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Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1903
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: 39 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 3. 1903 NO 45 ViUTICURA
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Its Bluejackets and marines in swarms: [ quite a Hurry in the Georgia capital ]Boatswain J. Uowling. Lieutenant-Commander 1 Il
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the! Ea&th! came ashore last afternoon soon after after, whidi she was named and 1 a1 I Gunner' F. Roischich. Lieutenant-Commander \! !

the Kearsarge and Massachusetts had I Gunner A. S. Mackinzie. Lieutenant-Commander
letter from a prominent gentleman :]

joined the Indiana in the harbor, and there, received 1)a. Pensacola: friend : Chief Carpenter J. Burge. I Ensign Dugan. ';;
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I Warrant Machinist A. Ensign .
Gray Snyder.Midshipman
t:3: Gja: r T6rq t tM Proikrlds'1 cl before dark the streets were alive I
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1 1' I ( this morning wanted to know if the '''"arrantlaehinist (J. Johnson. : Lan enberger.

GIL;:tcr Skin Soaks I with the peculiarly attired young cruiser would be here Sunday and f ifI I Warrant :Machinist M. Casey.x Midshipman\ Spassard. !

1 UKSe3 Some of them had not left their Warrant Machinist G. H. Paul. Midshipman Blair.
SIlO) would bo open to visitors. The
respective vessels for over four Midshipman Hannigan. hi
Officers of the Illinois.
letter( further stated that it was written -

S !i \feevar) Civilization, Has I months an dthey were in the merriest (' on behalf of quite a party who I Captain G. A. Converse, command Midshipman Reed. '
Surgeon Anderson
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spirits obible when they walked ing. : '
Penetrated. would bo sure and come here Sun Past-Assistant Surgeon ii
up the streets and wore off their "sea- Lieut.-Commander NT. R. Usher. I'I
day. It was inferred l that prominent Paymaster Wilcox. .
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Lieut.-Commander F. Worthing ,
)1'[ :: : of the world's beet people It..gs. state officials and newspaper men ofI ton. Chaplain Reynolds.
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Previous to the bluejackets being Captain of Marines ;
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i Soup C'uticurai
3. lira: ,a--istl'11Iy Atlanta would likely spend Sunday Lieut-Commander T. Snowden.
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Lieutenant of Marines
i : .t, f-ir preserving; purifying landed, scores of petty officers were
Lieutenant W. L. Howard.
i here and the probabilities are that
wits :1'if 'Ins the skin for 1 Boastwain Shiphey
1 cleansing
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on shore and they were as glad to+ Lieutenant W. R. M. Field.
;:-t ..jiff cru-ts, scale and Uamlruil'; the governor himself will come within Printer Hierdahn.
leave the deck as the enlisted mea Lieutenant L. R. de Steigner. ;
i tie! s-toppiujj of falling hair fort a few tiays. Gunner Averson.Carpenter .
,, One of them said to the writer that Lieutenant L. A. Kaiser ,!
Taylor.
,'I w hiteuin and red
;r ; i if ;; soothing Repairing the Indiana.It Lieutenant F. H. Clark. I t

r :.-h ,.:.-I! sore hand; for baby rashes, ho could not believe that he Warrant Machinist Biggs. ; II 1
is learned upon good authoritythat Lieutenant O. P. Jackson. ,
:: !i ', 'i an 1 chatlngs, In the form of was really "on American soil after Warrant Machinist Duffy. It

v '.- for annoying irritations and iaiti repairs to the machinery of the Lieutenant J. V. Klemann. Warrant Machinist Ober. ".r,,'
having been in the tropics for several
I Lieutenant A. F. Kalbock.
; "!i', or too free or oflinsive Indiana will be made at the Ponsaco- Officers of The .t I 1 i'
tr.pr'atioti, in the 'orui of washes for months:' And as he said this he Midshipman l:. J. Kin!;. I
. ,.ive weaknesse4 and la navy yard, and patterns for certain Captain W. T. Swinburne.LieutenantCommander :,
many; sana- smiled gleefully and said further that Midshipman H. E. Cook. i
:t, ;itNpptie piirpo-ca which readilyt castings are now being made Midshipman R. Williams. !li
tlu'iii-fUcs to women, : he delighted to come to IVusacola, I .
mother well e"po- This is a good thing for the local' Midshipman C. L. Bue:!. Lieutenant-Commander .
as ai for all tie3
of the toik-t Lath aud where is found such open hospitality Midshipman W. l.. Pryor. Lieutenant-Commander )
nur- yard as it is a practical demonstration : ':
Seamen enjoyed themselves in various Midshipman L. B. Porterfleld. Junior Lieut-Commander
tri: Soap comMnc delicate that the department has recog- h
ways, but all smoked and ateI Midshipman F. D. Hall. Ensign Taussig. I
jToptities derived from Cuti- ni/.ed the efficiency of the yard. Repairs Ensign Greenslade. .:
Trut k1I1l'lIrl"with tin pur- I victuals that could not be purchased Midshipman F. B. Freyer.
I JID Ing ingredients atij the I I j I to the other ships will also be )Midshipman: J. Moses Ensign Morgan.Surgeon I"I ;

I loin; of tI.I\\l'r odour' .' on their bhip. Oysters formed the Ames.Paymaster I I t.
,:! > <) i made here if needed. Asst. Surgeon R. E. Ledbetter. !I
id d snap ever compounded i principal article of food ami the men Reynolds. :
. P rnl with it forpre er\ Osceola Club to Entertain.A Captain Marines E. B. Manner
1 .utIIreutifvingtheskin, ate as if they were half-starved. They ins?. Second Lieut. Marines

" d 1 jiamH Xu other furl had subsisted!: for nearly four months special meeting of the Osceola Chief Boatswain W. Anderson.Cnnaer Boatswain Gardner. ,

I I i.,iK-t soap, however Club has been called for Thursday Gunner Cable. f
F. L. Hoaland. ..J
1.. !!,.! fi>iiiiircd with it on a very blight change of diet and Chief. Carpenter ';
f I'f the toilet, Lath f'H.tlitlIarrh 5, at 1 o'clock, for the Gunner J. Kenyon. If "
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were naturally glad to get a change Warrant Machinist Boart. .
"-it combines iii one purpose of considering the tenderingof Chief Carpenter L. L. Mortin. ( :; ,
', : '1>, Lest kilt and 1'ensacola chefs tried themselves, and Warrant Machinist i
Warrant Machinist 1I. Pennard. j "
'. : 'lie Le-it toilet and i an entertainment to Admiral Hig Warrant Machinist Grant. '
the efforts were commenutd.It Warrant Machinist J. V. Jacobsen. ..
q' r \ .roun.I''II. alo I ..
ginson and officers of the squadron.
: a II! ,' v... ''s product of Mlif was surpirUng to the land peopleto Warrant Machinist E. W. Andrews. The Prairie's List. I ::1

-. :'d iu every part This is expected to prove one of the Warrant Machinist D.. C. Beach I I I ,; t
the bought Commander Duncan
,: see how eagerly men f
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[ most delightful social events of the :
up reading matter. The extra large The Iowa's Officers. manding. j : :;
season. W. B. .} c
Lieut Commander
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edition of this paper was exhaustedin Captain T. Perry, commanding.LieutCommander ,'; f
AN EXTRA A Minstrel Show. G. H. Peters. Lieutenant J. M. Elliot. f I
a very few minutes after the paper l
Fechteler. Lieutenant J. K.
Lieut-Commander A. F.
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had left the press, one agency disposing Bluejackets of Massachusetts Lieutenant O. S. Knepp. .
Lieutenant R. Wells, Jr. '

SESSION OFCONGRESS of more than one hundred will next week delight the public by a Lieutenant (l. R. Slocumb. Lieutenant E. H. Dunn. t .,'".'
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copies and begged;: for more. These free minstrel show in a spirit of re Lieutenant J. McGinniss.. Surgeon! H. G. Beyer. O'f : :

I papers were sold moatly to special orders ciprocation. Two years ago when the Lieutenant. E. Reed. Past Asst. Surgeon T.V.W..B. I : 11i'! !
Asst. Paymaster
Lieutenant E. H. Campbell.Lieutenant I ; .
| from the Massachusetts. Officers vessels of the present squadron were '
R. C. Bulmer.Midshipman First Lieut. Marines W. f" .
and men from the Kearsarge; and here, the citizens tendered a banquet Chief Boatswain W. L. ;
( W. Fisher, Jr. f
7P Indiana. seemed t;> wait for the little to Ihe real heroes of the ships. These J. I. Ackerman. Chief Boatswain G. B. :. '
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=; DE'.T RX'' EVELT ISSUES Midshipman
'I sellers, and! many trips were made people never forget a favor and will Midshipman P. W. Foote. Gunner L. Wallace.. ; -
CLA"J T JN I T W. F. '
CALLING THE I Carpenter :x
show their remembrance of the del O. W. Fowler. I
Midshipman
back to the office alter fre.Mi supplies
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I! Machinist J. W. ,
Warrant
6:: I TOGETHER FOR SECOND the Midshipman G, W. Whit tech. (
of Pousacola's; : best! auiTiuxm paper.' lil 1htful; entertainment by giving Warrant Machinist C. ( : 'I..
I Medical Inspector S. II. Dickson. i
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NEXT THURSDAY. Outstanding orders from newsdealers minstrel show. Should an open date Warrant Machinist W. F. ,:
: Past Asst. Surgeon C. P. Kindlcber- \
at the house he available nextweek I I t,
and ships this afternoon almost tax: i opera | lough.
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sl-I'I the show will bo given there. ger.Pay
Mnh; : !h 2-Tho rr [ 'tho Daily News press facilities. Inspector S. P. Coleman. Officers of the l 1

: l I... following pro I .\ number of those given shoreleave An excellent troupe exists among the Captain of Marines A. S. McLa- Lieutenant-Commander C. I![J t I 'j:;

more.
yesterday afternoon were Chi- crew of Massachusetts. Lieutenant A. S. :,
Second Lieutenant Marines E. AGreene. '
These' of the Lieutenant R. J. Curtm. i !
oi the United nese and Japanese bluejackets. Officers Ships. .

\'i:, nra! -.\ Proclama-j were as happy as could be and met Quite a number of officers on then Boatswain J. A Ebenviene. Lieutenant A. 11. I' "r:

400 Passed In Gates.It .
everybody with a happy smile > ships have been in Pensacola before Gunner G. Charette.

,,' interests require Carpenter H. L. Pemorest is learned from an .i:!t.:
their( countenance. ami know a great many people, but :{ ,
1 "iM' convene in exRoosevelt- I WarrantIarhini.t: R. T. Scott. navy yard that at least '
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in looking their I
have a hesitancy up
'ii : The Scorpion Arrives. Warrant Machinist A. C. Bates. passed through the gates j

,: i'i.''>Tiore tf Yesterday afternoon soon after TheXews friends. For this and additional rea- Warrant Machinist E. Evans. yard Sunday to get a 'f"j

.' I iiitod States of sons the News is pleased to presentthe ships. A great many / I
had gone to press the auxiliary Officers of Massachusetts. ; i: .1'I !
'> proclaim and de- full list from each ship in the selves of the opportunity ;

\' :-lordinary occasion cruiser: Scorpion under command of Captain II. N. Manney, command board before they t t I.
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harhor for the benefit of all concern- ; f"
i1'1 nf the United Lieutenant-Commander Boutsh, was Ing. sacola. 't j ,.
ed. There are many familiar names +
Lieut-Commander B. A. Fiske.
i' the capitol in the
reported off the bar. The trim littletassel Visited Old Homes.Wilbur
on the 5th day of to be found in the })l'loas a perusalof Lieut-Commander. C. Smith. .
i sailed in without any formality Lieut.Commander J. L. Gow. Centi, oiler on the t R I
clock noon, of the lists will show. .
acknowledge i C.o'. achusetts visited his :
who shall at that except to respectfully Officers of the Flagship. Lieutenant Lieutenant. C.Hughes.Cole. navy yard Sunday. I t

act as members of the admiral's colors on the .
Rear Admiral Francis J. Higin Lieutenant C. J. Lang. Louis Higgins, chief
'reby required to naval I
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ceremony
i Kearsarge. This pretty
son. Ensign L. Shane. the Alabama and a l r

hand and the seal I was seen by a number who hap- Lieutenant C. R. Evans, flag lieu- Ensign C. A. Abele. man in this city, visited "i'

., i'. at Washington, pened to be in the vicinity.The tenant. Ensign A. E. Watson. in Warrlngton, spending 1.1;

'- : March, in the year Atlanta Coming. Lieutenant. L. Bristol, aide. Ensign W. K. Wortman shore. j 1; .l ,

Captain J. N. Hemphill command Midshipman R. S. Keysea. 'j..
, -aiid'cine hundred "
The protected cruiser Atlanta, Caj GOOD BEHAVIOR OF j
Richardson.
H. C.
: ling. Midshipman '
. !V independence of ( ;ii
i tain Turner commanding left New Lieut-Commander A. V. Zane. Midshipman J. P. Jackson. :
the one hundredh. i
-, h. Orleans at 10 o'clock this morning under Lieut-Commander A. A. Ackerman. Midshipman! L. :S.: Cox, Jr. i' JI
Out of over three hundred '
'') ROOSEVELT. orders to join the North AUanticsquadron Lieutenant W. V. Pratt. Surgeon J. M. Steele. ets and marines from the II
J.1.. Luby. W. J. Littell.
., i Lieutenant Paymaster
: !lent 'f
: Tensacola and to come
at who were on land in the
I II. Merstin.. S. C. Wright.
',V. '" Lieutenant Chaplain .
of State.
Secretary
here directly. This vessel has bee night, but two violated ,
Ensign J. W. L. Clement, Jr. Captain Marines H. Lee. ,

T"gedy Averted. up the Mississippi river since February Ensign L. S. Shapley. Second Lieutenant of Marines T. such an extent as to call \i "..
interference. These were
rich of time our lit.ivr :0 and Is the largest vessel in the Ensign C. W. Cole. Monell. Price from the t!

.-. writes Irs.V.. United: States navy to have proceedeso Ensign }'. Morrison. Boatswain W. Juraschka. W. B. Smith from the : ,

. peasant Ohio. Ensign D. P. Mannii. Gunner II. J. Palm s. ;
City, far north In the great river. She Price is a negro and pleaded '
1 I 11! played sad havoc Ensign R. L. Berry. Gunner L. S. G. Kuhlwein. j "
300: beating a girl named ,
of negro
is a vessel of a displacement Elklns.
G.
i Midshipman L. E. Wright. Carpenter H.
a terrible cough set while under the r e
night
" Doctors treated him.I tons and a speed of nearly 16 knots.lIer Midshipman B. B. Wygant. Warrant Machinist u. F. Mullinx.Warrant .
first liquor he had tasted ,- i1
,, ,I worse every day. At cost to the United States was Midshipman H. G. S. Wallace. Machinist L. Arme. three months. The mayor 'fl 1
'' i l>r. King's New Dis Midshipman W. D. Puleston. Warrant Machinist C. II. Gilhully.
several
originally JG17.000, but yearsago fine of (10.Smith .I
:.sumption, and our dar Medical Inspector W. A. McClurg.Past .
.- He's now sound and the vessel was laid up for manymonths Pleadwell. i The Alabama's List. was exasperated 1
Asst. Surgeon F. L. .
," .'od sure) ought cure;, for to Coughs know, ,,, and thoroughly overhauled so Pay Inspector C. W. Littlefield. Commander Chas. H. Davis.Lieulenant.Commander durance by a white ; i

,. Lung diseases. Guar that the Atlanta is quite a new TeS'sel. Chaplain W. G. Isaacs. Totts. Annie Flowers. He gave d' : :

;: tt A, D'Alemberte. 121 S. Captain of Marines L. G. Magill. Lieutenant-Commander Henderson.LieutenantCommander ing for which he paid $10 :(

.:-.' \ mt. PrIce 30c. and $1.00 H. D. South. Muir. ing. i'1''tifJ
Lieutenant
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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA FLORIDA. TUESDAY. MARCH 1dO3..

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STOP COUGHING 1 SUPPRESSING 1. advertisin'' Put I'm ROin': a husband.to be captain" of the r ,

Msry Ann and you can bank on that:'

It i A MUTINY i "Xot while I lire Jed Parsons. I'm 1

purty busy this e\enin'" and you'd better

Tou must stop that coughing at once or before 700 tale yourself off.
_.By C. B. Lewis :
know it your lungs will be affected and your life endangered So Jed took himself off and in due

by pneumonia or consumption. At this time '! I .'" time the brig finished loading for Honduras
of the year you must be particularly careful i
as
throat and lung: troubles are hovering around and Copn'fpht ixn, ti>i the : and put to sea. Luck attended 1 !

p I S. HcClure Company! her nain-thlt is. Jed called it seamanship

1 DEATH IS NEARoftentimes 0=0*.tfOtf+* *.*.*.*.*.*.*. .* during his watches and luck for Infants and Children.

during:: the widow's and he'd have {riv
nearer than you can possibly (m- Time Kind Yon Hare Always Bought has borne
The : the
agine. Only last week a strong, robust brig 'lnrylIn Jones had been en n month's wares; had the craft lint si;:na.
man, in the prime of life, who lived in White young i j sailing: between Providence and the one of her masts while he was asleep lure of Clias. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his

Plains and did business in New York City, j West Indies for a good many years in his! watch below.! Nothing:: haplwllctl. personal 'tll'cr\-ision for over 30 ,('ars. Allow III) Coq

bad a slight cough. It was so slight that he when Captain Jones died. His wife, however, and she' reached port and began to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitation
paid no attention to it, and in a spirit of ami!
bravado continued his office work. In four after whom the brig was named Lad the discharge of her cargo. When ".Ttnt-a...::ooil" arc but llxiieriments, and endanger; tho

days it vent to his lungs, and he died from ; always sailed with him and she could she was ready to begin taking on, the health of Children-Experience against Experiment.
pneumonia[ within a week. Many such cases widow came out of the cabin one morning -
are happening every day, and one of take a trick at the wheel, work out ah
every
; to find the mate lounging on the The Kind You Have
them can easily be cured byDUFFY'S observation or take charge: of the craftas Always Bought
quarter deck aDd the crew loafing .
well as a first mate. Jed Parsons
about forward. Bears the Signature of
had been Curtain Jones' first mate for
PURE '
"Jed, what's the meaning of this?
live years, aud when loath overtookthe
she demanded as she looked around.
shipmaster Jed naturally expectedthat
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4 'Mutiny, ma'am" he briefly replied.
MALT
WHISKEYThe the widow would settle down
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"Mutiny a'.xjut what?
ashore and ask him to go as captain.
dose is a teaspoonful in a half glass of In this he was sadly disappointed."I "Lots of thingso8 there hain't! a
water every two hours until the cough la re- sailor to be hired shore for lure or I ,
don't care to stop ashore, explained
11e1'('<<2. It Is a SURE CURE It will cure money I don't see how we are to get i
any cough in 24 hours If the patient will YVR $ the widow, "and there's no rc'asun out of here for a month of Sundays." In Use For Over 30 Years.

lue It as directed. .; V why I shouldn't go as captain of : ".r rr..nu" eo......' 'IT ..u.... .urn'. ..w.".. e."
"What's this I hear about ?
mutiny
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the Mary; Ann. _x.m- -
CURED asked the widow as she went forward _
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among: the sailors. "Will Perkins,
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y Inc: captain of a ship: ;' replied! Jed. "It
WEAK LUNGS.Dear o : jou'te l een sailing on tho Mary Ann :
appears ns'in; natur'. It's like\ a man I tf. B. WHIGHT>> company
Sirs: Having suffered with weak tr 'III' to sew carpet rags and make for five jcars. Speak up and tell me I VAl
lungs severe cough and loss of appetiteI what's the trouble." .
I tried nearly all medicines but without pumpkin' pits. i 1
"It's this ma'am Perkins Y
way replied MANUFACTURERS AND
i sir benefit. A few weeks ago on advice I commenced 'lhuit you worry about that Jed I. \\.t$ DEALIK.S IS
keg': -"we stands bj' the ,kale""YCu .
,{ the use of Pure Malt Whis
your PrsII You are a party smart MI.T. I -
; key. My appetite Improved almost immediately bland I Iiy) him in what?"
.: r 1 LUMBER
LATHS
JH \I'll r.imt.! : but tin,re's folks jest '
'h : my cough stopped and my lungs "1>unno but we stands by bin.! P.et- ,
' l t,1 are as'strong as ever, my strength has i'I' smart and I'm one of 'eta"Ji ter ask him. ma'am."

returned Respectfully!and I shall continue its use. d did:,'t refuse to go along as first "Jed Parsons, will yon explain?" I L'L I L i;; 3A'fLU CYPRESS SHINGLIS..jI{ .r1 tzJ1 ;
ii>: t-\ but he carried n solemn face I
FLORENCE \\ tITIXG, No. 110G Cst., I nskcd Mrs Captain Jones as she went
while the lundin and _
brit was was < _
N. W. Washington Jan. 4. 1902.STOPPED : back\; to him. PF.NSACOr.A. FLA
free with Us predictions that the Mary
I "I will ma'am. I want to marry you -
Ann Tunes would nevertiter a IllInlt'I'.t
HEMORRHAGES. "'
and bivome captain of the Itrynn.

; 'nt1em'nly lung trouble la two S03: : years Cedar oU.Avenue Had, Scranton about eight. Pa. April or ten 9, hemor-lO!) ". sail, lie asraln.; went around When she and was ostentatiously ready! to I i, weeks"P.ut ago.I refused" you only two or three i COAL AM D WO QD.

rhages. which broke me down in weight and strength. The last, in February, was "You did ma'am, but I didn't have I
the worst of all, so that I thought and believed myself that I could not see any II WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA T5GER TRADE
y other BimmerVnen I commenced to taKe Duffy' Pure Malt Whiskey my weight any mutiny to l Lad uie up then. Looks I

was IIi pounds; my weight to-day is 12u: pounds; made a good improvement in as if you'd have to po ashore and Jet THIS WINTER THAN EVEIt rEF: Ia

4. every respect. I feel stronger from day to day; no hemorrhage since I used : the consul marry ns if this brig is
;'i' the Whiskey.-COTTFRIED EHER. i
i ever to !;:IiI.into Providence: harbor SEND US YOUR ORDERS
" NC !fit
. Du"sTure( IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. I ng'in."
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I '/ "I'm a good mind to-to stand out
Malt I
Whiskey cures eought,colds, consumption. grip 1 bronchitis and Thompson Olsen & C ?
'w .t.t\ pneumonia. It stimulates and enriches the blood, aids digestion builds up the nerve and let' the old brig sink at heir ",

'i, pal: tissue, tones up the heart and fortifies the system against disease germs. It prolongs anchors"
: : life, keeps! the old young and the young strong. It Manresa Street, Telefhone L5
.3'l contains no fusel oil and is the "Mutiny is a terrible thing-a! terrible ,
only whiskey recognized '
by the Government as a medicine. This is -- -
a guarantee '- -- ---
> thing, replied Jed as he looted as
CtlTlOVtnen
you ask for Dn.tV Pure Mall A\IiUke hemirejna
:t.\ jl't the genuine. I o"'ruluIOlI" lrnlr, mi nil fill nf the rcllcn of this solemn as possible. I ESTABLISHED 1862.

:t 4 Uhlkkrv preparation, Hill try to .anion rhrnp imitation, nod Ho-rnllril Jlnlt "Y-e-s I know, but I'm not afraid. If
: Ni KulinlllattH.tlmh artu| on the market fur profit only.anil
'JI.;( Mliirh. IMP from r..II.lnJ for nick, are |.o"ltlv ely hiiriiiful. Demnnil' it wa! n't that I wanted to get loadedas McKENZIE OERTING
. : ;a "''Dan*',,"' mill he & CO.
mire you uH It. It is the
only absolutely pure malt I soon ns possible and get back to ,
Jt\ vhl k<- Mhir'i'
> contain* nirUirinal.
Irrallh-xiting
iiunlitii-N. Look for
i!1" the IraoV-mark. "'I he Mil ('''..lul"I.o the label. market with the logwood, I'd keep -DIALJRg!: IS- 0

;,..4ss The genuine Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is sold by all druggists and !grocers, right on saj'in" no."
. or direct at $1.00 a bottle. White for free medical booklet containing symptoms "Hut ns It Is, ma'am?" Ship Chandlery and General flartee

.t i and treatment of each disease and convincing testimonials, to the Duffy :..talt"j" ( "_\s It is, we'll po ashore in the yawl ,
1 Whiskey Company Rochester N, Y.
__ I- and see the consul, and if ho thinks 8O3 AND 005' S. PALAKOX STHE T.
20 __ J ::
ItlfJif.: rt this mutiny can't be suppressed any wAtIFVar- -
Ji One Phase of the Mir. Women KnVutetl-rorTrrnan. / r j other W3 '"-
1 / REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S hONH CO.'H
+; < In the liab I.uka pas we hare one Two women suffered the death penalty 4 The. consul thought it (couldn't and GALVANIZED
tlm" 1I WIRE ROPE, A. RUH8EL4 HON'8 PUMH*,
\ l of the ninny instances in which the for political I offenses in England I \ s the Mary Ann had a new captain on

'tf\'" 'tt Nile lui.. Iiurli-il itM-lf at an upposiii In the year 1''.'. One of these, Mrs. 114 the homeward run.PHYSICAL Smut Scrjiti ftlits 3ls! Biatlcjl I lastrioiEls, Chris, iitkin, fun

mountain l.arr t.r.tIIII cut its way Alicia Lisle, gave friendly shelter to I OOMl'AfHKS. h.OGS, KTU

' .' through.;: In fact it often corms to se- two fugitive rebels after the battle ofSedzcuioor. .; PERFECTION C. '[c Renzi", OertinOolle'tiul{ Agent! for liar Pilots' Benevolent AssociatJon.

'? hit these uiiTci'iticiiis[ place for its Hie defended herself with is imposibie! if the liver is out of or- .

l tti t ('\JUn I dfr., A perfect liver is possible if -

' i away there is a tolerably lc\cl. uulmj. )- I men thenisehes had not been convicted /
| i Jon keep using the right kind of a I
THE GARDEN
. j1t kenianstf| of li'M-rt. For ten miles of treason, she I'oullot be considered j I I Ii iI SECTION

;: l'ti; the ricer twists in awl out before cs- an accomplice. Jeffreys, the notorious I I !I liver tonic. lIEP.\TICl'ILis the I i

:' f- eni0ii; to the open once more. Its current judge! overruled this ,plea and, having II I right Kind of a liver tonic. It will : o OFoPensacola

ij Is \<-ry rapid, nuikin it well nigh: (':\11'lllll'r to be found guilty sentenc-i I i : liven up your liver to your entire sat

(l j4 i Y impassable: lit low water because of ed her to be burned alhc. A petition 'i I "I WA\T TO MAI.HY YOU AND I'.ECOME' isfaction. It will provide excellent I Florida.
ANS.
the iiUiiicToiH rocks, but at the time of I: procured for her the less terrible doomof CAPTAIN OP TilE JURY j I! digestion, excellent circulation and I ___ __ _
'
:'lm lilY descent the Mimnifr H< s1! was well 'i death by the ax. bade everybody nntl'f.tlling a last 'I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

\ ai along);, and all\ but a few of these bir- I I The other victim who was tried .1 fareH'IIntI\ be called at the postof- ''I perfect health. I

',l't'li:" riersre bidden below the surface, few da i lice to say: Mr. J. C., who does not wish his I
I 's later was Elizabeth (:trait, '
n their pn'eure' bcin:; marked only by occasional nn elderly P.aptKt who had assisted "Uncle] l'en. if any letters come for I name published, says: I cannot refrain Beautiful Lots for Sale.

ti"1 tsblies.-t'e'utury.t one lliirton. who was concerned In the me you can make pipe lights of 'em, i I from extending! to you, voluntarily ,:

"':: Uye Utilise plot to escape from justice. ., for I"shall never tee old Providence Iuf! the, medicine my sincerest you prepare recommendation and ('1111I1I.ll'r 40x137 feet at from $7o to $200 each, according

I Cumforln;"n7. Afterward, to screen and save himself, iiu'in. j the name of IICPATICTUA, to location and surroundings.
i\t\} "Speaking of ;,:rt'\\'!'mme n-marUs,1': he basely betrayed his and "(;"ill' to be drownded this vjige'1' for
prescru-r i reason of its superior qualitiesas : -
paid the ruddy od! Scratch gentleman on jippearcd as principal witness ut her I asked the old poatmastcr."I'm oT the
a toner gl'ul'ral"st 'nt. Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View
' :zt bi'iVI fmm the far'l.. t to n'vkit4.t4h trial. Tie: hapless woman was condemned I sure to be, with all the rest. I II | Since using I1I'\TICl.ILalthotl: hi ,

' Scotl.ind for the lira time in half a i vutury. to be burned alive. A heavy Can't no wilder woman on the face of i 1 have alvvavs been awat sufferer High, Dry Fertile Lands.

1: "I 1 here was an old 1:101.fril'lI.1. of ctowniioiir of rain while she was at thestake I this earth sail a ship over six minutes 1'I from constipation and (colds I have I -- -

: 1: inine in San rnincisco who! persistedIn was interjin-ted to Indicate: divine without H'lidin her to the bottom at I.I been entirely relieved from both of The grandest opportunity for investment ever
if' In looking; upon this JMiirnpy of minl'lii I the sea' these ailments, and venture to say
wrath nt this Inhuman deed.
offered
't' n madly adxcutnroiis temptiiu' of ProvIdence. [I I I "Tears that waj to me," mused Un- ',' in regard to the former it has no in Pensacola.

.. :! 'Yet there is com-1 II I de : equal. I have used only two bottlesof
one thing; IUd n'l I.IUo ShuLpHprnrc. I';n, "but I dunno. Cap'n Jones
| HIPATICTUA far. I find i Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
!i so yet
'k:1.: I I'f. '! i |
forts
me, HoIH'rt my nun. she said. A lady living in New York has ft wilder Is a party smart womanaparty '
normal weight of 14' pounds has
' ..11 'When one dies inoaguu nowadays, maillot whom she is quite! fond and smart woman. She may be able: been my increased nearly! 1'J jHiunds.I .

<1 '. thl' "'\'c' such excellent facilities for whom she considers a superior young to dodre through by the skin of her ,I shall take pleasure in recommending LeL "VTcTiibTbCorner

'freL transportinj-[ the remains"New: iorkTelegram. person. Thinking; to give her a great teeth. However, I'll bid you poodby 1IEPATICTUA to any one desirous

i.of' pleasure she punhased tickets for the.i I'i and loin to mwt you in heaven." :, of finding the very best constitution : Garden and lint Streets.

.J t.J', I theater I awl gave them to her. The j The Widow! Jones was not yet forty builder to be had. Sold by all
. .%nd 1hit Ended >orn.Mrs. .
J,;: next: clay she asked the girl how she enJoyed years old pud in the best of health. druggists. I
,of;t.; :: .' Aufait >,.\\'. :Nora l>e very the performance. j i I j When Urnoyapi> lie;':::au she stood'I' ---- '! F.e. BKENT WM. II KNOWL.KH W. .c, HYE& JR., J. H, KtKfEfrosldent.

careful of this cut glass punch "cowl.it '! watch and Watch with the and : Vloe-Pr ilddnt. Ca hl"r. Ati't Caih.er
"Well, ma'am. I didn't think much of mate, i j ttJ)=UOLA= I
It cost mint of .
n money.Nora it," ad! the girl I when tier 1 1-riii reached a port In the i!

it -Indadt', mum: Well it's rule "\\"hat was: the play! ?" asked Mrs. P. I AVest Indies .h.tll'arslIIS Lad to admit 'j jth.it : Grist and Corn (Heal Mills '
tOlh.1I1'l..
an' I dropped it threetimes
"Well it had no name, ma'am' said : leer scamaiship! had beui as frond i First National Bank

a'ready nil river fa1..IIt.IJItl \'. Julia. as !his own.'hilt' Jed admitted! this !JR. F. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop I,

' Inv tt".-r,. I!: ":\name!" exclaimed Mr;;. 11. in astonishment. mach to himself! he carried the Mi: MaOIlI"ottft'U I
tt tl to oiheis that nothing but an overrulJIIK -
1 j. f\hl'-lll I really III\'(' you. ('hollyV iMOICt.Mr.tl1Nn1'U1I: ; OUOl'WI i OF
PENSACOLA.
:I Iiitlnat FLA.
providence had kept the Ilrnn
"No. ma'am. said .lu'ia.
"The
'Vlty, I'd sminer !I"> miscrilile! with '..II pro ), .
STOCK FKII
had '. on the vovnire out, and that !-hetIIu.t
r than liappy with some other fellow. gramme printed on it \4 You likeIt
for there DX:1:
ritrnl Home Indtmiy Ii : .11cI'C.PItFtt
i .' teal didn't Kke certainly p> to the IlIttoll"II the i I
we it ail.NeeTirk
lip Hut are you I'un'.11 won't lindhome nt ivnj reason you should bay year II'.I"Q(
tj 1. other chap thatouM, MMUKT be Herald.: run hiin.e. Min-h to his surpl'ise. the ltoukysrdfrom the Homf ManuJactn't i!' W B KNOWLEU. A. RLOUNT F. C. liKEKT-. K. II'; .

bite reached Lor home pmt withoutthe for by eodoing you encourUt boa.e lad cct D. G. KREX1,
\ niiM-rable w-It ii-i'uck. ,j I A BAD COMPLEXION. -,.. \ rnonav lblefUnthr commanltj
slighb't! mishap. mud yon In tarn are Indirectly hneflt
. ': Pimples blackheads and ";'I put back alive arttr all''" InlOitprlc thi home manTacturer you ;
mnddycomplexion you
;i \\ 11\1 a woman lures :I man to thewint contrlbatu to the CBU''O' J labor, Yon .'W'

t; | of distra< tmii. other wnue.'nf which art'o common I I queried putafibs'! Uncle l"II..in, Gen;; rather as J.-shntuefaeed."Yes. entered the. It which to ebfoomraunlty oontrthtt.r tomir whehyea apport IIVA lint km! ml Ufa &Jh U2 M t i? .

., abuts her fr not ha\au: "more pride." among bins and girls at a certain .
I Uncle 15en. I ha\e. the -'-
t replied
Y'
-\h'hi..n Iiulw'. a?<\ indicate a torpid !liver. A courseof !
$ t I inaii' "I've h<-ird about the Lord
f' 111'1'\TICl'H.will cleanse! the i We drag; ocr oi. a Uillb ->f Ilzchanfce: : on Great! Britain (ftHrin
Dangers of Pneumonia.A \I'il:1: 1 rtlin pcvplo! to do certainwori
system, regulate the bowels and! IIn'rand >ny, Pranc", Austria, Italy, Holland, Hpala:: Balirlniamr .T\DI&f. -,
on earth, and I that's
cold at this time if neglected i is guess inj
produce a clear) healthy complexion casl.... i1APiER7wIIiIffcI w"'len Denmark cud other European countries.j .
liable to cause which
pneumonia is
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Sold baU ">lii : SlMior: continued Uncle len. ,
druggists.:: >o
!l' fo oaten fatal and! even when the S\r6-5selH Uigfaarafd npon too Most! Favo:rte Terni, and t'
--- --- -- "TlieVidder! Jones !know Low t<> Fail i Ot'lIill1tolld'I'ater! Payafclo slPor' of r'eg!iraUon Ta or Fifteen Di.'i

'j patient has recouped tho lung arc NOTICE that iTiu' as well as leer liusband did. \ after V' M61 Arrives Miere.JftF'SRfety .

weakened, making them peculiarlypusceptible I Yunr hose !is uut of j'int U-UIUM you
have been authorized to takeuhscriptions
to the development[ of for Wm. Jennings : didn't pet to If on: plain. llo'.u-v it ) Bepoeit Boxes for Rent In Connections

1 \.n-lnrnl'tilD. Koley's Money and Tar Bryan's paper. "The Commoner. j! V'U tiin't IK captain one way why 'with which T" haro a Prlva carttaent far thnUst

N- I will stop the cough heal and the price is $1,00 per year in ad. I do'i t jou try t'otherV Of ."11tt\'ar. _

Ftrensthen the lungs aid prevent vance. Those desiring the paper "!low .I' ','n uunn'r" r' TI r --

4 pnennionltV .\. n'\J.'mhl.t. 1:1 3 in have it sent to them by seeding I "If you mairy the viidUtr. you'll DR. KING'S
i PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
S. Palafox street 11.00 to the undersicned.H. marry the l>ri'; at the same tim.lIn't
M. ROCHE 1 .. .
jon? Some folks can't fete through: a TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR -------- -

Care Daily News. I, hole in a grindstua"That W. C. ROWE M. D.
If
Ho Rolls, at 5 1> m.. lOoa i -- --- ,
THAT COLD. I II
ccening! Jed Parsons put on his!
doz atNEW S olnmon I Office: 17* S. Palafor
E. W. PEAKE, nll.laF't'l't and made: a call at thewidow's TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
!lioiw. Hours from 1 to ':.f} I, m. and I to c. it
No 30 l South Palafox: ptreet' keeps Cures Consumption.Coughs

SCHEDULE. C.11bfolls\ wires and all kin is ..f "'oin' to turn preacher, JedV she I and after o'clock

I 1"ctrleIt1 supplies. Have him do asked! as she looked: him over Colds, Bronchitis Asthma, I

OF I I! ,"nr work. Call phone 203. j "No. ma'am. I ain't" herq>lied. "I'm PneumoniaHayFevcrPleu- riaono GO.

-- looMn' for a rift" ; Physicians prescribe it '
'risy Hoarseness
STEAMER CAPTAIN LaGrippe
FRITZ, 1 "'\11. I liaiu't pot no girls! bidden JOHN S. BEARD.
for their most delicate
: 1 Sore Throat
J. V. ROU-KS, :M-imirer. CASTORIAFor away here." Croup andY :

Ii '-A. V t-p Mondir: and "I didn't !s'pose you had. I'\c come patients. hoopi''ug Cough. :1! ATTORNEY-AT-LAT,

Thn d.t' w"rt.'nArne '-. lulant *uo CSudrea I to ak; you." j omCecoThl18en Uui,tn '
OLD and PURE. i NO CURE. Fit) ?A.Y. I I
t >viioia Monday I'd "If riu'\e, to ask I shall!)
Thn1 ni.'hIi '. ,me Kind YOU Have Always 6cugmin come me. .. j Price 5C..ar.J$1.; TRUL BOTTLES FREEwill Office Hour* 8:30 a. m. t< "
say 'No.: What do I want to curry I ,
'ivo !V... o'1 li Topdlw'd. 1 you or other man for?" ,f j I 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. tn
any
Frbl.v nu: DannhfoiH.eyo nrosI I Practice In all state and ft-drn
"To pet a Luebaud soberly replied clf 1 n frJt.flU-iH! \vIA.. I ,
.. J.
at Kr" "nTtVeJnjsliy I i... )) 'l/ I I All bnslnf'n entrusted to me w... "
and \turJ.\y Inertim, i Jed. r.h6ns. prompt and diligent: atteotioa.i. .
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THE DAILY NEWS PEN3ACOLA, FLORIDA_ ,TUEBDAY.JMARCH.8,1BO3. '


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A Conjugal DaeTufharl GREELEY'S REVENGE. RKMARKABlE CURES SCHEDULE AND PASSENGER : I
Sieur d'Assouci. arOI.t
( "ovprau.
>
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allj musician the 8CV IN THE THREECORNERED Outcome of the Editor' Tiff With
Tr.i'!u tli century. relates In one of his I Elizabeth Cady Stanton. RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS 'i
","'!
f' father ami moth- II The late E1I7.ib'tl1l'nd Stanton was
mrcs" that! his I ) LINE ,

Vn- """' day! 0""af-'l>d in a di. 2111I' LOT. I I particularly apt at retort and one of Are PiiE2! Mails Etily rue clChane pfi
l' ':
,' ..-n tIll21 of law when a dis- I- her swift parriiM of a thrust delivered -
i- =
','."'. ",,'rT.4. IHW mi them with regard By HARRIET WHITNEY t --------t-% 'SIt1S bv Horace Creeley :a.iin her favorite liy tin Fed Crois FliriCtsae !- The Peua
;f1'"t., ,. ],,.,.,.. hipnfieation and l ('arlug'j t Cowriwht, IX-!, J-/ the t l' .'trii.e of woman suffrage: is historic Gulf Stmin-hip Conipioy ha* flied :

t ::1 ,r.. -..,11 iu Justinian's code with ,I .s..... .VtCur"Gcorpe Cwnipany 9 "Madam." saM: Horace one day ilurir.tr -I II tiin! WM arc LOGlt'd a' III We.! I the fells wing schedule and rates to

'1'1: i tif! nshts: of lirotluTS. U1U-I I. O. . ............... t .I i tte civil war, "tie ballot ai'd tI.... ''tprl h-I W.Pll Pensacola and the t .

1.11' quarrel wased so furious j I ;, Luilt-t go together.' If yen wa.it .. simt-Stiras to 'llm points uatued : t

L, .. :'' ,. puants: lost all control of I've let him hew the ole I Vit;?, are you ready to fisht?" : SCHEIHXK.Pteamer 1."

Y .-, U'.W t':1<'1I other to single homestead farm, iH-'in he's the olJes-t I "CertaiUy, sir," s'ae refnordeil.. "1 ?Monte Given Frec t tlAil la- I '
i
'" :.<1 iirwewhtl to SL-ttli; their I It" of the heap; Marthy Ann. &Le"s pot the i sum ready to fight. jut as you are fight- : Tarpon will leave Pensa- f!

'. .:..1 determine the mind of I blackjack LoiiiT: stilp; Columbus : Lug, through: c !'Ull tLUte." I cola every Tuesday night at 8:30 jo'rltclt.llftt't
t. ; -: : lu'l TaMs:' Who Call Up te Be- tile arrival the Mobile :

.1-.1I
:
I 77... ,, ,i-i lej-i>lator l,y a fight with :I 1 1I Jinny tLey've got the two twenty : Xot\vithanJipg their dlut'rpnt;: of I I train and the P. & A. accommodation : .
lots, an' take kccr of opinion, Mrs. :Staiitmi: and Grwleywere
I l\\ 'I':" I II tlny'uto rae fire March 21. train Thi* will eiub: a \,
_ujr! duel took place in theirS I long ca I last turn about." I The nun en the stage who does the iK' "onally friiMiiliy; until the Xl'I I person to leave Mobile at 6 p. m., .. ;- : '

.'" OyTieau ire was an : Uncle Dil'.y liaseca looted: ss loan tid.f escaping from firmly tied ropes York l'fllltltutionall'OII\'l'Ut\Uu, of make cloae connection at IVnsapola : '

: i, '.... I'j profession and a member cheerful and alert as a jrras! >.hupiHT as su l'Its to the bIIo1Srith a smile. He 1\ woman suffrage clause was strenu- rl'OlI A I'IAry from of the>mlni KfU nt Crot phy.II'IRM* ..dll'allnhlliule and mr- reach (St. Andrews the next Sand : ,'

"; nf the Trench parliaments. I he sat on the top rail of the olJ fence. know he cn gct out of the ropes that -1 jircs-i'il upon that body and asIguroUiily hUt!. at tile urgent solicitation of a large morning at 7 o'clock. 1

". are ln-ing knoticJ. Put the same man in 1 j \' opixjbtil 1t3Mr.. ( ;rt>l'lt.y. nunib'ropatleiheuudrr Ibeircarein Ibis
)1.! : .. \\.exceedingly diminutive \11' I reckon liuMiy never got es j cauntrve.tablhheS a permiiieiit brancb I" \S tSG"U UATFS. '
tin and kt Indian bind !
wear exceptionally high i much as a burdock woos captors inc day after the Tribune editor tad of the Institute iu this city at ,
patch.
:, l i I.) i iI hii to a tree fr torture and he would I The paenirer rate from Pensacola 1 '
.iiij.iro.uh the ordinary stat- I Zrke Anns-toad looked hard at Uncle : made some particularly: ras>as re-1 I wi'l' hp follows
I 3tn: .";lc to the last against the bonds. 1 1 West Chase Street. as : *
: .'a. but sho was fierce and I Billy, who S'luinm-d a little. \\'!iea the stouiacli is diseased there marks upon the subjiit.! Gt'orge11-I To St. Andrews and St. Andrews

\.r, la t'-ir.per. The combat i "Kushy got Jed Hooker. That outfit ire bonds beirg woven every hour about liani 'urtis rose and said i : I'I, gIve The their enhinent servioei gentlemen entirely have free di fvr cidnd three to point*-$(> ft); round trip $10.

c., I Iiv 4 lift-ii a drawn battle! to satisfied b'r. M-i-ln every kin IHT- the organs dept r.tient on the stomach "I have tl.e Imi.or. Mr. Chairman to' nionths (medicine etcepted: ) to all invalids! To Ap4ldcticola and UarrabelleIS I

-c of Jiiiuiau remained as son bhe bed was sot ns'In him an' <-f h( ;rt, li'tigs, liver, kidneys, etc. The I present a ignition; hi favor of Jilt woman who cull upoi. them for treatment 'I W; round trip; 115. ,

; :1 debatable 1 us ever. I he left her a widilcr without so much folly: of ir-ankiml is to passively submitto I sulfniso :aniciiUiwn signed by Mrs. ] Bttween Now and March 21. These fares include ir-t-ciass -
,
es the scrapiu's (If a mu-h kittle *!lie ':Ie fastening of these bonds with no Horace I;rukvy! and :;-YJ other laolI'o: ;." cabin stateroom and mealKurthfr -*.
eCort to escape until: the pain they cause Thps. servie.CAnshit not only of c.'nsultiitlflfl. information can bp securedby
had herself to thank. Howbomever (;n'lcy! was furious and rightOS: '
if v" nwint a nice present to give j: arouses fear. '\n and advice, but also :api'lvinsr the company's olliceain
Ma-i""l-K'! and look through the not to innke It look too i/hited. love Dr. Pu.rce's Codn Medical >iscoeryCLTPS criliiil thi' appoira..i-o! of tl.u tuouiorial ol' minor curKifHl uieratini| >i. the Thioeu building,
: articles at I I ilullllllIl'lJt :\11', StaiitJii. i il 1 he ohjeft In |iur>>uiij tbU 'our'p .
;1-I ,' laie of suitable j give her the three cornered lot jonder Jisca of the stomach and other at to ; I I la to lieeoniM rapidly and t"'r.on"lh tic- ',< .5

}. I. :""' ;,.(.i'in, you surely can find 1 at P.nttormilk riil:::o." or'T:113 :vf ili: 't-tloa; and nutrition. It "U'l.y iliu jini i.ot i-.it lay wife's Ii hal iitttl with th. kick andafl! t,-,l,.hil under --=

',' ;' : _' to please you. If you 1 Un( lo 1'illy chncklHl. cu': s di5.'a;of heart, liver, lungs. Vulnevs l riaUlen! Ilau'.. ou that !lI'tlt"n and call I I l .. made noc mditloib for ui nov clmrce hate\vr MEN AND WOMEN.
> renUtre.1 for
: '.'ins in the Diamond line i 1 7.cke gro\\U-d l.ke nn Irritated mas- 1Illl.her crjans, when these nis- her Maty Cheney (;IreeVyV he (lecuuilcd i: t.inll any.111I Hervices rill befurn Mircn threeinoi.ths 2lscTtiedoctrrs ( L ac.., rMltiKUfornnnalnr*!
J"r '" ?.,. him before you buy. tiff. "a'as jo''. ii lUe case, have their Ui" iifKt time tey luet. ; treat all (onus of diiee and I. I l.C1. ,. dsrhargt.e.tuIstimatiettp.
Lie td stomach. '' I Ueforinities. and Kuarante a euro iu every O.r.ot.,4,. irrualiunt or iilrrratloniD.itS.ulciar
cr"ii: 1.1 u.ac< r.iH-an< said 31 Irtantoll.: "Ilntl',1 ef mncont niembriinrt.
Tli three cornered lot-n little: ole I! ca-e they undertake. At the fir>-t Int.rleW p.t. st..4.._
I ,, l'inlrs(, mil nut utrm
i 1 Is '\L: irie I vuffetbig; anil "as kiuAv t'aat T4.utnntloc ..
i \;: all ttp01'1.1 to \ H lliciniuy : 19 111 lid. and
', ,i W lilt a L'ood rlano tuner to scrap of Jn.mul in the tiff roc!; country :' IA: .' ..c t ,vt : I.. i.*'" tvntte :.Ir. Au,hew J. ,. I II murahle you are frankly and kindly told a. 'HLEYtSCHLUICAICO. g.nt or pol'sttIuuI.CINCISATl.O .
still hold nut Iii;: enough fcr a tnu-k paUhan )Kii.i'14'i ":".Ib, TucVer Co., W. \'a. 111'11: Horace Cre'-ley'.s wifej'rote ted awiiii'ti : so; l.o advised aiiaibntspeudingmouey for hold by Drnggi.t
acola i
1't'\I- you I 1 i '" trouMe uurti t.L *. or ent in plain wrapper,
.y 14. \\ :3. t.1I'rr.l'1J ku'nry i her husband's report ou the suffrage; useless treatment.Mile \
order. Send it in. I have too pore to raise Mat: 'kyfd poas! ,i inv whole. $jstiia vat "Lt of orucr ; J.aJ noapKftc. and female weakness, catarrh nnl I I I'T uprww, propmd,. (or
:I ir II 00. i>r3hnlll 27J.
That's a bi;: >-licp fcr \'tlllr jounit: A"fntnJ of mine told me to try Dr.limes amendment. I cutarrbal deafness; also %arici>cele. runlure. % Circular tfiit en IOqtiiIt.
i y' ,if;' experience and haven 'I iartl"i his team Go''MU MrJlol Duco\ ry. I old no i ".\11 right," retorted the editor. "lIrreI Koitri cancer and all dl-e spi of Iher.I'IUI1l.art ______ _
The young; man anu the &r ,tt'.c; 1 I took ,
t t rcatort
'' ray positively cured by their new
? 1 1:1:t severaL piano factories.; nlon;::. He was on his way to town I six t'411e' of "Gnliien Mdcal ti.overy')4tiC aud after you shall always 1 be spoken of in treatment. '

,I'i; :'t t at Johnson's book store, | with a luinl of corduooil. Aliout a new person.of the*'i.e<.aaut PcUcu' out feel like_ a 1 the Tribune as il Ir bury I:. !Stanton. I,I Their nil chief) beln j-ocmte p..rool\ll'harKt'surgeon,of the Institute -; 1wwowNICK'S

1i ::1' att"lId..d t.). mile beyond Uncle liilly's Le stopped. | Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets cleaiae ." And so it was to the time of IlI'r I ctllcea No. Ill Wt',t t liaie ilfflce Hour!, .

CIIAS.V.. PBESSLEV. I hltcliPil his team In the shade ami fol- i the clogged system from impurities.just i: death, although the name of Llizabt-th! I ill u in, toT p. m. !Sundays II) a. in. to I p.m '

that I I ('ull)' stanton: was known to hundreds
i lowed a narrow, \\'t'e.lrown path /
lead nowhere but brought r (If thousands who could not identify
j Pei-nied to ,
I
SEND YOUR ORDERS I, up at a tiny cabin. Its scrappy little conic up to the door with a tin I the woman by the appellation under OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine

}l'''irl & Dolive for carpenter 01tricaI dooryard was full of that cheerful bucketful of clear spring water which which the Tribune, for revenge, triedto

:-.. work. Repair work a L | common jellow flower known as "but- she set upon the rough step. I obscure her fame.-rilgrim. oysters today. Try them.
NIC APOSTLE.
'r cHlt) I ter and ;;:;::11." .\ plump fair young "Mighty glad! to see you 7.eke," Flip'J i .
_ _ _
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woman In a pink calico sunbonnet was I said fanning herself with her apron. I
Cleaning ladies skirts' and waistfis /!I One Minute Cough Cure gives a I
Laun-: feeding: a brood of chickens out of a "What you been doin with that little 1 CARPENTRY AND mtmm
oue of on.r specialties. Htar tin,pan. old thr'I'cornl'r"lllot? The way things relief in one minute, because it kills ,

iry. _ 'Mornln', Rushy." Bald: 7eke.'Mornin' has been happenln" fairly Bkeers me." I the microbe which tickles tne mu- ELECTRICAL WORK .,

Try Gunther's Candies at Zeke. How's everything?" "What's to do?" asked Zeke.VcIl cous membrane, causing the cough, ---
I and at the same time clears the ':
Solomon's. "Jest Joggln. I hear your paw's give "\ honest, Zeke pence you'veLceu phlegm draws out the inflammation i

you some land." OUT yonder a-diggin:/ your well and heals and soothes! the affected Ring up Pearl & Dolive phone 660,, "
from I I could her sold that of landfsrty'Icvt'n if vou have any carpenter or electrical DAILY MENUS ;
A rill! of clear laughter rang scrap parts. One Minute Cough Cure
fife/ oc. work want well done.
Jfudgins esfjr you
under the pink bonnet ,I times over. First come strengthens:; the lungs; wards off I

"Yes. the three cornered lot. It'll i I P.rother (;"corgi1, then Columbus, then pneumonia and is a harmless and I Comprise all the Up-to-

PEARL & DOLIVE. I make me rich I reckon." I Martby Ann IIn' Jinny. all a-wantin' never failing cure in all curable Date Dishes the Mar.ketsoftheworld

"Want to f'lIlt?" I I to trade their land fer it or buy it. I ca One"es Minute of Coughs Cou;{Olds h Cure and is pleasant Croup. J.3 B. 1 1OtG}1 & 5

Call on them at the corner of Gar- "Go 'Ion;:, /eke! What'i the use told Via they knowid pood 'es I did I'd to take harmless and good alike for Affopd.I ..

>n :and Alcaniz streets for carpen- askin' foolish questions? I'd most sell I sold it to jou. but they towedheO.n't ) Oil I young and Old. Hargis Pharmacy

and electrical work.or phone fifiO. :I It for two hits, an' nobody wouldn't paid yet an' the bargain wasn't I John Sheppard, !Sidney Kahn. I ILadies'

: give that." biuilin" an' offt red me more than whatI Contractors Bllil
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an ers
1 lu.>bJ's Finlle hadn't an atom of bitterneis let you Ill'It fir. An' next half! : Private \
MEAT & MALT has marvelous ,
a
.... ", PARKER'S1I6 in it, yet It went like a lance the county 'peared like, come polin' '\
(r" _HAIR BALSAM through Zeke Armstead's horrt. lIe along, all a-wantln' the three cornered dietetic value. While refreshing and PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND Dining Parlor. ,
t#, ;r. Cl ml btutitm the tail.I I
,,"I( .Jt J'run.u\t't a luiurianl frunth.Nover I knew n little of the sore poverty ('nI lot I 'lowed to all of 'em I'd madea pleasant to take, it helps assimilation ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT
Fail.lo JJretore or.jh5ll
1. ] '" :
'. hair to in Youthful Color. I dured by the girl he had \\ooed before bargainltli you an' I'd stick by it I of food. Sold byDAXXHEl'rSSER
Cuiu w-ftlp di M* hair lliDiLO I SHORT NOTICE.'z, jt, "*
). : u' ,!; I| his rh'al'on her. I ef they wagged their tongues off an' : BROS. ?

!1 "Hlshy.11)' won't yo'i quit: your I so I will, Zeke. Hut wouldn't none of ; - -- First-Cla Work Guaranteed am I Regular Dinner Daily. :4 f

I i contrariness an' take me an' let me do "em tell me what they wanted it fer- I Hot French Waffles with References Furnished. .: 'I.

: the Mipportin'?" give one reason an' another there
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IXTTXDI'XCIA
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G DiltECTOIIYN1GHTSOFPYTBiAS. The pink bonnet was shaken decided wasn't a grain of sense in, an' I jest I' Florida Cane Syrup at : Short Orders rn.mptljFilled. I"

ly. naturally knowed 'twasn't the real one. Solomon Night or Day.
; "You know why. Zeke. Your mawdon't : An' Gt .rgl' an' Columbus an' the girlsIs ; CHOICESTFRUITS ",
.
want me at her house. She'st. all as mad at paw es rails fer let- I SHERIFF'S SALE. -oFf :

l' iiH*ci>I& IiHl.:e. No. 3. K. of p.. tin' me hey the lot first place. What's Ky virtue of an execution issued out of If It'. omethlnlf Oooct to Eat ;
I it all about, Zeke'r" the circuit court of Ksramhia county. you "'Ub, you'll find It at
: m m .7.HO evpry at Monday Castle evenIng ...all.I -. II "Come over a-purpose to tell you. Florida wherein M. Ciou/olez is plaintiff f AND CONFECTIONER f fAT '
I and It M Av'ry Is defendant. have levied .1 f
In 'ho mountWatson Nick
I Rushy. I didn't strike any water adiggln' upon the propertrof tbe mid It. M. Avery Apostle'sPopular '
r.! KulMlng. third noor. I .
.nd will sell nt public outcry for ca-h in ,
; tritium brethren cordially: that well nor oil neither, but I t11I -
''' I front of the county court house In the city
'; welcomed you what I did trlkl'-a solid bed ofI of fetisarola Florida Oil the first Monday Restaurant ': I
J. A. LYI.E.: .1
the 2nd day of March. UHI. at the inuftl C. APOSTLE'S
.
.,..-"- H. HOR LItR C.C. I salt I hustled! around spry an' lied it .
i hour of sale the following described prop- ,
K.K.4 H.dsy looked Into by them that knowed an' ;
to-wit
I erty :
I : they said: it was IK per cent pure salt. I The e8-t 311 feet of the west 72 feet of Ar- I H East Government St. 1WWMWR! "" I
lit Pensiu-oln said ,
; pent a'i. Old City of par-
The railroad folks are a.g-oln' to build i crl h Inll on C'ha! btreet Detwu'U Baylent
1I.I'II.n liusig's So 13 a branch track out there. Your folks t and pnng sireets.I Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stain ; t
I ; I
I ,evfnlni at -"W, at OKO. E. BMITIIMoanlw : One car-load of ,
at 11.7 l
I Pineapples J. N.
''r' r 1'itlafox! and (i rden an' the othtrs heard what was u-gmn' hUeriiT. ANDREWS. .
to $2.00 dozen. .
itnscordnillv Invited.J. I Ion. an' of course every tinker of 'em .-- I per .
-\LlIEILTJoll)".
I' S C. 0.s. begun to figure up what they could DR. F. E. BRUCEHas I ..'" Headquarters for jt
make out of It. Itushy your threei

cornered lot is worth more than any SEWING MACHINES. '
i returned and resumed practice. ,
lUt'i, .'i 1". li.. Is.. \... :$(>. K. of I' property in this county." ,',

] > 'll.t! : Vi. *', hnUhts: of ''i I I "I'm mighty glad. Zeko." said Rushy. Office 2.1V: elt Government St., These tiny Capsules! superior.! REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT
\ \ "i > e\Hry Thur..II.l''l'n- "but 'tain't my three cornered lot; it'syours. Salisbury Building.'I'olorllcIlQ (f. *
III their tattle lUll.on to Balsam of Copaiba. "
'
'-Uatsoiili'iildlns;, southit ff1I'I'I I've I'ul.llt to you fer 52. ." l'hcLJ' tad Injections.jitro @9} 1:1 South Faiafoi htreri. ?
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,ire>x and corrtLillv Urden nelooined.K. htri't-t. I ""Well I reckon not!" vowed Zeke. Tey ia 48 hours the

.\'LLIIOS. I I ri "Y c.us'' gut to take it back-or else I II I ae: }, .. ;.o "1I.iJ'.1 111Yln. )11 *
I. C. 'ou'\'{. got to take me. Which is it, i II 'l .. I :
1 I i ( ii I )Huslu"j" I .to c. till o kit naU.rrIT1! TA:!. G. Ufaboi & C;. "

I Rushy was sitting;: in the doorwaynow
iiI l t
i. o. o. r. II and Zeke was close beside her.

I 4 She was looking dreamily away to the IIENEItAII t'ltn\Cll I> clIEluu: .: INSURANCE I

"'" \"I" j.stigC N n. 4 western hills where the amethyst '1f

1'1.I 1 1 .lav evenln? at ":.)) at shadows of the twilight! were spread fiti1tk f>hotoivaph Following is the schedule of the
: \V"-'1 Intondencia street. ,
''. cordially InvlUd. I : In;:. government steamer General French REAL STATE .11!

S I' Secretary.AMERICAN I' JoilANSDN. N. U. I I 2i "I reckon." she made reply "you 204 1 S. Palufox Street. which THE NEWS prints for the ,

could tend to the salt: mine better than -- -- -- ----1 I benefit of the merchants who ship No.I South Palafox Street. "< f

I what I (could Zeke." I I their goods to the various army ---- ;
GUILD. I S posts : ,),

One sunny morning Uncle Billy Bas- Leave Pensacola, ,__, __'.. ? 7COam. Partial List of desirable Dwellings :i;
'vm .la rii.iiier NI). 60':'. HARDBRICKI Leaves Karranrai__._. ... ...._.._.. 7:0a.m. for Kent In 1(1;
com turned Ills back upon his four elder Leaves Plckena .... .-- ....__..__ H'ta. m. Various:"Parts j ,'
1*. L.ISDKSVTRCTII.Uoveruor.: I children. Leavel Itarrancai __?. .? .....-__?. H:15a. m.WWVO of the City: Pi5.QO2Itory \,\
Iry. darned teller r 666.116"066"K VllBIXbUlO t. ....,.......__. ..HMjtfilU I..... D_. _III. i;".
"They're so cranky no
Arrives Barraocnj 11:10: a. m. and then $ ; house containing 18 rooms J i.'f''f'
couldn't live with '('m." he explained makes a trip to Fort McRee and then re- ail modern conveniences bath on. \
!{ L. I III urns to liarraocas. and lower floors I"Upper tt
OF
"I done corner lot,
lULL OF CLEAR LAtT.IITEn RAXfl Oft II to an Inquisitive neighbor. Leaves Barrancas ,_.. ....- .. .-...._ I:Th p. m. nice yard and sh ru bhery, (table. out. I' I
I II ruosi: 'XlIEI TilE PIXKnever lOSSEr. I pretty well fer Rushy, an' her an' Zeke Leaves Hlckeni _.__?. ... ..... ?_ i:25 p.m. bouts,.. etc. N. 7" East ljlKo I". ., .
I. ul' \ ..>ml No. 1:>6:>. an" live Leaves Peaxacola .._. ..._ ..-. ._. 4::<0p. m. ItreH ,f
>ly has asked me to come along .
fergl\e me fer niarryln preJed Leaves Htckeos. .. ..._ ..____ 5:15p.m. m.OO-8-story boarding house containing ,I
M tyln.actmOnth. I I with 'em." Arrives Harraooas 6K p. m. and makes 25! room, known as the 1'once do I
.. W. I*. II.TUARP. though: he did go; aa' tllen' trip to MoKe and return. Leon house, No. ilu East Intenden- .I
1 ''NNKI.L. M. W. you ain't able to support two families" The best pill 'neath the stars and On Wednesdays and Saturdays the ) cia &I rl'l't. !4{

Necretary. "I will be. I'm a-goin' to boyou'lsee. : stripes; boat wi-1 leave Barrancas via Pick- ha.OO-Adesirabie2-story 7 room., most desirable modern) section dwelling of the f' "/

An' Hush I sell ana for Peniacola at 6:30 p. m. city on a corner on the street car
), soon es my It cleanses the system and never \ ON HAND The General French is for line,No. 651: North liarcHona siree i
wheat I'll hey $:;0. Lf you'll take that ALIVAYS army |aO.OO-I.arg z- tory dwelling. |,j rooms t
The Beer gripes.: purposes only and any outsider must froollnl'lIle'quar", Mo.3m) Lan t'i t
fer the lot. it's trade.
a
!dave from the
Little Early Risers of worldly repute i a pass! quartermasterctake Uoverninent street. !.' *
"Why. Zeke, you're plumb crazy! passage 01 her.rrk .JD.UO-Conifortable: new 2-story modern .
I, I I Ask for DeWitt's and take no .HALF. Swelling. II room..vl'ry desirable I Si:
That Huh"s'olt'e quivered a little. "You --I e- j ;,
Made II tlonortheclty. situated )11
on North
ff, : know es goods I do 'taln't worth the "su stitute. I' I streets.haylen between Strong: and DerSoto I': f.,_

half of that An' what'd you do withIt A small pill easy to buy, easy to take .j
:
N :I anyway?" and easy to act, but never failing in -TO- 1&OO-2-etorydweilingin brooms, three doors rood from order tbe with belt ; 'j I
.il
I tn TAMOVICTORIA U line, has gas and water ,
"lIi ig a well said Zeke promptly. results. DeWitt's Little Early Risers ONE MILLIONGet '. I No. m.Nonb Barcelona street throughout. : ,
"I'\e land that h2O.UO-l-torydwehhing7rosm.
i got some over a-way ,
city water
arouse the secretions and act as !
i I'm 'Iowln' to make a stock pasture ot.I % ,' I 402 balh.las West! V/rlght, with large street.corner lot.o. J'I
-IS- a tonic to the liver curing permanent. "
I an" I'll need a well right there to water Ui.7: -I.story ', ." ly. Hargis Pharmacy, John Sheppard, and painted throughout papered on- 4
'm belt line. No. ; 1
M"
Kait !
"Ef you're shore about' the well Sidney Kahn. Our Prices Before C1- 115.00-i-storydwelling.cHywitlra Gregory etreel.bath : ,

t.\DE 15V ACME BREWING CO. Zeke, I'll take $23 ter the lot, an' you ,! 7 bl'autllUllbad.rooms ball tiock trees of round "' lth' !
.No. 7V'j EaU i.I .
Ht.". r can go ahead an' dig your well. That'sa w CervaDtes IIrlt,
111l'IT HOTILK 11EK11IX lOc week for the NEWS: $.50-l-ttory dwelling 415 East j
big price fer it, an' I won't take a Only Purchasing.pfflillan ry Itr"et.6 room., Grella. ,
TOWS.D&NNHEISSER. ; newly papered awl i
paloted. :
grain more not et you talk a week.

BROS Hushy sat down upon her doorstep E. W. PEAKE ..---S- 111.00olI1f Cottage Eaut city Belmont water Itrl'eta li-room I: I

when Zeke Lad gone and wiped her In perfect order. newly PIIDted, I'. ,

AFT FOR THE CELEBRATED eyes with a corner of the pink sunbonnet Electrical contractor and builder, 10JO->boule o. 10H In North Aleanll strhet. a new .,- _!,.
will do electrical work in first- Capacity 50,000 Daily. good order with 6 rooml. .
your 1I0.No. sot Ialt
lSelmollt
I I. f, Barter TOtey.Ji. "Best cape.friend I've got In the world." class style and at reasonable rates water painted a neat 1\\ room cottage Street nrwI1, city t. J.

He can be found at 30 South Palafox and renoae througbouL. {I,
said the sniffing a little, "an' got to C. E. TAYLOR I 9.OO-o.CjOEasi LalCua Iireef, .
street. Phone 203. ni'atl1 1
be separated from him by that crab- papered -room cottage In gOO4 con.. .

: H'U' e-401 H. Palafox street. i I body maw of hls'n." Brick A large ditlon flat,of large crasher lot, City walpr. .
O.lLEJTOEl.X.lL.do : Co. Artistic Shoemaker Gwehltcgs, al wplI .
lIt F.lchan -Opp. Union Depot. Once, In the edge: of a pink summer! ku Ite Kad Yiu Haa om'"* II I numbttrof .torualld omces wit EST. II

P. twilight, Zeke Armstead rode up to FIXE WORK A SPECIALTY. THOS. C. WATSON & CO. ,.i
O. "
Box 281. Pensacola Fla. Rushy Hooker's cabin. Ilushy had Ip.tue J Pine Barren Fla. Le.dlr Real Estate ,fJ./
I Phone No.23. 9 South Palafox St. Insurant ''
Phone 116-268. .. Agents 1 onth! PtUf0"Blree,, 7i}

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THE DAILY-NEWS PENSAC a.A.: FLORIDA, TUESDAY MARCH 3.19O3
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P will reconcile them. to that if in the __ _n !f=V=%?=y= I Oldest and Largest

nature of things and the nature of I Over 50 years ago. Doctors took right West Florida Agency in

man they ought to be reconciled to CAUGHT AT RANDOM"Talk

f It. And if in the nature of things hold of it. Keep their hold yet. The ESTABLISH is,;,;.

and in the nature of man time

Maond-elMi iagr'sdalthe Port m tir.OrriCE Omce. at Peolaoola, does not reconcile them, It will bea about administration reform oldest, best Sarsaparilla-Ayer's..C..Aft!.JbM.*Co..

:-Pltt'i Bonding % 1K' eodtb sign that they ought not to be reconciled ," said a gentleman "there is Hoooiles
= --- BFOS.INSURANCE
"tox itreet. apUlri. to it and that some other -- -- ----- - ---=
; one thing that the mayor should give ------- -- -- -- -- --

THE NEWS PUBUSHINC CO. mode of life for them must be de- bis attention to, and that is tne out town. In front of my place an old DISPLAYED .

vised. rageous blowing of steam whistles seedy traveller carrying two large A

Terms: Invariably in Advance. "Now. my friends, having said early in the morning when a laboringman grips, was encountered. The old fellow

M. Tear by Hall__ ..- 15 ivax what I thought to say on this question is just getting the best of his looked at the 'jackies' a short

Monini _____._ IOM 00 perhaps I may be Indulged in night's rest. One in particular and while, then threw down his satchels ROLL JF BILLS
WMk by Carrier Payable Monday 10 that, although life politically and I hand with AND
my which I now have in mind is in the and extended his horny

I IJnrtitingtares Furnished on Application personally has been a life of almost east side and certainly has a discordant the exclamation: 'Gee whiz! I sure -

i constant strife with the leaders of sound; but that makes no dif didn't think I'd' meet anybody from INTERESTING EVIDENCE ADDUCED REAL ESTATE

TELEPHONE NO. 118.P3KBAOOLA the Southern people :yet as I grow ference. Rather it seems to impel Indiany way down here. I'm from ,

eider I have learned not only to respect I the man at the cord to pull longer i Idiany myself, shake; and while the IN THE MAYOR'S COURT 301) South .'...Iafo'trl''t.

and esteem, but to love the and oftener. That whistle is not the old man laughed until the tears THIS MORNING. .

UNION EE virtues which make the down his reddened cheeks
great up only one that is a source of serious coursed I Phone Zo:. PEXSACOU.

strength as they make the glories of complaint, as severaj in different the sprightly sailors were walking _. >;I!', ''. .- FU

the free states. Their love of home; parts of the city greatly disturb rapidly up the street mentally con Two rolls of banknotes, one $tO:: -

MAEOH 3, 1903 their chivalrous respect for women; tired men and women. A suppres jecturing what they had run against." and the other of $250: were displayed

their courage; their delicate sense sion of either of these evils would, "Did you glance into Apostle's res in the police court this morning by G1IXEUAL AJ i\TS:

John D. Stetson is now a "muchly of honor; their constancy, which can be much appreciated by numerous taurant at any time last night?"

sued" man-pursued, as it were. abide by an opinion or a purpose or persons and Mayor Jones would asked a friend. "If so, you would Deputy Marshal Sanders when he The Equitable

an interest for their state through make a decided hit for public favorif have seen at one time over a dozen testified in a case wherein Louisa Deal

A great many of the counties in adversity and through prosperity this is done." tables filled with oysters and other and Phyllis Lebrey white women

Louisiana Mississippi and Arkansas through the years and through the eatables and around each sat from were defendants against charges of : Life Assurance SocietyOf
generations, are things by which the "The newspapers got left in a lit.
have gone wet. four to seven sailors. \Ve don't feed I I
people of the more mercurial North tie transaction which occurred at the this high on shipboard' gleefully ex being dangerous and suspicious char the United States

; We have always heard that talk may take a lesson. And there is police station Sunday night which il[ plained one when I spoke to him" acters.A I IIENKY n. HI'DY, r.mmt.r

al was cheap but somehow that Stetson another thing-covetousness, corruption reports are true, came near disrupting young white man who has before :

University talk is about to cost I i the low temptation of the police force," remarked a "While there has been all sorts of been in the police court was also a 1 f 'Strongest in the World.
defendant. lie said he would behave
somebody right smart. money has not yet found any placein party last: evening. "From what I 1 visitors here recently, there has beenno
the marshal wanted to himself in the. future and his name
our Southern politics. gather place crowd from which the city will !HG\WFIY
nOT THE BEST ? '
t" The Pensaeola News in its new ""Now my friends we cannot afford certain policemen where he wanted derive such intellectual benefit as for that and other good reasons is

Mergenthaler dress looks'as pretty asa to live, we don't wish to live them. The night captain rebelled, that which we will bring here in not used for the present. -

f fascinating school girl of sweet and we do not live, in a state of estrangement and the upshot of the whole affair June" remarked an observing railroad The youngster was bound over to : THE MERC1flS>>

sixteen in the spring time.-Tampa from a people who possess was that Captain Frank threatened man last evening. "You have the county. authorities, but wag later

Tribune. these qualities.: They are friendsof to quit. This seemed to be no surprise released as his feeling and injured
already informed the public what the
of horning flesh to Credille who calmly accepted father .refused to make an affidavit TnaNsFEn CO
ours; born our ; influx of strangers will develop from i
The importance of good roads i is of our flesh; blood of our blood the resignation. Then the cap and therefore it is not news but you against him.

realized by everybody, but how to and whatever may be the temporary tain wanted an excuse for the night may positively state that there has The women who are new arrivals Having been awarded tin i- ..?:

get them; that's the rub. Better error of any Southern state, I, for and was accommodated. Later, it is resided on Intendencia stfeet and for carrying the U. S. Mail bt t*.
been left unturned not a plank to I
roads and better streets too, are one if I have a right to speak for told, he came back with the mayor said they had Known the young man the L.i.. Depot and Pint OC:
make of this gathering one of the I and also the exclusive bappss*' IV,
needed.Mr. :Massachusetts say to her 'Entreatme and assumed his official duties. It is most important in the city's history." but a week. One of them said he Iffje on all train entering tt,. ( .

J. P. Morgan has to not to leave thee nor to return further rumored that Frank came in came there and presented her with I we are prepared to trait-(. r II, -c _
1- gone from following after thee. For and signed the pay roll, but Credille $2U; and later gave her $-10:1: in paper I,; and prts-prKois tll and trout all
Cuba and the newspaper fellows are Sample bottle. of Dr. Kilmer' i teU. residences and train- U,4\ .i
where thou goest I will go, and scratched it off and finally the mayor .money to keep for him until he called .
trying to guess what he went there R w alii 1'- H rut, the great kidney liver i night.Vealsoconducta
where thou stayest I will stay also. was called in to settle the matter. for it. The big sum had been entrusted
' for. It seems most likely that he and bladder remedy, aro heiui rli..
Prcllhpt & E 1iali1
eirice GI
went down there to buy the island And thy people shall be my people: Credille upon advice or word of the tributed here froml.ouse. free. Have the young man for deposit I C ras e ,

and thy God my God'." mayor made no further objection and received out? but he performed the fool-hardy trickof \ Freight Delivery

The Gainesville Sun prints a picture everything is tranquil for the present you -- -- --- turning it over to the women who ., Bu
of a newspaper graveyard but you can't tell what will happennext GENTRY'S STREET PARADE: were attired in the richest of clothing | able machinery I'rtees.relephone.aujWuruiture. at Kea-on-
I I
L} wherein appear the graves of nine ACCIDENT AT and you may rest assured (I when they appeared in the police j your orders to F I H

victims of sunstroke. This is positively something else will come out of it." Finest Procession of Trained Animalsin court. I,1 Pou's Livery Kubles Phone .11 or

>t the last joke about that gra\e- "Speaking of the marshal" retorted the World. In making her statement, one of ; Mrs. H. H. Hallmark's. ReMiMir
Phone 354.MERCHANTS.
yard.A a listner "Credille has had a them became real impudent and was
THE NAVY YARDNEGRO The street parade given this season I i
tough time in his official career andit given a hard "calling down' by Mayor TRANSFER co..
Chicago preacher has administered by Gentry Brothers famous trained :I
Jones who informed her that if !
is all because he has not the backbone :I :
animal exhibition: is in with IRS.H.H.HALL'of.\HI\.l'wp.:
a hot roast to Hettie Green keeping :
to maintain his authority He she was not more respectful he would
1r for foreclosing a mortgage on a EMPLOYE TOOK A DROP allows everybody to boss him and I the performance which takes place delay her intended trip to Atlanta. HARRY HALLMARK: Trailer! \, t

church in that city-she thought (i under the white tops. By the parade The arrests were made by Deputy L.A N. U. K, Co.,I',am, l> 4 A '
a FROM BIG DRY DOCK AND WILL finally when he does not resent anything ;
they should render unto Hettie the I'the performance can be judged. Between I
Sanders few moments
44 all turn against him and he Marshal a previous
things that lU-uie's. DIE FROM EFFECTS. 11 o'clock and ndon Saturday
are
o of the 11
to the departure
, is glad to get out alive it s'ems.i i I I
TIN;
! March the will
morning, 7th parade o'clock train last night. !
sometimes
He is not making any I'' I
+t= -If we had such a depth of water pass through the principal streets of I II
About 10:20 I o'clock this
Into our harbor as you have here at I William Mabry: a colored morning employeat and friends he will by have this to vacillating assert his policy rights, IVnsacola. Xo traveling exhibition of More Riots. i I I J JcY A O GCki h y CQ
kind has a finer collection of animals
1'onsacola, we would han a city of the ). lost his balance any I
nararl and authority should he Lope for Disturbances of strikers are not
more than a lOU.Unu' said l a Jacksonville and no other trained animal
while working on one of the loftyshies >
. I as an individual disorder -
any success in June next. i I i nearly as grave \\"lIIJIl..a
show can boast of so many beautiful ;and
the other and l haveno
man day, we :
i of the big i Spanish dry dock andfell ) I I of the system. Overwork loss'
cunsen-a.1 minaturc chariots, carriages, wagons Kctail (lroc(-rIIIIHJI'ITHS -.
doubt his estimate was
to the basement landing on hisht'ad Chaplain Rice of the battleship of sleep, nerv.fis tension will be followed |
will
tive. 0 Mid buggies. But as the parade :
( KM;
11. Massachusetts is a man who has tell its own story in its own way the"en'ra by utter collapse, unless a reliable -!:

{r The peace olficers: up hi Lynn, being lie was crushed horribly and !bruised laid wide, the skull the welfare of every man on the shipat I(I public is invited to act as inspectors remedy is immdiately employ. I Family, Fancy and Staple
open efficient to
I heart, and provides reading matter ed. There's nothing so
and critics and to judge for
: Mass., deny that there are or have causin the brain matter to oo.etherefrom. Kidneys I .'" Groceries <
for the five hundred. Yesterdayhe cure disorders of the Liver or j t
itself to its magnificence and .1
been any disorders in their town. i as
e was ashore and arranged for sev as Electric Bitters. It's awon- .
beauty Eleven o'clock is: ta? ap- and All IindIf I-
.I They construe such acts as the Up-to-date inGoods.
Mabry was quickly! to the :
conveyed tonic anJ effective nervineand
hundred copies of The News to derful .
I feral who miss
those it
I hour and
poiiited
throwing of ink and over-ripe henJ I marine hospital and given the best
s he sent on the Massachusetts[ each the greatest all around medicine'for
blan0 cue but tho'Tiaoi.x-i.: \\> am Hole Distributors fit \\ .'
fruit into ladies faces or ou their can
i
treatment but message late this afternoon
I a afternoon. The bluejackets appreciate !I run down systems. It dispels Florid for the Celebrated I'4' clothes as mere 1laulnl'ss. said! he was in a dying condi the consideration of this official II Nervousness Rheumatism and i Monde Coffee Sweet Howe MI "-

tiun i For Over Mity YearsMRS. Malaria : scs, Illini and Climax: Flour. H.! v
and hold him in the highest; esteem. !I Neuralgia and expels germs.
The New York World, is authorityfor : WINKLOW'B hlMiTIIINO hTRt h"ibvpo Delieates'eaGerman) r I
lIe is one of the most popular Only 5i'c' and satisfaction guaranteed ,, Fond Co.'s Canned Meat
Ktr: An
:I used foruvvruxty years by mllllocbolmothcri ,
the statement that in the Kansas;: !
Christian educators in the i W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist, of which
DO YOU KNOW navy. for their chiIz ron v'lids leutli.DR. by are wild by nil Jir-t 1-1.
!1 City convention of limit! nine states When his ship left New York he had I with pxilfct "Ucce &. It &(,Olho'l HIt child 121: S. I'alafox street. ; Retail Grocers in the city.

out of the thirteen known as the HEF.KMAN LUMBER CO. hun in stlK'k't'r 20fMM( of I rotten" the gams.ftlUjs nil paincure wine ,
copies papers I I ITOTHItnHUI" U02-UOI MU'lII I'\I-\I-O
.lr solid South were opi>o.sed to the 1C t large ?t<'i'k of drer-srd ituddiup colic and la the best remedy for Uinrriionait I II
from that city and supplements, all OAR DAV
little IUtJ..tl't 1mmediately.
1 free silver and four and tUet their b tort will r..llb"8 the poor i
to fallacy, only j"i prices <- I
of which are dealt out sparingly to Bold by Iruggrtr In"V"tY pan Take LaratlveIrouoQulnlneTablt-R All >:
were in favor of it. Where was Florida hu 'iIiK. rtlfj 1m the crew of hungry readers "Theyall of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle dru iBts rtfnni the money if it alls to PENSACOLAPressing
,,'. ''
' cu'e J>: W. lUov tlguuture lion.
at? Be tare you ask for "31 r>.Inflow's Booth fcic. .
want something to keep them box.
DAMON LODGE log Syrup. and Ink DO othor kind.
Pleasant A. Holt, the all around busy and devour everything readable. -I ; ClubFOR
WILL MEET TONIGHT.
Jacksonville politician dosu't! seem For that reason I endeavor to supply You can get your house '

e[ to be having such a jolly time as his Damon Lodge Xo. 13 will hold regular their reading wants" modestly explains I furnished complete with Horse SalePensaeola : CENTlEMEN.

name would indicate. He is one of meeting tonight at which time the good man. elegan, furniture at .A ar-
I
+ those fellows who doesn't! know ston % Quina's on easy jay- 'A T< I
work in page degree will be done. A widely known Palafox street
''I when he's b('lt.-Madison Recorder.It I ments weekly or monthlyHot One Dollar Per MonthIn
The representatives to the Grand jeweler is responsible for the following !
.til nay be just because he can't letgo Stables
; his lIolt. Lodge will be present and they wish : Advance to Membership
"Saturday afternoon two !;/'amt'lfrom Waffles with I Clothes
a full attendance and expression of French Cleaned and Prpspdoften .
the Indiana were Walking up Florida Cane atSolaxnon's. as desired Your Clotffnt
Louisiana Syrup
exposition :
The great; ] opinion from the members as to theneeds
the street leisurely, taking in the ? for and delivfrfd. Call
St. Louis next year will afford a 10 head Fine Horses
9)2l'huth) 1'ubfox ,
of the order at the Crane : aud Join
wonderful opportunity to Florida to Club.
Lodge; to be held in Jacksonville on for Sale Cheap at the :
make her advantages known. The
,t4 Knowledge gained; by the experience March 11. e.....N...............0. Pensacola fctables. Call Latei'!; Plan ftirts a f jecielli

of ten years ago; at Chicago will be at onco and them. Yours for
t see Neat ues.
: of great service now. l'\'( r'one from The flut.pt In e "l umbrella? in th J ISf3t
the state who saw our exhibit at .' I N CK'S 1 ..............o..a...CoeC..: G. W. IRWIN.Hot
vMtyisat i J. I. S:< P'I-U. tin look --- ....... .
. 1 that time, as managed by Mr. Jack. I at them. 0
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iI son. wants no more of tint character. I : : ...A SPECIAL... : >,v V""YvvvvvvBEST

A cheap and iil-conceivod exhibit I ..t'+e...:...0/.. .'Atb..+Q : i I Chocolifo with

for a great state at such a Distress BOOKS CHEAP. j Whipped Cream t Solo

f I place does more harm than good. BILL OF FARE > mon's.

A "Tho prpnr Mbtl.v of mankind H imiin. i
." IU d the work f-f greet mate *
SENATOR HOAR ON THE SOUTH. lifter EatingNausea O.I I II.. g of iMTnture are 'imply! nm-!. / .,
: ." HAS BEEN SELECTED FOR THE .".* I ,. bis nay and fn ttudy.bi' tu"Cc14. rvcdirecl JN ]J Jni'irtxtiy STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

+ An Extract of His Chicago Speech I between meals : '" ever "t lb" Inmost
1 belching, vomiting I Ii l'U6 Et -

ipi That Touches Race Conditions.A flatulence, tits of nervous heart! Mardi Gras Season 2S s I .F. tb...nghteotth.grtatheartswithouttuUmacy Skim. It vita will. inoft *. 1.itween IVnmcoia! and Milton-"K:
of Senator llotr'sspeech&e lMHtk e. hut III-1 are iu"Aiit t- hft read I
portion j j ache, pain in the Fiornach, are al 1 2I 1 I If'and re-rehd, dift-d and lliougbtovtr I Itur.k"CITY Uaiiy IX'I" "unday.
other day bef ire the Union symptom of ly jiop-ii, and the longer : .\C." AND bURING THE VISIT OF THE oM ,II. toulels.ortbjour HO-H-*'loa of a than l.... rmliy llii: reading good-

League Club of Chicago, that was I .,. OF TAMPA."
.fa burirtrtl'jth
it is neglected the hanlor it is to cure it.Hood's .
overlooked in the telegraph report : f -BATTLESHIPS.artFish .v Milton..6J'am "
touches in interesting fashion on Sarsaparillaand : I 10 vol. Thzc1r;ray; $2.35 <4 "Pea.aeolatp)1Hn LvtVonHroIa.l Ar Milton tJ

race conditions\ in the South. Corn Pills Game, Fruits and Vegetables in Season : i > 13 rill. En err, S3 00. Vare.eoe; Round trip.it ari,

Ing from a Massachusetts man,, &

highly honored by the. country, the Radically and permanently cure it- < j: Served in All Styles 2 I 1 13 voL Scott, $3.00. 4 j I
strengthen and tone the stomach and JEWELER IN HIS
following words have unusual significance I
: other digestive organ for the natural i -- e ': 3 mi. fiihjjaf! $1.00. i
.
I < '
"I know how sensitive our Southern .o performance of their' functions. 0 And a number "f attractive oinr' NEW STAND
I S Dining Room for &; ., t volume for all as..., are jeducrij .ft'
friends are on this matter of so o i Accept no substitute for Hood's. : < s;; 2''! outing lhi houe-, Itan ne .,,1('. .Jl.
I \ T, .> "-,m" .pfnntd: taiicv K'.nd that / i' -_
clal equality and companionship, andI I had dyspepsia twpr.ty-Gve ,
years and IDA hohta .1 i fla'.gnl-.t6! '0"J!jj '
think 1 might say: fairly andproperly lock different medicines bat got no help! I t s n'.'hill'-! fituni. u' .'!..' ir *' !u, colJ[ i I have movpd .
Ladies i EXc1Usivc1 'Ii my Jwwc Icy
I until: I jr lar n> d cfiff ti..je.in-l I :itike Make J !
i began takr; Hood's < <
and Snrsapariila
that perhaps I have a o 3 excellent birth Uy p'.U.. A j jGOE'S \2f South Pal tfox, form 'r '
right: to say it-that it is not WiSE" ; lIat.1l'n four buttles of this medicine o T pied TI'Lai & .
I -- - 0 by Co., a-.l!
and can now cat almost
for the people of the North to undertake .. anything, sleep BOOK STORE \ ,
: better prepared than
I well have WITH ever ti
no crumps in my stomach, no 'I : BUFFET SUPPLIED CHOICEST oIl ,
to deal rashly or even to judge
and great bargain: ? in dUmonJs-
burning '
no iistress. ilea \rmi i I *""""""""" ";,"', i
tastily of a feeling so deeply implanted '. G. IHBsm. 14 OlnejSt.., ProvUenre }> I : OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. : > < jewelry, etc. Call and see WI
213 Sonib Palafox
in their bosoms. I Hood's Sarsaparilla promises: to" II L Street y let me convince you.

Time, the great reconciliator,, cure and keeps the promise. L.ItN......,.o+ .......NI.IN.ItRhNON .LA.A A A A AAAA I J. i. dTEPHIsNd.


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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY. MARCH. 3. 1903. .nI


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THE FEAR OF HUMBUG FUGLER Hopeless and Almost Dying, +K. 0.0'NEAL, President CTo. 8008. M. E. CLARK, Cashier; i,,.r. ,

B. I. FOSHEEVice-Preeident; JOHN PFEIfFER, Ant Cashier.
prevents Many People From Tryinga Mrs. Grinnett is Saved byPaine's


c; '( inaci troubles Good Medicine.are so common SELLS OUT TO CeleryCompound AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK m

a'l' in most cases so obstinate toCure OF PENSACOLA, FLA. I
are apt to look with 1
that people '

,!a=?icion on any remedy claiming toe J.P.ANNOUNCEMENT. MORCAN Designated Depository of the United States. I 1'

J; a radical, permanent cure for Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb. D, 1003 Ii

dv.opsia and indigestion. Many such The Only Spring: Medicine That Oan RESOURCES.
n'je themselves on their acuteness OF THE MOST LIABILITIES. J '
P Positively Guarantee Health and Loaasand Discounts..... ............ .. ... (336,072.95Demand Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... J200.OOU.00 '. vr \
1:1: never being humbugged, espec- MOMENTOUS RAILROAD DEAL Loans...... ...... .. .... .... .. .... 1228C654Orerdrafts Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00
i'y: in medicines.This New Life to Weak Diseased ...... .... ............ ........ .... 1,16002 Undivided Profits. ..... ...... .... ..... .... 690.76 'f.t.
fear ot being humbugged can OF A DECADE WAS MADE ON U. S. Bonds and Premiums... ...... ...... 213.Ho6.87 Circulation...... ....... ...... .... .... .... 125,000.00Stocks
in fact, that and Froken I'own Men and securities, etc... ........ ,.... .. ... 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid,...... ....., ...... ..... .. 180.00
Ii< carried to far, so far AUTHORITY IN ATLANTA YES- Women. Furniture nj Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6.71848 Deposits...... ...... ...... ...... .. .... ....,. 565,549.31}
racy:: people suffer for years with TERDAY.J. Cash and Exchange; ........... ... ... ...... 223.17021 r
"iak digestion rather than risk a Another marked and positive victory :

and money in faithfully Pierpont Morgan In behalf of the for Paine's Celery Compound!
,, '1': time of I II Another marvelous example of life- Total...... .... .... ...... .... ...... ...... $911,420.10 Total.... .... ,... .... ...... .... .... .. .. .. $911,420.10 *
made
the claims a prepar- Southern railroad, has purchased the K
'Kin? I saving! This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patrouage and we will give ''
a'on su reliable and universally used j entire Flagler system of hotels and Mrs Kate Crinnett, a popular and four business prompt, courteous and careful attention. i
Dyspepsia Tablets. I well known in Germa-
lady residing
js gmari'a; Smart's Dyspepsia Tablets 'Ia I railways in Florida, paying as a pur nia, Sabine Co., Ark., who expectedto 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. .
-'A' ,
I It chasing price 50000000. die is made well and strong bynature's
in
', 'jr different one Important I I
:a.
health restorer after the
from ordinary proprietary I In This announcement of the most if
.ft best efforts of a faithful physicianhad "
:" ':., ,r., ., fur the reason that they I momentous railroad' deal of the de- failed. This victory, and the :' B. H. FAIRCHILD, I II] >-STST F G. w. & co: 'G. W. & CO'O ,)

medicine 1' scores of wonderful cures wrought
secret patent ; no
,
!
r a cade made last night by T. C. UPHOLSTERER
was
arl'J ,, made of their ingredients, from week vo week by Paine's Celery !
Doyle, chief clerk in the traffic de- Compound, create a confidence in the 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. GREEN WATSON & CO.
i! : aw/-is:: shows them to contain (great spring medicine that is endur ]
;K u': :rat digestive ferments, pure :'partment of the East Coast lino at ing and far reaching. At this sea 'aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture aSpecialt ,

a", ..1' jnpsin, the digestive acids, ,:Jacksonville Mr. Doyle spent yesterday son Paine's Celery Compound res ,. 1 l lg

bismuth, bydrastis and cues and permanently cures young Photo 485. See Our Display of $ : j;
C, ; a :Sal., in Atlanta as a guest of the Piedmont and old who are weakened and broken I

r. ,\ TV: :> are nut cathartic, neither hotel, leaving last night for down by disease; it never fails; I

I." .:, ., i.1 t powerfully: on any organ, i,. that the big its virtues: are all-powerful even at R. K. WHITE, II ..New and Stylish Fabrics... :
lIe stated
Jacksonville.
the eleventh hour. Mrs. Grinnett,
';.. ( ire indigestion on the com- I Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler I I''
.. ., the food deal whereby Morgan would get exclusive thankful for renewed health and & For Wear. '
r. .,- i plan: of digesting strength; writes thus:- and Graduate Optician, Ii Early Spring
oj' :. i.i'numbly before it has time control of the Flagler interests 'Last September I was very ill and ; gp J' : t
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; ':..' n'. sour and cause the misT was now a certainty and that the thought I was going:: to die. I was 1& faith PtUfox lit, & \ Flaudng's : SILKS IN THE SNAPPY AND NEWEST EFFECTS.Loutsine !
I'
lifeless and heart would a }
:.; Lthe only secret of cold and my 1. .1Dl'RIKO .1I
formal transfer would in all likelihood flutter and shake like a leaf. I had iKc Best de SUne. Crepe de Shine Libcnl. I'oago, Kuulard',Etc O
;, i far $c.
i i be made at an early date. i cold sweats, so profuse that my garments :; j {l
,r' ipills) never have and would be wet. I had paines in f ) I
i 1:1 cure and, i Whispers and rumors of this announcement 'my shoulders and arms, at times so DRESS GOODS IN THE LIGHT AIRY EFFECTS. '.. 1 I':
: 'f.1
tr./al.les\ : because they act have been going the severe that I was obliged to use We are the only furniture Ii Voi!., Ktermlnes. Mlnstrtls, I.onsdowns, Etc fi
"
t : The doctor said m yliver
j morphine. who
in the carry
mi the bowels: whereas then ': j rounds for some time, but heretoforethe was in bad condition. lie treatc'd dealers city }

., 1 \.ublc is really in thedyspepsia i deal has been only in the air and 1''me for quite a long time, but I only I a complEte line of china WASTINCS. 4

,, I i' got temporary relief. 1 heard of : cases and sideboards. We o
tablets taken t' not in reality. The announcement ;Paine's Celery Compound and bought I wadras.OcfordsPlain. iigurei.Strip-ti and Damme Kffects.
i sell them fur cash or on
t'inade' yesterday by Mr. Doyle is: more, :'a bottle of it, used it, but the only :a
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food. Thati :
: t.s digest the .
I
change I experienced was an appetiteI1 \ paymentsJIarston ,S'
i,."- is to it. Food notI. :| significant and of greater importance! I had decided not to use the medicine I easy GRASS LINENS IN DAINTY AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS.

,ir half digested is poison: as; than flying rumors which have be- aay longer, but my .husband persuaded QUill a.-- -- '" ...

"i'-s gas, acidity, headaches, : me to try another lotttP, wnica Hot Chocolate with THE IOMIVO WKEK we will show New Lacei. Trimming*,
girdled the situation up to date. ;1 soon gave me happy results; and I ....; The Largl'ht'arl ty and: Most Beautiful Erects we bare: bad the 0 '.
rim cif the heart, loss of is one of the continued with Paine's Celery Compound Whipped Cream at Solo V Pleasure of t.-ho.'lol. 0
The Flager system If
and appetite and many other j' : until I had taken six bottles. men's._ Sea Window Display> ftr aF ew V M Tbinls S : '
'< which are often called by richest in the world, especially as regards Now I am physically a new woman; I elf .

other name. j I the hotel end of the bargain.i i:,' feel own well housework, work m and; garden am! ,gaining;do all my in CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, !"j tj 2 If

.y are sold by druggists; every. The list of structures included in the.strength and vigor'; f-ver/ day. I recommend ; No.30 South Palafox street, for your 2 i t '
.. Compound to GREEN WATSON & CO. sTG.
at oO; cents per package.KC7.KMA sale is the Ponce De Leon, worth Paine's Celery electrical work. He is prepared to <
This! i U the
tiieuus and neighbors. '

NO (:tlttSO 1'\Y. many millions and probably the most '1 I' my first time" I have ever indorsed a med- do prices.you a Phone first-class 203. job at moderate I L' W. &. CO'- rr,G. W. & CO"Yw..i

elegant hotel building in the world; !, tune
Itr
will refund your money
ur druggist J
fl\lIstocur I Klngworm,, two I '. --- -- -- -...
.. I 0 OINTMENT I the Alcazar and the Ponciana are II 1- & -\ M.A .J
1. ternldCleer.and bores.! Pimples and I ANNOUNCEMENT.Mr. .
other hotels owned by the Flagler in Regular communication D. HALE WILSON
.. -iiJi on the faze, and all tlhD dut -i ,
,. cent I John B. Vaughan has been appointed of Pensacola Lodge No. 42,
I terests. F. & A. M., at 7w: p. m..
I The price to be paid-$: /ItOOUO- agent of the News at Century 'Thursday, March 5,
1 I
''lie will receive and receipt for daily Work "in the M. M. de Real Estate and Rental Agent
F :E DESERTERS!:: extremely high by
is regarded as I and weekly! subscriptions and advcrItisements I gree. ,

WERE UP TODAY. 'prominent railroaders who under- and keep the News on hand Visiting. ; brethren are cordially invited. 1Jl2: South Palafox Street

I the situation. A well known his restaurant at all times.
dstand at TCXUOXV.. M.
B. C. )
-rs were in the police I TELEPHONE tO 24*. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA J-
local railroad officer remarked last T. H. FLEETWOOH, rc.
I having been picked Working Overtime.
( informed of the deal, that j I
nlht'hon
!: n \y
ONE
TO CI Ht \ TOLD IX 1
upon description andrent Eight hc'ir laws: are ignored; by i
in his opinion $:?:!ifIIIJ.IIIIJ would have I Tablets
:!<' ship They fair while $:30O.OU'J< those tireless: littlo i l; workers-Dr. This Take signature Laxative: JfpW Rrnmo I. Q-aintna on every ill G. DeSfln A Co.

i their vessels and been a price '.King's New: Life Pills. Millions are bux, 2ic. 19 /r ir4VKI

was much more than he would have always at work, night and day, curing I '
< .Hed $10 each for I. Hot Fr-en' h Waffles with Manufacturers 1'talers In
Cousti-
: Uiliousness
considered reasonable.: Indigestion i I I
Wallace was: found i 1 ion. :i('k Headache and all stomach Florida -"ane Syrup atolomon's }
and the Southern pat Sash Doors Blinds
However Morgan I I
< '" by officer Roach Liver and Dowel troubles. Easy,, .
railroa-1 officials: have been after the -- -------
'. .rn .d to the gunboat j. '! pleasant Fare, sure. Only 2;;c at W. The finest line of sterling silver I Shingles,

1. n\ yard. He left thatt I Flagler interests for some time and :i A. D'Alembtrie's drug store, 121 S. .roods aud silver uovelties i is to be i

weeks 1'it was probably on this account that Palafox street. hand at J. I. (Stephens'. Prices to Builders Materials
,
-"t four ago i JrXJO
the deal was finally settled\ upon at please all. '
". ',i/i-,l oy a shipmate NOTICE. --.-. ----- "
the increased amount. Brick and Lime.
ID I, the arresting offiMnejackct I The regular monthly meeting of the I We haze just received our 1 it
I t
I Scrofula is a !b.Tl thing to inheritor Camp Ward), V. C. T. \'. will be held) 1003 line of lleywood Go- Y = Telephone No. 11.. '; 't

acquire, !but there is this about it- : of Superintendent allthelatestimprovcmmts. Fi.
/ from the this evening: in the office :: Carts with -
,
Hood's Sarsaparilla! completely cureseven : Cook at iIJ.I :: Call and see : 1'I{
maKing a state .SPECIAL
'.a SALE.
I the worst cases. I I J. 'VY. FRATER, I .. .. :
: beauties-
than .
they are
.
.Mir after having been i 1 Commander ; ,',

!i''i" his vessel and be- THOMPSON, Marston' $ Quina. -AT- \ 'j,
VI1ARRIWGTONHAPPENINGS C. V. -f !(
refused to '
II;1 As ho Adjutant.

.rders, he was or- A. C. BINKLEY de..lrhli! friends n
BRAWNER'S
It Saved His Leg.P.
.r 24 hours. i aud the public to know that le has ,
Ga.,
A. Danforth of LaGrange. Moved to Unoni 508, Tbieen build

w I -- suffered for six months with a frightful in;!', where be will continue as heretofore l "

I SOCIAL NEWS FROM THAT LIVELY running sore on his leg; but a :;E'nHallaw practice To make room for my Immense Stock of Spring .

'writes that Ducklen's Arnica Salve ..- .
Rejected forinsurance I LITTLE BERG CONDENSED :i wholly cured it in five days. For -- ---- Goods, which i? now Arriving Daily. !' t

I FOR BUSY READERS. ;i UlcersVuunds! Piles, it's the best NOW OPEN : In.,

Cured I I salve in the world. Cure gauranteed. 3o> yards of 79 K 'fHleacbtd .Fill i.ht'd, I I 30 doz Men's All Wool I U"d Under- j .1t

I Only 23: cts. Sold by \V. A. D'Alem- Domptir, worth 6e, tll.. shirts, worth $I, pecjal 75c ; drawers :

t \Varrington, March 2.-Miss Rcta 1 berte, druggist, 121 South Palafox nuke room, at 4gc yard. I I to match. 1 r -t
Then j BOWLiNG ALLEY 30t)i) yards Fitchville4 4 UlenclipdDomestic 47 Ladies' Ready-to-Weir Haloy't,
Accepted. Hall of rtnsacola was the guest olI street. worth 9:, to Duke room, I I Day Skirts, worth $1.50, special gale ; '
I 9S2: each. '
dtTcyard.2500yird a\
15uckhardt on Sunday. I
Misses
the i line of aI
beautiful I
I Mrs. Cowers has a I .. L-Mi-sdah aud Fruit ..JI JD Ladies' ady-to-We-ir Rainy- .; .1 p
rp''s: i Mr. Carl I:. Meaty, who for the past' Ready-to-wear and Street Hats, which \ i Day bkirU, pu rant.fd all wool, ; Hi
IWasc rind Diabetes liO;B. H lest lutettera srat. BlfHchfd D >npstc, worth toe toi '
six months has been pay clerk) in the' she will display Wednesday, March i' mike room at !h'. ,(c yard. worth $4, !special S ': I1' 'itively Curable.! I' I Co Ladies' mack! and Colored '
2t. Opposite Ja?. Mcllu {h's. i. 10000 i Unbi'ac'.ifd: Ioj 'tH
j navy yard resigned Saturday and has s 4th. yard.I Wnr ted skirts, worth ?1CO, special 1 ; 4 .,
j mp=tie, worth lie! to mike room, at '
sale 9Ss each.
;
his home in Valdosta, Ga., ,, 4'f" ; is
left for 4 yard.
....nthor merchant tatwMi 40 'I 37 Ladies' Black Tailored/ and Figured %5
tt St., Olin }'rJnC -I''>. '! where he has a positing with a carriage PENSACOLAn.. fa 7 JO() yard 10.4 Jold IJrard S'ieptina ;! Skirts, worth |2 r.o to JC( special : ]I ,It
,, worth Isc, to mike! room, at 13? sale $Itf9to$1iM H each. t'
ruml !
having .t'n c "
t, l .s- >?- Ut-veJ incurable. I manufacturing firm. Mr. Beaty ,, SATURDAY, yard. KKJ doz Men' All Wool CameraUndershirts : r; "' !?

IW well. will be succeeded by Mr. Dubson. IOU) yard- 10 4 pppral I''eached Jhir worth $1 00. "pec'U?
( Sheetih, w..rth : hi $1; drawers to match, In White,
;: 23J!;cto in.ifeeroom,
r .t'i-e Iliad was when I The telephone central at the navy GENTRY BROS. FAMOUS SHOWS I at 183-tc yard. R.-d and Fawn colors. ".
25 d HJV'H and Oi> '_
'Z. )U' Ribbed
.'.."cp coa.pa y. Later yard has \been moved from the west ....---. 750; -Uj: 10 4 P"ppral Bleached and Fleeced Lined Undershirts 'r'R'}
at
I. iSrmd: jir.'atly. is Shpftiu. rtli :!5v:, to mike room, 1
and it
: to the northwest gate 25c; drawers match.. j
.
ail& .a lli."t't.s! I gate 21) 1
a ? at J y.ird.Rain'mbT:
,a iliJ. The sugar w.uii that the telegraph office will 0 jBUg$ -SX- I 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and it" ,I
t I probable 2 wtcarry a full line of Red All Wool Undershirts at COc ,
V. ;
jh'r day. # ,.
.' t'." Patios fomnnnad! t i be put in the same neat building -> 'r S4'S m r*>ii. il Boys' Pant, from 3 to 16 age, at f I drawers to match. {t !fl'
it .
prices to MI evrfbudr.70doz We" ,
carry a full line of Ladies' i w'
,
t-, lll..a'Orniaa jajwr. It,1l' I which has been erected for the purpose MPD'S Heavy French N'ckMurat.u Men'* and Boy'a and Oirl Shoes 1 tj
x.
I, Undershirt", special 20c; that we taD Rave you 25c ou. ..t
ion' !a';la to Improve ,
Jra\\'r+ 'n match. Rp.mE'mbp.r-We carry a full line '
i Wn" IM !got \\ell.'rpy The tug \Vaban has been placedout Ilk) !!oz Mfr.V FI...eed Lined Un- or :''tf'n' Clothing Hougnt at 60c on s"" \

1 A a* well.Tor t.f' f of commission and her crew : dfr.hirt=, worth 60c. special Sic; dollar. \\'e will clo-e: them out at ; "lti\: II
drawers toJ m t teh jut !4 pric off other merchants
;
,
.j oallj'., transferred to the tug Accomac
\ \ ->t-ru of Minneapolis.u .
'\.,, which will take the \Vaban's place
; ulicy; Is No. ;.Yi.OVi, and
towing for the navy yard. Wo will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress II')

., r aJe .'ne.** K.V.. Atsinger nas opened a new ,

mattas 41bum,'a an-ily or &Ugar.ts. report-Therrnp' grocery store in Varrington on :Main Ib Goods at New York Wholesale Prices. ,

.'. i. ,
street.
-S.,-. H ,law%?was tUI"f'"f T. S. C. |I i ACENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS. E
h.tug g'.T-a on tiy throe <
."' t" her Gldre s.
I II RmEltcr *! flcp:
". ,' t>m Itdcht'x J"bra-e THE EAST END .
''.!If, Out *7 l>er oi ct. arerdrr F.E.BBIWB J
the 1 thou t"" mM DEMOCRATS! TO MEET.
.!- tulney OU.PIUIL I ,

.'-.t.ut.j i.l H-J>>a-t tI.t'ct'ou'>i ami nKi-uit it !ill th-as, i The East En-l Democratic club will:! I.. toy S. Pilafoz St. I : Ii

".''., .r .'n. ...1,. emm:1rn 10. ".t. hold a regular monthly meeting: tats Two Complete Exhibitions at :2 and 8 p. m. ,
( 'y.aania.
l.Ir1iln:
evening; at 7:3': o'clock. It will be to :; i i.
I' 2o-tti\Mi M--.W rEWLT.Ki THM \U\H-SO Laxative JromoCarts 2uinine !:,
of member to bevrest'nt J .
the interest every on
\\11! ) .. every '
BFt ? & G Tab
; Alt-New Street Pua1eat w a. m. Two Baadi of Music. ) lUer.ug -
lranJ aCold'mOneDay,Crip ia 2 Dy ..
for Pt 1l ,tCOI1. and see what will happen. I leal DiIJnti'l py4 boa 25c .

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THE DAILY NEWSi PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA -TUESDAY. MARCH 3, 1908FOLEY'S

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Freak .1 Flc.rei. ?

Some person of a mathematical turn

of mind has discovered that the multiplication -

of OS7C54321 (which you will Best for medicinal uses

observe, are simply the figures 1 to

9, inclusive, reversed by 43; gives 44444 ,- i

,441,445.: Reversing the order of the
and multiplying 12345C7S9: ; by 43; Your physician wm ten yon that you should always nave some rOOd whlskf In the
digits house. For accidents tainting spells,exhaustion and other emergency eases it re..tTe&
we gnt a result equally curious-viz, have whiskey whiskey for
f and revives. But you must good pure poor lI'hbkprlkIuttr ted
5:;;.:;:.;jjir.ro.; If we take 12343C7$0! as whiskey,may do decided harm. ILElt WHISKEY Is Juxt slut you need rr it san
the multiplicand antI Interchanging: the direct from our own distillery to you. with all its original strength richness anal taa
carrying a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARANTEE of !
ITR
figures in 43: so as to make them read ITY and AGE and saving the dealers'enormous profits. We have over a quarter of i
KIDNEY CURE r>4, use the last number aa a multiplier, minion satisfied! customers. exclusively family trade who know It Ii bet for IIII'G. Hal
the result will be GGCOGOG.GUt He- purposes and prefer it for other uses. That's way YOU should try it Your money tack: i ir

turning to the multiplicand OS7C34321 you are not aatlsf1ed.Direct

and taking M as the multiplier again

the result will be 53,333,333,334, all 3'sexcept from our distillery to YOU

Guaranteed for All Kidney and Bladder Troubles. Is Safe and Sur.FOLEY'S together the read first 54 and-the last multiplier.figures, which TakIng SITU Dialirs Profits Privutt Adulteration I """"

the same multiplicand and 27, the

half of 34 as the multiplier, the product -

., is tjjj.OO.G67, all G'a except the

KIDNEY CURE first and last figures, which together HAYNER WHISKEY

.f///d/. read 27-the multiplier. Now Interchanging -
cures the most obstinate cases of the order of the figures 27

1 and using 72 instead as a multiplier
and bladder diseases. I PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE
kidney
and OS7C34321 as the multiplicand we

It supplies the kidneys with the FOLEY'S 1! get as a product 71,111,111,112. all 1'a
/1 except the first and last figures which FULL $0 !0 EXPRESS

Substances they need to build up together read 72-the multiplier. 4 :

the worn out tissues. QUARTS 3 PREPAID
> TinSiin'n Distance.In .
It will cure Bright's Disease and K I order to calculate the linear velocity *

of the earth in its orbit we must TTe wm lend you FOUR FULL Q ART MOTTLES of HAYXEITS PEVEXYEAKOLO -
Diabetes if taken in time, and a RYE for U,20. and tse will pay the express charges. Try it and
first know its distance from the sun. If you don't find it all right and as good as you ever used or can buy from
;ii slight disorder yields readily to the Cures Used If we can measure the earth's velocity anybody else at any price send it back at our expense and your 13.20 will be
returned to you by next mail Just think that offer over. How could it be
wonderful curative of this ;' the s-un's distance can be computed. It fairer If you are not perfectly satlstled you are not out a cent Better let us
I power the velocity can be determined with send you a trial order. If you don't want four quarts yourself net a friend to
Acute by the join you. Shipment made in a plain sealed case ith nomarkswlihow 'hat.sIw.ilie.
4 great medicine.It I great accuracy, the resulting value of .
the sun's distance is proportionatelyprecise. Orders for Ariz.,Cat, Col.,Idaho, Mont Vev.,N.MPT, Ore.,Utah.Wa'h.
sooths and heals the urinary or U'yo. must be on the basis of 4 Quarts for .',00 bv IxPI't'btf
or l\lost I The methods of spectroscopy Vrepaid or SO quarts for 16.OO by freight repaid
y and invigorates the \vhole have been so far improved that we are
organs
; Write our nearest once and do it NOW. ,

31 system. If your kidneys are deChromc Skillful / within measurable the solar parallax distance by of spectra determining THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY


ranged, commence by taking D Special. f scopic observations. It any star near ATLANTA- C.DAYTON, OHIO( ST. LOUIS, Ma ST. PAUL MINN.
Kidney the zodiac be observed with the spectroscope -
I at the two seasons when its lil DlSTTLLSBT, TROT 0. ESTABUSHID ISM.

IStS longitude differs from that of the sun

andBladder by 'JU degrees, we can deduce not only ._ -
= :: -
FOLEY'SKIDNEY for.all I the velocity of the star, but also the ,

N I mean velocity of the earth In its orbit :

Spectroscope observations of stl'l1ar"e. WICKS&Co.Plumber
Kidney .
locity in the line of sight are now so I Igood I

Dis- that the value of the solar distance :

.4 CURE and which may be had on the principle I' Gas and Steam Fitter.

: t eases E described is at least of the same II ,
Bladder order of accuracy as values derived .
at once. It will make
: you well. from older methods.--Evangellst. rI I r No. & South Palafoz fttreet.

.rl A Physician Healed, Now Prescribes It Dally DiSa' -A-Night Alarm." All Kind (I. Plumbing and (*v PitHi)uu Materials Kept or. Nan dL

Worse than an alarm of fire at : r t;'''t4.Yt.' A LM a ..'....
; Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physician at Smith's j
::t. Grove, Ky., for over thirty years writes his personal oDatanfeed Y eases night is the brassy cough of croup,

;{ experience with FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE: "For years which sounds like the children's
f I have been greatly bothered with kidney and bladder: :
knell, and it means death unless
\. trouble and enlarged prostate gland. I used everything rn SAMUEL CHARLES,
, known to the profession without relief,until I commenced something is done quickly. Foley's ..
:1" to use FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. After taking three hot- r Honey and Tar never fails to give \
" ties I was entirely relieved and cured. I prescribe it now instant relief and quickly cures the BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
dily in my practice and heartily recommend its '
use to all
for such frcugjJ worst forms of croup. Mrs.P. L. Cor- .L REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
physicians troubles,for I can honestly state I have
t prescribed it in hundreds of cases with perfect success." tl dicr, Mannington, Ky., writes:

"My three year old girl had a se'recase Findingt'ilal
: Had to Gat Up Several Times Every Night ': 614. i07 SO I'III .Uuox 4'qUl'- : .
of croup; the doctor said she

.3 gip' Mr. F. Arnold: Arnold, Ia., writes : "I was troubled : could not live. I got a bottle of Faey's
'. / I (
, with kidney disease about three I '
years. was nervous PaEPAJUD; ONLY IIY Honey and Tar; the first dose J. E. DUIHJISSOX t9 BROTHERM
and all run down, and had to get up several times during I ,
' the night, but three bottles of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE FOLEY COMPANY' I gave quick relief and saved her life."
4 effected a complete cure. .1 feel better than I ever did Refuse substitutes. W. A. D'AIem- i iI j ;OIL\EIt l'HHOX..\ .\: > l\nxUl'\'I: : :o.'fHt.t1'oo.
/ :
and recommend it to friends." 1//r CHICAGO ILLINOIS ::: I
r my .i u.s.A. I berte, 121 S. Palafox street i Healm in

+ ---- --- -.--. --- -
j. TWO SIZES 50c and M/ -
$1.00 //
f.C Choice Staple and Family Groceries, o c

W. A. D'ALEMRERTK, Xo. l2l S. Palafox "Ht. OPERAHOUSE I
Our Goods uro Received Fresh Daily. They lire too tmuy to enumerate,
! I - -- -- --- ---- ---- -- I. and are Warrant- to bo the Best the Market AH.>rd< and can be
J. ): I. COi, )Ialla} ('r. lleli'd I on.V'e can Duplicate any Order GIVII us During the
I j THE COOKBOOK. J"llo""y and It* ('nre.While I! POLITENESS IN JAPAN.
I
I Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Part of the City.
a wife may win her) huhantl'4l'Oulhl'IICl' ;
; .. To boil cream the day Ix-fore enhances she must never attempt to Even "ClTlntc Notice" .. Made an Occn.lou ONVEDN( : OS-LY: : COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.

t.'" the richness of the coffee into I furoe it. She mint In some way let of (onipliiurnti. ; Y, MAR 4

:I lI which it is poured. him kiiow that perfect truth U-tween Politeness distinguishes the relations P.O Box 326. J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.,

I The reniimnt of stewed or preserved I them Is the only basis of a life in fomnioii. between mistresses and maids! in Ja PHONE 66.
I:- when the truth is It is SI) inexorable in Japan that FI1.U1ily Grc oorr4.
t fruit left from tea will improve a tap I Ever ii'iplens- pan. Lady MinstrelsA
,-;i hril 'oca pudding; the licit day ant it is better than smooth dissimulation. even the ceremony of "giving notice"Is -

i-inintaln happiness and a turned into an occasion! of compliments. -
tr I To cook carrots quickly add a small perfect
::11. |<'"ece of siMl.i to theiitcr in whithiiey I relation between the husband and There are no vulgar threatsor I +

1'1. ; i are boili-d. This i will in.jirove the 1 wife once the shade of doubt! has dark sulklngs! or recriminations. or scoldings j I A. M .A. v erySUCCESSOR

-ft; savor of the \cgetable.' I f'1lf'lll'il\'r mind the business and so- :' or "answering;: back: ; A servant ; Living Pictures !Ii Oil
will never tell her misiress that she is
To prevent jra\Ies from Le.rti1ingN ei.il relations of each shou'.d: IK' made
I ; I : dissatisfied or has had some betterplace ( TO AV RY t WOOLFOLK.)
; lumpy remove the pan from the lire I known to tin* otlirr, and the first bnrrir I i -
of dx-iit should be torn down bya offered: her. That would be uup.mloimbly IMPORTER A !of}) JOBBER OF
!, i while] the tliUkei.UiK; i is Leug! stirred The Hottest Thing on Earth :
.
: rude. Instead she asks
full and linnet arkmiwledgltett\ (r'
i in, after \\LUh set tlie pan back on '
for few days leave of nLN'nce. This
; the tire and cook thoroughly; :111wrull' ; that has been Ihll" This :. a HARDWARE.

: I Several Kreea offee beans left to li the only cure for j.'a\tHl'Y. 11ut aleouCdenee I. I Is willingly! ; granted, for Japanese servants Prices:-23,30: 753 and fl.0tl.>
anddestr..y have no bellied time for"takingholidays.
J i I oak in the unbeaten white of an egowill must dis.mii 'llspidulI ,I: Hems on sale at foe's Bookstore Monday Iron, Nails, AxM.HhovfU.! Ki-v Mill and steamboat
color cake Mug a delimit' ur'' 'i'- I: jeil.iii, tvLch! are the gravestenemies at noon. Suppli1-. CooSincrand: llii 11' Moves, Paint, Oih
i
At tinend of the given time the mis- I
1 t"'l' The IM-JI.S shuulil 1 ln rouiovetl and the i iJ ,': of life's most l'ri'IN.1110ot I Window Glass {Juuc;, H-to.i nn-i Fi'hin, Tackle
treys will! begin; to wonder what hats )lio-
i and used for the beautiful partm'r--l.ip.VLite lies betutvm ONE XICWroXLY,
ieiug.whiquvl
J 4 egg If reid has lii-en baked too brown I'I'i' I husli.-ind and wife are to be abl.urreil come of the girl. She is not left to F RI DAY, MAR 6 '' Agate aft Tiinvaro ant I it "rurni"lhillg! ( tlodv.LW .
I
11 for the life of each is to bemade wonder long. A letter arrives couched
AOENS FOR HIRIIXOIIAiLI.lrU MILL CO
i'; wr if tilt omit b.is been bhuki-mil in tPANY1
humble !
and
in the most polite terms
the other.
.t il an oven made too hut do not attempt 1 i :1111'\11 book for ami giving any excuse but Ihe real one. "You laugh, and laugh, and laugh, Reve' Giant Ktitched Belting .Northampton Emery
h//: to cut off! the lilacUltli a ..IIi fl's Sometimes it will be that she has and when you have finished Wiioe <;<>., Jjftin A Rand Powder Co., Jot1ll'On'd K'llsoiiiux' -
soon as the loaxes are i-old go over WIndoww. or the Home. jugyou laugh! at what you laUh-1 Iron Kiui and Buck Stoves and Rin *>s, Wm
, theta with To the passerby there is probably no found herself too weak for service or been laughing at.-S. Y. I Cog A, Jo.',) Raw Hide: Lace Leather, JIasury'sMade
i I, a coarse.ll ratl'r. that illness at home detains her. Whatever -
Railroad Colors.
.'1 one feature wlmh! lead more character : - -- I :

.: \' .rri> In Jill""". to the general aspect of the house it, but may accepted be. the as plea final is never and a contested new RICH & HARRIS COMEDIANS, ; Masonic Temple. 3 Pimsacola Fla)

; returned from than do the windows, says CountryLife .
A traveler recently servant engaged. Then after some H.f .
C. Thos.
In America. Windows are at Jno.
Japan tells of some of the queer lawslu weeks have pas';t'd.'l'ry likely after
the and the smile which
other eyes
that country coiieeriiini; divorce: j fresh the old servantwill TIME TABLE.
taking) n place
\ li\orce on the part of the husband light up the architectural face of a j
turn up one day, express her WISE RICE !
jj
the of
is ulola!lw.l. One of the legal dwelling. Through roving grace
easily I thanks for past kindnesses and regretsat ;: j LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROADIS .
well tle-tened and well placed windows
rouses nf divorce i is 'if the 11II"t.autlfin.1 in time, will take her EFFECT ,
1 not returning; Hit OKCKMBEK 1 1801
'J4 the wife too loquacious' Vet In the humblest, louse may assume a In the Tremedous Laughing 1 -
' arrears of and her bundles and
I wages 1i
slimy long experience in Japan I h.n'clu't charm all its own. They attract unttwstiousiy disappear forever. So the matter ends i New Orleans and Mobile.

r tmly nee man who discarded his I and by contrast dignify; with the kimlcbt semblance of feeling "ARE YOU A MASON?
even the plainest portions of the house.
wife, and I never met with a family
lH lh siiles. .
ou > So.8. 50.4. 1401. NOl X06
where dissension existed nor have 1erer The successful home builder must 7lIi. 12.Ir.m Learo..Penesoola..Arrlve 6Ka 8:00D
If the mistress her does not toop
I huvh.uid his wisely consider the distribution pLic- on part The Comedy Succ?!s of two 8:00 a 1:'1 p sO'l.l Leave_ Ylomaton Leave ,::11I.. ':s.0 p tr61:
heard of a treating wish to have the girl back she will not ContinentMM -). 11:00 a 4:2p: Leave_ Mobile __ leave 12x0n't 12:15 n 5UO D
i wife with severity, although the same lug and character of his windows. tell her so to her face, but will send ......._. $:2.5p L.aveNew Orleanll.. Lene $:np 7Ia! ..

[it, annot be said of some parents-in-law, Moreover, every window should re- word. Even when servants come on ] Oriiial New YOlk Cast I
North.
reive double consideration in each of
who consider their sou's wife a mere
i trial for a few days they often I'a'eI
rliattel.s a general rule the appearout' these respects, for it must look well nominally to fetch their "belongings or I

', of girls and women testifies of a both outside and inide.rrrftiKtrnt I make arrangements for their return. Matinee and Nteht, 7 No I. N0 4. No. l i No I.
MAR i I1OIIpm I U:15p m Leave Peneacola.Arrfve toopm: 1 1:00am
lightness of heart not always found in because, have "1'0111I SATURDAY, I .
I .nrtnory. never they any 8U am e:57 p m Arrive Montgomery Leave tI:15. m II:8/j, p III
fl oilier '>where their sisters have Norton noticed you were very plaints" to make. Any discomfort is I 11:59 am j' 8fJ1pm Arrlve.. Blrmingham _Laave II:& am tU6PIll
7:011 p m 1:10 a m Arrive_Nashville _Leave I
more abundant means of happiness. quick to give\ ur- :your seat in the street I to be endured rather than the suspicon First Presentation Here of JOSRPHARTHUU'r 2:5)am:: : 51am Arrive_Loulevttle.Laaye 9tl5pm 1s..am:
" 'I Kir to that lady in l.l.u-k. of bad manners or of anything I 7Oam; i 1l5e a m ArriveCIncinnatiLen, 8:00pm \ 11:15pm
; Beautiful Tao am laJprn Arrive .... .."4t. Lout. .._..Lave t:15pm' IIMpm_
I Ppinks Ye<. since chiMhood's days! 1 Ill'Jdin;; up to a "scene.
Tor man who can stand> prosperitythere Melodrama,
one Outer have felt easy when I saw a w-v : PEN ACDLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
hundred that will stand

nre a man with a strap in her hand.-r.>stonTranscript. The Stomach is the Man.A .
?1 ad\ersity.-Carljle. I : No. il-Dally No. S-Dally I No atop where time not ibown No. 1-Dally No. n-DI:1r

1 f ____ I ___ weak stomach weakenes the man, 1-- _00
River
Lost 11:58 p m 1:00 a m Leave_ Peni&cola._Arrive 10:50 pm 8:11II p.i '
, I NASAL CATARRH quickly delis: because it cannot transform the food 11:15 nlRbt 1)1" Iohemla?_ .". 1087" 0:06 "

to treatment by Ely's Cream Balm, A Remarkable Case. he eats into nourishment Health Uo"I'II";: 7:10 Tle"" .". ---:E Ynle.c.mbla.tr ___,__ 10:11I"10:M 8:01"1:61"U:8j

I which is agrel'ablyaromatlc. It I* One of the most remarkable cases of and strength cannot be retsored to I 7:26" __ Molat _.,,-_ 10:2:1": 6:16'
received through the nostrils 12:1111" T:2II" __? Harp __ ro 10:21 6.0'
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I any sick man or woman without ...... .._. "
cleanses and heal the whole surface a cold, deep-seated on the lungs, 12:00" TIIfi" OHClty 10:11" 1t1":
of JULES MURRY.A IIM" 1:11 Milton ro 10:10" t'.xtiJA II
.j over which it ditlu-esitself. Arem- causing pneumonia is that of Mrs. first restoring health and strength to Direction 1W am __ ro .Good SUngeMilllgan ro __.. II "
edy for nasal cat.urn which is dry. Gertrude Fenner, Marion Ind., who the stomach. A weak stomach can 1:56" 8:15" __ Holtl.. ,__ .. ':16" tII6"
: diseased Pastoral Love Story, J30 "' 8: J" __ .. goo II 4.11 II
lug or exciting to the membrane was entirely cured by the use of one
not digest enough food to feed the 1:11I" 8:311 ro _Cre.t.lew_ I ':11" tOO"
should not be used. Cream Minute Cough Cure. She says: "The tissues and revive the tired and Direct from Ha Phenomenal Run in 1:00" 8M: ro _D eer Land,._. 8:66" IM"
Balm is recognized as a specific. coughing and straining so weakenedme run Xew York. 1:211" 8:18" MMiy Head 8:40 to I.Id II.
Price 50 cents at druggists or by mail.A that I run down in weight from down limbs and organs of the body. tOI" ':116" JDeFoniakSprlnii.. 8:18 II 1:61.
.. _._ II
t:18" 1N 1:11"
:: Argyle.- :
cold in the head immediately disappears ItS to 92: pounds. I tried'a numberof Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses, purifies 50PEOPLE5018Inificent t.o' 1:67' _Ponce de LeonT:2II" 1:11"
when cream balm is used. remedies to no avail until I used sweetens and the ':00" 10:10 I __WeitTtll__ ':17" 1.6"
Ely Brothers, 5G Warren street, New Cure. Four bottles strengthens 1:08" 10:16' __ CaryniU 7:11" Iti"
One Minute
Cough
York glands and membranes of the stom- : Scenery Thoroughbred (.n ltJSO' ___Bonlfay_ ':66"' 1:21": ..
of this wonderful remedy cured Horses, Bicycle Race, Old Toll 8:00" 10t7" ro _fhtplKT.. __ '-aT" 1:1"
I me entirely of the cough. strengthened ach, and cures indigestion, dyspepsia Gate. Country Orchestra, 8a ro 11:07"Oottondale___ 1:18" 12:'"' coo

OA.STOH.3C.A. my lungs and restored me to my and all stomach troubles. Har- Shepherds, Etc. 1:00"IJO" 11:1"11:1":: "" ___Marlanna Cypresi_._,_ "" 6:11II"1:00" ll45 ua"! 5 m

normal eight, health and strength. __ 6J11" 11'I":
Ito Inl tk TtO. UM" \ Grand Ridf
You Ha
Always
IoSI. A Hargis Pharmacy, John SheppardSid- gis Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Sid PRICES-Matinee,25 and 50 cents. IM" 1J6 Boon Bneadi ... 11" lQ1I
u.fk.$ k I ney Kahn. ney Kahn. Night, 25, EO,i5c and $1. 8:11' 12:15 to ArrlveRlva.'snctton _Lean 6:10 It j 10:1.: "





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THE DAILY;NEWS: PEN8ACOLA,' FLORIDA, TUESDAY. MARCH 3. I8O3 ,J

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[The_ WhisKev Without! !a'Headache1iM.CiLLOCHThePistillerOwensboro.KentucKy! "My'a Sons," tee Young stroke Wife oar-at Why college, dear, weren't you you were? Curse .

Young Husband-Yes, love. m
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i : 1I
: : said business .
r- = -I. a great man, are my "And a very prominent member of I ''' 1

I------1 : : partners and they need all the the gymnastic club." OF

1 -. -- II strength and courage I can give "I was the captain."

T them," and he forthwith paid for aIooo.&mo "And quite a hand at all athletic exercises 'i'\f

= MRS. BURTON HARRISON. $ policy in The Mutual ." DRINK ,
1't Life Insurance Company of New "Quite a band? Why, I was the J

She la a Notable Iloaaewife .. Well York. Not without the most care champion walker the best runner, the :

.. an Anthor. bead man at lifting heavy weights .
ful however extending
investigation f
CfKED BY Im ..
Mrs. r.urton Harrison Is not a successful over six months. He was con and as for carrying why, I assure you, "'
authoress and only I could shoulder: with ease a barrel
playwright ,
vinced by just such facts as led the WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.$1$' -
but a notable housewife again disproving or'-
President of National Bank in .
the old fashioned theory that to a "Well, love Just please hold the baby :i
A'oI ylatit
New York to make the curious and lJtrot. iF
for of hours. The has
couple
I write-or, to use the now almost obso- a nurse .
1',ttf!, or coffee tnfkout p.aie.ite kaorltdfft.
: II i-i ti lete term to be a bluestockingwasthe shrewd provision in his will, whichis gone out. and I'm tired!" White Ribbon Remed villrurunrdMctrojr I t ,

t Ltfl corollary of a lack of all housewifely contained in "A Banker's Will. I the di6t>...fd appetite for akonolic Mlniu- '4-, itiant.hethertbe
11 LETJtIL1 I
1 ., .*i; WJ/ I qualifications, and even of proper Write for it and also for the TOOT Weller". Advice. Inebriate, a "tippler.pattfntls" medal a drinker confirmed or '

I tI'V ? iIvi wii---I pride in one's own appearance.Mrs. account of the $1,000000 policy, "And bow long." he asked, "have you drunkard. Impotible foranvon aooetlte for alootnllc liquors after using '4
I rIi Harrison exercises a careful supervision "The Largest Annual Premiums." been a widow1'"Oh White Ribbon Kemedy.
she replied, with a blurb "the
,
over all her household! matters -
Indorsed Members rV.. r.T. U.
by
the marketing as well, and not a This Company ranks year was up yesterday. But, indeed, I I
First-In Assets. didn't were so anxious MM. Mooreprew superintendent of Wom..D' $ $1 J
IMII suppose you
detail escapes her keen eyes. Her Cnriman Temperance I'non..n.. MfUH
: twII charming oM fashioned home in East First-In Amount Paid Policy..h'3Jerl.FirstIII dearest You must give me a month at lure California, write; -1 bare tested I
Age. I u bite Ribbon Remedy on very bstlnata
east to
iAII Twcnty-nintli street iu New York. as get ready. drunkard'and the cures 110&1/ been many.
.
\, ,, ==.: -; :.- .: well! as Sea Urchins, her cottage at Bar THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE When be got outside again. be murmured In manca.e* the Remedy w..s given se II
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:: ? : I recommend And Indorse
5---i himself cretly. cheerfully
<= -
; : :? to I
:
; which
= Harbor overlooks Frenchman'sbay
:- o -- White Ribbon Remedy. Members of
_,, = COMPANY NEW YORK "
... _- ,--o -----s-- ..:=:= -- are both as speckless and spotlessat OF Now I know what old Weller meant. our Tnlon are deligte to find an economical a
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treatment lo aid us in our temper'
all times as though;: some Invisible RICHARD A. MCCCBDT, President. "
.ork.
: 2"SHE WAS BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY: anee
."--"':.......-. ._- -- ,;: maid with equally invisible dust cloths The Popular Tiling to Say. 4
DP RI ; Druggists or by mall, Jl. Trial package
-2; I.1 :-- ; The long,
sermon was exceptionally
: =- 3- and brushes were continually on her
rounds. Nassau, Cedar, William & Liberty and the minister had just reached theeventh freeby writing Mrs. A. M Towiend (for

The second floor of the Twenty-nintU Streets, NEW YORK, N. Y. division of his subject. years secretary of a Woman's Christ- F

street house is MM. Harrison's very CKCII. \VILLCOX. )Ianat"r.' "And now dear brethren." he es- lain Temperance Union. 218 Tremont

own. from the study in front and Jacksonville Fla. claimed, "what shall I say uioreV ''St, Boston Mass. Bold In Pensacola by
EEPR& CO., DISTILLERY D ISTRIBUTORS, PENSACOLA. FLA.
L. "
the and .\nit-n, suggested; the thoughtlessman ; Hannah Bro..21 o. Palafoj St
-- ---=="== through large airy sleeping T. C. WATSON & CO D'strict Manager ,
room to tl.e rest of tie suit in the who had just waked up.-Chicago

tJ-; :alive B romo- Qonma f7I 4 on every back. The study is a sunny room facing Pensacola, Fla. Post I ; \i:

the south, with three large viiziId .
CuresaCchl in One Day, Grip ia2 Days #6'rr. box. 25c on pint!'!'! with cr:1l'kcdll'l', with half a ('oon.t"I.r. PENNYROYAL !$ 4:

k-iaon in the center, MX oysters for [ Meekly-Our neighbor's! son Is I r. PILLS J 1'

(-:\I'h person. TiMKe are put oil thpl.iw always thrashing my boy. What shallI I ..J-V-....u'a;.Orltflnul A.........*,itj. 'tfhty I a-lie.*:rnuln&.... 1",_" 'I I..,
J A VN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT. .. f. 'S :.- ... Sr ('iIitItI..Tt.I.. K\t.UMJ "
'. plates as soon as the guests haveremoved dn about it? .. ''' I. lt.lt ....! ....... i..ml, .....-. ...... ( tf.
-- --. "" !:\ and rollWhen all l.awrt'rTl'a your boy how to ghtTen -,'.. .n.bt..n.... hL..n..I -.-,.
4- -" napkins .... .
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.
VAN PELT BROTHERS /.".:: ; f.i .- News. f-| -- >A4tfutl 1' ',"liiiUi.i... ,. ... A5 .1..1.
t/ .!: :; the oyster I'Jatcs h..ve been removed dollars pk-ase.-Clmleago /- .:.....*.. r.r.o.r I.-.u." ........t Tr.i-.u.h.I.: if'i. a. U 1.f 1.
t.\ '; I served the of V. &..1..11.II.i... ...
soup is plate soup being;: ,1 h."II'rllor by
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;r. "M t ?
GARDEN STREET GROCERS, :". !; / ''r",- .. ,. '.. m'ri"L ,II placed on the plaee platftl'r this The air in modern crematories h I.I ..a..'.-..'.'.'J..01."I". ,"" I..I."t I.4I..1'1... ... .. .....1,1:-14.. (,.1...,.
'';:'1:''>:" #;?P; '--? course the soup plates and place plates heated to l.r.UO degrees.

Have Receivfrl Since the Holiday? a Fresh Line cit 1"/S, ,-. .. i an removed and a WUI1llate placed

the next .. After the meat
tot 'Our;

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, \i. "; "1if. 7'r course plates for the salad course are The Star Laundry

.;,:.>:.: .-.... placed and a howl of salad I is passed, ,

Nuts and all the Dcllcacades of 'I' :-." 1 each pu.M helping limself.! The tableis
Fruits the Season.
\ ,
)- then cleared for dessert. Biggest Busiest Best h.

Oar (loods are Arriving Daily aud you can Always Rtly on Getting the \.:'... o I'I !; On each dessert plate as it is brought; It li
lt.
( rests a smaller plate and on it are a I

Best, Freshest and Cheapest. finger:; bowl and the small silver needed i 1If

for dessert. lieneath the finger bowl I is '

VAN PELT BROTHERS a dainty doily. The guest!' removes the They Speak :1 ;

finger howl and doily to the Il'ft.flf'r
\
TELEPHONE NO. 231 ..* j/.I& 31 EAST GARDEN ST. the dessert the plat.'s are removed by I..
the maid. IraUng:; the plate for fruit.

!T : Coffee! Is passed on a tray after the Indies for, Tlidselm I W! i.

Lave returned to the drawing room

Classified Advertisements. and is served to the gentlemen in the We let the Shirt, Collars

dining room while they are smoking.
SI13. BUKTOX HAIOUSOX. and Culls we Launder speak for

-- (lows!' shaded by heavy net antI with themselves. They will talk louder

soft hangings.; ; The hardwood (hoer A chimney of 113: feet height:: will La:, v. e can. We want to be Judged .

ONE CENT A WORD. is iiartiiilly covered with oriental rugs without danger, sway ten inches in a -io.-e oy the work we do than by

.. .'-"" and the woodwork is white. wind. what we say.

IAt ).....I.. Low well! tilled bookcases are placed

WANTED-Men to learn barber around the room and above them are a TVware of the man whose dog d'.s:

fat Glass Yinlagrette: with trade. TooN, diplomas! positions few vases and some water color likes to follow him.-New York Life.What's ALL WORK C. 0. D. Gcnds Called for and Delivered FrcTELEPHONE
I i'. 1'k-asc leave at News of- and! board given. grriduute! Short There ar- many vii-ws of Venice, and ,

tf. time required by our methods of the bright blue of Italian skies strikes 114. 27 GARDEN ST. ,
steady practice t in a Name?
-- -- ---- xpert instruction
one on entering. A tyv couch, some
).0"' II -uJIi ril""It t'd.backl'd -, f.tC. Catalogue! imie! >i free. Everything is in the name when i it WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
chair* am..1! several small tables
.k l''lItltiuill j It&I1IwrLt'i -.. Moler lUibtr Cotg'i! IS Caron- easy ,
: in ludeliole lelet tret. New Orle'in*, Iii.WAX'IKD incliidin-- ti-i taI': \ and Mr*. Harrison's comes to Witch Hazel! Salve. E. C. ------- -
I. Ipw'trd: for the rein ('I 1 ';';".'I..!::!e <>sk.: with its graceful DeWitt & Co., of Chicago discovers. -- -------- _it

H. R. -50 morp pupils in "l.lack cu. '. v1.-. mprisi(' tie simple fur- some how to make salve '-..--, ...._. -'._;..,.... ; I'
I''" -f, or r. years ago. a '.;;.:;,' .-,:;,.'_- ._- t--v--yccy-- 4; j
c. .. J. E. VlelJ1t "t. Xo.iu' and White. By this yetem anyone nisl.inuthis 1'1\ltly. The large; bedroom from Witch Hazel that is a spccifi j-j-r j s-vcAvaa-JSg: :',

,_ : .. it r i" ai. 2IttNt3IiEY can learn to draw anything if.;. ILJ I is hilligiti! ; toile! du
they wish, size. Even children for Piles. For blind, bleeding, itch
-= = = any & ,
Roberts
iji-ne-s liitnvU: fri-ia c:110:1 by the au-
ten years old can learn :Every !ing and protruding Tiles, eczema, uf I:) DaileYij 1'
thorev. 1 !n'H' are III deep red (ill .;
pupil etldcr-es it. Come in and
cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases
TO LOAN v.'hiU'. anil the birds, ,vines crocodiles I v
\ ..t' for "ourelf. Otis A. Miller -DEALERS IN -
I Studio l iu Salisbury HuildinaItilm-. and e\ ,'i! t'!(' 1II"ukl'ys-whkh last lie Witt's Salve has no equal :g I

o. .... rra.oUlbltl: terms aud 1 adorn (sIlv! 'Li- rarest (>f these so calli- I This has given rise to numerous 1.:1.

w .. ..\11\'. ""liii'-ns"fl' :'!11! of deep rt'd. Here alsoa worthless l'ounterfeits.sk for PC CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES' "is :

J.r. HULLARD I JXCHAGIAuy: tine wanting:; a few wati o hrs are hung.; I Witt's the rhar'macy 'j' .
tS ., 1'llafl'x. Up-Staira. summer home in the mountainscan .. genuine. Hargis New Fish Roe Etc. '|
Mr*. Hani 0:1'"lining: Nom is herespecial ". Florida Syrup, ,
J \. WILMIX, MMONEY LLILatr. exchange pro )Tiy in Florida John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. : ; ." i
pride, an.! in it are th' old mahogany I
or outh Georgia for -qual value i |:) FRESH SUPPLY OF (| Jt
pieces eoL.:: :'!L' originally from ''J.
in Ashevilltt" N. C. Will tradt up .....
TO LOAN up to $10.lnHrrleOtis) A. Miller, llngland and used in the homo of the If "
RALSTON'S OAT MEAL
BREAKFAST
FOODS AND CEREALS r
Sjli.-bury Block, Penacol.i., Virginia Carys for it \.ill:l IKnuieia- 'I"i ;
(lu oJ-, hor-e, v:1L'ong lit Im bored that Mrs. Harrison before Lei l!] OF ALL KINDS. '.! d,
:ur.. -- -- -- -- If You Have
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"' -rty. Undinepri- KOlt .i\.LJ'';. marriage W:1Sli's (Vmstam-e Cary. fjj: FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
\ '0". -i-orecy, K mrawteed. Here also is the old family silver, some (:) 1:1(:) ".4

:- i' .. >\ :'It. .\. A. Ki-hr. FOR rALI'Thp most"; deirabIe: of it'I'ry antique. Ancestral portraitshangou .)J ROBERTS & DAILY I .,:': .
2in tfHUM lot in the city on cay term-, by the walls. The effect produceil ) :. .

the Fi-hcr Real Estate Agency.204isS.MithP. is that of stepping into ait old Lnghiliiliaing ; H RheumatismURIGSOL (tjj! 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. t(I1 : ;' '
lifox.IIAIlt
Hhlm
): j \ i i.1 I.O.\='-W. R. Meri- : ; room of a century or more age n" I .... I'viiMirola, '
-- ---
w .". A.Mit. Money toI (zOD& instead of u modern American room. ll'IW ._ .' ._ .._ .. _. I"l
inUf lute of interest -------.-----.- .._ ._, ., the great tested nd .''.-__ ..',-_... ... .""i..'--_ .-45i.' .,".--... ... ....-... ... .',-... .-.. .'.-.w ... ,"',.s-_ ...'....'_... -z, a ', 4
I II i'nmy. Otlice 112 i au1 : M R.,. t-ARAH BEJI"Xglillluf,1C. endorsed California
.
turer and dealer in Hair Hood" Attrartlte Miithem.It Remedy will cure
I .
!ia !oli s-lieet.
u. It &!M> cures lAcer Kidney alld I
Hat- 'l'uilttrllle*, Hair Oil is the duty of a mother to han S bladder diseases caused by an net'slof

ML\j \ ': ) I.KN1); \ ou improved etc, ; :!"J Wf p..t Ooverumentstreet, the admiration as well as the love ol l uric acid. It never Jails and builds op HALL & KLEIN ;
while it.
the health and using
Ptrergtn
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her husband and children. She always ;
,
: : may
II in.ill
1. in lar {e or fur itciu I Send btamp for book of wonderful certificates 1
'V low r.itH (If inere-t. I : ___ hold their love, but their adminitlou : Price, Jl per bottle. For tale .1"
(2: i it i K: 15rork, attorney she must work for by keeping herself by drnreisw. If your druggist, can not 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET.
FOR REXT-Iii opera huu ,\\ ."I. P.I l.i fox M.in ., Fi.h".r u ; on ground floor one ilttlfl' and bright; young; in manner if not IT I receipt 01 pnce. AdJreta : :

: 3mlwIIIS I olhcejoufe.'otiu; iloor, three tlllce.f.to*. face and entertaining. I and Groceries
: one reason why tla'J'a c womai I Uricsol! Chemical Co., Los AngeesCal. Staple Family ;
M : ; \ : or the
10-11.\\-110 you ue('d wears out and grows old and plain !l

\11 J \\ .at can t4l.IJV borrow oil tilt any;: J ..ua'dl..J.: J lun,..". that through; a mistaken idea: of dutj 1 : L N Ernnswi[ & CO'I Few rrlrHn L: Select Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins. I H

she lays out for herself at the begin;
.o\.t rUes anywhere BOAIWJ\U) IlOUS1' at Whteet ; 2 Distributing Agents. '
leal I"'l'riu.., Mary E-ther, Fla.. Mrs. nlng; of her married life a scheme o: i J
.. ii unproved city 4/ <% % w' I Poultry ggsand: Country Produce.
!
''II Wm. Fisher idlJi! n.t. C'Midon, proprietresAll the duty of which every hour is filled will IO i"J.

f 1 ,. ". In-tl comforts 01 home at very rea"onaM work. with rare and short periods ol .
rate Northern u>uti
', ; 0 to ttorrow money, in- iiiid this an ideal place to -pend a .she follows\ religiously for years;, SIDNEY KAI1.ViEliLY rl

-nrt your i'fI'i'Ht.i <" portion of thf-Mson. 12a 1111 feeling that she has done her duty because --

: irts of title buy of I fl13Iti. --- every household! event occur.' I U 7fANDA1D 7 i

i: rmt proptrty d I l't..uhlrrIItl! :. on time. She. however I 4Cl1Ett J HUrAL SYBISKEI{ I I : i

"ii. hive it-ins col-lL Ii. CDL\l '. 1), the tailor; :hi- soon liccomes IIwrl'JI machine, a' p I
_ _
FOB STEAM DIVISION ,
taxes afetid to. mov d to 11'4 \\ -t Governtrent ,'olitioll.1! _ S I'',
without life of !itself or
thing
; 8 fears Old in Cases cf 4 Full
:! .- -, l'lio-.C. \\'at.ua street, "'pi>one } ipre:? fiiisv, I'KMSCOLA IJLI'.CIHIU IKUSJ< Quarts, at S3.2G per cast t }
In other! words she settles into a rut '
*'.-.:an1 :and liiurai.ce.cola wi r en1 !he i* prepared to cleat, r..- HAILWAY OUFINY.: : --- i '
: F Li. Ch.-irm-s pair and pre- \.-.lJif'S' an.l irentleIHHIIS' and goes around and around on the i Trans leave 1'ens."ola for tile ...." !
same track everlastingly. i Bayou. WarrtngtnNsv* WHISKEY distilled at the NeNon Co. : ; rt
I evi ryoiif who b lY- t .1 n'r nndsts.. lIja; ; n | Mayan. Big THIS
twill tmd l'anII_' woman keep [irightuess.originality ; mini ron Karraaoait fcl ., Di-tlllery, and is fully matured in wood ,:1 ;
\\ in"
.ut.\ 'a i..... I 11.&I..n. of thought or even mere 5-so a. m.arrive at tort Barrancae 7:11. before' bottling it is absolutely pure and not excelled I L
It 101 t totz-e. t 1'11"l'U.
'i III > t
._.: a -- "" 10:00: m.arrlv3 at Fort Barrancae 1Ut in
-- -- sUl'h"a fInality by any WhiSkey of the game age .
HOW 10 :MAKE! MONEY-We prettiness with life and without 1:0" p.m.arrive at Fort iiarraccai l.tii where r
no matter The
-- produced. Royal Mandard
arrive at Fort Barrancas <:Ui j
she her bus-1 I 8SO p m. i
\iV" -'- :- oiler vi'ti II U I inve-ti.ieiit t guarantied tlo.e things how can keep C:1.x. arrive at Fort Karranoai! Ta>> i is eiftht years old when bottled, and, considering 11 \
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1.1tWII Tlu.t coinp-niif. It band and growing children full of lov- 'iW p.m.l\rrtve at Fort Barranoti 3:4i r iU excellent quality: is the cheapest whiskey in I -. ':j.

'\.\ -. YOl'XO MEN (r.Mii in IY 111'ike you ridfhi1 -1I111 lug admiration which is one of the j coin Train at leave Fort Barrancas for P-c. _ ___ the market at that price. As a beverage, and oa f ;; .

lltity bl 4iLittto pr.I. ... K-liMiiP or fake. Send $200 for strongest; claims by which she can bind 7:16 a.m arrive at fenaacola__. 11:00.. an absolutely pure stimulant, there I is none better.

"I. -r.iouin the Uovtru- Investment Vt'rufrtp.! It you are them to her? Decidedly no. |I M:I'Q D m. arrive at PensacolaII::4! i Chipped in ease containing no marks whatever to i ,
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.. Apply to not iIlti-fid upon iiive-ti 'itioii, we Constant association with others of |I 2:1111 p. m. arrive at Pansacola.......... l.tS t ndicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining :T
will back. 5:00 p m arrive at Pensacola_ Ii:*" ( '
=-"at. t'urrt I give you your money I H patlifipd with the
s. n"t. whiskey not
her own age: or younger; with her chit- Tco: p. m.arrive at Fenueol...... T:4J: p quality he i' :
t'eaar H Iph1.. 1.1. WeltnerA Dunn Fiscal Agents! 60 then end their friends, and an occasional '8tfp. m.arrive at Peusaoola_ t.ioe; :! jan return the same at our expense and money ;. !!
_. d.vwlniL: Kroadway< New York.H. 8Itnrll.. only vill be refunded.
-- of recreation and relaxation
------- I period VARB FOR WICK DAT*. All orders should be accompanied by either : IIIGMY
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.\X l' 01- :-'.." .- ''' \lldl'll. ALFMAN, utnhrelU maker, 315 are what the average:; woman requires rVniaaola to fort Harr.noa.and rotori.fhaiacola .. YLAIS 0th currency postoffice money order bank draft or express I : !M
: -IHI.I rt-putatioii in each i Houth Palafox sfeft. Re-cover- to make her attractive. to Navy Yard and return. : money order. We refer to First National I ; l1
1 Inl r and repairing' umbrellas and Peaiacol to<< Palmetto Reich and 'PCD rSCSDAT <1
iu this county rtquirrd) I Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. J .
II"tnft advertiold .. paraols a speci-ilty.: Silk covers ICHIDtTDB.Wuau .
e-
.ilihy tu-iiifss !hou-"I I alwavs( on hand. jan 3 T. Give a Little Dinner. wMiHer permts the rannlnt

*'. "'iciul I standitii :S liry c 'n 1,'nl Ut II In...... Six or eight persons are enough for a I open Leave coaches.Pcnsaocla. LT Fort BarraI ... S. A. FRIEDMAN: : : .
W '.1. w.th txpm-e add I.......... pleasant dimll'r.t each place should j a.m. 13 a. u : ,i .

.I > I tl iy/lile' i'i t' t-ti : CARNIVAL U-TUME-Iu vel- be a place )lbt!?. On it are the napkin. j I 11 a.m.. II I m1p.m. SOLS PROPRIETOR, PENSACOLA. Fij j
inI
WfUt -,s1J3Zt.Ifl hd' : vt-t. Silk :'atiu and other maTe plainly folded and a roll. The roll maybe p. ID IP.p.a> 1 J

t -" und c.,rrbl: ;- fur.. I ri lIs, CHI he routed at :Mr*. E. D.ordIr"m' laid iu the fold so that it may be I: Ip.IL P.in H. O. HOX 4IH. TKLKI'IIUNE 170 \ ;t
V. n' Ui>It>r. =, 4 ;. m p o>, .
ce-siry. Mi'linery Store. Al-o when the guest takes up the nap nisiei .
seen I'
..elf. r..i l .. (! p. iii p,i? s'I I
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:\110. .
a MIni Foil :\n"i..!" end kin. At thf left are three forks, at the < p. m. tp.tr ------- I I ;
I'" Co., V.Xtllll! Hni O.iods No. Pj
I. at 11 Kit Inten- I
right two knives a soup spoon and an FABf r3% IIO'fUT ,
? C____ I 9'.I, w !I df.ciitret near Ptlafflx. ; fork. The glasses to be used are :'II:1ncoa! to '..re Karranoai Mar' ,:. 'I handle every class of Liquors sold, In i "
oyster \ I W
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I grouped uniformly at the right ..'iiiootm $0 ".Im.tto .< !> mr
;; *>-All kindof empty bi are Wy down. I I1AGENT : .
gudgin's flit fB cst /or QC. served ,t.v ___ J r
the shell
>. .\. tiiedm.m. t9-tl r II The :oysters on are !
frelibt% e1s.dmterl15v. IB FOR THE FAMOUS PABST EEER. 1 IL11


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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY MARCH 3.1883


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i..j i FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.SATURDAY .


iSOOIALEOHOES { Y

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OMMISSION."The .
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certain thing I did not, blurs : HARCH 7th.Is .

the sun I

And glooms the I ),r
way go. f
Positively the Last Day of Our Monster
I doubt me if the saddest sinning:

done

Could haunt and hurt me so."
ODD AND END SALE

Commander and Mrs. Bull entertained

on the bay yesterday, the
large and delightful so YOU HAVE A FEW MORE DAYS TO
party leaving
One of the essentials of the happy homes of to-day is a fund of
town at one o'clock and returning at and best methods of promoting YET .
information as to right living the AVAIL YOURSELF OF THE OPrORTUXITY
ten p. m. The navy yard and all of health and happiness. With proper knowledge, each hour of

the battleships were visited, where 1 recreation, of enjoyment and of effort may be made to contribute OF OBTAINING

guests were added to the party. Elegant I to that end and are of not less value than the using of the most
refreshments were served. A wholesome foods and the selecting of the best medicinal agents .'- '
when needed. With the well-informed, medicinal agents are used
short stay was made at the life say FINE
only when nature needs assistance and while the importance of .
ing station. The trip was made on cleansing the system effectually, when bilious or constipated, has r 1 i I
the Mangrove.Mrs. long been known, yet until within recent years it was necessary tI "
to resort to oils, silts, extracts of roots, barks and other cathartics I r'
II. A. lirosnaham and son. which were found to be objectionable and to call for constantly I ...AT SUCH..
Ashton. left on the noon train today increased quantities. '
for Atlanta, where theyiiil visit Then physicians having learned that the most excellent laxative C t4''
Mrs. and carminative principles were to be found in certain plants, '1 .. '
Chiplpy It. Setze. PHENOMENAL
principally in the leaves, the California Fig Syrup Co. discovereda r !
method: of ottaining such principles in their purest condition and PRICES.
Mrs. Walker! I). ilinos. wife of the I of presenting then with pleasant and refreshing liquids in the form ii !

vice.presidcnt of the Louisville and i: most: acc_rbLle ta: the system and the remedy became known as- .
Nashville railroad and Miss Hines, Syrup of Figs-as figs were used, with the plants, in making it, Ef i

are the guests oflrs.. I:. O. Salt. be-a.sa: of their agreeable taste MEYER .SHO.ECO.
marsh at her home on \\Vst IMmontstreot. This excellent remedy is now rapidly coming into universal use as the ("
best of family laxatives,because it is simple and wholesome and cleanses 61 ,
.... and sweetens the system effectually without disturbing the natural II I
functions and without unpleasant after effects and its use may be discontinued j Feet FnrnMiro 1 for Cadi Only
Mrs. Joiner, who has been the
when it is
: no longer required.
charming guest of Mrs. \\'. D. Chip- II All who would enjoy good health and its blessings should remember \ I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.:

ley, returned to her home today. that it is the one remedy which physicians and parents well-informed 0 -
approve and recommend and use and which they and their little ones _
Mrs. Heintz, Miss-lleintz\ and Miss alike enjoy, because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its L Wi'irW'irVrlIVrN ft;.I\W. VI1Ylr
beneficial) effects.
Messersmith. the delightful
guestsof Syrup of Figs is for sale by all reliable druggists, at the regular priceof tJ
Miss Isabel Quina left"on the noon fifty cents per bottle, in original packages only, having the name of THE NEW 5 STORE
train today for a visit to New Or. the remedy-Syrup of Figs-and the full name of the Company- :",
leans. Their many friends hero California Fig Syrup Co.-printed on the front of every package. ;:>

will be glad to know that they will ....,...... --............,.
I return to Pensacola in a short while


f f' Quina.and continue' their visit'to Miss lRNHA& S Ym7JF GRAY r 31 &


a! Miss Kcsslcr-::; Miss Mildred I 31"p

Kessler
tty returned from New Orleans, San Francisco. Cal. ,
where Louisville. K,.. New .
3 they were entertained at a York. N. Y. :

charming house party given; by Miss :
, ): Provosty, at her beautiful home. :


fJ Mrs. Charles II. Dishman entertains 'DISCORD INPOLICEJttNKS PUBLIC CECILIAN RECITAL TONIGHT. SHOT INTODUMMY March 3 ;

iJ at 1-incheon on Thursday in honor of Tuesday) |

'f her sister, Miss lodge, of Kentucky. Manager Frankel invites the public ,
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to the salesroom of the Jesse
Commander: and Mrs. Dull have is- OAR AT 10 A. )I. =
Ir sued invitations to a reception Thursday French Piano & Organ Company, :37 ....... .....- - .... 11(:::>
'ti March the fifth, to celebrate! the South Palafox touignt at 8:30:: _r
MARSHAL, CAPTAIN AND PA
"J twenty-fifth anniversary of their wed. o'clock, when Mr. Fred G. Coryell of I EVERYBODY IS INVITED TO GALL AND 2
TROLMAN CAME NEAR HAVINGA
din The
invitations
1 t' ; are beautiful Detroit, will demonstrate the possibilities THREE BULLETS WHIZZED UNCOMFORTABLY r,

,I the engraving done in silver. This FEW ROUNDS LAST NIGHT. of the Cecelian piano player. NEAR HEAD OF I E ;
I .INSPECT OUR STOCK.
affair promises toLe
F one of unusual The following is the ... ...
t elegance and beauty. A COLORED PORTER.At I ...
From several sources it is learned Program.Invincible .
t,. Hisses Ed. and lava IU>Uer are visiting Cor. Palafox and Intendencia.ICE
Eagle, Sousa. .
that the wide )breach which has been ::;
o. their sister Mrs. Hal Forbes. Badinage, Hubert. 11:45 o'clock last night, while
F1 known to exist between the Marshal Wedding of the Winds, waltz. Hall. the late train on the dummy was returning '
The Nomads bd;delightful meeting and some subordinates is becoming Soprano Solo, Selected, Miss Gather from Fort Barrancas, three I 'NMYN" JMWmMI
yesterday aft('!'DtMm. Mrs. Warren Rosenstein, accompanied by the Ce-
wider, if that bo possible.. cilian shots, evidently meant for some one ,
E E. Anderson being the hostess. piano player. -- -- --
"" Something of a climax was reached Hungarian Rhapsody No. :, Liszt. on the train, were fired just as the I
i! I The Ladies Benevolent! society of Selection by the Columbia Disc train had passed the stopping place y
last evening when the night force
i Graphophone.
! Temple IMhCIill 1 hold a regular known as Pilots' Row, about equal CAN GET "
Lal'apilliun. "The Butterfly, La. .
their beats.
were being assigned to
l distance between the torts and you '
monthly meting at the temple tonmrw taller navy

: afternoon at 4 'clock.I Nobody seemed inclined to tell how Last Hope Gottschalk. yard. = CREAM SODA '
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I:' lit I started but it is said things went I.a Campanella, Liszt. I Two of the shots made no mark on : ,
The Anvil Chorus VerJ. the train, but third struck the tAT
I'It:' NEVER FORGETS IT. fast and furious for a time. There will be no admission fee and coach, passing a through the wooden second -! HUYLER'S ICE CREAM AND HANDMADE CANDIES

\ Marshal Credille, it is understood all are invited.
I I' front and'crashed into the colored -- -
f Husband has Cause: to Remember sought to change men on beats who glass skylight, shattering a great

Crape-Nuts. had been placed by Captain Milton Children like Piso's Cure. It is jagged hole in the glass. I j! Trainer's Confectionery
$
So careless in health are some people Frank. The board had previously ;: pleasant to take and cures their John Burton, a colored porter was |

that they sometimes actually forget given the night men into the custody : coughs. At druggists, 2Gc. standing on that end of the car and j i JM FIRST DOOR NORTH 0? THIESEN BUILDING. **J* $
the benefactor of their dais of I the shot missed him.less than three I I
", of the captain and the latter is saidto mxfiMsexwssa&iDR.
sickness.
i feeL 1 le does not know how near the ;
. The man whose wife, or the woman have objected to Credille's inter Ii i MARITIME. others came to him. I -

, whose husband has been ference. This started the ball to rolling The shots were heard by the con-

. brought back to health and strength and one of the patrolmen taking I I ductor, engineer and fireman the lat ) H. MOCK
by a pure food! is nut apt to forget. j I I Arrived. I ter seeing the flash. The would-be assassin ,
up for the Marshal, is said to have I
"It some times amuses mo writes !i Ital shipIndus.llll.Oneta, Marseilles was concealed by darkness and
a lady of mule Lake. Minn., "that!I shown fight. Frank invited the objecting to order. the thick brush and it is possible that

no matter what I send to the store officer out, telling bim to I 1 lir. BS. Induna, 2S71, Carruthers, he may never be known. I'I.. ENTIST.
i! Philadelphia to F. O. Howe.
for or what may be f"r "tt('11. my "shuck" his coat and settle the mat This is the third time violence has

husband never forgets to supply us ter. Other little preliminaries were Cleared. been attempted on this train. Two ,,

with Grape-Xuts promptly. Indeed settled which finally culminated in | Nor. bk Dovre, 793 Larssen, for weeks ago a rock crashed through the I 28% S. Palafox Street, $ Old Armory Building.
I may say it is the one thing he Montevideo by W. S. Keyser & Co., window while the train was near the I
never forgets. Frank being excused for the night with 633,00V'; '}) ft lumber, valued at Yates place and several nights ago CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
9718.
, "About a year ago when 1 began: using and Officer Connors being substituted I another rock was hurled through a
PKXSACOLA; FLA.
1 the food I was so run down and About 7:43: o'clock the night squad Sailed. window all of which points to a desire -
miserable that it was all I could possibly Nor bk Dovre, 798, Lorssen for of some miscreant to "get even"for
heft the station and relieved the impatient 'I
do to struggle through my day's Montevideo. some imagined wrong.


I household trouble I lutitu.had almost Through entirely catarrhal lost i The marshal day bluecoats.or in fact any of those I.'I I! FloridCane Hot French Waffles Syrup with atSolomon's. A Guaranteed Cure lor 1'ilen. A CREENHUT & CO. $

the of and ioss of prominently concerned in the
sense taste appetitefollowed. more Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding ,
l ,, Pile. Your druggist will refund
antagonistic tactics, are averse to: your
"1 could scarcely force myself) toeat [. talking but information'll'aked out I THE MARKETS.COTTON rOil money CO If cents PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure .WHOLESALE GROCERS,
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food sufficient to furnish me ). I II -
somehow and was picked up for The
: with strength enough to keep up. I j I New s.The. REPORT 3 udgia's, He Best-f, r 5c.> I I Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St, PENSACOLA, FLA.
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just managed to scrape through my
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I Tables of quality for the -- -
household' duties. In a very short j
time after I commenced the of hall AN ART STUDIO. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.Mr. .
use r -- Reported for THE :NEWS by D. F. Dining room, library,

I Grape-Nuts I began to get stronger ,I r Lowe & Co. and pallor at Marston I have opened a studio In room 9, |Thos. Wentworth has taken

. and the improvement has been so :: NEWS( NOTESi Spots. Quina's- Salisbury block, where I will give charge of the city circulation of

.... steady and marked that my healthis Good l\liddling..9 7-8 -- _' ,- lessons in my own system of drawing THE NEWS. He will take subscriptions -
now better' than for twenty years
Strict Middling.a 3-4
called "Black and White"
i WANTED lady or gentleman over -
k past. I do all my; own house work, LAWWj Middling .... ..................9 5 8 21 to travel and superintend canvassers also in French Pastel painting and and collect all accounts.Mr. .
and for two mOhlhs during last sum. Strict Low l\lIddlIng..9 710 ; no experience necessary. Sal- Illustrat- Wentworth has had large experience
and
Magazine
I Newspaper
Terminal Company will put on
mer I had five roomers, which oft Low lIddllng..9 1.8 ary at start $10 per week and ex as circulating manager; of
course increased my work to a greatI I a late train tomorrow night on the Tone Hteady. penses. Address stating age and ing.I. classes in large daily papers, and will make
r. occasion of the house performance. when can be seen at home.It have taught large every
opera TilE NEWS service of the eatsfactory -
extent I ar.i without Grape- paper
never
FUTURES. NEWS.
H. S. cr. town in Georgia and in many of the
':' Nuts now and can never say March ...... ...... .... ...... ...10.16 CHEW NO'.1'lCk; r female colleges of the South, so can to all.

enough in their praise. But as Rain is predicted for tonight by the May.............................10.C9NAVAL ---- .... offer you an experience of twenty- I Do you want a magnificent watch
much I think of the food hus- .
captain.
as
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my i local weather bureau. -- EITHER the ownen five years. In the studio will be for little money? If so, call on
: band thinks more." Name furnishedby 8T011U8 MARKY.X.Reported :. noreonilgneei of the Nor bk
The Seaman's Friend Society will .KoU111 be reiponalble for found the choicest collection of Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate -
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Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.Practical for The New. debts contracted by the crew
Dally bj work ever shown by a single you.
all of stomach hold a regular meeting tomorrow at of laid yeses.I. | crayon
? cases
Union Naval Store Go.Ob TORGERSR.TORGERBEN. invitation is extendedto
artist and
an
10 a. m. at the meeting hall on the
To Order. Captain.
trouble come from the use of improper FOR LUMBERCall
corner of Pine and PalaMx streets.U. ( !9. BmnaffISEITHER everyone to come and see it. My
food. Where this improper food WW_ M 25 H_ __12 40 LUMBERCO.
the terms for instruction are moderate. on BEEKMAN
captain owners
is left off and Crape-Nuts is used D. C. will hold their
regular t10 *! of tbe Itrlt- OTIS A. MILLER.We for estimates before placing
results are so beneficial and the 11 o'clock will be re-
the at
meeting Wednesday at
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t ____ t G E__ 2 00 for debts contracted your orders for lumber. d6-lm
raplJ that people the A full attendance Is desired laid rr"NCHRIS will launder your spreads for
p shangc so many library. :_ __ 3 20 D__ 9 by the crew of
!, look upon it as wonderful. Nothing I a* business of importance U to L___ ti& CAbelow200 Order. JOHS8TOS.To Captain.. 15 cents each and make then look Hot Rolle, at 5 p' m lOo

:wonderful about it. Just follow Na- Ibe I! transacted. Spurn. Tv annI.KaI bid. 8m U like uw. Star Laundry doz., at Solomon e.r .


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