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 23, 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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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Union This I existing between the two factions of .
-\t The Depot Morning== BASEBALL
1 1I I I I bar pilots for some time has not Discusses Recognition or Non= Recognition =' >

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Acknowledges His Crime. been settled. A committee consisting ,i I .I } : r. : j''.

I, of Capt. T. II Welles, Pilots Terry and I MEETING of the Union. '\! : h : 1'' i '

,il Clifford met this) morning for the purpose I 1.;1E .... I }"

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-ii'tMVil! was arrested' arranging a settlement and I .r.s" i imillion -. '
I TO-NIGHT I i ; !J.
1 /Di-jmty: Sheriff! Crew j' cfatting a plan on \\Lich the association II MANY RECOMMENDATIONS MADE : to the transportation compa t "!:t.flies. t. d .

(1Cl.'r>: Jones on the I INDICTED i THEM I I tu-oaty-e'isjut million 1'; t t i .
I is: to be conducted: in the future. I 2I2C'JSSES: RECOGNITION OR
',.' .1 dangerous and sus- I The comaiision reports more than 't 'l
No decision reached this ''! once their, incapacity to make ais"i
was morning :
I .award i
.::1",1" ,I in Monroeville! BYJJNDBEDSOVER and the committee adjourned until I FOR! A TEAM FROM THIS CITY. BUT DECLINED TO MAKE AN |' for the recognition of their union be- ; M ,

Irrder: of a negro wo- this afternoon, when further efforts i I cause, they say. the union is not a ,.' .
I I AWARD. I party I j to -iubmisnon. Attrrntion Is -
.i'l that he did nut know will be made to re-unite the long
An important meeting will! be held! calN-d to the: fact that Mr. Mitchell: ,
iifd.Monroevil'e. r4
Hi i <
250 MINERS ARE HELD BY divided factions. I tonight at the Chamber of Commerce appeared before the commistion as a t r J I ;

: 1 immeJiatelyd Washington MardiThe[ "reprtsentatiie of the anthracite coal
: report
A FEDERAL GRAND JURY- The radical points of difference existing hall, in the Blount & Watson building "
I mine workers and not in his official
Tile woman, which ooi of the commission
appointed by
to devise( ways and; means: for raising The commissioners '
between the two factions Lave say j ,
i a month and had WARANTS OUT .
ago FOR THE: MEN. I to the president: last October to investigate .
I fund to place a team from this cityin "trades unionism" is rapidly becoming '
.i'U'4'! ever since until ar- been settled and it is stated that the
the anthricite coal strike 1
I I the four-club league that is now was a matter of business. They ex- I

i) He will be carried chief difficulties now I is the disposition being organized.The made public yesterday. The reportis press the opinion that the differences 'j i

.'"iiroeville as scan as the Charleston, W. Va., March 21.-TheUnited dated March .can best bo I' -11le.1 by consultations :
IS and is
of the boat signed by
pilot Coit. three cities
represented .
the employer with a "committee +
States I Illy
issued. grand jury adjourned R
papers' are : .
all The members of the commission. ,
in the chosen his
league Selma by empleyes. Rut they
are. Montgomery "
yesterday after being in session ten I I ,
and Mobile. Other cities stand The report is to be ilustrated and add that "In order to be entitled! to \
days and finding over 250; indictments SMOKER INHONOR I such recognition, the labor organiza
will be accompanied; ) the testimony
ready to come in in case Pt-nsacola .( ,
NfVJ\ TRAIN against miners and those who Participated Non must gibe some recognition to' ; 't-
taken the
by commission, but thus
in the alleged hold-up of fails but the place has been reservedfor the rights "f the employer and of oth- ii 1. :} ,

OF FRIENDSInvitations her, and the lovers of the national far only the report proper has been I ors which it demands for itself and 'i of 1 ,
Deputy Marshal Dan Cunningham at
: will! be alone blame if printed. This alone covers eightyseven "- for its members. # 6
came to they .m j
FOR PENSAGOlA Atkinsville, Italiegh county and in 1 I
-- of printed matter. In The union must not undertake to r 1
do not lend their assistance to Manager pages ,'
the Stanford battle between miners 'aslIme.! or to interfere with the management
have been issued brief the commission recommends a II
and deputy marshals. The iudictmenu by Oliver to carry his plans to a I of the business of the em- i -
chief officers of the North Atlantic general increase in'a es in most i t.
petty -
charge resistance of federal | successful end. We have a long dull ployer. Also pronounce as untenable ; .
-E L. & N. PUTS ON A DAILY I squadron to an informal smoker I j( season' before us as far as amuse- instances ta ten per cent, some decrease j j the contention that "a majorityof ,. ; :
authority in some instances and .
of time, the settlemnt of all the employees of industry by voljimtary I
to be given in honor of their
; ;
merits concerned! and should unite
conspiracy' in others The court has I associating themselves a je
i friends at Armory hall on Friday. I in providing; recreation that is enjoyed disputes! by arbitration, and fixes; the !I union, acquire the authority overJ t f '
adjourned until June and of the
e'n1nIarch 27, at SSO:: o'clock. by nearly every one la the city, minimum wage and sliding scale; I J T those who do not so associate them J ,.. '
cases wil be tried. Xo indictmentswere !' : .
returned against the and that brings visiting teams and provides against discrimination on selves. __ Tr 1- if.
deputy WANTS TO KNOW WHY : ,
either the operators, or miners on account ,e
visitors here. j tf
(riorala Xews.) marshal or his guards who participated WALKS ARE NOT OPEN. ,
The of membership or nonmembership Situation Critical s P
be submitted
plan to tonight
: ia-t Wednesday morni in the Stanford battle. 'It
Editor Daily Xews: looks tj the raising of a fund through in the labor union and provides Bay City, Mich., March 21.-When ,, I
i tl.eL.&N.pntona The grand jury made a special report that the awards made shall continuein President John Mitchell, of the I'nl- yi, I
Has the city surrendered\ its rightto the issue ot stocks or otherwise, of ..
',_ i r train between Florala entirely exonerating the officers tl.Iline Workers of America, wasshown i -s,
from five to eight hundred dollars, force until :March 21, llK'C.! The .
the sidewalk On the of '
corner this afternoon of t
Florala at the t
Bating) summary
I : '" i i from blame in connection with the EVANS.commission. t
which will! furnish
Stanford and mIen streets, for the guarantee required .the coal l strike] commissioners' report, s \ ( ,
fight : that
,t I:. ,i ing at Crestvlew ati City declaring by the league clubs, and enable discussed to some extent l
he give an expresion
', ,. they acted in self defense. mouths, particularly on Laylen street, ,
: : ': I .a at 10:30: a. m. I I'ensacola! to feign such first- '
discuss it
Warrants are being made out for the matter: of recognition or non-rec opinion on it. "I 1 cannot ; Al
". v.-jl! leave the sidewalk has been incumbered I class players' as may be required. After '' d
ll > : > Penact'la j said "until I Imha,1 -
> :u.:;:! he an opimrtu- lm
the arrest ot the men indicted, onlya I ognition of the miners' union, but declined
this will be
with lumber, pedestrians; being compelled they self-sustaining, read the full and digest! + '
Crestviewat ) report k ft
-; at I p ia: n u hing few of whom are in custody or tinder t
I land taken last season as a precedent to make any award on this "
i ;'i.i'j: ; ai'-l Fli"Ja ell's demeanor was
r This, now tram.u 1:1:I supply a long- has already chosen a strong when passing that way.It I. on their investment. It is expectedthat the .
posse of determined men to gi: with Any difficulty or agreement; arising > summary handed to him, was ta ,
1 I. :- need among tho people: of this is posible this nuisance has escaped the Terminal Company will aid ken to indicate that the report was t 4 .,
him to make arrests. Cunningham: them to a considerable extent and under the award, either as to its A
-Mima:: : of the country. They can declares he will bring man for the vigilance of our energetic not as favorable to the miners as had sj
every will also build a new park on the interpretation: or application\ which
i.',%t. .i' 'dr.'aUVt! at home, go to whom he has warrants. marshal and his well-trained\ police II north side of the track at Palmetto cannot be settled between the superintendent been hoped for.

!1', !.-al "la _and spend several hours, force Beach, which will he completed in
or manager of the mine, or Baer Won't Talk.
.u.'! r..::ir.: 'he -an-e day in time for In the same part of the city nearly time fur most of the games this sea t'
sou. There is no doubt that one c.f mines, shall be referred to a permanent Philadelphia, March 21.-fieorgc F. t : .
Garden where
-I! 'r.Th THE NEW\ BOATIS opposite on street
the professional teams would havewintfl'cl joint committee to lie called the ISacr, president of the It.-ading rail-
Odd Fellow's hall is being erected, the (
n.'an: and Oraguing heretofore here if suitable grounds board of conciliation, to consist of raw, received the report of the strike >

\i .rii Ill' d 1 I by the public/ in traM'l- sidewalk Is open, as it should be in could have been procured commission, \but refused to be Inter- (
six If the hoard is unable '
THE CAVillER the place complained of. Why this It is hoped that there will be a persons. viewed.ROLAND. i
> i'i.
:; >t. Yellow!! River road will t.
decide submitted another
't In, < :.-lr"l)" eliminated. XothfM difference Can you explain? large attendance at the meeting to any question ; r '1 i'e't

.., ,I In more disgusting than 1Jltl'XS'ICK.IQUARANTINE night. person shall be api>ointPd. Xo ; ''

s: < 'i a Tim to go somewhere, -- --- --- suspension of the work shall take M'DAVID :

i i IK- tine, around an.l SHE: IS NOW ON THE WAY TO place by a !ck-out or strike pending j

i L death before reaching
the adjudication of matter takenup

t .1 I appreciate this new for adjustment. Whenever ro NEEDED BY THE PILOTS. ed of the miners
1 'I'i than the many drum- by a majority contract 1 '.

i I.' .U monthly visits to or any colliery, check weighmanor --

i ..y ran now come to Flori It has Leon learned from good authority check docking bosses or both, ? _
.n 'h!; evening: train, stop over j
HAS BEEN RECEIVED shall be fixed, collected!
\ tiiornin:'<: ai.'tl I :.: t a good tint the new boat: coming for and paid by 14-

,.1' town the bar pivots is the Cavalier, a yachtof the miners, and when requested by THE CHARGE OF OBTAINING i : ,

;dui; tons, tad;; feet long, 20 feet beam, a majority of the miners the operators MONEY UNDER FALSE PRE. tom
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and :9 feet depth of hold, with lead shall pay The"a es fixed for i (

STOLE MONEY ballast. She was built in ISSi and Dr. II. L. Simpson, member of the I check docking losses l .out of the deductions TENSE. ry

has a reputation for swift sailing. The made proportionately from
State board of Health received from 1

WHILE THEY SLEPT vessel was bought for use on the bar State Treasurer this morning a check SHOT IN the earnings of said miners, on such Roland :McPatid, mail agent between 4 m

pilot boat. She is expectedto basis as a majority of the said miners t,
as a for twenty thousand dollars, being Pensacola and Jacksonville, t4 ,

arrive in IVnsasola: in about ten the amount allotted to be divided between shall determine. The mine cars shall was arrested Friday night by Deputy j

days. She was built for a pleasure THE THIGH be distributed among the laboring of
PRESTON the county and city for the Sheriff Mike Murphy on a charge la
.AUSTIN, yacht and is very comfjrtabiy:: fitted miners. In all cases where the min- 1'1'lie
quarantine plant on Santa Rosa Island : obtaining money under false pretense. m
Those who fond of fast sailing *
CHARGED WITH ROBBING up. tiers are paid by the car, an increase '
carried to the
will watch for her coming and that was turned over to the was county Jail, T ,

THREE STRANGE NEGROES. will want to see her speed put to the United States Marine Hispital serviceby DAN DUDLEY, COLORED, RECEIVED awarded to the contra
test act of the last Legislature. BULLET WHICH WAS INTENDED based upon the cars in luse, topping morning. lie was arraigned before 1,

of the check required, and the rates paid per car who '
Immediately on receipt County Judge McCullaugh, placed { .Kr t.t

IV-tou Austin, a young negro man, DETACHMENT FROM Dr. Simpson notified :\11', John G. FOR ANOTHER NEGRO. which was In force on April 1, 1902. his bond at $500;; and set April 5th ai '

u'- More Mayor Jones this-iuorumg' THE MASSACHUSETTS.About Welch, chairman of the Board of Any increase in the size of the car, the day for a preliminary hearing. ,. t r1 x'

'. ''!'o charge of being a dangerous: 2M from the battleship County Commissioners that he was or topping required, shall be accompanied The warrant was sworn out by Dr. } ..
men Dan Dudley, colored, who was shotin by proportionate increase In'
:" ,+ijj-liicious character. His case Massachusetts participated! in a land ready to turn it over to -him, which a J. A. McDonald of Century, formerlya
the thigh during the of a the rate paid car. For each increase
progress per
11\< .
vn'imu'j: until tomorrow. drill this moraine. They were headedby was done, :Ill'. Welch receipting for resident of Pensacola.Mr. ,
\Ui-nn stolen' "crap social" at Goulding Saturday of 5 cents in the average priceof McDavid, previous to his i +p r
is charged with having and turning it In to the general promotion
the band from the Indiana, which same
white ash coal of the size above w.
$ iron iiirtv strange negroes while of the This fund Is night was brought to the city yesterday as mail agent, acted as an 1*
rendered some very inspiring selec funds county. peacnai, sold at or near New YorK i
1.y ( lit! m a South Tarragona street by Sheriff! Smith and placed in for Dr. McDonald in loaning e4. +
'; m 1.1'_ tions. The men drilled over severalof now about three thousand dollars in Bowen, Perth, Amboy and Hdgwater, agent { r
of this amount, the county jail, where he received and reported to the bureau of anthra- money. Mr. McDavid loaned nearly '
debt and the receipt
the principal remaining i
medical attention. cite coal statistics above $4.5i; > per ?;5f; '"j to different employes in the government
It Saved His Leg. ashore about an hour. together with the taxes that are being ton f. o. b., employes shall have an t
Dudly says that the wound he received building in this city, and, he I' z '
P A. PunforUi of LaQrango, Ga., colected places the county in a good increase of 1 per cent This compensation 1
ufforvd EGG HUNT"AT ST. KATHERINE'S. financial condition. was intended for another negro is to continue until the price says, his arrest is caused by hU e y
for fii! months irtUl a fright-
Under the act of the Legislature, He claims that John Bryant, .al- falls below J4.50" per ton when the failure to collect same. rf't. td' rr
running! soro on his ls; but On IaslC'rI->nda), April 13, the to co colored, became involved in a dispute 1 per cent increase will cease or un- Mr. Statement : 1 .1
ntw that Buckh n'e :Arnica Salvo one third of this amount was go to til the price reaches $4.GO per ton, Zachary's
third annual Egg Hunt for the children with one of the in the
'oily! curl'It In fft days }o'errCtr the county and two-thirds to negroes when an additional 1 per cent will be W. L. Zachray, attorney for Dr. McDonald *' J & F,
will be held In St. Katharine'sR'ctory y
game, and after a war of words Bryant
chairman will doubt- added. All the coal operators com
< : Wounds K's the beatease the city. The stated to aews reporter h
films, grounds, Cervantes and Davis pulled his revolver and fired, the panies shall file at once with the United rv, ,
in less call the commissioners togetherin that Mr. McDavid was arrested on tho
the world. Cure gaurantoed. streets, East Hill, ati o'clock in the ball taking effect in Dudley's tnigh. States Commissioner of Labor: a j _
to'.y: :;j cts. Sold by W. A. D'Alem- a few days and dispose of the bal certified statement of the rates of charge of obtaining money by making -I f
t '" afternoon. A prize is to be given to Bryant was arrested this morningby
(. druggist, 1:1 SoaUl PalafvztlaltaVita ance according to law. compensation paid in each occupation false promises. He said that Mc- #
I r\.t. the children finding the Golden Egg Officer Reed.Malta.Vita known in their companies as they ex- David borrowed the money from McDonald m "

and light refreshments will be served. Burnett's Vanilla :Extract has outlived isted April 1, 1902. with the understanding that 4yd

Shredded Wheat Bis- The ladies are preparing to make this and Shreaded Wheat Biscuits The commission recommends a he McDavid) was to deposit certain ,
It is the finest purest
tuts. and Force with Cream at Sol Egg Hunt more than usually enjoyable. criticism. and Force with Cream at Sol- discontinuance of the system of em- securities in one of the local bank's, ( "t
fan's. An admision fee of twentyfivecents vanilla extract that can be bought Oman's. ploying "coal and iron polite" Stricter which would Insure him (McDonald) l+

will be charged for each person. Once tried, always used. enforcement of the laws in relationto against loss.

which will incaule refreshments and the employment of children. That )tr. Zachray stated that the securities

A Guaranteed; Cure tar I'iles. participation in the hunt. ,,Mrs. N. Bowers will have her open .The ladies are cordially Invited to the state and federal governments were to have been a life Insurance t

itching! mind, r.leeding or Protruding M23-UHA. inspect my Spring pattern hats, on should provide machinery for making policy and the other like securities j ; '

1'.-M.our druggl.t will refund youramey.j ing of new Spring Millinery, Tuesday, of compulsory investigation of but upon investigation it was t. < > ,

/ 1'AZo OINTMENT falls to cure The largest, the best and newsiestThe Wednesday and Thursday, March 24, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, the difficulties. The commission takesa found that the securities were not de ? t i'i

>og. "cents March 24, 25 and 26. Mrs. N. Bowers. decided position against compulsory posited.Mr. .

News, 10 cents per week. II I 25 and 26. MA ... ,... RV.. tSS arbitration.An Zachray also stated that Dr. i :tf L,
estimate of the loss occasionedby McDonald/ never knew for what i
Piss's Cure will cure cough, TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY 1 ( ,
Malta-Vita. Shredded Wheat Biscuits Malta-Vita Shredded Wheat Biscuits the strike then followi: As to McDavid wanted the money, but

.. soroaes ol the lungs, and help and Force with Cream at Sol- and Force: with Cream at Sol- TbiitiRnatnre Take Laxative>f/V Brorao I. Quinine on Tablet every the mine owners, 46,10o,000; to the I that he just simply loaned it to him J ton f J

:IA: ...: breathing I Oman's. .I oman'i. box, 5c. fDK mine employes in wages, twenty-five i the promised security. '

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Caleb CMhlnc's Dreii. -
Just a Difference In Spelling. The Cause of Many
Early Folltfcwl Platfonaa.It Caleb Cubbing's peculiar manner of '' '
Is In the seventeenth century that Justice Morgan J. O'Brien whileon dress and his eccentricities were frequently S. _

: the first beginnings of the platform his way lo his seat at the dinner Sudden Deaths. the subject of newspaper art!-

;. jnuit be sought but these early traces given in honor of Justice James There Is a dlses'a prevailing in this de J. Although quite a large and portly

',! It Its use are very slight That there A. O'Gorman by the Society of the country most da':*. f A so decep- man, his clothes always seemed to

jnust have been some UttJe employment :Friendly Sons of St. Patrick spied a Many sudden be two or three sizes too large for him

: of It In a demagogic way may be among the guests Abe Gruber. lie ;. re caused by: and of the cheapest material. lie always -

; .Inferred from the "Characters" of Butler looked at the little lawyer for a second ;ma rt disease heartr during both summer and winter

; the author of the ever memorable and then said with evident apoplsjyn wore a laree cloth cap pulled closedown
"Hudlbras. He describes "a his bead and altogether looked
a faction" as one who "sets thepsalm amazement: the result on for Infants and Children.(
disease. If anything but the brilliant jurist .
after him. "Why Abe what are doing y -
his sing you
and all party ,
/ ',rouble is al- and diplomat. One day, after readingan harmless suh-tituto; for Cantor Oil
of Irish Castoria i* a Pare.
Be Is like a figure In arithnivric-the here? This is a gathering ; S
i unusually: caustic comment upon his and It is
ciphers Le stands before the more of Erin?" gone, Dri>(is Soothrnj Syrup IMeasint It
more men, sons ; he remarked to the writer "I
dress, contain neither Opium Morphine nor other Xarcniiefsub"taiice.
bis value amounts to. lIe Is a great said Gruber. "I I S attack the
I ill
"So am am guess by the time that fool is as old as It tletrll'sonns and allaysit 1.'t'\\riohIlI"- .
ranguer. talks himself! Into author- of Erin people spell it -i-, gans or than Diarrliu'iv a-id AVind Colic. It relieu TV
son only our I am he will care more for comfort eu iv* >ih.
Ity. and like a parrot t'l1mtq1th his kidneys themselv and wast it
diiferently-A-a-r-o-n. than fashion." ins Troubles mid cures Constipation regulates the.
beak." It Is probable, moreover, that away cell ty: cel'Biadier Stomach and liowels h'inlwalth)' and natural sleep.
not asked to
Colonel was troubl .
result from
the first form of the platform was theconventicle The Children l'anacea-The )Iotlu r's rrioiul.:
leave and enjoyed himself thoroughly a derangement o nd a cure is Seen on an Ostrich Farm.It
or meeting hon e of obtained quicker, treatment cf Is no uncommon tiling; to see a
of Erin who Kind You Have
Puritan or Dissenter, for Butler, in histbracter among: the sons the kidneys. If / ig badly you male ostrich strutting about followedby The Always Bough'Bears
of "The Seditious Man, do not sjs-U it A-a-r-o-n.-New
can make no mi .; Dr. Kilmer'sSwampRoot three or four distinct broods, all of the of
ays that "11 he lie a pri-ncter he has York Times. .' ;hey, liver and different sizes. When the Incubating:; > Signature

the advantage of all others of his tribe, I bladder remedy. S SS process Is completed the cock bird
has to vent sedition by It corrects ma; rtne and scald-
for a
Similarity of Animal and Men. leads his young ones off and If be
.' Rut the at this ing pain in pa. -vercomes that
wbol \lp. platform
the meets another proud Ina
It Las been observed that if unpleasant nect compelled togo papa engages
time was of no practical account Such the wild ti-rrific combat with him. The vanqulsbod -
tamed dog U taken back to often during .0 get up many
attempts as there were outsldo parliament stab he low" his voice. These "sound- times during the night. The mild and the bird retires without a single;

to Influence opinion were made lug voices"! are produced the animal extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is socn chick while the other, surrounded by I

trjr means of the press! partly by the throat in a way similar to human language realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful the two broods, walks away trium- In Use For Over 30 Years.
book partly by the pamphlet and part cures of the most distressing cases. ... .
but are not """ li's" proper nor phantly. flit tEst.uR'OUPa NV. n .u..n' .CT. 111 YO" CE ?
C. Iloylance Kent is to taks and sold --"" -- --
ly by the Journal.- Swamp-Root pleasant T u
lazigimats" proper, and yet they arefull
and one-dollar
by druggists in'f.fty-cent -------- ---- --- ----- -
la Longman's. Gave Illnmelf A
of p }el1ol.>pieal ('xprpn and reveal sized bottles. You r-"'"- war.
the animal's psychic suites. If we may After preaching on the occasion of
have a sample bottle of :'. ::; :: :
how to Wash White Ilk. tickle! a chimpanzee In the armpit the this wonderful new d.IS'J''I 31i. p.. ".li.u..' ."... tIle reopening of a restored church the rffstJWBWRIGHT>> GOfflPlifiY
the face similar -. '. ." .. bishop thanked the churchwarden, an
White silk should! "be washed tepid touch produces a grin on covery and a book that
water with white soap. It should IKrinsed > to that of a man under like circum- tells all abo-t it, beth fle.rneof5wamp.jtx.t. old farmer, for his share In the good \ \ |
I' ; Hi
at once in tepid borax water, stances. He also emits lau bt 'rilke ser.t free ty: mail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co. work. "And I must thank your lordship -J1H\

then put through two clear waters. sounds. The same is the case with the BmghamtDn: N. Y. V/hen writing mention : fur your sermon," was the reply, i *r*

Finally It should K dipped in lukewarm ouraittf outan;:. The gorilla knits the reading this generous cffsr in this paper. "but I could not help thinking: as ;you J t. LUMBER, LATHS,

S water to whii has been added brow when angry, jut like men. talked about bin that your lordship < *
It should observe in a complete mut have been a little wildi: b yourself r/JJ"' % k\ED CTPIllS3 SllINGLrS-li1 '
,c a bUS'icion of liquid: bluing. We often apes Din'tmake any ml'5talp, but re- r :
l)e shaken until almost dry, not wrung, chance in the facial tauscle-j when member the name, Svcuip Koot. w ben you were a young man. ,.G, : IT '

i and Ironed damp. something is going tn happen be it Dr. Kilmor's Swamp Root, and the : PEX ACOr.A, FLA
agreeable or disagreeable. It l is: so also address Binghamton. N. Y., on Contentment. .
I there is evidently every bottle. One who had tried several times to ---
How to rleiui IMale Klaus Mirrors. with the child. In apes -

IK not clean plate glass mirrors with the same connection betweenthe -- -- --- -. .. jump across a stream and had npeatiJly -
f.illi-n In finally I'U"I'.ll..l.11I'n COAL AN.n WO(1DIWE
Hoap and water, whUh sooner or later facial muscles \'ocalmuscll's ain
The 'Jr..t L.."boo". be said to a friend, 'I low much Ix-ttw
Um the surface. Alcohol and wat..rnre man.
safe, but unless the mirror Is actually The well known syriologi-t, Dr. I am than you In having accomplished EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRAD.
Character Building.Character Hugo \VInckler, imblisLcd an accountof a difficult feat.
with soft cloth
cleanses dirty it perfectly.rubbing It is a best not to is the wool of honor from the legislation: promulgated by King "Not at all," replied his friend. "I THIS WINTER THAN EVElf fEn RD

of which which a coat of mail can be woven that I .\ of Babylon, which, ?o far n1!* am better than ;you In not wishing to
table glass, much '
use soap on
la rather soft and easily scratched.For the swiftest arrow of shame or the Is known at iin-st-nt. was the lirst hook jump ucrosst."-St. Nicholas.The ;. SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW
keenest knife of disrepute cannot of laws ever plven; to the worl.l. King
tills reason avoid the many patent
polishing owders and cloths advertised pierce. Every thought that enters our _\mrnl'llI'l.oI'(1 ii'Mt years B. C. and Diflerence. Thompson, Olsen &: C.

mind every act we do and every word is mentioned the Bible as a contemporary "What a luxury a clear conscience
to give a high polish to good
flass. we utter adds a link to the golden of Abraham so that his statutes LS!" exclaimed the high minded states Manresa Street, Telephone 347.

chain of character. The strength of a were drawn. up fully live eeuturk's. .be- man. .- -- .- ---_._---_._ .- .-- = ____. _
steam engine can be estimated to within fore the laws of MOM' They number "Y(- ," answered Senator Sorghum,

I an ounce of its limit, but it is impossible 2S2 and contain the followingIf : "it's a luxury, but It Isn't a necessity." ESTABLISHED 1863.

YOU FEEL SICK to estimate the force of a noble a woman who sells beverages: -\\'asldngtuii Star.

.', character. The hardest hearts are gives bad value for the money paid McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
wonder that's the .
And you matter. softened and the most repulsive dispositions her, she shall be thrown into water. She Ads Iud.

Your head aches, you feel tired and I become fascinating. Our failures "If ft wife be a .peinltbrift or if she Ilf'-I'mln love with a charming girl, o DEALERS IH- 0

t nervous, have no appetite and can't I and our sum-uses help to form a. otherwise neglect her duties, her bus- and I'd like to ask your advice.Slu .

Bleep. The trouble lies in the stomach. reputation that may be destroyed by band may put her away without compensation --rm willing to help you all I can. Ship Chandlery and General ardutre

It has become weak, and cannot an external force but the destruction but If a man put away bU Hl'-Wl'il. would! you advise me to
be effected other than that she to ? 90S AND 90S S. P.-\LU'oX HTH" "'T.I .
therefore, do its work properly. Takea of character can oulj> by wife for no reason propose ;you
I some Internal force.-Our !:oys' Magazine. has no children he shall return her I - -- C2-
dose of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters
whole dowry. Brass pins were first made by the REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN t
will I ROEBLISQ'S ttO\8 CO
I before each meal. It restore the
"r-- I "If a betrothal resdndvd, the mail Srniccns' in Spain in A. I). Silo and GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUb'BEL & PON'S PUMPb.Gism .

appetite, insure perfect digestion and I .in Ever. I j jI'izzibodie shall pay the woman compensation. were brought: to Knsl.ind by Catharineof

sound sleep and make you feel bet (diieouragedly! did "A widow with grown up children Arragon, wife of Ill'nryl1L 3srdi gl NJS!: 6i!! Xulicii !IsstrBnsots: Chris, hch s, Jb'i! !

ter. No other Spring medicine is as erything in my i o\ver to make e"1 may not marry again:: without perinls- OOMf"\KS" L
good. Try a bottle. two young (ll.'Is'C that they f-lou from a jutJ W.-" London I.xpn'ss. C. MoKensis Oertin. Uollectin Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent A "0ciatlon.
not fitted for each otherWyzacre A Night Alarm. .

-Amilun is the wedding; Ti.o Kind** of WHIT. I
HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH Worse than an alarm of fire at
to occur1alti1l1Jrel1wrieIl.. I In an Iowa law court an attorney i !
wa* arguing with great earnestnessand night is the brassy cough of croup, THE GARDEN SECTION

BITTERS I A. a rreceileat. tlixivi'Miee. in the midst of his ar- which sounds like: the children's

1 Tom-Why were jou so determinedto pimcr.t be paused a moment says the knell, and it means death unless 0- PoPensacola

i kiss that plain cousin of yours? Croeu P..12. and ":lit!: something Is done quickly. Foley's

NEW SCHEDULE. i llkk-I wanted to establish; a precedent. "I Sl your honor sliakes his bend at j Honey and Tar never fails to give I Florida

: She has two wry pretty sister, that staten.ent. I desire t> reaffirm it, j
instant relief, and quickly cures tile
you know. although your honor dis! 'iiK" i
_ I I worst forms of croup. Mrs.P. L. Cor- Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
II I, "I have not intimated.: replied:: the j
Mannington, Ky.. :
: A BAD COMPLEXION. judp', !low I should: construe tin1 e\l- .

J. N. RotiKKrs; Manager.: !i Pimples, blackheads and muddy d.-nee or wIlt ny liH---ion will II<' III j I "My three year old girl had a severe Beautiful Lots for Sale.

Leave Freeport Monday; and theIM'. and ;-,.ur remark l< uncalled case of croup; the doctor said she
complexion, which are so: common
Thursday morninf I fur."' I could not li\e. I got a bottle of Fo lOslSfeet at from $75 to $200 each, according

Arrive at Pensacola Monday and among boys and girls at a certainage I I "You MiNik your !head." ley's Honey and Tar; tho first dose to location and surroundings.ExccpfiontiUy .
Thursday night. indicate a torpid liver.: A courseof i " liny be Ln!"." the court "
rr-I relief and saved her life. -
HEPATICUIU will cleanse the gave quick
Leave Pensacola: Tuesday and "Tiienwm !
a iy on my ear. !
'qg'' Friday night. system regulate the bowels and liver I I I1 reserved to r-movo it In any :' Refuse substitutes.. A. D'Alem- Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View.

tiL Arrive at FreeportVdnesday and produce a clear healthy complexion. uianuer I *.iw fit. l'r.J"1'.1 w.ili yourarjaii'ient. : bcrte. 121:! S. I'alafox street High, Dry Fertile Lands.
1 and Saturday: morning Sold by all druggists. ." I

___ .. __ I IWhat's investment
i Tho grandest opportunity for ever
in Name? :\ TIA f.1' has a marvelous
I a I dietetic vilue. While refresh lug and cfi'ered in Pensacola.

BHRG.HINS Everything Is; in the name when It pleasant to take, it helps assimilation -

!! comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. : of food Hoi byDANNHEIrtSER Home Seekers Should See These Lots.

-FOR- :, DeWitt & Co., of Chicago; discovered'i BROS.
some years ago, how to I A vTcTvLb'bsCorner

SA1URDAY MARCH 21! TO MARCH 27 1903. !, from Witch Hazel that Is a specific We cents will each launder and make your spreads them look tOIl ,I

I for Piles. For blind, bleeding Itch- j like 1..Wtar: Laundry. Garden and Bru Streets

; ing and protruding Piles, eczema, i -- -. _____ i

Remember, these goods at the prices quoted I cuts, burns, bruises and all skin dis- (I () LGOLAY@ 1 1t F.O. BKENT. WSI. H KNOWLKH, W. K. HVKK, JR.. J. IS. KEEHE!:

I eases, DeWitt's Salve has: no equal. | I'reildent. Vlce-Presldont. Ciitjier An't C..ber

below have to be seen to be appreciated. i This has given rise to numerous. Grist and Corn Meal Mills! i ifl.
: I worthleS3 counterfeits. Ask for D> ,

I I I II \\ltt's-the genuine. Hargis; Thar-' F. GONZMEZ! & CO., Prop i, | First National Bank
?J:I Ladles' Full Bleached Vests, the !: 40 in all Wool, Extra fine Twill j macy. John Sheppard Sidney Kahn. : MinulictcreriJilOICK

10c. grade . . . . . 5c j I Serge, 75c value at. . 49c yd j I
:MtlAL AM) Pl'lt":01:0r.1'1 I
Ladies' Full Bleache Vests, the lea Ladies Grey Walking Skirts, |I
at..8 1.3c
15c. grade, good value at $1.50. our price 98c 1
tronlie Home Industry, for there I- !i
:: Ladies' Short Waist Corsets, SO Ladies' All Wool
Grey Walking .
Tt-ry re..on you should bayvncr Me 1 sac I DI1c'rL: ; [ ;.

White, only. . . . . 24c I Ij SKirts, Latest style at. . 24c I Stock .teed from the Home Manufacturer. .
z tor by o doing you eocoaraze home lodciIry. xV?!. il. XSl WL?:3, W. A. BLOUNT. F.C. BRF.N1. .V. K. HYER i'
200 yards Embroideries, Edges 50 Ladies' All Wool Etamine Walk \our mousy is left in the comma Lit j
l:1d in turn are Indirectly benenicaIn
l and Insertions. B'g'! value yard .5c ing Skirts, colors grey and tan, ]j fustorlo you the borne mannl curpr 73:

'}. Men's, Ladies' and: Children's priced at. . . . . $4.49 :Jpthtie P0t08F-aph} I II 3oaccbute! to tbf canseof labor. Voa ow.t '; J "
: \ 1
." to tliecoTininnJty which yon lira lilt I
fast black and tan hcse, worth Ladies White Lawn Shirt Waists, I which contrlhaiei to your impcort. I Tt12& ui i USA 1 Mm Msi\ t It.,

15c, cut to. pair. . . 3 1-3c embroidered front. Latest out I !!0t', S. .il.tfohtrtft.. I

( 10 doz Gent's Night Shirts Big at . . . .49c, 74c and 99c I 1--- --- .- .. ; 'VI1:5KLY: : tCI11DC 1. #
value at. . . . . 49c 10 doz Boy's Laundried Colored I DR. F. E. BRUCE TO? !STE jf. DI"Ii: TOV !trW ".r'\'o'rown Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Iu-.L
.. I
S 10 doz. Ladies'TabCollarsthe 10c Shirts ac . . . . . 25c i 1 PL''S- ../. ... K:. .y ? K "..".U- Gr.lnyl": :"De.: An'trli, IVJy, Holland spaIn, Belgian .Hcefcla, 1t :

kind, at . . . . . 5c 10 doz Gent's Pat. Elastic Seam Ha rpturned and resumed practice. is..4L1.'V V Y OOMJM.xf "i'l! .d:'a, 'J& Jirf ,t'.jr Earopean coantriaa.jPJ .
t .'" PSJbftCGl for t'lLl.
10 doz Ladies'ApliqueTabCollars, Drawers at. . . . . 39c II Office 2'\J \Vf5< G'wernfI'tnt St., I, B.T"\. '.l>fc',,. .;'e avou, wsrrn? oa, :>s.. ". I.' Ves9elj JOi'Darotd apon- -th-. MosJ-FaTorrble Tors: and t: .

25c goods, at. . . . 10c 50 doz Gent's Lace Stripe Ealbrig-! S.iliJbuiy BuildingTolopliouo -. I I inn fto.rori. m.mrrlie riar\uc at Fort at Bsrrsnoa 1 TID. D I Obligations; Taken Payable at Pert <,! neeiinaUon Ten or Ififi e. ".. Salter

Gent's and Ladies' Hemstitched gan Shirts and Drawyers. Eig l-li*. 10:00 a. m.arrive It Fort Karranoan ;cW: l.D Vessel Arrives! thers.Depooit.

1t- Handkerchiefs, at. . .. 8 1.3c value at 75c suit, our price 49c | ___ ___ l-.wp 11!.arrive at Fort liarraaoat lUpr:
: iI 3.111 p. m arrive rort Bftrrancee 4l5f B 1 I Sl.fetv Bozos for Rent in Conscrr' :i
-. 22x54 inch Extra Heavy Cotton Gent's Extra Heavy Blue! Overalls: I Ii 8:15p.ra. rrlT<.at Fort Karraacai JWft\ :
,i WM-.KAL FUKNLH 'CIIILlk.Followloa' "8Oi p.m.arrive at r'ort Karrancti 5:15.z with which te have A Prira partznont for tls f"
.lti I Towels, at. . . . 8 1-3c and Jumpers with or without ,, Tr .ni 'euve Fort Barraaekt for Ptntool
Ladies' Girdle Summer Corsets. Aprons at . . . .9Sc suit i* the schedule of the at
7:15a.m. arrive at Pen acola. 8:00 ___
n. t
.. . . 49c 401 Better Extra Blue fovernmeut at . ' none Heavy I' list! p m. arrive at PoDIICOlltt! p.*

See our-I line of White Mercerized Overalls and Jumpers, union which TIlt: NEWS print for the !:oo m.arrive arrive at at P@n&acol.tVnaaccU__ 1:46"6:M f r tS.OO I DR. KING'S i PROFESSIONAL CARDS.wTcTROWEl I
benefit of the merchants who
\ Walsting, nothing newer out at made, warranted fast colors I ship ,. 1UOp. m.arrive at Peoiacola_ '.l6p. I
their goods to the Carious .arrive Pens ,__ ( ---- -
army 8tf p. m coa .80 II eHatordayt :
..... ... . .. ..l5and2lcyd and not to rip at . .$1.93 suit : ;po ts: ': only: TRY NEW DISCOVERY!. D,

10 pcs Mercerized Madras Ginghams Ladies 4 Strap patent Colt's Skin Leaves Pensnoola ... ... ._ .....> 5-. 7iX! I. m. : 'ABA FOB WAn: DAIB,
I Lsave1tsrrina ..... .... .. ._.__ 7..V) I, m I I eoiaooii to Fort Barranoai r6'Drll. FOR THAT COLD. I I Office: 17X S. I'
at . .. . .. 19c. the yd II Sandals. the latest creation and L.avri fickrna ... ... .. .... ...._ I:loO a. m. ivn'acotatoMavy: Yara and rntorn..... 3h" TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. '
I .. ... ...._ I 1 to S nand
100 pieces figured Lawns and Dimities the same you pay $2.25. Our : L.esvri lIananca Nlaa. m. I i'ell.c"la 10 Palmetto 1elcl1aoli rettrJllfi
St' L..u..l'tnneola. .._.__ .. .._10l5a.m, Cures
new patterns at..5c the yd I price. . . . . . 51.43Ladies' Arrives K rr"jc/"?' 11:10 ft. m. .nj then I n5DtT irnionci. Con5umptiontCoughs, alter o'clock
:sake a trip to Fort McKee and tben r..-i I, When a.stb..r the running top Colds Bronchitis Asthma
25 pieces Madras Ginghams new i Oxfords. Sandals and Ccl-! I cnrna to Karrancai.L <>n coaches.ciirrla. j iiono on.

stripes and checks at. .. ... ... 9c onials in all the latest shapes, ..AV..< Karracca ". ,. ..... ._. IJap.>> mLares I.savl Lv Fort B rtaat*, PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-,
Pickn ... .... ... 1.25 p. m 1 9 a. D\. 10 a, K.
40 in all Wool Cheviot Serge 75c I plain and patent tps; at I heaves Peuacotft ".,_ ... ..... 4:101 p. m. U a. m II m. risy LaGrippe Hoarseness
... i'lckt'DI ... ....... iIi I I JOHN S. BEARD
.Vl' p. inHitrratcn ''lp.m P m.Jp. ,
grade at. . . __ ... 49c yd :|: 73c 99: $1.25 and $1.50 'the pair' \.rrlVt'\ > 5 A) p. m. and mike I tc tf.n.. I Sore Throat Croup and
!, ;rp to MeK e and return. iV'-f: i..01, I ATTORNEY-AT-LAV.
I IRemfmbr Wfdneddyand.iaturd'= tht ep.rn P m.Sp \Yhoopii2c Cough.
Pickn -n I Ofac"i J3 Ttiestn JJalidin( ?.
oat wil;! leave Birnincas via

tte Phce, F. E. BRA W N E R i !The for General"en acrtla French at 8:30 I p.* for m. army ;i 5V,1l1eeIGis to A.41art'I:7 i4arraasIe.fI.1 'Navy,. !r.. w .NO 50c.CU1E.and S I. TRIAL riO BOTTLES PAY.ric. FREE. 1 I Office Hour*-8:30 a. m. to 1 p. n:,

purposes; only! and any outrider must \ are are Mtcrt___ ____.___ to. 'I 2:30p.m.to6:30p.fli.
lave a from the .1 'luIo30Ia& to J'IJrnU in:1I I.1IC Cleaning; ladies skirts: aaci waists Practice la all itftt and fader coar't
io5 S. Palafos St. II I tike pass o i her.quartermaster r.tllt'______ iii Is one of or.r apeca t1ei!. Star Laan- i All b'l\loetS entnm 4 to me 11 U1 rt'cenpro
I passage I :ss f .IJ1' elY d sttr IU 11 dry. i Pt anJ iliUg' n: atteotloa.

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r ANSWERING AN AD. The Old Adage Bested. my

The self possessed citizen was

I had just hung out my shingle, and walking along the street.

not a client had come near me. I was Seeing a hod carrier stumble! on a (
over, head and ears In debt and what ladder just ahead, he wisely waited Wttor tttui Dour) {

The Misfortune was worse, saw no way of being anywtter until the bricks and man had stop devises { i g

of Mary oft.That was! the way matters stood one ped falling before he vent: oa his: dainty dumplings'Jfudqin's : ::1 ft !

dark November way. --- j : 'f ,
: lunruiuj-: when not /1- -- --- -- -

"I'm afraid, ma'am. said Mary finite certain: : whether it was the better ".\ecor In to the old adage: ; I tie Qesl 1r
should be lost by this time because 5c.'p
plan to breakfast off laudanum or to I o tI
0t "that these crackers are spoiled entirely." hire a hand organ and gout 1-y the'I I hfeitiited. However, I prefer ray

d:1), I took uj. the newspaper In a sort present position and in-i
"I thought I could run aroundto of cool desperation. acted for the best/' Baltimore I The Beer t I c+ fir
"WI'IWdbaby: to adopt"
the grocery between the showersand I wasn't a baby mal therefore probably American. That Made

get back without getting wet- wouldn't suit, though I was quite Warm Sendoff For Nan. OJANNHtl f t a

but while he was getting the crackers pink ure nose that and no screaming white long wretch clothes with ever The following epitaph appears in
: tn r!M
a Monroe county (Ho.) churchyard: US
needed adoption more than I did."tVantel.1 .
weighed out and tied up it began to rain again?) girl for general house- I: Poor wa.rm.But Nan. Brown's: feet .were never t 1 t

work." always cold as Ice: -IS- :
"I started to run home There ajilr: my sis feet and carroty f he took a n: hot trick to bed

I and the string came off and the bag dropped beard Ftoud In the way. Tht An are thought department It, oh.came so nice too! late; VICTORIA ;l r 4 i ; .

As I listlessly glanced! over the teeming They raised an awful row. *=,l <
and the crackers got broken and wet columus, raiTitally comruentiii; on But couldn't uiJ i>oor Xan at all. MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. I j ;.d
J Her feet are t...rmer now.
and I guess I might as well throw them out.* them after this fashion, my eye suddenly -Nell- York Commercial Advcrtisr. BEST 10-CKNT IUHTLK m:tat
became arre tell by a paragraph: : 1
just below: 1: t F ., i

"A widow of means would like a BROS. '
And all because Mary's mistress had never tried tmip.-iiiion for life. Wealth no object. As to the Young Mother. I

Hood looks and polii-Lisl manners in- "She is worried about the baby." AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED I i ft 1 .'

jspen! ';; bit.." Why, there is nothing the mater I I. W n. Hcilitl nrnr WiiS1LY. a''

There was certainly: 110 reason I with hil: ."

thought! why I should not answer to "That's just it. If therevas
tile 1.* ter cl.uise of the advertisement: 1' t
UneedaII omotLlug the matter with him the !'t 'rr '
":\o\\", here's a curious coincidence," Main Home 401 R. Palafoi: treet.
doctor could tell her what it illH
quoth 1 to myself, hurriedly emptying hut was, i K.R. Excr.lDle-Orp. Union begot i; ;K .4
he he
It 'olnnc Indtleer says can see nothing.
hair hide
; my to [ : t
Cleveland Plain Dealer. P. O. Box a:: l. Pen8 coh. Fla. t .
tIlt l'rt..lullllu'llt mol! of tobaccoiuoke.
!II ".\ will! .ivv wiiiLs a hiHhajid, Pl1'Ua6 116 2C8.

:1",11 want mlllli' '. I Ihizent of fellows The Usual Praise. t. i-a

I"{ :Bf3 gscuitd harry for Ll'llI''lry lay of their "TLey thought he was dead, you i Fort Barrancas. Fla., Feb. 21: 1903. 1 t

lives airJ I d> rot sir why I may not know, and all the papers printed Scaled proposals, in triplicate: will ; j. ; '
ID the! Nil1"! thlnz." obituary notices." be received until 11 a. m. March 21, +

I c1mlUt..1 my l Ir't 1'lao: mtktie, tl.Mnrefully ".\ntl then: 1003:) for constructing plumbing, heat- '/+ .
4 (' so h tide the ins; and electric wiring one Lavatory, j :
4t a.s ) ragged: ;
11'hv, then he turned up, and also plumbing one set officers quarters .
In the In-er-seal which !spots, bn.slied; nsy <,tat neatly a'ld t
Package preservesthe since he's read those notices he's too and one barrack building Fort r. ; i r .;. I '
drew oa a pair of not much soIdkid I
cf Liscuit, crackers and wafers. very
fco: ness proud to speak to one."-Chicaro McRee Fla. U. S. reserves the right ryy ;
Io"Till' 1
!! catching: up the .
1'osL to reject or accept any or all proposals Ir 1
lewspapcr I hastily sought the eventful or any part thereof. Information i1 i t
paragruph! jotted down the address J .
furnished on application. Envelopes .
and trotted off in Another View of It. .'
high spirits.A containing proposals should be marked I I r
trim looking: maH.vrvant answered Doll}-What a pity that such a "Proposals for Lavatory and II '

tin bell as I gave it a modest irctty girl is going to marry a mail Plumbing," addressed W. E. COLE, t

4 little jerk. of no family! Q. :M. r .
"1:1:: your mistress at home:'* Jack-Oh I don't know. I ,
-- -- --- ----- Theysay Ml"r .r
PERFECTION A Story ft* True oa Can He. "Don't know sir. What may t IC your that those MEN AND WOMEN.r I" \
even thing comes to
I 1 PR "That unfortunate child!!' cried LydiaLe busiuea'r"! 4.CYEa ..Bin U foraoDmtaril
sic if the liver Is out of or- J J. L t LIB &! "I-I trailed in answer to the advertisement. who wait.-Chicago News. I.I5.5 G..r.m"d dap, irritation di.charge.maamwanoo.or nlcerttlcm, : sots i.Wtounetnre
Of her little first! cousin Maria :McKee: epr..t.
.\ perfect liver Is possible if i ." .. <>f mucous niemt>rn t. tilt. I
t 'II 1yhy, her h.0r Is as straight as hair can One of a Kind. c+t_ Paining, and nut utriu- 1 (h ; IC .
r p using the right kind of a l*!" After a moment's nbvnce, during ao ITHCEVANSCHEMIULCO. gout or POIHIDUUI.
j nic. HEPATICURA Is the 1 And the tossnl her curls did Lydia Iv'(!. which I stJ .jhfi>i;;Lly in the hall, "And( What business did you say i BIICIIIIIATLOl, Sold by Druggists, I ., 1', f.
I Contractors amt 11111 Woisl .\ fohe walked down the strut of Frlzzltf- he ?" C.B.A. y t ct tent in plain wr r .Ia I
ind of a liver tonic. It will I c tone: balancing first tm one m"el, then: on the was invhy,1e' '.. eiprnx. rrcrnd.. fur t I Ii .
"' contractor." ll.oo.<>r 3 Lotiif!!i3.
other, the girl retunieil and usheredme :; a 1 general j Circular
KUt oa retuest.
::'p liver to your entire sat. 1
your I PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND Th eyes of little M,irla McK f'e into an elegant little morning room. "Oh! Puts up buildings: ?'' i
will excellentn ,
in. It provide Cast lucks cf lute after Lydia IA-C.
In a luxuriously! easy: chair beside a Nope manufactures corsets."-
I II "Her curls curls can lie, ;
excellent circulation: andh I Said the little fr>t cousin. Maria McKw.As writing Lble:! Kit a l.nly of about thirty Baltimore News.
alth. I SHORT NOTICE. ,?< ?'< ,?< she iazJ down the street of Prlzzletcree. : wlwx' freslu pretty face was ;! HARD:: 1J4

(., who does not wish his First-Class Work Guaranteed: and charmingly set oI! l i'y a M'arlet cashmere What He Would Be.
.-hcd, says: I cannot re- References Furnished. And now for till story us tru ns can: baA morning wrapper.I Teacher (trying to explain philanthropy -
cxtcadins to volua.ccrest fever crept Into the town you f'o"'; came: to the iiHiflusion that this
you !If had :L'? and
)- cents
m IAST: IXTLLMMLXCIA ST.rirl And It strutghtimd the curls of Lydia! Lee, willow was a mo.\t fascinating littleTl'utUt"l' joa I ,
recommendationyou Anllt curl.d the hair of Marti McKw. ( gate one of them away, what would
:'., prepare and sell Yes. that Is the story aa true asan bo be? BRICK .
That Is toll In the town of Frtzzletere. site tlidn't ask me to lw seitl'd-pt'r. you ,
: :a of HEPATICURA.i's -wulse It., Baker. in Youth's, Companion.A haps SKwas u little timid about itsit Little llie-\ chump'!-Philadelphia .J

superior qualities 1 til**! with my hat In my hand llecord.

uie general system. % i- I Thoughtful Dor while 11t. referred languidly: to a little I ti : { i'
A 1
,\uCUJU. although Mother When you play marbles, written memorandum on the table. Reason For It. I 'I k

i '. agreat sufferer why iu the world do you Ret down oa IVrh::ip.s-and my heart sank into mynt "Jones writes of his wife's eyes as ALWAYS ON HAND 'I ;U j jt

,', ,I"", Ii 1 v., '. cold, I have your knees and drag yourself over tile: toots tIle j'll':1-she had had merenppiiittlons 'me-lkw stars.5""Quite rJ t ; r ,

.. ,v r> I.i 'd from both of ground 1Little than one fr the vaeuut natural; she makes him eeestars. ,
Son- ('ause I-I thrift want to pie t t'
.. ,:,.,'!,t-, and 1 venture to say -Atlanta Constitution. HALF. I*
wear out my sho asGood Newa. "1"u fire conic in answer to my advertisement tr,
.r it to tie! firmer, It has no d of this morning?" she: t, A j' ,.1 I I

:', I 1.11'! hji-d only two bottles asked.I! ( The Stomach is the Man. I a
A Remarkable Case. I I -TO- t .
j;ITVncUU: so far, yet I find innliliil, and the blood mounted to A weak stomach weakens the man, t

: 'ri'il: l \\,.\:.'! t of liO pounds has One of the most remarkable cases or the very roots of my liair. because> it cannot transform the food Ihe j .

i !r. J cocrly: 10 pounds. a cold deep-seated on the lungs, "What can you do?" she asked ab- eats into nourishment. Health I|, MILLION t

i t.i'.eT'it.aaurein: recommend- causing pneumonia: is that of Mrs. rrjitly.liozariltil. and strength cannot be retsored to ; t

.." \n: T ij.v to any ono desir- Gertrude Fenner, Marion Ind., who K\erythliu 1 M the madam.told answer" of: any sick man or woman without I.! r t+ i !,

.' the' constitu- was entirely cured by the use of one first health and K.
very best C. R. TAYLOR I stggot.c' you can bring me goodmfereum. restoring strength to: Get Our Prices Before ti r
Minute Cough Cure. She says: "The .
:i-e had. Sold by all .: the stomach. A weak stomach cannot i! '

I coughing and straining so weakened '"? assure yow, ma'am, they shall be digest enough food to feed the :: M ,
Artistic '
j Shoemaker, me that I run down in weight from entirely satisfactory" tissues and revive the tired and run Purchasing.Capacity .

ItS to 92 pounds. I tried a numberof \\htrc wnsuur last: plaiX' down limbs and organs of the body.
t'A ; ?'CT'ixA.: FIN F.: worm A Sl'KCIAM; Y. .
Nodal Cure cleanses
until Here'vLC a iNislng: qui>slion. I lookedup Dyspepsia purifies
I used
remedies avail
," t, I 1'\ j I a.t .\lh3rs FAA +to Phone No.2S.:; 9 North Palafox St. no at tie. veiling;:, down at the flour but sweetens and strengthens the 1
:; One Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles glands and membranes of the stomach r '
./LS to aid I Istamuvred I
In'splMtlon as
? 110 : came niy ,
.( T7 of-this wonderful remedy curedme and cures indigestion, dyspepsia PO Daily i ir itcMi11an
1 (out with my face aflame r
____ and all stomach troubles. Har
entirely of the cough, strengthen.
and rivttHl on the lining of ,
: my oyvs gis Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Sidney -

!}i U l ) UIUECTOHY I OUTHERN [ M[ Co.ij.I ij. ed Hargis normal my lungs Pharmacy weight and, health, restored John arid Sheppard.Sid me strength to my my have"I-to hat been: tell marritiL"the truth, ma'am-I never Kahn. j .

Erick Co. if-
0 ney Kahn.SENDTOURIRDERS. ")Iarrl.l?" she repeated. "Oh that's ,

TNIOHTS OF PYTHIAS.P I no ibj."-tioii. I mean where did you

live last T Call on them at the corner of Gar- Pine Barren, Fla. ;. '' '
or. I la li deN..3. K. of 1'..
I I to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or I inoiiUoih'tl the strei-t and number den and Alcaniz streets for carpenter -I I .
IIIA eti every siond""y evening electrical work. Repair work a when my till sign hung out. She noted and electrical work.or phone &(.0. {
*t 1:3u at Castle I all,
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(.'".... \ In the Ftount -- wntsouHnlMlng. i specialty.You it down in a fairy notebook. WNNNr
.third floor. '' ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICE.
I kill! want you, she remarked
,'.5 fVletiLDg loomcd! brethren cordially I playing abstractedly with her little estate of John Dooley, deceased.
..J want a good piano tuner to Notice Is hereby given that on June first,
J. A. LTLE ,
gold jtcikdl; "to w>rk In my garden ocasioiully <"
H, HOKBLER ue. To oil of the country.The A.l.), nineteen hundred and three will ap
parts in Pensacola still holdback
stay 0
K. K. S B.Nl you and to drive my horses when ply to the Honorable Judge of Probate! of J
your order. Send it in. I have tie ctucluiiun is not on hand. How Kscambla coonty. Florida for a final' dl.-j' NICKS ii. .. % ,
.. charge from the administration of said estate ,.
i had 20 years' experience and have much d I) you eipcvt a month? I al 1
11,1111'111 \t"1::" >. 1:1 Southern Express Company worked in several piano factories. 1.- my last $10 a month and his MIIS. ANNIE A.nOmF.Y.

1 i. ' J
and GardenKnight
.1' :", 1'alafoi*cordially Inviteil.J. I money, and valuables of all descrip will be attended to.CHAS.. My hair stood on end. Ten dollars a UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S ; is ,
'a ALI1EKT JOUNSOV, I W. PBESSLEY. month: Xo wonder predecessor, hat
"' C. O. tions to ill parts of the country, my SALE. mmmDAILY T
o! 1. 4S. walked out of the world. Ten dollarswouWnt
Hot French Waffles with
with connections for Canada, Mexico
ko a> me in cigars, to say
Havana, Cuba, European points, Florida Cane Syrup at nothing of kid gloves and newspapers:' Northern District of Florida. ; : 'fV.! : ; h

1)I..,,P, No. 3O.; K. of Pl.Mt.iE etc. '......*XiK4>*.oi".rf "Maitim," quoth I meekly, "is not I By virtue of an Order of Sale Issued -
No. 5 Knight) of out of the United States District Court !
that ratter a limited Income to allow a
l '.
'I. : <-\ irr ThursJav even- The Southern
Express Company
for the Northern District of Florida,
,, hall, hu-ibainl In sx-letyV"
"kln their inttle on MENUS E
'ut.\\ atsnii bU1hlng.soul 11. operates on 30,000 miles of first- "A bu4iiuulVho's: talking about on the ninth day of March 1903, notice ( j
,r'.'. ,r.)'( and iirdcn streets Solomon's.RPER Is hereby given that I will sell js {
'at. arc cord!.illy welcomed.U. class routes, and in connection with hnsbflixLr ejaculated: the lady dropping by public auction, for cash, on Tues Comprise all the Up-to- :
.\LL \, her and erect In I I 1t. .:
C.: C.: the Adams Express Company, on pencil sitting: up day, the twenty-fourth day of March, Date Dishes the Markets r i m
,,:,11 "'. her chair."I 19 3. at 12 o'clock JI., at Apalachicola -
through way bi11, with throughcars beg your panlon. taa'anu Did you Fla., the American steam screw of the World '' !,,' I l

and through messengers, performs not advertise for a husband "Alpha", her engines, boilers, machinery Afford r p1 s sf ;

I. 0. O. F.ljoil"p a unified service, constitutingthe ItWIllSKT I "I advertised for a footman! boats, tackle, apparel appurtenances jY!

largest system of the kind in 'Theiv is:: some mistake ma' and furniture, as she now F'a
J..n.u.ola No. 4 -I you nut the widow means w ho"- lies at the vharf. t{ f
r''ur.jt''t.nlnlt at ":SI at the world. d'-eh.eAf P-1 "1 am not a widow, and If you do not T. F. McGOUniN, Ladies' Private
:' .. West Inteudencia ttreet. States Marshal
r<.u cordially invited. Money Orders are sold at all Instantly l leave the house I will prove United Dining Parlor.-

JotiANsos, N. U. agencies of the Southern Express the fact by calling my husband to pitch 11m lOt. ;
:' j', hccretary.K. .
out of the window." -- -
Company at reasonable hours. Receipt
I went tack to the shadow of the tin

OF L. is given and money is refunded sign a wiser and better man.
if order is lost.c '-. -- la I'm married now, as you know, to :Ii! Daily.

I"".a1-is.ensbly No. 1305. This is the cheapest way to send pretty a little "woman as ever bore No t +
3 slippers, but I courted her in the old!
>t Monday In each raoath. small remittances mail other-
by or Short
W.lMi.rilARP. I fa hioixil way, and the money she Order. Promptly
M.-C'.v"'!BLU M. Wbucmary. wise. pays the housekeeping bills with Is f FRUITS AND I CONFECTIONER! Filled. Night or Day. f.j

E. W. FOWLER, what I earn in an honest aboveboard Tt'

Agent, Pensacola, Fla. BEVERAGE fty!'.
J. N. A DELIGHTl'UL _. -AT- If:U'. Bomethlok Good to Eat I A r
ANDREWS Branch Offices: yoawuh.joa'Il x-
flnaitu ,
J. B. Roberts, Depot Store. A SAFE STIMULANT A Punier. C. APOSTLE'S i :

.* Headquarters for 0* Jas. Hansen, Cor. Alcaniz and The new teacher asked of the class lilNick: Apostle's] ',u : /* 4

Gadsden.J. A GOOD MEDICINE the following question: 1 H East GiraBra! St. ; /
SI-WINQ: MACHINES. "John had five oranges. James gaehIm Popular Restaurant i ii
E. Williams Cor. DeVilllers! and
eleven and Le gave Peter seven 7
For Bale byDannheisser Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand i
REAL Jackson.Sol How many did be have left
Catn, Cor. Palafox and Inten- Bros. Before this problem the class recoiled. Ole car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 LMMMMKI r

13 Suuili ['alaf 1t Street. dencia. Tlease, sir: said: a young: lad, "we to ;9.00 per dozen. t

always does our sums ia apples:" !F
I It

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ABOUT LICENSE TAXES. and establish such regulations as,the Oldest and Largest Age'l
tYlJAI '\- i safe navigation of the canal may require 1) ia
Editor Daily News. Cherry PectoralOne R
i There is also the right to for- West Florida.
: 1f5 The license system is an abomina

S: tion. It Is the most unfair and out- tify the approaches to the the canal.United In 11 e r S dose at bedtime pre- IST.\UI.ISIIIn 1oIH!: : ;
return for these privileges
Entered at the Post Office at Pen- ragloua system of taxation ever de vents night coughs of chil
States to $10 ,000,000 down ,
Fla. second class matter. pay
eacola. ,
vised. It is to the state, the county .
---- and an annual subvention as a sort dren. No croup.FeHOW ., I
.\ OFFICE: Pitts Building 211 j and the city chat the tariff! is to the .xu. : nIow1es Bros

:' South Palafox street, np-stairs. nation, a scheme 'to rob the poor for of ground rent for the canal.! _, __ __ i
The ratification of the c
treaty assures -
the benefit of the rich. The prac- I I
THE NEWS commencement ,
tice of imposing license taxes has A LITTLE NONSENSE.: .

Terms: Invariably in Advance. encroached step by step upon the liberties completing the canal at an early TURE. !: i I INSURANCEAND

One Year Jjy mall .. .. .. .. .$5; 00 of the people until its octopus date. The country is now irrevocably It was by means of the first steam' Clever Remarks by Littls Men and

Sir Months .. .. .. .. 2 50 grasp well nigh encircles every occu committed to the Panama project engine that man: first harnessed nature -. 1:
One week by carrier, payable Monday and it will help matters much if fur and thus commanded a force''
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10 pation that a man can turn to with -Dorothy, do you know :
the hope of making a living. ther obstruction In favor of some other immeasurably: greater than his 0\-:1.1 who etc the riiuins 'r left on the table !
Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap- When III visited the works of
scheme be abandoned. There is George ? REAL
The excuse for the system has ESTATE
plication.TELEPHONE now no posibility that the Nicaragua James Watt and Boulton to see their I' five "U ell ;
been that it is a successful way to Dorothy (aged )- mam-

NO 113.PEIBAOOLA raise revenue, and it has been gradually or any other route will be substitutedfor steam engines. Boulton said, "I sell ma, I know one thing the cat

: adopted without regard to its that across the Isthmus of Panama here what all the world desires didn't cat 'em. HO!) South P"IfutTl'l't.! t tt

unfairness and its evil effects. The and in the present temper of the power." It was because the steam

( r IQN j t' "' license : is a tax and the burden of American people it is not probable an engine exhaustless enabled supply men to of lay power hold thatit of Mamma (to small hopeful)-Tommy Phone 22. j- pEXSA, f

taxation is not placed where it belongs that further obstruction will be tolerated. produced unequaled effects on civ you should not ask the lady t
ilization.It how old: she is. It is cot polite. --
and should! be- those ;
MAECH 23, 1903 who the wealth-but it is placed The first thing the government will made possible the creation of Tommy-I wasn't trying to be GI: \IH.\L
own -\mXT:
boundless wealth. Until we had the I
Colombia polite, mamma. j just wanted to
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-- have do
--- wealth now to as soon as
those who create upon
upon steam engine tne muscles of man or
The coal strike commission has also have secured the ratification ,
shall -
Almost beast afforded the The
the working people. every practically only Equitable
made its report, which is a most mas dollar of the license tax comes out of the treaty, will be to pay the power which man could control. In Clara aged four burst .
straddle. order to double the output he must suddenly
purchase price of the canal concessions -
of the the toilers. By the license
out at the dinner table.
double the number of muscles and crying
A practical test of the Yankee sentiment system we don't tax wealth, but we to the French Panama Canal he could not double the number of "\Vhv! Clara, what is the natter?" I Life Assurance Society

of race equality was afforded! do tax effort! to produce wealth. The Company, a round< J40,000OuO, and muscles without doubling the number asked) her mother.

licene system is a tax in restrictionof also the lump sum voted in paymentto of mouths which would double "Oh sobbed the little mis Of the United: Shies.IIK.MIY .
when "my
recently in California a negro ,
trade. It is clearly unconstitu Colombia as pay for the strip of the demand on the output, leavingno I
pracher was appointed by the bishopto more surplus than: before. And, t-tccth stepped on my t-tongue! B. HVDi:; Fo.unlll'r.
tional. It is impolitic. It is false r territory through which the canal
the charge of a white church, but 'I inasmuch as one set of muscles could I '
he didn't hold the job. economy. It is a detriment to pro will run. This done the floating of I do little more than provide for: their Grandpa," queried little Nellie, 'Strongest in the World:

gress. It is class legislation. It the construction bonds will be in owner and for those dependent on "110 the good die youn ':"
order and the inception of the work him. it was impossible tor the worldto '.S told Ladies are
There are so many reasons why a abolishes equal become rich under such conditions. > we are my dear, re- cordially invited to aspect
e merchant should advertise and so grants special privileges. It is itself with as little delay as possible. Joaiah throng:: ia April -Success." plied the old pentleman. my Spring .Pattern ah

few reasons why he should not that I! an unjust tax. It heaps burJens on The construction of the Panama "My," exclaimed! the small observer : Tuesday Wednesday, ana T.

be ought to keep at it all the time the poor. It discriminates against the I Canal means much for the southern RALSTON PURINA "you must be awful wicked!I" I art
March 24, 25 and 26.
' in order to take advantage of the producer. It makes the consumer ports of the United States, and especially -. DEMONSTRA-I I Mrsll Went

chances which are in his favor. pay tae highest price. It puts obstacles for New Orleans, which is TION. Small Johnny-Auntie, what hi on South Palafox street.

1 in the way of men and women the largest port in close proximityto I Every day during: that thin; crawling on the floor? --- -- -

i Among the several propositions earning a living. It creates monop- the eastern entrance of the canal. March =Jrd, Miss J. E. Rogers will \untie-That i is a cricket, dear.:

submitted to: the assessors and collectors olies. It is an abominable system Much of the traffic between the demonstrate and talk interestingly Small Johnny-I'm going to kill I FORGOTTEN *
at their in this about It.1j-STON: PURINA CEREALSand it.
meeting city
originally intended only to restrictthe United States and the Far East, as

last month for their consideration was liquor traffic but is now clasping well as with the west coast of South PURINA HEALTH FLOUR: A Auntie-Xo/ no, darling. God
one suggested! bylr. every means of Ihlihood. If a mechanic America, will pass through this port.
regarding occupation taxes. What disposition wants to earn a few honest Along the route of the canal itself FREE with every purchase of two Johnny-Oh, well, he can

of the question was made at fenceor vast quantities of coal and foodstuffs packages of RALSTON CEREALS.The make another one.-(.'hie-ago NewHi -.
dollars by building a house or a ladies call .
are requested to Did the
-- fact
the meeting the Daily News has notlearned I you were tc met
will be required to resupply II.formation.r.iieklotz .
a side walk he must pay a license.If early and often. Source "
but we publish a communication he wants, to run a carpenter shophe and revictual ships passing through. JAS. McHUGH, Prop. -Von deli mean to say this I I Smith at noon slip your metrorv

today which handles the subject must pay a license. If a man Much of these articles will come from Phone lf:5. New Orleans Grocery Co. is the first you've heard of it? Did you neglect to buy trice Jrt
from the laborers standpoint in a March 23-3t.: :; SubbubsYes.BacllotzWhy. I cles you wanted?
or woman wants to bake bread for this port where the facilities for shipping
it's the talk of the
vigorous manner. H witbe found i the public a license must be paid. coal and< western products are OUR WARRNGTON AGENCY.The I How about that commission a

, : worthy of careful perusal from begin If a poor widow wishes to keep unrivalled. The exports of cotton nelhlxtrhool.SubbubsYes, but my wife is away wife gave you to fill?

ning to end.SOUTH. boarders she must have a license. If goods, machinery, oil and other NEWS is on sale by Mrs. M. on Visit. ""TOLTNEED A MEMORANDUM;

she hasn't the money to pay the license j- American products consumed in the Keefe at Warrington, who is authorized T BOOK.

AFRICAN IMPORTS.: she can starve or do worse Far East will also_ find this a convenient to receive and receipt for any sub For Over Sixty Years We have 'em, all sizes and all sorts,

\ South Africa is proving an important for of In scriptions. Residents of the reservation MR! WISSLOW'B
If she would try to earn a living point shipment. a HOOT-HISS SYRUF hM with the never-wear-out sort of bindings
commercial field now that con the of the canal may now be supplied with copiesof been used for over auty years by mlllloatol
herself and little children by selling' word building actually the splendid paper, fit for either
the several hours after the mothers for their children while teething, I
ditions in that part of the world are from door to door she must I means more to this city thanto
soap issue leaves the press with perfect snccesa. It soothes the child, I pen or pencil, and rulings for all kintls
t returning a normal state. Figures first plant down the cash for a li any other port in the United softens the gums.ftliaysftll paincnrea wind of purposes.

Just received by the Treasury Bureau cense. Such a damnable system of I States. SIR KNIGHTS, ATTENTION! -ollc and IB tile best remedy for Diarrhoea I The Prices Rarge from 5c. to $t
of Statistics show that the imports I ft will relieve the poor little sufferer Im I
is to
I taxing poor people a disgrace And too, we can sell you a g, ,
mediately. Hold by Droifnisu
t. into Xatal in IJti: : amounted to 73:; any community, bow much more Sit I Working Overtime. Regular Conclave of Coeur de Lion of the world. Twenty-flve cents even a bottle part,I I pencil to go with it with a protetto <

million dollars, against 39 millions in i in a state that boasts of its: democracy. Commandry XII 1, Knights Templar, 1! Pe sure you ask for"M r i.Winslow's Booth: t save the point, or a fine fc T'

1901; and those! into Cape Colony, 170; Let the workman be free to earn I Eight hour laws aro Ignored by S p. m., Monday, March 23rd.; Work ng yrnp. and tOk..t) other kind. I pen tnat will write readily and ('
f in 1002: against 12>> millions :those tireless, little workers-Dr. j I
millions ; an honest living whenever he may in Red Cross degree.Sojourning time.
t in 1901.< This makes the total importations without hindrance. Let the artisan i King's New Lifo Pills. Millions are I Sir Knights are courteously -: r'amplA bottles of Dr. Kilmer's I IHwampR i
always at work, night and day, curing DROP IN.
,( into Natal and Cape! Colony work unmolested and unrestricted. I invited. I ot, the great kidney, liver ;

t in 1t'02: 243:: million dollars, in round i Let the producer sell his products in i Indigestion Biliousness, Constipation J. R. KELLER, E. C. : and: bladder remedy, are beiu di!,- ----

x t terms, against 17v millions in 19:'+!l. i a I tree and open market. Lot every Sick! Headache and all stom HARRY \V. GIBDS, Recorder.TO tributed here from home, free. Have I

This increase in the importationsinto avenue of honest toil he open to i ach. Liver and Bowel troubles. Easy, I I yon received one? J. M. COE
pleasant safe sure. Only 23c at W. !
I !
South African colonies is
the everyone without tax or license for 'A. D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 S. CUItH A cOin 1'O' l'; IU Y ,,

not merely a depression of the war the privilege. Let honest endeavorbe i I'alafox street. i. Tat Laxative: Hrnmo Quinine Tnhif is. All I' Malta-Vita Shredded Wheat Biscuits

period, !but is an actual and large encouraged and restrictions reserved I oruggisls refund the money I! It falls to and Force wth Cream at Sol : BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER

gain over conditions which existed for those who are a burden i See Hudgins rew style of label.' box.u*e. J-::.*W.. UroTe's signature is on tucb oman's.
I 203 South Palafox Stree'
prior to that time. Thf importations to the public.! Down with your class I .
tin into 'ape Colony in liOl were legislation and put the burden where -- PEXSACOLA, F1:&.

in round terms, 12 million pounds I
it belongs. Open the gates: of free A
-- -
ftorlms: : In 1S9 t;. 18 millions; inlV.iO' Bunt to honest toil to honest effortof !

19 millions; in V.i'l, 21 millions, an-l any kind and place all on an equal I 'WHY NOT THE BEST ? ( -,

in 19++2. HI I million pounds sterling. r'>olin Lic. iiBe taxation U double:

J. Into Xatal the imports of IS'.il were taxation. The carpenter's tools are

\'z millions sterling; ISO';, ;5'._ mil taxed 1 as personal property and then TAE>> f EnG>>ANTS

lions; lM''t! fit 2 millions; 1:""'. 0' : he is taxed again to use them. The
millions; in IJ'lil' SVi millions and in widows household! furniture U taxedas Purity is FreeSchlitz
[ GO.
190:: 12 millions of merchandise to: personal property and then: she TRANSFER{ {

which may be added\ lIt millions! of must pay another tax for keeping I
Having been awarded the contrac
a. government stores and war material: doartltrs. If she is soH'll to wo beer costs the same as common beer so ,, for carrying the: U. S. Mail between
2U millions of bullion and speci"I i that she dent need to keep Itoardera.: the I/. & :S. Depot and Post OlHce

and a half million for the Trans\aa i she has no license to pay. The man that is free to : and al-utheexciu-tvebaggage/ pri\'I!,
government and for military pur or woman who does nothin's. pays you lge on all trains f'ntf'rin; the city
we are prepared to transfer bazaarand
poses. nothing, under this monstrous!' and much the beer itself.It pas; -engele to and from all hotels
These statements of the rapid: undemocratic system. The license Yet purity costs us as as residences and trains day ot

growth of the importations into devised night.PrcmptiBelialileSemceGnaraiileEl.
and occupation tax {system was

South A.rica fire especially interesting by the rich and property holding requires absolute cleanliness. It compels us ,

in the I'ni-u'd States because of class, and their i in order !
filter the air that cools the beer. Then
the rapid incrt-as-c of our own exportsto that. they might shirt the burden to even Delivery

that part of the world. Exports of ta"uiotrum their shoulders filter the beer and sterilize machinery and furniture at Reasonable
we must carefully
from the I'nitoci States to Africa and lay it upon the backs of the la Prices.

a have grown; from 5 million dollarsin boring class. This has been enduredtill bottle after it is sealed. Telephone your orders to F. IIPou's
every Livery Stables, Phone 31. or
IS'Ji to :r.: millions in Ii'i2. and ia n majority don't !know that thereis Mrs. H. H. Hallmark's, Residence!

the seven months of the final' year other awl better Phone 3'i1.MERCHANTS.
any way. i
1903 for \\Ii kh reports are availablewere H. .\. MILTON And the beer must be aged for monthsin

nearly ::1 million dollars in ox- TRANSFER.CO..

cess of those of the corespoadins THE PANAMA CANAL TREATY. a temperature of 3 + degrees, for other- MRS. II. H. HALLMARK, Prop

months of the fiscal year 19<>J. .\t- iN" O. I'icaynne.) wise the beer would cause biliousness. HARKY HALLMARK, Transfer fA/,
T. rica seems likely! to pnne, in the
The first portion of the work for 0Don't L. A X..ltlt.l'o.l.aD'll'.tA.lllv
near future, a boner field! than South
of theUnited which the special: session of the senate -
America for the exporters|
Hot Chocolate with
Sates. To South America was: called was accomplished yesterday

our exports grew from :3:? million dol in the ratification of tie Pan- let your dealer decide which beer Whipped Cream, at Solomon's. -

lars in ISfC: to :;s millions: in 1902. ama Canal Treaty with Columbia bya I
shall drink for he makes most on the .
i -
t an increase of 5 million dollars; d-(' s'c'ute.. Despite the effortsof you ,

s while to .Africa as; already indicated, Senator Morgan and the united common kinds. STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

our exports p nv from a millions! in support of two amendments by the

- 1S5 2 to 23: millions in lmj. an increase democrats when the n:1t1'ote came, I
Ask for Schlitz for healthfulness
<. of 2S million dollars. only five votes were recorded againstthe ;;: purity means ; :3 twren IVnsacola and Milton-Hn lltuiM

-4i The following table tluvs d..' treaty to seven.y-two for ratification that is free. Dally Ficrpt: "lInda,.
:Ji, principle articles' exported from the showing that the great majority yet purity O "
:J invited States to British Africa in of the democrats: in fact practically

the fiscal years ISM! and lf"2:!: all of the senate, without respect C.Mllton.-eYtam LvP''imeol..l:3rpM!
l'eDI..cota.IIJJam Ar Milton.. S.mpm:
Horses .$ n $ t .I.l;.C10 to party, favored the canal.! .
Not a beverage known to man is more healthful rarefIoc; Round trip.*Is J
Mules <> 2.272.ti"l! Uy the ratification of the treaty,
Wheat Hour . 42/C.:) 1,313S"4 1 it being always assumed that the Colombian than beer, if it's pure.
Oats l'J7; U-",15, Barley-malt and hops-a half-
Congress will also ratify h.
Rum S',:ti9S: l.r.HUl: JEWELER/ IN HIS
digested food and a tonic.
:Machinery . 17;$,:;'5 1.20S.250 the I'nited States are guaranteed
Refined min oil. 4.K.311+ : 1.1.:1.191 perpetual control of a strip of ter- Your doctor says the weak must haveit. 0

Wheat 22.09: 1.16"loo:! : ri'ory (.n either siiis of the Why not the strong ? I NEW STANDI
Provisions . =::,:'.".t> 1.1It1tItCannl.1 : ; I
with the right to police that strip Bet don't drink a gem-laden beer,
beof. 11:5.975Hay :: ;: 922.24! :
. . 0 705,1:n when Schlitz is sold everywhere. !
Boards deals, etc 2H.7: <-> fi.52M"S91,4.S: :! :: have moved my jewelry Etore 't
Tobacco mfrs 131,21; .! ;: Easy tor.wau Take
Ask pr the ere. .'trytattling. I 120 South Palafox, formerly occupied -
Wire :1.1\lI r z::S.71:
Cotton mfrs 2: .02: 421.7'l;! E !; to ) ;l1r2t by Ba.9 A Co., and am n"*;
y ;
'ruits and nuts 10.314 : lt.7 i I better prepared than ever to ?rs

""e rnrily vejpt.ibk-v-et thor- great birain*In dhmQd:!.wot he- \
Total including oi-'h: prompt, he.thhtu ,-dt:>.'.ictcry- !
I jewelry, etc. Call and see! me ace

7 above items not. .shown. .J3.46J.763; J2S,7$0,1"3; th7o 's Pills I L. BEAR & CO., Wholesale Agents for Pensacola. let me convince J.yon.I. STEPHENN. -*.


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Bl ESTATE (NEWS OF: THEBATTLESHIPS ft. O'NEAL, President; BTo. GOO a. M. E. CLARK, Cashier ; ( :"

tjEWSNOTE1. J. FOSHEE,Yice-Preaidenti JOHN PFEIFFER, Ass't Cashier. illl;': j l


:i I, I PEtZ COLA. FLA. : ;r1 )i".
\ The smacks
; Chipman and Welskit-I '

I' ,-i : ,1 tIe are recent arrivals from the banks : THE BIG SUPPLY SHIP CULGOA Designated Depository of the United States. .i:taI l

-, ;?.: ; : with a combined catch of three thousand I COM1N3 WITH SUPPLIES.-TARGET Condensed Statement at the clo e of basinet larch 20, M3. 1 6
,' i,.,sorted for Thet1' snappers. : jf.1 +;, Ji"!
,, & real
; : on Co. I I! LoaR. and Discounts.. .... ...... ..... .. ... $375,037fi-> Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ..... .... f200.000.00! &,1
How many bargains ttere are goIng SHIP TO SPEND THREE DAYS Demand Loans .. ... ..... ............ .... ... ..
; :&{ 2tjju) Surplus .... ...... .... .. .. ...... .. .... :0,000.00 f,1t"
"., ai.i I wife to J. J. to waste for lack: of proper advertising AT SEA.:: Overdrafts ..... .... ...... ... ... .. ...... .... 2.352 S3!: Undivided Profits..... .. ........ .... .... 509.39 .' m;

,,> ..>: S. section u2, which tells the people what U. t-;. Bonds; and Premiums. .. ... .. ..... 21' .b'1d.b7 Circulation... .. .. ... ..... .... .... ... 125:0l: .00 Ijt.H ;
the man has to s'I1I1:1\1 why he wants Stocks, securities., etc... ..... ... .... .. ... 2.6251Dividend;; Un.nid,.."... ..... .... .. .... 54.00 !( ''
'. aim'3J west- ( : Furniture aud Fixtures... ... ... .... .. .... 6.71H4S Deposit ...... ....... .... ...... .. .... ... ... C21,34G.fel r r: !!
to sell tnem. The refrigerator ship Culgoa: has Cash and Exchange...... ..... ... ... ...... 2s3lGC30' ; It.;t 4, ff!
: Mill. et aI, by >
:p sailed out from Xew York with
Peter Garrillo. an Italian barman a cart I If ',

, .'.-1: 'r-Lots! 6 and 7, I was painfully injured this morning I go of supplies fur the battleships nowhere Total...... .. .. .... ..... .... ...... ... ... 966910.20 Total... .... .... .... ..... .... .... .. .... $6,910.20- '; rI ld. ,,r.

- i ..v'-$1,41,0. while I at work on the Italian ship In The vessel has on board everything -' This! bank! opened for basmesg October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patrouage and we will give :k Jsfl,L !} ,,:
.. .. :: .1.', to J. N. Gar- business courteous and careful attention. I!
dus. He was brought ashore for med that is likely to be needed by your prompt I jG i. !

,.:.1 J, block 9, Bluff the squadron and the supply will be : t4
ical attention. 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. : >ij ; ;I]
placed onboard each of the ships !': .:1
:., ,i"r. :iDi-r and wife to M. S. The American schooner G. Stoddart, soon as it arrives. p'h..J'n'I!,. 1.ot.
r :. if lot 2 of fractional consigned to the Colliding fertilizer Target Practice. t t'l: j!i

; ,\\u.Ui> G north range arrived m port yesterdayfrom 11.\ .I
i The battle ships begin their target : : ; i
.. I Punta Gorda with a cargo of The Is for .' ;I}' "
practice today.
,. Benjamin Hilton
i to phosphate rock. ,
\ one ship to out to sea each day ,I I.I
_ ..'!1. .:Ij J2;: and 1C7, New go ''";0'_) t
I The smack "Frances and Louise" and remain out three days. They will ; If I\ < I
, ,"',, Y 10 Southern States which was recently purchased byI practice with the big guns in the '1 .",1 .., .
I Victor Holt & Co., arrived yesterday guf! several hundred miles off shore. '.1 ,. ;., .
,. 13 5:; I
l I J: in sec tp n. .. '," \', fc!
The Texas is the first to out and er" '"'
.. I|from Scranton. She is 2C tons net go I" .f- "
sailed this morning. The Massachusetts .t I '. .t F
i to 1:. C. .\l1en-Lot and is in command of Captain Rirn- \ ''.
will: sail tomorrow morning and f1 r ;rt
\* -i King tract-$4:; I I the Iowa is scheduled to leave Wed i: 1t
S ..:r.aa to Jacob Kry- : ;
i TIe tugs Acconnc and Scorpion towed nesday and the Indiana Thursday the ".. tr! .( J.
.'f and il in block &rt' .
, the new marine targets that have others to follow as the admin may ; ; tt \
" ..t'f 1. Belmont NamberUr'ico recently been constructed at the nary .fi.I'J
I I I dictate. I' ---- --- ; :It )
yard, to sea this morning, and
i '
To Pay Wednesday. !
to Kry- some time during the day, the Texas I _- -- ; t ''J '.
::.,.it 'In Garden street Wednesday will be pay day with the 1

,: II':' 4. Ujnelson tract i, will cross these the travelswhich bar for gun are practice built lieN and a large amount of money B. H. FAISGHILD, GO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, DO YOU KNOW I :r.. r 0
making \ 1 'I .
I will I be distributed among the men on u rzz o jj e T rn. En.S3 : j ;
; .;,. to A. GreenImt-Lot3 t to represent' a war vessel the objectof No. 30 South Palafox street, for your BEEKMAX LUMBER CO. have'j j :ii
the It is estimated that it
ships. requires
trlct- her attack. Following the Texas, EAST: ROMANA STREET.
T, West King '
electrical work. He is stock of dressed f .
t something like $7o,000 or $So VOOO prepared to a lame studding '
L other vessels! (.f the squadron will :...'oat Work and Refinishing Furniture a J," i ,
.i\ i' na leave daily fur similar practice.The ; to pay off the men on the ships Specialty. do you a first-clH3 job at moderate I land joistGet their prices before 't \:. ,':" "t'1
.r 0, section in, tols n- in the harbor. As the
\now ships remain i prices. Plu ni 2U5. buying; dlG-lin 1r";:
race rj webt-$ I'houo1O.: r t
Co National Trans- Old Camperhas out at sea but three days there I ._ ____ u __ u __ .tli I
to u - --
., i i r T.T. Co.-Lots 11, 12 for forty-five years had one will be only two or three gone at anyone 't\ I. C

,,' J acres of lot 14, Palmes cle in his supply-liorden's arti.1 time so the men will have ample Santos to order. G. Co wco i f

..: o S Ili i-bury to Jas. M.I Millt Brand Condensed} Milk. It gives to I II I opportunity themselves.The to. come ashore and enjoy Rolf Master.Nor bk Torgensen, 117, Cetteto ljlIt( :

',, '*t ::.S feet of lot 113M2 ; soldiers sailors hunters, carpentersand i rw ;: ils CQ'1 ;
Coming Regatta.The Thomas, Ital bk, Lauro, 803, Naples &
: feet lot 117, Old: miners a daily comfort "like I
I I I regatta committee from the to master 4
told: home. Delicious in coffee, tea "
,If milan to O. G. Singleton; : and chocolate. citizens, of which M. P. Palmes is the J. H. Marsters, Br bk, Frank, 501, t1 !..! ,".

", .; in McMillan Additionink I chairman, has decided! on April 15; as Belize to L. N. Railroad Co. ;
s':; 1"1'1/
r I LEWD WOMEN INTHE the date for the regatta. The regatta Schooners. We have just r.eceived.a Large .Shipment :
POLICE COURT. will be participated in by all the
Dona Christina Am sch 163; Axe of Bsautiful White ;
: :l less of jour system\ than crews of vessels attached to the warships Wastings, ; ; ;

')'UU house. Giveita thoroughtoo. ; Hihel Draushn., keeper of a houseof now in port and a loving cup bon Coatzacoalcos to order. I
. Take Hood's Sarsapanl-' ill.fa me, was fined $10 in the may to cost about $IHO.! will be given to the Mabel Darling Br sch a 20 to 40c yard. cij !t } :
winner of the e\cnt. Town to master t .
or's court this morning on the charge I A fall of several degrees in the tem Governor Blake Br sch -, Grand The F.lbric'are Lighter!; the Styles are Better than we have t> ri Jt"-)
of keeping a place where lewdness perature coupled with the almost i' **.* Shown Before .<.* ? -tAl .
Tragedy Averted. and indecency is practiced. Two inmates I constant down pour of rain yesterday, Cayman to Jno. A. Merritt & Co t .it \
of the house were fined $."> each tended to keep the hundreds of visitors t'
the nick of time our lit- I I
:: and one visitor was also assessed $;3. to the city from visiting the -TALK ABOUT SHOES.-* :;
> saved" writes Mrs.V.. i i
f \ 3
Just received
lleet. a full "
\ ... .. Pleasant City. Ohio. NOW IS THE TIME TO FURNISH I II I of Full Leather Dress SuitCases : WE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE SALE OF THE FAMOUS: : '' *

i : il played sad havoc YOUR DINING ROOM, AND MAR l ( 1 :SHOES FOR MEN, :MADE >UY HATHAWAY, :SOULS ', i b""
v .:. > ..: a terrible cough set STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU Ii Maritime. Valites and Trunks. Ie & HARHJXGfO. AND HAVE A COMPLETE AHSOUTMKXT. :< : ,:.

j:_ i < ra treated him 'I WANT IN SIDEBOARDS, CHINA i \\\"m.\ Johnson 4' Snn. I, THIS, IX CONNECTION WITH OUU "DORO:1< : ; '", t: :

1, v ; '. .' every day. At CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS. 0 THY DODD'd"( FOR LADIES LlEOUR 8IIOE 0 '.:!., l}

:. ,. King's New Dis- {I I Arrived. Mrs. N, Bowers will have her opening It o S10CK THE STROXOEST IX THE CITY. D : 'i J I

.n, and our Car- rdalta-Vita, Shredded Wheat Biscuits i i DcneUto, tier ss, yirt. Xe-al, Cas- n\.
S triis S:. Lucia tov. S. Keyset & I of new Spring Millinery, Tuesday, 'tI''tI''i : I
and !
; t i L : iw sound and Force with Cream at Coman's. d. 1 We have Just Received ; .
,\, ,, E. i. .';M to know. Co. Wednesday and Thursday, March 24, 1 (
: \ :Sec'lii.:: : Ital ss Soscanino: XC'Or. )
It ,' .. :.:.- t ."..' f re for Coughs I I i'leans to Calf Transit Co. 25 and 26. ? ... ; A FLTLL LINE OF GEXT6' ( '

CoM-i; ] H!.'! a" I::!N? Leases.:: Guara OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S I (!. toddart.. Am. sch Punta Gorda '

:.t.. .j 1 :U \\'. A. I I'Mibcrte' : 121 S. Fine oy.-ters; today. Try them. to John .\, Merritt & Co Just received a fine line 6 c SHIRTS, HOSIERY, NECKWEAR, UNDERWEAR d : .' ;

!I''i' if. x: <;'n.1. I''c.. and $1.00. Xic APOSTLK. .
Cleared.Rr of Full Leather Dress SuitCases : Suppose you Inspect our GpnU' Furui"hll ;I. The mlllY :
Tr.,ii; IH't:.' it* CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR ss ?bra, Ouldms;, by Gulf Transit Valises and Trunks. '. Startling Value WP C'irry will Gratify You. r" s k't"" 1 .
I C:>.. for B nran. France with l,7"i 'j 'j
MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED I tons phosphate rock yarned at $:'J,21"::! Wm. Johnson $ Son. ;' !

FROM ?!150 TO 512.50. SIXTY ROOM, AT MARSTON & QUINA'S.See I -- -- -- :; GREEN, WATSON & CO. ; .f 'ltd

DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAMINATED I line of Trunks. i VESSELS IN PORT. Millinery opening of Spring fashions V HT,'
I our I
FELT MATTRESSES. TRY Sole gents for the Patent Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday, J', 'G. W. & COTTTXG. W. & CO M'.'--'' ., 'j' It .1

O\E MARSTON & QUINA. I Steams hI;:s. March 24, 25 and 26, at Mrs. N. Bowers : :
Trunks. J
--- I' Wall
Aureola Br ss, Chnsuphcrson. 1308; on South Palafox street.
See t-I" rs' rew label. :
Inn. J'Son. I
;, Boston to Pensacola Lumber Co I.

-- I 1 Dora Ur ss, GoulJing 1 S3cw I Just received a full line ; }

..4' '.t'1.'4' 'A'I.!' "' :' ......."'A"' "' A"' 49 York to Gulf Transit Co of Full Leather Dress SuitCases ; 7l5 i
,--.\). .. ..v'.v. _
: 'W.:1'.0 .;.Df 1SY .Q' ""' j Ger S3 Ganna Iu03; Berg Havana J ; \
Valises and Trunks.
;''to W. L. Wittich & Co. !r 1 : ;j

,': LENTEN SPECIALTIESAT ,, i I Durango, Span ss, Quintana 2207, I Wm. Johnson $ Son. $4.4a 1 3

t New" Haven to Sutherland.Innes Co l' '
1 Firth of Forth Br ss, 12S3: : Brady, I '

1 .SOL CAHN & GO'S.. Providence to II. Baars & Co. AND LINOLEUM, FINEST R it
|i Ital ss Italia 1811 Caldrone, Nor I THING ON EARTH FOR YOUR "

p. q') : folk to Gulf Transit Co. HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE. Bon Bons and Chocolates. 11):;

c\ 1:1./\: ttIU31Iih:1iFL: : : CHI'KN Tl'lUMJ 3IT.ET 1 Nith Br BS, Sturenhen. 14S9 f )
h I:"n i.s-; ('01111"11. SOo'J'-"IIEI.I. CH.\U'", Kingston to flit: M. IlobmsonViuna i'CIII:: ICLII'1(1Cs'' 1' '
"ill:" 't i nil I- L11, 1'1.\1\ ROF.V I i Span ss, Ruiz 19S3, Santiago QUINA. 'fJ
i'i: 11'1' tn ui.oxrF.iK. Kll'l'KKlIU IIFIIKING, to Gulf Transit Co ce W. A. D'ALEMBERTE & :
t; 'H\\V: I'l'li. .
Secunda Ger ss Correl en, 1309, udncg's tile Best /or 5c.
.\ ,',.. First-Class Grocery. PHONE 1/3 7- t'
:: g Generally Kef in a ( Castries, St. Lucia to W, L. Wittich Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St. ij}
,. .."
.. .o. 4' .. .. .. & Co. of fashions '
."" .' >'./ ..W.->>' .. .. Millinery opening Spring --- it. ,\"
North Sea Br BS, Stephens, 10S8 Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday, .,\tl 1

Havana to Pensacola Lumber Co March 2-t. 25 and 26, at Mrs. N. Bowers
pg-4a'a.-- -- .v --'-- ---- ----------
I: ,- Irmard Horn Ger ss, :Moller 938.i on South Palafox street. DR. J. R MOCK :

': :. 2S2S2EE SS 'i'St George, to II. lUars: & Co ; 1,;
I :, ,/ --l: ;,
/J j Ships. '
\,/- U] See line Trunks. tJ.1
FA SH"\"IN" I._ Carani, Ital ship.Cosla, 14SS Cape our (f j
,. l rn DENTIST. 1
.. ; Town to H. Itaars & Co. Solo agents for the Patent ;
0.( "O/ .:.xC! In;
i Kings County Br ship 2061. Salter, Wall Trunks

... In ..'iqh-Cpsie; Novelties' !' H i i Rio Janeiro to order Win. Johnson $ Son. # ;
fJ ) fCRO'V
., ''. ''' ]I Am ship Kennebeck 1936. Lane 28% $. Palafox Street, % Old Armory Building f

'. iY Siik. \1"1 alltl ; Boston to John A. Merritt & Co. Mrs. N. Bowers will have her open Ptl

\.... .. /. ., Indus Ital ship Oneta 1111, Marseilles ing of new Spring Millinery, Tuesday: AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. : :i1
v ) .
''i:2.S2.SC52S7'5,2S I'fl'(' 'ilttl ('ultuu. ( -"l..J
'- \ to Itososco Bros. Wednesday Thursday March 24, 25 I'nX.SACOLA: TLA.J.axative ir
5'V \ ., i2iilforiniir'r: i-tion tht> Sweilest 'oll..tion of 'TKKTLYuPt ; ; Oddere Nor ship, Stirs 13CO Durban and 25 {
: MlLl'tN rr shown |In Pen.sccla. Every jiud of ) I ;"r.1 : :
: l l-HiaiiK Illau.r! IiHUrinz with it I'"m" FMnhions' decren of "p- \ to F. O. Howe & Co ,. u. It....
%" rr .in Pun, and Hong hon \> (nil.K.\s from Great Bnttun Ill>d ; Saga, Nor ship liana 1224, Montevideo Hudgins has a new label for the gromo Quinine ,, 'ilr..i t
Oft every
""Rt 1-a-biou
ivntersm th< World : ;
.__ _____ f''II to master I best 5 cent cigar on the market . c8. d
---- Cure a Cold InDO)',Cnp m 2 Days 1 ,7V'2/t .... 250 \ IDtt.h.
.r ', : ; Barks. .

: '.. Ut I'lttprne, Hwoll t IHUSs P.\BHICS. i : I Ailvokat Schiander Nor Lk, Mad- CHI'V.....'NO-Sl"i'CF. I -
- 111S- A. C. BINKLEY hU friend
i Sl.S to S8 the pl\lIt'.n sen-, Algoa! Bay to order SEITHERthecaptaln.oweer.nor G. NERI. : desires
I IfatUte :ts Inch all-wool, full-line oonslRnxps ol the I'alit and! the public to know that! be has
_. Hansen, 1043 W
I "Vnl.t 8hlll1. _SOc yd : I Aviemore, Nor bk. ;;, ; feicl la will be responsible
I: \ .lF75vd I I Albatra.siA-lnchall-woul: ,Too qual- ; ; Rio Janeiro to order for duu contracted by the Moved to Room of", Thlesen bnild-

1 ,'I." l-... Unc I' _fly SOcydKtnmin I I \ Ital bit Aniellina SOS Maniace Marseilles crew of Bald vessel V.ttWUMIXO. lug, where he will continue aa heretofore -
Eierln: i ) I
1 .mi d,' .l.ierrnm cni 'llty. I : <> .1111 col(>r.. 5Qc to SI I 25ydMoLalra (lc; to H. Baars & Co. Gulf ('n.. Captmn. Ice Cream Parlors, a general Uw practi"e. ,'F-j :
-_ SIlO yd S ; nsijnees. :)znlt
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I. ,. n' .I"ran I, -.Navy, biurk and ITPHV. : ': I I Carlo P. Ital bk. Boffe 1C73 Montevideo -- li," s. I' da ro\: street" Hot FrenchWaffieswith : ,
l "OrpRt"ID" 50ctoSI.75vd ; !. Fort Harraneas. Fla. March 21. '
I S to orderChristiane .
Gang '
"rlOl( Lnt goailty60c ; -- --- Florida Syrup at : #
\ oilti-Hlack.:o. nnd Crewing : 19t'J.-Sealed proposals in triplicate, a ,
i t I yd '. SI, SI 25 and $1.50 yd (t tt j I Rus bk Johan!?, Algoa will be received until 11 a. m, April NEWLY i! Solomon's.. $:

i r 50c d"rs' f.oSI.25vd I tinbrmJcrt-d: \ loles In most h,'autit(t' Bay to Southern States Lumber Co 2'<\ U"3: ; for contracting one set REFITTED AND FURNISHED. I n 11-S

rul d...'gns and eolnrlne 41-incb ; i Greg:>ria. Ital W:. Olivari, S47, Ten- bachelor oticers' quarters, one wagon 1- E. W. PEAKE '
.III",. : .auu'ul "n- i (In shed Fort Barrancas. Fla. U. S. All KinCs: of Creams Ices, Glaces : :
.11"" tern on- ( to orderLady i
SOeto $2 yd I Waists, J2.25 tO S3P ; I jeriff Nor tk Anderson: reserves right to n-ject or accept any Fruits and Cakes. Electrical contractor and builder, 1 ;
--- i Penrhyn thereof. will do electrical work
1 I I or all proposals or any part your in first-
vV a.>ti ai d UII"at'i im.-hrs! wide 20cyd i !I 773; Savannah to order! Information furnished on application. PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIESOR clan style and at reasonable rate*.
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Ital bk, Envelopes containingproposals shouldbe
w -' N wwJJ -- I Madonna de Pompeii: \ PARTIES. He can be foun at 30 South l'alafoxetfept.

& Sturlc] 791, Havana to II. Baars: & marked "Proposals" for Construction I }
I. .<: B. FORB : Public Buildings, addressed. MaMlaird's Candies!: a Specialty.! Jt ;
euw. Co. E. COLE Q, M. -
: Mary A. Troop Br bk IllS, Walley. Men 23-21--2e::: Apr IT-IS. PHONE EC2. Led.. ir's, t.;: ,-csl f...r "c' 7

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Irate Landlord (to couple who are I CurseDRINK PASSENGER[

A TOT That Will Keep TollingFor HOMEIs taking a lovers' walk on his property- RATES FOR ST. ANDREWSLINE.
Several Day at a Time.
Jfow, then, can't you read?
Here Is that Is easy to make one where health abounds.
a toy Amorous Youth-Oh, yes, we can
of much With Impure blood there cannot ,; or
and that will be a source wad. .

nmu"em'nt! to your little friends when be good health. Irate LandloTben go to the end

you have them at your home. With a disordered LIVER there of this road and read the sign there. i The Penacoh S:. AI

Fire pieces of cork are fastened together cannot be good blood.Tutt's Amorous Youth-We have read it. It I i GulfSteam-ihipLV-mpi. 'V'1

"Private," and that U 'the "' .*
with needles or wires ay* hown says just whywe following schedule as 1 > '.

I Ia the diagram and to the right came down here. I apply between l'tII"iCl'l .. ,* *, '
CURED BY j roints named : U
side of each of the outer corks a
Pills In the Sneet VT and 87."Professor .
small piece of gum camphor is fastened ," inquired the thoughtful ; WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. j sCLlL:1)t-i.i;

by means of sealing: was.: If the member of the class, "don't :you sup Kteanipr Tarpon will t I. D

corks are now placed on the surface of pose there will come a time when all .No taste ....0 odor. Ian be girta in ylini of ] cola every Tuesday n'? t .11 'a'.

tnSTAI OEALTB the water they will turn in the direction -, revivify the torpid LIVER and restore the coal and all the coal oil stored away ;i vater.tea. or(o.'ee wiThout patunt' hOt<'le"ge. \tWbl' o'clock after the arrivu) ,f ;., .
Or *
of the arrow. for several days. 1: its natural action. in the earth will have become exhausted R'bbon Remedy cureordvstroy j I bile train and the P. & \ a( '
Ibe d seat d appetite (or alcoholic stlmu-1 dation train. Thi will f
KODOL <2ises i s what you eat.) I A healthy LIVER means pure I ? l antsnetberthe patient a confirnud I person to leave :Mobile rile *
4 I "Certainly," said the Instructor. I Inebriate, a "tipplwr" social drinker or make cloe *"

KODOL cleanses. purifies i I ,/ blood.blood health. "What will we do then?' drunkard.appetite for ImooMble alcoholic for liquors anyone after ba'l'ean using and reach connection 8t. Andrew at ?tl >""* 4

Pure means ""We shall be I W bite Ribbon Kemedv. :*IS
strengthens and sweetens playing harps, hope. morning 7 o'clock.
the stomach. { Health means happiness. -Chicago Tribune. Indorsed Members
by ofV., C. T. U rAsFcIIt: K\Tl-s,

KODOL cures IndIgestion! dys- :t i j Like no Substitute. AU Druggists.Great i i Mrs. Yoorf'.press superintendent of Wo. The '
k _- pepsla and all stomach I That Settled Him. 1 men'i Christian Temperance Union Ventura passenger rate froi", r ;-' '*
and bowel troubles. Husband-You're not economical. 1 1AVIfe California writes: "I have1 tested will be as follows:
I W bite Ribbon To St.
Kemedy on very obstinate Andrew and St
sturcs. a
KODOL accelerates the action of I -Wellt if IOU don't call a woman I i drunkardand the cares have been many. point*-$6 00; round '-t *
/ Great natures are always : 1 I! In the trip *i
generous many cases Remedy
the gastric glands! and economical who saves her wedding ] grveneeCretly. ; I! To Apilacbicola: :
I j I cheerfully recommend and and (. ,
: In- n _
not of i
They are only vitality,
gives tone to the digestive organs. I dress for a possible second marriage ;I II'd dor e White Ribbon Remedy. Members of $S 50; round trip *13.;

rsieves! an overworked but of bestowal. However great the rewards like to know what you think economy i our Union are denoted to find an economical Thee fares iucludr p .
KODOL they receive be these treatment to a:Jus in our temperance -
rewards I
_- stomach cf all r.ervous I' may Philadelphia! Inquirer. \\ork." cabin stateroim: and n .
strain gives to the heart a full, free are but a fraction of the worth I i! Further information ij; b .

I and untrammeled] action, nourishes I i of the service rendered, and no man AH the World'* n Tolheoarjr Shop. Druggists or bylmail, Ji. Trial package: I I by applying at the cn:: '

the nervous system and feeds the I ought;; to IM satisfied, whatever his po I zw-ltuyter is not an author; he's '! free by writing Mrs. A. M. Towrsend for in the Thiesenhuildi

train.EODOL! : Fltiou or work unless he can feel that a born chemist years secretary of a Woman's Christ- I ----

Is the won; :rf:1 remedy 1: ho is, giving; far more than he is receiving -I Tiz!
i that is making 53: many that a very large part of what S,'zso Every novel he writes becomesa SI, Boston, Mass. l void in Pensacola by i

sick pore! well and wsak; people: : he dues is Lot returned in money, that drug; on the market.-lirookivn Eage. Hannah Bros.,SI S. Palafox st i ifP iI ElECTRCAl! \ 'J K

strong; b'/ giving ta: ther! boaies ah: cf IwweviT successful he may lie on the : : I

1 tis: nour that! is csr.ta.nsd; inC practical! bide he niu,.t still be counted _ I CHICHESTrn't ENGlI'Mv

;: sod they eat. one of the benefactors of his. kind because A fig Difference.Madge I lUng up Pearl & D
8 i Tour tel:r Cia Supply Too.Esttlf TIT.ELES3 D\ Ctns. of the generosity of Lis bestow -Don't you think a girl should zuYvp.! J I if von h!.ve any carp '

The experiment may be made norp al.-Outl ok.I marry an ('('()II\mtullUau: ? I' j-1i. .. '. I ..,k. cal work you want wo&ars '
; : s oVy.: J t.03 SL-e h-U're: ; 2'; times I t to Cii llntt"l irs
the trul sue.which seaj IJT 53:. I amusing !1-y attaching t-ro little fig- I I\oly! -I suppose so, but it's just IL L (>0"--' !..lIm,.a. : t.ftJ .,
rRUAUD ONLY n un, n'i>re\'pntinj a waltzing coui'le to I I I reach riU. ful. being engaged to one. a"-1: i f:) -r..L 1J! -o',,,,,.,,,,,,t'1. ".lI&.PStbrr.'I'! '." ., -'.,j I In.!.!...... i 0..3. B or OL""t.XAo:
I .1.
E. C. DeWITT CO., CHICAGO t the central {lork! or you may. if you I The statement has been made that i 1 '.. 1ft I., .","'"*. "r'rVrr.'.;',/."It...T.t'u'" -L,:'Di r .:*. 1 : tie Tti K'J\; .
j ,
tI I en lever cut out of apor four Cgurcs I prutc acid was made from peach Recovered Speech and Hearing. i| -A\ .. /h* wrn id j'"I.P tl".r.U. J.'rI.1 I ...',, ". .. *\11.u .a m-, ,N'.,1't.;. Sw..attre # 1
.1' .,. ...... I +- -
I of bays and! girls, i>lace one on ttones. This is altogether a mistake I I ". .. ''.;'41_4 I each of tho corks, make them! Join j for although under certain conditions Messrs., Ely Eros.:-I commenced'uslns
John Phcppard Hargis' Pharmacy I! _.
tbM will 1 the main : your Cream Balm about two -- -
Lands and you see a game : a trace of principle of the

iilney Kahn. of ring;: round a rosy that will make j I deadly poison can be found In peach 1 I years ao for catarrh. My voice was !

you dizzy. stones, there is not sufficient to pro- somewhat thick and my hearing was WICKE & CO.

mbnrJ'u..IDIr. The smallest trace of prcaserill prevent I I duce the acid without other essential dull. My hearing has been fully restored -j

A ottlemeiit worker having beeu requl3t.(1 the motion. The hands should be j ingredients.! Indeed without the process and my speech has become quite :

by aiixinQS mothers to address washed carefully before making the I of fermentation there is no evidence '
clear. I am a teacher In town. Plumber
the younger women of the settlement apparatus and if it still refuses to ]I at all of prussic acid In the stones.-Ei- our Gas and Steam fitter

clubs on "heart interest" topics dicidcd work it should toe held with pinchers change. L. G. EROWX, ,

to (],) 1'<1. She talked with the girls and dipped in weak ammonia to remove Granger Ohio.

earnestly, \r llgupon! them the deep any particle of oil. Her!' n aaon. The balm does not irritate or cause No. & South Palafox Street

; nail intriiiMc!<< sacredness of nil !love and Dr. Porter had responded to a note All Kinds
Sold oi: Plumbing and Gas
sneezing. Fittings Materials
by druggists at DO
left at his door 1Iya farmer asking Kept on H& l:
m.trn.ige relations! the coarseneps and The Clever Raven.
vuluvj! Ity of ii.disfrininate! flirtations; rot animals are no nintch at nil for I him to go as soon as possible to sec his cts. or mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren i' SELEPHONK 826 '. "' v"|c, \(',(HA. VI.*

.-1 the! .:'nitnil: growii.g in-ml frr LIhhi. ; the raven's; There was oncea i little boy, who had "a very bad cold." street. New York. I -

.l4 stii.ilinls hare that allowed herself : The doctor took one look at the child
: : aul aciioii! on the wo- I very poor '

ma."N part. Then just a-, she took her to be completely! liuiulmozled. The ra and turned to the mother. C.A..STORXA.. I
;L. ( "Don't know is the its K:nJ Ycu' Hve Atafl: B.iz iJ F SAMUEL CHARLES
'. i! ., riirrisl to her that! sh<' might! I yen pounced at the kveret-nc the baby I you your boy corning; ,

Ii i. I ilked! a !little hit G\L'r the heailsr I Itt hare is fll1l.d-llut the mother drove down with measles V he asked sof ::g.iturw"LLQ!. I t' i
,t ... ..'f.vZ(' |1 i i BOOT
!'. IVteuers.! anti she prnng to tierfpvt lie rascal away. I \ rely. ; ; AND SHOE MAKER

with an a.ltlt'tII'lIuark: Put did the ra n-n cease from trouIios "Yt-s, din-tor I knew ho was," said : ....--...-._ h__ .___ __ *l )

"lf.ise' believe that what I say is ) ? Not a bit of it. He slowly re- I the woman.: i' .L REPAIRING/ NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

I. 'i iv 1', my) dear friends. si"! exhorted! rcated encouragIng: the hare to folow I 'Then what in the world did you bad !I ;:;,;. LI51] Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes,. Leather: Find; 3.
riting l.e had 'a
I ; :': .'-;!ly. ".IIt! please dmi't thiak Itt..u' him up and protending even that I Iti mean by w me very '
f Uiid.T-tiid mJ suije! t. I krowt ,' was! afraid of LIT. In this fashion : coldr asked the doctor. : 014. IOT SOl'rll I'AI.IIOY STKKKT.PHOM .

if led the mother considrable I I The woman hesitated for a moment; BOWELSTHE i
I : I'm talking fli (\ut. ;pirK-1: really uahnpry to a
i then at her husband she said
.111." I distance (rent the young: one, find I

t im.<-e more S II' toot: her 1 seat delight-: hi-n all <.f a 'uhl'n-lllu; before the i with sullen frankness, "Neither "him : JE.. Dmuissox t9 BROTHER
% nor me knew how to shell measles. If Iiaren't retrultr healthy movement of thf
hare had time ymi .
to realize the of ,
i d v th th*' ::lr of general Interest, und danger towel rrtrjr tlnr )yme ill tr *il? b.. Krrp jour

fnn.i the rear of the room cauie the tlt*' trick-it rose in the air flew swift bowel i''hy,,,.,*ittfr- {i.Ami III"li.',,veil
question; Iy buck causht: the leveret in its beak A Mad Ophelia. I'" "t.o"'i no.t i".'rfort*ay ttt kuc .lng the buftvli
'Ih- autll'lre it Patience-Why, sill geve the best representation u*I') take Dealers in
ns. Mrs. S., how many times away. CANDY
h.1\<' jiiu IHI-II ill loveV">,ew York A similar plan was adopted by some of Ophelia I ever saw. I CATHARTIC I -e Choice and
Staple Family Groceries
t.'onmll'rdal.Inrtl<;,'r. ravens that wished! to steal food froma 1'atriIuL1elXCS. <; rf

do;?. They t 'as..lliitll till he grew<) You know Ophelia is supposedto I
Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too to enumerate,
be mad'f''Yes. msny
The Word "Jull,." angry that he chased them from theIKI I
." I I and are Warranted to be the Best the Market Afford and can tie
j On tin adoption of the vord "jolly"Iut. but thkked birds turned i ; I I Relied ou. We can Duplicate any Order Given us During iL! '
; .) the Hnglish! it hud! tIlt meaning of sharply around easily reached: the dish "Well there was a party in one ot I Holidays and will Deliver :Free to any Part of the City.

beautiful as It has among the 1'rench .efore hint and carried off the choicer the boxes, anti they talked lou<.11'uo\l:111: |
bo heard all the theater! and .COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE:
Ii todaj. Tinr.r.glish! dramatist lleau- lits in triumph. to over CAREFUL ATTENTION.
Mie was tho m.iddctt: ; Ophelli I over
1 umt of tlie sixteenth
: \ it-iitury cpe.iksif I P.O. Box 326.
>>ur first mother us "tlie j.lnt! In'." ('onequincea.Get sajfl: my life:''-Yonkers Statesman. EAT 3EM LIKE CANDY J. E. Dubu/sson & Bro.,
'.. I'I'I Pleasant, PalataMi-. I'otent. Tae Ouod. fin 0.>04 PHONE 66.
time, however, it mine to nicau hioiis as many of your friends a? you Ni'ttT Mekcneiikcn.. uf (.ripe. 10,:i, anti 13 trail
wish lut those who More Riots prr 1", ". S\rite fur tree e.iuliul' liuukltto j Iinily -rocors.A .
pet are
ivmirdU-ss of physical I beauty. I i L.-aith. AIl.i...-. ,:3
.t this Litter meaning is probably (d with persons whom you Disturbances of strikers are not flERLiI UKirnv cnPtT.. fllIt AGO or fttir 'TURK. I

rici.t ":11' after nil. as the word! know. One each a slip of paper I nearly as grave as an individual disorder -' KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN

t. t. 'uliUe s ('oiiu-s from \ule (Yu lei. tlie ilxmt 2 by 8 inches, and proctt-d as I of the system. Overwork loss 1\I.I. A. V"Sry
i' CI.rNtiius s<> to speak for lie it : of sleep, nerrous tension will be fOI-1 -- -
kifjwn that what we now observe asf'tirNtinus Kach one draws a pair of feet and
legs far the knees then lowed by utter collapse, unless a reliable (SUCCESSOR TO AVERY I WOOLFOLK. :
day heatlien! ; as as ; foltll'aIof'r -
was a lilitInyL
\\\Tels-1hll\ (
remedy is immdiately employ !
I Coiiipmy
i-ill-il, Yulo. and the Ytilf festi\al was so that just top ends of I ed There's nothing so efficient to'i ', P } IMPORTER A2ID JOBBER OF
.... I K- seen; then to one at
< of i.-iisy d -!iieustration.Yii pass papers i cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys

!.> IntlciHl means noise or outcry your rUl.t, and they will draw a pic- as Electric Hitters. It's a wonderful I WHOLESALE RETAIL HARIYWARE.

pt';iiMisjf III luu,'(', (hanting. ; are to the waist either man or worn- 'I tonic and effective nervine'i' GROCERS.Headquarters

; IHaki! !.;: I'iKe-v in honor of their an. without linking:; nt the pre\ious and the greatest all around medicine: ;, .

J .. K..ini \ :iie. i.n. to jolly the steps Iruwitg.; ; 1V.M and pass around to 1 for run don systems. It dispels! Iron, Nails, Axes Hhovfl- .w 'Till and Hteamb'-at
is'it '1'111'113eb draws far Nervousness Rheumatism ; for | Hnpplies\ Uo jfeiiJRaudHif: : HOVPS Paint Oil
and ,
:' ; -i ioand| | i (.fly, l 1"1lt meaning ret 1'1. once. as | I ,
tho .hmilder m.d fold then Neuralgia and expels Malaria I Window Ola-*, (Gun, Pi-ti '.J FUhin Tackle.
as I < ; pam germs
i', r 'jot Inj.;. Ours ii n risen l.orI l, and
tlrs! the !ame Th' words nre identi- to right onte. and inch draws a neck Only SOc, and satisfaction guaran Fancy Staple Groceries. | Agate antI Tin\varo aim K"iZ, furnisliirj! ; (Hoods.JCSTAGENS .

'.11. !<
is jollities pr.iist-s and tlio"e ..f heathen FANCY GOODS. t! Revere Giant
each writes the of fun Belting, riorthampton Emery
name a I I II
Yule hU h clo>e relation dosimil" WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS [ Wh*,'l < ).. L fun & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kil-
words :sometimes coi.nect the iy or f K-er person and pme.-t's to rishtoii'f. Hot Rolls. at 5 P. m.. lOc j j I '
; FOR WEST FLORIDA FOR THE somiu ;, Iron Kin? and Buck Stoves and Range, Win
Ti.on each and reads the
);t; present with tin- 1' 1--t. oj>ens a doz., at Solomon's. IXo. I IL COUPS in me nud thows his paper to all otlieN. II I i CELEBRATED } Made Railroad Colors.

't I .\ t'hlnfMp JoWr.In Cafe du Mode Coffee Sweet Home

his hook tit '''hina and the Chi- ... W. PEAKE Molasses Illinl and Climax Flour Masonic Temple $ Pensacola: Fla.
: l.ur..I" a IlInn. I
"J nes"" I>r. tiilts: gives a t-peciuieii of Baylels Delicatessen German-Ameri
The nnonkty! lu-t his hold and fell into SO south Palafox street, keep?
Chinese,.\vhlih.. if theourec can Food Company's Canned Meats,
the enx-oilile's waiting jaws liven call bells, wires and all kinds cf:
were i.ot known, might well be ml.I Etc., Etc.
\ ; 01hi:> wits lid not desert him. "1 1ju electrical supplies. Have him do TIME TABLE.
: taken fer American humor.There I I.
work. Call 313.
;>t dropiK-d in for dinner he said: your phone ___ I
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-.t. !* a Chin1 which tells:
with nlll'n.l..'inc suiile.Yale llecord.The LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
t._ how u very stingy: man: took a paltry BUY THE

I sum of money t.. an arti't-pajuu-nt is I IN EFFECT IJtCEMBERIltMfl
larkM of Uenlu
Chris Thiesen
always &xicti1 in advanceand a..ked
""Hi Las the stamp of genius ou New Orleans and Mobile.
him to his The artist at ,
,. paii.t i-ortrait. bruw.Yes.." hi$1 N- E
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once coiupliul with the request, but111'11
_\I'o the of hi CORNER
gloss genius ou ; So.8. l'io.4. So.!. .. I .
? .\\' the injrtrait was finished nothing/ No. No.1. o $
rnt.-'hIeIn) Ileconl-IIerald.: I 1'15: a ii5m 11:01p I@nePf'neacolaArrln Saro a 4:00 I sCsSiJ ,
tf was visible save the hark of the sit II| INTENDENCIA AND BAYLEN SIS. : a 5n7p 1:112 a L<>ave_}'Iomaton_ Leave SmiS a 2iO p p 1. P
ter's head. SEWING MACHINE 11:00 a 4:2p !:56 a L<-a1'e_ Mobile __ Lean It:*n't U:15 n BOO'!
AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT? _---" Ntip: 1:110 a LfoaVl' ...Nw OrIenS_ heave iiis.i p 7:25 a I
""-hat diK tLU taeaiiV" cried the sit One Block \Vest of Palafox. __
Unusually a tackin;: couch: and a
:!_ tor indignantly.Vell<< : general feeling of weakness often Do not l>e ( '('(' 11.v tbo'e who a1' I North.No. .

: "\ ," replieil the nrti-t "I thought;: leading to fatal results after the pa- | vertisj a MM King Machine for KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF I I

n r.iitVtI.I: paid so !little as you paid tit>nt is supnoscJ! to have passed! the!i ?:-.i).iiO. TliiskinJ of a machine can .!. ; No. 4.

w ultlu't care to sl.ow his face." danger point. Toley's Honey and !; l>e Imucht from in or any of our l1:05p m J2:15p m LeaY8.... acola.Arrl1'8 1:00pm 0.1 io.:(jI'DI I.

I, Tar is puaranted to cure the "grippe ]i dealers front lo.0tto( ISOO. SmUI am 8:57 p m Arrlve.. Montgomery ,,l.l'Ive 11:15 am 8\ p is

,1"J eonzh" and make you strong and'' WE MAKE A VARIETY. PUREST I [ I lI LIQUORS 11S\I am 8:011 pm Arrlye_ lrmlnlbBm _ua1'e iam 4,4' p III
The best pill 'neath the stars and 7:06pm $:LOa m Arrl1'eSasb1'.lle _Lea..e __ .. _'
well It never fails to stop a coughIf THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. !:31a m I !!:13 a m ArrIve ....wnlnUle _Leave s15 p m 1:4.5: a ra
stripes; taken in lime Take no substi, 1:'IIam l1l' a m ArrlveCtnclnnatlLeave 8fftpm 11:15 pili
I I The Feed detornfmes the strength or 7lIam 1Jp m Arrh..4t.LoI1I.Leave 4:1I'pm !
I Little Early Risers of worldly! repute; tutes. :
I Inakm, -*!} of 1evingIaPhins.. Tht I
It cleanses the system and nevergripes. OASTOH.JA. I I I Double iced lcdinMnt with Other FOR PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

strong points makes the Aow nome -
4I&r,ts lie r.d oa HassMars\ Bo0 the U,,t Machine So. St-Vatl, No. -1)afly 1 I Noitop where time not shown No. S-Dally ,No. 2-iI'P
and take fct-wing to buy. -
Ask for Do Witt's no I -
: ? ZZz( I I Family or Iedicina1 Use 11:56pm 7:00am Leave,, Pe.niaeola.Arrlve 10.50 pm I 6.w pili
I .
Ill showing the difI .
substitute. r CIRCULARS f'rent 1i:15 night 7:13 II'UO" ___ Bohemia___ 10:87 : SaM '
: ivg[ tUt r i. I styles of 7:1 'I Ynleitra U
I 1034 6.01
.\ small pill to buy easy to take Sf WInrM.whine, ..
easy Mnfti" 'I
1r3" 1:18 _... SIU
:: Escambla "
In Escambia County Circuit Court i we EianufUctore and prices before FOB II 10M i 8.57
and easy to act. but never failing in : 7:26 __ Holat 'IU 10:21 U 6:45:
State of Forida. In Chancery.Emcier I
tl:311 T'i ___ Harp 101 U1
results. DeWitt's Little Early Risers Collington! II THE NEW SEWIK MACHINE! GO. 11:60 M 7:84'f H _ti_ItCltT___ 10:15 I Dn: "
fie II II ..
and vs. I orllsMll.Swedish 12-55 7;11II Milton IIU 10:10 U 6:5
the secretions
arouse asa 1 N MASS. iam j __ II _Good Range..... __ N I 4.M IS
tonic to the liver curing permanent Henry Collington. 25 Colon Sq. :;.Y.,Chicago,Ill..Atlanta, Obt. -*.. tM" 815" U. __. Holti. .. 811 H 4.n
On Monday the Cth day of April A. .LoULSjMa.: Dalla.;,Tex..San Francisco,CalI S:1O" 8'80" MllllganCreitvlew__ ., IIJO 4:U ..
ly. Harpls Pharmacy John Sheppard, 1:11I" 8:11II" .4 .__ ':11 II I'AJ"
D. 1?(I:3. the defendant Henry Collin- I
I ron SALE BY_ N
1:00" 8:6t" ___U Land! ..._ NS. 8.00" 1.1"
Sidney Kahn. ton is required to appear to the bill Punch. Danish Aquaril, 1:28" 11:11" __ MOllY head .. 8- II 1:1. "..
filed against him herein. German Kummel and other brandsof 4:01": 8:110" U ..1Jernnlalt Mprtlll. 8:18" I...
This order to be published once t ':18 II 8'f M _....Argyle.-._....... 7:44 .. l:1It"
Lumber. imported Wines and Liquors. ':40' 8:67' M -Ponee d. Leon.- IfM 7W It 1:11"
2x3: scantlins $5: per thousand. each week for four consecutive weeksin 1:00" 10:10' ___WeitvllleCaryvllle__ 7:17 II 1:56"
the Daily News; a newspaper published Tieee tiny Capsules ire supenonta Here only you will find the N. C. 6:08 II 10:16' 'I __ 7lt.. 1:... "
4 3x3: scantling, ?0 per thousand. in said Escambia County. 'BalMni ;of -.Copaiba, 1.11I II IOSI' II _Bonlfay........... 8Mi" 1.W "
,. Other items In proportion. Call and ICrfeeb 8' Bowen, K&atucky WhIskey. 24 years 8:00 If 10:17 If SI ..........Cbipie7; UII 1:87 It 1:1.4"
us.M1mo.. (Seal.) A. M. )lc llLL.\X. &nI Injcctioas 1:11" 11:07" __.ColtondaieSI 1:18" II.W BOB
see BECKMAN LUMBER CO. Clerk Circuit Court, I They cure tn 48 tours thefict I old. 7:00" il'5 M M _.Mirtann&'I 1:00 Uil -
B. H. BURTOX. D. C 7JlO" limeS M _C'pr-u HIS eats M U.c 'III
By _..a same :L ,,"'!'! .thwi toy 11\,1)0 Valhalla Branch. corner Garden I 7:40" 11:112" .....Grand RidgeArrtTeTRiVerlsactloa_ 6S1 I. hal -
Tensacola Fla.. March Sth, 1903. 'I' wi p'I r ti i nmjGC'STI; ;: 7M" 12 noon: .. t5aeads .... 6:21" :!.
Try The News' WANT COLUMN. March 9, oaw4w. ,. -- street and 10th avenue. IU' UU" ..Lean 6:10 II I lo:* "



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TIRED \ FOR THE CHILDREN Nasal Eliiabethaa Excite Lawt.. :s -4r-: : 41

ALWAYS In striking contrast to the present Doctoring'Free.. 1fJ.

J J CATARRH laws to prevent habitual drunkenness! :'t :
A Boy's Poem. I
were those passed In the reign of Quet' 1S .or .
WilHaia! ('ull'->u KrycntT'the famous .ti",I ,
In aH
RESTED =* Lansdowne manuscriptsIn The Red Cross Doctors Are ;
rzv Doing ..
NEVER .Vm the British museum record that In '
r-i't rJj
TVis the early a;:e of ei;lit. Ills father wasa Elj'a Cream Balm 4i 1594 orders were set down by the lords This to Introduce Themselves. j"

out from hard work or bodily '/11'11rr' doctor l-t-ng also! fond of the cieanseoothesandhesi tf. \ 0 i
-r. fared ; very and others of her mtljl -t.r'S privy coua-
and rest is the remedy, but the die i-ed membrane.itCnrescatmhandtjrtce. Three Month's Services Are Given 1'-tlt: : f1i.
natural \ ", study of botany, and bad accumulated i- eel for the reformation of the great dis- ,
without physical : % ; ( t.
C1 15 01:1 exhaustion ,uer'r" 'r quite a complete library of volumes away a cu.lll11111: heai rders committed by the excessive Free to All Who Call at Their Of. 4'L't;,,> it.,.
' feeling-a ean. "
never-rested J
a tired, -- i. evoti'd to these two subjects. Young l.ucky.: number of 31.-1Iou"'s. which tile justices U
tia! il s. that is unnatural and shows = _J fr TCW HVi &Vis5 fices, 111 West Chase ,: it.
,v 'ut work Villiam was a great render, devouring Cream Balm !II placed Into the EOsM: ,spreads were ordered to reduce. The publicans Be '. }!
; disorder is threatening the health. One of the chief causes oft over tl.e ttembraLe and ia sorbed.! Relief:: ua. //t!
iS to to the -. ;
: were coiiipt'Ilfd give
veryiking: that in Lis1 and tween Now and March 21.
***&ys.tixd. n<:verrestcondltt.on" is impure Llood and tad circu- camo: way medhAtalnhlaenN4,3tlor.. It U not .byidoe 'lq 7
constable of the the and
parish name
Ait the body is Dounshednth rich, pure blood there is lack of or mre very early explored the contents not produce tneezin;. Large Size, 50 cent at Drug .. j11 tr f
jjs business of one who lrequented A 51 afT of eminent by.i"IAn* and cur !
It:'::1, \ sP''J3 of tins library. Thus be was Introduced gists! or by maU! : Ttnl Size, 10 CcaU by mail. every goon. from the I.Vdfros: Medical II Institute .. r, '
frrcee Fo *ou* I auffered with their houses and were forbidden to .r.j j-
over yelll'l general debility ELY BUOTIIERS.M WarreD haat th solicitation of 11"
Strcenew TortTo I urf..t a large
t" ir"eveAktIieulcausing a thorough breaking down of my system. Myjuipaired to tIe study of nature but It r. ,,r
number ot
\* have any games played therein. On I pittivui* nud r tbelr care In ibis f4f
iff': '; and couim, who had been benefited by 8. 8. 8., told me was the subject of death, with whichhe country, e-tatilnbf a permanent branch Lt'ti! fN."c
: .iuuabout u I tned u and It cured me. I heartily re- Sundays no persons dwelling within a o( the Institute in tbu at \ 'j
rsJ ( Tcr occurs commend 8. 8. 8. to all who may feel'! the need of a was! confronted in the medical mile of the public house were allowedto I city f 'j 1. .
Settle the Qa .tloll.
r the 'stcmhoroughl7 good blood tome. Youre truly, works, which made the most profound 111 \Vest Chase Street.The (
'.t MR8 JOSlE A. BRIT'l'AIN. lie was engaged to be married, and enter except substantial householders r f .t.
t:1p't Tti ins -ninui, ncr41 W. Ninth St., Columbia, Tenn. Imll\'t' <:ion upon him. So deeply was traveling to church, and then only t1 i '
every cue knows how the engaged man eminent gentlemen have decided to 1 ;
_,rf3 indigestion, he stirred by its oonsidtTatioa that heeIJUlIJ talks when he gets a friend cornered. for a reasonable time to refresh them- give thrir oervictri entIrely tree for tbrra J'jttJ !i .

p';5'' j, r c,{ appetite strength and energy, and the hundreds of little <;ed a o'in. for which he coineda "She Is the loveliest and best girl that selves. Curiously, the chief complaint who 1I'0ntn.\n\l'hctnt'l'Sceptl'dtoallluvalidl call upon them for ) I' ,".11 f )1

ailments we often have are due directly to a bad condition name. calling it 'Thanatopsis, or a be asserteL"Sure against publicans was the "brewing treatweni"J'r .j; '

(r-"l of the blood and circulation, and the quickestway \"iewof Hcntb." ever lived?", tbe friend. stronger ne! and bw than Is wholesome Between Km and March 21. {i.

'lIUb to gt rid of them is by purifying and building After 1 leaving completed it. why we Inquired Chronicle. .
You don'tdoubt for man's lOlly.-Lon Thee servIces consist not of l I., 1 '
;: "Sure! Of course I'm sure. only con- \
: ) up the blood, and for this purpose no remedy equals (li> not know, he JM\ not show it to any sill tfttton. examination and advice, but also t.: !

S. S. S., 'which contains the best ingredients for me, but hid it away In his fathersUtI. It, do youT'"Certalily cf ininT surgical operations. .. W t,
friend Tbe fj.
replied the object in this
not. purtuin course 'I 1'J
"tJc=LlooJ and toning up the system. It is vegetable blood; purifiert.f IioulitU he sii forgot its "-n.n'( Acquainted. Is to ItftoMic rnpmiv and t> >r nnall.f aequainted 1'f I 4

: irabined. that enriches the blood, and through it the entire system wbl'rt'ahlut for soon afterward lie hastily, "only""Only "- "\Vaitcg in the hank directly: In front wiih the kick Bnd attlclt'd.II lid nn* I i
.It what? Ueruoc-indittoBs will any cbirce whatever' .
; r'
.-.:SJ and refreshing sleep comes to the tired, never-rested, body. left home to study law and then to I it's all riht: but I'd of me was a charming woman of twen- I be niatletur Buy cervices nnder for three ; jh1 j" i 1"I.I ;

65: THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA practice profession in a neishlioring "Oh. suppose ty or so who was having her first experience 'months: toalt ilo call btforo Mircb 2l<-t.Thedootcrs WJ; ,.;. -t I,.
like to introduce you to Dobloy.Vbo'sI I trtftt all forms of disease and : I :
own, never Laving disturbed the coni- "\ >obiyy'"Oh in banking; ," paid the merchant deforniit'rs, and guarantee a cure In everycasethev ;1, i"t l i
- -- - pdsItha.II'ln1lme the North. as! he lighted his cigar afterluncheon. I undertake. At the first interview : I" .
NOTICE. another friend of mine who ft thorough examination is made/ and. IS i ,
TAKE Fort fiarrancas Fla., March :D I, ('. Hovlow had teen started, and I)r. told me yesterday that he was encased: : "She was asked the questions I Incurable you are frankly and kind'y told : J'" i. I I'I

i I ISO:!.-Sealed In lr 'f\nt.\ h.-ii-i-enii! to fin.l the "t'tit iu usual for one who U opening annCLouut boalsoalvietlaeutnstepvcdiugmou'y toruflesi ; ;, .'
'" : -, corccrnC : proposals triplicate to the loveliest and best :girl; that ever 'I treatment. I.
r a >! I'Or.b.ll'! <>t !iiUc k, sent it to the Uer address whether .W "
j n-imt, Male and male weafeiu", catarrh and t''I
will! be recc-Ived until
." 11 a. ra. March lived, and I'd HUo! to have you two pet >
all ResoluT
this date ,tlitor of tlu new puMiu'.ti I lie was married singli' and her father's and I catirrhHl dratLe-; aNoa.'eoi'Hle.! rui- 'Ii: !:. Ill.
2S. 1Q'J3. for constructing five cisterns. together; and settle the mattt'rCblI ture.gottrecaneerandsli diseases of lbs 1
t : mk. Excursions Qr Ml-littil with it and t-huwttl: : 1 it to the I'osL mother's name. Flie! got along; uU ris''Jt I rectuni, are poiititcly cured by tbrir new 'r'R.1t I .

..*s to whicn an adnis-:: I Fort I'ickens, Fla. U. S. reserves well kii'vnrifle.. Iticlmrd 11. liana.Ie i until the clerk a>U-d: : treatment, ." Ut t'. '
f:,t. : I TheIrch-etas.nelatesnrg.nnot Ihot instltut" :
i. and sirm'ar notices, '| right to reject or accept any or all I InlllI' .iatpJ! excl.iiiii'd: : 'You have Wctteni Cities Lively. Iot\.e'r's maiden name, pleaso.' I .. ill buin pf.onal rliarge I ',;,. .
5 : proposals thereof. Information I I'Dlces :No.. in Weat < hut> Offic 1-1'
or part I'm '
any uuili-rbtand
1 don'tiite
'< l No this side: hours,1
M-en inip> c upon. one on The f'astl'rn'l iter finds the cities! of | 1'T
d I for at regular!] I furnishoj Envt'lopiM T 9 a. in, toT p. m. bunda IOa. m. 10 1 p.m.PAftKtR'S ..
1\ on application. I.f this Atlantic i. Ciipable. nf writing the northwestern const brimful of life, afruiO,' she ...>!.! hi'-i Ia tiitg! '. I ; 'If
containing proposals: : ] shouldbe J
t. I uch vcrviK." 'I reailtittr mtitJl'r'Ulme! when nu -.
color, sljrninVancp; r'etiin-s.iue' .
marked for Cisterns .
"Proposals i \t.t"
: !. exphlned the clfrk. .
Rut of wr.rM It ")" 'n iMMf.w knownthat ami. though the forces which have she v.'as a rr '
.addressedV.. 1L COLE. Q. M. 1 :
T' T ,:;' WANT COLUMN. I I March 17, IS, 10 2'!), 2 0. 27. this famous and inimltaMo! po -m. combined in their making: are somewhat 'How sm\rtd! I Ut-ow? I don't like HAIR DALSAMfvrver
1'0n'lI known mill dear to nil. the .imilar each hItS u dhtllict char- imiiertincntr. ':ir! How sUoul.l I know? i itht t
"' "'
--- equal of which it is claimed has! never actor and individuality.! "IJvt'ly," a I diJa't know her when she was a 1-=irl. Fail* to lies to re OrcrHir J
-? to its Youthful Color. ,. -
Leel'r ttc1 by one so young, wasrompoced well! be applied The Ides! Are you trying to make fun I -- Cw.-s.p4..i& hair t,tLi_. J. ;.: i 'J
. f; _. ,, .. ; word of the \H'st. may ... ,
d l Dm ,
1 .nJ. .
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.. l'orriml'S.
sirNov. .
r 2 \L..A by : Bryant Ix-fore his of m;, ; I' t .
1. ; :..-.::;; f'JM' en every young to tarm-a sort of brisk; activity youthfulness .JI 'I I, ..' I
from hc 1" hen he ..
ui'On''>Dav.rrjV'" ? **** .VJ. X.s'ymri: ** fees. 25c leparttstv >meuti< was : tusune. They have the rather .t
C. > hut l a boy, less tlmn liir.etcen years of unusual capacity of loins bi;: things 'it'- j t,

::::::::::: ace.-UolH-rt l>. Iluckham iu American and talking abuut thorn lustily at tbe Doors and I & 'j t 1 { t-

D. HALE WILSON 1ky same time It is the cry of the street ,

corners: "Just watch us\prow. See us {
Window Screens dl
The KuHnlotf Place.I j'ettn to the front."-Hay Stannard

have to go to the Fussing I'lace la: ii C < -. '
Real Estate and Rental Agent When I'm very bad ; 'l' !;turjHemute IfAVEOl.T THOt.'OIIT OF \\Itt ,)

And mother has such a sorry face It.
JSJ4 '
And her eyes look sad. .- t
i-: South Palixlov Street, Hut she say''. In Just the firmest ton, Kind idy-IIo'.v many ere there In
"The boy that twoS<'s must stay alone." the f.lluill'lOSiJ" yourself? : COMFORT'IlEYAFFORD? JtiiJ i
1.EFHO\E "0. 243. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA When I have ban bad. rci .
. -- Little .\nle- I'cur; mamma, papa, Get Prices Now. t t ,.1 .

At first I pretend I do not care, sister and a distant relative.

And I hum a tune 'That: is only! three. The distant: relative ..

Classified Advertisements And air.walk ot quick with my head In the Is not a mcmlier of the family," 11.1] G. DeSilva & Co. i I ITolophcu1o

But pretty seen (ih, ye, he Is. lIe is my brother." tt l ,

--- I Wgln to half the Fussing Place "Your brother? Then Lo isn't a di i? :

ONE CENT A WORD. And to ue there seems a great disgrace, taut relative. 11 ,r ',',

So I stop my tune. "Yes ma'am; he is In tie rbilippines. I \ J '

LOST-HIack and tan dog answers to AnJ then I think cf mothers eyes, I ."-Kansas City: Journal. I

MONEY TO LOAN name of (Charlie). Scar on left hindquarter With that sorry look. The Star
And soon I think It Is time to surprise "'001<\nf.1 Hie Trouble. Laundry
reward if returned to residence Her over her book ,
"I suppose you'd like to be worVb a
( I ronable terms and of L. S) I hunt up a mie and put it on
I ..... Williams, North (For I can't come out till!\ the frowns are |i million dollars'! she sujrgi'stt-d. Biggest Busiest Best I

): \\ I nULLARD, Uaylen street. gone). i I "No. mum." replied the traun. "It ,

: 1' i L'jvStatrs. i1 13-If. How happy she'll look! I 'ud bo too much trouble lookiu after

\. \VjJco! ; )ianaRer.3'i The Fussing! Place? Oh. It's where you're tin' money. All I want is t'jtt' ; some

-- WANTED. what's worth million; dollars
bent f.-ller a
When you're naughty and menn. I I shall I'lXivide fer mo.' Cil'.Iao I'o&t. :

\ { 10 LOAN \YANTED--Good nurse immediatelyat And again there you must stay till you're B KX! They Speak 1 ; :

II of S, W ZOIJ ;;oi West Chase. nilGtf And fit to be seen. I
It's up In the attic or under the stairs

I, ..iue kinds s pri.of WANTED o YOUNG MEN from Or And Stan.)d b.un you one ftc of nuau the kitchen! chairs, I CASn IA foi' Them I elres :

\ S' f, :. ';.i Juuntet', Escutnbia County at once to prepare ,

:. "' jV,: : \ .-:. .\. .\. Kjjhei for 1'ositions iu the Govern Eut It d.){ n't matter much where It Is, For InfaD iildren.
2m U ment S' rvicl'. Apply to This old lv.issins; I'lace. We let the l'3.irtr' Collar
The Kind Ycr :
Inter-State: Corres. In*t. For the viry spot that seems so badWhin .ways Baugt and CulTs W3 Launder peak for /.

Mil) I i' Ki l'>.v.\-\V.: U. ilerlI Cedar Rapid*, Is.d&wlm y'tt'rtiI disgrace .
Is nice trough when jou're loving and Bears the1l1sel ve". They will talk loader 4 .t -
I I. Money to .
I tru.-- I theIf LLaL we can. We want to judged
i ''I i' r- i- ili! i ic lOt interest
So Its not where but how do, .
you arc. you '
". -' > ',:-iy.I! Oillce 112 and AX'fl'D-AIl: kinds of empty b -er 'I That m.ik-s It a Fussing 1'lacc! lore oy the work we do than: by .

I I" -.. ,", 1 IrrI'j i ..trr> 't.i'.Nr'i bottle S. A. Friedman. n9-tl -Annie Wi'.is McCulIough in Youth's what we sav. .L .. 1i

Nt : I H > i.KM:: I II
"ii unprovedr '
WANTED-.Men to learn barber filld .e /or Be.I .
i1! *' ii. ir/e or small ." j
:,1'i i '- t l Iw i itiof interest trade. Special offer lor short time "" -('-r-,' %- -('-* I ALL WOEK c. o. D. GJCd3 Called for ad Dfccl Free

GirU and boys, I.eda1)! ) girls Ilon'tallow
l'I.!I. l K .
: i' i"iik; ;attorney Tools, tuition board and Saturday
.5 s.: l't.1| ifox :..:t., Pishtt included. Positions yourselves to get into the habit 1- iOPEN TLLEFHOKE: 114. 27 GARDEN ST. -. 'hit '
1 I.-. StiilmV that many trrown i>eope: !have of, when

-- teeii. Particulars mailed fiee. JIo- railed tIlt'U for nn e'llillllOlIl.f '*iiiK-l>mIy \V TKER INGRAHAM Manager. 11

I'\' \ I )' : '.\ \ ) you need' ler College, New Orleans La. or something of whom or which they

'i i c in borrow VI -, -- --. -
( -- --- -
\ .. i .it t'Hliy on easiest any, mil-tt.: inwardly I disapprove, drawling out p1LING) d ii11d I i = I i

:. S i At rati' anywhere NICELY furnished rooms with Lath "V-e-r-y n-i-o-e." The attempt to hidedisapproliation LT. J. C. VAN PELT. 4 -

1'iij: ; rue city real envy (a fault to which

\Vi.i. Ft-!htr. ::U4S rl'ltl\. $ LO: and $:?.OO' week; with good I poor human nature is smlly prone) and I AN PELT BROTHERS 1

: \ board $;;JItJ week; central location' several other disagreeable! thing under 1 WII"& ,

-- 2i,; South Spring street between the thin veil afforded by those two I

IiI' ". ., I, ,n.w rn.)1Iry. in- West Romana and Garden streets words Is most trlll'plrellt' I .. s.J GARDEN STREET GROCERS, : : '

I iri- your property Hotter tell an hoiievt faKfhood if I
: ,.5- nf title, buy orS Transient solicited. m 19-1 m. -- 'leceived S-cce the Holidays a Fresh Line of .
nay: UM the eipres'-Ion, IInllll't'\.rtl

..S.:.,. ri hI\'a tit: property rents colatLIId of- 1XJ11FOU'lsAJJ' &AL.E. ,I emphatic, approbation than to employ, I W at & STAIND FANCY GROCERIES

: --- - this weak, half way one which is soeasily 41g (U. n .
ixi's : to, :-The most desirable! I I
1'1 wt-n through.Or ; .
; );:. ( \Vat:' &l I : ,'H and ln-urai lOB in the city on ea-y terms, by lietter! yi-t, come out boldly with I Fruits, i all the Ddicacacics of the Season. '
the Fi-her Heal Estate Agency,
'i' Fla. Char the truth. 'Twon't stitig; a bit more I
: v -ryoittt wh) buy 'M.f) South Puktfox. 1Sltn than "v-e-ry u-i-c-e.-Detioit Tree I Our Goods are Ar. and you can Always Itchy on Getting the i -/ari/
-- -- -- --
'. ,\ S *- will lend' money FOIl SALIJ CI1BAP.-Roll top desk. I'ress. REAL ESTATE Bes. ';st and Cheapest. : .
hllllJ i'U.e. SJtli
a .
new. Leslie J-:. Brooks Fisher liuildmi ,
---'--'- -. ;:;;mlm. The \ cry \\or.t.Fanny's No. South Pelafox Street.

"'TC LEN. hAIR 'H-o. mother had company to tea VAN PE. BROTHERS

-- .,_._ with whom the child wasa ,
a gentleman Partial: List of Desirable
'i.l white pi.intor; ---------- --- Dwelliug'El

!'"iinds! ; Answers MIN;, SARAh nEmEbnuflc great favorite and at whose requesttl.e Rent in Various Parts TELEPHONE. 231 31 EAST GARDEN ST. 4
ttirer and dealer in Hair GoodsHats little girl was allowed contrary to of the City : :

\ly name on collar. : Toilet Articles, Hair Oil the Keneral rule to have a seat at the I I33.0C-Ja-story! house containing 12 rooms .-- S ,.

> : i" rons are warn .-etc., 321)--We..t Government. street I table. Imring the progress of the meal ; ail niiKiera aid lower conveniences floor, corner bath lot 011upp.'r

,!, t her. Reward the little woman was unfortunate nice yard and shrubhery, raid... out :

.:urn of dog and H..I"ellll-- 1 tnii..e. enough to tip over her bowl of bread ftrett.H5.UO bouses. etc. No. 714 East: l.alJua '
I ROYAL\ 'ijDr\\ llJSI1EYB
.. i'il for evidence I } HOr&K: at Wheeler! awl milk The disaster was so appalling -S-story boarding bou... containing 6.
IBO..U.I''l Mr--; )Ir". that she settled back in her highchair j I 25 rooms, known us the i'once rte C
i I. u-f.'Km. I l.eon house, :\o. 1M Lakt 10'.endt'n' %.
... : < ; !' All the and ga&il ut hit set-med to her cia itrcet Years Old in Cases at S3.20 2'
_. : FOllREP. {:!\.(*>-A d..lrahI8 2-stcry modern dwelling per
-- c >::i'i.-: 'I i i..j at very teasouabid uttor ruin. At last, as if the full extentof .
7 rooms, most ilesirftOlesection ot the
I ran.No. -.hern tourists will the catastrophe lm*l just dawnedhlpQIl city on a corner on the street carline ILL] -

H > I >. I fi-rf :!L,11! i .:' ..1 place to -ptiid a h T, she drew a long; breath and o. iti! North liarrelon.l: street ri WIIISKEVi-- Nelson Co.

I -- P'trtinii of th'J sca on. linlm IJ'Jl-J-.argtt: 2-norv: dwelling lu rooms ., Di-'tlllery, and is -d in wood .4 j 4
"f Keys. Owner I __ said, .\ul the best tablecloth tIO-: fronting '1'"llll'l"jUlue0.3" East
i Government tret.J30.00 before bottling.. It I ab.olut nd not exce 1eS
I I...' callinf at ,bis lU: I\-AL. New York Tribune. -Comfortable ntwstory modern lltd in quality by any Whirt the same age
prniierty aud ow'IIIDK,1rOOIUb..'very derlrable section ,
pay- 1
no matter where produced. lae Royal Standard
of the city moated na !North ;
B. I.. DIAMOND the tailor, has
MTtfi removed -
Two Thousand I'len. Kftylen between Strong and DeSotostreets. U ei;;bt years old when bottled, and, considering 441S
West Government
to llz its excellent quality, is tbe cheapest, wlii keyiu t4J
-5-- I "r Ht'lli.FI" &street oppo-ite :Kxpres-s office, A man who lisped wanted to put two $ rood order with =

... where he Ii! prepared to clean repair sows and two pigs in his neighbor's I Brooms, three doors from tbe belt _ the market: at that price. As a beverage; and as! !Ji :
-\S.-i-. bnildi has and water stimulant there is none better .
pera hlu..e line gas throughout an absolutely pure J4x'
and ladies' he asked tLis "I
and I
S press! gentlemont' IK-U. Tin way was : No. !North Uarcelons street.
T ; nll in containing no mark whatever to
l""r one 't% Shipped cases
ltorl'.a I toilor inades'j'ts.! l6j31nlllOl'l'llaIHolI" have jutht been! purthatbliig thouietbwine i i20.GO-l-9tery: dwelling rooms city water
S "in iloor threeollicej. indicate content If purchaser, examining ) J.;
i hatb, gu, *itt large corner lot, :-'o.
ft-h: U : two thowth and pigth. Iant tll rj West VVrUbt street. the whiskey I is not satisfied with the quality be j

-----S-------------- to put tlk'in in your pen till I can fix a 115.70-1-story a9.piling. d rooms, newly papered can return the tame at oar expense and money r ,
- -
LOST. for them. The neighbor remonstrated and painted throughout on
will be
ILALF'M.tNumbrellawaker,315louth plaitli belt line So. avKast: Gregory street. j

---- Palafox: street. Re-cover- explaining that his i>en 15.00 -1-slory! wateranrt bath -F-. All orders should be accompanied by either ..

-r ,. S. :" 1UAYCD.-Dark bayarhs. lag and repairing of umbrellas and wouldn't hold :'.,_.o r-ics.; "I didn't thny ;beautiful rooms, bait thade lock trees of,' Io around. 7"S with East fr-tIGuT'rtARsoL. '- ,- currency, postoffice money order bank draft or express j9 'i

parasols! a specialty. Silk covers two tbouthaud pictb, but thowth and Cl'r\"aotC'lltreet. 7u# money order. We refer to First National ,. .
: :: ; About thirteen \ 415 East Oreeo- Bank or merchant in Pensacola.
alwctyj on hand. Jan 3 pigth.: And thus it went on for sometime orydwellinftVo 9AL any
June about three : ry street,5 rooms newly papered and .
until the lifi>er dtrlared that he painted. I
:: !":!lars and f.fty cents Dresses made from $1.50 up. Other thowtbaiultwopijth. tllOOo.. U East Belmont street. -room :
but two :
C.'KJO ptgs,
meant not S. A FRIEDMAN
COtla e, CUT water, newly painted _
'r r.-turn toN sewing as reasonable, 2'J South In perfect order. ,

!'.::O\\\, Millvie.Li ,,;. Spring bttweeaVet Romana: :and UOSo.l-"o.IIIU North Alcanlz strbet. a Dell
: house in good order with 5 rooms. I SOL PROPRIETOR PE-iS.A<:OLA. FLA.
Garden streets. m9-lm How to Renovate Stalnul Floor. $10.00-11:0.: East Beltnont street city 7i
.. :S cottage newly' f
Three I.oHl"lliu"'t.'d oil and two water a neat room
,, ----- parts painted and renovated tbracghoui: P. O. BOX 41H. nI.E'IIOSE: 179 -
.' ill: 'au\'Itpd-b.lcked Tte ;::fet way to ccan n plaster parts spirits of turpentine make a pol'i, S S.oiv-.No. Eat laUua street a neatly 'S nisic:: -5k' .
', Wi that not only polishes\ but covers ; papered 4-room cottage in good condition ----- *' ,
S 'k c'titliuing hllI1l",; fast I Is to cnvrr it wIth fuller's eartli lance lot. city water.A I wiIIa.r.n. .<*
-. indelible cad tap; shabby: places so that they are scarcely large list of smnller dwellings as well 4A raoMAN.., ...- tivr
wrltf-11 in diy whltln! wrap It la c of stores atd offices Rut KENT, -'- l. h* ndl every cl"' cf Liquors! sold In U
.. well before as a number -
: KvarJ fr the reR. doth nr.d It':!1'it for pcvcrnl days. noticeable Stake together --.------ 1'i'tk '>r bottle wholtsile! r>r retail, at r ice8 thai '
tU"f'. R. or E. using and apply very thinly or it THOS. C. WATSON & CO.,
t.. r rusb tie powder away carcfuKy: and I p. ; "r 9 wiy down. .,
.5 r J. K.: Cleuimt. No. with It will be removed cuch: It not will be difficult to get a satisfactory Leadlcz: Real Estate. Ronialand Insurance _j .
r IrrJ falolox Street. % AGENT: FOR THE FAMOUS PABST 3 Ef'.I IS.
on.l. 24f-tf Agents, 1 -
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i .daughters who have been here for a FEET FURNISHERS FOR
j Stood the Test. CASH ONLY-
:l Has 'short while will remain for a longer ...

visit, the guests of Mrs. E.O.. Salt- .
I ,

There U a fara*'ar erpreS.'n c it marsh. i tAt
i Miss Ruby Johnson of Pine iI
Truto, like goldasth'Mthebriektrfr"w. n- Barrens I
i :&<:t." In like inane a tae teems oft.. >OD and Miss Augusta Shrives of Marion, I WITHPRIDE
t .rCK" I.aKlng Po rJr nUn forth nio.I, -!1aar Ala left on the noon train after a Early pickings of the finest Don't be extravagant! In tea. i
rjtb "' petitlee t :aa'SGo
< a:
when comipared
i;, !: LUCK" produces tl-e lUttfst, nthoriums a' I month's ,visit to Miss Mamie Ward ot plants in the gardens of India Bay Tetley's and get the best

tae c. L- .
I bread.andL dp:1n'rc.J to Gadsden street.lMET
; I ... and Oylon. It's delicuus and the most economical at
; ; I aiuerat the lowest pie at UcU a tfconrasbJyenable I It
:: baking jowiler caa be sut 1. Ijtta' Tetley's Tea. once. WE CALL YOUR

w I
Richmond 1'ir2inia.i -- SOM. THEY ARE:
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Lieut. Commander Quimby : an .:
J gave I ; __' y <0.0,0; : ITY THAN ANY
elegant: breakfast to a party of five yllw\\ d111i > .
Willie ".lams, a negro L. & X. i .
: lcste ray on the Texas. .
switchman, was ground to death be- Z $3.50OXFORD
r Lieut. Louis A. Kaiser entertained neath the wheels of a switch engineat

: I J at tea aboard the Illinois yester I Goulding last night. . . .. ''I I neW Orleans Grocery i

.-' !. day. I Williams was in the act of makin SOLD.
a switch when in some manner he
: f The officers of the Indiana enter- i i fell under the moving train. JAMES McHUGH, Prop. f WE ARE NOW DISPLAYING THIS EVER-POPULAR CX\ D ,

'! 'ained this afternuoa.Lieut. Williams was horribly mangled his -
I :
\ I head having been almost severed I II j jI 20DfFFEKENT
I 0
j Chas. J. Lang, KasLjnV.. K.
I I from his body and both of his arms i i ROASTED COFFEES
j t U'urman, Paymaster'illiam J. Lit !:I off. I
: were ground
!: i.-II ana Captain tarry Lee, entertaind 'A
; i I I His remains were carried to his ,: )t.SD.i STYLES.
at a most delightful dinner last'
: home in the northeastern of i
i : j
i.iht! to a charming party of seven A ......
' the city, froc which place the funeral I i i BLENDED TEAS t f -
r 1t: i t i'! U.! s aboard the Massachusetts. Thee il
i w occur. i
+t i decorations in MEYER HOE"co.f
mi- were cxquiiite I !
,1Hliams was 27 years old and
!r I i,iiik and white carnations and ferns. OUR SPECIALTIES. ,
[ I loaves a wife.
: dainty: smilax twining among the Jijjg; Wolfe! empaneled a coroner's 4)I I Feet Furnishers for Cash Onlj.
perfect appointments The menu cards .
; Ii .
; 1 jury this morning. They viewed the I en :
wentud with Massachusetts 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.I .
cap "4 i
? body and adjourned until 4 o'clock j I I.LI i
bands.and the place cards were decorated I

this e\enmg. g "
wit II gold eagles. The panic-I i i

t pacts enjoyed event thoroughly this delightful -. See our line of Tl'llnl.s.1. 6I -0- a .. 'I I THE NEW $TORE

I t Sole agents for the Patent i W 0) 1 'I' _
fc-" *-"
| i -1 i i. mi m uiLvr>-rurXjrv- jWii jW
.\ charming party of ladies were i Wall Trunks. Q ; -I :

entertained at breakfast oa the Isla Win. Johnson $ SonSELLlHCUpR w 6,A-f :a i I|I & WHITE GOODS. .g,
de Luzon today by the o3icers.: ,
01 A delightful chafing dish party will z 1 r c Just Received.

r; k,f',,, A delightful; chafling dish party will C ITt I[ 500 Yards SHORT END WHITE MADRAS, MONDAY, Special pei' aiJ

I'. i' from the fleet. e | I . . . j''t 9 1
j; ON SUNn i

f. Li -ut. Spencer Do'igias! entertains ro D | & NEW WOOLEN FABRICS.MISTRALS a
Ii f aboard the. Alabama tja'.r-ow i en rr ep

; 1; iax; at dinner.Miiib C\'ll'1 > c z .4 11 'U : ETTAMINES, VOILES, ALBATROSS, black and leading CM

" : IS CHARGE AGAINST TONY c -1.' 1 it2 ors, per yard .49 cents to $1.

- Jalia Lee gave a delightful WOOL CREPE DE CHINE, black and colors, per yard 9S ce"a
::1 i 1. chafing dish party 10 a few officers''; AQ 1 I,
jI-, F.urday night. J I r O & MILLINERY DEPARTMENT &
I ; .2 .
d :Maj Gen. He.uvood- of the marine Tony Le\ante proprietor of a Muscopee '- .- 0. ; Our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT is in charge of Miss Lucy P' nterI

;I corps accompanied by his aid, Capt. : wharf saloon! was arrested last I I '. CRADE GROCERIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL i I who will be pleased to show the ladies. the newest things in headge:

Linnard arri\e.l yesterday all went niht; by OEcers Sanders and Hay on I. I

11 'j'. to the navy: yard and Barrancas out I i the charge of selling liquors on Sun- I i Feed Stuffs of All Kinds. .."JI. : & Domestic Department. (*:

t ail inspecting tour thio morning They ;j day. ly request of his attorney, 'I'\ CONQUEROR BLACK COTTON Something New. Special 11 yarc. f: $1

"\!'cct to leave tonight. Scott M. Laptiu, Esq., the case was PHONE 105. i Best grades SEA ISLAND COTTON and BLACK COTTON at 5 c 'is S
, continued:: until tomorrow.
'If :Surgeon: Gen. Hi\: (' is here inspecting Three men were found in the place I.. IeNe.0.e...N....N.i..........NH.O4 yard.

: the hospital.- when it was raided and it is said that -- 4 Boys' and Gents' Department.

I there is sufficient evidence to convict
Married at the residence ofV.. J. the defendant. Three bottles of wiiis- vac tOO No-Name HATS, $3 quality, each $'SJ

K'mp of this city at
March 22nd, 1903, by Rev. F. Jones this place shortly before Let'ante was SPh iGTMOOi UNION-MADE OVERALLS, per suit. . $' .0 t

.Mr S. .J. Ellis and Miss Correue Tew, arrested, were on exhibition ia themayur's WOOLEN CRASHES and FLANNELS: the best line in the city fi $ 00

R oih> of Mississippi. court th.s morning. to $12 . . . .

I Try The News' WANT COLUMN, I ...
fit The Indiana Hand accompanied the j j - "
I >r' ops tr.iia the Massachusetts ,1) OUR NEW

.: morning..>..sic that rendering has been some hoard of the in Pensa-,... LOCAL FORECAST. I STOCK OF MEN'S, BOYS' ANDCHILDREN'S CRAY GOODMAN & RADER.

Fair tonight and Tueday; light to CLOTHING, HATS,
"y .'t.Iti fresh northeast winds.NURSERY I r'A SHOES AND GENTS' FURNISH-
; Mr. P.V.. Wilson;: <>f Kiveroide.U A INGS. THE LARGEST HANDSOMEST -

!\ : >bridge ('olinty"Irginia, who hast NOTES. j AND MOST COMPLETE IN

, hcen visiting his s-a. Mr II Hale V.'il- WEST FLORIDA.WE .
The mother urcs>in? brr little ones I :
-;uu, left for Lis home today. HAVE BEEN
chd u.1! alaconsbine! <'njfuit with r
tli- ,. I MARKETS FOR GOODS TO "Fit Well-Wear Well"Trousers .'
!i :Mr.V.. \V. Thompson, trisurer of Ildo'i. ht of preitau"-; ,
I To relieve fararl.e in children bind fyZ1. PLEASE ALL, AND WE ARE
it t the Louisville and Nashville lea: on I on \ ; .
a I'.n; La; of hops\ moistened with PROUD OF THE FRUITS OF OUR ". '
ihe noon train today in his private I .
lioi'iiiir:; water iml keep it warm. EFFORTS. YOU WILL FIND HERE
Krt \
car accompanied by his wit?. Ills t.\ U
{ __ Let tie thiMrtn aide to run about. GOODS AS GOOD AS MONEY CAN We admit that then \ 'r
. nh ron.p :l1I.lll.1Y outd,>rs in roll wt-.i4h- | 3P
:{, ESTTER: : ( r. hut do i:a take hem fur lung: slow : wt TIONS OF THE custom tailors produ.'.; ,. : n

,t walks.: I : OP CLOTHING, SUCH PRODUC'I trousers that look asJl t 'l:.,= t )
: For her children than she had. I'p't the little secrets of c-Ulilroii. a .'
s I
bt-caus-e don I yamHATSDUNLAP SCHAFFNER & MARX, as the new "R. & \ /." \
They will!! do it they i If tlu-y 1 hi\'t' cuJ.cvalmctiL worrying: I A

.,i think carefully, hat parents who give them will! hc n-r make them tell and I HEIMER, FISHEL CO., AND SAM Styles we are offering. "' /'j; ,' : -wi
coLeo to children reap their own punhir. p.uU'iitv will 'i-fibaWy do itsi*ork.

L ; !<.:! >nt ia the p'liiy. sickly looking A small Luiicb of alorl>eiit cotton l FOOTWEAR HANAN, DOUG There are no better ..

;:ltt\ > liit'.e! nnos I, makes n "plo'I.1.c1 ponder puff for l>a- I LASS AND CROSSETT. trimmings, labor, style or I ';
.' ( br's iiiorniisfr '.:atli is desirable, as
, Many and many a child has been: fit in made-to-measure '
a it will bo iiiiv-arUitl for a fresh outof- \
started on the road ta disease that tin-t-r than a rt'K; ul:1r puff would be.P..itln AND ANCHOR BRAND. goods. You have the advantage /I'' ;
ended in doatli. by beius;; improperly
1 > the children in the forenoon iflc STETSON AND YOUNG BROTHERS. ,
I fed and shin coffee! whit is a ranks jx)..:-iil! ; if not, an hour IN-fore the COLLARS AND CUFFS-CORLISS, COON & CO., AND with our garments ;I' i

poison to many a highly! organized (,\ "..h:;: HIPIXt'n'r give a child n i of how I '
i s I I EARL A WILSON.OVERALLSH. seeing just they : I
human bcins;. bat'i fur at h-ast an hour after eating
;; .\ lady of Atlanta (!in sa.\s. ")IylIlIlhl'r I aid: newer. take a child! outdoors immediately S. PETERS' FAMOUS UNION MADE. look or fit made up; the / j
4' : was a case to the whims of after its l>nth.MMlutS foremost trouser makers :
\I' her children and let us fat and drink I sl."ulll.trn how much sympathy WE WILL NOT TALK PRICES NOW. 'i
n uieai.s t-j tin child fldldrcii's in America guarantee I' ;'
nn.thin'I' called: for.- particularly ,
: troubles ,; trivial to us, ,I,
may t'l'm't'ry
fi she us coffee and lots of it. pair so do we. ; ,
gave J
I but are \'ITJreal to them. The ALL WE ASK IS A FAVOR AND THAT IS THAT YOU WILL I : 'r
t|? I rl'UI' delicate! uervoiw. hilfsick ftrlhig! that "motlier will understand'' I CALL UPON US AND BE CONVINCED AS TO WHAT WE Our prices suit ;
mlst'rabll''bfu I was \.
1 is a )lIIft1rtill;; belief to many rown.I SAY EVEN IF YOU DO NOT BUY. your needs, about as
I 1 about grown I began having serious up (Lildreu.
: I important a point as
'y spellsith: my heart and my ('ontli,1 ,

r. tion became so bad my friends decijod Soup'aral"b.. any after quality. ':
"JI '.I Tic! care of furniture woods is an exceedingly : JOHN WHITE
1 could not live Ions At |
Interesting part of the Intelligent ,
consultation of physicians one of ,.. housekeeper duties. The daily ii

doctors proposed tnat I discontinue I light dusting must supplement the PHONE 225. 205.207 S. Palafox StAn .
"lIt tt
r iffiw. This was years ago before !> wotUly rubbing; if the"-in this!

; I'IISI.:111 was discovered. I quit then i instance not desirable) to be \kept' t SS JOS. COLEMAN

coffee and in a year or two my heart aw ay. As a rule the use of oily n stor. -- ---- ---- --- i ,
Gag es is to bo deprecated. I'nless applied -
.\ was perfectly well. CLOTHIER
$- -
by a tireless arm and thoroughly Extensive ,
r. Set oral years later when I had a Optical Institution.
rubbed In and thereafter the piece of
i home of ray own I imagined that the tI12 South Palafox, .teat. l.cuacula, Florida.A -
furniture kept in perfect polish by a
stimulant of coffee! might benefit me. Easily Tired ,
daily rubbing the oil is sure to form a Eyes. -- ----- -

so I started in on it and in a few days crust sooner or later, which is gummyto
Neglect ot thIS Condition Invltei r>u
the old symptoms of heart trouble re- the touch and not pleasing to the Protect your health by removing the strain..ase. GREENHUT & CO. JJ

1'irm.d. I quit it and took up Po tumKooil eye. Tor this reason new furniture A'e Examine Eyes Free and Recommend

Coffee for my miming b(>\(>r. I LI should lie kept Ill long as iwit: without t Glasses only when Absolutely Beneficial. ,

I age and the heart trouble disappear! the application ,of such restoratites -
Furniture :whIch bag been flnLshtnl THEO. BELLAMORE .WHOLESALE GROCERS,
ed. I find PoMium aid my digestion: I ,
with shellac or varnish, :jhether
:, + and has helped to build up my whole in glory: or dull finish should never be r The Only Refracting Optician la the City

I system cleansed with soap or water. Soap Is r _r __ phia.Graduate of rarli, (Franc) and Philadel- Nos. 102, 104,106 East Government Sty PENSACOLA, ELL

I now use It throe times a day and made to cut oily substances and in the .
give it to my children with the Knowledge performance of the .service for which 28'/2 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. OLD ARMORY BUILDIN6. ;- Hudgins' new style "I label for his Scent I

t that it is a powerful delicious it is made it eats the oil out of the Note-Beware of Spectaces Peddlers.. Room 9. FOR LUMBERCall cigar will Interest you.
waxed: oiled or shellacked surface Ittouches
instead of
J' JjijuH a pernicious oa BEEKMAN LUMBERCO.
poison." Name given by Tostum Co., and destroys It. If you want your business to bej f f Try The News, 10 cents per week, for estimates before placing Try Gnnther's Candies at

Battle Creek, Mich. Subscribe to the News, 10 a week. known, advertise in THE NEWS. I delivered._ your orders for lumber. dl8-lm Solozuon'i.

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