: 1'"It:.i. ( 1 in a potato PARKER'S I'" :,1' t:- :, I

Real Estate and Rental Agent tuning.Seek; day services: Everyday rdent'd fur a moment and then! Johnny 111 !:MV(.< :T\I nib) ti! "l'OIli'e, with the = HAIR BALSAM(71wrf I i :' j

poitii-ii-! ;; .' \\Msh: it tln>r"''i.1y 1 \\ itIJw:1tl'r and b *iuiiit ..,111"I I i ii
the prayers at 10 a. m.; each day !hjid "It is always :i slue sign of rtwn era ft Iciunaul f' "i 1
: t t'in: -l-': : I\j;i; ,; will:! Lave: ,e -_ Wovcr Fale.o .',",ore Gr j ", i ;, ," .. :
1 :V-j!' South l"alal'utrcct: except Friday the prayers at 5 p. m. 'prI: ;; when we lunge; our under y UIo.rtolle, Mouthful Color. .f :'ir .
Little Chronicle. 'j'llte; d.s.-i'i": .ir< il. + t Curt enp ii* h.t'IaJuc. f. i'
vv ear. -
TELEPHONE: W.241. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA i Every Friday, evening, the prayers arudlu.t I IkaPw( .!' .!tl' li L."J r' f.I. t, j" ']

and address, at 7:30.:: The aontan'sCuid : -.

: of St. Katherino's meets every More Riots. .

Classified l Advertisements[ Monday afternoon in the rectory at Disturbances of strikers! are not' Doors andVindov & .: ; t,

4 o'clock. All ladies of the parish nearly as grave as an individual disorder .

of the system. Overwork, loss
-- -- whether communicants or not, are cordially \ Screens
of sleep, nervous tension will be followed ,\
ONE CENT A WORD. i invited to attend: these meet
I. by utter collapse, unless a reliable
1115. : remedy is immdiately employ ; i HAVE YOUTHOlT(iHTOF 't {M',

STOLEN. [IK YOU want to borrow mousy, invest The rector may }bo t seen after any ed. There's nothing so efficient to ?' t THE PROTECTION AND : i,, ; kp'di
money, insure your property cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys [ '
1 i
-- --- 'ice at the c "
sen rectory. d ,
prucure abstracts of title, buy or I as Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful ,, CO\IFURPTIfEl'AFFORD'2

I Orange and white jxjiuter; sell real estate, rent property of tonic, and effective nervine
,ottt C3 founds; Anrfwrsof any de-eriptton, have rents colI'1 j I' Presbyterian.First and the greatest all around medicinefor Get Prices Now. k '
lec'ei! or taxes attended Presbyterian church Re\
Hlla. My name on collar.'anl. your run down systems. It dispels
call on or addles Tho Watson Linn R. Walker, pastor.-Services at Nervousness, Rheumatism an.l

All persons: are warn & Co", Real F-tare and Insurance I 11 and 7:3u:; ; Sunday School at 9:3:: ) a Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs U. G. DeSilva A Co.
t lu-r. Reward!
m-> harboring Agents Pemacola; Fla. Charge Only 50c. and satisfaction guaranteed I ,

paid for return of dog and moderate.: To everyone who buysa I m. by \V. A. D'Alcmberte, druggist, "_'_ = "
itinnal reward for evidence lot from us we will lend money 121 S. Palafox street. -r- Tolojali.OM.0: 11- Li :: 5 '

convict thief.11LEECIiEIt. with.. .which build i .a hou
I There will be services tomorrow N
FORDCS.H WANTED. ndrtire's the Srsor DC.T r
and 7So m. P.e1 .. ,
at 11 a. m. p. The
-- I, .. Laundry
-- --- -
FH' U. School at 4:3o! '
= Jones Sunday :
-........... .,...,..,.- \VA.\TEU Goo.1 l- nurse immediately! I pastor.

' <' (>f Kej-s. Owner at SOI:: West Chase. mlCtf. a. m., l:. D. Beggs, Supt. Young l'eo.ple's \\\T\'eHes-lauil! { 'COmp'lllY
Busiest Best !
p Biggest
liy coffin! ? at this sen'ice atC:30:: p. m. The ordinance ) :' ,

property and pay- WANTED 6 YOU\G 1fEfrom''I of baptism at the evening ser

JITtf Escambi i County at once to pre vice. A cordial invitation to all to !! WHOLESALE: : RETAIL : .l
I pirefor Poiitiom in the Government '
attend theso sen ices. i GROCERS.Headquarters {
,,-. I Service. Apply to +'
Inter htate (:arrP3. Int. German Lutheran Church. The S eak ', }'

Cedar Rapid*, la.d&wlm Gorman services 10:30:: a. ni. English : for t '

rUN', lemon senices Sunday School) ; 1 '
j'p. m.
:\ spot on left : I Fancy and Staple!) Groceries ft
Tra\-cli salesmen
;; : 'J a. n. German Lenten services ev
for Ttelves !U
name of "Sport in each: state; permanent position: ery"p.lnt'lay at 7:::0 p. m. Vestrymeeting ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE \ L. i

,'. ..f West Hill! $fj'j and: expenses. Central Tohac I after close of morning service FANCY GOODS. ttJ
I We let the Shirt I Collars j r
< save reward. ,
;r. ;
co Works Co., IVnicks, Va. WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS t
an,1! Culls! we Launder: j>eak: for _
.- '; \\ii).-Hark bay 'N:1S'rED-tieveral::: persons; of character The Church of Christ. CELEBRATED thc-mselve-j. They will talk louder t ;

I Aliout thirteen and good reputation in each ,La.. we can: We wantto be juJ,ed '
.'. about three state (one in this county required) Churct: of Chri>t,'corner of Alcaniz Cafe du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home '
':!"J cote oy the work we do than by i ,4' i's
to r"l'relt111d advertise old established and Jackson streets-BiUo school, i Molasses, Illini and Climax Flour, + '
r> and fifty cents wealthy buine house and Baylels Delicatesser, German-Ameri what we say. 1! ,} f;
at H
9:43: a. inreaching; a. m. tl ?
irn toVN of solid tliiitncial: standiiii Salary scan Food Company's Canned Meats, f

,.' >\ Millview. f'JI:!I 00 weekly with expeines; additional 7:30 p. m. by \\'. T. Tracy of Viola, ', Etc., '

and all diyabte in ca-ih Tl'nn.prayer: me'.-tin; Wednesday at I ALL WOl K c. o. D. Gosfls Called for and Delivered Free tit -' i 1'' w
: '
direct each
Wednesday from head Etc.NOW '
;:JO p. m. Song practice: : at evening ff'r '
----- ollices.: Horse and carnage fur- service begins at 7:15: o'clock. Cone I OPEN T2LEPHOJIE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. ; ,
1 ', ''t ii.i: canva-ed-b.icked ni ;hed when lI ce-s IrReit'r- ,; '
cu". Endows ,;elf-addresaad envelope. I, and join us in these senicts. WALKER INGRAHAM Manager. ; r '
lining i
v i-"tit iiiun: ;
Coloiial Co. Caxton i iI ii
Britten in iiideiitileI 1 ..... .... ... .....
.. ,
I I-: 'viM: for the TPn. HJ! ,'., O:1ica: ;.). !OfeMwhD } Christian. -- -- .

m wu MUr x tie:: ;
> It. R. or A: Christian (hureh0.. 1C I '
r J. K. t'lomenr: Xii -. WAX -All kinds of empty ben Central J. A. VAN PELT. J. c. VAN PELT. +; ik : rl:
i .' : '-II lit. 2lNtf bottle, ti. A. Friedman. i.'J-ti East' Romana struct-Junior }

-- 'lion Endoator at 0 a..m.; Sunday VAN PELT BROTHERS : Yl

.a: tin;. anf wers t:jar 1'1'njjl chance for: men to learn barber school at It) a. m.; Y. P. S. C. 1;. at i; No. 11 WEst J IMema street. r.i '7 .
trade. Years of apprt'uticeshipsa'ed
> on left hind by our method of steady place 11 a. m. I, Opposite Ja*. lclIugh' GARDEN STREET GROCERS, ?! ; t '.

; returned: to res- tire aud instruction. Tool, diplomas I '
\\ .'!'liams, "27 North positions board and Saturday Universalist. II I Have Received Since the Holidays a Frtsh Line of r t 1,

-- M7-4t Moler waws. Collegeew Rhen. Catalogue Orleans mailed, I I church There t school,will tomorrow be, at no *services the the Cniversalist pastor, only will"theSunday !I Tn eS. t Vi al 0 n & t''.STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES: ,..If ,"*;' i'ii :'.

.---- -- ---- --- the state con- i I
I nr Ie..r'I ESCtASli1-:1tty: one wanting--a be in attendance upon INSURANCEs Fruits, Nuts, and all the Dclicacacics of the ScasoOar 1 };, ., '

4 I1. i perl i: houei bn11dt Mimuier home in the mountains Terence :at DvFuniak Springs. Goods are Arrivin.; Daily and you can Always TIdy on Getting; the I ? ta' ',

i '! ?r, Dun tore and can exchange property in Florida I, : ) i f i t. .

::,tl,>">r, three <.>iHoefetoll->. or South Georgia for Equal value Salvation Army. : REAL ESTATE Best, Freshest and Cheapest. I' a' T
in Arheville, \. C. Will trade up Special services! will be held: at the ; '
up to HO.Oioor 1\:'.-+. Otis A. Miller, II Sunday led No. South Palafox bireet.>> IM' *
Salisbury, lilock, Pensacola. Sal'ati"l'1rrn VAN PELT BROTHERS MP"yWftl.;
:" misuli bath 14flmI'Oll jby I Staff Captain E. Widgery., of.ltlanta ,
-k with iduntral \ Partial List of I>arable Dwelling
\ ? ; go< the usual
----- da. Services at ;
location A.l.. \ should 1 hear him. 1 for Ilent in V'urir.m Part; TELEPHONE NO. 23J j* ** .+* 31 EAST GARDEN ST i ;t > ,1
hours. Every one of the (;ily; W
-- --- --- i., N
-i root bohveeniiirdcn FOR IS ALE-The nu..t desirablefats Sif'icl't'ry night during; the weeU |, M5.00-:2'-Hory bou'rcontaningla: : rooms. rt'j l 6"t .

: et rects. in tbe city on eaiy term, hy I o'cloek. mi intHtrrn coDTfnirnci'!'. bulb oo t g
at eight ,
Dpprrnnd lower floor corner lot
mlJ-lm: the FI;hEr Rejl; Estate Airei c ;. P,... jitnl and titirul'tn r.T,Mnblr, out '
2u4Ji 5-;:.h Palafox. halal:11Rti Christian j, hoU'fS. etc, >o. Tit hint I.aliua : I l'

-- ------ -- --- Science. 'lrt'.t. HOYAL] STJ 1D DAllD'UISIEY\\' { .
t:I5,( 1-\.tory boartlmi house cnntalnin ;
P \ ,
M IVIH (H.H' conducted ,
I: .Y TO l LOAN r rt Sn,'<' :1I servicesvii be '.a room-, known m tbe Ponce de .
___.. ___ u__ I W. 0. E\vins, Christian; : I.fon house. \.,...lln };art lnteadractnetrret -
: .rUIi.\Tl I nrIH.n-! : : : I:1nufdc' by Judge t Tsars Old I ia Czses cf 4 Full Quarts at! S3.20 par eat '
; terns anti ti.rf-r ctrl (' 'al-r in Hair (Ood I Scientist, at the Pensacola Library ';1)I) \-:\ dp'lrlllll" 2-tory modPfn d\wlllOK ,
i roiiir E, mast drurnUir frctioa nf ttf # ,
Hats, Toikt Articles, Hair Oil I public is i
Sunday at 11 : city on H rnrnrron the start car ,
\\ Bl'I.I.\I [). I etc., tev \t tiovernment .-treet.llou.e. ,' hot'.\1I. :Sl\orth rarrclona ftrntfclory rl HI8 '\'HIJadiitille: '.t at the eldon Co, ,f {i' ,, t .
invited.Seamen's E
\. i -s, :jirii.ON -. - -- I cordially: fU.Mt-l.nrge $: d"'elm! ({. lu looms
tronunlle"llIt' yuaraSo.SelEasttim'Prnmrnt | : J. Ky., Di-tiiltry: : and i-j fully matured in wood t 1 ,
\ \\ : : M-tt.u 'r.MONEY IS..arUIIJ.t' I Friend Society. etrrrt.vl4ul'onthxtable before b.ttlin?. it ii i absolutely pure and not excelkl ,; e

(: \ ntSstory modem i in quality by anyVhikey of the came age 4
HOARDING HOUSE at Wheeler Seamen's Friend :Society will I owfliiug.y>mEt ergdeNrabtesec I I r '
The The HtandardU
no matter: where produced. Royal ; >
P tion of t&e cltr., situated 01H :forth
TO LOAN t5priu;;5, Mary E ether, Fla.. .Mrs.: I hold religious services at :3:30: : p. m. ..5leu bet.e Strong and llrMtD eight years old when bottled, and, considering ; f ';

Condon, proprietress., All the room on strette.isiory. it* excellent quality, is the cheapen whiskey in U, ',
t ';1horses w.ijon; comforts of home at very r the market at that price As a beverage, as
< three doors from the belt1'iie
i ;all uthnr kinds of I corneinortn .
ble rates.ortheru tourists will
mh Palafox
S streetJnthe ., there j is; better 'i
hllo gas aLd water throughout, an ab-olutely pure stimulant none f ;
'; :dtl'. 1111-Illeaa. prl- tlud this an ideal place to spend a !JUIIUw,; ui thC""i5 Scandinavian >;'nrthrnrcrlunattrer[. :Shipped in cases containing no marks whatever to r: ,' .
--f-crtcv .llrll: i'tt't'd. portion of the apa on. 12nlm rooms city water, "
al l f
citizens of indicate If purchaser, examining
and content upon
\ St. A. A. Fihei.2m church. Seamen hath gas arch large corner lot.>o, '
I '
denominations are invited IL C 4<\\ekt v.'rijbt strfet. the whiskey, is not Patified with the quality he '
____ tf It K31 OVAL.. ,
I15.70ltory Q\\ellln2.6rootns. newly pa- return"the same at our expense and
; I Cushman secretary. I ptrrd and painted thmn hout. oni r t ti
\N ,1 LOAX-\V. R. MeriA B. L. DIAMOND, the tailor has re- i I H-lt 11[;(. So.a'Y tlirgory street. will be refunded.All t +'
d.f'llIn orders ftjould be accompanied by either
Saints Meeting. 111:1,00MOry
I. West Government
't-nt. toJble movtU
11,4 i room. half I lock of Bround witbi '' postofflce money order bank draft or ex- .
-' ": rate of interest street, Express office, beantl'Dl shade > 7W East ccrrency. ; r
opposite Saints will hold sere i trees o. : '
Latter Day order We refer to First
t National :
pre s money r #
.tlnt)'. Mice 112 and where he is prepared to clean, repair !I Cerraotesstrnrt.
i .' ra.'"n i "trt'H.y and ladies' and centlemeus' vices in Saints hall, 52; $ East Chase : !. -!: dwelling, SnatSEx.I Greeo- Hank or ar.y merchant in Penacola. ,,1' ; ; 1'
press I. night at 6:3i:: o'clock.1 I I ry srrvt,5 rooms, newly papered and
toilor mades-pU.; IfijSmSlloct street. Sunday 1 painted. [ .
,' l.KXl: on improved D. Powell, presiding. i Ill.oo-o.oIIU( Last Pelmont street ti-ronrocottage G A. .
in lIr.-e: or ';111-\111;| llanroiiH.H.ALFMAN i, city ,
i 1.1\ rate of iutere.-t. -- .......... --- ...... Colored Church. j: Inprrtectordrr. K _tt
i' Haar-:. U'14 :o.orlbh lInll/ htrbH. a new
i K Brock, attorney i umbrella maker, 315 No. 23t*. East Intendentia! street. houstim good Ndvr'ltl15 rooms.JlO.m SOL. PROPRIETOR,'. ,..xscoLAFiuA.
: :-. 1'ilafoxftt., Fisfctr South Pal foX, street R"-cover- Preaching ->o. IIN hast felmont: street dry t *H7A '
9:30:: a. m.
school at :
Sunday i water, a neat 6 room cotta:* newt)
: lUlmYLhl insjnnd\ repainnirof umbrellas and I Sunday at 11 a. m. and .:.U P. m. painted BD<1 rent>T lea tbrDUKhoutt P O. BOX 4IH. TKI.KI'HOXK; ; 178 : ,( iHISK
parasols! a specialty.: Silk covers pu( *-Ja9tOF.est lama: street a neatly F i '
"' '.\ you need always on hand.: jan 3 L---- 1 plDl'rlHtrooll cottage In good tone t, '

1 'I can borrow any --- ----. I I diiion,large lot. yasirr. a.. ratnnn w yy i ,
dwelling", as well R
'tut today on easiest Dresses made from $1.0;:; up. Other ITS scantling >$!5 per thousand. .s V\large cumber lot of of starts smaller ard offices tUti KENT, "" ,T, handle every CIH'; of Liquors aold, iar rR ,

'*'--t rate anywhere sewing as reasonable 26 South 3x3: scantling, f-5 per thousand. |! >r bottle, whol.ll" retail at prices that
'"''f ,improved\ city real Other items in proportion. Call ands | THOS. C. WATSON & CO., ... t.y down. '
':: U m. FIlll.r, 2041., ::;, Spring: between West Roma 1.1 and T15. I Leadicz Real E tate. Rental and Insurant
x :--r, t. -u Garden streets. mlO-lm DIG-lmo. BEEKMAN, LUMBER CO. I Agents, t boob Yalatos: tHreet. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PA3ST BEER.I ; i

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t I If this :were Macedonia, could:: an editor FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.
get up any excitement or circulation -

LABOR. by printing the details of a single

murder. Wouldn't the

In times pAst Dread was aerated% by the use Macedonians wonder whether he was ....... ...........tll...* WITH $$
of fermented dough,beaUng air Into it,or, f'e- I sane or not, as the Londoners wondered C..O.'J

quendy sour milk and soda were tired as the I about the Imported American w t \'J" iSCl ,

iravenlns agent Xuw progreeelvebueewiveshave method-the editor of one of their papers when he ,: :;.'G\) ouite
adopter a newer and better I "" ,;: w PRIDE
GOOD Ll'CK" way;-It's sure,thorough and published a page account of a com ,
convenient "GOOD LUCK" Baking 1'owJer I moup'ace fog? In like manner isn't 11"I

always of the same high atandardand bas I the American public's appetite for I WE CALL YOUR ATTEST',
Ion maintained Its position as the leading 1J

Baking:! rowder in the Land. the highly spiced sensation ratheran New Orleans i THE FIRST SHOWING OF MEN'S OXFORDS FOR THE COM': .
i Grocery
indication of the humdrum and con i I vt s- .
Richmond.'Irglnll.. ventional and eminently respectable SON. THEY ARE
character of its daily life and I
.., -.-, -- -.- -------- i JAMES McHUGH, Prop. I
thought? Are not the classes that
..NOO e+eI..tO+ I:i read the most sensational newspapers ---.-- t I

r NN1 the classes that lead: the least sen- 1 ROASTED COFFEES I Ie i.SD i.t i.. KEITHtS

1 SOCIAL ECHOES j=! sational lives? The next time you go Ica .

; I Ito the theatre and find that you have \ | .
'been lured into seeing a "risky" POSSESSING MORE STYLE, MORE WEAR AND MORE
NNNl19..NN.........N Ir-DIVIC Al.
1 play, note the people who cackle and .
Lieut Herman O. Stickney entertained 'titter and strain their ears for the i BLENDED TEAS i i. ITY THAN ANY : 'I -

at luncheon today a charming
faintest hint of riskiness. You maybe
party of ladies on the Texia.On surprised to find that they are Ii
mild: burghers who would be in a cold
Wednesday evening Mr. Greens- I
sweat of alarm at the first sign of o ii
lade entertained delightfully at din I )> SOLD.
an attempt to lure them from the 0 ;
ner on the Texas Mrs.: .Mm C. Avery w
Mi3: Edna Avery Miss 'Marie eirpet slippers and virtuous snooz- I WE ARE NOW DISPLAYING THIS EVER-POPULAR OXFc 0N:
liuzs of their own firesides. i t.) D
Taylor and Miss Daisye Hyer. I II Q: f >i iW 1:1J, !
Tivht: Dr. 1'\! 'adwl"I! entertainedit I See our line of Trunks. I .. r Icl I 20DIFFERENT

i-.. 11on the Kearsar!<*- t:) Mrs. ':Sole agents for the Patent, .

\\' S Ki-yser and party l Wall Trunks. : :2 c z I s. I :. STYLES.

: Win. Johnson 4Son.Maritime. W .a )> o
Last: night Lieut. Green>lade and __ I Ii t: '1-4 0. ......... .....
, ','a> ; i'i" r f I-y uolds! pave a <--harn Ie

''L 1'_ .'ihn" r to Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Salt- i d fir 1'r.i: u m 6
.i.-i.-h ami il.eir guests the MbsesThosiion I, tO < o. ,
; of I.ous\'ilie.! Ky. --
; C 0
I '' \ C"J
Arrived.Firth | 0
Feet FnriiisluTs for Cash! Only.
of Forth I3r ss, 12S3: : Brady, e
Tonight Oapt. Perry has a charming .C C ) -t, s 4ya 102
Providence to H. Uaars & Co. ] Q o
party to dine with him on the i o. Z m -. ,
Iowa Mrs H. H. Thornton. Miss Edna -
Amy, and the Misses Thompson.Miss Cleared. i;! ..
Span ss Durango Quintana, bySatherlandlnnes I o. THE NEW
( 0., fur Barrow 0
Wise entertained delightfullyon : valued'at 2
with loS/'iiij: : s ft sawn timber, I
the bay yesterday, a small party, : ---- I I
$'-JlIUIJ; for Dunkirk with S2.00U: sIt i
taking lunch at the navy yard and sawn limber valued at $:!r.,002 HIGH GRADE GROCERIES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL & WHITE GOODS. &
making the trip on the tialias' The
happy participants were. Mr.I and Miss Sailed. : Feed Stuffs of All Kinds. "
.. .. ?*,." i Just Received.
Wise the Misses Thompson, Miss Edna LJr ss August Belmont, Rogers, for
i j i 500 Yards SHORT END WHITE MADRAS, MONDAY, Special per rare
Avery, Miss Moliie/ Brent, Miss I PHONE 105.
, '! Tampico. f i i . . . H .cuts
Nicholson, Miss ('destine lirent Mr. Br. ship Uohne, Jlillicap, for Lon OH
.1/1/IN.Nt/ .
IJulmer and Mr. HuminKton of the ,!on. WvW N 50+ONN.
,3 Iowa, Mr. 1Veste'rfelt: and IV. lU'cher.Mi. Dan bt! II. C. Grubo for Dakar, .\C.I'I ,

-I rica. I II ,' MISTRALS, ETTAMINES, VOILES, ALDATROSS, black and leading c

.--! Cora Mallory is at LVFuniak Ii ors, per yard .49 cents to $1.

Springs. I VESSELS IN PORT. I C I WOOL CREPE D": CHINE, black and colors, per yard ents..

J Mrs Smith of Montsamery is the Stamshps.,1ureola -! ft_ MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. .g.

: charn.inquest of Miss Katfct-rine .\\- Br ss: Christophcrson. 11)8.;:; ; Our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT is in charge of Miss Lucy Pc r<
TV Boston to IVnsacoIa Lumber Co j WE ARE NOW READY WITH I who will be pleased to show the ladies the newest things in ne..:!gcaif.

Dora, llr ss, Gouldlng 19S3, Xew q' OUR NEW SPRING AND SUMMER'
\ York to Gulf! Transit Co I STOCK OF MEN'S, BOYS' AND : Domestic Department. (.::

Ger ss Gansa: 10(i3::;, Berg, Havana CHILDREN'S CLOTHING,
Not Only the Viciius: That Take In- HATS CONQUEROR CLACK COTTON, Something New, Special, 11 yan ii
to \y. \VitticL & Co. I SHOES AND GENTS' FURNISH-
tsrest in Sensational: Events.A I r i Ecst grades SEA ISLAND COTTON and BLACK COTTON at 5 ce :' 'f
Durango Span ss, Quintaua 2237! ?! r INGS. THE LARGEST HANDSOMEST I

mysterious murder 511'h'a<; that I I New Haven to Sutherland-Innes Co'' .. .r x AND MOST COMPLETE IN I I yard.

at Buffalo\ fills! columns of the newspapers "I hal ss Italia, 1S11. Caldrone, :\':>r' r. WEST FLORIDA I
I : .g, Boys' Department. &
"t occupies in the total perhaps,;I folk: to Gulf: Transit Co. "

centuries of the public time wastedin Nith. Br ss, Sturenhen 14S9, rr WE HAVE BEEN SEARCHING I 100 No-Name HATS, $3 quality, each, . . . . . . $ '3

reading, thinking; and talking Kingston to nix M. Robinson THE MARKETS FOR GOODS TO I Two Lots of SHIRTS $1 value each .. . . . . . . 7- -its

about it. And there U much "viewingwith Vivina Span ss, Ruiz 19S3: Santiago 1ui PLEASE ALL, AND WE ARE I UNION-MAOE OVERALLS per suit---------------------------- $' ,J

alarm" the "deplorable public to Gulf Transit Co "S PROUD Or THE FRUITS OF OUR I WOOLEN CRASHES and FLANNELS, the best line in the city from I .:

taste for news of crime Hut is this Secunda, Ger ss Correlsen, 1309: to $12. '
altogether\ ju tasks "Mr. D.) ley" Castries: St. Lucia to \V. L. \Vittich -- -
in a serins vein in Collier's Weekly. & Co. I3f

Man Is ndeit of that which is i !; North sea Br ss, Stephens lOSS, i OF THE FOREMOST MAKES
most alien! to his personal experience.The ., ( Havana to Pensacola Lumber Co
i poor like to read: about the rich,. \ Irmard Horn Ger ss, Moller 93S: .' ,
. 'ie rich about the pjor. The girl wh:J St George, to II. Baars & Co
' as udt hl'r&hls (.r hn'ers likes if II Ships.

,: ad nlout the rirl who has both.1 Carana, Ital ship.CosIa, HSS, Cape I FOOTWEAR HANAN, DOUG. I ...
The mid! -nattired linen: with fascinated \ Town to H. Baars & Co. LASS AND CROSSETT. =
. minds ovtr deeds: of d.'sllerathr] Kings; County, Br ship, 20C1, Salter I SHIRTS-MANHATTAN, ECLIPSE .
I Ii Well-Wear Well" '
and iK>rrins-dr)-and even drprautyDOCTORS Rio Janeiro to order I I AND ANCHOR BRAND.

I Am ship Kenncbeck, 193C, Lane,
t II Ho&tou I to Juhn A. Merrill & Co. I COLLARS AND I -tf'r' ,
I Indus, Ital f-hip, Oneta, 1111, llar-i i EARL & WILSON.OVERALLSH = :
sci'.les, to RoMico Bros. We admit that the :ro r
rower of Pure Food.
Oddere, N')r :ship: Sars::, 13CO, Dur e tt custom tailors prod_dn ; I fl t

:5IJIlI':: times a phyti"nii<> has evhandled I 1 ban, to F. O. Howe & Co i iSaga I ; l. ,
trousers that lock cvcll : .\
"4 medical! skill: on owncas Nor ship liana 1221!! Montevideo WE WILL NOT TALK PRICES NOW.ALL !i' 't. izr:

<' 'lads! that he has to look to pure i to master : I as the new "R CS, \V." ;f "

food 10 eire him by .Is simple ani< I THAT YOU WILL : I styles we are offering. :
homely jt uat'iral an..! scientific.principles. i Nor bk. Mad-
There are no better' ,
!sen-, Algol Bay to order SAY EVEN IF YOU DO NOT BUY. illf'i

. A v.ell! known physician ant fur- Aviemore, Nor bk, Hanseu 1043: trimmings, labor, style or \ '

tp goon of Ciow ly.. La., Ins: ppi-nt a'' :Rio Janeiro to order : fit in made-to-measure

great many: years in this; t11'Jflon.\\ Ital Aniellina, S03: Maaiace, Marseilles JOHN 1\ ,
WHITE l goods. You have the advantage !I f :
} "The services of my lilo-iisie" he to II. Baars & Co.
I i
o says" 1101\1' been to try to better mankind I Carlo P, Ital Ilk, BoSe, 1C73, Montevideo with our garmentsof I

; to help them preserve health to order1' I PHONE 225. 205-207 S. Palafox St. = seeing just how they I. : I II

; when in possession of it and to holt I Ilus Lk Johans., Algoa I t

. them to ris-iin H \\hta lost. :So it i'f' i if Bar to Southern States Lumber Co I SSS S x l I look or fit made up; the I !

is with great jleasure I r?{'al1 myj I Gregoria Ital bk, Olivan.! 847 Ten- - --- _. -- - foremost trouser makers I
: I
; first introduction Crape-Nuts.: I1' erift to order I for action and rush through a naval It Saved Hit Lee ,
in America '
I had never investigated the foihl 1111- Lady Fenrhyn Nor bk Andersen, appropriation amounting to the tidy\ P. A. Danforth of LftGrange, Ga., guarantee

till came to use it in my own case. I ;73, Savannah to order I I sum. of $!lO, u'lIOu. The keels will suffered for six months with a frightful every pair, so do we. r

had suffered all that a man can suf-1! Madonna de Pompeii. Ital bk,'I soon be laid for five Jattit'shIps-the running sore on hto leg; but Our prices suit ''

fer from dispopsla. had tried to heal!, Sturle! 791, Havana to H. Baars & Vermont, Kansas and Minnesota writes that Ducklen'a Arnica Salve \
needs about -
myself and had had the services; of'' Co. will he Ifi.MHj-ton mon.sters-the type wholly cured It In n*s flays. For your as L

1 many other prominent l.h 'siclans'l :Mary: .\. Trop, Br bk. 1118, \Valley, of the Connecticut the Louisiana Ulcers Wounds Plies, It's the best S important a point ao ,

i Then I clutched at Grape-Nuts as a Santos: to order. two-the Missippi and Idaho-are to salve In the world. Cure gaoranteed. any, after quality. iN

drowrinq; man clutches at a straw i Rolf Nor bk: Torgenscn 1170, Cetteto be of 13.0W tons each. Provisionis : Only berte,25:druggist Ct:!. Sold, 121 by Sonm W. A. D'Alem'l I -

s inc to my great astonishment and Master. also made for doubling the number street. .

'rte gratification 1 found that 1 ha.l dis-j I II Thomas, Ital bk, Lauro, 609: Naples of midshipmen In the Naval Academy I

I covered something besJos :a broken to masterJ. until 1913. and there will be an
Try Gnnther's Candies
,, reed to lean upon, for the food bean i i: H. Marsters: Dr bk, Frank, 591; increase of 3,000 sailors in the enlisted Solomon'sNOW at i JOS. COLEMANCLOTHER

j1k to recuperate me immediately and it !I I Belize, to L. N. Railroad Co. personnel. A million and a ,
has 'ntir'bCllrl' me to! half dollars is to be expended for
now {
ant.... ; TIME TO FURNISH i $ ,
an extent that I have returned Dona Christina Am sch, 163:, Axel- ammunition, one-half to be used in YOUR
to m
> .
) .
of I' target practice and $120,000: to be Palafox jljtj Pfiitacola, Florida.IREENHUT !
thin;; b (>Itl habit ealinsanj every- son, Coatzaeoalcos to order. STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU th -

out ,.1. hat 1 desire can do so with"anUt Mabel Darling Br sch, Sweeting given in prizes for marksmanship to WANT IN SIDEBOARDS, CHINA -
tTPSS. I the men behind the guns. A regular
Dunmore Town to master
friend in I have not only found a good I Governor Blake, Br sch -, Grand Trafalgar was fought over the ton & 00. $
icknecs delicious nage of the proposed shies and resulted -
dish as wt but a most Cayman, to Jno. A. Merritt & Co Hudgins' new label I
t It is the most nutritious I in a compromise treaty the ,
article c: r, :
lids I base ever fc-jnJ and UNCLE SAM'S NEW FIGHTING Board of Naval Construction and the
I notice its Hudgins has a new label for the WHOLESALE GROCERS
FLEET.A majority of naval men favored the ,
more'n..1itl.etTl'ets par-
ticularly at best 5 cent cigar on the market ..,
GrapeNitslight time. for a saucerlowed powerful American battle fleet 16,000-ton type, while Senator Hale
of ;
by a .nand milk is always fol- will soon be ready to demonstrate to put up a strong fight for smaller Hot Chocolate with No: 104,106 East Government St, PENSACOLA, FLA.

perfect awakeniri refreshing sleep and doubting nations that we cave at ships. Delay is anticipated in the Whipped Cream at Solo- ---- n -

is that 1 was c0 H. My only regret I I last the ships, the mea and the construction of the new ships becauseof mon's. ]R LUMBER Hudgins' new style label for his Scent

scientific merits |-lov' to Wk Into the ,i money to uphold the dignity of the exceptionally stringent government cigar will !interest you.

of this wonderfulCo. in effective fashion. requirements and the unsettled
flM>l" NameSto Republic Hot French Waffles with Cl .EEKMAN LUMBER
., Cattle Creek 'nished l>y Postum About the last act of a dilatory congress condition of the steel market.'-Col- Florida Cane Syrup at i CO. mates before placing Try Gnnther's Candies at

) Mich. was to temporarily clear decks lier's Weekly. Solomon's. I your or lumber d6-lm Solomon's.9 .


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