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Creation Date: February 3, 1903
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VOL 39. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY AFTERNOONS FEBRUARY 3. 1903 NO 21 .

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nCKINC ECZEMA MAY BE PRETEXT .1 I (From the Atlanta News.-Reduced.) SULTAN WON/ FIGHT THE OLD RELIABLE .:"t tt.I".f,*,jt! t"k'



FOR \WORLD'S' WAR ? AFTER HARD BATTLE ,: '- f. .- :--j'
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President Castro Talks of the pO ,t.i'' ; :"' !J .Qt'
Pretender to Morroco ThroneIn 1 :
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!;j;sf1t! Relist! and Speedy However, All Peaceful Means Are ,' SLAUGHTER WAS'VERY GREAT. Lj i .. !("'J}"

Exhausted His Will:I Not } ., .' ,
Country / Co-operaton: at a Critical Moment of .loJ: 1

C C3;;:s Afforded by Give In, but Will' Fight-Refers to the Eeni Curean Tribe, Whose Detection GPO.J '.1.!"... ; .t.. .

Honor Among Nat.or.s.: Sultan Had Previously Purchased p "4k'" &,'1 144R10U t;.'
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New Yck, IVb. 2.-The ll rald's ( Won Fight .' \ I ,

::,_,: ': :Jp, filillilleilt an Pills Caracas correspondent quotes President Tangier Feb. 2.-The features of .,,'\Ir'I",: : f

Castro as saying., in the courseof rt1>1 rf
i:1.i AU Else Flls.C0FtETE the sultan's victory Thursday ever the :.i I -. 'Il '
: e an interview: 1. POWDER ::

"I cannot grasp the news from forces of the pretender Bu Hamara, r )

Washington. 1 fear: that the Venezuelan show that the battle was stubbornly .

tonilict will be made a pretext f contested and that the former's success Absolutely Pure .r _::1'I ,., .

: TREATMENT, $1.00. for a world war. I have answered was largely due to the cooperation THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE ".'.!

however, the demand for preferential Two souls with but a single tit )ugIt, at,a critical moment of the Beni -1

treatment, as follows: 'The Ourean tribe, whose defection from _ _ _ _ _-_ 1 r;.,.I :
A _onzinsitchiug: and burning of Venezuelan government desires equal Two hearts that beat as one. the rebels the sultan had previously -- ---- I f'' .' ..'fl, j

i, as in t-cniiu; the frightful treatment for every creditor nation, at purchased.The '
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!' .?: iu p-flriasU; the los of hair the same time Keeping in mind and artillery of the imperial forces, 'WAR OF : 1

,tmtwt: the 5c;\ll', as in Sfull4\ : respecting its prey bus diplomatic QUESTS OF DEVONSHIRE.King I which were commanded by the minister ,, .
agreements and obligations.' ROLL OF HONOR. or war, El Menobhl, consisted of '
the facial disfigurement, as lan :
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i I'f infants and the anxifty of claIm absolutely perfect, yet the Chatsworth. -- sultan's troops opened the attack earlyIn ,
blockading seem to desire to the morning and shortly afterwardthe ",
.:,t parents as "m milk crust, tf ti powers New York, Feb. 2.-The king and Convent school-For the month of ij '
invalidate it This is a strange pro- visited the Duke and pretender's camp was assailed In

.I -alt rheum, all demand a rem- eduro, indeed, whea you recall that queen Duchess today of Devonshire at Chatsworth, January: the rear by the Deal Oureins. In WHAT IS TRANSPIRING AMONG i .i '
of almo-t superhuman virtues to Senior Girls-Misses Louisa Bie-
the French Belgian and Spanish says a dispatch from London to The spite of the surprise and disadvantage

,fully cope with them. That claims already have that solemn sanction Tribune. bi hauser, Maggie Mae Hatton, of the position the rel\; stubbornly THE FIGHTING FACTIONS. j I ; : i j jI.

I: ira soap, Ointment anti 1'ills are which the blockading powers pr< :: There is probally! no other place Maggie McIIujrh, Auuie Wahhe maintained their ground and desperate : .. .

imh proven IJCjolhlnll doubt. end to be desirous their own should in the United Kingdom where royal-1 Ada McHugh, Emma Boghich, Ka fighting! continued for three hours I., 1,1

v; .nieut is made regarding them rcceh tie Cu achs Leon iuina. The slaughter was wry great The '
ty can be received wIth so little troa- It was a dininct surprise yesterday : ;: : J
not ju-tificd by the strongest "Yut I am boxful yes, always hope- ble or preparation: inasmuch as a complete I Senior Boys Masters Tho. John- remnants of the rebel army then in 1,

".. The purity ami sweetness, ful. Mr. DOn has cabled me tobe set of magnificent state apart'menta son, Gregory G. Jiina, Manuel broke abandoned the camp and fled when the Colt succeeded : 1 :: '
prudent and patient I shall be in the direction of Tazab. The Imperial placing men on three of four vessels- < .1{
IHT to afford immediate relief, is kept for this very lurpoe. John tuiuty of speedy and permanent both, and we will exhaust all peaceful Much, of the furniture at Caatsworth | Brown, James "U'alshe, Geo. Hil- troops are pursuing the fugitives which appeared oil the bar, including ', '
means, with the undemanding that and if Bu Hamara Is not among I '\
the 1I1..olut. safety and great is of exceptional interest, and amo: I hard Charlie O'Conntll, Fauna the slain his Is one of the I I largest of sailing ve'J! ,: -; .i
when that has been Cone we will not capture confidently
hare madethern the standard to the former dukes of Devonshire as .
:u'1' humour remedies of thti give! in, but will fight gifts or perquisites of office. Thus I Tonart, .Mallory Iliera, Paul Riera.KindergarteuJtonMises expected sels to enter in some Time. This was 1 'I.

: "We have concluded that if there is the state bed is that in which George ; Hilda HI Menebhl is pushing on towards the British ship Rhone and the way rIri'.1the i \ X t
affii-tcd parts with hot innternational T u.ut, Blanche MelIu4h Annie Tazab with the of
no honor among nations nor virtue II died and the chairs and footstools object entirely i t
I.rl0:11':\ toclcause the agreemnts we must de- served at the coronation of George III. j J Ainsworth; Leona de LiRua: Ladle. crushing the rebellion and punishing Colt placed Captain Clifford ,' : .1l
and scaliM! and soften j f.
tMtirlr.-' :; ]>ry, without end oursel\es and to insure tranquilIty while the state music: room contains i Yniestra, Katie Haities, Katie :\lot-1 the disployal tribes. He reports Le aboard was a caution. '! '

i l I :.|.|ily'utii'uraOiiit- wo must take possession cf Trini- magnificent chairs used at the coronation t:1. Gertie Roche. Xannie !Sweeney:; I has found the rebels much more numerous Yesterday afternoon it is told, the l ', .. 0 ,

::1! itching irritation Cad and other adjacent places from William than crppcted but that he cap. .
i : ) y of IV. I. ,71a Roeheblave, Mildred Roche- Kwasind and Colt lay: oil the bar '
which with the con er.t of unfriendly tured all their ammunition. ThereIs
1 MHitho and heal, blare, Eva Hall, Julia Johnson, war > .
i' : -,'vmr forms take powers, filibustering expeditions havetarted .HER FEARS PROVED TRUE. great rejoicing at Fez as a result andCaptainMaloysaiiingtheKwaskid *?: -,
Mercy Hatton Lettie .. .
Martin Flor-
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.. \ :,.-.f' !set is often welter in blood. ida Wallace Geraldine Touart, \
1. 1:1..t torturing, Georgian Killed! on Bstn Was Native some humor in the lonely 11:0:: i'!
) Frances Brent, Maggie Holifleld sperse f f1C
', "The Dan Kigh. which sailed from St PAUL'S ROUGH PASSAGE.Big .
'. I ,' ,1"1, of Augusta. '
*. ', i r scalpI England, anJ the expedition under the I Annie Mooney ; Masters Harrington wait, for vessels to appear on the hor ,
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I I -. \' .h K s cf Lair, Augusta, Ga., Feb. 2.-An \ssorlat'j ;
\\h.u.t.1: : i ,,'. command of General Canb-Vidal ed Press item from Vallejo Cal., gives! Johnson, Robert Diaz, Tnomas! Mc- American Liner Is Delayed' by rizon. The prow of the Kwasind wag P" II;|

which sailed from Trinidad landing an account of an explosion in the engine H ugh, Roulhac Anderson, Dudley Stormy Weather. pointed toward the Colt, and the ", :T' .' 1
arms two weeks ago at Higuerote McHugh, Lloyd Blumer Charles .
of ,
room the United States war
New York Feb. :2.! Tho AmeriC'an1DPr f"
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: breeze, fillinher canvass, caused
would rest England as much as the Diaz Robert O'Brien John Swee- : :
ASHORE ONOUTER ship Boston St. Paul arrived here from
\lal-ama claims if we" had equal It stated that Lee Baker, aged 23, ney, John Johnson. Southampton and Cherbourg having her to bear down swiftly upon her 't : j

rights with the strong. of Savannah, Ga., was killed and that Intermediate Girls Misses Olivia been delayed by extremely bail weath. opponent. "' ,

BEACHSTEAMSHIP his mother is Mrs. Jennie Baker. Council, Agnes Baufell: Lola Cu- er. The steamer left Southamptonat About the time the Kwasind ;' '-' 'Ii!
ALLIES' CLAIMS. The item was read by Mrs. Ed Hitt, .
achs, Moditte Rosique, Florence noon Jan. :24 and soon after a crack '1
---- of Augusta, who had a son aged 23, nocutl.T.t._ was found! in one of the cylinder caps. crossed the Low of her competitor j ji

-- Eowen Willing: that Powers Shall Re- an expert machinist, In the engine the loomed from the .
Junior Boys-Masters Clyde Bicker The defect proved so serious that i biship; up "
ceive Preferential Payments. of the Boston and her is .I.
room name '
lARCE REPORTED Herman Hall, Thomas Mooney Captia Jamison decided to have it southeast and then began some i .
Wa-shinpton.: / Feb. :2.Minister! Bowen Jennie. .
is w :II'g that: the alliel powers These coincidences of age and name Roscoe Thompson, Willie Merritt repaired before proceeding on the voyage. pretty man l1vering. l I'\ ';
After a delay of F) hours the I '
BEACHED IN HFAVY FOC. shall receive preferential payments of aroused her fears and she telegraphedto Dan Reilly. engineer made the necessary repairsand The Colt quicKly swung around 'I i

thdr claims against Venezuela for the the captain of the Boston with the Junior Girls Misses Annie Apos- : t L .
-- the steamship got under way and made for the vessel. The Kwa-
periol of one month, pro.'Ming they sad result of learning that the name in tie, Josie Hollihand, Hilda Bicker, the Needles r
again passing at 10:23!
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I .- : ;i' 'T:. Jilut a large team- aocejt the remainder of his proposi- the press telegram was2in error and the Katie Connors, Mary Cusachs, Edith o'clock at night ind did likewise I and when both t. .I j

I-r! ion :and agree to the immediate lift- dead is Edward S. Hitt. cf Augusta had neared the approaching ship .
mi the out-ide beach iooske, Elmira Rupert, Ella Rupert The St Paul arrived at Cherbourgat : ,
lag of th. MockaJ". lie informed therepreentatves ,.
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instead of Lee Baker, of Savannah. and Annell 1:47 o'clock of the of Jan- each of them small dories.
:t-; ui 'c. t''i-.t (,f the entrance of the allied! McCarthy. morning dropped ,: .
powers :23:: too late to take on passengers. She
di '!r. The rumor was: telei I.ere to ths: effect seve-al: days ago, fanned by adventuresome forces, a 4.4
CAR STRIKE IN WATERBURY.
Bring all the children to the"fleetnickkule" was, theiei'ore, obliged! to wait for day. 1
", i t. ::11,. city tl.U morningi hut has not jet receive an answer. tonl 'ht. light, finally passing: out of the harbor dead pull was made for the Rhone'I I fJ-

i \\':in :,1:'ton, aud :as the veselktt This important fact was developed Companies on Guard Ready for an at 7:52:! o'clock in the morning. and Capt. Clifford of the seceders assumed .: I" I 1
totaIt: )' tl r announcement from another BRITAIN
: AND MONROE DOCTRINEShe
".. be stuck some miles quarttr that the allies might be Emergency. From the channel she ran into stormy charge of her wheel. tj': I. ',; .
Conn. Feb. 2 With
Waterbury, weather which was continued throughout '
t-' ;' n't* lYing station details induced to modify their! demand that companies of the First and Second Does Net Like Captain Mahan's heavy wefterly swells makinga This victory placed Colt stock at a 1.'., "

:- '. "I i'':' to obtain. hey: be paid before the other claim- regiment, the Connecticut national Definition of Same. very rough passage. After leavingthe high figure, and the men charge "I.l ; .
ant nations: to the extent of contentIng of New York Feb. 2.-England does f r '
in various
guard, quartered parts Guarantlne station the St Paul
I I' longer doubtful of her sailing
--.it-J: that the alleged dis- themselves with are no
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preferential treatment
not like Captain Mahan's definition ol
for call
the city, ready any emergency "anchored off Tompkinsville. State f '
--. \ -el is pactically loaded for: six months or perhaps a jear. i on account of the trolley strike situation the Monroe doctrine says The Trt- Island! : and displayed two black flags, abilities. j:

'Jr.nibles the class of steamers There is no indication as yet that the Connecticut Railway and bupne's correspondent in London. Indicating that she was not under com. Judge Reeves will hear arguments t ,_,Ion
they will consent to cutting this period Lighting company officials reopened Captain! Mahan distinctly says that nian.1. She remained at anchor about '
this afternoon. :
writ
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.Y from :Mobile In the South to month but owing to the
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their.JInes for business this mornIng. the United States will\ not, and does 20 minutes and then started for her I '
I. -i l. ::tral American fruit trade, which France and the other The first; car was sent from the barnsat not accept the burden of American pier. Hon. W. A. Blount appears for the ., ,,

: Js H,' t" the hour of going to press claimant nations are showing regarding 5:30 and the traffic was been under -i responsibility and It is taken for seceders, and Hon. J. C. Avery for .. "
the of their interests in I .
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granted that Captain Mahan speaksfor '
way on all the lines. MILES' VISIT TO WINDSOR.
: aj been received noadditionJ Venezuela) it will not surprise the officials No disturbances were reported. both political parties in the Unit- the plaintiff .'

::.J,,!'.!:lliou. htro if the allies yield still fur One of the companies of the national: ed etates so that his utterance is Lieutenant General Pleased With His The one great virtue of Burnett' 1' {

O'$. "IILe i imtr ther.The guard was sent to Maugasuck this more cr less official and that It Is not ,
heaviest and most -
Reception Vanilla Extract I 19 purity. It is rea .1 f''O
situation Is somewhat compHoaM by King. ;
morning and will be quartered th redoing given to the world except after a full
-:"* : !, fogs which has ever been by the action of President Cas- i duty at the end of the car line verification. The article consequent I London, Feb. Lieutenant General vanilla extract and nothing but vanilla T'l"

::. : '. tro in cabling to Washington that he : ly causec ; extract. Always use Bur't. .
little uneasiness
'rted to have prevailed I from this city. Up to 8 o'clock the a especially Miles, who returned here today from swit's.

H :t. -uif: today.and: it is just prob- desires that all claimant nations be ac. other companies reported here last) In view of Its bearing on what Windsor, said to a representative of .) _ _ ':
j'f fGoldrIng's
1;'.' :' Mtice no light could be dis- cordo the same treatment. This message night were still quartered In the buildings Lord Cranborne rails the "Venezue the Associated Press: the ; ,. !fJ
saloon at
No. 3 :
': ,i t. hip lost its bearing and from President Castro was received where they spent the nighLGUESTS Ian mess." England, however, has "The king received me most cordial. t. .' i:
in Washington yesterday and Mr. cordially accepted the broad principleof Union depot since its opening has "
: !b.' :M beached. ly, recalling pleasant memories of our ,
Rowen will become noted as the place to find }q tj
at once acquaint the allies GEORGIA SOCIETY. the Monroe doctrine and: there Is visit here at the time of the Jubilee ,. -
I'.i-iicr than with Its purport.REMARKABLE. little: danger of a quarrel between the the best and purest brands of liquors ti .
Gold. I and spoke as friendly as ever of America. : .
I w # two great Anglo-Saxon peoples over its to be found in the city. You: will 'j
i* troubled for several years Governor Terrell and Party In New lie showed keen interest in the Jf ,
L:, l : 'uic indigestion! and uerv: CURE OF CROUP.A York City. exact Intervention. far east on which subject I was able receive polite attention and be made .'it : I'
"; !I. t t. ry: ," writ!'!! F. J. Green, of
r.., New York Feb. 2.-Governor Terrell to give him Information. Altogether, welcome. 1t
"'-I I. N.H. "No remedy helped Little Boy's Life Saved.I Want Consular Service Improved.New ;
,' "' ,:.:.1 Bit of Georgia, accompanied by Mrs. York Feb. 2.-A whichis It was a most pleasant-visit
: began Usiug Electric have few words to regardingChamberlain's matter The finest line of umbrellas in the
: a say "The king said he hoped Uw prince
the
of '
w dol Terrell Clark Howell president
did me more good than look
It now engaging the earnest attention city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go
: 1L! dicine I ever used. They Cough Remedy. Georgia senate, and Mrs. Howell, memo of the British board of trade, says TheTribune's : and princess of Wales would be able at them. I C
: ,1\' ',"" kept my wife in excellent saved my little boy's life and I feel bers of the governor's staff and theirwives London is to visit America. Nothing, however,
.. correspondent
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..: f..r years. She says :Elechtrs that I cannot praise it enough. I Representatives Livingston and the question of improving the consu' is definitely settled." The finest line of sterling silver r

I.t'i: ".. !troubles are just splendid for bought a bottle of it from A.E.Steere Griggs, and Senator Clay, will be the lar service and the system under General Miles declined to discuss goods and silver novelties is to be *. I
; that they are a of the in this either the Venezuelan or the Philippine found atJ. I. Stephens'. Pricea to ,
: I:..: '. 'III'and invi orator for weak, of Goodwin, 8. D., and when I got guests Georgia Society which British commercial attaches .

!..', 1 w ,. women. No other medi home with it the poor baby could city tonight and agents are appointed to foreign questions. please aU.OYSTERS. -
I I: -l' The party will be entertained by a By what the general terms a "mis-
take
> in fami
ItS place our hardly breathe. I gave the medicine countries. This is understood to be '
.
I: fry them. Only Wc. Sitisfac'I. until box party at the theater and later the take on the part of somebody here" AT NIG APOSTLE'SFine ;
:, ':. '' as directed every ten minutes the first move in an attempt to bring
: Tunteed W. A. D'Alem- Mrs. Miles was not Invited to Windsor
by and his staff will attend the
t' ;.f. l Li j South Palafox street. "threw up" and then I thought sure governor the country's public system relating to castle. oysters today. Try them. j
of Columbus ball in
death. We Knights charity
choke to
he was going to trade and commerce more In accord NIC APOSTLE. 3 -,
had to pull the phlegm out of his Madison Square Garden. .
If of busi.ness
with the wishes and interests
!you want your office mouth in great long strings. I am general I Evidently the cry fora TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY We are the only furniture J
that if I bad not got that
Jttrntshed go toMarston 9uilln's. positive IN ONE DAY Take: Laxative P.rorao Quinine Tablets
CURE A COLD
'! bottle of cough medicine, my boy TO minister of commerce is beginning This signature 1fJl IL on every dealers in the city who carry t.

They have an ele- would not be on earth today.-JOEL Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tableti All to bear fruit bol. 25c. WlV41lI a compute line of china .
a1/t/ Iowa. For sale refund the money If It falls to
linc of roll top desks DEMOXT, Inwood druggists .
ind ojice by all druggists and medicine deal- care. E. W. Groye' : lgnature Is on tch Sample bottles of Dr. KUmer'sSwampRoot Hot Rolls, at 5 p. m., lOc!I! cases and sideboards. We
cJuurs- box. 25o. _ _ f
ers. them fur cash t
liver sell or on.easy .
the great kidney, doz., at Solomon' ..
O. M. Pryor will sell you furniture and bladder remedy are being distributed -
CEMENT at payments. MarstonfyOuina. 'ii
Fccy'kidney Cure arpORTLAND than other house in here from house,free. Have .
2 .50 barrel. A V. CLUBBS, cheaper any ,
!.qIl f
per 3 tHe Qest far 5c.
fc tkc3 kliacys and bladder right. Corner Bra and Uarden Streets. the city. you received one? ndgins, '-

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THE DAILY I .PEN8AC LA. FLORIDA. TUEBDAYEBRUARY 'e08. e

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.q,,"': Annual Convention:: : Meets In Cincinr.rti -

wtit: 153: Delegetes.Cicciscatl .

Feb. :2.-The annual convention
f'f of the United EreweTY'ark..

4 ers convened: tciay when 150 delegates

from all ruts of the country

4t 1.i 'J Uf" '. were present.

The committee on credentials re- ,

it port2d favorably on all the delegates, for Infants and Children.

nxcppt the 14 from New Yak, who are -

not accorded seats. The delegates: Castoria is a lianulois substitute for Cantor Oil, Pare

i had: np one contesting their seats bat gone, Dr i)s and Soothmjr SjTiips. It is Pleasant. It

it was claimed the! unions which they contains neither Opium Jlorphiuo nor other Narcotic
that the Mib-taiice. Jt destroys'ornts and allays; Feverishness.
represented were not loyal
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i-:: It cures Diarrlupa aid "Wind C )lic. It relieves Teeth.tng .
:: ;:: New York locals had attempted to tt
: Troubles and cures C\mstipatlon. regulates the
have the American Federation of Labor f\tuIII\'I and Bowels, givinf healthy and natural sleep,
i S annul the charters of the National The Chilllrcil's.mccaTllc Jlotber's Friend,
United \Vorkes with viewto
Brewery a
securing recognition themselves as The Kind You Have Always Bough

the rational organization.
The sessions today were spent in 1 Bears the Signature of
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discussing this matter and other reports '

# and in hearing: arguments on

....., a s Acts GelUyIII ; the jurisdiction of the engineers, teitndiivtrs ;

.' .', .. J 'Y' and other unions.

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> ''"'" "....., :% """ .J." ,"" ., THREW KISS; FELL DEAD.
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... c'{ R r.'i .;.f.; jIJ. ../ .<....: >i'. : i-:: \0 V. cts Bertef iclal II v.- In Use For Over 30 Years.

..,.i.J'\,> \.11'f: !" )"!" ,, ./.L: ':\:.\:. '" : I'i Fatal Honeymoon Trip of Bridal Pair .,."r CC.T. V .... M' .' \ ,, ; "
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I ..: ':F\;,:' .' ... Denver Col.".. Feb. :2.! -With a Kiss --- ,
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\,-':'1'... .;:r.:"r'-' -- of his: hand to his bride: Vanallen Nck.erson. .
/ t' =rr .::j Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and thsellinformed a Wall ...
////.oJ street broke and a W. B. WRIGHT GOfflPflflY
./ .. 'f..rci t'. to the healthy because its component prominent New Yck {clubman turned ,
.' /r ', :-\ l' ."'::' "" '" ::} \ parts ore simple and wholesome and because half around and fell headlong: : deadon m1&

?: 'Z..i?:\(;_ '; ::; + v 2;. :;; it acts without disturbing the natural functions the walk in ficat of 1313:: : South MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN

,...: -.... :--. / .:'..{, .:: ::: ... it is Fourteenth street. Death
fri. .: --,- -d ...:....., -.< ::. ... as wholly frcefromeveryoi'jectioraR: resulted :
r .I of" .f,.w4. quality: or substance. In the process < fmanufacturing from heart failure. rat f LUMBER, LATHS,

." /"''. /r. .. ;:": I'If1.1.w'lx---/o.I: : a fits are used, as they I ate Mrs..c4elion! saw: hor husbandfall. / I! I; *01'
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.;:;; .: q.' : :.: iiif'I! ::; \ pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal 1 She thought he had fainted and .1 I SAIEDGTPRESSSeiHGLESflllBmifcpPEXPACOLA.>

I t' ?;: :/" ::H:{ mf \ ._ virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained ran cut to see him When she raised L "**
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: his head: and saw that he .
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':: }---,1- ;1i ':1f1 'i ": //:;- :7 from an excellent combination cf plants her was dead F.
: grief
her
t".-St..." >". '" : .....< .. -i.j., '..."i"1 I / /II known to be medicinally laxative anJ to and sob"lolE'Ltly.caused: to shriek aloud I .
"; i5\-It ... :, I if ; ... act most beneficially.I)
>1 :. lv. Mr. Nickerson
; was married la NewYork
'\ 7: ;:: -' ... J .l r., ,, To its beneficial COAL AND WC ODm
pet
l. effects-buy th.
:j" ;
.>>""\,,, ;.':>'C\ .. .. ......--- ( / :-"": !1 last September. The couple
.; :,: '" "';t1 ', ,-.,..,' : Fi i genuine-manufactured: by the have since been en their honeymoontrip
.
,\,.!.-. ,:. ."_"- :"':i,,'!t .\ .'\\, t/
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:., .. ':i"&:;(.- ...." .1 that brought them through theYellowstone WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY MUCH LArGER TRADE
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'I;' Co'. .. .".'....... \..... : J Park and
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'!fo:' ". (._/ Denver, theArizona THIS WINTER THAN EVEK IEFCRE
'6f'o'':' !'I r' "1 '

5'.f' .',:fJ. :t Ni week ago: canon they returned and California to Denver, and on a SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW
--.I'f //t'U' IA
.:_ :,:, ;: .. -, ?; fOR! their way to New York.
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::/ #,' .. :.,:l'r. }ff -.... t 4 Thompson Olsen & Co"
'.,..I" l'";'.c..r.1': ,. :.;.;;".fl... r' Mirror and Picture Claim. ,
..:' :1'.i :.: .\V?.: The best way to clean mirrors or any

;i"f.. '",;4. Loulsvill San Francisco. Cal 1. glass such is that in picture frames Manresa Street, Telephone.. .!47..
.ti> ; Jt I" e, K y. new Yo..k,tt.Y. -
.:. is to wash them lightly with a sponge
....\,;;.:.:- for said, by all drui3ts.. Price.fifty cents per, bottle. and clean water then with another ESTABLISHED 1862.

sponge rub them over with spirits of
..t! wine. After this dab them lightly with
McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
. some whiting tied up In n muslin bag ,
: l
--- and finish with old silk handker-
;i an o -DlALiag lii- a
; chief. This sounds troublesome, but in
A..uming the<< HunbHiiil1arno.<< INCIDENT HAPPILY CLOSED.
i I A Funny Little Dor. reality is very quickly done and does and General Hardware
Ship
The practice of the wife assumingthe Chandlery
, I There's a little boy I know not entail half the labor In polishing
husband's nun at marriage originated Text-Book Controversy In Alabama
Who never setins to po
that chamois leather and water do, !besides .
flOS AND 605 S. PAU.AFOZ 8T11KKT.REVERB
from lUmian custom mill became -
a Legislature Ended-Salary Raised. Downstairs In just the regulation way;
keeping the glass Lrigl.t for a
the common custom alter the lot Montgomery, Ala., Feb.2.-The senate much -- --AGENOY-
man occupation. Thus Julia and < >c- has passed the bill increasing the longerjiiue.CON'STll'.VTIDN. COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'8 BOTH CO.'l:*

/ tavla, married to 1'ouipey and Cicero governor's salary to JS.OuO. It has : GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUHHEL It 80N'8 PUMPB.

e were romp called and by dctavia the Unmans of Cicero Julia, and of in the now governor passed both for his houses signature.The and .goes to I and Every water civilized to wllhfI: person the accumulation ue snap- hun fiGrdiji ':lira, 8i!! Statical! loitrBBnti, turfs! litktrt, tin!

" later times 1II:1rt'h..l(111I1'11: in mrt-t incident between General John of dirt and filth from their body OOUPA: 'U S. LOGS FTO

European eouuirii-s signed!; their names ston and President I'io Tent Goldby ,, but how many rutr?rHs of constipation C. MeKenzie; Oartin:?; Collecting Agent for Bar: Pilots' Benevolent As'

j .1 in the same manner, but omiiUd the is happily closed General Johnston I think about the! accumulationof elation
' "Of. filth within their body, which i* :
withdrew his
i I. request for the reference
. this view it be mentioned a hundred times more detrimental :
Against may
I
of his text-book
bill to the
committee THE GARDEN SECTION }
;] that during the sixteenth and event to good health than the dirt on the
i on constitution and Senator The of
outside. waste matter food
I, of the tcu'iiteentlicentury
4 Ii i at the xiuning I I I Lancaster moved its reference to the : pisses into the bowel, which are o- OT -o
the1":1 doul.tfrl
seems
:
; committee on finance. i the natural sewer of the human
11 i since find Catherine Parr s>o signing ;
., we : This was satisfactory to all concerned system. If here this wate i is allowed Pensacola Florida.
herself after she had Len twice
and the most sensational incidentof to accumulate the warmth of ,
married and we always hear of Lady
the the body soon sets up fermentation
session
Jane tlrey: (not Hudley), Arabella is gone and leaves and decomposition gasses are form- Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
nothing behind it
except notice to all I
( :; ed which are carried into the blood
perthink concerned that the state uniform textbook and circulated through the whole II
t :
s'PI i from the Scriptural teaching that husband controversy is a very livevira II I''eysum, and dieise is the inevitable :i Beautiful Lots for Sale.
indeed. reult.i .
and wife are one. This was the I l i '
I IIt COMING DOWN STAir.5.Ha The best remedy for constipationis each according '
It rule of law 1\11 far back: as llraeton I 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 ,
It Ili KILLED BY HAND CAR. will[\ roll or slide or crawl. HKPATICURA, because it moves
'I\ (died lli'Vst. and it was decided in the Go backward, jump or fall. I the bowels easily and naturally to location and surroundings.

\ ti case of I! versa Smith, in the rein Cut walk-oh, no, not once the livelong without irritation, griping or sick --
''J cf Elizaluth that a woman l I"y marjiage Mrs. Davenport Meets with Fatal Ac. day! enln; It give strength and toneto Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View
IO-K-S her former name and legally cident at Piedmont, S. C. -St. Nicholas the liver and eventually cures. Fertile Lands.
;.1 :1' Greenville, S. C., Feb. High, Dry
rl'<"l'in's the name of her hu" b.uid.Altogether 2.-While bold by all druggists:
A Sliil renter<< Conn-nut.
the custom is involved in walking across a trestle en the ._ ___ I
to take that igly
"Are going pug -
I you
t' much obscurity. the Southern railway at Piedmont asked The grandest opportunity for investment ever
4 (log; with you niruin, Carrie
' 4 Mrs. Davenport and little how offered in Pensacola.
I Charles. "I really believe you take
j 1i Little Hiir Mm.Suwarow were struck by a handcar loaded c--- {L HUNCH
look
; him simply to make yourself prettier -
t. ;ja the greatcst of Iu'slm generals crossties and hurled to the ground al" by the coutrafct." Rome Seekers Should See These Lots.

the Itavid Car- distance of 35 feet. .SJf\.. V ,..FOP.-.
f .f ; rrulcrkk reat. "I lun't be Jealous of poor Tug, Charlie *- ?_! *>"
," rick \HlIIIt'rfullldl'r., and Alexander Mrs Davenport's death resulted an ," replied Carrie. "1'Il take you Z- Y.
4 Hamilton, whom Talleyrand pronounce hour afterward A.V.Clubbs
1
i some' time when I want to look especially
. : one of the three !gnatest men It is believed by attending physicians hand-some." 'CHARTERTAe

1 lie had ever known were slender and that the boy will recover from Corner Garden and liru Streets.

. Mow the middle luiuht. Tinl l brave the injuries sustained by the fall. The Mar of the World. Elegantly Equipped _

General Mnrion "was Iu stature of the Mrs. Davenport was a highly resepcted "There go the Pplcer: Wilcoses, mamma F.O.8KtST. Wd. H KNOWLISH: : W. K. UYKR, JK., J. H, REEtlE.President. .
., smallest size thin as well as low," and woman and was well knownin I I'm t61d they're dying to know us. Jfaptha Launch CUPID, I Vtoe-Presidaat. Cashier An't Cktbler

'*> I>r. Kane: Who surpassed nil of his arc- the community Hadn't we better call!?" with Parlor Car

,I: I t tic companions in braxiug torrid heat "Certainly nut dear! If they're dying Fittings,

{oIl i and polar cold, was but ." feet 0 In speeding<< the<< Pnrtlnc. to know us,they're not worth know for a trip on the bay or fora First National BankOF

;; 11 I height and wciheil; at his best only ir Mamma was surpri-wl :and shockedby : in;:. The only people worth our knowIng cruise.Accommodations.
Rut dwarfish than the coldness with which greeted
';'I 1'11 pounds more any you arc the people who dou't waut to
; .: ; of those ghostly beings; was that Illl"rl'l Miss HotTsumlnn she called. know us." j for 40

nomenon of the eighteenth; rl nhtry. 1:111.,1Y, lu.imuia but 1 made up PENSACOLA. FLA.

the Abbo Jaliani: <>f NapUs. "IVrMin- for it btl'r.I A flatter of Tnrt. I passengers-

ally. says Manmmtel. "the :11.1'h..) I lulllUa-lil1 you? Mrs. Illzhblower-Elsie, you never Rates very reasonable. L IRP1C'rQTtmbi.WM. : .

J, was 1.utt feet C inches in stature, was I Kiltfl-Yis, indred. You should have i speak: outride of the quarrels between ; Landing-Pine street. H. KKOWLE3.. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT. K. HYEB J'
] little that ItI1' : sects how cordially I bade her "good- ?
'i'h the prettiest" li.irUiiuln ) your papa and myself do you D. 0. BRENT,
I jI j
I L ever produml, but v.poii\ the shoulders bjV-riiila Ji'l.LIa. Press_ I Els: L'-Oh. no mamma but wheneveryou CAPT. STEARNS,


l'\1'' ,s1,1 J. cf Machia\dli.that liarli'tiuiuas: the bead. tif u I STAn FRANK OF Lt''AS 011I0 J. CHENEY,CITY COUNTY.IIF TOLEDO makes oath, I{ ss_ I mention are pleasant it.-Life.to each other I always I Master. I I rml fi ail Mk kki; W l ti lit,


The<< l'urate'" Compliment.In I I'rupiniiult tiYE -(@ d
.t1 a west' end chunk on a recent Sunday I that he is t.ie senior partner of the Crawford-\Vliy do lovers sit and sit : I Ii

f. the junior curate was preaching; oa I. firm of F. J. Cht'm'Co.., doing mind sit in blissful silence? CllT"Wa draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Jrelal e

'f readout fur cmiiiii. to ehurelL U1l1e business in the City of Toledo, I'I j I Crlb"l1aw-HecauSt', as a general i "C1 1 VitikAT; k kuh"@ :: Germany, France, Anstria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium Rusbla, N riI

't )1t'l.llll," he remarked, "ctune to chunhfor I county and state aforesaid, and that thing, there i*n't room for either of I way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries

no loiter reason than to show off>/' said firm will pay the 'urn of ONE I them to get a word in edgeways.i .-
i
i their lest clothes." Then Le paused andglanced i Jud-re. .orrVe3sGIs Disbursed npon tb. Mos Favorable Terms, and then
YE
DOLLARS for each i ;
HUXDHKD 1 I
i t thoughtfully his audUnce."I Obligations Taken Payable at Port negtiratlon Ten or Fifteen Dajl
and! of Catarrh that can-
I am thankful to !'l'l" dear friends," not be every cured case by the ue of HALL'SCATAKRH I The Kasy Pill. I I OPERA HOUSE IN PENSACOLAAT after Vessel Arrives ther..

f, 1.1 lie here added for that that reason.none"of London you has tome Telerrnnh. CIRK. DeWitt's Little Early Risers do KAltLYK.\ I"' .: UGH, C Safety Deposit Bcxe for Rent in Connect
FRANK J. CHENEY.Sworn
'+ I.. not gripe nor weaken the system.;; :' with which we have a Prira vartment for the UUI
.
':.1 11 -- to before ale and subscribed'in ; They cure biliousness, livers j ', Tuesday Nighte, Febrnary 3d. nf Ran tori.
tin 6th of December
my presence day I constipation and inactive by
I f1 n n'. Wiu) Ilaz Sa'\p.. I A. D. lb\ 6.SEAL arousing the secretions, moving the .
I
.{1 The only positive cure for blind, A.W.GLEASOX.!: bowels gently, yet trJectually, and ; FUN FUN FUN FUN DR. KINC'S I PROFESSIONAL CARD!! ,.
| ( .,
!l... bleeding and itching and giving such tone and strength to the

1 fog pile. cuts, burns, ; protrud'i. -Hall'.-.,-., 'Catarrh Cure Notary I is taken Public.internally I gland of the stomach liver and I 1 Come Earlye and See the "Boys and TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR i W. C. ROWE, M. D.
.
bowels that the cause of the troubleis
ma and all abrasion? nf the '.kin.DeWitfs '
I Girls on Road to t5kule.: '
and acts directly on the Big
removed entirely. Thee famous: THAT COLD. I
i ii the only Witch Hazel Officer 17 K S. I'alafoi.
i ; Salve that U made from the blood and mucous! surfaces of the I Iystem. little pills; exert a decided tonic effect
unadulterated witch hozpl-all pure oth- end for testimonials, flee I upon the organs involved, and i Mr. Fred Marsh, Skulemaster. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Moats Sto9:5D; a. m. sod 1 to Ip.n
,
arecountf'rfeit DeWitt's Witch" F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0 if their use is continued for a few COMMITTEEMEN Cures ConsumptionCoughs, od utter 7 o'clockI'hoiio

t Hazel Salve h made to care! -counterfeits : days there will be no return of the I : Colds Bronchitis Asthma CO.
are made to tlell. Hariris CARPENTRY AND trouble. HargU Pharmacy, John I II I MAYOR JOXES, Chairman; ,

Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Sidney I sheppardSiauey Kahn. I Hox. MR. PARKHILL PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-
ELECTRICAL WORK I
K hn. i JeHDE BLOD and risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness! JOHN S. BEARD,

lie :Desf $ I Jl'DCJE AVERY. i Sore Throat Croup and I i
for
C..a.STOrl.J.A.. Rinir up Pearl & Dolive, phone 6TQ Jiudgin's, c. j i I ATTORNEYATLAV.Office" .

wan tht A lta Nxd: Yn H3\9 Alain! 3Foley's if vote have any carpenter or electri ;I MUSIC BY THE Whoopi Cough. I -:309 Thiesea Building.
cal work you want well done.1bf3TtayZ1L.. I
&zu' II I PARKER'S NO CURE. HO PAY. 1 lOfSce Hoars-8:30 a. a. to 1 p. m.I .
HAIR BALSAM ENTIRE BARRANCAS ORCHESTRA. Price 50c. and S1. TRAL! BOTTLES FREE I
: : I m-- and \matilf tbtt kIPnnuutfi .ar. 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. m.
lent the : nave Pleats" &!$ a laiiunnl powtH. t Tickets on tail at Coe's, To. 50 and 1 will repair your watcnd..ano I Practice to all state and federal coUtU.I .
Honey and Tar :l&tu. G 't lf Hair@t'to Fails its to Youthful Restore Color.I any. ,25c. Jleerved( Setes 75c. Box Hates lewelry in flrst-claas style. J. J All bo.lo.... vntroited to m" will receive
1, Cam tn. bur tu4er.rF I and diligent attention.
Ion
vt {(.hU'4 .....udat.w..ea.: Oro-.". Sail too. Stephens.: prompt
,urts colds, prevents pneumoniay i I


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THE DAILY NEW* P1N3AOOLA FLORIDA, TUESDAY. _FEBRUARY 1, 1103.
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: OPERATORS'' AND -. icr. ,;":. "
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C .OGHSSTUFFY : 'I\ '

r MINERSMIQNTESTSettlement The lathes Girlat : -',1'1 i i1 t '



the Play 4tj:

Differences May .
wtm:
COLDSare THE MOST ATTRACTIVE (J ; : t1-t
Be Long Delayed. ;
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ACTION BEHIND CLOSED DOOR CALENDAR T ; njl


Joint Scale Committee Is at Work
I
OF THE NEW YEAR ." ;. ; :jl
the kind that settle the and "
on lungs develop into
Threshing Over Demands, but It (1903) -. p '.: J M

Will Be Surprising If Settlement Consists of six: sheets,each IS in.by :_ <.14. : i.'f
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10 in., in It colors with added -
an t1 ;i.i .: "J 1}
Comes Within Week's Time. special finish that gives it the true l\ -' .
water color effect. The accompany i ,' r:: iJ' 'f j '
ing of of the 'u
reproduction one snb'n f :. ,
Indianapolis! Feb. 2.-The Indiana, jects, greatly reduced in site a I .' t'
PLEURISY without the enlivening effect of the .., .,q
Western Pennsylvania
Ohio Illinois and H
rich coloring,gives bat an imperfect f' > t. .l
coal operators and miners took idea! of the beauty of this charming I f hi 1 i j
series plates. -
their fight back behind closed 'doors i ; j..r.
How to Obtain It.-Sent anyuLere \ p } -. '. ,;4)1"
at the English hotel today and the prepaid on receipt of Mo, \' t J 4 'I i', -, '\J
PNEUMONIA colnorstamOR, prepaldon receipt '- .
work *
joint scale committee is at .t if
of He in stamp and a Globe 'i .
threshing over the demands. It will &'t.lgniabeltakentrumaGoldBand p ti ,,1 'J l"
llam: OK, for Ho pottage and the ii. '. f r,.,; '\1 ,t:
be surprising if a settlement is madein Olobodtfeign label from a piere of 1 '.. i.
Gold Band BaconOK.forHcpontaga I; :
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less than a week. and a White Label Enelkb Bacon .. if'p'..
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and CONSUMPTION Predictions are even made that the ui IdbelORlfyourd"alt'rb""u'Uhl'b"its. we will mail cileDd.ir re 1 .,\ i 1" ..:...'(..."-,
will not to root!" of Kcln stumps If you send oi t. ,j. ij'
miners and operators get an order for one piece of either of I '
the three products mentioned and a ._ t,
gether and that the joint wage conS i "-. .
E "
also give us the name of the dealer -- : 1
ference which has now held togetherfor tUrough whom yon wish It deliveredtoymi. ... -. '1 'f":
vhu.4.cottheprlce of this, I .
four years, will go to pieces before : uruxtic' calendar can be saved by the IRAGZDY ., r.
purchase of either of the above ,4, Afrrgo !
/ftP .1
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a settlement! is reached. There. is mentIoned choice good < -- ;\ ,.. "Ii

-, considerable difference between the ARMOUR PACKING CO., Armour Station Kansas City, Kansas. : :
FOLEY'S miximum demands of the operators IteH'HNOrtCE.

and the minimum of the miners. It
I $ -
J I will be a long fight over the run of E. W. PEAKE tlY ;, t J

Hi mine basis demands of the miners of :
I have been f fI
: authorized to take
7 cents differential between pick and Xo. 30 South Palafcx street, keep L
subscriptions for Wm. J f'nning8Bryau's ., .
fOLETSMIM machine mining and the flat increase paper, "The Commoner. I call bells, wires and all kinds of '" : '.ir:

of 30 per cent In the wages of outside The ii ad- "
II! price $1.00 per year in 1" ;
I electrical supplier Have him do
HONEY AND TAR and inside labor. The brunt of this vance. Those desiring the paper .r t .
.c' fight will!! fall especially on the miners can have: it sent to them by sending : your work. Call phone 203. : ( 1 ....;

and operators of the Ohio and $1.OOto the undersigned.H.! ;_J ;,.'........1
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.t ROCHE '
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western Pennsylvania districtWHOLE Care Daily News.OA.TIIA. STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ 1'i( }
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stops the cough and heals the Ii FAMILY DROWNED. .. THOS. COXDON, Captain, !-" l

Bears... You have A3)S! ) !bl!# '
will &:
make regular trips between ft
>

lungs and prevents.seriousresults > :-- II Emigrant Mississippi Car Precipitated River. Into the !gr d.; Y/.,.-# !. Freeport.Pensacola, Leave Point Washington Baylen street and ",;"'*," ." t.

Vitksburg. Miss., :Feb. 2.-J. H. wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive :: .. ;','-1

from a cold. B NEYTAR It; Land. of Newton. Miss., and all his BANNE.ALVEI at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day. : ,1" ':
0V
_ _S_ I family five in number, were drownedin Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6a.m. {" ';.
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'. mo moat healing:salve In th+world and arrive at Pensacola 6 p.m. same t t : : -1
a box car which broke loos-e froma t.
it yv.
Consumption Cured OPIATES;. switch engine on the Vicksburg .- day. 'l'areroundtrJpfooneway; .:;.; :.

Foley & Co., Chicago. Dana, Ind., Sept. 28, 1902. 'IS IIIU1LT UXATIYLton I. Shreveport and Pacific Incline last $3. 12nlm l.t: !: .r !
CHOICESTOF '
Gentlemen:-FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR cured me of consump. ]
after I had suffered two years and was almost desperate. Three physicians LAnd."aleR.med; t night, and ran down an incline over -- -

jailed to give me any relief and the last one said he could do me no good. I tried \ 7'd YOUlCt. ,; the transfer boat Delta and into the t(>=GOLA_- ; 's.Jt;

a'most! every medicine I heard tell of without benefit until FOLEY'S HONEY RetomneodedtytbeMedial"Fpltyfof l f Mississippi river. .1 r :

AND TAR was recommended to me. Its effect right from the start was magical. ,..., Three bodies that of a young man.
f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONER[ 1 Grist and Corn r1II.
I Improved: steadily from the first dose and am now sound and well, and think the various ...' lu an elderly man and a boy. Lave so peal |Bills, .rn-j:

FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR is a God-send to people with Throat and Lung Jaffectionsofthe 1 t far been removed from the car in the :
Trouble. Yours very truly, Mrs. Mary Ambrose. oJ t river. I -AT- F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop t, t' : Jt

.1'JLroatl.; ILe rPf." h: The accident is without a parallel C. APOSTLE'S Manotactcrers ltli t :. :

FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR iu this section. The .Iast heard ci CHOICE MHAL AM) PUUEGUOCND :I ; 1 i I

aidLiwg? S. II; Land were his shrieks for assistance 14 East! Government St., STOCK FEED. 1"1.il..''(.".'1':I ,-(

and does n which 20 run, standing helplessly by PatronIze Home for there U i-
contains opiates not Industry j
no constipate 1; Restaurant I
;"* =< could not give him. Formerly Cordova Sta.nCO:1e every reason you should buy yonr Meal and j' .
I Btock teed from the Home "
like ordinary cough medicines.THREE ,I'UPA1WU ii Acting Superintendent Dabney. at car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 I.u! by so doln g yon encourage Manufacturer borne Indni- J;Wt I.' :', !:':i
FOLEY & CO. the head of a force of willing! workers to $2.00 per dozen. try. Your money is left In the community :c4 : ;&1,
: jfi aid yon In turn are Indirectly benefited. ., oil; .' t tIn
z endeavored to remove the bodies fostering the borne manufacturer JOB / .'
SIZES-25C 50c and $1.00 CHICAGOIL.! tU from the car as it floated about in the contribute to the cause of labor. Yon owe I if.: :' '.
It to community In which yon live aDd j 'il. "- .-:.OJ
river sometimes showing itself halfway
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which contributes to support '
I, 't---,' ) The Beer roar .J 'I .
above the surface of the water !p. ,' a.
The cent size contains 2\\ times as much as the H' .
50 ft 1 ------------ -- -- ,:: : .: ;.
and then going under.J. ., '
small size, and the $1.00 size almost 6 times as much. 4, I II. Land is a farmer from Newton That ,., ,. i \ ;.
.. --= Madej ,i-. "
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I who is thought to have had his fam \ ,
REFUSE SUBSTITUTES .. .
ily in the emigrant car with him when .t. '0.;
he was: plunged to death. HARPER It,::. ,

W. A.D'ALEMBERTE, No. ]21 :S. Palafox I5t. The drowned man's name was learned DANI I n r r&MVICTORIA& U l <; :

through a freight waybill of freight d lt.,'-..., J' !

1 h. 11..11'I."'. Onr
:MI-HI!! !,.t i .JL! !..,.. iL1! I .""II Vl:> your many months before his death Gainesville, Ga., Feb. 2.-Dr. H E. was that ran down the incline. WHISKY r<"iI .:. t't

(itt 1.:1: lii'! I I .i i\ !'.' :' J"1': t' ""*? lu? AlcianiU-r Ilcrnuann.tbc magicianwas DIxon died at his home in this city I !'. .

JhLIIi\! i : I <'"Ii.dI': [ i.it IJ:1} slicicbtringstintiiJ. n guest at the fjiiwu* but now defunct Sunday morning at 1 o'clock of GHOULS ON TRIAL. ".: II

'J'1', ,' ". R' in a k'ul knot WliltocluiU'l! chili tLo retih- \'ous of Bright's disease after an illness 01! MADE BY ACME BREWING CO ,. 'A

:lbl..r'I-Iu: [ u l.it La\u s' string3 Chloazo r.ohi'iiiljrv: On the night Inquestion several months. lIe was Sfi l years ol First of Famous Crave Robbing BEST 10-CKNT BOTTLE BEER '. .1u -
II ?1t-cq'71 : k
to d" \I ,;:11 It: \uurable! Japani'su priest age. and was one of the most prominent Cases at Indianapolis. IN TOWN.'DANNHEIBSER. '>* I

Juh-i:,":.--I MHMhrtwiiteiiiy:: foot\vithil'l was iiri-strt. In tl! i1 rouix of n few citizens of northeast Georgia. lie Indianapolis.: Ind., Feb. 2.- I JI ;. .: ** .'t.*

h in. '.' ::1 i II.>' IsllOth! COUlJ?-D tricks l ll'rm:1I111 p.dul: up a deck ofMrd4 had by industry and frugality, built The trial of the first of the now famous BROS. I ', ', ',1

Ir" :.", fJIt < Mini a kt.t1cue one to select a up a large fortune being one of the grave robbing cases was begun AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED I
------ card. Tl.i- wM-n of t1.!JI was the card wealthiest men of Gainesville owninga toJay when Joseph C. Alexander was ; .:i: ,:

Till: mH: 1\\: \TI\F. O.r.i\\n from till I>M'k, nml it was bhown large drug business and one of the arraigned in the criminal; court to answer I I. f Harper Whiskey. r "i
I .
I;' n.t tim :jo.ij I far von if your Id the Fi'icl.itoiv, lint not to the mngl- handsomest homes in the city, besides to four counts in a grand jury ::1: ': :?

1 >w<-lan. -lu.vi-li. Tl t; BEST LAXJIM (,IltlTh..' eanl was reii'.accil in the other properties. indictment The case bide fair to b<3 ;

\ I F i I.. aiiifcliciue that !moves! the ,'.,'di:. which was hhr.lUcil and then the forerunner of cases that will take i-

b".\\i-i-t i-ilv :111'1 1 nitur.illv, with'iHrnt Iciitlttl to one df the hiwtators."hook ; Historic Tree May Be Feid.! many weeks to dispose of. Main House-101 B. Palafox street. Physicians prescribe it 1 ev '

itimi, :'n'5'in or *ickpinng through the dirk please." said R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union Derot.P. ,
In nine
New York Feb. 2.-"Spy Oak Sitl thecity men are under Indictment '
'I
r. 'iru-t. 'i Atn.':'-iof: tiiriup the b'jweUml tint strengthens tones I Ierrtna ilL to be the largest tree in the state ol many of them in Jail: charged O. :pox 281. Pensacola, Fla. for their most delicate ".;{ ; !)i
cards did as re .
of tIe
'. tiji ti jpiuut where tlwy will The holder. New York rtandlns: ; on the Pelham with devastating the graveyards Phones 116-268. patients. n.':

rt t 'f't, t.' work us tture intended, quested."I road, TVestchester, has been condemn around Indianapolis. Among those .
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the curd that was drawn In the OLD and PURE. .W.fae
W''" ''it ,mv is-ance. ? ed as unsafe and will probably be cut charged- with being members of the : ..

:-\11' III' ticiue l H Imp.\TIUU.. jnuk?" askiil the wizard. down it having become hollow! and in I ghoul organization arc several prominent !. For :! byDannheisser '. ',,,
:LA. I' sir," :JH \n'fl'II the spectator. TA G. Hatssi I G l' t
"-nibraeei all the abnve good .No. danger of falling. It Is said that I physicians and ne undertakker.The I. ; .
tk: > -iJe-i n )t having a bid I "\\"iiat vub the card many spies and deserters were hangedCrom majority of the accused are negroes. Bros. ,uv .; U

:t-ti' : i".r bitter nor sickening "Tlio seven of dul,,;." 'ly; :_! :;
Its branches Many bodies were recovered .
.w : -NnJ: by all drusr-'i-ti.; ""Will Rcntlemcn." sail IIrrrmmn."it In revolutionarytimes. : ..,t : .,.
the after the opinions of the ghouls came INSURANCEAND -- -- I'I FrwIw ..
ono of you will Lliully unlace
to light.
pri'latt's fhoo jou will find the card

PEARL & no LIVE. that has uiniMied! from the pack." Bled at Nose 'Till Dead. Alsatian 'Egg"W 1eD.
!
After a sinilinu protest the Japanese Baltimore, Feb. 2.-Robert Edgar A favorite trick of Alsatian market. REAL ESTATE .
priest unbciil his shoe and there, to Vance, an actor 52:! years old. Is dead ,
tall six adolescent -
on them at the corner of Gar-! women Is to place or eight '
No. South Palafox Street.
jt I he amazement of all. was found the at the city hospital. Five weeks ago
.4 ail Alciniz street* for eggs In a small basket and to declare -
T anj electrical workor clrPf'n.1 I ,seven spot of clubs.-Kocbcbter l'ost- Mr. Vance's nose began to bleed and that those are all the absolutelyfresh I NLCK,8
Jinress. he was removed to the hospital. Every victim
have. Tbe buys
ones they
Partial List
of Desirable
known remedy was tried by the physicians Dwellingsfor
.Need It.
dirt
Ill them thinking that If the woman were
went Into a barbershop and surgeons to relieve the sui Rent in Various Parts
l LODGE G DIRECTORY A book canvasser dishonest she would have offered more
and asked the proprietor If he ferer without avail. "fresh eggs." Afterward the market of the City:

could sell him an encyclopedIa.Vhat's oman takes six or more out of a larger 135.00-2'j-Btory house containing 12 rooms
,IUUG "\ th3t asked the barber. New Governor's First Pardon. la covered ail modern convcnioaces.' Dam oa flLTVfl1ilT't
HI'S OF PYTHIAS.PrnnaeuU basket which carefully upper and lower noon, corner lot.
"It's a book that contains Information Columbia, S. C.. Feb. Governor over. .. nice yard and shrubbery, stable.outhouses -
Lodge No. 3, K. of P.. on every subject In the world." Heyward granted his first pardon Saturday street.J.J5.003nory., etc,, Js'o. 714 East LaKua US'f'j I

meets every Monday evening There was a victim In the chair, and to Robert Boyd, serving an 18 A Weak Stomach boarding house, containing -
7:30: at Castle tall, he put In feebly "lie doesn't need it!" months' sentence for grand larceny in I :!5 room, known IU tbe Ponce de
Leon houR.No. Ill Katt lnt nden.
la the Blount- Watson and invites dis
causes a weak body
\ Bali-ling third floor. Clarendon county. Boyd is said is cia street. DAILY MENUS 9
,&... Visiting brethren cordially .'IntId to the Jilted. be In a dying condition. ease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures sJO.OO-A desirable 2-story modern dwelling : -
1 rooms, moil detirable section of tbe .j '
a welcomed J. A. LM.K. Tear up photographs of the faithless He Took the Watch.It and strengthens the stomach, and city on a corner on the street carline Comprise all the Up-to- ff "

H. UORBLKK: O.C. creature. Figure! up how much she is told of the late Dr. Parker that wards off and overcomes disease.: J. ,No.BiiNorth:: Barcelona street. 'M
K. R. 8.I'niton t: .00-Large 2-story dwelling lu rooms. Date Dishes the Markets i H
was costing you anyway. Burn up her when a very., very. very good young B. Taylor, a prominent merchant of fronting Seville Hguare, No.9U East of the World

love letters. Reflect upon her numer- man came to him asking whether he Chriesman, Tex.,says: "I could not J30.00iComfortable Uovernment street.new 2-story modern X
Iiodgc No. 13 always evident because of a weak stomach. I Affofd. \
eat
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an
: ous faults Including should accept for certain special serv- dwelling rooms very desirable section -
"' "v Tuesday evening at 7.W: atornt lack of good judgment If everything lost all strength and run down in ofthe city, situated on North
.. ,' r i'alafox anti Unrden ice a gold watch from an agnostic employer All that money could do Baylen between Blrong and DeSoto ., .
her-! weight.
,' V -InngKnU'hUcordlHlly else fails. why just forget he replied: "Take it, my lad; streets.
J.-\LIJERTJoUNSOS. was done, but all hope of recovery 125.00-2-story dwelling In good order with
t.A\' ,v. C. C. Syracuse Herald. take it. If he had been a ChristIan. vanished. Hearing of some wonderful 8 rooms three doors from the belt Ladies' Private
.'tILt3. perhaps he would not have offered It to cures effected by use of Kodol, I line.has gas and water throughout, j
himself Clear. ,No.210North. Barcelona Street.20.5llltoryGweULngT .
Maktuz
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you" concluded to try it. _The first. bottle rooms city water, Dining Parlor.
In the I ,, : 1
i. o. o. :r.IVnae I She-Do you know that lady benefittEd, and after taking lour bath. gas, with large corner lot.NoJ2 .I U f -n
West Wright street. ]
far ? restored to
corner bottles I am fully my
1l5.1o-l-ltory dwelling t rooms, newly ,
ne-In a way. I have a listening' ao- Blue Island, Ill., Jan. H, 1901. usual strength,weightb and health." pared and painted throughout pa-on L1FL N

'>la Ixle No 4 qualntance with her. t Hargis Pharmacy, John Sheppard, belt line. No.:a* East Gregory street In1 U'
... \ rv Thursday evening at 7:3i> at I understand you, ] Messrs. Ely Bros-I have used !sidney Kahn. $15.00-1-story dwelling city wat.erand bath, Regular Dinner Daily.
nn ">, West Intendencia street. "I don believe I 7 rooms halt Mock of ground with
'"thrvu cordIally Invited.J sir" your Cream Balm in my family for beautiful shade trees, >o. 7us: East -

Wr .-Secretary. K.LONG. N.O. "SI* 13 my wife.if-Bmart Show t. nine years and it has become my CA.S'rOR.A. 112.50-1-story Cervantes dwelling street.,So 415 East Gregory -

family doctor for colds in the bead. 8tm" Kind MJtawAjiBp BugK street 6 rooms newly papered and Short Orders Promptly .:

AMERICAN GUILD. lie ISland a Bath. I use it freely on my children. It is Iip&tun a: 11--JfJ- _' IU.oo-So.61.painted.East Belmont street -room Filled. Night or Day.
Traveler (to hotel clerk)-I want a children. af cottage city water, newly painted
Godsend to
a In perfect order. -
Pi'n.aia room and a bath, please. $10.50-No. 1014 North Aicanli itrbet. a new
N() GOT.
Chapter Hotel Clerk-Well, I can give you a Yours respectfully, house in good order with 5 rooms. If it'i Something Good to Eat I tt 4
I E B .tWER. P. LINDZ1cSTRtYTU.' haven't time to give you J. KlMBALL. You want a good piano tuner to 110.00-No. 001 East Belmont street city TOO wlib,you'll find it at
retary, 6overnOr. room, but I still hold water, a neat 6 room cottage newly tcHOARSE -
Jester. Messrs. Ely Bros-I suffered stay in Pensacola, you
the bath Just now.-Columbia painted and renovated throughout
Nick
I in. I have 9.00 No.610 East LaKna street a neatly Apostle'sPopular
greatly with catarrh and tried different back your order. Bend it I i
i papered 4-room cottage In good con
K. OF LIAcal nt. Scheme Failed. I' remedies without effect. After bad 20 years' experience and have' ditlon.large let elty water.A .

The Judge (sternly-The next per- of Cream worked in several piano factories. large list of smaller dwellings, as well Restaurant
bottle
usIng one your H a number of stores and office FOB KENT
Assembly No. 1505.rst son who interrupts the proceedlnga Balm I found relief and I cannot Orders left at Johnson's book store P3P.fr -
THOS. C. WATSON & CO.
M. : :, Monday. In each month. will be expelled from the courtroom.The praise too highly each a remedy. will be attended to.CHAS.. ,
W. .r.ll.THARP. enthusiastically) MISS CORA WILLARD, Leading Real Estate Rental and Insurance MMPMM
Alt Prisoner ( I
t. r. McCosMLL: M. W. N. Y. W. PBESSLET. Agents, Iloutl11"alafox: Street.
,to" retary, Hooray Albany, -
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THE DAILY NEWSi PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY.. FEBRUARY 3,1903

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VALUED ATM)80,664 'REFUSED THE -What would you do the next time you Strongest in the World.


; 5 have a hard cold if you couldn't get Ayer's

$1 ) SUIVUSKEDCITY The Equitable
catered a'the Poet Office atPenucola, Cherry Pectoral? Think it over. J.C.AyerCo.,
11$..MOond-clai matter. LowU.UM.

9fnCE-Pltfi: Building HIM nontbatatOZatreet Life Assurance
.. np-italrt. EXPORTS FOR JANUARY EASILY COUNCIL CUTS VACCINA-- Society


: THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. OVERTOP MILLION DOLLAR TION APPROPRIATION SHORT. THAT UNLUCKY THE DESTRIGK Of the United States

I1ENHY B. BYlin, Founder

Term: Invariably in Advance. MARK.A -- NUMBER 13 SKULE" SEATSThe

___ 00 The council met In ;
Year by Hall city special ses-
: ups Montbi .. 1WOM Preliminary Statement, Jan. 1, I.OntstandingAssurancell,2JOAr1 .
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f WeekbyCarrierPayable Monday 10 sion at 7 o'clock last evening for the

healthy showing for the monthof purpose of taking up the request of Editor: Dally News: impression has gotten out that < .;)0

'bM;'ing Hotel Furnished on Application January is that compiled from the city board of health for toe sum I will have to trespass on your val- all of the reserved seats for the Income ...... .... .... ... 6S tV1y.py1
uable space ence more, as I desire to
TELEPHONE NO. liB.e the custom house records of the exporting of tWO to be expended in vaccinationin apologize to Mr. Andrews for using "Deestrick Skule" have been sold. New Assurance....... 275.000,0})

business for the past thirty endeavor aud less- his thirteen times in for- This is not true. There are good .... .
an to suppress name my Asset .... ... 3d0ft'> days. The total values for the en the threatened smallpox evil. mer article. Had I known he was seats both upstairs and downstairs, Assurance Fund and

< BEl) mouth at $1,680,661 superstitious I would not have beenso
were placed con- called the and some box seats bave not been
The meeting was by mayor. -
all other liabilities... '
reckless. I sincerely that 2S5OuOOiO
siderably below that of the previous hope taken. The general admission will

month when the two million dollar the unlucky number 13 will not cast Surplus .... ...... ... ... 75,0no(
be 50 cents. Don't miss -Dees-
The original application was for any evil spell over his good fortunes.Joe .
PESSAOOLA, fEB 3,1803'FLORIDA'S mark passed. The largest Increase ever made In any
was $500, which was the second request says, in his: last article, that he trick Skule" tonight. It will be a I lathe history of the society. fUr

.' To handle this large trade twenty of that nature and for that amount is always on hand if he is needed ; fine entertainment.A .
candidate for a placeon JAMESV.. ALEXANDER
President
sailing vessels and twenty-two now Joe, no one ever doubted your
canal commission la ex-Sen. I lately.
the steamers entered; twenty sailing courage, it is your judgment that Thousand Dollars Tnrown Away. JAMES H. HYDE, Vice-President.
Pasco. He has the backing of the Alderman Reilly could not see
people laugh at. If you have undertaken Mr. W. \V. Baker, of Piainview,
whole Florida delegation in Washington vessels and eighteen steamships Neb. writes wife had
how the city council could let the the task of defending the J-J : "My lung
cleared. trouble for over fifteen years. We
health board have that sum, as the administration alone, you will haveto tried a number doctors and spent KXOWLES BROS.

Exports values were distributedas finances were at present not in the be on hand many times betweennow over a thousand dollars without auy ,
f" JOHN TEMPLE GRAVES, the gifted follows: aud election day next June. relief. She was very low and I lost Gt'neraltt'nr..,
editor of the Atlanta News, pub- tip-top of condition. He therefore all hope, when a triecd suggested
] Bremen_____.._..s 7W.4ii: Joe, you are considered a truthfulman Tar 309 H. Palafox St.
trying Foley's Houey and PEXSACOLA.
, lishes an open letter to the president Liverpool._ ...... .._ _._._ ___ 47,2,! moved that the boar be granted by those who knowyou (a little wtucn I did; and thanks to this'

which is one of the best written articles Buenos Ayres.?..___._??...__ 5IJGenoa $150, with which he thought the ser- cranky at times) and if you intendto great remedy, it saved her life. bhe I I I
, we have yet seen on Roose- ____._.__....____ 4ii,7J7Tauiplco : is stronger and enjoys better health i j II I WHY NOT THE BEST ? -'
vices of a reputable physician couldbe keep your good name untarnished
velt's policy and ought to be ____ .....______. WJIMHamburg thau she has ever known in ten '
negro __.__.___..__ 8WW secured for at least thirty days. you should not make such positive years. We shall never be without !I I -
widely circulated. Plymouth. .._._....______ :!;IiI assertions. You say that Citizen Foley's Honey and Tar und would
---- jjaTpn______....__._ ?J522 Alderman Hays dissented to this was closely connected with the a-k those afflicted to try it." W. A. THE>> 'EnG>K>ANTS
THE Chicago Rscord-Herald recently Manchester_.___.. 21,179 step, saying it would do DO good and D'Aleuiberte.
published an interesting ar- London...___ _.._____....__ :o.'HI city government and could give reasons -(I "
of Marselles ___.........__ IS OW certainly not give the result desired. I why more money was not ued
ticle on the decay green rooms in.. (I: NAVY YARD EMPLOYEES TRANSFER GO.
Alicante__ ...____...__...N_. RtXK) Mr. Reilly's motion prevailed, for improvements since 1S'I:!;). Joe, I II I j
theatrieal
English and Americtm architecture Sunderland..__.__...__'__ 11,45! this is not true. Simply another error I I i
the story having been Newport._____. .._._I _..._.._ IS.l'K however, every member votiing fur VACCINATEDAn Having been awarded the contract
prompted by the green room scene Leghorn.-. ...___..___ 13.5ti same with the exception of Alderman in judgment on your part. For for carrying the U. S.: Mail betweenthe

in the Grace George production of Kobe ___..____._ -.._____....... 13.155 your personal benefit I will say thatI II L. & N. Depot and Post Office
Leyseyne .....____._ ll.l\ Hays. am and always was a straight-out I and also; the exclusive b.-iggafrepnvi-::
order issued Rear Admiral
by
"Pretty Peggy". Venice____ ...._.._._.._ 11.041 This was all the business the body democrat, have never been accused Wise commandant of the yard I lege" on all trains entering the city
ivonmcuih _. _. ._.._____ _...... lO.TvS navy j j we are prepared to transfer baggage:
IT is said that Kansas will become Norwich__._._____._ 9,121! : had to transact and the session ad of being anything else. Now, Joe, yesterday, had the effect of bringing I and pas-engfis) to and from all in-,

" a woman's state and extend the suffrage Palermo.______.._._____ 7.513: I journed.A I as you seem to be champion of the I to the city over half of the employees j I tell residences auj trains, day <>t

I' to women. If they get the Oran.___._...._..__.__ 771! ''I present administration, I want to of the that yard.all The employees order was must to show the effect aj-j I night.

. women into the legislature at Tope- Gibraltar Amsterdam__.__?...__'_"_ C 5.270 MS: Guaranteed Cure tor Piles ask you a few questions and let the certificate of successful vaccination :j Prollivt & Reliable! Servicc Guara4lccL
ka they certainly can't produce any Itching, Blind Bleeding or Protruding public have: the benefit of your within three days or else obtain work j
tastlemare.._.._.______ 5.2fiS I We also conduct
Plies Your will refund a Freight Del.v-:
druggist
:.tJ worse legislation than the male Tunis___.._............_...._._ ........... W3Kuncbal : your knowledge, (such as it is): ''I elsewhere. ery Business-haul
If 1'AZO OINTMENT tails to cure pianos: safe,
T' freaks who have sat in that chamber ___.._._....___?... 3.6\1j\ you.money 50 cents. 1st. Is it not true, that the streetsof I When the dummy arrived shortly :I I'machinery and furniture at Reason-
after 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon
have furnished, and there is a Total._.._____._.......__........._t IGsiM4 this city are in a worse condition I Ii i several dozen employees were on ,, able Prices.
t. chance that they will do better. Items sent to foreign ports were as KING PR1SGUS today than they ever were before? I board and made straight for the offices -l j' Pou's Telephone Livery your Htable-s: orders, Phone to 31.F. U or

'u follows: 2nd. Is it not true that, the Board I of the State Board of Health, ,, Mrs. H. H. HalimatkV. ItesiJenc

: IT is noted that a number of our ..Timber and lumber, s It___._._YI.::'\!,5575 of Public Safety, with its repeated i where those who could not secure Phone 354.MERCHANTS.

state contemporaries are publishing .Oak staves, pes_ ...... ........._.... .... .. I'AJiW: IS EN ROUTETHE kicks and trial, is laughed at ,certificates were vaccinated. i;i
l"; an account of the New York Jour Pickets pcs _.................. ..... ..._.... 5....!:! and made fun of by a Urge portionof TRANSFER CO..

U nays efforts to find out approximately : Wheat bu-hpla...... .. '._........._... 40.000 citizen? THURSDAY NICHT THE TIME. j I II MRS. H. H. HALLMARK
Cotton bales ..____.m____.......... 3*,I'd our j Prop.
what will be the next national C Ii meal.sks._. ._ __.._ _.__?'__ :e?5M) MERRY MONARCH HEARD 3rd. Is it not true, that one of the Owing! to the fict that there has'HAKKY: HALLMARK, Transfer An't.;: .

'i J democratic platform by pumping to- Rosin bbls _. ._......________.__. 1'J.l'Jii PLEASURE.On aldermen furnishes the city with been considerable! misunderstandings I L.A S,H. K.Co.,P.ami P.ft \. 1111.

t called leading democrats on that Coal tons ........_..........______. .... '.'..MaPhosphate : FROM-THE ROYAL | feed for stock and other articles: ,
.. ._......_.__ in regard to the time decided upon j
subject., Let the big New York paper rock, tons ? 2,711 the of
to intent the
U Oak logs........ ... .. ... ... ............:. j" contrary city I by the ladies of the Universali-t I I TI 1flCQ1
its soul in and rest
possess peace ?
charter
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Board the "Rospen, Feb. :2,1903:: church for the Talent Party and ,
tl"J. easy. There will be a platform all 4th. Is it not true, that the salaries'I
Nearly Korfei 1IU Lila. I Chicken Pie Supper, it is desired
right and a candidate, aud the candldatb's (By Wireless Telegraph.) i I' of a few of the appointed t dicershave jA Y GR BRY t
I. it be stated that the
A runaway almost ending fatally, To C. H. Reurut, that distinctly
. name won't be Hearst. been raised, when other men ,
' started a rornble ulcer on the leg of Lord High Marshal 'I time is Thursday night from 6 to 10 "
>>. ju.t:1S competent would be glad to ,
: J. B. Orner Franklin Grove Ill. and o'clock, and the place Miss Evelynlfeine's
'' Greeting: This is to inform you 1IC114".aI4'' and
U THE sentence of Col. Lynch has fill their position at the old salary? Palafox Price of
street.
For four years it defied all doctors those associated with you in the direction i( on Kfhiil (irtxcr.KKs .-.
( been promptly commuted to life imprisonment 6th. Is it not true,that the Boards !' cent It
I and all remedies liucklen's Arnica of the King's revels for the i supper ) __ j jFC.KM4 '
and there is no doubt I !. of Public Safety aud Public WotksI n HIl.uit, \ : : FOIl
I 14 that unless the colonel's life is shortened Halve had no trouble to cure him. present Year of Grace, that on the :31st, |I have allowed the mayor to do most : : NO CTUr. .\() '.\\'. !'

Ig Equally go'd for Burn, Bruise*, I ultimo King Priscus and the royal Family Fancy and Staple
I considerably from present ex- Skin Eruptions and Piles., t'Saat; W. of their work when he was simply an Your druegist will refund your money if ,

: pectations there will be a still fur A. D'A l mherte's Drug;; Hore, 1.1 retinue embarked from the Palace I tx-i'Hieio member of there boards Tetter PAZO Ol.Vi'MKXr Old I'lcera and fails HoreI'lniples to cure[:lingwonn and i .' Groceries, <

ther commutation iu the course of a South Palafox street.HAHRRIVED. grounds on the Isle of Cubbra, upon ( without the right to vote except in Blackhead1) on the face, and all skin diseases. | *

few years. The technical definition I!the royal yacht "Rospen" for the good 'i,' the case: of a tu? 5ocents. and All Kinds of Up-to-date Fane-

of treason has not undergone any i, city of Pensacola. iI j jl 6ch. Is it not true, that the mayor's n_ I Good

I change, but popular and even official COMMISSION'I l I As announced in our previous a,1'1 j best friends think he has had: bad MONEY TO LOANAt We are Hole Distributors for \\'" -

ideas concerning a good deal that is i I i! vices, the royal party is to arrive in i advisors since his election? Florida for the Celebrated Cafe di I:
the Loan: Office of W. U. :Meriweth Monde Coffee, Sweet Home Moh1 -
actually treasonable in the letter of : ,. your city at the wharf called Palafoz, I 7th. Is it not true, that there are .>r, 112: South Tarragona strept. 1 = Illini and Climax Flour, B iyic

: the law bas changed wonderfully in I at high noon, on Monday, the twenty-1 more gambling houses in operation You can set any sum of money you Delicatessen, German A:ni e r fc a tj

:t' this country as well as across the |third day of the present month; and [ in this city today than ever before? may need at the lowest rate of in-j j Food Cn.'.. Canned Meats Etc. At.
: terest. You can ba assured of fair i of which are sold by all first-da-
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j waters. iu accordance with the royal com- j j I would like to ask many more
I treatment and !strictly eunfidtntiallbu s Retail Grocers in the city.
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JOHN KIRKPATRICK TAKES mand already promulgated you and i questions, but do not wish to give ill s!! relations. j7tf
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THE government is to handle the your I official associates fittingly attired 1, you too much to brood over at one I 002-001: SOUTH I'\I.U'O\

',iI canal affair through a commission CLERK'S DESK IN CRIM- !! in your robes of state, and bearing I time. Will give them to you in Hot French Waffles with I
1 which ii yet to be appointed, the old broken doses, and ask some more
designated Insignia of office,
your .
a Florida Cane
INAL COURT. Syrup at : PENSACOLA'PreSsillg
commission whose duty was to consider next time. CITIZEN
together with all loyal subjects, are _._ olomcn's. I
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and report on the most available -
-- hereby commanded to be present to do ] heaped an -\wful Fate
I route having performed the work I !
Club
KNOW"
honor to your sovereign lord. Wherein DO YOU I
i t towhichitwasassigutdandgoueuut John Kirkpatrick, recently appointed Mr. H.llaggius of Melbourn, Fla.,

:; of business. It is supposed that the by Govenor Jennings to the fail not. I writes: "My doctor told me I had BEEKMAX LUMBER: CO. have I .
And it is also the King's gracious Consumption and nothing could be i FOR GENTLEMEN.
1 I I pay for service on the new commission clerkship of the county criminal a large stock of dressed studding :
pleasure that >'e shall speedily set I done for me. I was given up to die.
' and
will be the same as on the old, joistGet their prices before |II
I court, received his commission from about the praperations for the revels,
, mouth I The offer of a free trial: bottle of Dr. buying.i dl6-lm
|1UX)per and there seems to
be no trouble in securing volunteers Tallahassee this morning and has ,I I. that these February festivities be not I III Kind's New Discovery for Consumption i i One Dollar Per MonthIn

today entered upon a proper discharge lacking in lustre; and with that end ] induced me to try it. lletuits Hot French Waffles with
\; to undertake the job despite the reports !II were startling. I am now on the j Advance .
. about the unhealthy locationof of his duties. He was notified :- in view, it is His Majesty's desire that )iroiul to recovery and owe all to Dr. Florida Cane Syrup at : to Memberhip.Clothes
ye forthwith order in proper form and : Cleaned and Precd a-
the isthmian waterway. yesterday by wire that his commission ;IKiug's: New Distfoyery.i ( It surely Solomon's.
.. manner, the commander of the detachment i II I staved my life." This great cure is VWMMMMMBi HB MMM HMMMM M M MM BM 1 often as desired Your CM' -
had been forwarded and I I 1I I ent for and delivered. Call
guaranteed for all throat: and lung
of marines now stationed at the !;
THE pugilistic set: to between the ldi :"t' belligerent mall boys in the school upon this information Judge Ut'g-g navy yard, adjoining your city together; j i South Palafux street. Price 50c and Valentines < .t \! Club.
'! allowed him to discharge the duties with the officers in command of the $LUO. Trial bottle free.
. of'Lovers', Lane became j '
"4 scene rather too realistic at the- incumbent upon the clerk yesterday. regular troops at the three fortified i ii i I latin1 Plain ttirb a SPECK,!!?

j _____ I I places called Barrancas Pickens and i iMcRae. WILL"LEAVE
TARPON
II Yours for Neatness
;1 Lyceum Theatre, Cleveland: the I Hi Mardi Gras :
I
to be in attendance with their ]
.J other night. Lillian Hiuuott, the We will launder your spread fos ;,
. 15 cents each and make them look I several commands, at the place herein > TONIGHTThe i G. W. IRWIN.Hot .

'- like uw. rstar Laundry. I designated, on the day aforesaid to 'I ,

; batants when they become too stren- __ -_ ___ _u___ _.__ I i do honor to King }'riscus.nd, -it is 'I I Goodst! Ly i

ous. In the renultaut mix she also ordered that a like command be i Chocolate with
; up ; Tarpon is taking on another
. was kicked on the head and staggering Spring Humors I straightway issued to the officers in Whipped Cream, at Solomon's. .
heavy cargo today and will leave Oar Stock I is Valentines
. into the wings promptly fainted. 'command of the three militia companies now reaJy. .
; Come to most people: and cause many i tonight on her third trip to St.
I I of being the Chipley early ;
' The curtail was rung down, but after your city of all shapes, sizes and
,. troubles -pimples boils and other
jt a physician in the audience bad Light Infantry the cambia Rifles Andrews and other points on her '
t (sentimental and Comic. STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
eruptions, besides loss of appetite, prices
ministered to Miss riiunott she was. and the Pensacola Light Artillery. I route, she will bring a big cargo of
that tired feeling, fits of biliousness, Given seal Mardi Gras such -
4 able to continue the performance. under my hand and this I naval stores and fish on her return. Supplies as
-- hulige-tiun and headache.The the second day of A. D., between
February |' Wire, Paper and Character Prnnacola and )IlItltnU..atItuno
' : BI.VEKAL( and Arrangements are being made to
zy interesting
'i sooner one gets rid of them: the 1903. PRISCUS REX ,
,r4. communications upon live local better: ami the way to get: riJ of them \ttest-H. REYH I have this vessel run excursions from Masks, Cambic and Bilk Domi- !I Daily Fiorpt: Sunday

topics have appeared in this paper and to build up the system that has Grand namberlain. the Bt. Andrews bay country for the noIa.k: False Beards and j "CITY OF TAMPA."
: j recently, and they have elicted quite
, suffered from them is to take Madi Gras, and on Monday andTuesday i' 'JT Milton__ 6b1 am Lv I'PDlllcola.1! pmtrPeneaeola.93iam
;. a good deal of comment proving that A Cure For Lumbago.W. Wigs, Costume Bell,Gold and < Ar Milton 5f Jpm
each articles receive notice and at- Hood's Sarsaparillaand of the festivities will run Prre,6O ; Hound trip,1 1*o.
I .t C. William?, of Amherst, Va., excursions on the bay.A Silver Braid: Fringes and
I' tention. This is what we desira,
Pills says: "For more than a I fuf-
year
and we invite all who have ideas .Spangles. Call early and select -
fered from lumbatro. I finally tried Severe Cold for Three Months.
r and wish to air their views to send Forming in combination the Spring Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it The following letter from A. J. your outfit. We will lay JEWELER IN HIS

I in their communications and we will Medicine par excellence, of unequalled: gave me entire relief, which all Nnsbaum, of lUtesvilIe, Ind., telh I
': try to give all a chance to be heard strength in purifying the blood as other remedies had failed to do." its own tort: "I suffered for three them aside for you until NEW STANDI
t. Sold by all druggists and months with cold.
their medicine a severe A druggist needed.
from as long as they keep :
shown by unequalled, radical and permanent dealers.
: prepared: me some medicine,
I.. phraztology within bound To this .
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and
cures of j a physician prescribed for me,
I P end we shall set apart a column for Tables of quality for the yet I did not improve. I then tried have moved my Jewelry store t<
1 the use of our correspondents where Scrofula Sat Rheum ; Foley's Honey and Tar, and eightdoe '
} Dining room library hall 120 South Palafox, formerly occupied
COE'S BOOK
, communications will Scald Head' Coils, Pimples cured me. Refuse Ub tit STORE. I
i't their appear All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis and parlor at Marston $ \V. A. D'..\ mb"rtf.CASTOnt.. te"1 by IllS & Co., and am now
l under a suitable heading. ::1:1oulh! Pilafbeet, I better prepared than ever Is' gi'f
Blood Qaina's-
Articles not of a general nature Poisoning Rheumatism .. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.j great bargains diamonds,watchc
.r but intended to be in the interest. of Catarrh: Dyspepsia, Etc i i; Hot Chocolate with .t-ar,ter 1 f Ki ism Hre t 63rt '" I jewelry, etc. Call and Bee rce acJ

s individuals or private measures. willt Accept no substitute, but bs sure to j 3:' t1I" Try Gunther's Candies at let me convince you.

t >e charged for. get Hood's, and get it today, Solomon's.| ; ...r Solomon's. J. I. STEPHEN
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THE DAILY NEWS! PENSACOLA, FLORIDA,.TUESDAY. FEBRUARY $, 1808. F&' spy

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t CHAFFEE W. 0. O'NEAL, ProiWent; M. E. CLARK Cashier; l' t
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.. J. fOSHEE Ylce-rnaldent
; JOHN PFEIFPER, Aii't Cnhter. 1t\
CAN GET > j s jt i .


e you ICE CREAM SODA, AND PARTY AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK .tu


OF PENSACOLA f; /11'
HUYLER'S ICE CREAM AND HANDMADE CANDIES FLA. 5 '

t -ATTrainer's COMPLETES INSPECTION OF THE Designated Depository of the United States. : ; ; { .'

Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov 2&, 1002. fu; 1.I I
I BARRANCAS ARMY POST. Jil
Confectionery RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. l(,

Loans and Discounts...................... u..;.?n.lH Capital Stock ............................. $? .OOO.OO ;; ;' t )j i

.".'r FIRST DOOR NORTH OF THDESEN BUILDING. asses General Adna R. Chaffee and Overdrafts Becnredand Unsecured........ 2301.17 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .......... .. .... 20,000.00 'i.1' r.,'
party U. 8. Bonds and PremIums............... 213806.87 Undivided Profits..................... .... 6.590.34 tl; : : t
;****ro5E5H5H5H5H5H5S5E525Z5E5 this afternoon completed the regular Stocks, securities, etc..................... 2625.00 Rediscounts ........ ........................ 10,287.61 :< 1?

Furniture and Fixtures......... .......... 6718.48 Circulation....................... .... .... 125.000.00) .
.-- n inspection of the local army post [. R. Stamps.............. .... ... .......... 65.82 Deposits ................... ...... ........... 461.E04.35 'rlJ1'/:: ,' 1t 1
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---- and will return to the city on the Cash and Exchange.. ...... 133,943.12 i '(
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&:!& p. m. dummy and dine at Hotel :3.' fat 1- -F t1-t11 Sat t

Magnificent Escambia.The Total...... .... .... ...... .......... ...... $822,382.30! Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... .. .... .... 1S 2,882,30 ;Rf'.J -rr.. ;

This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give 1 '. J
inspection, as is always the a''
LI your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. w \iJf 1

case, was a thorough one, bat the .. ; ,1.
!
Advance 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ttr : f ;
( rain of yesterday greatly interfered
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1 with the outdoor work, but what was :fl;' ;. t

found impossible yesterday was finished B. H. FAIRCHILD, I G. W. & CO" 'G. W. & CO" ..
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Showing of I .,.. ,I
{( today. C7 X9 S O Xj S *F XIXI33 XI "

\ This morning the party went over 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. :: The "Arch-Support" of a .
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f! to Forts Pickens and McRae and aroet Work and ReSnishing Furniture a 1:1: < '
"Dorothy Dodd"Saves 'r : '
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t were received with ranking honors. Specialty. : ,
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t I I0DM \ JiI'; ", .'
WHITE GOODS Col. Mills accompanied the visitors, Phone, 4.OO., ', t"' C' ''I..
- -- --- the
did officer of Fatigue f'1' fl '
as every importance. R. K. WHITE, g ; *: : 1 5t.1

l' They remained over the bay until '
I -- -_ -- ,- --.- Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler When your foot U tired from long walking or standing, '. \ ;, 1
early this afternoon wg you rest it most by holding it in your hand and compressing it .,'."
\ Tomorrow 7 General and Graduate Optician, firmly around and beneath the iustep. That is exactly what the -" 11
Marshaled Into ) at a. m. : t :
Dazzling Display >
a Do Id1' Shoe does .
"Dorothy for you all the time. It U like a soft c- t t'
\ Chaffee's party will leave for the It Sooth Ptlifoi St., PtnueoU,Fla ? hand firmly grasping the "waUt" of the foot and supporting the "1 j,. t ,
__ __ arch. You will never realize how much of A t f' ", :
daily ,
Your Attention I your fatigue ;( .. ,
$ Inviting c east coast: going from here to Jacksonville -
i < For Over Slur Yeai'll.MRS. can be relieved until you try a "Dorothy Dodd." A "Dorothy 0 ;: '

; I and leaving at S p. m., for '\'I! LOW'S HOOT in NS SYRUP hei I DoJd" retains its arched shape and sets "closely! up to the foot 1 ''':. :' :\
'--' I SIlt mlllionaci I I ( after it has been worn for month No other shoe is: made like .'< :{: ,,' ; ;
posts in South Florida From Tampa been used for over ) years by
: R fea t your eye-*ake advantage of early and exclusive ( I : mothers for their children while teething, I t"1 it. Other !>hce bend at every step you take.: Thus the foot becomes I- 'ki" 'I.II 'I.

ttH1i of thousand upon thousand of yards of snowy white- : I : they will go up the Atlantic with perfect success. It soothes the child, 'II h( tired. Is is worth while when the remedy: i i.* so implt-? ., .- "

i i ness ainved for your in-I'e'-ti..n and profit. To those whoknow I coast: reaching New York and com- softens the gums,allays all pain,cares wind I. I (!j "-P'._+ 'L'.
what: OUR ADVANCE :SHOWING MEANS: no word iai i iL [ colic,and la the beet remedy for Diarrhoea. o }--They Cost 300.f/1I ( ';,. ..'".f
i ..!ce,nary. To those uninitiated we ay, COME, join in the throng, I .i I I pleting the inspection tour on Feb- It will relieve the poor little sufferer Ini.mediately. I ,..'

I it will be a pleasure beyond your expectation; you will go away ) 22. Hold by Druggists In every part o :
i pll :l-f.J. not only by the graudure: of the miparable qualities: !, ruary of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottleBe 'tt.1 ;. .

but with the satisfaction of having made your purchases at saving. f I'{ I i One thing was demonstrated to the sore you ask for"M rs.Winslow's SoothIng wg ..q d,'.,.; :- ',1.

I high visitors they found at Fort Syrup and take no other kind. j,I .. "
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I Barrancas one of the cleanest places a: .o. ,
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TAKE A LOOK l' 52520."S2S2S2525"2 :
.* eAT ,
< ( I in the entire military division, and A tt.y,..II II:1

: I one of the party: so expressed him. AMUSEMENTS.CSEsaasas25a TeIDE M.aR o :r ':. t
DISPLAY
OUR WINDOW 1, & '
self. ,

I i For a few of the many Beautiful Styles DameFasRion : !i Mjsterious Circumstance 25t5zs52;; J : ftj{ '

...e..e. his Decreed for Late Fall and Early ( i i GREEN !!

Spring in Shirt Waists and Waist )Material i 1 1t ) other One fresh was pale and and rosy.sallow Whence and the the FAUST.Lewis WATSON & CO. J 1: !ti ;. ).
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-- -- - -- ( ) difference? She who is blushing Morrison has been coming
I \ 'with health uses Dr. King's New il'. ,.. ,( .

: India Linens, Persian Lawns, Mercerized 1 : |, Life Pills to maintain it. By gently audiences here many always seasons receive, but Pensacola him with "G. w. & CO>;" 'G. W. & CO _", sm-. '.<, ': .'r,

arousing the lazy organs they com- ;::1'; :
i Pique Satin Damask Pique Cords and i pel good digestion and head off con much ceremony. He appeared last ---- -, -. -. I 'tI
istipation. Try them. Only 23c; at night; in his own interpretation of I
I [ W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 S. Palafex Goethe's "Faust and the characterof VALUABLE CITY $: :
ROYAL FAMILY LOTS.
I Madras Waistings, Imperial Long 1 '; I, street, Druggist. Mephisto, which can only ba por i !; : \1:;

I Cloths, Dimities and Nainsooks, i ; I trayed by Morrison, has lost none of

1 _...,..iT.. (11, :'KILLED BY its effectiveness with age. Miss TO COME HERE! Of the large number of lots recently It'" :
I ,1\----SWlSa' Etc > I Morrison's cbaraeteriz: ition of"Mar purchased by Mr. O. M. '
Pryor t .
\ ___ _-_ -- :_____ ( r I I gut rite"was carried out charmingly."HELlO I and placed on sale to desirable ..; ,
I purchaser t; .

i 111!-. '. IN.ARE; I'ORMIXG- COMMAND WILL BE ;| GAR WHEELS !I I *, many have been sold, but fl s)'.. a ;:'

GIVEN P.RIGHTAND EARLY BILL1In DUKE AND DUCHESS OF MANCHESTER some of the choicest are still held by t '
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\ him. =
; -- securing Mr. James F. Mac- .
| TO PASS THROUGH He wil! sell f'
to actual settlers on sJ' '.
:MON DYI maId to appear a? William Fullerin + : ,
\ : SUCH WASTHE FATE OF ALFRED the first trans.continental tour of i I' PENSACOLA. most favorable terms, as he is determined :..".' .:.:!'

I 1-11 J ALL r\-IOX( LIT THE SUMMONS GO LNHEEDED.W. LEWIS AN ACED VISITOR. Wilis'! Maxwell QDodhue's jolly' to build up this property. L'
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i iI 'Hello Bill," the
C'imedy, Do
.VV.nMn.ninvWWWbLv. management : you want a magnificent watch : .

I have made what would seemto ,I The Duke and Duchess cf Manchester for little money? If so, call on p' :1

I Alfred Lewis, an :aged white visitor be a shrewd move toward placingthis : will perhaps be in Pens cola Stephenthe jeweler. He will accommodate t f ; .. .',
J. & B. FORBES. in the front rank I
J from the East Bay country, came: I merry playlet I for a few hour tomorrow. It was you. "
I of public favor. Since the death of I i ---- ; j
: I to town last evening and ended up f expected that the royal party would I }: .I
I Mr. Rland Reed and the retirement Hot French Waffles with '
:= : i at a point on the dummy line between I I arrive this morning and the local r. q

: Barcelona and Baylen streets Col-her I railway olliciaU! were notified to that Florida Cano Syrup atSolomon's. t! : J ::4

D. HALE WILSON near the old hospital. At that place vacancy I, effect but when train No. 3 arrived I i 'I.I. ..', ;d

he is supposed to have fallen asleep I youth and intelligence; to fill it. In I at 5a. m. todjy: the special Cincinnati If you should vi-'U'the Union de- t I :i.> \ (

1 Mr. McDonald: the "Hello Hill" pot or hi in that vicinity, don't fail ; '.'
Real Estate and Rental Agent and the late train from Barranca: ; i management believe they have I Hamilton and Dayton car, in tf'l drop in at OoUnug's No.3saloon. f I:1li.: ,7.: vi(1

crushed his life out in a very few I found Mr. Jollier's legitimate successor which they are enjoying life, was You will receive a hearty welcome "" :
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and find /
the choicest brands of 11-
1U''j South rnluiov Street, moments. I and it is said that: as the hap I not attachEd and it is now thought quor' kept_ in_he city. } : '. ; J
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/ he impersonation h J. .
William
less Fuller an "
gives
will
| Coroner Wolfs was summoned and I they not retch here until tomorrow '. I. ,;
TELFPHONE NO. 234. PENSCOIAFLORIDA. that: will easily: give hima You will consult your beet interests l r: 1. '\
rendered that the although there is a rhajice
an opinion man
seat in the vacant chair. Mr. Macdonald I by going to O. M. Pryor if you f $ :1
.
: had been killed accidentally, after of them arriving; at I o'clock this af want furniture. .
with "Hello He is in
will ba seen I position to 1-: ".4,

; ,i<< VMIWNmr"NIJd j which Lewi two sons took charge: I Bill" at the opera house Wednesdaynext. I ternoon. sell cheaper than any other house in t\ !, '.' t

j of the remains and turned the many I The elegant: car reached Mobile the city. I ,'. .' ", '!.

last night from Natchez, Mis*., and ----- !,.i'#t'.l 'i'f
i gled; form over to Undertaker Pou, IB-PORTLAND CKMEXT at !
I is supposed to have been delayed by *2 60 per b,irrel. A. V. tH'ims, 4i ,.f 1
ONLY i to be prepared for burial. Mr. Pou
eAtS I Six Corner 15ru and Garden .
titreets..I
PhysiciansSaid an accident its it ,
r :, was called from the opera house, as itinerary'pl.iced: __ i l.. .,
H In this city today. Railroad MEAT MALT has I
I men a marvelous .
where he "Faust. .
was enjoying ,
dietetic "
valuft. \ .
Diabetes. here not informed this Vhilerefreshicffandpleasant "J'
were morning
: I The Terminal Company ran a late t.i take, it helps assimiiatiou -
why the party did not arrive, the cf food. Hold by y r
TWO DAYS train last night for its suburban put- I 11.
: Dls-:: 'only advice being; given th it the car DANNHEI'ER BROS. 'q;. '; j
rons. This train is due here a few Drift's and Diabetes i
I' i would be in Pensacoli on No. 3. You ': : : ]
,la | moments: before 8 o'clock and from Arc Positively Curable. I -.--- -- _. can get your house ,:

!' the time it .leaves Perdijo station I IanMather utlmiiiNtcr 1'i-o', Cure furnished complete with : ;"
Tn f if! run U ,B, rltu nRT'!' I 1 when their children have Spasmodic elegan, furniture at Mar- r 11 I
the bell i3 kept ringing. This "
: pre-
.1
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( t ;iwY I Y a I John A. Their, of the Hotel Rrpplltr 7 1Butur Croup. It is effectual. stop $ I
Quiiui'ii
caution was being observed lat Street, an old time San l'raDcSbu.i- casy pay- : :
It ness man.1I'r11'1oDt'ccmt'l'r 21, mil: I should; ; the! "Dees- ts
Everybody sea men weekly .1" ,
b evening and after the train had I Q.-It Is bard fnr people to bellcieHri ht'sDI..ea.e -- --- -, or--monthly.- J': ;
trickikule": tonight. ., I
passed Barcelona street the body ofi and Habeas are curable. Will you .
2d let us mention your case! FOR LUMBER : '1
.J BEGINNING HONDAY, February :: i the sleeping: man was entangled in 'I, A.-YouiLay. I've told many about it. CO TO E. W. PEAKE'SIII Call on J5EEKMAX LUMBER rD' g

Q.-Did declare it Diabetes? :
physieians
vfez through Tuesday the wheels: and was carried quite a .
CO. for
I No.30 South I'alafox street, f-' estimates: before placing
A.-A Lalf cozen did. For three years I declined j II r your I' .
.:.= the 3d, when the Sale will positively close. distance before it fell to the fide of steadily till ficnlly I had to sell my I, electrical work. He is prepared to your orders for lumber. dlC-ltn' ,I 'it .,
business. Ite taut: doctor ttiougiit! I'd live only :1
the track. Lewis was not then dead, I i t do you a first-da job at moderate It
about six advised
witUs and me to straighten
r but life wa so far gone that he could : out my affairs. j|, prices. Phone 203.SHERIFF'S. DR. p, E. BRUCE R" I'
( Q.-How soon did bcsrln to mend under 1 f
you -- ---
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b Stock remaining on hand at Close of not speak audibly when found a few I the f"ult"n Ctjii,pounils 1A.Thesprilicgratttysa.uhccan i SALE. Has :,t( *
to dl''u.I returned and re-umed rractice. :
Sale will be shipped So this will be I moments; afterward by a negro who I but it was nearly year before 1 was perfectly i 15y virtue of an execution l-'ued out of : ii
'z=: away. sound. the circuit court of KariwiiOln county. Office West t .
2X'2
chanced to pass that way. I V-Did; any whom you told of it like It ? Honda nlieivin M. t..Uonzaltz 13 plain'iff, Government Ht., I
c. 'tour Last Chance to get Household Goods A-Semal Baas of D.abt'eH ami Itri ht's and it M AT ry Is d..r"od..ct.l han Itvtpdi Salisbury Building.Tolophono .
I Engineer McDonald felt the jar as Disease, upon bearing my experience twk it i upon the proper'vf the mid K. M. Avery \' :,,'
at your own figures. I anti rcrov,rud. and 011'111'.11 HI public outcry tor cash la
I the wheels rolled over the body of ij-Can you r.call the nam>>s front of the county court house In the city 140. I! i ; \
A-I don't l.ko to mention them without 01 ensacula, Florida,on the first Monday,
1JI Lewis. He paid noparticular attention I their permission. One was a trend In Collla- I the 2nd day of .March, r\<"J. at the usual :
wood Ohio who was pensioned off by bin com i hour of sale the following described property I r 'i'iI.
to it, as he felt the uneven rails pany as incurable. He recovered Another to-wit: MONEY TO LOAN
After the 3d of February I will engage I was that of a well.to-do lady In tLls city, who The east *t feet of thc Ret 72 feet of Ar-
every day after children had been was also given up by her phyi'cians. She Is pent lot:f*.Old City of Pen=acol said pitr- .
in the Loan now perfectly well.Q.What cell,Int on Cha-e street oetw.t-n Kajltn On the ;
exclusively playing thereabout and placed rocks! do you think now or the curability and spring ttreels. mon reasonable terms and
of chronic IIrl ht's Disease and Diabetes! GEO E. SMITH.MiriltT.. without publicity.: .
Business at and coal on the rails. He was horrified A.-I have known for several years that they f30awfw r
are curable. J. \V. BULIARD '
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know short time afterwardthat y.-Hut the books say that they are not! t ;i
to Certainly they do, and t r that reason CJU'V i' t1'1'ICFaI t. 2S!, South Palafox, Up-Staira. C
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:: 112= 114 South Tarragona St. his engine had ground the life many gradually.will not at first believe: it,but they will --- --- tITH-F.Kthecapta- ... .n.own*I J. A. WILSON, Manager. ,
coosllln. of the Russian f il
out of the old man. It is judged -- -n .
: t Chrl'tian s j 1 be rf>[KD6i- I Jt.fPt1Stic
:* had fallen !>tt'dlcalworks asrre that Prishfs Ids" sand his fur debts contracted by
that Lewis asleep on Diabetes are incurible,but t>'7 per cent are I the crew of said vts.?l. I
positively recovering under the Fulton Ccci- \'J KTOI(JOH \N9. II
the rails. The place at which he pounds. (Common forms of kidney complaintand .ro order. Captain. I
rheumatism offer but short rcsistaoce) s
> lost his life is,very dark at night Price f 1 for the Bnirht's Dlseasa and !1 Si for f Slit I
R. Meriwether..JAi the Diabetic l>Tiiound. John J. Fuitua Co.. !, _- NEITHER the caplaln.ovrn"r' -
13w but had he been walking: the track Oat Montgomery M ,han Francisco sole com- -;- ... nor con nt-e* of the !
If. ,
Free Descriptive
pounders. tests ml for paueitd. ntuD jO.bip Rhone .lll berespous.hie
the engineer would have seen him pamphlet mailed free. for debts contracted -
& 'I bv the crew of said, vt-ssel.
and possibly! have prevented the Southern States Lumber Co.Lunsltn.r. rhOb)9 r aphy2O4

I HANNAH BRO, '
a \ bloody accident. The engineer was \V.H.MILLICH\P.

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THE DAILY NEWS. PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA. TUESDAY' FEBRUARY. 3,1903.

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day sent the following telegram to

INVITED BOOKER Senator McCreary of the Sun: fin SAMUEL CHARLES,

"Believing social equality inconsistent -
.: HDDT AND SHOE
with the ideas, customs and insti- r i1 MAKER

tutions of the South and consequently I .L ,
: T. WASHINGTON REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
inimical to her highest good and best
I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes,; Leather & Findings
N interests I cannot sit idly by and per-
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mit so serious an infraction of her s. ',PHO.NE 514. 007 hOUHI PAIAKOX 8TIIKKT.J. : .

TO DELIVER AH ADDRESS IN social laws as has been attempted. ,

I, therefore declare the auditorium

THE CITY OF CAINSVILLE- unavailable for the use of Booker ,, V l l2t E. DUBUISSOX t9 BROTHER,

Washington, cr other colored
any per OltXEK TAttllAGONA IXTEXDEXCIA STUKK1.
NOW TNERE'S SHOELTO son, during the convention of superintendents >
Dealers inI
or upon any subsequent oc

PAY. casion. WM. M. HOLLOWAY." t 1 I I o: Choice Staple and Family Groceries, #

"There I is no doubt that Professor } Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily They are too many to enumerate
; and are Warranted to be the Best the Market Afford* and can be
Washingtcn will be here, but he will
(From the Tallahassee! Daily Capital.] 1X l Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given us During the
net be permitted the privileges of the i Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Fart of the City.

The invitation extended by State auditorium platfcrm. It is understood
4 '# 1 COUNTRY ORDERS:: WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTIOI \.
Superintendent Sheats to Booker T. I that arrangements will be made

Washington, to deliver an address at among the colored people to entertain P.O. Box 326. J. E.. Dubuisson & Bro.
Gainesville some time next week I him at ML Pleasant church." I PHONE 66. ,

while the conference between the National I Mr. Sheats' Version. Fzu.n.i1.y Grocors.

Education Board, cf New York i I After reading the above editorial i__ ..-I.---- ..
and the county superintendents of the Capital visited Mr. Sheats in his ; .-
r. _, _
Florida Is In session, has: created an office for the purpose of getting an ;'J'yA':; .;""'. > ':: .A. J.\l.A.

uproar throughout the state. The expression from him in regard to the ," ;',:tf.,(>":.'... a vJerySl''ClS3tlt

generally is condemning Mr. matter. Mr. Sheats was at first averseto :i i ix;a
press I 1 ...},.., .. -" ( TO !\'ERY t WOOLFOLK,)
Sheats for his action, contending that .. making any statement whatever, ... t; }': ;O '.
ia ,view of the insult offered the South but after ccnsidc-ting a while relented rN" J, 1.f.t.. ; ."y :; .' IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

by Roosevelt, in the appointment cft' and the following interview resulted: ':i.. '.,5...\ )rgp, l."f.,ftt"li''rti" ,' .' L" -. .1' ""
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.'. .. .I' : ,: : HARDWAKE.
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J m ftt to WhIte! House receptions it would I!. in regard to the editorial: published in 4M '.. 4 :' ""' i-HV"
I' II" ) '-I--, ? Iron, Ntu'.a Axe*, hhrvil*, Saw Mill and KtoainboatHuppli
'. I I.,.' vry unwise to have \Vashingtanp i j i.I the Gainesville Sun and the attitude I ( I ;" (, .- t, {--.. It I '-s, Cokingand! Keitinrttove. Paint, Oils
-, ak at Gainesville: at this time. :! of the people of that town on accountof _11, '; ,': (, .: .r.; : t.( Window Gla?!!, Guas, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.

The Gainesville pole! are especial-1'i the invitation cf L'ook. Washing! .--',.. Fe .. \ atc anil Tinware
I ( ,"i.E .l.l.: <<" .. ; ana lloiisefiirnishini ( ootla.f.V"AGENS .
.
ly indtenaLt! and the nail)' Sun of tin to speak there on February 4?" II : \ iJ. "" .. 'S'. i<:(, ...
V.1 tv ,(Ct 9 ail: ? ', (.s FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING
I >' MILL
January: 28, had the following eUito- J asked the Capital. After a short de- -"h' ." ., ;, t Il'AXY-cn
I Revere Giant :Stitched Pelting, Northampton Emery
rial, under the caption, ".\n Insult, liberation and a few remarks not to 4. e,
Wheel '
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p t' C-> L>Uiu &; Kind Powder Co., John-oa's Kal-
if True:" the point Mr. Sheats answered: I1liss ,' .r: t1I.'l"t.c" g' ", .' ;;somine Iron Kills and Buck Stoves and Range; Win

An Insult, If True, !I "I think it would be best to pay no .,. \, ..... COUCH & ('0.'. Haw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's

"The people of Gainesville, at least 'j I attention to the attack-better to ignore Rose Peterson, Secretary Park- Made Railroad Colors.
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those of Southern With, are highly it entirely, especially if one does 0 Masonic:; Temple, Pensacola, Fla.

indignant at the report that lion. not THsh his name to be bandied dale Tennis Club, Chicago, from experience i-I I .

W. X. Sheats, state superintendentof about in the newspapers. ij
public instruction has: invited "I invited Washington to deliveran advises all young girls who have pains j; J. A- VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT.

Booker Washington to address the address at Gainesville some time and sickness peculiar to their sex, to rely on VAN PELT BROTHERS
county superintendents and the "Gen- during the conference between the

eral Board of Education" in the Audi- National Education Board, of New Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable! Compound. ,

s torium of the public school building York and the county superintendentsof GARDEN STREET GROCERS,
ti How many beautiful young girls develop into worn, listless and hopeless
on February 4th. Florida. He will! make that address women simply because sullicient attention has not been paid to their physical Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of
I "The Sun is loath to believe that and the white people can attend development. woman is exempt from physical weakness and periodic

t, 'lr. Sheats has offered such an insult if they want to. pain and young: girls just budding into womanhood should be carefully STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
guided physically as well as morally.If .
ti to the Southern people of his own I "Booker Washington the leading ,
.. you know of any 3-011112 la lv who i* sick, and needs motherly i
town, and in order to bo able to negro of the South, is doing a great advice, a...k her to write to 31 rs. I'inkham at L> nn, 3Li.s., M ho will Fruits, Nuts, and all the Dclicacacies of the Season.
-! speak authoratively upon the matter I work to educate his race on industrial give her advice fire, from a source of. knostletlge which is uneqnak ,
t" the editor wired him asking if the lines. His Gainesville talk isexpected ,l in the country. nu not hesitate about statin. details i! Our Goods are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting the
I which one in.iy not like to talk about, and which arc essential
rpprt was true. The only answer i I to be on this line and it for a full uudcrstumlin of he case. i Best, Freshest and Cheapest.

U lecclvi-d, however was a telegram will be eminently proper for him to
Hiss Hannah E. Hershon, Collings- 1!!
M from Mr. Sheats' private secretary to speak at the time and place set for VAN PELT BROTHERS

ProffsscrVideraaa, stating that Booker him His address will deal excluvsivcly { i rl-{t; { wood, N. J., says : ,

i.t: Washington would! deliver an aI.1 I with the best plans for educating !11'1t!:t. ;i !,, 'f "I thought I would write and toll you TELEPHONE NO. 231. .4 ,t1.'oC 31 EAST GARDEN ST.
t !, ,".' :*.PI. :t. that, }by following your kind advice, I fl't'1 like
+ dress in Gainesville on February: 4th ; the negro and will! not allude! to "
!i a new IHTMMI. I \vu: always thin and dcliim\
, on the subject of ('ducati< n. "Jnfoim :|,: social equality, unless to disapprove ''1'="""" 'Ift I and so weak that I could hardly do anything

MrCrcary." i. of it. ;1d tt'_ : )!I'Ilotrmtion was iiTC';;nhr. The Star Laundry

t "This is anything but a satisfactory "The more fact that a negro is invited ( y. "I tiled a little of your Vegetable Compound ,

1 answ r to the question, but we will : to deliver an educational lecture .e.. and IK-JJ.III to feel Letter right away. I continued -
. await a more definite icily before (! which white people can attend its: use: and am now ''l.1mul\ i strong, aril I I Biggest, Busiest, Best I
n enJtrndte regularly I cannot fay enough for ,
if they so desire, does not compel them
speaking as we fed regarding the mat what your medicine( did for 1lI1.'." .
r ter. to do so, nor does it imply that the

'_ Hooker Washington is eminently talk will be disapproved by any white How firs Pinkham Helped

. the leading negro in the United hearers. Fannie Kumpe. They SpeaK

i States frcm an educational point of "1 invited Washington to speak in "DEAR MRS. l'IXKII.UII feel it is my duty to

view, and an invitation to address the I Gainesville weeks before the Roose- mite and t11"ou of the In-neiit I have derived from your advice and

'y colored people on the date named velt episode that has created such the use of Ljdia II. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. The pains' for 1hMse1sWe \ !
!' ii back and womb hla1l1dt and IJlt.n--trual trouble is QJ
would be eminently proper Lot to !'an uproar. His address is not apart : my me, my
corrected. I am very thankful for the gad :lhkclU( gave me, and I
invite him to address the white poo-j i ( f the proceedings of the conference.: let the Khirts Collars
shall reetinnnaendyotu'nledicille to all who sutler from female nraknes.llrF'ANxla11C11PEllhSChesterst.Little :'.
pie of Gainesville in our public i| lie will speak at night-not as one and Culls we Launder speak for
;t : Hock: Aik. (Dec. 10, IWK}
![ of the in the conference- themselves. will talk
luMil participants They louder
I < building would b* as grave an I LJtU1"illlham' Vo,ctaMo Compound will cure any
': :nsult, in the opinion of the Southern : for the simple purpose of giving his woman in the land who suffers from womb troubles, iullanuna- ..LaawecaWe: want to be judged

: S people, as could be offered them. I views en important subject of lion of the ovarieskidney troubles! nervous riiabilitj, iicrvoua I more oy the work we do than by

i, "If Superintendent: neats extendedthe I educating the negro. They may be prostration, and all forms of woman's special ills. what we say.

Lt' invitation in the form reported he I approved, or they may not, just as

i .:a has committed political! suicide, and they may suit the individual hearer. ton, the negro educator, to deliver an I r I with regard to havinn a conferenceof ALL WORK
' for his fake, as well ao? the people: of | Nobody will\ be forced to listen toI c. o. D. Mi CalM for ad D2lierel Free,
'! address in this city, at the State convention I the loading negro teachers at
tr I Washington against his will but those t TELEPHONE 114. 27
: the city which he still chums: as his GARDEN ST.
I of Gainesville about the same time. I
County Superintendentsand
1 legal place: of residence: we trust the who wish can hear him. The subMeet I WALKER INGRAM

! report is not tnlIf it is true, he en which he will\ likely talk is the General! Education Board, suggest that you write to Mr. Sheatsimmediately Manager.WICFE&CO. .

Education Would for which he has been severly criti! -- .. .,.
f can rest assured that i"> will never I'\That i i you Suggestfcr as to what the colored --- .

again receive the suppoit of th" I>r>m- 1 the negro?' cised by many of the best people here, people of Gainesville! will do in the

C ocrats of Alachua county for any of [ "This subject was thoroughly discussed Prof. Sam W Dettose, colored, principal
way of entertains a dozen or more i
! flee to which he may in future aspire." at the meeting of the Board of the Industrial Institute here, .

II The Sun was congratulated: on I Athens, Ga., and I fail to see why requests your correspondent to give leading teachers, provided they are

,:' every side for publishing the above I the views of the leading negro educator the faacts in the case as they actually! gotten there for such a conference, Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter i
and their railroad fare paid from the
and the following special sent out in the South on this subject are. ,

from Gainesville en January 29, shows I ought; not be helpful in its solution.His Professor DeBose states that in fund provided by the General Education

, the feeling of the people\ of that town speech will be either in the ne- anticipation of the coming convention -: Board. Yours truly, No. 6 South Palafox Street.

! in regard to the matter. There is no gro academy the court house, or theopera of white people, he decided it i "11. E. BENNETT, Clerk." All Rinda oi Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand

doubt that it is very bitter toward ; \ house It was never contemplated would be a good idea to hold a convention -! Pref. DeBose states that it was TELEPHONE 125rEfs8AooLA. FLA.

!Jr. Sheats, and it may result in I' that he speak in the white of the leading colored educators nevr the intention of requesting the .

,.' Wa -hin ten's not going: : to the town I schools, nor that he participate in cf the State in this city at the same appearance of Washington at the TIME TABLE.

f. after all. The special follows, in the general discussions of the confer- time, feeling that great good could be auditorium: because his address, the

I full: I I ence-simply designed to give opportunity accomplished, and those colored teach- subject of which is is Negro Education LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN

,1V Are Very Indignant"Gainesville I to those who might wish to eers assembled might gain some valu- was calculated to be directed to EFFECT DECEMBER 1, 1801

, I : Jan. 211.-The announcement hear the leading educator of his race able suggestions from the \jvisitingsuperintendents. the colored teachers especially, but

I cf the coming of Hooker express his views as to what kindof Reading that he as a matter of course would be opento New Orleans'and Mobile.

Washington, the negro t educator to education is best adapted to the must secure a drawing attraction in the public.

this city to deliver an address before present needs of the negro. order to inauce an attendance, and Prof. Washington will be here and '7:15a No.8 12:15m No.4. l1o.p No2. LenePl>naacolaArrln 6s No.1.0a IOOp No,1. 1'0 9:00p I,

, the convention of County Superintendents "His views en this subject have also realizing that his personal Influence arrangements have been made to en- 8:60 a 2:7 p tSrt a Leave_ Jo'lomatoD_ Leave IM a 2:80 p 7:2Ii! II
11:00 a 4:22p: 2:56 a Iave.Mobile __ Leave ,
b and the General Education hitherto been approved by the best would have little cr no effect tain him in Mount Pleasant Methodist ,..-,..-.. H5p 71O a Leave _New urleanN Leave 1:118 gaup n' 12:16 7:25a: D 6:00._p

I'f : Hoard which will convene here February -! thinkers South, as well as North, and on Professor Washington besought Episcopal Church, colored. A
i North.
''". 4, has caused a great deal of it is yet to be seen how the hearingof the influence of SuperintendentSheats cordial invitation is extended to those
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f I1 comment pro and con and State Superintendent them could in the ]east contribute in his official capacity, to extend white people who desire to hear him, No.2, I I No 4. No. 1 No. I.

''t.... Sheats is being severely I Ito social equality, or warp the Judgment the invitation, explaining to Mr. a number of seats having been re- 11:05pm 8:15am i 12:15pm 857pm Arrlve Le..ePen. Montgomery_-Leave Arrive 1I:15am':OOpm 1IJllm
a'ipm'I
1f. named for his action in inviting : of white Democrats who are Sheats at the time his purpose. Having served for them. They are assuredof 'I It:58 a m I 8:1J'1 pm Arrive_ Birmingham ,Leave 8:33 a m ':06 p m
' 7:05pm 3:10&m Arrive_NaahvilleLeave __ _
t :el the negro. Mr. Sheats hailing from I earnestly inquiring how the negro and recently established his school a gentel and courteous welcome, i 2:110: II m I I 8IS II m Arrive _Louisville _Leave 1:15 p m 2:41 a lit

this city, which he ('alhis home, the country can be most benefittedby here, Professor DeBose suggested by annd a great many have expressed i 7lO 7:3oam: am' 11 1g0pm:58 a m Arrive.Arrl"e....__.ClncinnatlLeave.l>It, Loull ..._.vave 8fJ':15 p p m m 11 8:56pm:15 p m _

; is all the more censured. I the State's expenditure for the improvement letter that an admission fee be charged their intention of attendinng the lec
I PENSACOLA AND RIVER
r "Upon receipt of the information, I of this rare."ashington to Washington's lecture, the funds ture. JUNCTION.No. .

in justice to )Ir. Sheats, Senator McCreary "\\ expects to be received to be devoted to the institution. The 21-DaIl1 !io.I-DaIl1 No atop where time not shown No I-Dall1 (No. ms-vssr:
.f \ that official asking and entertained by his while in following letter from H. E Bennett I
telegraphed race One Minute Cough Cure gives a 11:6:1: pm TOO a m LtlVe... Pen acola.Arrln 10:50 pm 8:110 II 111
'j)' him for facts in the case.: This the city of Gainesvuie, and will doubt- Mr. Sheats' clerk in reply to this suggestion relief in one minute, because it kills 1:111 n:20"nlgllt 7UI"1:18" __ Uollemla Ynleltra_... "" 1011'10:81"" '8:01":08"

telegram was sent to Tallahassee less behave himself as approvingly explains itself: the microbe which tickles tne ma- 1 :23" 1:11 N _ElICambla_ 10112 11:67 ..

Tuesday but so far neither Mr. Sheats I to the general public as will the politest "Tallahassee., Jan. 26, 1903.- cons and membrane at the causing the cough, li:1IS 12:811"It '7'Y:25: "" "" .___Mulat Harp__ "" 10:21 10:21 "" 6:66 6N ..
time
same clears the
waiter in the Hotel Prof. Samuel W. DeBose Gainesville U:50" ':115 _GaltC1t1_ 10:16 6:27 "
nor his secretary has condescendedto negro City phlegm draws out inflammation UM" 138 MlltoD. 10:10 0:10 N
reply. This silence would probably -I and will go away better satisfied than Fla.: Dear Sir-Yours of the 24th and heals and soothes the affected 1:80 a m ( _Good Ranll I. 1:66 "
IM" 8:15 __ HOltl_ __ ya6 "
be taken as an admission of the if invited to partake of a feast at inst., regarding havinng Booker parts. One Minute Cough Cure 2:20" 8a1 )11II1gln __ 120 1:1t 1:110 "
I strengthens the lams, wards off 2:88" 8J18 _Creltvlew_ 1:11 1:00 "
i truthfulness of the report. the board cf Gainesville's leading citiZen Washington Icture in the opera house, pneumonia and is a harmless and 1:00" 8:50: _Deer Land 8IJ 1:81 "
"The people generally are very indignant ." is at hand. never failing; care In all curable ';21" 8:10" "" Moaey Head 849 lie "
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1:116" "
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"DeJl'nnlak8prtDII. 8:18 2:11 :'-
i over the matter, and openly Porf. DeBose's Explanation. "Superintendent Sheats has not cases of Coughs, Colds and Croup. IM" __._ Arg1Ie._ ':M 2:11 "
One Minute Cough Cure Is pleasantto liIl' ':1'17' --ronC6 de Leon 7:211 2:11 "
; declare the action of Mr. Sheats apolitical The following telegram was also yet returned, and hence I cannot speakfor take, harmless and good alike for 1:00" 10:10' _WeltYlI1e_-_ ':11 1:66 "
.. and social disgrace. sent from Gainesville him in this I 6:118" 10:16' __ CarJTllIe_ 712 ltII "
matter. doubt
t : and Old.
very
young Harris Pharmacy, 1i.1III" 10::JJ' _Bonlfa1..... 8M 1:21 "
"Hen. W. M. Holloway, superintendent Gainesville, Jan. 30.-In vindication -. much his connsenting to have this John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. 8:00" 10:17" 1' _.Chlple1_ 1:81" lOt"
880" 11ffl" ---CoUondale_ 1:18" UJJ.I DOC'
of public Instruction of Alachui of the action of State Superintendent means of raising money for any purpose 1:00" 11:26" .". -Marianna_ 8:00" 1:1' "
Cleaning ladies skirts and waist 1:10" 11t6" _C1prPII_ 1 :B8'" 11t6 oat
when the Sheats
at
Xewberry ( in ,
f county: was extending invitation
an Is one of orr specialties. Star Laon- 7:10" 11:52" _Grand 8Idl'_ 1:22" I 112 "
information reached him, and yester- to Prof. Booker T. Washing "Professor Washington writes dry. 7t.8" 12:06 DOD t. __ tnead._.. 6:21" 10fJO'
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111 MHiH -m.. CONFERENCE OF E6UCATOR8. WEEKLYIJCHEDULB!
ChissilleAvetiseMellts? "My Sons
FOB STEAK DITI8IONPEN8ACXIiA
Your back Scholarships Under Provision of Cecil '
ELECTRIC TEIUQK
money Rhodes' Will Considered. said a great business man, "are my RAILWAY COMPANY.

WORD.UNEYTOJ4ND. Atlanta. Feb. Representatives and need all the
they
CENT A partners
ONE H Trains leave i-ecsa ola for the LliuiB
ywi art Rot satbfM of educational institutions of nine strength and courage I can give !I BIt( Bayou,mngtonS, .Tj Yarl
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and Fort Barrancas as6S0I.m.srrIvesL
DO You StJ'PIIOSJ: that a OOIIIpuy with a eap1&al of lll southern states met In this city this them," and he forthwith paid for a .
.ooo.ao.lIaI4 bI ran.UI &lie Fort Barrancas I:18& .n10uoa.m.arrive
proud reputatioD of Ie Jean 01 COIItJ.IlIOIa! success wolll4 m afternoon in a conference called by in The Mutual
-" IS to the letter'DO o sw Ia aD ocr ItII4 11II5 oarrr 1,000,000 policy at Fort Karraneai LU
; OSEY loLENDouImprovea ouj YOU SUPPOSI we would Jeopardize our &D4Juc with Dr. George ELParkin of Toronto Canada Life Insurance Company of New I:00p.m.arrlveat Fort Barrancas 1:ii p-K:
or.tIll dlllIUbUc 11I4 our cwIoeI 8:80 p.m.arrlTe at Fort Barrancas ':16 p t*
estate m large or small rruter.ueetIII by fa1liD4 too filiAl aD7 prom1ae we mske P for the purpose of consideringthe
real DO YOU SUPPOSE would York. Not without the most careful 11:1611.m.arrlTe Fort Barrancas T:00 p a
we make
low rate of interest. such aD offer If.e did ao\haft the
aJ'j unt at. denee ID the satWying quality ot our 1OOdI' umtol&cod. conditions for granting scholar 'SQOp.m.arrtvestFort Barrancas t'Mf.a
Brooks investigation, however extending Trains lean Fort Barrancas for fenia-
,
rill! on L"lle attorney WE KNOW we CaD pleue you aDd lave JOIl mony for BAYNIR: WHISKEY ships to Oxford university Eng., un-
roeI cola at
j.iW, 2iU'i t'. Palafox tit., Fisher dIrec& from our distillery to Jail,with aU Ita orieiD&l rlcllnesa aDd bTor.camtuc a UNITED over six months. He was convinced -
at der provisions in the will of the late ..
STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARANTEE ot T:15a.m. arrive at Fensacola -. 8:00 s>, BIlo0p
3mlw
bUIII1Il[ ,ou the bUr proflu of the dealer TbM's why 1\'. beat for med1clnal PURITY and AGE and saving I Cecil Rhodes. i by just such facts as led the I m. arrlTe IPeciacoliwllttpa'

WSttSSSSS" That'why we Ire regularly WMSr'K President of a National Bank in 2:00 p.m.arrive at r'ensscola.___ IM p.n'
MOSEY" -DAY-Do you. Lead Th&5' wily YOU 1hou14 try IL The meeting was held behind closed 6:00 p arrive at P80.acoa_ .:" p K
doors but New York to make the curious and ':CO p. m.arrlTe at Pensacoia_ ,:"".
You can borrow the result of the conference -
.1 any ..._
Ulonr) 8:45p. m.arrt1'8at I'lnlloola tM ..*
amoult you want today on eastet Direct from our distillery to YOUSimDnlirt'Profits will be made public when a decisIon shrewd provision in his will, whichis 'batnrdaysoolyPA&B

term- and lowest rates anywhere is reached. contained in "A Banker's Will." FOB WZBK: DAT8.Peoiwsola .

.burnable! on improved city real During the meeting it is said that Write for' it and also for the to Fort Barrancas and return tit
Wm. Fisher, UJ2 S. I 'rl"allAdultlrallon I t'ensacola to Nary Yard and return_ ItiPeniaeola
.1le-froU1 the educators will decide the of the
t upon account $1,000000 policy, to Palmetto Beach and return
Mrest. lu-ti
p.iI.iMt : age limit! the terms of examinationsand The Largest Annual Premiums." SUNDAY ICEBDDDB.

the time and place for holding When weather permits the running e
to borrow in-
yoU want money, coaches.
If This Company racks open
seflAutCY' insure your property HAYNER WHISKEY them. First-la Assets. Leave Peniaeola.la. LT Fort K rr sMf

rN"cure abstracts of title, buy ol.tl FIrst-In Amount Paid Policy.holJersFnst m.. 10 a. m.Ua.m. .

real estate, rent property olnv Jennings Makes Appointments. -ln Age if I p.m.m.Ip.ro. .

dr-'Miption, have rents collected PURE 8EVEM-YEAR.OLD Tallahassee Fla., Feb. Governor Ip.m Spin --

or jour taxes attended to. RYE .J' Jennings has made the following civil THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE Ip. m p.m.
till .,n r address Tlioe.C. Watson ".':I. 4 p. m P BI It
Co.; Heal Estate and InsuranceUut FULL appointments: C. F. Fairbanks COMPANY OF NEW YORK 1p.m.p.m.. p.lC. 4
.
Tp.m
$0:22 EXPRESS
< Fens-icoU Fla. Charges of Chicago, to be commissioner of
=
: who 4 deeds of Florida in the state of Illi RICHARD A. McCrRDT PresiJent..ssau YASIFO&PPPDAY
To everyone buy
i:: drr..te. eaitcola to art barranoai; Wary
O
a !lot from us we will lend money I QUARTS PREPAIDWe nois. John Stewart, of Da Funiak.to \aidin3rsturnFemaoola _____ n<

with which to build a house. 81Ul'AKrKX be inspector of timber and \ Cedar William: & to Palmetto lJeiol1 asaNofrelzht
Liberty
lun'i r8&url1.......... ______ lit
-- ber of Walton county. E. T. Levy, .
will send you FOUR FULL QUARTS of HAYNER'S SEVEN-YEAR- Street NEW YORK, N. Y. elTfd after 1:110. ro.3KNKUAL
h.IJI..J'/.u.tcn I !!ihuul. OLD RYE for 1120, and we will pay the express charges. When you receive of Live Oak to be notary public for --- -- --------
the whiskey try it and U you don't nod it aU right and u good CECII* AV1MCOA, Manager,
-- -- ---- as you ever the state at large. S. P. Kigginboth- FHKNC11 BCHEDL'LF
drank or can buy from any body else at any price. then send it back at our Jack=onvill\ FU.
l\I DEI Hchool will Le"i'd.,1 expense and your 1120 will be returned to you by next maiL How could am, of Jacksonville to be fish and
A1 Itt W an offer be fairer? We take all risk Following i* the schedule of the
i at rigbt street1k the and stand all the expense. If game warden for Duval county AlIen .
T. C. WATSON & CO.: D'strict
., Mi-s Margaret"Maclay.. I the goods do not please you. Won't you let us send you a trial order? We ManagersP {overnment steamer General French
< ov SOstf ship in a plain scaled case; no marks to show what's inside. U. Parish of Miami S. R. Hodges *. Fla. which T IE NEWS prints for the

__ Orders for Ariz., CaL. Col. Idaho. Mont.'. Nev.. N. Met. Ore..Utah.Wash. of Lake City and L. J. Owens of -, I Benefit of the merchants who shipUeavrs
or Wyo., must be on the basis of 4 OuartN for .. Express Cassia to be notaries public for the ----- heir goods to the \various
11.t11tO'I4. = Prepaid or CO quarts for $16.OOby Freight Prepaid. army
,._ i state at large. ;posts:
I Write our nearest omce and do It NOW.
SAUAH UEIBNE-Manufac- Leaves t'en5r.clls..n..... 7:00a.m.
!11 I::", THE HAYNER Grim Reaper Pursues Family. Luu'e Karranras. ...... .n..n'... _..,... TiV a, m.
: : .1-1.1 dealer in Hair Uoods, I DISTILLING COMPANYATLANTA If You Have .....11t'lckt'n5 ..... ... .......,....._ 5tlft. m.
1-: Tulit Articles, Hair Oil GA. DAYTON OHIO ST. LOUIS, lift ST. PAUL, MINN. Moultne! Ga.. Feb. 2:,-H. Suggs a I, L ftHlrrsll.....' ..._....._ H.fia. ra.

: .u: \Vet Oovernmetit street, 156 DISTIIXIET. TBOT. 0. ESTABLISHED 1S6& resident of \\est :'Ilo'lltrie. died Wed- fensacola: ,.. ..... ... ...IOIi a. m.
Arrives Bar ram H 11:10 a. m. nod then,
--
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-- --j I nesJay night. Mr. Suggs died of pneu :makes a trip to Fort ilcKee and then re-

'or Itefl.j monia. Mrs. Suggs died Thursday :crns to l.arranerts.
h" __- I I"tJl. RheumatismURIGSOL L"avi"s Karrancai ..n ,.., ... nn ...... rift p. m.
KF.NT: -G-room ccttage on W. ----- -- --- -- roor:!:.; al;out 4 o'clock. There was Leaves l>tckf us.. ...., ... ..... n' ? I::!,'> p. m.

DeVilliers streets. I less than 12 hours between the deaths. Leaves l't'R"lcola. ... ......_ ,........_.. 4:111 ip. m.
t; anear DYRNE'3
ALABAMA OUTUT OF COAL NOMH Ai ON. Leaves Pickcns .... f.:15p.m.
Ou :ri.om and one 2 room apart- I Mrs. died of Mrs.
Suggs pneumonia. the great tested sad Arrives Hsrrnorns 1i:3': .1 p. m. and makes
L., :.-s at 213V.. Inteudeucia street.An Senate Committee Suggs lad been in a delicate state of I'n.t..ned California rIp to McKe and rrtarn.
in Kuod ordtr. Apply to Pat 1 1lcllll Will Aggregate Eetween 10,000,000 and en Judiciary Rec. for number of months. The Remedy: will cure On We'no.d.lntlud' Saturdays: the
) h. 9jlm ommends Rejection. health a you. It K-O! cures Liver Kidney ami oat \vitl leave Barrancas via Pick- 4
< 10,250,003 Tons. Washington Feb. 2.-The senate family] were all sick with fever last Bladder diseases caused by an ex aciil. It and builds
fails
uric
never up
WASM..LI>. Birmingham. Ala.. Feb. :2.: Within committee on judiciary today aereed fall and three daughters died form the henllh end strergth while tiling it. The General French is for army

a -'-- -'------ --- ------_ _--._ ,' another week the official figures of to recommend that the nomination of its effects. There is still anolherdauhtH feud stamp for bo>k of wonderful certificates. ;purposes only and auyoutsider must
TAXIED-Men to learn barber who is at the point of deathat Price, $1 per bottle. For tale save a from the quartermasterc
William pass
the output of coal in Alabama during Byrne for United States district ; by drupRista. If your druggist: : ran not
trade. Always ru.h for barbers in I this time. it will be sent prepaid take pateage o A her.
supply upon
the year 1S'U2 will: have been compiled attorney of Delaware be rejected. you
f'i>riu;,'. Prepare now. Years savedby receipt of price. Address
our method. bteady practice, In the office of State Mine Inspector .
Smallpox Prevalent
J. UeU. Hooper. This action was taken Uricsol Chemical Co. Los AngeIesCaI
tooN, diplomas, position and board after quitean Columbia. S. C.. Feb. 2.-Dr. James ,
1H'U. Catalogue mailed free Assistant Inspector: J. M. Gray, whois extended dicsussioa! Evans of Florence has returned froman or the E. W. PEAKE,

.Moltr Barber College, New Or- compiling the figures announcedthat The ground for the action
of the L N BrnnSW f & CO. NcDlstrlbutln9 Orl an La
Iru\... La. inspection of the smallpox situation Electrical contractor and builder,
the output for the year w'Jl! aggregate committee was the connection of
: in this state along the Savannah Agents. work
I will do electrical In first-
between 10,000,000 and 10,2oOr: Byrne with Delaware yonr
WAN 1 fc.D-All kinds of empty beer politics.It
river. lie found the disease prevalent .W class style and at reasonable rates.
hailH.. A. Friedman. n'J-tl (11)4) tons, showing an increase of more was agreed to delay the report in "
to a large degree among the negroesin He can be found at 30 South Palafox
than 1,141,000 tons as compared to the order to gIve th.. president an opportunity Anderson county and along the For sale by street. Phone 203.
I It) L'EL4.
.,... production during the year 1802!) as to withdraw the nomination.
Charleston and Westeift Carolina rail. SIDNEY KAHX
to what they did in 1901. 'n __ ____
COMMKUCIAL HOTEL, 110 In- compared road and has placed inspectors along

tf: tit i -i.i. Everything new; all There were several new mines opened Ex-Secretary L ng's Condition. that line. lie urges the necessity of J. N. ANDREWS

in .1' i : convenienceModerate during the past year and several of Boston. Feb. 2.-The condition of I vaccination of school children and cotton r t i f f ,

ut' :" jMii-ieuts. Desirable day the old mines had their capacity Increased former Secretary of the Naty JohnD. mill operatives. -I 1. \j .

b., ,' I i.i-'ik-n. 23jlm* I considrably.The l long showed continued! improvement .* Headquarters for ."*
ThM tiny t'spsdlcs: ireffiponor
bOlrd j production during 1901 aggregated early today and was in every Knoxville's New Passenger Station.
tn n.ilsiiD f VWc.
can be : ? t'paiba.
nUM.l.vdiy 8,97(>,fil7 tons. The production way satisfactory to the phyticians. Knoxville, Tenn., Feb. 2.: -The new .. SEWING MACHINES.REAL .
t tivtlr1', !. :'. w Commercial: hott'.1! ''* Inje.. _as, [81'
during the first month of this The family physician.! Dr. J. Winthrop passenger station of the Southern railway : -
rr,', "
1 ;i", I L.: : I"\\iitreet. Popular 'In' 1043 biluN Uf' !
i .:_u t.M. ii'-. iWjltu* year has been lare, and:: if the same Spoonr. !':Ji.l Mr. Long hal passed avery in this city. built at a cost of s.. ,P .,,,.,.. 'IJJ''li iuq 1D 't'n'l I ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT

I output is lept up it is f.pured that an comfortable night and was more $11)0.00was( formally opened this, < .. .... 11 Ii' SI j IHt.r.r.ICTC:
I'on.1.1:. I increase of over 1.5uOIIO' tans will rational in mind. morning. It is the handsomest station f I lt a m'h I'alafox frl'ft.

be *;ccurpd this year as against the I I on the entire Southern system and

C.\I l.I.\I t) ..f K.II.kud: Ten- production of 19111. Three or fourplaces Fire Piedmcrt required 1C months for construction. .

tu..-Ihm\ ". :jd.llHu'tj: driv- but at S. C. Ft':.__ _...__ .;.__ ..0.__ .;.-_-.._...;. ___ .,..pI. _...,-.;.-_ .. .;,.__ ...-_ .'\:
f'r .il-o .:iinj draft itiuie-, lor *ale are yet to l>e heard from. Raleigh. N. C., Feb. 2.-The numberof Colombian Canal ..._"' _., _, a-.J.. _- .. _", _a..-'It,:- .:,.. _."_ ."'- ;3'

ut it.iiiner/: .>f / trra-sa and I Assistant Inspector Gray assorts that students at the Agricultural and Mechanical Treaty. I 4

Jdi. "-"U -tr t.. Oil! Peaacola: I the production will for certain be over college! here now reaches 51)1. Washington Ft b. 2.: -The senate Roberts &

:stweMcMIlan.. Phone Ujlw L'l.j.HIC ; I i 10u,
I but did not it. The :* *5:
complete !
SCHOLARSHIP. committee -DEALERS IX \
I while two years ago there were only
;r\\LK-ft-cuud-hand set of I 27. will meet again tomorrow. Senator i

lnru: --. in ,"IU(1, iirdtr. Apply to I Morgan offered a number of I Ii
Award to
i First For an American CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
'lliop." bli\. room i\o\ lineenbii.ldi.i amendments which were not accepted -
:!,'. jinTtf Eugene Lehman. I Matriculation! Reaches 501.

A IlAlIuAlX: i" tit b*< had in one of New York. 1'ob. 2.-The first Cecil Greenville.\ S. C., Feb. 2.-The plant lame Foror.. !: New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. |:( '
of the igintcn Iron works, located A citizen walking a butcher'
I'' ,. ILl' -i r"'llit-IiI'| a iul 11101 (>- ntodes bdio'.arship in Oxford awardedto past
MI 11.)0 -'tl.\-.t N'(1rthwfc-t Hill, an Anu.ican has been given to Eugene at Piedmont was totally destroyed by shop in a northern Kansas to\ui saw (:jj) FRESH: SUPPLY OFRALSTON'S 1(j jft "

fill!', <'i tit -uai .inteed l..a-e at fair fire Saturday night. The loss is estimated the butcher and a custuuur rolling over '
i i llcitlcr Lehman a Yale graduate ;
;
f. : t. i. ,. .uar-. Phnl'' :)u-e can I I of the class of U'fl2.: at $.flu''); insuranc0 $1.000. the siwdu lUx>r in a rough antI turn ) OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS jif 1 :

t" u at my 1.llice..Clubb", The origin of the fire is unknown. bio fashion. lie priod them apart allli l! OF ALL KINDS. !
lie is the son of the late Moritz Leh- .. ..
I 1' ,, I I .
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11- ''1.1. lio-w: tht-n learned that the cutuimr had
-- m?n. a wholesale tobacco dealer: of ft'FREE i DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE UITY.i ''M
I Strike of couie to buy some dog! meat und that ( )
rOK >.\LI.- ti. inn-it dr-liable II Pueblo Colo. After graduating last Carpenters. 111 tI
1 WilkOFbarre. Pa. Feb. 2. Six hundred the butcher had nonchalantly asked. i; .;;.
N Iii.t. l'lt.nil. f-a-y term*, bj I. June. Lehman came to this city and ., Ro B E RT S & DAILY I :
l-i- -r Ieal: Estate Aaency.! carpenters in the Wyoming valley ")1'1' jou wish to cat it here or shall I ,
:3,,4 :N; 11th! I'ah .fux. \tIIl1' I I took a graduate ourSe in philosophyIn it up?" (E11 ( ))
strike wrap
out because
h___ ___ __ '! Co umhia. Last December he made went on today | 218-220 WnghJ St., East of Union Depot. ,ljj

nO.II'cllt.a.: II.."....,. 1 a-piidti! to Govornor Orraan of Col- the contractors refused to grant them i1 L'Iione 1 .">(!. I'ciiNiU-ol.i, Da.t
!aa increase from $250 to J3 a day. I.ont Inheritance. __ . .
LOAUDINU; :; HOt'SK! at Wheeler crado. who had two of Cecil Rhodes'scholarships Suitor-Permit me to say, Miss Flash, -:...'.,.--- -." ...a--- -." .....-....-.. ,4 4.--'- .", _-- '...-- :'."4,._-- .. .!.,--.. ....-_'. .. ."..__- ....._l.j.!.'__..

to dispose of. !Some plants me affected by chloii- that in suing for your hand I ama re-
T Miry: E-ther, FI.I.Ir; -. '
Ixhinan's ct'deLtials.'outhed for
form animals The the wbh of late f3ther-
t 'I' .. All thec just IS are. tcn ; spectins my
pror-rietre
: '- .tl t homo at very reaona I I by Yale stood higher than any of the plant loses its irritability in air Miss Flnh-B. your pardon sir

(1'. Northern tourists: will I i those. submitted! by :20i': otter appli- ('hlr.twillI chloroform \njior. hut in this instance you Lave inherited HALL & KLEIN

h .1' ". an ideal place to spend a I ( aliens.j ----- --- jour father's l.iteno-s. I accepted Mri'orcnuu ,

.'1 th'-, Inlm Lehman will now enter Oxford next last e''f'nlng.-HicllluoulllJis-
":ttn. j
_.:__:.: Try Gnnther's Candies at
1 of Dr. Felix S. PALAFOX STREET.
autumn. He is a pupil patch. ____ 500-502
)11..II..n..II.I .. I II Adler. and it is his intention to study Solomon's. (Iul nj4'-

the conditions of the Jews in Russia A little chansc In the hr.ml, is worth
:: :.\IRNintriinmdhats 1 and Groceries
an I the (east with a view to their more than great change in the weatii-- Staple Family
: vl t>y AIi;;. ii:. D. NorJ-1 I
amelioration. Kecwd.
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r.-Philadelphia ,
i> n.aktroi'in: for the Mardi

t. ,dinut: h.ive ro''ui and Select Meats Vegetables Etc. in Tins. ;,
'I'I' > l low that they are ': SEND YOUR ORDERSto HARD If you want a nice present to given ,

ni all. Remember the :j a friend go and look through the ,
N II I K\-t lutetidem-ii: : Pearl & Polive for carpenter or decant line of suitable articles at Faultry Eggs and Country Produce. ,:

::OJ ltll electric: work. Repair work a J. I. Stephens, you surely can find I II

spec i ilty. something to plea e you. If yoc "
No.
I Telephone 358.
II' .\N. innUrelli linker. 315 --- want anything in the Diamond line

:- :' ni'! x -treet. RH cover- BRICK: i be sure to PP him bpfurn.yOU buy. __ t,
CHURCH NOTICES.
,':lIrllll: ot umbrfll ant i

fcuhy., Silk 'onr,; i i: Hot Rolls at 5 p m., lOc

mid. jm3 I{, -- a doz., at Solomon's. Liciuors

,1 \ 1 watltti4r b H'u1'11", TilE "FWS would request th'
S. ,'r unythiiii,' in the jin>- '' clprry or tlm-e having in charge the ALTO\\ ON HANDS OPERA HOUSEMANAGER -FORP3verybody- '. ;

t-y!: ;:i>.>d- line will ito pU l c.lti.n of church service notice
: ,rt> juircha-iiigr to ".... D. '
for Sunday: will fend them to thi*
011FI.1.. jlTlm COE ASOUNES
-- oiHcf by 9 o'clock Saturday mornmy -
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I THAT OX
WITH PLEASURE
lil.MON, .A. I.. I :, in order to insure their iu er- .HALF.
-- I I *t
J: l. I \ \1ON!), th.. tailor. ha rpI. lion in the proper position in the WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 4 -AT THE- .;
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11'j V\Vt Governmpnti'l I -TO-

\f" '1 i->"prep-ite:ired Express to 'Ielll.olTU-e.r1'Uf 3IIISSKS. Reliable Kentucky Barrel House ;j

,; ladie and irmtle'ts. -,, paper.CASTOR ,

1M midei.'' 16j3m: ONE MILLIONGet BU i R t G GWill )!

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/a MEN AND WOMEN. For Infant and Children. S. A. Friedman

I I RI I'tw Big G for nnnatunl The Kind You Hare Always Soup present for the first time in this ,
t$I t. .t ,.. iwiartfpi.inaim.
.
.t irritationii ut ulrrralionic Our Prices Before city, the Whirlwind Modern !
.trtet.r,. >( mucou* menibrAne*. Boars tfiSignature. American Comedy, SOLE PROPRIETOR.
-IT"(.i..s. PunleH nJ not utriag .
.s 4'SCIY'LCO. .nt or poi-onoui. of lk'tiIfpdoin'

: n.c Sold by Dranltll.or I Purchasing.Capacity I now receiving the Largest and most excellent assortment of .
am
., or pent in plain wr*rt*r.ty
Bill /.
eirr 's. rrr*"l. fur Hello
\ 's 91 00. rr3t..ttkit.5. f lit Sfsor oc. -- Wines, Liquors Brandies and Gins ;

_____% lirCUliT KUt OU rguet. 5, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. I

-A C"IC"t: iK.n S ENGLISHii' 50,000 Daily. Also the Fine-t and Largest Line of Ca: 'e Bottled Goods.
; SPECIAL NOTICE. By Willis Mtiwell Gomlhue. } 1 1I
? 'Y'L% PIIL8 Special Attention Given to Hail Orders. .
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lt-gI4 hint 0..|. l.Vfl.fl,,. H. Airman! Umbrella Maker, 315: The Original New York Prod uclon,
I ...1.......- .'"u,, I Theatre guarantee: : honest: measure, best quality and lowest prices. Ba sure :to
all'II\.ll.I '** I.4.I.iJfr Situth Pill if'x. vj-he* to inform the the same as at ID* Crescent -
... send your Chri-tmaa order U
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load-
I-u via. : I. Mol in New Orlean and other

.' .-". ..'1...it.\II.II...I.......thrr.. L.l R I."."....., : public tint he has no one employed cNi11an Brick Co theatres ia this country and Can-

V r ln.I., tar.."' -i(.. 9 to solicit trade and will only be reponible ada. S. A. FRIEDMAN
i'i.a
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I.."I.r.. ,f..ir...I..li..... ",......'.iI.4.... t.MC. U 'J for goods intruded to him "H lIoill" U the best American Comedy P. O. Box 418 PE dACOL.fL'JRIDA.. nr
I bouth Palafox Street, ,
I 'ii.h..tef i h-mlr-ull ... Pine Barren Fla. In tenyear .-N.U. Picayune. 331
personally. 3jlm ,
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THE DAILY NEWBi PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY/.FEBRUARY, I.1903.
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FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY-

Save Oar Young Women! -



J i I SOCIAL ECHOES ii iii Thousands Employed-in Our Large De- 1 WE ARE UNLOADINGWINTER THISIS $$


i.....>.>.>...>..>.....>... partmental Stores and Public Offices

I, Owing; to the Inclement weatheryeJterdiy Are Now Weak and Eic ly.

f afternoon the meeting of $ STOCK $ IIAT THE

the Nomads was postponed. &
Tell Them ofPaine's

Miss Eva Gonzalez and her little E) ,N

sister, Ada are" visiting the Misses CeleryCompound 1 SPACEWe

Collins at Cbipley, Fla.

f lITHE BIG STOREiiAT !
Mrs. Werham the charming: guestof

Mrs. II. G. DeSilva left for her told you to watch. This is the space we

home: in Brooklyn Saturday: to the ,.
regret of her many friends here. Woman's Unfailing Regulatorand T iJ: : want you to watch. This is the space that will

Health Giver.

list A evening beautiful by card Miss party Isabel was Qiica given to la the mammoth departmentalstores i I Reduced Prices- I II. shortly tell you the $ 4& $

and large public offices of our ...
., .;
Miss Winkler of Green I
her guest, leading cities there are thousands: /
,
ville. The whole lower fbor was of women employed.: From the morning M i 1 I)'

transformed into a woodland scene, 'I' opening hour till these vast hives E: Dress Goods Wash Goods. & ; : STARTLING
of trade close at nUbt; these young
the walU all hung with beautiful women are expending their energy J J fj;)
Elegant: Fancy Pann Out- I
bamboo, which intertwined the and strength in serving their masters Department. 4. L
stairway and draped the arches. and a critical public. Long; hours :, iugrli!;:quality, at..13h:3 .t.:

Kaautiful carnations in the ttree close, excitement confinement, ,and imperfect brain ventilation Eft M.lnch$1.00at Broadcloth............worth...... tic 1"97 Tatda Fancy Amos- '(1y I)) SHOE

shades of pink, gracefully arrangedIn i soon leave marks of creeping disease worry : &4inchi' RasketCloth at.... Jl-c! keag Outing! at...... .... 9c .5:.. .

effective positions, emphasizedthe I and sickness. Headache, sleepless- (.') 5Hncn Camf'l Hair at... tlh! One Lot Fancy Flannelett El IJ .

color scheme of pink and green. 'I nee indigestion, rheumatism, constipation, and nervousness, neuralgia : ,:::, 00 52-inch Inch TllIbet Fancy Etamine at.l.l lit 123!) worth lOs. at............. Sic :.. j NEWS.
Miss (!ain:!, gowned in a handsome
make the live of young women miserable ff(.1'toincb Pebble Cheviot at 9c! One Lot Fancy Flannelett I,) !

received costume the of rose-cclored delighted mousdine: !. and almost:: unbearable. In I i ..J.)' One One Lt Lst Fancy 36-inch"Ik'Prunella 293; worth! 1S' at...... .... ...13' .c ,'.:,' ...........,.. -- - -- ......,.,.,..
many : guests thousands of cases the traces of terrible \
..: ......:.... ,
assisted; by Miss Witikler ia a beautiful : blond troubles are seen in the ;, r'J choice at. -tOe FitchviUe Bleached Do- I
should look One Lot Eiderdown your pstlc. Monday only 10 FJ[
faces of those w ho ccme- MEYER SHOE CO.
.; ,, gown of pink aad white embroidered ly and attractive.To I I -:.. choice at............ ..... 3)0; I yards for...... ........... lac .v., ,
mousc'liae.\ After the usual the class: of suflerin? young (:J I:] 1

merriment of getting; ready, the women jut referred to, we would : f.... Feet Furnishers! for Cash Only.
:=. Ladies' and Children's Underwear.
game of ix-rundcd euchrewa-play say that 1'aiue's Celery Compoundis ;

eJatniue tabits. Dainty cords of womanly a :blessed vitality.agent This of liealtn medicine nod is I rj:J, Ladles' Union Suits. $1.60 Quality: for...... .... ............?I.39 :.f t:) !I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

pink and white were used to mark I i positive and true nerve food and .<, Ladies' Union Suits. $1.00 Quality for.... ...... .... .... .... 890 .. tf I

the scores.; The highest ladies score : system cleanser. It corrects anytendency f f-:j Children'a Union Suits, $1.00 Quality fl.lr...... .... .... .... ... b9J .fl(.J':.J'f

was: made: by Miss Mallory, for the stomach to keeps constipation digestion; it perfect tones 4 Chilttren's Union Suits 75c Quality fOf.... .... .... .... .... 59c! ,.:.; i l DR. J. R MOCK
which awarded beautiful
she ,
was a i the brain f tthe\ strengthening
cut-itlaH dish. For the lowest score effects of the superb nutrition it fl; I tftIi
I ; Skirts Shirt Waists Millinery :
for ladies Miss Fernald won pretty : affords natural and refreshing; sleep ,

Japanese ornament. The consolation rose takes blush the place is brought of insomnia to the pale, and face.the' (:.),] and Cloaks. b .$ Department. ', & :m..: .. DENTIST.
was won by Mis Charlie Jones, .' :
We urge upon all sickly and weak \ On accountof our Limited
a silver pen-bolder.The highest score the of All Our Children's Cloaks and i
women necessity
young f I'I I Floor Space in this Depatt !
made by the gentlemen was by Mr. Pdine's Celery Compound for their ... Jackets at Factory Cost. meat, we will be compelled to 'I.'.) 28% S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building.
R. H. Turner, for which a handsomeset peculiar ailments. It has made clean out all Fall and Winter f( '
of silver-mounted ebony military thousands strong; it will give you f Ii All our $3.00 Skirts for.$2 w Hats and these are the Prices ,f) CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
the same happy results.FOB .!; All our $t.OO Skirts for.....$339 that will move them: .!.;
brushes was the prize. Mr. A. A. S1.OO Hats for.... .. ......... i9c Ii PKXSACOLA: FLA.
Brooks made the lowest score and TWEN1V YEAHS 1''l, All our $().OO"'k-S for.$1.2o( .1 50 Hats for..... .... ..... fV9" .) __ __ _
won a pretty silver pencil. Theguest' ....)J All Skirts over $a o0 at 25 per S=.6U Hats for .... .... ......$1.87 ..... -- n n
i prize, a Pensacola souvenier DIAMOND DYES : cent off. $3 00 Hats for .. .... ........$2 36 : %%%% .. '
Eli) $3.WHatsfor.$2.69 ('iJ': I II. G. DeSilva & Cot3lanotucturersandDealersln
44 spoon was given to Miss Winkler. bare bleD the standard home dyes. Every ... All our Flannel Shirt Waists at $t.OO Hats for .... .... .... ..$2.98 I ..
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After the games delicious refreshments : discovery them.in dyeing Today bas they been are utilized the simplest.to Improve 20 per cent off the Regular AU b. 6. 7. 8. 9 and $10 Hats at "

j* were served; in these dainty I strongest, and most reliable of all dyes forborne (iJ' .PlIce. 3pH cent off the regular price. fj )
i list Direction book and 4J dyed .
'I .. ,
1, pink and white colors' prevailed.On : San pies free. .:;" ... I II

r 1 February 2-Jnd! the: Ri4ht Reverend \I'I J j! (fi;:)' Carpets, Rugs, Mattings and Oil Cloths 1:) +.; !' Sash, Doors, Blinds,

EfU'tn: Girdii'r Weed, bishop r ''ii 15 Rolli of Good China Matting. this Iale...... ....1812'c the yard '::) j Shingles,

tTi of the diocese of FlcriJa, will \"i"it' ; (:, 10 Rolls or Extra Good China latti12g', this sale.... 23c the yard f:j

Pensacola. The bishop has in icy NEWS NOTES I '.:.' 12 Rolls of Fine Japanese Matting. this sale.... .... :24J the ;yard ':.. Builders' Materials

friends here who< will be glad t,) wtlcom3 ft() All-wool3 ply Ingrain Carpet .. .... :... ...... c the yard (Ei3) ,

'j him. : J ; One Piece Fine Ioquet at.... .... .... .. ... ...... ...l.39! yard bid .... -4 -__ Brick and Lime.
-- I ? Rugs at I:i per cent off the Regular Pricf's.

s Rev. Dr. Horatfo W. 1'. Hodson; "Deestrick; Skule" tonight. 1m: II; Tolohliono No. 11.SIIOP&.

the rector who has; accepted the call: Shoe .
Hear the Barrancas orchestra at ClothIng and Hats.

I' to St.this Katherine's:week, and church will officiate, U expected att. the "Deestrick tikule" tonight.The .(.:!.). Ladies' Felt Juliet Fur 'm..,
Here b where Ien
you can :
r+ that church Sunday. February bb. j holds Pensacola an important Library meeting Association this I 1J.)' L'dies'Telvet rimmed: Slippers Colonial at.$1.39 save money :'f:) I mlm Wij tm M m t r&

The Daughters of the/ confederacywill I afternoon. ,.''' Slipper at...... ...... ... 143 All our $1500 Suite for....$1L7:i ,.....
I ; : Ladies'! Plain Felt House All our 12 W Suits for.... 9..5 '
hold their meeting in ...... .. .. (ft)
regular i home in Pensacola should f Ii) _Slippers at :. 690 AU our 1000 Suits for.... S2otD 803-805 SCUTH PALAFOX STREET.
Library hall V.'ednesday morning Every Ladle5 Lace Fat TIp ..
; .., All other Suits in Proportion. :::
), Feb. 4that 11 o'clock.11 are requested !, receive daily visits from the EVENisj Shoes:\ at...... .;.. ..:. .... 79ti A $I 00 Derby for...... .... b9c ValVES, Cods( acl EwyllicE ii t IMs Line Kept Constantly en Hand,
F : NEWS. iJ iii .pairs! L\dle: Spring I AU.50Derby for.$1 "5 I')
to be and those who
; present ;.. Sttoes Lace and Button GJJ'! I A $2.50 Derby Cor.... ......$I Jo; .:: PrulUl't Work-IiciM>italiIv Price's. ( l '
cannot attend can leave their dues j I The Terminal Company will furnish 67 pairs Children'+ Shoe,, A $1 00 Crusher for........ b\Jc : J JilU. IUGUFSI I lron
h with Mrs. A. E. McDaviO 17 South a late dummy for the "Dees- li'i I) worth i5c to $1.00.... .... a9c! f iJ; ; ....e '..e..e PHONE 123292. '+>l,4 ..oc.'* I 't
,._ 10 pair Mell's Oil Tau See our show window for reo .
Palafoxtreet. Mrs. J. C. I "
r Signed: : : trick Skule'tonight. Huntinghoeil.: ... .... ...4,1.23: ; duced prices on Underwear. -
1* btey Sec. I : (:
i I The Jewish ladies: of the Temple iJ
I ... ... & 00. $
Bethel society will hold a meeting : A.GREENHUT
Urn regular meeting the Young o'clock ; Buggies, Wagons and Harness. ;
tomorrow afternoon atl at
,
ilirried Six H ended Euch- i irI I H ,
,l f'i Coupled temple Bethel.It I We have: bauht the entire stock of Buggies; Wagons, Harness; :sill
:: er club: which; was postponed lt.I I! ; Etc.. of the Beers' Carriage Co., and will luke this a Special .WHOLESALE GROCERS
';rI J rday night wa with Mr. and Mrs. I. i is: urged that members fail not f Ii,) Department under the personal management of Mr. Beers in the 'Ii f) I ... ,
attend the Eat End Democratic .
i to
! I. H. Aiken I it eveniuc.t :::. future. ;;.
' 1 I Five tables of thirty guests played :, Club meeting this evening. There i Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government: St., PENSACOLA, FLA.
will ba something interesting.The r.m m: :
r the spirited game with the follow-
I I '1 WE MARK THE SELLING PRICE o't ALL OUR GOODS IN ,
!!I! in::;; result: The litel.e,;t scare for Ii i Misses Oleva and Lu*hil1: ton PLAIN FIGURES. CIf I

. :; Rimes was made by Mr. John! Max- : will give a Phantom Party at the C. I:) ;) BRAWN ER'S

vdl the prize bean ; a liadsomeHihinjr. : K. hall Tuesday evening Feb. 3rd. :

1. Mr.prize Maxwell for lone won hand*thegentleman's a Ad free.til i-Refreshments?ion, gentlemen served.2c; ; ladies !f 1 lUiUiom rot ltaolt & 'sOU. !;!



.:...; t". large The Gibson gentlenuu's soft pillow.bwby, a picture I i i Meyer's to read Shoe their Company change of wishes advertisement >...-..._-- ..!..-- !,..--_ ......,-__-...,..--_-_'.!.-.--__ __-u......-IT1iTiI_ _.!.-__.!.-_ feT'fT'o'.o4.1.r .. .!..__ _...", ." CL1AKANCE SALE

1, {sl} was won by Mr. H. H. Thornton.Thehighestladies'score you
in this i of THE NEWS. -- - -
' ; ?:ue - ---
II ; wa: made |
} Later in the week they will put bar. I I
I SCHEDULE AND PASSENCER
, by Mrs. \W. K. Hyer, who won a !
gains before such as have never MARITIME. r
you
handsome lace turnover collar. A I ...BEFORE TAKING STOCK...
j bleu offered herB before. Wait for RATES FOR ST. NDREWS
. l picture was the ladies booby and !
their big advertisement before
was won by Mrs. W. S. Massey of pur- I I
chasing.The AKKIVED.Brshlp LINE. 78 Boys' Double-Breasted 2-piece 54 Inch Heavy Ladies' Cloth in all
..1r AtLtntatheguestofMrs.Dunwoody. i hone,1SIM.Milllcap. Calcutta to I >nita, all wool worth |3, special sale I Colors regular $1 yard, this sale Mo
; The consolation prize cut for by I Seamen's Friend society will F U Howe CoRns $1.93 suit. i
t bk Chrlstlane.i'I.Jobans.Algoa Bay
The Pensacola St. Andrews and yard.
t n i all was won by Mrs. James M. afulY hold the regular meeting in the to Southern States Lumber Co i i Remember we carry a full line of
Br B s Edsby Abbey lollll.l'rldealll.Galveston Gulf Steamship Company has fixed Boys' Pants from 3 to 16 age at Five Pieces Black Shark Skin, 41-
don, a handsome Shakespeare sofa Bethel at 10 a. m. on Wednesday,
called for coat the following schedule and rates to
i Inch Drees Good
prices to suit everybody.Look latest out, regular
., pillow. Tile tShdkcperian opionion February 4th. The members of the -- apply between Penaacob and the at our Show Wii.dow for
CLEARED U yard this sale 89c yard.
-lit. of ditlerent hands at cards given on I executive committee are requestedto i, IU1 bk 1'esuvinS$4.I'aenceby H Boors 4 points named : prices on Ladies' Underwear.We .
33 Dress Goods, wool
r, for Cn.uo; 'nu lumuet,:its I piece Fancy
'tf' the cover. be present. The meetings of the liuerte.witb SCHEDULE. carry a swell line of Ladies'
fl awn tImber.valued at ft 473Itanhlptli and Silk, regular $l yard this gale
i Ct Elegant: refreshments were served i society are public and all are in- ? 1e.i,uneto.hy W L Wit. Steamer Tarpon will leave Pecsa- Flannel and Silk Waists at prices so 74c yard.
tied Co for Naples, with ?:!'l.ub g H sawn everybody can wear one.
'.t. at the close of the ame.t vied. H. C. Cushman secretary.A timber.valued at 8io.&:N cola every Tuesday night at !!:30 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck Three pieces All-wool Black Hen
:.
j brsa Easoy Abb"J.1\loIl.Prldeani.by Cary o'clock after the arrival of the Mobile rietta. silk regular yard tbU
Moreno Undershirts 20c warp.
special
GOOD 11ECOMMEXDATIOX. A Co for Hamburg, wllb :27V toni coal, valued train and the P. & A. accommo. ; sale !85c yard.
t friends of Mrs. Fred 0. at $'.5)\1 drawers to match.
The dation train. This will enable
many I "I have noticed that the sale of Br SB AKUSS,lsi3 Edwardi.by Hutberlandlaoes a 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts 30 pieces 30-inch All-wool Tricot
1'I Howe will regret to learn of her continued Co for Liverpool wild IU ;halt' lum : person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m., worth SOc, special 36c; all colors, regular Sic yard, this ?alo2oc
Chamberlain's stomach and Liver bar 727.WOS {( taw a timber valued at $H4W ,- make close; connection at Pensacola
.ri' illness. drawers to match. yard.
i II Tablets is almost invariably: to those Dutch Farmsum.ljyrt.: !gclinrlni by W and reach 8t. Andrews the next 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts (,9 Must Received a Full Line
who have used thtm/'saysMr. 8 Keyser A Co lot Leghorn, wits 3 J Oil I ft morning at 7 o'clock.1'ASsEXGEU.
pr Chaplain Brown of Barrancas is i in once lumber,l.WKW! s ft sawn timber KS) c ft !, worth $lEpecial7l:>c; drawersto Waitings, regular 2c: yard,this sale
J iJ. H. Weber a prominent druggist RATES. match.! 1:jc yard.
hewn timber valued at ':%>.11':1:
11: the city today.Mrs. __ I of Cascade Iowa.' What better rec- Am scb Klcbard A lliOKbam dO. Merrltt 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel'a 47 Ldies' Ready-to-Weir Rainy-
ommendation could medicine by Southern States Lumbwr Co: for Belize,' The passenger rate from Pensacolawill
any Hair Undershirts, worth $1.60.pee. Day Skirts!, worth $1.50 special gale
.
Sullivan friends will have than for people to call for it with I'-.'.WJ a ft lumber 5uuu sblngles."aluea be as follows:
many > at tl.SK laUljdrawento match, in White, 93c: each.
t To St. Andrews and St. Andrews
111 be :glad: to know that she is improv when in need of such a remedy? Try Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladies' Readyto-Wear Rainy-
I points-(6 00 round trip 110.
j them when feel dull after eat.lug ; Men's Silk
ing. you SAILED. We have about 3 doz. Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool,
To and Carrabelle-
tt when you have a bad taste in Br si Agnes, lyr?. Edwards, Liverpool S Apalachicola round Shirt and Drawers worth $3; spec. worth $4 special! sale $2.49 each.
$ Oj trip $15.
I f your mouth, feel bilious have noap- ial to close $1.20 each. 60 Ladies' Black and Colored
Mrs. W. $. Massey, of Atlanta, is These fares include first-ciass
or when troubled with constipation
petite 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed Worsted Skirts worth |160, epeciilsale
the guest of Mrs. Bryan Dunwody.Mrs. | and you are certain to be de- THE WEATHER TODAY.LOCAL cabin, stateroom and meals. and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at 9Nc each.
Massey's many friends are de I I lighted with the prompt relief which Further information can be secured 25c; drawers to match. 37 Ladles' Black Tailored and Figured
lighted to have her with them again. I they atf r:1.: For sale by all druggists by the applving Thiesen at the building.company's officesin 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and Skirts, worth $2 60 to $Q, special
.
-- and medicince dealers.I FORECAST-Rain tonlKbtWednei Red All Wool Undershirts at OCj; sale $1.98 to$4.98 each.RadytoWear .

Miss Alberta Hyer has; issued cards day fair fresh to brisk southerly wind drawers to match. Jackets, our price
t) a reception Monday afternoon, went to Pryor's furniture houseon sbiftlDi.to westerly and northwesterly. We have just received our We carry a full line of Ladies': $1.43 to $S each. You will save
West Government street and Men'a and Boy's and Girls' Shoes money by looking at ours before
1''eb. U:h. to meet Mils Ethel Robert
son Mrs. Cbipley Robertson Seize furnished my entire house for just NAVAJj STORES 1ILItMkrx.tieported 1903 line of Heywood Go- that we can save you 25c on. buying.
Carts with all the latest im- Remember-We carry a full line 24 Boys' Overcoats! heavy, at 1.50
and Mrs. W. S. Massey. one-half of what I expected to pay. Dally for The News bj
of Men's Clothing Bougnt at We on to $5; worth nearly double.
It was a surprise to me, and I don't Union Naval Store! Co. provements. Call and see dollar. We will close them out at 49 Boys' Double-Breasted 2-pieca

Hon. C. H. Lauey returned this know why I remained single so long. B08IX. them; they are beauties. Just Ji price ofl other merchants. snit.iworth 11.60 special 9Sc suit.Don't .
morning from an important trip to
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WW.-_Ito Ji 12 soWG
Birmingham.The ____ S so! G_ 191F Marston $ Quina. Until Look
fact that most diseases arise jj udng's, tie !des: for sic.LE' ____ ___ 1s3 Buy Blankets and Comforts you
9a5 E.-___ 1 Eli dot French Waffles with at Ours. Remember the Place,
from an impure or low condition of PORTLAND CEMENT a g ___ s 15 D__ 180
Florida Cane
the blood, is fully proven by Hood's 12.50 per barrel. A. V. CLt:BBS, 1-___ 11 63 Cebelow.1soapIarvaTtrnrgNTrzIe Syrup; atSolomon' 105 S. Palafox St F. E. BRAWNER.
Corner Bru and Garden .
Sarsaparilla. Streets. :!:'bid.


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