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Creation Date: February 28, 1903
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VOL 39. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 28. 1903. NO 43 '


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\ \ SAME OVER THE BAR WITHOUT i Boatswain Gardner. 'J
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THE LEAST DIFFICULTY .ANDi Gunner Cable. i I

,r..tT i ('hie!. Carpenter Wattermeyer. ,
DROPPED. ANCHORS. IN. THE
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Warrant Machinist Boart. NGP01
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DEEPEST HARBOR SOUTH OF !, Warrant Machinist Walker.
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: Warrant Machinist Grant. =
T\ NEW YORK-LIST OF OFFICERSON I

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I EACH SHIP-LOOKING fOR' I II FIVE WARSHIPS AKI f

II II I OTHER VESSELS.No I JOINS OTHER THREE.

I I
U 11 o'clock this morning the look- POWDERAbsolutely
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'I out at'the navy yard discovered and I
\ --r Frornti glasses were needed by residents '
J rep"rt..1. the approach of the battleships Pure ? it

( of the naval reservation early "
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE 4
this morning to see the battleships Kearsarge, I

Texas and Alabama. Both were Massachusetts, -- o

tie j.iic Illinois
_. near the entrance to the bay at daylight .
i flit fining Iowa and

a million and before 8 o'clock the second BIGGEST
e ; \ E'i victims or Scorpion.This
E1 t more, the effi class( battleship Texas had taken a fleet of formidable vessels

I r- k',1' I cicncyefrcru- spin over the bar and released her came up and crossed the bar in the MERGER INHI8TORY
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,lr na tn quickly
i wdotherca i\ r }\' relieving this ponderous anchor when opposite the order named, the flagship Kearsarge, i.

Gfl = malady and ih bearing aloft the colors of Rear Admiral
: :/ condition t'l f navy yard. Her twin screws had
ifrom the ,,5 1 ';,; Z\ after-effects Higginson, proudly leading. :
< s has teen the hardly stopped before the people on
tit the en' 't''rt"z The weather was beautiful and the
.tdiez J % talk of thecontinent'
t L' / S& docks were interested in a thick black vessels had no hesitancy in heading it
; :' f'linJnorem v g !
EXiC
;' at equals e 1 1 1 U.F( F-M "inoKe, and eyes directed seaward be- directly to the only harbor on the
) CHICAGO PAPER SAYS DEAL IS .-
+ i for promf: southern coast where they could en-
I. held the stately Alabama, with a
l' ': -Dr. S.Il. "\ I ter with safety. MADE FORMING GREAT SYS. ,
1 '!'man, ]'re s i : ;: "hone in her teeth," eliminating the !

I\ ,t Ihe Ifiirtutat. ''C ,. \ Tho first ship crossed the bar .TEM OF .THE .ROCK .ISLAND,
;I.. 'tdrillM. distance of 3U! miles between herself shortly before :3 o'clock this afternoon

I and the harbor mouth. and of it is too late to SANTA FE, FRISCO AND OTH
A DKMOXprip has crossed our I disease out of my system in a few days I result of your very valuable: licin" in 1 course

LiKE, leaving behind scores, of and did not hinder me from pursuing' its fiTwtii in my ease after repeated trial. |i The Texas was drawing 22 feet, learn whether or not they will be E RS. 0I.

.' wrecks my daily work "Fir,;t, it cured lilt! of chronic bronchitis 6 inches, and the Alabama 12 inches open to visitors tomorrow. I.

..f catarrh of the head, catarrh "I should like to see our Board of of fifteen yiars' standing by u
-.-at, catarrh of the lungs, I Health Bite it official recognition and two Ix.ttk-s of Peruno in January, Isut, more. There was S3 feet of wateron off the navy yard. It was stated The Chicago Record-Herald says .t

: tho, stomach, catarrh of the have it u"id generally among our poor and no return of it. the bar at the time and the sea early this afternoon that they will this morning: "There Is every reason :'
sick people in Greater New York.- r
irrh of the pelvic organs, "After 1 was cun-d of bronchitis I hadlagrippoevery ,was as free from disturbance as could] not hardly come up any further. They
nted by hundreds of thou- Joseph A. }'linn.D. to believe that the Rock Island purchase -
winter for several win
will be coaled at their present an-
H epidemic catarrh, and I* Wallace, a charter member of the ters. But, through: tho use of IVruna, i be wished, making this place "a ha- of the Frisco system is the

of chronic catarrh within International Barber's Union, writes it got gradually weaker in its severity ven that should have been sought chorages.As forerunner of some of most Im- f
they :
from 15 Western, avenue, Minneapolis, the Texas came opposite the
nntil it dwindled down
to
: a mete stud ur weeks ," said a pilot. l'
Minn.: ago yard this morning she fired the naval portant[ railroad mergers in history. .. :
T that few grip: sufferer* for two or three da)+. Now the stupor .

M a rompleto recovery "Follow ing a severe attack of la grippe does not trouble ine any more,"-O. II, Admiral Deweys Nephew. salute due the flag of Rear Admiral "An official of the Santa Fe sara : .!t-

u".1 IVruna. I scorned to l>e affected badly all over. I '
Perry. Lieut.-Commander Dewey, of the he understands a compete merger of ,
suffered With a severe backache indigestion -
N medicine has ,
history A CnncreMiuan's Kxperlence.lloue WiseAll
\ d such unqualified and and numerous ills, so I could I Alabama is none other than a nephew the Rock Island and the Santa Fe i; ,;J
neither eat nor and I thought I of Representatives, are Inside. with i. '
u >'s as IVruna. sleep, I Washington, II. C. I of Admiral Dewey the highest interests is under contemplation :t i
would give up my work, which 1 could I 3:15 p. m.-The vessels are now in the view of obtaining maintenance of
.t Vw V AMi'rmnii's :
Kxperlenre. Peruna Medicine Co. Columbus
,Ohio. ranking and the most famous of the
not afford to do beautiful Pilots from the Kwa-
1! \. I'hnn, alderman :FifthT Gentlemen an more than satisfied sight. rates, harmonious operation and the .

i. v s from 101 Christopher "Oneof my customers who was greatly with Pcruna, and find it to be an excellent American naval officers. The young off the navy yard and present a elimination of the projected construction 4 jf

.' \. Y rk 'ity, as, follows: helped by Pcruna advised me to try it, remedy for the grip and catarrh. I officer has been in the navy for several beautiful sight. Pilots from the Kwa- of new lines. '"', !

14 thence:! overtakes our and I procured a tattle the same day. I haveuedit in sind brought them over the bar. The
family and they all Rock Island's
my the
"Not only has J
used It faithfully and felt a marked im- years and has held stations on a
!I autinn as a nation to I join me in recommending it as an excellent i Kearsarge was brought over by Pilot of the Frisco been ;'
'...-as against the dread I provement. During; the next two monthsI remedy." number of the finest vessels. lie is purchase system I,
took fire bottles, and then felt splen White, the Illinois by Pilot Davenport confirmed but it is also announced t ,''.,
I Very respectfully, a dashing young fellow and a great the Massachusetts Pilot See- *
'..entered thousands of did. Now my head is clear, my nervesMcaJy by that the Rock Island system has purchased / l'
George H.White.If .
I enjoy food, and rest well. Pe-I deal of interest centers about him ley and the Iowa by Pilot Davidson, the Central of Georgia. : :'
flll. and I noticed that you do not receive prompt anti satisfactory '
runa has been worth a dollar a dose to wherever he goes. : 1
w ull'l'rlma. were quick- result from the use of IVrnna, "The acquisition of this road with ,
1). I... Wallace.Mr. Pilots Make
'., me. Association a Scoop.
these w ho depended write at once to Ir. Ilartman, giving a Son of Captain Taussig. I II its 1;13: miles of line, would give tho t, I' .

"ription<, flwnt {veel:9 O. II. Perry, AlchL-on, Kansas: full statement your i-ae, and he will I Six of the battleships were pilotedin Frisco an outlet at the seaport of Savannah 'f

", !. ,wing; them weak and writes: be pleased to give you hu valuable advice Ensign! Taussig on the Texas is a I the harbor to a safe anchorage bj through Birmingham, which :

I i ''Asaia:; : after repeated trials of your gratis. -_ son of Captain Edward D. Taussi, the association pilots. : i
is reached by both roads. ,
Hie: !; of l la grippe and medicines, Peruni and M:inalin: I gives Address Dr. Ilartman, President of second officer at the Pensacola navy

s. J uuu, which drove thc I i i this : uiy va.j>ru.Biuu of tlso 'wou.crul I The Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus.U. yard. This young man met his father "It is understood the Mexican Cen ;' "1
BOUND OVER TOCRIMINAL tral railroad is included in the mer '1 1ger
cordially as soon as the vessel wasopen scheme. I 1' .

after she had been anchored. i.

U FLORIDA'S :This was one of the most pleasant of COURT "When these amalgamations aro 4'. n
CUBANS
FIGHTING concluded the new system will be !.
events to transpire during the ,'essel's ; ,
more comprehensive than anything ( pdrtampt

arrival.! of in railroad history. fe :
PECULIAR : Both these ships hate been hereon judge Wolfe this inorniu* bound
"A majority of the important ports < S a
previous occasions and a great I over to the criminal court Henrietta J
RULES from :San Francisco to Savannah
QUARANTINE many of the officers and men are (smith for grand larceny, and Henry : .
woud bo tapped by the system. !,{ )
SITUATION known.: List of officers from each Rindolph for bastardy. Hoth are
to tj deny the V.
"No one seems care ;
ship is printed below. negroes. They were j tiled in defaultof .
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J of the Fris '
rumor. President Yokum n
bond of I
--- a required appearance
\ESEVTATIVE OF COMMER-I Ic antine as far as Mississippi and Florida The Alabama's List. co, will become the head of the Rock :
;
I 100 each.
f
SHOULD EXTRA SESSION OF CON ,
4L ''NTERESTS' OF THE IS. : are concerned is declared by the Commander Chas. II. Davis.LieutenantCommander 'Island system" :

United States Marine Hospital, but GRESS BE CALLED THIS STATE
UNO REPUBLIC SAYS THERE the health hoards of Texas Louisiana Totts. FAIR WEATHER MEETING OF THEWEDNESDAY i''I

WOULD HAVE BUT ONE SENA Lieutenant-Commander lenderson. '
S's : NECESSITY: FOR THE and Alabama declare the siege.: Lieutenant-Commander Muir. FOR TOMORROWFor MUSICALE. I ,>; I

There is not a bit of reason for quar- TOR IN THE SESSION.A f
"t-: -.R SUMMER SIEGE, AS Lieutenant-Commander Clark. The Wednesday musicale this ". I:! ';
antining this spring. i 1
Lieutenant.Commander Dewey. week with Miss 15. Nicholson. Tho }lei
\ FE "R HAS EXISTED IN CUBA "1 am especially anxious to have the benefit of thoes who Intend : :-
Tallahassee special to the Atlanta Lieutenant-Comander Wilson. following programme was rendered: '
F/ Louisville business interests take up to see the big war ships tomor- .:
JER TWO YEARS. News is interesting. It ys as Ensign Dugan. elraggcoLuzinghler-Rosslnl (song) ; #
the fight.!; It should be rememberedby row the weather bureau the t
says
follows: Ensign: Snyder.Midshipman Miss Heine. f :!t'
officials of the
the quarantining
Tallahassee. Fla., Feb. :27! .Florida Landenberger. conditions are for fair weather with Angiis Animam-Kule (piano) J/:
,ir."d to show that there five states mentioned that their action J
themselves, is a state which has an interim, when Midshipman Spassard. fre h winds from the northwest. Miss Besie Bassett. ': I i'4
:?:'ow in Cuba for affects ,not merely ( ) .tf
fever the terms of one of her United States Midshipman Blair. Di Tanti PalplU-Rosslnl song :
but every southern state. These portsare MONSTER TRAFFICIS 'I W
aid Dr. Lindsey in senators expires from the 4th of Midshipman Hannigan. Miss M. Clutter.
national I have BEING HANDLED.
in reality ports. Midshipman Reed. Winding of the Yarn-Al. H. Wilson, 'r
other day. "The I.I.i March until the legislature, which ;
i been in many of the southern cities Anderson Mise Nicholson. i ,
Surgeon {
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issued in April, elects a successor. '
ivernment has meets early
and have aroused considerable inter- ; It was found necessary to operatesix ;
: Past-Assistant Surgeon Wheeler. The next meeting will be held with fa 1
'. nt. This being the'e est will take, but I have hope of be- engines in the railroad yards last j'
Paymaster Wilcox. I Miss Burrow on East Government t 1 !;
are right in asking ing successful. We would be safe if Ordinarily this interim, which deprives night to handle the great traffic now : t .!
Chaplain Reynolds. street at 10 o'clock Wednesday morn- .
,ts not be placed at there were just one chief health Florida of the voice.and vote in hand. This morning two extra i' t.

ntage.: but of one of her senators when there is Captain of Marines Breckinridge. trains arrived from ing. '.::1. '
board to influence! in the matter, heavy freight ,t.

want to land at the five bodies must be persuaded:' an extra session of the United States Lieutenant of Marines Tracy. Montgomery, one drawn by engine Forfeits His Life. :J

does not cut great figure, Boastwain Shiphey. Nearly
senate, any
ay Pensacola or Mo- No. 900, one of the largest machines t
session of the Printer Hierdahn. A runaway almost ending fatally, \
Orloans, find the quaran- MRS. HELEN ROSSE but with an extra senate used by Southern railroads. '
Gunner Averson. started a torrible ulcer on the leg of "
this to consider and act up-
They have to go all DIED THIS MORNING. year .
Carpenter Taylor. J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, III. 1 '
Ni'w York losing five days on legislation relative to the rela :

and spending double Mrs. Helene Rosse died at 3:15 tions between Cuba and the United Warrant Machinist Biggs. Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer'sSwampRoot For four years it defied all doctors : 1 y v

amount of money. Theo I o'clock this morning after a long ill States, the canal treaty, etc., mattersin Warrant Machinist Duffy. the great kidneyliver and all remedies. Bucklen's Arnica. J J ;

Articles ness. This lady's husband died re which Florida particularly and Warrant Machinist Ober. and bladder remedy, are beiu? dis- Halve bad no trouble to cure him. i i

direct commerce.but must go to cently. Several children survive them. specially is interested, this state Officers of The Texas. tributed here from house, free. Have Equally (good for Burns, Bruises, ;

1't'The gain that woa'-l be The funeral services will be had at would stand o fair chance of havingbut Captain W. T. Swinburne.LieutenantCommander you received one? Skin Eruptions and Piles. 26c a\ W. t

"utLorn business interests the Lutheran church tomorrow after- one senator and only one vote In Quinby. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY A. D'Alemberte'a Drug Store, 121 .;, ,'

at 3:13 o'clock, the cortege to interests to Lieutenant-Commander Stickney. South Palafoz street. i
non of vital
>Tnis to Cuba cannot be the legislation Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets

1 The southern states leave the parsonage at 3 p. m. The our state. Lieutenant-Commander Milton. Tbltitjni ftflt A oa every Ji
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ill the business. I started services will be in English and Rev.J. Junior Lieut-Commander Chase. box, Sic.: Mr. James White willleave 1 ;

'nt in Havana, and it has F. W. Reinhardt will preach.A One Bottle of Burtwtt's Vanilla Extract i@ Ensign Taussig. Hot French Waffles with for New York Sun'f t. i;

"aside.ralle form. We exsuccessful better than three of the doubtful Ensign Greenslade. Florida Cane Syrup at day. Any special orders ; f

in interesting Guaranteed Cure for Pile kind. Though costing a few cents Ensign Morgan. Solomon'l.I entrusted in his care will 'j '

> people over the South Itching Blind Bleeding or Protruding more per bottle, its purity and great Surgeon Ames.Paymaster be gladly attended to. '

[ .st act another riles, Your druggist will refund your strength make it the most economical Reynolds. I I file Qest 'I'
quickly or for 5c.
t Al money If PAZ OINTMENT falls to cure brand. Second Lieut Marines Sibley. liudaiu'sl JXO.. WHITE. I I
t.1 thrown away. The quar yon, 50 cents
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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA. FLORIDA SATURDAY., FEBRUARY 28 1SO3.




as Ilurvi. 1R1 for you to enjoy Robert Extrayapat J. Burdette Nrlveo.Dfrs. thinks. that r e
FLAMES EAT THE 1 1.L, the hsppineu of
motherhood says the doctor. Some- the delation of women to clubs is regponslhle -

I times he qualifies the statement and for many divorces. Upon the

says: "Impossible without an opera subject of extravagance she spoke' as

HEART OF CINCINNATI tion." Yet both these "impossibles" follows in n recent ]lecture: "In this I

have been made rossibles by the use day and age men are money mad.

of IL. Tierce's Favorite PreW hy? I>o you know that last year
times the.
scription. Many
hundreds of millions of dollars were
hindrances to motherhood -
Cincinnati 0. Feb. 26. This spent for jewelry? Do men wear it?
city
ing and this prevented the fire from are to be found in
During the year 021 men were put be-
was visited with a fire today that destroyed womanly diseases or
spreading in direction except
any
weaknesses, whichare Wild the bias for embezzling large for Infants and Children.The .
one-half of a square in the southward to Baker street. perfectly and sums. Did they want the money just

most central part and caused a loss of Not only the entire fire department, permanentlycured for itself? They wanted it to help Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature

but also the police and other departments by "Fa their wives and daughters shine. We of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under hu
over $2,000,000. The burning embers vonte Pre.scription.
-
were on hand expecting a general ." \w M are responsible for these things. \Vc personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow lit) (1iu

were carried for miles, the Kentucky catastrophe Mayor Fleisch- This want too much." to deeeivo you in this. Counterfeits, Imitation and

suburbs being covered with them. mann was on the scene in person. great 'Juvt-a-good" are but Experiments, and endanger; the
The Range Soapitonr.If .
The fire departments of Covington Nearly all of the business men whose raedijgraai HW tine forwomen the soapstone In'your coal range health of Cliildren-Kxperienco against Experiment.

,: Newport and other Kentucky towns places are in he central part of thecity hart; become broken, instead of buyingnew The Kind You Have* Always
were called out of bed to protect cures ir < get some common blue clay soften Bought
came promptly to the assistance of
their properties. It was not until regularityand with water and then stir In coal ashes Bears the Signature of

the local firemen, and it was noon before after daylight that the fire was gotten 1 debilitating dries until of a cousisfency that will spread

their combined efforts had the like mortar. Apply with a wide bladed
under control and the danger of a drains. It healsinflammation
and knife or trowel. Till in the broken
conflagration under control. general conflagration was believedto
I c ulceration and places! smoothly and evenly and dry
Crews were at work all the time be over. cures female weak over night and you will have n hard

on the roofs of surrounding buildings, About twenty people have sleeping ness. It makes weak surface and one that will wear. I have

apartments in the Pike building and women strong and sick used this iii my range for twenty-five
and a general conflagration was narrowly women well. In Use
For
Over 30 Years.
there were reports at first that several years with good success.-Good House

averted. The underground lives had been lost, but none of to"I hundreds wish to of add others tnv testimony a. to the keeping. .wr "unu,eo."y .t Yuf O Start.. NCW.Oaa tat

system of telegraph and telephone these reports have been confirmed. value of Dr. Pierce's medicines" ..d
r writes Mrs. J,131..De Ford of Kstona, Hubhard CONSTIPATION.Every .........
wires not only presented communication Many Narrow Escapes. Co. :Sinn. nave doctcred with a great many
; pliv ician -some specnl:sis; have twice been civilized
There Wfe many narrow escapes. in a hrwaitat tor treatment. Mv case has beeu person uses soap W. B.
from being cut off, but also enabled re-Mnlei as a hopeless; one. and they knew not i. and wat r to wash off the accumulation WHICH COmPANY
I I Night!: Watchman John Agin and Mat i what th-trouble was Heart was bai; st'mach of dirt and filth from their body, j ,
the firemen to the fire i
: prevent Garrttson and Harry Richardson, | all out of order tired out; severe pains in all ,' but how many sufferers( contipation JluJ
I pats of the body ; sinking 'f><'1I,. and nearlyecrrg \j MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
from spreading, as they could not j| think about the Is
r door-keepers, saved six lives by entering aitraeit a woman could have 1 to k | accumulationof

have done had all the wires still remained the building and forcing their ranv! a I bottle btRan of Ukin:'patent;I>r. Pierre medicines's Favorite without PreI I.eleet. I i I., a hundred filth within: tunes their; more body detrimental, which is I r I" -" =.......-,- I==-=;.\t-,1. LUMBER LATHS
icriDtioa.. and ten months afterward ,
way through the smoke and rescuing i I gaveirth to good health than I .: ,
the dirt
on the poles and buildings b to a fTi-pnund boy. All pill'slc..as haJ 'i ou the ,
lodgers. Five men were found sound s/j'/f ai a /let that I jtnfr fould lIar a rkild. I i oDt iJe. The wane matter of food I I

that formerly snroumled the burned asleep in a rear room of the Pike I'i got nosh along the ipltrniliuly baby and -n\wlf tbaul.5 vere in your rtrong.ciedicuie.and *1 I I I, the pisses natural!into the bowel!*, which are I .J1JJ tf I rM SA WED CYPRE S SfiINGLrS..jll(l;> .DIJI)' [ StaI !1
of the
district. 'I ;' sewers human
building when they were rescued by } The Common Sense Medical Adviser, *'";ltf-m. If how this waste is ai !- ;;-:- PEXBACOLA. FLA

having their door broken in. They I looS large pages; in paper covers, is sent II i lowei to accumulate the warmth of .
THE FIRST STORY OF free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to the body FOOD sets fermentation -- -- -
were John Muhtrn, B. W. Zeigler H.I I I up ,
THE GREAT CATASTROPHE C. J. F. McDonald and W. C. |I pay expend: : of mailing only. Address I Ii a nd decompo-iiion, gasses are formed
Storey, I
Dr. R. V. PIerce Buffalo ::i. Y. which are carried into the blood COAL AND WOOD.

Cincinnati, 0., Feb. 26.-This city Aehker. All escaped in their night j i : ,-..__ .. I and circulated through the whole

was todayisited with the most destructive I clothing. Again, Richardson and CarL( *ystem, and die!se is the inevitable WE EXPECT TO
guests at the Burnct house t\\' ult. SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE
fire in its retson proceeded through the buildIng :
history
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and witnessed the burning of her The best:; remedy for constipation THIS WINTER
About 1CO: : o'clock this morning giving the alarm to all until they |[ company's, effects. She went into U HEPATICURA, because it moves THAN EVER rEF( RE

flames were discovered in the cellarof had to be helped out of the structuretlj'mse1ves. the boatels easily and naturally
'the] crowd on the street in the night SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW
George Jolfee's grocery in the Captain J. C. Grannan |' I without irritation, griping or sick
and offered her assistance.
ening.: It
Pike building Fourth the w eJl! .known head of 1 give strength and tone
on street be- the
detective I
" |I The Pike building belongs to the i j to the liver and eventually cures. Thompson Olsen & Co.
tween Vine and Walnut. Soon after bureau who was asleep in his office Pike estate and Powell Crossly is I Bold by all druggists ,

the fire department had played on on the third floor, was awakened and l I Manresa Street
the general lessee, subletting it to Telefhcne 247.ESTABLISHED .
the building, it escaped in his .. .. .. __.. __ __
was thought that the night clothes. He lost over 200 tenants. I = =.L= == =______ .. .

flames were under control!, an hour all the records of his office and CHURCH NOTIOES.I 1862.

later, however, there was an explosion everything he had. Nothing was THE ESCAPE OF --

t supposed to come from liquors I saved from the upper floors, even ACTOR WILL JONES McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

$k in storage, and the flames soon afterwards from the room of the theater ('Ulll"panr TIlE :NEWS would request that the .
Cincinnati. 0., Feb. 20.-The escape -
, ft; shot up trough the roof of Will Jones, the \\ell-Kno\\n clergy or those having in charge the o --DCALXBB- 0

and from that time on for several publication of church service notices
Cincinnati actor just before the roof
hours the fire was beyond control. TELEPHONE GIRLS SHOWED of the burning building fell and his for Sunday will send them to this Ship Chandlery and General Hardware,

Pike Building Totally Destroyed. office by 9 o'clock .
COURAGE AND FORTITUDECincinnati Saturday morning
n rescue half-dead from the top of the 80S AND 05 S. PALAJtlX 8THE T.
' The Tike building! was totally destroyed 1 in order to insure their Insertion -
building, was a thrilling and almost -AGEN'OV-
t including: the offices of the 0., Feb. ."&-The girls J I, miraculous in the proper position in the
Jones' REVERE
one. COPPER
t presence Of'' COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S fO>ICU.\ .'@
ill United States Express Company, the in the telephone exchange building,1 1 i, mindhich led him to throw I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUBHELAHON'BPUMPri.IIM ,

} Adams Express Company, White's across an alley from the burning i cuff into the street below and tins I> !;: hr
: Falits. Oils Itatici/ lailrsntn
rl ChrIs Jihni\\\
v4, restaurant, owned by Ma\nard& Kerr, Pike building, were badly frightened ''make his whereabouts known, sated i paper.CASTOR ,

7 George Joffee's grocery, John II. lar.tin's as the dense clouds of smoke rolled his life. : I COM PAHBKS. boos TU.
IA C. McKenxie Oerting Collecting for Bar
,: restaurant 1'mpson's confectionpry. about the building. The Agent Pilots' Benevolent Aeaociati
exchange
After a hard rehearsal! Junes, W&tto n.
4 Henry Straus cigar store and '! rooms are on the top floor of the six- the Pike building! about midnight for wants and Children -

1 the offices of the Tike Theater Company story building, and the night force to get valise, which! he had! left in :; Hie Kind You Have Always Bougtt!Idtme Ii I THE GARDEN SECTION

: on the first floor, the Tike Theater consists of fight girls and the night a studio of an artist friend on the

tk auditorium and green rooms manager, George Capues. The girls :j j fourth floor. After entering he was i i j I 9 tae I 0- OFoFeD.sacola

and other offices on the second pluckily stuck to their from I I :II. oears !
i posts &o tired out he fell asleep in a chair. i I IWhen '
floor and all of the offices on the l:2i: to :C:3'' a m., when the flames ': I
i he awoke sudd'-aly heva I _
-o= ,
i third, fourth and fifth floors. The I ,
were blazing: in their windows
su blinded> and suffocating: and he saw i
Seasongood building, Ijoining;: the I that all were ordered out. Later 'outside' ...THE.. 1:
the glare of the flames. He I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
I'ihmiJdill"? on the west, at the : they returned to "their calls," and I
|I : crawled to the IH.r. Outside in the ;! J- I W-
;
4 corner damaeeil.of Vine and Fourth, was badly -, when the large day force of girls'l i great air shaft the lames were shoot.I, CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS Beautiful Lots for Sale.

came; on duty they fearlessly! went ing up. How he made his way he

The building! adjoining, the Tike to the sixth floor for daty, although does not kn'Jhut instinctfound > OF PENSACOLAf.i
some 102137- feet at from $75 to $200 each accoid-
building the cast, ,
on owned the '
by the] tire raged all around them. for him the sta.: -way leading to Cordially invite you to attend u i
+ L. 15. Harrison estate and occupiedby ,t the lop. :| iI i I ing to location and surroundings.

the llobert Clarke Company. publishers "FIREPROOF" BUILDING I LECTURE -
I lie'f'nt up to the roof and in j : Exceptionally Good Neighborhood View
and Duhme I.rothors. jewelers FAILED IN THE TEST !' Beautiful ,
. some manner got through a skj- .. .. :
: : I on the first:; floor! and others in !! i .IIY. Iligh, Dry Fertile Lands.
1 light. He fell over something and
;;;; 11! the upper stories, was totally de trojrd. Cincinnati 0., Feb 2(>.-The build ;i I,; was stllnnl'd.1u n he recovered' Judge W. G. Ewing. I The

;; ii, The Kosditk buildm' oat of In' ; adjoining the Pike, on the west, I i; the flamed i I' grandest opportunity for investment ever
were sh'Kding throughthe
> : the Robert Clarke Company and a fine six story structure, was supposed : Subject: Jesus Chri-t. Physician: : cffered in Pensacola.
II roof He crawled to the edge! and Redeemer at the Opera Hou-e,
' Duhme nrotht-rs. anti occupied by the to be fire-proof but the enorm- but the firemen in the streets did ;

t'1 I Norfolk and Western:; railroad, and I OilS heat from the Pike building and 1]I not notice him. lie shouted hinistlfhoai ,Sunday Afternoon, March 1 1st, : Borne Seekers-Should---See- These Lots.

others, was badly damaged, '\\ hll., fallms walls damaged very much. : >e. He took his cuff and wrote I |

! the Carlisle building: occupied by It! is owned by Ij>uis Seasongood and !; '>n it: at -I oVlrck. !I .A. "V .Clubbs
l "I am on roof. X irly dead from No charge for Admission or Seat* ; ] I .
I! the Southern Pacific ra!:roal1. Ii. 'is occupied by the Baltimore and Ohio *i /a5\ I'
j no collection. 21f3t! i i
.j Smith & 0Jan" the Cincinnati i Southwestern railroad on the first: (Signed 'MOXHS" |I I Corner Garden and Bru Streets,

]ij Trust Company on the first floor and floor and by numerous tenants in the e j He threw it to thi ground and a" =

. basement and by Richter & ri'| orter pickeil it up and locate the ,
many offices on the other ftr Phillips! ) : K.O. BREST.
WVJ. I{ KNWVLh.!, ,
W. IC HYfeK, JK.,
J. H lay!
figure of a man Stan outlined i m 1(14L9Y> =ClJ
ing j ji
hors wholesale jewelers! on the second l President. Vlce-Frr
was :hliditly; damapii'd. i >lddat. C'a bler Au't ''s< 'r
the >'pjrk! !<. Jones tr |It along the:
The front storeals of the Tike story, and others on the upp..rfloors. e'lsc of tlie rear building and there! I(Grist] and Corn Weal' Wills i'I

Imildinz{ structures, occupie by Ito 1- The loss of Richter & Phillips waited for the firemen who pared: I I :

ert Clarke & Company and the is very large, although there a la A telephone cxr'hane buslilini?. .loins ,-.J ]
r uhme Hrothrre jewelry store, andof was considerable sahage.! The Sea was carried down and t.ikon to thee Manufacturer I I

the StaMinvood building, stood the songood building withstood th hospital: :'HOICK MK\LAN!) FriCKGIiOCRI; 1!

beat an''. ,.i.! not fall The rear walls flames' for some time. i .. .. '- -- ,i t STOCK F'1':Rn. ; eX' pENf3A'oN A. k' L L

of the ,;strnetiiros t1r>\\ \".'r, whif-h A mong the losers are An Uls j A Thousand Dollars Thrivvn Aw'y' I i.fr. |i. PsiroTU* ll<.'mi-. Indus-ry. for there .. I
t
of -,, > John Ward Dunsmo'. Rena j jEliabeth .-;i refto'cu, : o.tdu.y:- ..r Me .t.at I DXX'il..1.:!C'-t"O CiLf1rt.A.iJLO
are Intl. v war with the fall!! DeCamp, \ W, W. fiakrr. .-f ruiarwv.JNfb. / : "- 'kI"J frora the Ho.n1- M"n"laotvr"ty '-
: Ins floors. C. Eckstein and C. A. i i :lt, so ao'a? y>u ercoara hone trds t r / '," ,-; \.. l.T. F, L', B:5KK1 KO '
I .. writes! : "Mv wife: hid Innjr : :;," '(OUI moo"Yloh'l"! t.iii' 1\:111,11""
Sue-t Across Batter Street :'oil'nrl'r"hfJ;; statdls! were 10.--. wit]' t *. d3! joo it> tutu H r IndlreC'i" hen-'it fo J;. KMT.
trfluble for over fifteen ''..rIt'. .
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i the > .
tern; > ii> ii.nnffi-u' )t
Th > ri" 'I" a't :, ::. n guy \'al:1ahpicture!: ,;. I IHERIETTA -, ,.. 'w
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, J :.: I' ("....:; .1: t'i LOSES HER STACE EFFECTS ... .;i' : .n .i '"<... d "- ''Xlt J ,....."...., .. ,'. ,_.._-_-_ __ I I .. ., t
cornerpmr "f ,: r.-; :, i;-UM: 0.. Fe'i, ;::';.'-T: .. !'. .., ;" K '. \ '- H 'I FT, ';-r..c.-! < :- _... ,- ..- .. 1 ,..'. : -- -
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. J H. m / ."., I, .1.1, .\.1 .,1.',,.' '. I' '.I.a I!! r.. \-. '.'; :1. .' ..: Y"'lr<. \\'.. rhtw'! 11' ,- :h ':'1' ,II ,. a ratr- .. I fJ' %_-j__L! L 1 j.; ;-': .J :; ..' .:-. i. v '.' r
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1'ha.t. : .1..i in :' l" \'. '. ,S i i \':<'; lo-i in a'.y 01 the .::1' ". D'Aleniberte i ij tl.J '
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I I j Aittr h.iiro w, .r ; r.r:? Vp"odt It.J'tor *
; ; of .ttear t'-u' i tn- --- ----- -. i !' 91f&ty Rent ir. :;srVI"
. Tl "r' r in .h' C'ntl'r of f:, ,: ,'riorf the Pi!.(' was remoile' and 3tOr1CFw ::ry? i <;Jf,\ :" :'.u '.\:!H, ""; '.r' 'h' a." aDR. P"t'YD 11Ai'f'ffiL71' + i1-' .

1 city a'.,1 <+< 1 -r.! :r"t : ..rm.11 th.'J{ !the theater redecorated and ret urn1 1 I h've b en authorized I >r> hlu ( .. \ C'.. 1=' ", : r :":' .,'.'j I t"tsP.

l in I'I .-' house. Viuo fished at the subscriptions for' \\t-i. mn___
puo-i ; tUv n 1":1 on expense of .' J 1': I1": I[I -

j t'tn'1. j"st across the street: from the I thousand dollars, over J.3flO worth !\ Bryaa's paper "The ton '.j' iI'r.i f ktz7. :' KING'S E PROFESSIONAL CAP.:,

'rt; telephone! buiidin? were called out I of gold leaf alone being used in the j,| V'HICP.The price Those M $1.0"de) .per trin.year- 'iI ,.in;':! 1,1" ,' e TRY NEW\ DISCOVERY'/ .. .....--.. -
r
of 111<'11" rooms as were those at the decorations. I! 1 trm have it 5Qnt 'o rht in 'by -.er. !tat i j '(/. C. ROV/E M. D
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,
ibl'n. Emory and the Stag hotels: The scenery and costumes used b)> ;fl.Wto the under u'ti d. FOR THAT COLD.

which were in close proximity: to the the Pike Stock Company during the H.f.. nt'JlF.C'HP TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. (Offir: 17)4 S. ralifoxHoars .
Duly
fire. which \rsas from St3 9ca. m artnd '
season closed last Saturday -- -- Cures Consumption.Coughs, :

The Kankakee building, which i is night, valued at about J4-0(1I1.; were Colds aft"r 7 o'clock\
ronchitic
STEAMER CAPTAI II FRITZ Asthma :
diagonally! across the street from theSeasonsood stored in the opera house. Included! j lloxio OG.
I PncumoniaIIayFeverPlcurisy !'
bmldiiiir and Pike opera in this was a good portion of the expensive J. N. RoFR-5, J fanaPr. Physicians prescribe it -

house and 1 !is occupied l h y the Western costumes; used in the pn LaGrippe, Hoarsenes 5,1!!
will make reular trip between for their most delicate JOHN S. BEARD.ATTORNEYATLAV[ .
Sore
Union. the: Associated: Press, then senmion of "Cinderella" dnnng Peaacoa, Point \Vihipgton and Throat, Croup and !!

Four and other offices was Christmas. week. 1, Freeport. L ave Ike i.-ti street patients.OLD : \YhoopCough: li. : .

threatened and all the wires of the The loss of the Henrietta Crossman !Iwhirf Thor dtv af 6 R, tr. and arrIve and PURE. NO CUR,. NO PAY. | Office"-3lf: Thiesen Kvi :
Western Union for hours were In at Frcfpnrt at 6 m. dir
p. Fame:
Company, which has been at Price 50c. and SI. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE Office Hours-8.TO .
I a. rn. tl
r
dancer: hut this location was spared Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m 'r Gale byDannheisser
after a ,narro.v escape Pike's this week, is O'lblo"er that I and arrive at Penirota: 6 p. m. C:31T.f i, 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. in.j .

Business Men Pulled Out of Sed. of the Pike Opera Company Hen day. Fare round trip, $5; one wav12alm" Bros. +! I, will repair your watches aaC j j I Practice In all tate and federal
There was scarceany! wind: blow rietta Grossman was called! up with t3. jewelry In first-class Poty]'.!. J. 1'Stephens. 'j All basin"" entraicrd to me 11',1"' ,
I j I j I I prompt sod diligent attention.






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THE DAILY NEWBi PEN3ACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1903. aI


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E. W. PEAKE. : r"""" 'J OLD-FASHIONED :!

electrical contractor and builder, .;! SERVICES AT ;;i.CHURCHES t STEAMBOAT RACE I

.! electrical work ID flrstvie 4 I. TheWhisKevaVithftiit I fil Headache
WL,'L M .da-vour and at Mson-iblo rates .......................: New Orleans, Feb. 26.-A river 'jj

u. "f 'u'bt found at 30 Houth ralafoxtr. ; Catholic.St. I race, such as was a comon occurrence I .,!I
pe 203.c,2.Ei$1lI2.x.. II ,, .
Phone ''
: : Michael's Order of divine I twenty years ago. is now in' 7c. 7\ .,.. t' IJ 'r
"
: .. !5 service for the winter: First mans, progress between this city and I !t jI

Ira Ban* j a. m.; children mass 8 last \'icksbnrgbetween the steamers I f
a. m. _
......tt.1 : r1.r ; I I, '. i .
:
r.n City of Louisville of '
r.t !mass and "errnon, 10 a. m.; evening i Cincinnati. and I
"
( : 1 devotions, 4 p. in. I the Queen City of Pittbburg. Both

boats are loaded down with passengers -I I .
nice to give' St. Joseph's Kev. Robert Fullerton 1
u want: a present -
T i pricipaly visitors
,, .., jcro and look through the I i Poi.tor-Firt maf.3 returningto
: of huifible articles at ; ,6:3Ia.m'1; their homes froni the New Orleans
'e" iiue
: |high D'M:
mass, a. in. benediction
VV ,surely find' ; Mardi Gras and if
,W' :ens yu can :, I either boat
<
7:30p.m.
':? : i, .' to please: yon. If you breaks the record made by the
..- ,1'iingiu the Diamond Hue I -
".I.,.v. ]I Robert E. Lee, the citizens of Vicksburg -
:r.' :') _1'6 himbefore von buy. Flui.CIIIIItl.Eriiscopa1t. No meal In a day has such an efect
t. I Kathorino's-Ccrvantes on ones mood as breakfast A wL1. will give a handsome pair of .toi"
I
SEND YOUR ORDERS i ii Street and Sixth Ave.TheRev. crepared trea fost food rtdsPet cabin horns to the successful con- !, JI. '
\
r' Dolive for carpenter or I Dr. H. W. 1' Hodson.Rootor. testant. I '. ,'Ii I f---.,'

': w >rk. Repair work a 1 First Sunday in Lent-The Holy

.,:." I Communion 8 morning. Children's !I BrandEvaporated Enameled llnamrlril baths'are Ratlin.the trial of the I IjfL. b4/1. !(J I, i'.t I ,1

Try Guuther's Candies at Service and Sunday school 9:20.Morn-: housewife! who does not understand TIL* jjiJj. :.1"i .' .t'

SololDc n s. I ing prayer service and sermon at 11 how they should! 1 lw made to retain j i, .:.,
'
a. m. Evening prayer service and | CreamIt their pristine: freshm" Vigorous At i:
: 1
".7: : .. 's, life SfsJer/ oc.- ; sermon, T:2o.: The rector will preach I scrubbing cf them is not doirable, but :. i

I morning and evening.Vetk day I adds( a richness to your food a simple way of cleaning; them is this: : : -i 'iU\

PEARL & DOLIVE. services: Every day, the prayers at'I' that best nothing part of ese cows can.milk.It is Tell the First wipe out tho tub with :i dry cloth, :: -.--- I IVAS \U UI
| then thoroughly rub it with cloth
II I) a. m.; each day except 1'riday the' your grocer you want to send a BRED IN OLD KENTucKY: 4OVptQHT
I If
your husband to tusmess with a dipped In alt and turpentine: than :
prayers at 5 p. in. ;every Friday, eve gocd brea:.last and you need I II
"ill lit the corner of O\r- Pet Brand. Be sure whkh nothing is better for removing
l mhz street* for carpen- fling! the prayers and adires at see the above cap keel before you- (otall1 A fur the tub has been gently ;

;ic'il work.or phone fi'W. 7W. The Woman's Guild of St you buy. I scoured in this manner rhiM with I; t;

Xaherine's meets ('rcrylonllay af- HELVETIA MILK I clear warm water, dry with a fresh 's- -=._-_.=-- ---------=- .. ,.I':

tcrn-K in the rectory at 4 o'c'ork.All !;:. a CONDENSING CO. I doth, and the tub will. look. like nev
AND PASSENGER
)SCHEDULE L BEAR: &. CO., DISTILLERY DISTRIBUTORS, PENSACOLA. FLA.
I1iimoi ,
ladies (If the pan>:-h %helh.'rcommmiicants IIgh1ad, __ ,
()neiinu c C'">usb Cure gives a .- _. t
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AiES FOR ST. ANDREWS or nut, aro cordially ..
$ al rMief in one minute, l h..cau..e it kills\ Ii
in\ited to attend these meeting. the microbe which tickles the mucous : Laxative Uromo Auin'me 0.- : ,t
I 0 every
LINE. The rector may be scon after any membrane, causing the cough, j t I.
sl'rricc at the rcctorv.Kt school ut 10 a. 111. ; Y. 1'. .t;. C. E. ati'i at the saute time clears the I Cures a Cold in One Day, Crip in 2 Days ,4'2Jc.w box. 25c ,I I i"i "

I at 11 a.in.First phlegm, draws out the Infl.1mn'at'u i .1. ;(
i ricola.. S Andrews; and! diidheaUaud soothes! the aIIt1ctl'd i -- 'l "

i.ii-hip: Compiny has fixed. I l"1I1\1'1"4Ii"l. I II part?. One Mlnu'te Cough Cure I You want a good piano tuner to "' j

'\vIu..t r chedule and rates: toi ).lpi hn.1 h.t >uc.i>|':\! riiuteli South.JI. ,I Uuiversili-t Church, East strengthens the lungs, wards:! oil i stay in Pensacola, still you holdback Nir 'rYJi. ,r
I h, tweeii Pensacola and the K. Church Palafox pneumonia and is a harmless and r'
"-1.,tmed : South street, I i Chase Street, Kev. Mrs. Athalia L. J. never fallingcure in all curable your order. Send it in. I have }
i
[ Rev. ..TL Dauuelly, P. C.-Serucos Irwin, Pastor-Subject at 11 a. cases! of Cough, Colds and Croup. had 20 years' experience and have '

SClIlnn.K'III1f'r : !i at 11:00 a. m. and 7:::U p. in. tomor- I m.t Bundayschoo lat 10 a. m ; Y. One Minute Cough Cure is pleasantto worked in several piano factories.

.-;, Tarpon will leave Pensali : row. Sunday school at 9:2ft a. m. P. C. U. at G:30 p. 01.; Bible study take, harmless and !good alike for Orders left at Johnson's book store mr ,
: .'very Tuesday night at 8:30t( J. A. Avant, Supt. Epworth League at I young and Old. Hargts Pharmacy, : ;
Wednesday at 7:30 m. The will be attended to.CHAS..
,'Hk! after the arrival of the Mo- CCO:: p. m. W. C. Mackey, 1'res. Woman's p. John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn.
public is cordially invited to attend W. PHESSLEY.
;aile train and the P. & A. accommo- I .
Foreign Missionary
jiti-m train. ThU will enable a Society these services, and the pastor is ----- --

;)i-r-on to leave Mobile at 5 p. m., meets at :3:30: ::' p. m. next Monday. always glad to meet strangers after OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine CARPENTRY AND
d
liiake close connection at Pensacola mmuw
:
the benediction. oysters today. Try them.
1
and reach Kt. Andrews the next
u1)rnlngat7 o'clock.1'ASSKXGKU. NIC ApOSTLE. : ELECTRICAL WORK : ,J JI
Rapt hit. Cbs istlan S.ience. 'J

KATES. First Baptist Church-Rev. F. Special services will be conducted HotFrenchWamt8withFlorida ,,;, ..

T".e passenger rate from Pensacola j Services 11 a.m.and Cane at Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone 660,
Jonepastor. at by Judge \V. O. Ewing, Christian [ Syrup if YOU have carpenter or electrical ,J I-
any
be follows
xil
To! St.as Andrews: aud St. Andrews J7:30 p. m. t\uudayschool at9:0a.: scientist,; at the Peusacold Libary Solomon's. work you want well done. DAILY MENUS 'i

; at*-$((500 Jj; round trip $10. Im., E. D. lleggs, superintendent. Sunday at 11 o'clock. The public is '- ,".
To Apalachicola and Carra belle.1 :i H. Y. P. U. service at 6:30 p. m. cordially invitad. Comprise all the Up-to- .

:> .1); round trip |15.ilie i IA cordial invitation extended to Cured of Rheumatism J. t. t )NG Date Dishes the Mar "
1 fares include flrstciassu
e
kets of the World
stateroom and meals. ; :strangers and visitors to worship Salvation Army. I 'l

J rther information can be !'ecnredlving I with It,;. I Every cne is! cordially invited to ,I For the benefit suffering human Atfopd.

,) ; at the company's olllces -- attend the meetings at the Barracks ity I desire toj:=t 1'hiesen building. ; The Church of Chri..l.I on Delleachestreet. Holiness meeting severely with Muscular and ,Sciatic !1 I'j
I
3" __ __ I Church of Christ, Corner Alcaniz I at 11 Junior class Rheumatism for live years. During 'h
Sunday a. m.; Ladies' Private
tint time I tried various: remedies as
PLANS SPECIFICATIONS
PARKER'S : and Jackson Street-*-Bible school I meeting at 2 p. U). (Salvation meeting well as the prescriptions of several AND :,.

-A !Cletiu HAIR<. mil """oulr.BALSAM.. the lulr.I Iri I if: ; a. in.; preaching at 11 a. in. ai d : every night at S o'clock in the physiciaiiS, which afforded me very ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT Dining Parlor. !;

t.'.... 1 Never Pruincjtr Fail. luxunnnt to liestore,...wth.Gray i 17:30 p. in. by W. T. Tracy of Viola, t Barracks: ; open airs at? p. in.Lutheran. little, if any, relief. The pain in my SHORT NOTICE. .< .-& J ,, ,\.-
.4' back and I
f', "1\. I llsir..to us youthful Color. 1 Tenn.jprayer; meeting \Vednedayat { hips legs was agonizing -
'Io ,'). I"CtuM t..mlp diw.H.A b.ir taiiuiz. Ii ] 1.and almost unbearable. I could First.ClaesS7ork Guaranteed and t'
\!_ _fr fldl'.U: 1"'" i 7:30 p. m. Kong practice at evening/ German Luthran church-German hardly walk and thought I would be References Furnished. ). 'I.'

-- --- service begins at 7:15 o'clock. Come : i I obliged to abandon all business. A Regular Dinner Daily.
service, 10:30: a. m. Sunday school, 414 laST IXTIXDINCIA. :
and join us in these services. friend of mine advised me to try j )t
;i -""" 9 a. m. Xo serivce at night URICSOL, which I did reluctantly I -- -
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DIRECTORY
LODGE I Prehbyl tIe cured "me sound ind well. I ,
| Presbyterian church-Tomorrow a Seamen's Friend Society. i Killed. Night
or ,
-OF- Day. _
cheerfully recommend It to all who I
!! series of will The Seamen's Friend Society will I
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. special meetings beginconducted I I ,t
utTer as I did. It is also a very fine ,
j
by Rev. Xathan Ilachman bold religious services at 3:30 p. m.1 tonic. It increases the appetite, aids I

rfn.a,'nl& i,,.xtge.. No. S, K. of P., \ D. D., of Tennessee. Dr. Bachman is i{ Sunday in their reading room on I digestion and finally builds up the f FRUITS AND COIFECTIONER f fAT II you It' Something wish,you'll Good find It to ai Eat 't I

m et& every Monday evening I a successful evangelist\ of the Presbyterian !I South Palafox street, in the corner general health. You can use this as j I'
at 7:30 at Castle t nil, I think best. Very truly, -
I la the Klount Watson I church. He preaches a building north of the Scandinavian you Nick Apostle's t' ':
r ; pure I \v. u. DELEACH I :1
third floor.
HalMlng.
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.,.' 1" >'lhUlnt brethren cordially: gospel and depends upon the Holy i church. Reamen and citizens of all 311 Auburn Ave., Atlanta, Ga. C. APOSTLE'S

J. 'j woloamed] J. A. LYLE. I :Spirit: for success in his work. The I, denominations are invited. H. C. :\ I I'ov.6thlJ02. Popular Restaurant 1 ,.)

: U, HORBLER C, C. I I presence and hearty co-operation! of 'I Cusuman, secretary. Druggists i sell it at $1 00 per bottles 14 East GoitFWEit St.
,
riend for book of h
K.K.4: H. st'imp particular I ,
''I all people cordialy invited in these I II I Saints )I etlll::. to the URICSOL Chemical Co., Los Formerly Cordova Restaurant 8tan%' mMNM .

I meetings. Services twice daily, at 10 I Latter Day Saints will hold services Angeles, Cal., or Atlanta, Ga. O:).e car-load of Pineapples at 11.7 .

Dun mHitiz* No. 13 : a. m. and 7:3o:: p. ra.Christian.. in Saints! hall, o2S: East Chase For sale by to $2.00 per dozen. ,
", I
iliy evening! lit 1::*\ lit I :
.. ""I' r' l',,l,,fox and (i"rd. Knl cordially Invited. ,
>( .
i I Powell, presiding.
J. ALISON. I
S C.C. Central ChrUtiau Church, No. 1C Colored Church. .* Headquarters for 0* ;

S I.I East Romana Street-Junior Chris- I No. 230 E. lutendencia street. F. E. BRUCE I 'I ,
Tbwc tiny Capsules rcsupcnor SEWING MACHINES. ;
fan Endeavor at 9 a. in. ; Sunday I School at 9:30: in. Preach !I { ''I
IJI" ,. ,. Sunday: a. to lUlsam if : ,
l..u14e. .I 30. I". of I- Has returned and resumed practice. Copaiba
1 II < >|"'a: S.>, a i, Knliht3 of ing Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m- I t C!:llt't\f) and Injectnas.TLcy : @), REALESTATEANDRENJALACENT .

.>.-in"\1'tticlr')' Tliurrdnv(.ftsile hail pven-. on Hilton The public is invited to attend thee OlliceVeetGovernnient. Bt., -nn'lu 48 hours till' r1

\\'l\t OIl hUlldln!!.outh. OSrEJTER I "lcl.lh'nt i services. G. W. Lewi; A. M., D. D. Salisbury BuildIng; lma'j<: J..y3.Y", t 1UI'.Juy 101'11 I I lit South I'alafoi street,
,, for build '
'1 f ( luul uJ..n hlr".t. I
.'t:.; 4<>i 0 of' II sIn INIGl ITCI -
I i the pastor. '
conli.illvloomed. I
are CELEBRATED I.3'- Telephone 14ri.I i 1
K. ALI.MOX, tfiu hftcr sick- I
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l'. 4.'. D J1, n"..,.s. l'h.\\tJlk- 1 1 It.' inil... I TA C W ab & *
a' e t stomach can I I. : D v. ;
.1; rfaiuit. ItvMU Never clean} nails with a sharp point K'CBinhla oonty rireulttC'ourt.: '. !Slat' .
the of Horiclu- lltlinCpr
J rcit rt an- )
cd implement. If tin- I brush} fails in its I I
,
petite aiaiet the ,
/.ems I'
i. o. o. F.I''n..a'ula lljaii
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dieestioa and otlii-e MTiitth them wer a eake WHIP Vt.William 5 > I
pr.'elltHeartburn and then rub the linger tips in tin U. R,an.) I INSURANCE .
1..1:1" NII. 4 in Mnndny. the 4th ilnv of 'l
pthnIf the liniul or on a Turkishwashcloth. ; .'. May A. II.
_I .nr'dav pvt>nlng at 7:31: at I.lh.O'f..ndltnt William UyanisrVqulrcc AM) :
'.. Woit Inteiiit 'iicia street Flatulency, This I is effectual: for any to appear to the bill tiled against him :

n cordially lnvLtd.l'.iIIiAMIINN.. I :lizziness, thin:; but sta ins. \hii! rc<|niiv lemoiijuice. fiistitie { h0t09r'aph, herpln.This REAL ESTATE :
Q. order Is to be publlsheiloncn a week
"., Srcretury.AMERICAN Indigestion .\ little: polishing; ponder' maybe rplKbtcoii'pruUve weeks in THE DAILY ,
.. bSTOMAHftS;: and Dyspepsia.He I used onto or twice a week;:, and alight O'H2 S. Palafox Street. :
GUILD. Mire to try ; rubbing with the chamois polisher A.M. MCMILLAN. r
it. every day gives the tinishinz: loiuh Clerk Circuit Court.; r"Partial

P'n.wula -Chapter No. (107.t _____ __ __. _, to the manicuring. Too nnuh polishing! : HARDBRICK (ensacola.MEALJ] "'Ia., Keb.Iy! H IS.. H.KI-RTUX.ISml. ItoawSw l. c. List:! of Desirable Dwellings : .(

t Is to be avoiditl, also the use of .1t'1.1) for Rent in VariousXParts .!.

1: ,'t.,. 1'. LlNDES!Governor.'TBlTH.ry 1UNKKAI, KUKNCH SCHKDCLE; tinted powders fur the artificial al- Fort Barrancas! Fla., Feb. 21. 1903. of the City: I 71

I Following is -the schedule of the pea ranee thus produced is vulgar andtletrimental. Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will |35.0u-2>$-story house, containing 12 rooms ".i 1 :
I : If the nails I.e hard jin.l be received until 11 a. m. March 21, all modern conveniences bath on :
K. OF L. overnmentsteamer General French 1903 upper and lower floors corner lot, "
for
I brittle rub a little vaseline, coM! cream constructing, plumbing. heat- nice yard and shrubbery stable ,.1
I I which TUE NEWS prints for the or almond oil on thorn at night. If ing and electric wiring one Lavatory, hOUhBS.. *tC.. Nn.. 711 Xau i f niiuis oltna.out- J !)!

', .1 I \'''*'IIIlly No. :>05.M benefit of the merchants who ship they are delicate and tender, wax ami also and plumbing barrack one set rjfficers quart. Street.1:15.00sstory. boarding hou,... containing jtt; :./

inlay In each month.W. their goods to tbe >arious army alum will strengthen them. Lemon ers one building Fort 25 room., known as tile Ponce de ) .
i'. 11.'1'UARP. I : McUee. Fla. U. S. reserves the rightto Leon house No. Jill" East Intenclen- 'I"
posts juice also strengthens the nails and reject all cia street. 1
M.V' or
IN ELU accept any or proposalsor
Leares Pensacola ___- ...... 7:00 a. m. .J.OO-A desirable 2-story modern dwelling .
secretary. Leave Karranra..._....'_,____. 7:0a.m.: will arrest the growth of the scarfskin any part thereof. Information 7 rooms,most desirable section of tb.
Leaves rickens .__ ____ Wst) a. m. upon them. furnished on application. Envelopes city on a corner on tbe street car j t'
Leaves larraoca: ..._ ___ 8:15 a. m. AL\\TAYS\\ ON HAND containing proposals should be marked lmue.r'o.eaiNorth:! Barcelona: street .I
I Leaves Pen.acola __._._____10:1S a. m. THK BKST IA\AT1VE SJJ. O-LIHlle :2-story dwelling. ii>> rooms. "i .
The for
"Proposals lavatory and ,
Beer Arrives Karrancaa 11:10 a. m. and then IrontlnnSevlllefguare: No.9u East t-'
j :sake a trip to Fort McKee and then re- Is not too good for you if your Plumbing," addressed. E. COLE, I -Comfortable: Uovernment street. t .'j '
.
'.Drns to Harrancas.Leaves Q. M. new 2-story modern ;.
Karrancas______ I:tl p. m. bowels are !'Iu glsh. THE BEST LAX .HALF. o \'elllng.V rooms very desirable sec i I
That Made ; Leave Pickenf__. .._ ._.?._ 1:2p.m. .. .. Feb 21-21-2J-25 Men IMo lion ol tbe city. situated on North _
= ()f LrSVeS Penaanpln _._......?,_,.?.. 4HOp. m. ATIVE is a medicine that moves the Kaylen between Hlroug and iJtMoto "J ;
Leaves Hclteni._ _m__.___ 6:15p.m. bowels easily and naturally, with streets. 'j ,.
Arrives Harrancas 5w: p. m. and makes -TO- *:!i5.O-2-storydwellzngin good: order with .
m" :rlp to McKe and retnrn. out Irritation, griping or sickening H rooms three doors from the belt iI'
lmn rAM U On Wednesdays and Saturdays the effect. A medicine that strengthens No.Hue,21u.North has |ias aDd Harctlona water street.throughout. ." 4

1 boat will leave Barrancas via Pick- ONE MILLIONGet $B.OO-l-storydweiiIng7rooms, \ )
the muscles of the bowels and tones city water. 4 I
jns for Pensacola at 6:30 p. m. 1' bath, gas, with large: corner lot No. } .
-IS- The General French is for army them up to a point where they will 41f.1Wt-It\/rlllbeltreet. t :}.t
115.70-1-story dwelling 8 '4 ,
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I purposes only and any outsider must perform the work as nature intended, Y.. pered and painted room throughout, newly pa.ont .V:
VICTORIA : have a pass from the quartermaster without any assistance.:! fi""'' line. No.:** Last Gregory street. : 1

I I! ctake passage o i her.NOTICE. Such a medicine \i3 HEPATICU- Our Prices Before 15.00-I.storydwelIlng.cltyw. ????'' ball Jok of ground-randbath withIWJDlstorydwelilng.yo \ I
V ACME BREWING CO. RA. It embraces all the above good beautlfullbadtt trees: o. 7\-1\ Eau ,
"I-M I qualities besides not having a bad Cervantelltreat. <
KH'KNT:
BOTILK KKKllIX
415 East
taste, neither bitter nor sickening Purchasing.Capacity ry Itrt'et,1I nii' newly Grego.'f
TOWN. I IDS sweet.-Sold by all druggists.Only r -
It hereby given; that the undersigned will painted."I'
on tbe\8t day of March A. I). ISIS, at Pen- 'JJJO-) street, 5-room .
XHEISSER BROS sacola at 10o'clock a. m,.or as soon there. cottagll. city water, newly painted, :
after as the, same can be heard, apply to the lOc week for the NEWS In perfect, order. \
1I0J>>)-!\ 0 loll North ,
FOR THE CELEBRATED Hon. L..I. Reeves Judge of the Circuit Alcanlz strhet. a new it
'ourt of Eicam lacounty, Florida for authority 50,000 Daily .m.nn v-house. In rood order with 8 'OOmi. .
I. to sell the Interests of Patterson sot hast: Belmont street. city '
WOMEN
Earner hisley.W" M arzunl and Genevieve Marzonl minors In .#, MEN AND water, a neat 6 room cottage newly
the following described real estate, to-vlt: f t gae Tw Big 6 for nnastursldi paInted and renovated throughout. .
lleglnnlng at the soutbea.tcorner of a lot I 5 day.. .-h rK ,inB mm uons. C. R. TAYLOR I V.C6-NO. 1110 East Lakoa street, a neatly I
now owned anj occupied by J. M. Moldon; .O.&t..M irritations or nlcennionscf papered 4-rooui cottage In good con ,!
W" thence running east on a line 1t"ltbl tbe (t..IteI.i. mucous niembrsn. dition, large lot.city water.
H a.e-401 8. Palafox street. south fence of the said )Muldon 75 feet; Pveeb C.II .L Painless, sad not.utrin.Iv&itsCscioie. ftIeftiillan! Brick Co. Artistic Shoemaker A large Hit of smaller dwelling, as well 1
gent or iwuonons.or a* a number stores and
'Xtv i :'XI< thence north at right angles: 2i feet; thence OmeaFO KENT,
$.ld by DvfllhIS.t.I.LI
lng'e-Opp.: Union Depot.P 6EIWTI.S
I west at right angles 75 feet; thence south
J30 feet to of Of sent In piiin wrapper. FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. THOS. C. WATSON & CO.,
point beginning.ELL1E
t., >II :!sl. prepaid fur
Pensacola, Fla. > W.XBU MARZOXI. exprcM Barren Fla. Le llcz Real
Pine : Estate. Rental
I $1.00. or J bellies$ .75. Phone No.23. 9 South Palafox and Ininrmc i'
Phones 1l6.2C. Feb:tl.oawtw Guardian. Circular sent ca wined. St. Agents,1 Booth Falaloi Street. '
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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28,1903f
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has earnest, advocates, but the people I I Oldest and

will make no mistake if they in- Talk this over with doctor. If he LargestAgency in
f ) your
sist that the bonds be taken up and CAUGHT AT RANDOM"Since West Florida.


interest stopped. i I says Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is all right ESTABLISH KI> ls<;<:.


fit*MOond-clMi the Poet matter.Office .t tPenneoU THE HARBOR'S SUPREMACY.Now you have the best and for your hard cough, then take it. t; ariw"be


iUfoxitreet OmCK-rm'i, np-itkir Building ttltf Booth that the big battleships are to safest harbor south of Newport --, ._. Bowles< Bros.INSURANCE
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come into Pensacola bay after finding News" said a stranger last evening .
sent from Philadelphia so I under CONCEITS
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. that they can't get in anywhere else "it is a wonder that the place has CULINARY :
stand on account of a record made
on the gulf coast we deem it oppor-
not been placed more prominently When broiling fish, flour it before
Arms: Invariably in Advance. tune to say a word about our harbor. by one of these birds from this
: before the outside world than it is. putting Into the wire broiler.
910 TMf by Hall_____is 00 The fact is that from some cause that place to Fall River, Mass., a distanceof Revive slices of stale bread by steam-
ills Months ___ J COOM full has You know I tried to buy a ticket for
peek by Carrier Payable. Monday 10 we cannot fathem justice 1,200 miles. The bird only made ing rather than serve toast too often.If AND
never been done to the merits of this Pensacola in Ohio the other day and mutton chops are rubbed over with
76 miles a day, it is said, and consumed -
Advertising Rates furnished on Application harbor. It looks to one who is here the agent had to look the place up lemon juice before broiling, their flavor
and knows the superiority of the harbor 16 days in making the journey; will be much improved. REAL ESTATE
remarking that it 'was a place of no
TELEPHONE NO. IIS.FES8AOOLA of Pensacola over all others on but this is the longest recorded Make snow cake with arrowroot ,

importance or it would be known Hour, and you will be surprised at the
the whole south-eastern coast of the flight of a carrier pigeon. :UJ South l"ilafoSI
Improvement over that made with ordinary Irt'et.
United States, and then sees the more. I just mention this to give

'1 U1 i0N I LAKE small consideration given it by the you an idea of how little your pretty Many Appetizing Dishescan flour.A Phone 22. PEXSAO.A.
nice sandwich to serve with afternoon .!
P
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railroad systems, by congress and city is known. You need advertising! I be made doubly delightful and tea is made with preserved ginger

even by the officials of the navy department nutritious by the use of Borden's -
drained and and moistened
and plenty of it; the natural advantages chopped
IEB 28, 1903 as though there must be Peerless Brand Evaporated Cream with cream.

some sort of a boycott on against this i I are here; the notoriety is not. which is not only superior to raw I(!j Rice cooked in milk instead of water I GKXEIEAL AGKNTS

The account of the drowning of harbor. Not only is there a lack of The first will stay, the other must cream but has the merit of being preserved .. has a much richer flavor. It must be

four persons near Tallahassee last the recognition due from other quarters come, and come soonand; you mark and sterilized, thus keeping ,, watched closely while cooking; as it IThe Equitable

but even our own people are in- perfectly for indefinite I i i will burn quickly. I
an period.
the
week all because team they were my words, that when it is brought
driving were unable to keep in the clined to damn with faint praise. The Borden's Condensed Milk Co., pro- Ioil equal\ : quantities of white potatoes -
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about by judicious advertising the Life
Assurance
and yellow: turnips together: and
road and wandered off into the flat- fact that this is a first-class deepwater prietors. Society
city will take on a spurt that will not lUa"hi ht1y with butter and rich I I
is not heralded abroad as it
woods in the darkness: of night indicates port milk. This Is: au.American dish and 1 Of the United State.J1EXKY .
should be.'l' believe it to be thefactthatfewofthedwellersin be stopped. Introduce your superior I
that the good roads movement
I is very good.
CREEK LEFT I U. HYIJj
found,
t has not reached the Tallahassee country this city, facilities to the moneyed men of the I I Chop any loft over: meat fine, add rj

including many that have lived here salt and and a well U-ateii : 'Strongest "
yet. North and West and you will soon pepper erg { in the World
all their Iiknow Pensacola's MANY CREDITORS l-'orm into balls, pour a little melted i
4 A careful scientist has figured it note the wisdom of such a step." I _
r place and rank amongthe deep harbors butter over each amid bake in the oven

ht 4 out that "if the earth were flattened of the United: States. In order j I until !brown. Serve with a tomato I \WHY NOT THE BEST ? zITNE

"Carnivals in Pon!'acola are attract sauce.
out the sea would be two miles deep
that all may know the facts in regardto GREEK FRUIT DEALER AND HIS I -
c all over the world" and an Oklahoma this matter we publish the following ing more attention than is generally i I 1'ho reason! why salvages:! burst while
WIFE LEFT CITY RATHER UN- cooking is that they contain too
"if is greatan >>
exchange 'says: any mgn : supposed, said a lawyer yesterday."I : i allowance of breadcrumbs. Hoi.1 I JBERGjlAflTSCO.>>
caught flattening out the earth shoot i'
of Sea EXPECTEDLY. .
Existing Depths Principal was in a northern state lately and them for a minute or two before you
him on the spot. There are a whole I
I ports. \ when my name: and place of residencewas fry them and you will find the annoy- TRANSFER
Warned lot of us in Oklahoma thatcannot
:1\'oid'J. .
According to the Gulf Ports Marine ance
swim. noted on the regiser a gentleman "Tell an"ho want to know that ,

Journal, the existing depths of the the address hereafter: : of the Greek I MUmulclifd.Mrs. Having been awarded the ,
!sought::; me out and made anxious Inquiries o.\!ntro't
The Philadelphia Record (Dem.) channels to principal Aerimcan seaports couple who held out across from the I Greene-They tell me your hu't-: ; for carrying tltP U. S. Mail b.-tw, ?u

says: "It ought to temper republican is as follows: about all maters appertaining court house will !bo somewhere in I II baud has been decorated by some foreign : the and L.also& N. Depot and Pot OiLv,

Baltimore. Md. . . . 31.5Bangor : to Mardi Gras. I asked him would! he Greece." ruler. I the exclusive baggage priyi-
criticisms of the south little to
a all
Me., . . . . :31 I Mrs. IrownY, but it's only a bit loge on trains entering the city
reflect that nearly thirty years ago BathBoston :t come here and he said he and a I Such a remark: was made yesterday J we are prepared to transfer burp,;.
of rihlion. and it doesn't match my'eompll'xion I
congress disfranchised all persons in i Mass., . . . Sfi.C: ; party of ten had made arrangementsto to a News reporter by a gentleman nIl. 'and pas=enffpis to and from all i I.".
at When Charles wears teN, residences and trams, ..-
- ci Brunswick .;;,3 who has been victimized the day
the national capital in order to suppress Ca---------------- << by
to New Orleans it anywhere he'll have to without night
,
t Charleston. S. C, . . . :SO: go before the Pen Greek people who conducted a store I go -
: the vote, and
negro every proposition I Columbia River . . . 3 r. sacola show was learned! of, and that me.-IJoston Transcript. Prompt & 8clab1c
t## to restore the electoral fran- Galveston Texas . . . 27.8 on North Palofax street, near Chase. I Szrticc Gflracrcl! ,

chise to the people of the District of Mobile Ala. . . . . ::;J.6 information had been obtained froma The two are understood to have left Children like Piso's Cure. It is We also, conduct a Freight Delivery -

; i Columbia has been opposed by property New Haven Conn . . . 23: news item in a paper of his town. on last Tuesday night leaving a number pleasant to take I u"ine8s-haul pianos *afV...
. .. and cures their ,
New Orleans. La. 27 of bills including rents, machinery aud furniture at Ilea-ou-
s f owners and friends of good Newport R. I., . . . .. 1S.7 And it then and there occurred to unpaid coughs. At druggists. 25c.; :able Price
bread and fruit bills. The ,
government. Yet the colored popula- Newport X'ws."a.., . . 2 S.7 me that should the Pensacola asso- renting Telephone your order to F. H.

tion is a smaller proportion of the total New York. X. Y, . . .. 34.6 agent was the first to discover the Regular" Pou's Livery Htable, Phony XI, sir

in Washington than in many parts Norfolk Va. . . . . :3
ya of the South." Pensacola. .::: month (earlier it would serve to bread wagon came along and next the A F. and A. :M., 7:30 p. m., Phone 354.j .

Philadelphia Pa., . . . 2S MnndayMarch2
4 Portland Oregon . . . 21 draw a good many intending visitors accent of the wholesale fruit dealer. \-(eitiokbrethrenarecordialiv j j I MERCHANTS TRANSFER CO.

/ Thieves in Tampa on the night of Portland Me.. . . . .. :39.3 from oilier cities that celebrate: Mardi The last named is said to have been invited.
ta( the 23rd: took $lilt from the proprietor I Port Royal, S. C. . . . 25.3 "touched'1 for about $150;; althoughhe W. D'C. KEssi a. J I MRS.H.H. IIA LL\I.-\: ll li. Prop.

R I I of the Mascotte hotel, then went for Portsmouth N. II I.: Crass"I will say nothing to reporters. HARRY IY. GIKJW. \\'. M. ;, HAKKY HALLMARK: Tran T Agt.,

Providence. H. I.. . . ?:9.{
a lf l Moore and got $w.; In order to fit secretary:: I L.4XK. K.to..I'.iiniIl'.Jk A. \111'1I1 \
:+ tingly celebrate! their sucessful Sabine i'ass Texas. . . .r' .:, I hear that Al. lU'ttinger will be
:San: Diego Cal.. . . . 27.4 For Over Miiy \ ears. Mysterinnn ('ircrtrnIance. !
., Vzl achievement, they helped] themselves I San Francisco. Cal.. . . 30 2: I a candidate for Will Dailey's place I
I MRS, MINM.CIW'8 POUTHIM SYRUP EV I One was pale anJ sallow and the :
3Ti to a case of fine whiskey from the i Sault Ste. Marie Canal. Mich.. 21 in Juno," musingly; remarks a poli been used tor over SUIT years by lulttioueol ;
thdrI Savannah Ga. . . . 24 I : oth<-r fre-h and rov.. Whence the.:
ct freight depot. To complete l tician. "1 haven't mothers for their cbiMivn while teething
Was-hinstim. II. C., . . 22.5Wilmington : ; I sixAea to Al. difrsrencr? She who I ie b'u-bing: :
. It sooth the cLiIlofteQsthe
) mtli i
preparations, they needed icewatl'r I perfect 8Ucet' g jao1
some I
N. C'. . . . 22.5 about it, but a friend of mine has, gnme.ftliny! all paincures rind with health u-es Dr. Kind's New ao RY?
E and this they secured at the r
By examining this list of seaportsit I and he does not deny that he jolic and Is the bt-st remedy for JMarrhom.It I Life 1'ilU to maintain it. By gently ,
residence of 'Dr. Prink. The 2::rd I .
sill roll.tbe little cunVrer Immediately.
will be that there are but poor the '
4 seen arousing lazy; organs they compel
was a holiday and they evidently setout I would stand for the office. Dai'.ey! Mold by UruKKi&ls ID every part \\l..I"-a: I, a 1111Ht.tail
' I four parlors on the whole Atlantic good di e-ti'Hi and head oil con-
} to have a good thin They I makes a good officer in an office of the world. Twenty-live cents a bottle <; rovers.
iibt3 I! coast of the United States with deeper otipation. Try them. ; !
He sure rOol ask for"M r..Wl mlow's Soothing Only ale, at ;
ought to return the doctor's water where the hardest work is to receivehis 11I\II(; :.\IHKUS KHl
cooler. I| water than Pensacola. Fla. Theyare syrup, and take no other kind. \V. A. D'Alembr-rte 121 h. Palafox '

Portsmouth, Portland, Boston salary, but Ih'Uiugeroul.1 makeit street Drnt.; .
I Family, Fancy and Staple
i
and New York and that Pensaenla TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS -
interesting, as he would: likely receive -
, Perhaps the most successful hit I
ranks 5ih.> !being the deepest barber | KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. i < Groceries <
of the reason is the thriling series oft'nt'rgruun.1 the backing or some of the city Mr. :Jfhos. \Vf-ntworth has taken k fc
south of New York. Not only that j I Pau-cola
J.od.r No. '
3 K of .
History articles written banks." of the circulation of and All Kinds of t'p-to-date Fancy
charge city |
' !but if a mere fraction of the amount'of I regularniretIugllonda; : [ msht.March:
+ International for IVar- Goodi.
by an Spy public moneyspent on either of j THE XEWS. lie will take ? bcrijtUHi '- 2, at 7::>() o'clock. A full attendance
son's :\laazin.TIll' editors have Ianli Gras is now a tiling of his- Mrxjuij-ud. Wcikinthe rank of': WP are !Hoi Distributors for \\' '-t
the others was put on Pensacola harbor and collect all
? account
been so overwhelmed\ with inquiries' tory an.l the next event of importancehere K'II;tilt by the Senatori-il team i> Florida for the Celebrated Cafe diMondfl

! t from their readers regarding the an..di I, it could be improved to excell \Ventworth Ins had large experience MPmbeisof-i-tsr! lodges; amid visitinif Collee Sweet Home IHII--l -

$ '' any one of them all things 'onsidt"r- will be the city election in as circulating manager/ of brethren cordially invited to attend. sea. 1 Mini and Climax Kl'uirsliiylf: '-
thor and his hitherto unparalled nar- J : Delicatessen .
,
ed. Now then, tell us, if you ( June," said a candidate. "From I fn-E. daily papers, and will nuke AS. A. L\'uC.C. German: rIcart i
ratives. that they have been compellod | 'an'l H. HOI H to depart from their usual custom why so little attention has been many sides the battle will be hut but Tin NEWS service of the paper sat- of which are sold by ail fir t-el.--

corded to one of the few finest harbors i sfactory to nil TO C1'HI'lClLU IN OM2 I).\Y Hetail Grocers in the city.
11 and make an editorial announcement i it will be after the polls are closedon \ ._ Take i
-- l.i zaUv i
in the United States. Is it ai & KroinotjuinineTahleU All ,
to the effect that to insure his p'r.t'IOnal the night of June 2 and the votesl'oUIIIt.ll Do you waut a magnificent watc drujgi-is refund the luont-y If it fulls to' ( ( .- .
,. .
boycott? How is it that from Maineto : eur t; W. (rove's signature Is on .I&eo
r'r safety, his identitymust remain for little m HlPY? If i'll. call ot bot. :Sc.
will
California; from Texas to ) before the marshal !be
: J: a secret of Pl'arSO1'sIaazine: ::; Ianito'i Stephen, the j jewtltr. He will ac. -
ba everyone knows som<'1 h known. There will be no light; on the PENSACOLAPressing
Not only the safety of the author but I commodate you
Jacksonville and St. Augustine but but the marshal collectorand
tax -
major; -- -- - -- Horse SalePensacola
the continuance of the articles themselves
Pcnsacola! is in the list of the un
kt (which, perhaps is one of treasurer will hate a lot to overcome FOR LUMBERCall Club
The school geographies
+L: more importance to the readers of Iknuans" before either of them are re- on UEEKJALU IBER
barely indicate that there is such aplace -AT" '
t'ra P'arlllln'sIat'azine: ) depends upon stated." CO. for esnimale before placing FOR GENTLEMEN.
| as Pensacola but Jacksonvilleand
the ability of the editors! to absolutely your orders for lumber dlC-ltn
Augustine are given great Stables j I _
-
conceal the identity of this
very I I
"I heard in Savannah said ,
prominence. Augustine.' seems to a You
remarkable person. This month he can get your house' One
have derived notoriety from the facts I travelling man at the Kbcambia i Dollar Per MonthIn
j clears up the dark mystery surrounding furnished complete with -
that it has a place in history as being I"that in about ;3.o ire homing
' early July Advance
the of to
, l4 I persistent persecution Can- elegan, furniture at Mar- Membership
the first settlement in North America 10 head Fine Horses
taln I1n' fns. pigeons will be sent to IVnsa- ston # Quina's ., Clothes Cleaned[ and Pre+'rd| -
; Jacksonville was made famous by j on easy pay I I *
;!
1: cola to be released.: They will all for Sale Cheap at the !, often as desired. Your Clot-!
ments
her j('lIufeH'r epidemic and i I weekly or monthly I pent for and delivered Call .it

:H l-, Many suggestions! have been, and I great fire; even Tampa has her sen-i I ---- Pensacola Stables Call !I\ South I'alafox and Juju th-.
I
, + are still boin. made as to the best satUms, cigars and big hotels to boom j at and Club.
once
V disposition of the sn-ig sum received I her and Pensacola is waiting, just j :.0....e..e..o .e ...t Q .6 I 18f3t see them. La i ps' Flaij Skirts! a fpecidty!

waiting for to .
into the state treasury in settlement! something happen. 0Jk,1 '!
I .A : .
m' of the Indian war claim. It will! l 1.1'> i I Yours for Neatne-a

; interesting to the peopV of the slate :I The finest line ot umbrella in Chi'' i Ie: 1(1 'SOC'!
I 0..It coa.aese i
1 to kno v that: the original claim was ;,I City; i is at J. I. iS.tputuGo It',,., s ; I G. W. IRV/IN.

li only 5: ;i.vi.i:; : : that the interest on i il i i it theui.j .
...A SPEGAL.. 4 I
l that amount from January l*;< to.; I STOLEl
.
..e.o.atQ o tt + I
July 1:11\: ,';UJt:> $S11.)9A.ir! : : ; FO that :|i : Hot Chocolate7itl;

Itt: the tot.'I an.nat with Imer.M ld j jgrown j Spring Humors BiLL OF FARE i ; i GOllARS. Whipped Cream, at Sole .

I to !h., $1.071.93n.; :i:. TheI'nited Come to m>>'t jvoj-lc an'l cause: mane : m 4n'8.

1 t't: I States Md a counter claim for !I troubli! *,-iiumplry boils ail olllri .O. I

t!1 |:.94.-: : which; was deducted (leaving: ';i uptions, \Iv-itles 1.lu of appetite, I .a .oC.O& HAS BEEN: SELECTED FOR THE ,*..'': STEAMER LIRE SCHEDULE
which has been !i
not amount to
_
a paid .
that tired foelinjr, fits of biliousness: I a HF.q will HP rfpuhr inS
tt the: *t,1'.' of $'i7'!\,t'9S.Ve: have si !tod ;; (9J 0
1imlteiiiuu!i and! h< :llhdu. I I Mardi! Gras Season : : ';'riiiL'! : W.n-t.. FarleyEtfre 1

b tha'!>ove facts and figure* in cr-j O 1 H vvf, C i- "i *ti j I The: sooner o-: <:,'B! rid of tliem the !: o -
a'will hot! rule
thisi.ri
t1'r tint it !i' :
what
N may appear an !- Jiett r. a.d: the w. .\' to L-vt ri: 1 "t tii'-ta i! .M AND DURING THE VISIT OF THE .0.0( : All th'....- .fTt-, In Han hotly I'"PI" humlajr
)ortant iteii the interest 01 a larri- I< i .
and build Ii i fact r, |bah ,t "f ill\ nr.; .-Mealtyl )
to "
np) t'.e:: fy-M.i: that has : "CITY OF TAMPA.
,
of is. Attention is )- ATTLESHIPS.I
sum money now i i I it< found In' ui tst-ickof t .
i suffered from them is to take j jHood's
called' to the fact that the state hasa : I -'- ---- ----- .1 Milton 1I'IIIm: Lv '.-n-ncolaI! -t'

debt of $7'J Uttt>. which draws Interest I: 'II I BUTTERICK PATTERNS. trlrnyt.ola.y! -p.em Ar Milton :,. rFart <.

at the rate of C per cent. Sarsaparilla Fish, Game, Fruits and Vegetables in Season : ,rK; Round trip,II.'_>.
The March
Patterns giving
This costs the people $toSnJ; every I and Pills : Served in All Styles. some indication of prevailing

year just to keep up the interest. :l1P- in i r"punk Styles HT* now in.
Forming combination the Spring When next JEWELER\ IN HIS
pose the average tax payer of Florida -- you comto our
Medicine! par excellence, of uneimallcdEtrcnjth store vi-it our Paper Pattern

lives 3'to) pay years;taxes think:on what this it lumdeddebt means. shown in unequalled purifying the blood as 1 Dining Room for && i department pay you, if you indeed have dre it Wf"mJk-old NEW\ STAND

by : radical and
Take your pencil and figure it out. permanent tnr; intention, to mike a special -

cures of trip; to cur store fer that
When you have done 1'0'U will very
i purpo=1 .
ikely bo of opinion that the very best II Scrofula Salt Rheum Ladies Exclusively. i *">".. moved my Jewelry stnre !'-

use the legislature can make of the Scald Head B3iSf|! Pimples i, 12 Palafox formerly "t-a-

war claim money is to pay the state's I All Kinds of Humor( Psoriasis SUPPLIE-D-'VITH' i GOE'S BOOK STORE p-;' is & Co., and au :.' VI
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indebtednes as far as it will go. Blood PoisonlRheumatism I BUFFET CHOICEST b >ared than ever to jfi"*

There are many: ways that the money Catarrh Dyspepsia, tic 213 South 1'alafoi Street.PENSACOLA g ain? in diamonds, wale r-

can be used to the benefit of the Accept no substitute, but be ;nee to S OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. : I j' etc. Call and eee me ..L-
i .
FLORIDA
I
state and the people and everyone get Hood's, and get it today N1.si...t1.......ba....tl.......,.........: I: 1 wince J.you.I. tiTEPHENs.: '

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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY., FEBRUARY 28. 1903.

;

I THINK IT OVER. No. cseoa. a'
RESIDENTSARE W. C. O'NEAL, PresIdent; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; '
Paine's Celery B. J. fOSHEE,Vice-President; JOHN PFEIFFER, Ant Caakltr.
Something you can see in any Vts-

taurant or Cafe.A ft! *
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
ACITATED
Compound physician pats the query: Have

you never noticed :In any large res- M
PEKSACOLA
__- OP FLA.
taurantat lunch or dinner time the

RflPlDliY REPAIRS ADMIRAL WISE ISSUES AN ORDER largtfnumber' of hearty, vigorous old Designated Depository of the United States. {

men at the tables; men whose ages Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb. 9 1003.
Tis3ue-Puts It in firm Con- WHICH HAS CAUSED SOME ,
fjsted run from CJ to 80 years; many of

uTIoa: and Expels Waste Poisons CONSTERNATION. them bald and all perhaps'gray, but RESOURCES. LIABILITIES '

none rf them feeble or senile? Loans! and Discounts ..... ...... ...... .. ... 1333,072.95 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ......... .... $200.000.00 .
From the System. Demand Loans........... ...... ...:.. .... 112. te&i Surplus ..uuu..uu. .... ... ...... .. .... 0,000.00Undivided Ij
tisws of the human body are Perh'tps the spectacle is eo com- Overdrafts..... .... ............ .. ...... .... 1.16002FJ. Profits....... ..... .. .. ..... .... 690.79 ..
p.) asied by fevers. and great An order Issued lately by Admiral mon a* to have escaped your observation 8. Bonds and Premiums( .. .. .... .. .... 213,806.87!:! Circulation...... ........ .. .... .... .... .... 125,000.00 i

? of waste poison are pour- Wise of the yard has caused or comment, but neverthe- Stocks, securities etc... ...... ............ 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid,....,....... ...... .... .. 180.00 \ [
4 lo The break navy Furniture and Fixtures.......... ..\....... 6.718.48 Dep9lfiter.nrrnnnunuuuuu.u. ..... 505,649.34 '
blood rapid
a'o the less it is an abject lesson that means .. .. .. .. .. 1 .1'
and the charging; of. consternation among property owners Cash andEtch/mfte ... .. .... 228.17024 s f
'if U"sue
jin something:
: ,,1 with poisons bring unfora who are not residents of the naval t. 1 i

.. ,'J.s victims and helplessnes to a condition that of is reservation, and all sorts of uncompli ty If old you fellows will notice are eating what you these will hear ob- Total.......... .... .. .... .... ...... ...... $911,420.10 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .. .. ...... .. .. $911,4 0.10 '. :l'. f':

to behold. Thousands of mentary things are being said of serve that they are not mincing This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give ]
"a and old who have just passed the bran crackers your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. l;
; nor gingerly picking
the admiral, who is referred to as
1?. "u taws of typhoid inflamma- their way through a menu card of 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.B. I
typhus, intermittent
.a-tric. exercising "czarism" at the local
'furm of fevers demand new angled health foods; on the .
;a> t attention and best treat- station. contrary they seem to prefer a juicy ,

fc ie is candor to be ,saved.honesty ands The order which has caused the roast of beef, a properly turned loin H. FAIRCHILD, II a .G. W. & CO niG. W. & CO Ea '!I '

l% comment is that all owners of pdoperty of mutton, and even the deadly
and the "
we suggest urge UP no us TEX EH tW
nature's nerve food and on the naval reservation who are broiled lobster is! not altogether ig
"
1'ame's Celelry Compound, non-residents must dispose of their nored. 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. ::! GREEN WATSON & CO. t ;'
in the world that
medicine The poiat here is that a vigorousold 'a"Qet Work and Refinishing Furniture a ,

"i its value as a builder of holdings before the second week; in age depends upon good digestionand Specialty. ,
-m. a bracer of weak and 1
".-r\es, a never-failing blood i July, or same will be confiscated by plenty of wholesome food and Pboue 4O >. I See Our Display of $: 'i'

ai .1 1 enricher. Paine's Col- the government. not upon dieting and an endeavor to I ( Q
md has made tens of live upon bran crackers WHITE (5
R. K.
well and strong; it has I In L'xplaimg why this order was issued There is a certain ch=i s of food I ...New and Stylish Fabrics... ).

.led ones from the grave I Admiral Wise said to The I cranks who seem to believe that Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler ,c ij r
thing else\ has failed. No i I 1I For Early Spring Wear. .. .r. < IIKJ so quickly fortifies 'News that it only pertained to those I meat, coffee and many other good and Graduate Optician, I .

and women; it gives them I who are living in other parts of the things are rank poisons, but these 11 South Palates ..., PfnsMoli' FUtfie i I IlJudng's $
i. alth that makes life a cadaverous, sickly looking individuals i SILKS IN THE SNAPPY AND NEWEST EFFECTS. Q
I i country and renting out dwellings at -.
are a walking condemnation of c Louisine.PeaudeSieneCrepe tielbineLihertiecl'tn (Foulard"",Kic O 1'
..-- -- -- tho navy yard. The admiral inferred their own theories. ; :Best for 5c : .

DIAMOND DYES that the department did not take The matter in a nutshell is that ifi I Ii DRESS GOODS IN THE LIGHT AIRY EFFECTS. '>

kindly to the !idea of persons owning i i the stomach secretes the natural digestive i I i
!, B.n.-cinllv tol' Tit\; IIUMF i We are the only furniture '' Volt, Klernilnc, Minstrel Lonydowns. Kit '
wit for to I1OMK TiniWf KcONuMY.any bicg loch and property' on the reservation, absolutely -I juices in sulHsient quantity dealers in the city who carI I
j wholesome food will be
properly f
irecliuu book and 4."i any I
"miJ"111,1.new.. (rte. 1)1 \MO.Mi beta; free of all taxation and charging 1 ;! digested ; if the stomach docs net do ry a compltte line of china WASTINCS.Madras.

tua, Vt. .I the employes of the navy yard : so, and certain foods cause distress cases and sideboards. We ,
--P I I .Oxford", Plain. I-"i ur".1. Striped and liainiue KITeeU.
-- -- -- -, j high rent, in some instances increas- one or two of !Stuart's Dyspepsia .I sell them fur cash or on Ofr

the rents when work brisk Tablets after each: meal will remove payments. Marston $
WEATHER RECORD ;I lug was I all difficulty because: they supply easy CRASS LINENS IN DAINTY AND ORICINAL DESIGNS.

FOR 23 YEARS, in the navy yard. Quina. .
just what every weak stomach lack, -- -- -
One person served with one of the acid diastase how New Lm-es. Trlmtninp, frO
1 j pepsin, hydro-chloric Hot Chocolate with DURISOTHEIUNI"tiWEEKwewill
I rk UtllIl Klft: >eU \l'e have bad the Il
following data, covering a pet I above notices said that it was no I II land uux.i Whipped Cream at Solomon's. \J Ylea.ureofbbowmse .

I 2'5: years, has been compiledthe ]l\I\ more nor less than an attempt on the !i Stuart's dyspepsia Tablets do not sec Mm i> Display for a Few Very Geed Ife 1
| act the bowels and in fact are
Weather Uureau, giving th part of the commander to show his upon
I not strictly a medicine, as they act CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S fj l
her conditions for March dur authority. They do not like it one
I almost the food eaten,
entirely upon No. 30 !South Palafox street for your
that period. bit but said they will of course follow ] I digesting it thoroughly and thus electrical work. He is prepared to GREEN, WATSON & CO. t$ .

he normal temperature was Ct 0( out the orders. I gives a much needed rest and giving do flrst-cla at moderate fiL I
a job
,'ess. The warmest month waiif s I an appetite for the next meal. prices.you Phone 203. .". G. W. & CO -G. w. & co -.

18S7, with an average of Oil;; Humors of all kinds are prolific ol f'I I Of people who travel nine out of -- St
__ ,
.
debt month was that of 1&S3:;, worse troubles. They may be entirely ten use Stuart's Dyspepsir. Tablets, A Cure For Lumbago.W.C.Williamsof n

average of 33.: The highesiro t expelled by a thorough knowing them to be perfectly safe to Amherst Va., D. HALE WILSON,

was S3, on March 2'J: course of Hood's Sarsaparilla. use at any time and also having says: "For more than a year I suffered -

lowest was 23:;, on March 2 found out by experience that they from lumbago. I finally tried

MILITARY LAND WARRANTS. [ are a safeguard against indigestion Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it Real Estate and Rental Agent

rage rainfall: for th<-> 1 i' in any form, and eating as they gave me entire relief, which nil ,

lM- -n iiJ 07 Inches. ThE I II I I have to, at all hours and all kinds-of other remedies had failed to do." 1a': ; Sultth I'alafox Street, .
PAID whohas
that of 13.37 Inches ir 00 persons whether telling I buy : i' food, the traveling public for years Sold by all druggists and medicine t
one ornot.
TELEPHONE rO 241.
leas never been an)"' It. h.. i have pinned their faith to Stuart's dealers. I PENSACOLA, FLORIDA

March. 1ON Kar,,KF.LLHY.Mo.., 'Tablets. I ,

i' All drug its sell them at X) ants I
duds have averaged < Hot French Waffles with

',\'cst, and the highest;; for:' full !,;z- d packages and any druggist Florida Cane Syrup at II. G. DeSfln & Goa'i'

"a" 34 miles from the GENERAL ;, (nut Maine to ilifornii, if his Solomon'sThe
-- -----
trch 2J; 1SW1.: : opinion was Hiked, will say that -
finest line of sterling silver Manufacturer" and Dealers In
| .Stuart's Dyspepsia: Tablets is the
I II cods* and silver novelties is to be t # r
i J. B. GORDON I most popular; ut.d successful remedy
w -4. d?r your sproads tot I fur stomach trouble. foandatJ. I. Htephena'. Prices to Sash, Doors, Blinds, 'l

aul make them loo please all.TJ'"e A r

ik w >.,ir Laundry.: I !:..e.lprd an .\\\ 1'1\1 I'aic. Shingles, iBuilders'
VERY SICKI have just received our
Mtlbourn Fla.
Mr. Hairpins ,
S
,
i 1903 line of Heywood Go- '
SENT BOND FOROFFICIAL I writes: "My doctor told me I had Materials
j
I
I
:
I, ''Confumptioii and nutl.iug could be Carts with all the latest im ;.

APPROVAL I DISTINGUISHED LECTURER I: done for me. I was given up to die. provements. Call and see Brick and Lime. : -1 j'Tolor :

j I SOLDIER AND STATESMAN SUDDENLY -I The offer of a tree 11 ftil! bottle of Dr.Ring's them; they are beautiesMarston .1.: I'.
11011o TCTo. XX.
I | New Discovery for Consumption uina.
9'
.STRICKEN ON A TRAIN :

; induced me to try it. H ults I __ ___ ___
l' W Torn'! H. 'e*- i
Xorthup YESTERDAY
i I} were startling. I am now on the
.SPECIAL SALE. :
t. bond off I .. .. ', .
ie necessary -- road to recovery and owe all to Dr.King's A. C. BINKLEY desires his friends .. .
I
: -"tit -une to Washington ,' It :
... New Discovery. surely and the public to know that ie has -AT- S 1 y.
f r ii i :u provaL Pending then I General J. 15. Gordon the distinguished saved life." This great cure is -
I my
Moved to Room DOS, Thie en building
n plI..tltnstf-r'" cllm1 : Confederate soldier, was takcnseriously guaranteed for all throat and lung
:, where he will continue as here-
( M Muon will rp- ill on a train yesterday at diseases by W. A. D'Alemberte, 121
tofore, a general law practice
-" of the ollict The Jackson Miss. The following press ;j South Palafox street. Price oOc and BRAWNER'S'To
-- --
-
0\ "- xl..ctP.t to uuaiei [ dispatch: is concerning him: 1.00. Trial bottle free.

; x< tliurt lIar.A j Jackson Miss., IVb. :27.! -CleneralJ. -- --
OPEN !
NOW
!115. Cordon: will leave for his home DO YOU KNOW make room for my Immense Stock of Spring t

; Atlanta tomorrow if his present im- :;'i

I Ilirou-ment continues.I I I BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. have Goods which i* now Arriving Daily. \ it.
,
CITY i a large stock of dressed studdingand :
j I General (Jordonlio is commander DffWIING II Iff f ti.I :
: Oet their prices bf"re .
!sill chief of the United Confederate joist .
I buying. _dl6lmj ] [ 3UM)' yards of I doz rNI'4 All Wool Red Under- i "'
ill I
''Veteransas taken desperately ,
EDITOR : i n Bleached: ) / worth ilhpecial75c|. ; ; drawers .;
Sots a train between Clinton and this Hot French Waffles with link room, HI 11:, I t 111:
I
No 11 WERt t Inter eTIci1 st"ell.
e .
j
I city last night.i M''Florid". Cane Syrup at j :star:) yards Fitch i ?*' ady-to-Wfir Riiny- :\tr\\

-- i i lie lectured at Clinton last night Solomon's. Opposite Jas. Mcllugh's. i Domestic, worth I :-kirt1. worth JIM, special sale : .j ,
I 'it 'i'c"ard.. eich. ".'
r*'r'*':'tK njsc.-isc nnd DiabetesCurable. Jand: was coniplainiiiS of illness when I 1, I 2-JiM'( yard* L vt-' IilieReadytoWeir Rainy- : \\1';;'

he loll there. ---,-_.- -<-,- ------ .- .. : > bkirt, jMjiranti'f-d all wool, f-'j
Beached! Dmi
\" : _. ,, -
I".ithd --- -- -
,) -- Sl, TJfei.il File $i.H each. .t il.
Jackson was reached he i .
I Before mike room at p t'4!
""S< fi firhi I ( I Idie.,' Black;\ and Colored ;
i was taken worse and when the train & 1011)0; yards 4 I !! tptl Mitts, worth W : fJ
I rr I @ ;; Monday's (1 special ,
:i arrived here he was taken off on a mstir, worth Oc, :: (.it e?ch. ; ,

f i n who incorporated tie ':stretcher anJ carried to the ': \\ <'nee iiIC ywl. I 1. ,ellf--.' lllark: T'linreiland Fij-; :
sli-d &bt-Y"lIt them to r, / cj 10Jyail-:04: ( d .hirts.. w'rth J2 60 to &5, special 1 .'i t
ases.. Hearing. that It 1 hotel. in.. wtii' L lie. to !; I' nut toJtI-i; Pilch. ,: : +;
d., U pi V' "-I'tor of The St.Witetasaery hat I He complained of pain in his 1 b"". i I,; a ( V Iwiipte' o \Value ;i, yard h'M I rtoz >|lpfl'J All Wool Camel' I 'ff'f

\l i hd ffUHt'Il'Af ''and had several spells of sixoie int. IIu y r f I- !to I [ i9h I II I Undpr-Itlrt", Wf"'h U 1 lit). ?peo- J-
'1'" ",' ,.:I"m.'r..m ; nJw e'tii:, wniih : : i I ; draWH 4 to tratch, in White, > r
I sea. ,," L" 'it n .J.. ; 'I''at t5'.<-y .I 1. i\ and Fawn colors. I
,
'I ."' h: '., ''w." i! Cen Gordon Not Recosnized. .1), J", "."'.. ,".,;.,.':v- tr 'f') f 1 U u" 7",0." .. 1- Hit i I I d .z. B! .'y'. and Girl;' Ribbed 4*., 'f
,
01 :1. ':.sift On account of the hotel 1 Ix-ing o\er- j \1SSSH5H5E5 HEELS SSSEHSZ.1"S& a ii I "' ho-tu. w,rtu ? :| 'IMCfo,1 Lined rnderhiits at r. I 1-
'! i I ; drtu-pr* to mirph. t,
.. I __ "_ tt :!fJ' y..rd.i1'm'"nh'. i ;:-
;
:'', std in crow Jed he was left seated in the ro- \ II. i, uoz. H'>y'-j and (Orl' Oray air i /
:1 >'L: tip r WP ,
\. '. ot the tanUa.I I Ail Wool Under'urU at 50c ;
.Lt! ILO' nott-d I. : "ST. GAUL"Embroideries .# : P.'ijl'm} :-. \ : : vT* to m.ttch. ; *'
.. I NJ knew him but when be rE'oi 4
h! .1 that I "a u. c one r i ')rie- i ''11: cvr carry: :i full line of Ladle=', ,
'} ;;"!iy"troil physi-nu' COU! .IHUh.1 Inhl ,me i, covered from the worst of the attack 1 To( d"Z '.1..!, li'. ; '* 'IIIIi Roy's aril Ulr ,,' bh(.en

.1-n.i- li p.- .u-f n .ant he sold them who lie was. 'I\I"I,i I'.iil: -I-', ; ; WI i>,iti -jve jou iir n im.I .
HITLIUUS fail-n i I IT f. r. 'tI n. It.: i I .. .ntbt< r-W" a full line '
hotel! obtainedfor << e'.rry tl
iliaD; 'j'J in -'iort tina', i' .\ room in the was M i iI' ,
'a i hi south a Nan Fran- Insertings. j fit) ,!"7. :V.i r ( i| )'" (--lo'.lun-: .>n"t at &)o on ,
tiled, Uioo| niTmifc, ami : him immediately. Physicians were'summoned : I df-rsliirn, wur-h ; !, We will clo-e them out at i '
'omp.\J. .. ; ihat It w.iin > and found that he was suffering ,1r.twl-r I.) mi ''- i I Ii price ntr other merchants. '' t
.
fl1' 1.'.. .. .;. anti Uf .>d ( : .
sneer. prutr.t. I v.>n ; from acute imllcestion.!:; I' I i "11
sl''( icturtiftl, and in I !
p a
y. .!totter im health hrath! I than now I weigh havdI ; I For a time he was considerable considered uneasiness a' THE YARD ; We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress } t
and!
1 :Naturally I 101.1t'fal! very sick man 5c 5c t
,
". 'instance. tct-y had the bt'rn resultsre suffi-nnij. I I was felt. He was much better I :' Good at New York Wholesale Prices. I {

'J, ought to Luo.Ibot this morning. WORTH 81-3 AND 10. .

e .'..it': lat urabl-. I will, aDd In- "Flail arpnfortune. ICS --, A law number of Confederate o :: Yard Yard Lr AGENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS. '
to interested partie. texpress ; t
"I.oM.WuoD" trans have called during the day -- -- (

He to be Remmb> r li! FI:cP tn
expects
j sympathy.
.,. Mi Before O[,rci cr ijjn&cbel.( ; F. E. BRAWNER
I. :.".. tbat,. Rrlehfs bmar! able to resume his journey tomorrow. Cecil>! Values ( ; ..f l
!\h but >7 !'f'f ci-nt. a-<
under the Fulton Com ''a.+ this afternoon it is announced! bj 1 I ,
t. rra" if k'dnry compl-i '11 i| [SEE SHOW /.. y ;
r ru short resl-t,n<,.. ]I 3 I the doctors thct General Gordon i.- ; .... 105 S. Palafoz St a
-''t', D'.stasp: and 11 l.:"i '7':i much be'ter.i ""...PSX..XNXNkX VNX XNXXX X, -i..-*,..,..*- -
'
IS .1. Jobs J. Fulton ( 0.
e. ".', :Mu I't 'trl.m..d! i lie will pro to his home in Georgia /
L .,. !etc nude for pat.euu. & B. FORBES. \ Uromo ninths i
t C.itcd ;TlII.. r_ j tomorrow to rest up. Many telegram in; W. J. Laxative mf mtmmm ODewryCUn.CoI4"DI

\ \: NAII I Blm .. : have been received this mcriiiag
),Crpu 2 Days'Dtly ... aScTHE
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r THE DAILY NEWS PENBACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 83,1803

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WOMAN AND FASHION I II I -



Foi dress The and White evening Rat.wear nothingIs Uncle Sam says it's
v
vllws
more beautiful or milieu than the

0f 1 all white hats. All sorts of materinl- all

(chiffon lace, velvet and bl'a\'er-are right

used in constructing these hats' and it

Is an odd one that is not tl'lmml'l1ro"rlth Uncle Sam In the person of ten of his government offlclals.! Is always!In rhl f*cf
department of our distillery. Dunce the entire process;of distillation after th t er.rp
'111"1 la stored in barrels in our warehouses during the seven years it remains there fi
met ,. .." L' III very train we buy to the whiskey you get, Uncle Sam Is constantly on the watr \\
.1'- ..''c 11".1,0',1 not take a gallon of our own whNkey from our own warehouse unless he savs It
4 / -' \ '-. .' Andwhen he does say so.that whiskey goes direct to you with all its original sire-:
e ti. ,r' 1"f ("i; ...' ;, "' 01, cess and flavor, carrying UNITED STATES REGISTERED Dls>TILLEK'S (WA 1.J\X.
TEE of PURITY; and AGE and saving the dealers'
/ .lZ enormous frontThau
fer ; ( ;fd11 "lll"I.f \ '' EAYXEK WHISKEY Is the best for medicinal purposes. That s why it is rrefem t. ,
( + ) .; I ') other uses That's why we have over a quarter of a million satisfied customers. !tit:5:
!\\1r. ...: rt.L why YOU should fry it Your money back it lou're not saUsfled.
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v I',' 111.' Ii. Direct from our distillery to YOU
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.. .. .. "' 'Z'P'.'....' ,It:,:. ...... \ fIr PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE
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,Y".? ; ...j.;. -1:>,- 'fI FULL $
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: ;1. \1: :1 \--' ., I 4 20 EXPRESS
1r1\cI': y1tn- fl i\ [ <;< ,I' it'p"y .' '
\ -t-! I JIlt'TIITL ASD MODISH.o QUARTS 0 PREPAID

:trifh )>Ium's. In this illustration Is
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\ '_ ,4 C r.' j .hown one of the prettiest and newest
-: l << We will send you FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES of HAYXFR'S PEVEM-
: Irf'Gti1V;;>>;;;;. : ,.,. jI designs! in the all wliit hat. It is a YEAR- LIJ KYB forH.20andaewillpaytheexpresscharges. Try it and
t ( rJ t l'-'tfj. r; r ': round shape of white louver, bound u you don't End It all right and as good as you ever used or can buy from '
: ; I. ( 1. anybody else at any price, send it back atour expend and your vine will be
...../ Ji2 ...1--: .._ t.tV .1" ) j;around the edu'e with white satin and returned to you by next mail. Just think that offer over. How could it be
\:;,; i I f-imply triiaimnl with a large l>ow of fairer! If you are not perfectly satisfied you are not out a c'nt. ISetter let
t"r us send you a trial order. If you don't want four quart* yourself, pet amend J r
; #' \ Lt'awhilt' satin rililwm. Two white to join you We sip in a plain sealed case, no marks: to bow what's
4. from tinder the bow and iniidc.
1
"am << --ty'q r.p'l; q t:1l art'' : : plumes come orders for Ariz.,CaL Col.. Idaho Mont.Xev.. V.MPT., Ore.,Ctan.Wach.
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fall gracefully on \ !I.11:JtJ! :fdK.iJJ tPJil.J/ffi S--i: 1g. I 1'repaid or :!O Quartet for Mld.,ej by Freight Prepaid.

I :Modish. Note Paper.In Write our nearest once! and do it NOW. '

note paper there scorns to be a
The wml.-rful leaver flf Lydia I'. Pinvhir.i'> y<-:<-tro ('('::. >
timd: is not KM-UU, it i i.< stimulant,,-not ivr..,<.- i: ia: v '":. .i\ .'. i itit! :Mniply U-('.iu>e it is the nio twonderful which always sucsvst( : the "Pl'i GA. DAYTON OHIO ST. LOUIS Ha ST. PAUL, MM.

tilde allll" -I'OIl.t1'lIttol"l'\'rli'ln"'I'fllU: l act di.! .. i .' ::1 llu; ? whole uterine :system: losithelyC'LlIIN'lt ] i tite bli-us" of the'French telegraphic! 133: DISTILLBBT. TROT 0. ESTABLISHED 1S66

l'-riNO: aii'l iv-luiiiiJj lu uUli a.il; 1t\- :. sen-ice. Due may now have an envelope -

JlarvelciiN Cures are iei>oitril( iVoin all p:t.' If t'n: > <'<'"'r.rv j,\' v.nmen who have peen cured, trained that strftthes out Into a sheet of :

nurses who IIn'erit1l''iol'cl cures, and ])!ivxicLHho lid'\ .- ivr.,niiml the \irtno in Ljdia E. paper or a card that folds double and

I'inkliam's VejfetaUe Conii oizinl and are l'. ir eiiougli ta :give credithere: it ii duo. forms an envelope when one is readyto

mail it or any one of a dozen similar ,
One of Many Women Cured by Lydia G. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, contrivances. They have advantages WICKE & CO.

and disadvantages One of the ;
Without Submitting to Operation Writes : -
an
latter Is that the recipient of the note
- -Il "!)EAI: )JRS. PINKIIAM-I was a great sufferer! for three years, had: some of the leading: physicians, usually opens it at the wrong end and I Plumber Gas and Steam fitter

and they all !'a nothing but an on-ratioa would cure me, but to that I would not submit. thus tears the written sheet In two. |i t, ,

?r UI picked up a 1 Ip<'r and saw your advertisement anlm\tlc up my mind to try your medicine. I Gray, white and blue paper are In favor -

had falling and intlainiuation. of the Womb and a flow of \\hitts all the time, pains across small of back, at the moment, and gray organdie: No. i South Palafox ;street

severe headache, diluot know what it was to l loe without a pain or an ache until I used your medicine. with monogram In silver and white, is ,
.After three months' UM of it, I felt like a new woman. I still sound the 111'3i.e of Ljdiu E. 1'inkhuni's the smartest of the three. Large sheets All Kinds 04 Plumbing and Gas Fittings Matoriala Kept on Hard

Vegetable (mpoUllll.nh )\')i..L COWAN, 1?04 Iijinbridgo! >t., Philadelphia, 1'a. and long envelopes are still a la mode, TELEPHONE 'S'JJ1'i".HYI.A' nA.F .

and the square card-"pour un mot"
tti A Graduate Nurse, Convinced by Cures, Endorses Lydia E. Pinkham's and big envelope are also in demand '

'' ; She Writes after a rather prolonged banishment SAMUEL
y I w Vegetable Compound. : : CHARLES,

' "IE\n alt:,. 1'1SKIIUI-illi3t'ril1': : < t.) the sick I have had: numerous chances to compare Lydia .. i
and rietnrenqne.
Quaint
l I?. v.iili oih.'r medicines ii ra.cof diseases of and the :
; i'inkh.taiegetattle Compound : women, I rull skirts and very bouffant sleeves' BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
l Ls l liUuilH'i'; of 2: r.nrs n'I'ol'llt'll111:1'1.' jour iiedkine was: 1I"l'lll'\I-l\illl'l'(11:1l' that it is the safest and surest seem to be assured features of the coming 1

r iitedicine for n sick woman. Doctors> ; ; n-n.tinly; : hl1-t know the value of Ljdi.i 13. IMiikliam's Vegetable fashions toirether with sashes and Q .L REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

? C'oinpoiiud. I am on\iiifed that y'\u 11"t.1'tht' l'll'lllill'el'ol'l, you have lIIalh.- Yours very truly,
fancy: belts. We are to be as quaint 'P Wholesale and Retail>e IH in t Shoes, Leather ft r ',
: iri 31i!I:>. I'ATiiKKixE: :' \CKMI.V, 7CJ lieauhieii >t., Detmil l, .Midi.:' ((.Graduate Nurse and 1'resideiit Detioit and picturesque as possible! with some I ..1:5iJ1
}411lC1'I'UCr; .\"SllllltlJII.) '1'110\1': BU. if7 SOnif Piiia1FOTftFFr.: .
of the old time touches on costumes.

'xJ1 J1 ;rc Many Physicians Admit that no Medicine Known to the Profession Equals Sashes with fringed: ends are shown
aa I again; among some of the early frocksof J. E. DUJJUISSOX ?? BROTHER
; Lydia; E. Pinkham's Compound for the Cure Woman's Ills, linen and are of gauze ribbon, hand ,

and We are Permitted to Publish the Following I painted or of china ribbon with silk ':OKXKU TAllKVGONA lST1.\iHM't.\ !',TItFKT: !'+.
;
; fringes sewed on. One of the new fashions !

+ "DEAR MRS. PINKHAM-It gives me great pleasure to state that I have found Lydia I'. Pinkliam's is to carry the ribbon twice around ] Dealers in

Vegetable ('rescrilied! it'for female difficulties."My the waist and knot It low on one side or !

oldest) daughter found it very U-iietiu.il for uterine trouble f;ome two years ago: and youngest directly in front I! *g Choice Staple and Family Groceries, &

:+ daughter i is using; it for fl'lIlaltWaklh"s., and as a tonic, and is .ohm I)" but surely gaining strength; and health. II I
I advoc.uo it reliable in all disorders which to. and give it I' Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They pre too trnny to enumerate
fJ. J freely as a nit I-t sivcilic women an'ultjel't: A few Idea For Cloth Gown. i
and are Warranted to be the Beet the Market Afford and can bt
! honest endorsement. Vuurs wry tmly, :JVVKUI C. JIKIOHAM: )1.1I, Brigham: Park, Fitchburg, bss. Perhaps the newest !Idea of the moment i I Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given Uo During the

. nJtM I is to have cloth gowns veiled with Holiday and will Deliver Free to I'art of the City.
Tf jihysii-i i ins dared to 1 h frank and f>i.'n, hundreds of them would acknowledge that they constantly chiffon and trimmed with fur-for example I any

f rres'nlJ1.'Ilia i:. IMiiKlianiN Vegetable<< Coinixuiml in severe eases t'f female ills, as they know I,yexiwrienye a soft brown with a bluish I!I! COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION:

t : that it can 1*' relied upon to effect a cure. bloom on It veiled with chiffon the exact -
1 :
I f t Woivi who are troubled with painful or irn-pil.ir mcn"tru\ti"n.la.kH.h.: ", bloatinaf (or flatulence), color of the moleskin which trimmedIt P.O. Box 326. J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.,

'?1 )ipncprrh-JM, f.illiii! ;, iiiiliinmation! or ulceration of the uterus.\'arilu troubles, that "l''arillg-- Iown" feeling, the upper skirt of diaphanous material PHONE 66.
1.4 )51i liziiess: f.lintuIllall' 1'-tltm. nervous ]mist rat ion or the blues. hould take immediate action to ward oil gathered to fit closely to the hips FnD1i1y Oroooi-"*.

, : thtj serious con eiMienc"'s, ;and InMe..; ored to "'rft: health and strength by taking; I.> dia I'. IMnkliain'sVget.itiIe : and then springing away and wideningout J

"' -to \ Compound. ;md then wiite to Mr.! rinkh.im, Lynn, Mass., for further free advnr.o hymgtirL. i nt the feet lini.slwil off with strait >-

: liersou has ha.l shah a fact and suecvssfiil c\l; T5.eiKV! in treating female ills. ;:'hc has guided thousands to t plncs of the fur. the bodice softly
t4j; 8t t Ilea it h T'19 r,' cat tr.n.i.,.. u.?mn., In..I.1 ....1. f"'. nn.l f.,i I/l11' ban ."Il'i;(." draped with collar of .A l.\LM A.

. __u_ __u __ __ --. : a picturesque v.eryStCCESSOR
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l.milk 4 irnuFti.: ecru lace and velvet the bolero entirelyof
id, Parts fp to Dale. 1 I'lren InCa Itedro9m'. moleskin must charmingly fashioned -
I tifel 'f a'li'.eil] to ;
A t
I II 'apll | < *"" > a ( TO AVKKY: t WOOI.KOLK.) )
I
-inart of L
I i I I i-l.'j'.ns. tl.> dirtiest Iarp.| Dry quickly| fh'I'Jlin rooms. They give a !stuffy ton. Star.Foley's. IMPORTER A .*rD JOBBER OF
clo.;e fwllng which is most unpleasant
wa-liin be maJis.tfi -
aft>-r I.ampt to
I. rl end t'.lhsl; w hilc nil open fireplace vnt-oura-es ventilation Hon?y and Tar HARDWARE.
: tiiu-t <' -:111. dry to
II Ii : within! sin in.-It! of tin- top Ni'\t'r iit- awl thus makes the air pure cures colds. prevents pneumonia :I
i and fresh wad, 1 is most aum-alile. rllllIln'n's -
SIt t' iiiju to li;.l't a.h.ilf! fiiipty J.ui.i a ;Jii--li Iron, Nails Axes.' Hhovf'w! Mill and \ tOurplies
I L.s !1"1'11 in for tiusi'; Tlu slccpinj nxnns ire better Without MEAT & MALT has a marvelous ,
1 I < hut INC ill : Cookiu< and H- ."r :stoves, Paint, Oils
1 ua ?r;. Ist i sji.uv in lire ro-si'i'voir! often lt'I'OlIJt' fires at nl,;ht, tmh-ss the veatluTIs dietetic value. While refreshing; and Window Glass. Onus, Pii.i 1e BII 1 Fishing Tackle

r.llt'il: with an .I.u.lH'| :;..is.Ivilrlirn coM or early very not lamp.just before They should bedtime.Ill'llhted pleasant to take it htlps assimilation Agate and Tiit are aim \Ie\ ':.iti'nnmhl\i:% Goods.WTAOENr3FOR .

of fond. Hold by
I.ctnt Knifr.A KISSER BRO BIRMINGHAM KoLLINO MILL COMPANV-OTJ
fain. tI.'\i'lh'! >t.vl l knilV i I.. onof :Mark on Tit hll'''. Revere Oiant Stitched Beltinjr, Northampton Emery

tl.o uin..;t iN 'lul of kitchen utensils. The liest way to remove marks made Wh"I 't.. L tin &; Rind Powder Co., Johll- on'd Ktlinni -

This can 1..- UMf4>r winy ii'in'osi-i. l>y hot water ju:rs on iMilished trays or *) "-, Iron Kini and Huck Stoves and Ringes, Win
{ CURES
!j fur IiNisfiiinx: cakes from the tin, for tables I Is to mal a thin! paste of salad I REMAUlABLE Cows tX Co:s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's
oil and salt and leave it on the mark!: or Made Railroad Colors.
14lIi I rakes, a\'r.il!;
  • lu's <.I' cuttligd I
    ; ,'lkal,' l'alil' an'' l'u.llillJ:" whose ring for an hour. Then polish with a -- :Masonic Temple # Pensacola, Yin.
    dry cloth arid the mark will Lave dis
    i : itnosniiM; l I..' unite ruined byusing
    a heavy lull kuifo.I appeared. i Arc Mi Made Daily Free cl

    + pt 1 I HeWitt'Itch Hazel Salve. TIME TABLE.
    Old _. !the Bed Cross I
    I I M >oJ.iic The only positive cure for blind, Clare liy Physician I
    Old \v K>lfii st LOUISVILLE RAILROAD.
    I; squan-s m..!. with a covering: of noi bleeding and itching and protruding Vbo art Ui at Illicit
    i IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. loll(
    i tonne ur stuff will form useful iron pile, cuts, burns, bruises, ecze-

    a ; 1 ll.lth'r". The Ices of two ttockinsout ma and all abrasions! of the skin. Ctoe stiejt-Senices for Three 1, Now Orleans and Mobile.

    'I"'III I and joited together will answer DeWitt's is the only Witch Hazel
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    l'U111'Js-.yt a hoube tiauuel. Salve that is made from the pure, Months are Giycn Free to All In- i -
    ; So.8. So.4.tM So.!. I No.8. No.O.
    unadulterated witch hazel-all other 7:15. UI 11:06 Leave.Penl.coJaArrlve fi'n '
    letter than Golil.I m p a 9:00 p
    = are counterfeit! *. DeWitt's Witch yalifls Ibo Call Opoi Item EeI 8..VJ; a p lfrl.. I L..n._. Klomatoa.., Leave fX> 8 l I NO'I.\: \ T(3!( D
    I "I was troubled for several years! Hazel Halve i is made to cure-counterfeits lluu: a 4r: p 2Jn:: a I Leave_. :Mobile uu.L..ve IMMo't 6uo p
    N:9ap: T:80 a Leave _N.w IIrll''DII.. Leave -11 p I _
    I I! with chronic indigestion and nervous are made to pell. Harris fire larch 21 -
    ; Pharmacy John
    UK' Sheppard, Sidney
    North.
    r debility, writes F. J. Green, of Kahn. I

    Lancaster, N.H. "No remedy helped
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    ; me until I began u.lngElectric Bitters I A stet of eminent pbyilrlan wad curl So ,. SII .. So.1 No I.
    E. W. PEAKE, l SMIDS from the iced Cro 4 1.hl'slln.lItute 11:05 P m nl p m. Leave ,_ Pen acol..__A rrln ':00 pm 6:00 a 01
    which did me more good than No. 30 laa\'e. at thenrneut solicitation of a large 8H..m 8:51p 01 Arrive_ t lootiom..ry _1A-a1'8 11lIlam 8lt.ipm
    Houth Palafox
    street keep? i
    all the medicine I ever ued.;: They i number of patients under tbf ir care In this l1:5s .m eppm -\rrlvelSlrmlnllhamLuve s3..m: :06pll1
    # t I call bells wires and all kinds of country, Ktaliliilied a porniMQenl branch 1'Xi pm'' 810. 01 Arrlve._ "libvllIlI .L".ve __ .
    have also kept my wife in excellent electrical supplies. Have him do of the Ia titute In this city at %::JIa 01 ...Jjl3.. m Arrive __LlJuhvUle _Leave 9:15 p m 1:65 a m
    health: for years. She say Electric I !, 1:'O..m 11iVam: Arrive _Clnclnnatl_Leav, 6'r) p m 11:15pOl
    1 Tailor suit' ct blue canvas, with Hitters are just epipndiii for I your work. Call phone 203. III 1 Nest Chase Street. T:20am: Iapm) Ann'" -.- .+rt.lMota..Leav.. 4t15pm -:66pm

    stitching in white; collar: and roversof female trouble*; that thev are a I.
    The eminent I gentlemen have decided to PENdACOLA AND RIVER JUNCl'ION.o.
    Cleaning ladies skirts and waists .
    tonic and inviuorator for weak,
    while doth. grand give their & mce* entirely free fur tbreemonths
    --- -- -- run down women. No other medicine \ is one of o .r specialties. Star Laun (medicine rxeeptud) to all Invalids 1-0.:11 No. -IJ..Uy i OOItOP where time Dot Ibo1fD o. 2-IJ..lly No. n-1Ja J
    Can take its place in our family. dry. "bo call upou them for treatment -
    NASAL CATARRH quickly yieldsto : ." Try them. Only We. Siti"faction I' 11.5 pm TAO a m ''Le..ve_ Pl'IIl..cola.Arrln 10:50 pm 8:110 p o.
    Itiltn Hot Rolls Between Now and> March 21. Ulb night 1:18" Roht mla_ 10H1" .:04'
    treatment by Ely's Cream ," guaranteed by W. A. D'Alem- I at 5 p m.. lOo nO": 1:1'1" Ynreetra 10:84" 11:61
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    which I is agreeably! aromatic. It h berle, 121 South Ptlafoetreet. doz. at Solomon's.50PIECE These B >rvlc >i consist not only of consultation I 11:23" 7:19 -Eseambla. JOJli" 67
    nostrils a ,examination and but __ .
    received through the j advice also! : U.SS" 7'S Mulct 10tI.: 6.aS
    cleanses and heal the wh..le surface, i -- of minor surgical operations. ,, n:39": 7Jt":: ___ H..rp ._ 101 6:611
    The object in pursuing this course 1'.00" 1:15": _(ialtClty.-- 10:16 6:1
    over which it dtfu! cit=df. Arem- ii to become rapidly and personally acquainted 11:511" 7Sa" --- )fUton 10JU ban:
    edy for nasal catarr w !lIch i is drying DINNER SET with the sick and atrtctf-d.and under I 1:11I" m ._.. _Oooc11tan,._ .:1A '
    or excitinjj to tl e .li.-e.ised mem: FREE no canditloas will any charge whatever I IM" 8:15" __ Holtt-__ of : .:H:5
    be made for any cervices rendered for three %:10" 8.M __ MlIlIlan __ .1 8JJ: I UI: '
    should be used. Cream
    not
    brane Wonderful ln.inmn.mt to sell oar CWM Bakli*_tete months to all who call before March 2Ui IBS" 8X8 ".. _.Crestvtew_ 8.11 I 49A '
    Balm I is recogiiized as a specific,. Ever,pun-baarof a pound ran of t'... B.Ll. .. The doctors treat all forms of disease and 1:00" 8.M _Deer Lanc1 8:04 i i'Is '
    und.-r ow Plan S 0.K"01 rwaTMhls lautiJal Water sets mIiJt. deformities, and guarantee. cure in every 1:2:11": 8:18 __ Head '
    50 Mosey _
    Price cents at druggists; : or by mail,, Inn of 3atebrantagIaw..fullitrefeee, Lateatmtglt.e ta- 8:40: : 1:14
    : the? undertake. At tbo first Interview "
    case
    ,. .... ::08" 81 .DeFnnlaktlpriaga. 8:111 I fie
    A cold in the head immediately: I. ketnatlrrthsN.t..I e'tl venatmtmeyfreetoeverr
    thorough elimination U made. and. ':111" 8U _._ 7 .
    furchaser i'f hoa.4.oId artirl as ownheii by our Pena .rgyl. :" Ill
    appears when cream balm Ii ned. .oev.re lA,1y ho kLi>fonnM'n crnoaof... BaLlun.ter .. e. II incurable you are frankly and kindly told .:.0' 5:67 .Ponce 1. LeoIL7:28 1:11
    Ely Brothers, 50 Warren street, X(;w .. rlAn>.aiwllk UcU4. et trt. .terh. p..eS'.handlum.l'dnted ba.i'Ie .o treatment. I 6:08" 10:111 __ C..ryvUl'_ 7:1' L4r
    York l>l rr set fie m 6Plrre T..r.I.tel"fey W.do Male and female weakness, catarrh ,
    aodcatarrh..1 II "
    Loa 10S! ... '
    BonU.y 8:66. 1.57
    n 4 reiiuir any moray la adv&nrew dimply send us your name I
    I : i and a l'CASTOnA. Vo. .IU k ..... ta .re wka, eaa k __ dieease4 of tbe I IIS! J1/f __COUoDCS..le_ ':18" UJJI coon
    pll..9'4 i.a tern k.ar.'work. 't\ will allow yoaiiftten days dutfrthrnods and eoUert the mnon before rectum are positively cured by tbeir newtreatment. : 1':00" J16 .. II II
    Martanns 1:00 1It"
    .....'" 1t9 Alai 900 Ht AIa! 'llf? Tiblea?ing.ui C..e1e...We alIo.targe Clah.,bkIit*aih WeIa&raiumlnuon P", _If..pr.tdftd... la.trav We pay<..aU..L.freight.., '.ftaI.We..&a.eklaa(1alnaal chief. associate i 1:110" 11:45 ".. _Cy rose tilt 1L ti 1mI
    bondl.of otbt-r urfnl and dew tabIeeNcl.yfut telling oar goods. W nit for Plans and full miotmauoo. Their surgeon of the Insti 1tO" J1:51 It _Grand Ridge- 6:32" lI1:
    t1L" SAL OSA .I'PPLIES) O'\T. 117 and 11" Pl... !!treat. Nu ....... JiQtie I tute111 be In personal charge I 1M to UO nOD t. __ Hne..dl ::I" I' sv
    sr \ assure our readers that the Salvona Supplies Company U thoroughly reliable.-fidltor. offices No. 111 Wen; < haie Office Hoars 9i9 11:1. ArrlTeBl.r,. 1IlUot1Lean 1:10" iuL '
    9 a. m, to 7 p. m. !:Sundays a. m. to 1 p.m.






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    THE_DAILY.NEWS PEN8ACOLA' FLORIDA_ ;_SATURDAY/FEBRUARY: 18 t9O3

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    MISS MONIEBOWEYj A CORNER WARDROBE. LAUNDRY LINES. A Man of Meanscan CurseOF 1

    [ I Oae Specially Salted For Home To prevent boiled starch from sour-
    Where Room Space I. Limited.
    No. 38 Perry An ingenious manufacturer has recently ing add a little sulphate of copper.Do ill-afford to be without the .

    not iron black: stockings, as the
    A couple of winters ago I Wine of Cardui makes women evolved the corner wardrobe design heat fades them. Dry them in the pamphlet published by The

    ':filled on a frozen sidewalk more womanly by curing here reproducedvith the idea In Ehade. Mutual Life Insurance ilr
    s.and fellflat( on my back. On their weakness and making mind of meeting the situation where n

    keicg examined I found that P them strong Wine of economy cf pace is the.... thing to beconsidered. Flatirons may be cleaned by rubbing Company of New YorkA DRINKCt'RFD \ i\
    bid sustained internal inju- Cardui cured! : Miss Bowey. In a fiat. for instance, them with powdered bath brick moistened -
    I
    hsahichlaidmeupfotmon As a medicine for all women !Where every inch of space is valuable, with kerosene.A :: Banker's Will." It explains a 1i i

    this: two months. After thatBoticedthatlhadpainsin in every trying period of such n wardrobe might effectuallysolve square of asbestus to rub the iron curious BY
    in the will of
    provision
    I their lives can you think of athe the problem concerning closet on, if kept on the ironing board, will \ iI

    back: and groin doctored which I r better medicine for yourself room for what apartment dweller ever I save the ironing sheet the. President of a National WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. .
    had before. your sister, your daughter
    Clvtr: ... had sufficient closet room? To wash lisle thread hose use tepid tNofrufe
    and doctored for several or your mother ? Can yon Bank in New York City and
    months: but as the pains in- atw now Morey.think of a more acceptable In houses too, where room space Is water, rubbing a little soap on the feet Roodars fan bt yit-tn in glau.J 0\ '

    crcasd: instead of growing present to give your friend limited this contrivance will be found only. Dry quickly and press with a gives the list of securities in raterkaorroj'eewUAuutpatkarrtnorkdge 6. t

    b t lrl devised that f was not having the than a bottle of this medicine which especially advantageous. The ward- warm iron. which the White Ribbon Remedy toil cure or destroy .
    accumulationof
    ia the will her health largest the disen'eil appetite for alcoholic tima- 1
    | / the wonderful cures performed by You are suffering ? Your duty is to woolen material cover the stained part trust funds in the world sinvcste Inebriate, a''tippler" social drinker or '
    Vine of Cardui I wrote to one of the rid yourself of this pain. It your with pin then rub while still covered drunkard. Imoutible tor anyone to bare an : .J. t.
    and received a very satisfactoryr. daughter, mother sister or friend ii The pamphlet sent appetite for altohMic liquor after tiling f-
    t.lrtllS I 1 it with a piece of the same material.To White Ribbon Remedy. '
    I immediately for sick and in need of relief '
    sent is
    and some. ,
    your duty I 31{
    Y color to faded ribbons and free to those who write for it. Indorsed Members of w. i iMre.
    Ia lverf short tune I felt generally better equally great to them. Many women, I i restore by O. T. u. I "

    and a."seven weeks faithful use I wasoace now well, owe their lives ft friends r r the like nothing is better than to wash Moore.pre88 superintendent of Wo t. .,
    more well and strong. I have never who brought them Wine of Cardui. 1 i i.I the materials in good soap lather to This Company ranks men's Christian Temperance Union. Ven'f
    ftnt-In Assets.! tura. California, writes1 have tested
    Iud a sic-:: Hour since and I daily bless Wine of Cardui is adapted to women I II ; which has been added a little pearlash. first-ln Amount Paid Policyholdrn.fint vt bite Ribbon Remedy on very obstinate ,1

    your sly.' J 1.i medicine. at any age in any walk of life. I rI II I,' I i Wheu washing silk stockings use -lu Age. drunkards, nd Ihe cures have been many. ".
    MONIE BOVEY. For the working woman it gives herIDSE I In many cases the Remedy was given se- 'r
    warm water and rinse thoroughly in cretly. I cheerfully recommend and Indorse .
    : OF CARDUI is one medi- strength for her tasks and better several waters. Wring carefully and TilEIUTCAL: LIFE INSURANCE White Ribbon Remedy. Member ol (
    e that should always be kept treatment than a doctor for Very small our Union are leligted to find an economical all
    [ ) band. in every home for im- cost. roll up smoothly in a cloth to dry. Pull COMPANY OF NEW YORK treatment" to aid us In our temperance 1

    use when female weakYour drngrgist will sell you a 11.00 them carefully into shape when dry. KKHARD A. McCtnoY,President.Nassiu i work.

    C--S r.t makes its appearance. Miss bottle of Wine of Cardui. Secure the When white good have turned fellow Druggists by mail tl. Trial packagefree i

    1: t. s painful. and dangerous accident medicine today. Take it in the privacy 1 C H d elAiN : the whole is dipped in kerosene Cedar William & Liberty by writing Mrs. A. M. Townsend (for ,i

    T n't have resulted so seriously of your home. Relief will come to yon __ which is the enemy of yellowness. The Streets NEw YORK N. Y.CBCir. years secretary of a Woman's Christ- "

    bJ ;iiien Wine of Car Jui promptly. as surely as you take it. !, clothes are wet with it, and of course M'II.I.COX Jlanaser.:; I lain Temperance Union), 218 Tremont ": '

    they are not put near the fire, and then Jackionvtll", Fla. 1St I Boston, Mass. Hold In 1'enaacolaby o.
    A million Buffering into th tub of lather and are
    women are put <
    \NINE of CARDVI hare found relief in washed in the usual way. T. C. WATSON & CO District Manager Hannah Sroe..21 H. 1'alatoi Str

    Wine of Cardni. pnil8cula, Fla.TrytheNKWn Ili.

    ('f>ISER WARMIOPC. l lEf
    To Toarh KKK IR a Rail. 0.3STORIA.Beare CHICHESTER-S ENGLISH
    roh" i* not tt: r kllt! of conJtnition anduuimt in ball is knack 1Iirielnsi
    I a
    To poach a
    egg; the the Kind Yau Hats ai'SWpttre YYtL fillS t
    to lie tn eii-y jiroliltm for the known to all clever cooks. The wateris ,.
    L 3Y1 a ve D Q\! e !? eCrNcrycuresaColdinOaeDayCri ordinary family man about the ln>u heated to Killing
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    .
    of <'ddbt! iS Ief ('Ii 111i.1 .u. t:\(.UMt
    .
    ji"C The pii'iv of furniture the sketch ....., ia .. .' ,. ...... '' t f
    in 2 D.lYSW. l.FV2/t.. box. 25cJ till a small whirlpool is produced .,.t.ii'...U.,,ter,..!,.( .h.1.1.I.'."aaaSrr.: :Min IL...
    Iii \\eatl.innl oak with Unpcs and in the hollow heart of which tl- \\ u...,....".' ..tI .... 1. j4
    but Want Column.'udgin's fj*tin., H,-r r.w.U|.,{.? .r w.?... ..;'
    dIM'I' handle- of haiuuurcd pewter maeUtnmi the egg is cleverly dropped ..:/ *."H J. l'.rl'vuUr.. Trlm..:.U
    W "I"':.-"..t(,. ...... .,. _
    the Mci I is that might successfully I XV I. -'u.k" t!
    one
    : ,.. .,. ,
    The motion of the water crystallizesthe I "" mm Mult. Iu A VAN FELT. # J C. VAN PtLT. desired of tKe Bestor -1"1! '+rs i..< 1s..1r.t-r h-lmr.lC.:: ,
    carried in 3
    out variety 5r.
    je any I white Instantly into a circular cov I '4..i-,>i".i.i 1..4'..... .?..... I'll i LV. J'*.

    word and ornamentation; and toned cring for the unbroken yolk. ____ __ __ _u __ _u ___ _______
    VAN PELT BROTHERS Jown to severe simplicity as ta"te may -

    liet.Ue. The interior of the wardrobe

    GARDEN STREET GROCERS might be lilted i'l one part wl'h hooks A Weak Slornacb The Star Laundry
    ,
    one part with shehes and one part fur causes a weak body and invites dis _

    Have Received Since; the Holidays a Fresh Line of packing[ away JllIrIHH-es. while!! the low ease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures 'i.,

    ir part for drawers may be enlarged and strengthens the stomach, and Biggest, Busiest, Best I ,

    STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES or nuMliiied! to suit the will of the pus wards off and overcomes disease. J. ," .I
    '.
    i rsur. R. Taylor a prominent merchant of ;.

    Fruits, Nuts, and all the Delicacades of the Season. Tl"orl'oor Dunehler to Work.Any Chrieein.n, Tex..says: "I could not .u
    pat beet ad of a weak ftomach. i I :
    Our Goods are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting the American girl is possibly and lost all strength and run down iu They Speak

    probably going to need to fall back weight. All that money could do

    Best, Freshest and Cheapest. upon her ( \VI1 resources sonic time. was done, but all hope of recovery

    The Epa and downs of fortune are too vanished. Hearing of some wonderful ?
    for TheIll elves !
    VAN PELT BROTHERS certain and too conspicuous to need cures effected by use of Kodol I

    pointing; out.' To bring up n girl without concluded to try it. The first bottle

    any training in a useful occupation benefited, and after taking four We let the Shirt, Collare
    TELEPHONE NO. 231 ?< .:A.A 31 EAST GARDEN ST. battles I am fully restored to my; ;
    is not simply improvident and foolish, usual strength weighth and health." and Cuffs we Launder speak for
    liiit it 1" T\ir.ml Feminine 'h1r1l"pr will talk louder i.Lab
    L Hargis i Pharmacy, John Bheppard: themselves. They
    ; ; ; ;;
    needs independents make and keepit Ii Sidney Kahn.OPERAjaOUSE. we can. We want to be judged ;

    s.veet and Itt rt('l.t. The darkest .noieoy the work we do than by ;:

    Classified Advertisements. tragedies of life ;grow out of the I Isnoranre. .. what we say. ;

    helplessiie and dependence

    nf "'/lUI"IIlUra' t', training ill work\ \

    indt ponilfiKV of Intruder and self! re
    -- -- -- -- ---- Iimt'e--Ihes, with Ugi! idealof wo ALL WORK C. o. _D. Goods Called for and! Delivered Free ,

    uitinLiHNl for what I .J. N. COK:, Manager.ONE I. i'
    in-piration are every TELEPHONE J 14. 27 GARDEN ST. J ,\
    ONE CENT A WORD. girl 111''';''. Only! through intelli-

    cent work can t!:" l.U'.u cst chiracterl.e I I NIUHT ONLY, MAR 4 Wt ALE INGRAHAM Manager.
    ,
    att.iinei t'.l! th,' sro\\ii! of.rhnrae- WEDNESDAY, : .
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    1.0.1'. t"r i j.< II.' '''-il"| 1'IIrh! 'V(> of this :school: -
    W..ITJAll: kind* of beer .
    empty \\hieh \: t.t.i "the world. -Woman's '
    i: b.Htp'l.! H. A. Krif-Um.-in. n'j tlNVASI'ED .\
    Home ('" .. Minstrels 'i
    Less! Yiniagrtttp with i. ; ::1.11.I".r Lady or.'i
    ;
    'I
    asc leave at News of-

    tf. : -Men to learn barber > Kill it.il Midi I'oNon. Roberts & ; : ;
    *
    ; Dailey I
    -- true.: Tool., dlfloum, pu-ition- ,' -AND- I) j( V. : 4
    To :: ::.i:.;Ni< r i-oi-ou to rats: in this ,! j
    1.-. :u.l1l C "
    : ".k. cllutailliu;; 11'1111" time rtquired by our met hoes of hoe lii wiiu-li l.itmait beings dwell isfmilMi !N 4 I

    --" ', written in tuUeliDle steady practice, i xpert instruction K t iriminal.; I. Let the thieving; Living Pictures
    ; Howard for HIM rf.f.lce -, etc. Catalogue tlH iilf.1 free little lie.i-i 1," dut.re.i l with a leatli, I 1 STAPlE '! k

    ..t U. II. or K.r Moler: IScirber, CniU';':p, ls:! Caronnel dealing ttnP! of ar''('hir. strychnine or I' \ CHOICEST AND FANCY GROCERIES

    ., ..r J. E. VIt'tlInt.0.. t ll'eel.pw (dean-., LiVAN'1'EUutmorrpupilsin prim it. :111.: I. :awl In tli. thnuN of ap- I' The Hottest Thing on Earth E

    i I -r ,':.iiu. L'lf-tf '' \ t -Black l>r<>.ieling! dlulUiii: >ii tie ilntllilcs\ himself !:?' New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. II
    [ \
    'I' up in a ".11'1'''''' spat-i between the !
    I and White." fly till.tt'm any walls: or ia some tlirciirner. in the i!I Prices:2, II>, T5c; and $1.00. (h:] FllEHII HUPFLY OF 1 I: \ it
    i one can learn t" Uiaw aoytlinn .
    MONEY TO LOAN I i; th-y\vtshanysizee.: Even children; d.uk celi.tr and dits. In a fenIi'nirs I Seals onsule at Cods HoolnortJolllY I ': ; .
    ; the hun'il.,10111'1.; of hN d "i>ing : at noon. I i
    ; tt'll.YE'ltr" old c III learn. Kvirendorses iMnii ; 't'
    >
    ____ ____ _. I (t"j
    tl I -iiiblo tl.CIIiS and I pupil it. Come in and body l permeates the atmoopbiTi1 of llie I .

    w i I' .. I -re for yourself. ()tn A. Miller hoiiv\ and in a day or two the atmosphere CiCii\Y NU t'tC1'.tr. fV ,.,., .'
    : i\ lU'LLAUn 'I I | FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
    I '
    studio in SUUbury liuildinz.14'lm; is saturated with mephitic gases: ( ) .:

    J \1'.ILlf"x.. \Vil.;IIX t'p, Mauarr.I -Stairs. I that indicate other sources of contagion KITH consiniK1 Eli the captain.ov ot the ,Spun'ners hi;I: ROBERTS & DAILY I |: ; : 1 ;;
    that f-iuse IJionlt.lll'n war is JN ,
    ; i
    : EXUH.\XGE-Auy wanting nervy I \ivlna will be responsible ;r
    one 1.
    1 contracted by thecrew I ( ) ;
    \ > \.N-W, U. MeriA I. rummer home in thw moo nttltid *:iiie iimm the rat in the house, let hlnlbe ofaid vessel.Uulf debts. tJ.| 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. ,|!jjK i; :

    w .{ent. Monny toi can excliup! !:e property in Floridaor caught ill a trap.1IY trap that is J. tt('!%. PliiMH- CJ. I't'uLac'ula, I'la. e" '
    workable l will do.The) Tran'it Co., Capt'; ( '"In.onlgnrre 1'
    i it>H rate of intereti South Ueoreu for equal valuein :S-iMl i.I. ,. .,_ ....... _/, ....... ._ la| "
    ( ",. ; ; ; '; --- ;-- _9. t
    i 'uiitv.! Illu-w 112 and .-\'h..villpU.. Will tr.tdtup -- ::.,,.,.W.V.VJC..rLi..ar.eK ,.._- ,h.-. .. .. .., ..r..ii.yr. .__ .... =.1 j S, I.. 1
    1 nn'1-tlrrt. no I.' U liU4i4irl0iij. Otis A. Miller: NEli11EUInccaptalnownrres aE
    a S.lltbun' Block, I'fn-aculi. I asy I'j II.DeWitt's -":' 13 nor co09l r
    urn Anliire a mil be respon-nile
    Little Early Risers do
    )II'' I i.KXO HII nnprovNdL.rP I mini I fur debts euulractfd by toe
    weaken the HALL & KLEIN
    -- not gripe nor ytem. ]
    I crew of bald vr.Yel. :
    .
    111.111
    : ; nr I ( Ht rAll;. They cure billousne=. jaundice to:. LEF.L I Kx ?, :
    .
    ...w riilf of inteic-t. I -- -- !I. '
    l.pll'n.l'OU'lgnll"
    con*tipition; and inactive liver, by II. K.M;* \PI. .
    .h. Ib,uukttt.: .rnryi'ti'tfost. !FOR SALE-The mo-t rie-iral.lpj ",Ill
    the 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET.
    the secretions moving :
    arousing .
    .. F!,I't.t j 11M'; iu the city on sit-y termhy and f.
    bowel gently, yet erfectually,
    \ITIIERths.'aptani.nwnrrs:
    i hi-hi-r tate .
    o'DlilivY I tulle 1'al dox. Aurrry.I giving such tone: and strength to the .-; =- niirciiiisiKi.i': ii uit. Nor Ilk
    South l .. ltf s.;;;. u-J.t' \ 'i"nllln.111 l h.. rlslumsll.ls| '
    I \
    gland? of the !stomach liver andboweli and} Family Groceries i :i;
    -J><. you i.elcm i 'IC-" f, r dries contractrJ hy II. Staple
    borrow l'nl' it..nt. that the" cau-e of the trots!;": l'r..w of .aid >...-.t-l.
    any I is removed: ('utiI'dTIt'Q"iItnt'u- 1t.-\ 'f-X.
    iu t.i1ay "II e''-ioHiiitt" HK KKM-In 'perahtni.. huildit little pill'\Prt a "d-ciilKl tonic ef ToOnll'r. l ",1' nOl.at 1.1
    Meats Itc. in Tirs.
    .iiiy'* e''<- ,glilt groiinti I 11; ,"r, i.n t.iH'' :ui d feet upon tliH organ- involved, ai* : 11' Select Vegetables, \

    'I'I 1' "t city f..al utttce; uu (>jond flour ihtet-ntlji-e-. if their Mcontiru'd for f.<- -,
    I us a i S KITH El! the captnln. ownert'CBignw
    ... )I"' r. ;:Otte ti.J I L hH:; I days there will l>n no return of t''iftrouble. J tinr .-.. t f the t"i-r ., Poultry Eggsioand Gnunlry: F QdiiCE dt r rE.
    J .-" -. H-inns 1'harmacy, JO'llI is', tiers will bp roofXDslicuniraetfii 'me; r'r ;
    Itli.iL(Ilnx J1Iti.! I Jrbte by tin ore.. 'f'i' ii
    ... \ I Sheppard: Sidney! l ahu.I i I or.a!d \(!!,<"I.I l. : UI
    I.'r ii' t.,i- /1UARLiNi HOl'bF; ..\Vhreler KACKKKV. .. e"one No. S58. -\ $, \.
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    !n'v'd t. lli J. \\i: nmtetnf. i j I have opened studio in room 9, :1 ....;..t n..Sat. I' ;. 'oIitnCi03. "at_. ',:'I>:,'I>. :Z H' I I 1 1\- .. ,,;. :. ;'.' ; i- II't.. i ,,, il'r : .J

    .-._- -- i'i'i'ii-1 e E< pie- i fie -. i jSal'-bnry block, where I will gave iI.1&:!iI& rn.arrive i J'ort Kirrancs 1:1: i :.! : ., .b..ull.\! : .. tt'--

    tt'' e1 .-lie N j'r"-it-d; : IK ele.H, r-- ; lessons in my own system of drwI 10ea ra arr.-4 *t Port bdrr n....'. I: > I 'l at, rt.t1.I/! / \\III.k' ; 1., { ,if.l ,:'

    I lair and pre* l.tdifhud. jt-n'li- I' -wiled "Hlack and White"Pate1 IOOp.m..rn..t hire fort u.rrso n' t."t. !1 't :, 'ef wi ore" .,.'. .Jucd. Tlt- ,' ;',;.1 1 F jU)
    rL at harrancas
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    | ai-o in Frmcb [lYlnfingall:?:! a: 5p w.trrivpAvl'.rt ria.T-i;v < 0 ai.o, l .Jf'ij j -.j
    : t.intls, .. ... 'S.uip m nrrlve at Fort Kirrans: i F.rr& .' : ,. :li-nt quality is the chi i I'.t whiskey t ;i
    d I H 1lf U. I I l- II I .n-- Newspaper and ihi .izine IHu-trat-! earl H.run "r / "
    > - m 'eir .rket that _
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    .; "filch: .rtr ft.I Il PVit) :MAKK MUXEY ,,'.. inir.i .O'io at1:1a.m .
    .II i at tvasocola! y .. ; r- liifely ptirfl stimulant, tli<-r n nonn belt' .". II .ijr
    t'r.U.CN(1 I! olf..r'u an nive-tmmt uutranttedbv i i I hat e taii;lit larjecl! ?I1inevl'r\' 11.top: m.arrive ftrrKs at Penaioo.a_-..11' I UInCa4P* cont.fiiiitttr nt'ukvhatE'vf1r, I' i

    i two 1iu-f 'ompiCII' Ii 1 It wn in (Jeorgia: and in many of th-I:' 2:00 p m. arrive at P"anc'JIlL_. .. 111 r.. CIIUta>ot". If purcb"-er np-'D exaininir.frey ;l'h /
    I II m.iy m iKo you: lirh Thi i.. i* ro.eleule S.JO pm arrive at Hf-a-iacul ._. F .'t t e '-. i Inot -ati-Erd with the quality Ub = 'i
    MK.N from : of the south : f ..
    I ff-imie: colleges: so canloilir 1cpt:1.MrlveMPeolUCOI : i 'V .
    fn send
    k. for
    :y at 01.ee tor.- : IIr t teal I 'S:''. P. m.forrln lit fea"ao:as .__ is an r<;' 'Tn the inie at our npen-e aLd money
    .'.- iu tiit- (i.-vrrnUply Invf-tmentCi ic.ttl'. It' \ouare you an experience of twenrr.five tnra.y only i' sits) be refuDd d. -1i
    totrt Itut i,sati-li-! upon tn\ e-ti rdtion: we !i years. In the t tuJi will be KSE fO& WICK D4TaT All\ oidtri should be atcompacled by eithrr :

    rorrt*. Iii:. will give' you yo-ir mon -y ba.ltr1t'r (' I found the choice-t! collection of' Peneaaolatol'ortParrancaiandrrtore.e LIGar YEARSDLD currency postott'ce money order bank draft or ex- ; i i1
    K.tMdIa.. \\', & Dunn. Fiscal: Agrnt(10Broadway l-<, !.coll ts Navy Yard mina return_ t h a4' ]'z d rre"3 money order. We refer tn First National ;
    LtL1lr: ; New York. crayon work ever shown by a *in?l e< I'eniKjol to Palmetto uob and r!!.orn iv'sGADAT (
    : Rank or !nay mnchant iu Ptneacola. >
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    artist and an invitation i is extendedto I IOBCDUDI.Vtto PL i j
    t1 H. ALFMAX uinhrelh maker weshnr permit the raanln, i T
    315 \ a
    -'Pr llprrouulcnar'd to come and see it. My>
    everyone ;
    South PaUf- open coftchfs.f :
    in street. Ue-cover- S. A. FRIEDMAN i
    county n-putution requina such) in j ar-J rrp.unn;r of umbrellas and I term* for in.tructbn! are moderate i. Least 8 a.,ns m.aool.. Lor l"lr&lit.ruII ilL::.)'* ,

    patrol a specialty. Silk cur OTIS A. MILLER. II mtp.m. I '
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    always hind.
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    '? ttlary1s'th (".",.111\111 (''U..tUIU,... f ;p..m ,.ro P o. BOX 4IK.
    PIANO DRAWING. t IKLfcl'lJOM-: :
    t X1 II-t'S adds.'i I -.......... 'p. ai P *t, H1SKE1'r : 178
    : iLiviiblt: in ca-h 6 p. m. p.J>.
    CARNIVAL COVTUMES-In, vt1vet .
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    ] Ticket S >. 170 drew the piano raffl I I p.2. tp.tc. ---- --- --- -- 11:
    'r1 head .'j 1 .
    from
    d.dey I :ilk, Satin: :awl other materials 64tD.tT J a.A.RIEOMA+ eff'i
    .., and carrlagp fur i cm he rented at JIr. E. I). ->J by the Carnival Association.: Il I ten.aOlO1 to rafii on r0a Harrancu Mary handle every clans of Liquors sold, In 1'

    IP ci">." Ir\ UfttrefaiJr Nord-trom'rt Millinery! cirorp.: Alec I said ticket I It not presented; by ntsi t tifcrfl i saerstsra-.5 ___ bulk .)r bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices that ,
    ... ,. I'I o'lI1U301a: to i'.lm.lto 8e. b iu> down.
    I Ma l ... ial Co., Hair Good! at No. 11 Eut Inten'
    .L (: will take place. 24f-3t I I Hotrelibt sired klterlUJp. m. i AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
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    THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA FLORIDA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1803 "

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    A Boy with Backbone Don Juan de Austra now lies in the A PECULIAR HOTEL. TWELVE GASES IN FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.
    grounds of the capitol. It is to reimburse
    I the Street Fair Associationthat It. Room. Named For Statei laitead
    Representative Goodwyn introduced of Bring umbered. THE MAYOR'S COURT

    When a boy or girl asks tig married sinters( his Montgomery Adver "In n little town In the backwoods of
    GJUStns and aunts to save him the "*eo Mississippi remarked a travelingman ; THE END
    tiser.
    liuns" from "GOOD LUCK" Baking Powder "t l're Is a peculiar hotel. It is
    Twelve cases were in the mayor'scourt
    cans and duels any one of them lent using; just like any other hotel except in the
    "GOOD LUCK. bo should inlet upon her try. Miss Daisye Hyer entertains to- way the rooms are named. They are this/ morning. One was nol
    tng it at once, and tell her tbitit' baa a larger morrow evening at 6:::O in honor of not nuuibin-d. as is generally! done, pressed two defendants were discharged -
    rote in the South than all other linking 1ow.lers
    Mrs. Maxwell's guests, Miss Seldon but ea<'h room is named for a state of and fines amounted to $ j,60. IS
    o/isbiaol;that It contains the nighent LeavenIng $ NEAR
    IV MT and Is Pure and Wholesome IIe61ouJ.n't i of Baltimore and the Misses Lewis the United States Jessie Bell and C. D. Smith: assault !
    let up uutil she order It. :of Tallahassee. "\Vl-en I stopped at the place, I was ing and gussie: Liles for cursing were
    assigned to a room called! 'Delaware.'
    fined $10 each.
    It was oonvctly named, too, for it was .
    R chmondlrlfiaia.. Miss Mollie and Miss Celestine one of the smallest rooms in the house. IT WOXT BE MANY MORE DAYS

    Brent are with Mrs. Turtle at Bar A man who was occupying New WHEN OUR MONSTER *< vf jt j
    MARITIME.
    rancas. llnuipshiro made complaint to the I
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    4 ; Mrs. W. II. Pleasants who has been laLdlord that tLe man in 'Maine' was

    visiting her sister Mrs. A. M. Avery drunk: and boisterous and was thus .. [ODD AND
    keeping him awake. This St'I'mstraul' END
    Arrived. SALE
    I SOCIALECHOESj I left on the noon train today for her
    when vie recall that Maine is
    New York. Miss Stella Avery accompanied Span es Vlrglnde: Lourdes 1050. Kcbevar-
    a prohibition state. Two men up in rla.VeraCruz to Pensacola Lumber to
    tt1NN00.ONNN.NNNN+)0 her, and will be her guest in 'Montana' were keeping up the reputation Br M BS Robinson Mtb. H*,Bturvensen, Kingston, toRte Will be a thing; of the past. You should theref ire, humor .
    New York for some time. of the wild west by engaging in
    A Mysterious Phase. _.- -- -.- a noi Charley, dear" said young Mrs. F.CZKM.A, >'O CL'BH. NO PAY. had 'Xevv York.' which was the Fe Pensacola 10:X Leech. by Gulf
    Transit fo for lampico witli ::,::5I) tons cool, "
    Torkins, "what do people mean when Your druggist will refund your money II best room in the house. The room valued at io.OtU A Quartette That Can't Be
    they say they are going to standpat PAZO OISTUENTfailatocure Ringworm, nniucil for Alabama is too ordinary foranything ::::::::;..-- Equalled !s >
    Tetter,Old Ulcers and Hjres. Pimples ard
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    and a farmer was occupyingit ,
    Blackheads on the face, and all bUD dUca -
    "My dear," said her spouse earnestly .e>. 60 cents. the night; I was there. THE MARKETS. $3liO.lIen'sslwes, .i\"on". ......... ......-.m .\ }, ,'.;
    "It was funny to stand in the office

    "you have stumbled upon one nnd hoar a bellboy tell the clerk that $.00 Men's shoes, .V0JT _.___._._._ '
    of the great mysteries of life. It has r-vvwvvvwv t. = towels! were wanted in 'Iowa' and that 'I /

    I} cost'it very many to investigate able) men that large simple sums! the fellow in 'North Dakota was kicking COTTOtl REPORT. $/3.50 Ladies' shoes, .'"0 \\" ........ ........_._.......... ... .J, : ,
    money : like a steer becau-e he had no fire!

    41 ,brase.-1Vashin,en Star. NEWS NOTES$ }, ':: end two'Manhattan was om of cocktails the orders up that toMNsHsirpi Reported for THE NEWS by D. F.//$J.OO Lrzdie:$' S'Uff, XOII"V. /

    rAAAl Mrs II. A. Itaxnaham and sons tht' cl.'rk gave. 'lie sure to call the Lowe & Co. .N..N....XVX .....- N., .. ,... .. .....,..
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    : _. .'_ ._:,- man iu rio.-i.la fit .". o'clock in the moru- Spots.
    A'th.a' will leave on Tuesday: fur
    in:!.' said one of the And
    a employees.
    + Auauta to visit Mrs. Chipley! R. Se tze. There are hundreds of our jacliesn Good Middling..9.8 MEYER SHOE
    CO.
    { thus it went This hotel is a curiosityto Strict Middling...... .... .....I! 3-4
    \trs. Joiner: who has been visiting ; the city now. Doubtless of ,
    many the traveling public. It is conducted Middling; ................ ......9 5-8
    tlrs. W. I) Chlp'ey during the carni- .
    them have seen many exciting experknees by an eccentric old fellow but Strict Low reEt FnrnMicrs for Cash 0111,.
    _' where l.e Middling..9 7 10
    will return Atlanta with them.Miss conceived the idea of naming
    anl much tcmpcstous weather rooms after states I do not kuovv."- Low\IidLlling..9 1-8 102 SOUTH PALAFOS STREET.

    Robertson, the chanting during their long voyages in the ser IirmillglJamge.lIerald.. Tone Steady.
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    guest of 'Mrs. W. K. flyer will leave vice of Uncle Sam hut they are in a FUTUIIKS. -
    next week of To kill mites cheese Immerse the! March ...... ...... .... ...... ....10.11 -
    to the. regret her many safe and will all find
    friends here. j port now they cheese in boiling water for n couple of May................... .. .. ......I o.io
    that the Merchant's Bijou Bar is one minutes. This will also improve the -- you CAN GET ." -<

    of the hest Kept Life Saving Stations cheese by_closing up the,cracks NAVAL 8TOUKS !tAitK :I. ICE'CREAM
    Mrs. Charels II. Irishman is entertaining
    on the gulf coast. SODA
    her father anl: sister Dr. A Severe Cold for Three Months. Reported Dilly for The News bj ,
    The gallant tars from the battle- The following letter from A. J.Nusbaum .
    and Miss lodge, of Henderson Ky. Union Naval Store. Co. HUYLER'S ICE CREAM AND
    rr et Mrs. Dishman entertains at lunch- ships just arrived in port will naturally of Batesville, Ind., tells BO8IS. HAND-MADE CANDIES 't

    E'-1 con next week in honor of her guests. be interested in knowing whereto its own story: "I suffered for three WW_____.U 25 H___ __12 40 -ATTrainer's -
    , find the best places in town and minths with a severe cold. A druggist WQ_____ 8 85S 1:1.: _.. ._.._ :1o ,
    fly --! the best sold. _______ 8 fioM F______ :?
    :${ Representative Goodwyn, of Mont .where liquors are prepared me some medicine, ._____ 3 45 E._. ......... 400 Confectionery 5Jjt .
    ? somery, has Introduced a bill in the These they will find in the first and and a physician prescribed for me, K ____ :i "iit D....._.___ :? .
    last chance saloon at the union depot, I did not _____ _._
    House to appropriate about $;;00 to yet improve. I then tried :Z b.3 C A below :? OU8PIKIT8 FIRST DOOR NORTH OF THIESEN BUILDING. Jta
    both presided over by Mr. X. Gold- Foley's Honey and Tar, and eight TUKPINTINl-ftobtd.!
    ! pay the expense of bringing the
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    ring, who will give them a hearty welcome doses cured me." Refuse substitutes. agapaga .1.1
    pi" masts of the Spanish) vessels to Tables of quality for the
    r I and his personal attention.Call W. A. D'Alemberte.
    ! Montgomery. These masts from theI
    --- Dining room library hall
    tr Spanish ships nun Juan de Austria at the Pensacola Livery Stables ,

    t ;, and OquenJo, which were sunk in and pick out a fine horse-Ten HotRol1sat5p. m lOo and parlor at Marston $ DR. J. H. MOCK

    Manila lay by Percy's fleet, were 1 lead here just arrived and will be doz., at Solomon's. (lfcina's- ,

    shipped to America through the instrumentality sold at once at an astonishing low ---- I
    trice.

    14 I' Hohson. After of Captain the hill Richmond had been GREENHUT &CO4a..WHOLESALE DENTIST.

    passed by Congress donating the If you want your office A

    masts to the State of Alabama, the ,
    l ; furnished go to MarstonOidna's. 9- 28V S. Palafox Street, 3y- Old Armory Building.

    Association They have an ele- GROCERS
    CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
    line of roll top desks
    bringing; the historic timbers toiontgomcry. gant .

    The huge mast of the and office chairs- Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA. rnxsAcoLA, FLA.m .

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