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Creation Date: March 4, 1903
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39. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 4. 1903 NO 48 i/i i : j





A DAY'S NEWS FROM BATTLESHIP_SQUADRON-_- 1 1






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ORUJftSE SCORPION ; S ( S. h + THIS. MORNING I i1iThe )!


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.. : -' :rally known that the collier Leonidas arrived at thenavy ; i I!

fag the expected of -I Jof I[ eggs and vegetables over the side \
preserve an
1'/.1! Scorpion which came enemy yard early this morning with a }.
in of the ship upon them by marines: }.
the darkness, and
drills .
i day, is one'of the fleet- arc great cargo of coal for the squadron.She ; t
Chief of Police Johnson will make
.'. as thorough as possible. They are ;
1p besides of
navy one
will be docked at once r.nd the f fml'nt.
formal complaint to the Navy Depart :
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J'lio Scorpion can travel usually kept tip to within a few minutes ''
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of 9 o'clock fuel taken out and placed in the cribsto ; j "
,a, last as an ordinary every night. At f2

"a. In'r usual speed under :9 o'clock all lights on the ships are R le drawn upon by the big fleet now In the statement now being prepared '
the chief of police makes specific : '
:us 17.S3; knots an hour, extinguished. her "
: complaint against the officers of the ]
.* il'in! a fraction of 20 miles I Squadron Here a Month. f!S This; coal is of the best variety obtainable '!
warship and calls attention to tho .! ",

..'Plii-5 I speed is equalled only I! It is authontively announced that EE \Y and was brought down from apparent lack of discipline. : f fIt t
fit: do boats and massive
the squadron: will remain in the gulfa Norfolk for the squadron. It was de- was stated to day that Capt. ,11
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month or more and the greater part ided to fill the big bunkers of tho Leutze greatly regretted the occur- .< i\
11' i in known that the vessel, '
lof that time will be spent at Pensa-I ships with the best material but the renco and had placed several of the .1It
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1 ia depth of only eleven feet,
'' cola. This harbor, as expressed by collier has not brought enough on this crew in irons for the part they played :d I :
;> ("cl by double screws and has
: Lieutenant Commander Ackerman rip to near fill to their capacity all in ,the assault, promising speedy pun- i g.;
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t.! J i red t horsepower of 2,800, al- I '
yesterday, is the only one yet foundin the bunkers which have been drawn ishment. fit
a- great as the Prairie which is
which drills of all kinds be indulged : .
can This means that several thousand ; :
upon.
;: I: .: 'i.:;ht times as Urge. The cruis- I.
in, and as all these drills are tons will bo distributed.The Not Serious Says Leutze.
.' 'S feet wide and 210! feet long. I .. .1 t I
imperative, the vessels are likely to
Leonidas is a vessel of 4,242 Washington, March Animated :
r' Scorpion made a run in the
remain here for a much longer period tons displacement under a normal con by reports of grave disorders among ; :
- ;i few Lours after she had report- I k
.. the than is now expected. 4 dition and is one of the largest colliersin the crew of the new batleship Maine, 'r '. e
navy yard, returning late
Ensign Wortman's Trial. the navy service. She is an En- the Navigation Bureau telegraphed .. +
lay morning. It is not learned
nearly three hundred feet to Saptain Leutze, commander of '
glish ship,
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he object of her trip was other Ensign W. K. Wortman, of thelassachll.wtts
a in length.and was built five years ago. the ship, to ascertain the facts. Ha ;s
"J make some practice. She is ) has been serve with "
She has frequently been used to coal replied this afternoon as follows: 4i .1I
the navy yard and it is said charges and specifications he will be "t
vesels of the navy at sea, notably dur- ,I i "Newport rarch-Eighteen: ,
more will be made closer to called to defend at the naval court of ,
pg the blockade at Santiago when the men absent without leave, having left it ,
this to which
probably orour this inquiry will convene at the 'il"j
HtT REAR ADMIRAL FRANCIS J. HIGGINSON Spanish fleet was bottled up in that the ship while in dock. No one shot or l., \
crew are all cry proudat navy yard one day next weok. The .

vessi-1. j court has been designated by Secretary Comarder-inChief! North Atlantic Station.: : harbor. shot at."
This vessel will be unloaded as soon Admiral Taylor says that considering "
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Moody] the members having been .
Battalion Drills. ,I selected from vessels now here and SKETCH OF THE ADMIRAL. "Housatonic" when she was blown up as practicable and will probably return the fact that the Maine is just

.. I to Norfolk for another newly in commission, with a strango)1)
1 a t i- '.. days large squads to arrive and from the Pensacola navy Rear-Admiral Francis John Iliggin- by a torpedo off Charleston, and com immediately .
This intimated crew, the number of absentees reported .it t'
plan was
rl,,!;r .. 'he ban iii I 'itipi will be landed yard. Admiral Wise and Captain son was born Massachusetts on manded a detachment of launches cargo.
,. operating this morning by an officer who said he (and they are not set down as deserters :'
t. ::1. \\ !: try" ,uiil marched up Pal Taussig are members of the board. J"
July 19, 1S43, was graduated at the by night on the
._ communications had understood that was the program. ) is exceedingly moderate. J
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.'" :", ": 10 ,...r .. fr' \. +::-.'" _:>;."t0 acting as signal midshipman to Captain j I chairman of the lighthouse board: 'J;". \ 'r'r ri" iri I. .1.
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.' .' .:.r'I.: ,.t.in'I ... iir = 'f:'_ "" ':.,oJ..i!). .J bumpierand :: I States na\-the fleet M":;: ." .'c. J' i\ 'p"l 1:: ; 'i'ir I It j iJ"
: e" "' 'r.J Fort Moultrie board the at this .
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._ _. IOWA. the least hesitancy on the part of Admiral ship's boats that came tip to Palafox BATTLESHIP TEXAS. I it itT
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Higginson/ to signal the rest of wharf. These squads were from the __ }1<.
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1 ". ':'i routes' to the vicini- Ensign Wortman will have a hard the squadron to come up in the shipping battleships Indiana, Kearsargo and .i
'.!'ta.'-:1: liluff, where land ma- chance to get entirely clear of all but it is useless I to give such I an :I Massachusetts and included some of business men in the city to call and NEW SAILING LIST c f- .- I' .

:'" ', .i'"l! ;Miiall!] arms practice the allegations as the following order- and have to send the ships back 1 I i: the finest looking young men in the be provided with them. It is necessary \ -- ISSUED THIS MORNING. ':

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,' '...- Morination could not say I f : shall have arrived. hundreds as they came up both sides fore a reserved seat can be sec
*;".r '',\r' 'j! land- From what le learned late this I' of Palafox street failed to discover Reservation will be commenced at :9 ,I morning by the Gill Transit Co., and i ?
f: M-ami-n would be I Five specifications are contained in can a gives names and dates of fourteen r : "

!L', ",'i ir'ii that it would be very the general charge of "culpable) inefficiency afternoon, not a ship has over ;300 tonsI I single one who was not in the neatestof a. m. tomorrow at Coe's bookstore. I steamships to load here shortly. Six ;', I .

"-n r'>\* is already preliminaries I in the performance of duty" of coal in her bunkers. The Alabamahas 1 stjle. The Atlanta Not Sighted.The of the steamers will take cargo for I

.'"'' '"' '.- .trrai.wd on the ships. I preferred against ensign Ward K. perhaps 500 tons, and before night j A large squad from ships at the cruiser Atlanta had not been Tampico Liverpool and; two one each each to to Venice Geneva, Dun-and ;j" .,

:: i"'i'l! ".' \\.'atbcr be fair Thurs I IWortman, who is to be tried by court the Texas may have a larger amountas I navy yard will probably be in the city sighted off the bar at the time The kirk, Civita Vecchia and Antwerp. ;tl #f1j

"n ".., : !iS! from some of the martial at Pensacola. Fla., next week. she is jet coaling. It may be judged -: tonight and an enormous crowd are News went to press.Alabama :

j .>; 1'.1'' : landed and marched 'I for alleged]) << responsibility for the accident how long the ships may have to'lay expected to see the "Lady Minstrels"at in Harbor. SERVICES AT .,.._:

'1 ""''1"'! '. my. This idea was on the Massachusetts two here when it is stated that, wit :, the opera noose this evening.The THE CHURCHES. .
j The fine battleship Alabama movedup : 'W''!
*.- I. ,. !' \ Captain Brownson, for- i i weeks ago, in which nine men were the new supply of coal which arrived | minstrel show by men of the at 3 o'clock i ,'. Iii;'

;'x ; '''Hiding the Alabama; killed by the explosion of an eight- this morning, there are less than 4/X)0) Massachusetts will take place at the from the navy yard Protracted meetings at the Presbyterian :-1.. i.n
[ I this afternoon and dropped anchor church have been very success
: : : I '. "'. available and not of the bat house tomorrow
tons positively
occasion of that ship's inch gun."Briefly. one opera "itiul
and big crowds at
i directly off railroad wharf near the are present ; -:
\ \ II,' years ago a practical I it is charged that the ensign tleships carry less than 1,400 tons in nighj. Admission to this delightful flagship. A splendid view of the four I every meeting. Rev. Bachman Is a .'

'' "' !oa was made. The ordered the breech of the to their bunkers. i j event will be free, but no one will be forcible preacher, and his work hero .1
gun battles*ps now in the harbor can be t'
will not be devoid of results. .:
; .1 '' .nc will be much larger be opened for the of return An officer said for The New this i omitted but those holding reserved good : it
., purpose obtained from Railroad wharf or the 11//:
witnessed two years ago. ing to electrical fire while the lock afternoon that from present prospectsthe seat cupons. Tickets may be had from south end of Palafox. I Rev. Dr. A. J. Rfamey of Madison, t J r

STa I Arm Marksmanship. remained cocked; that he failed to ships. would be here many weeks [i Mr. Thomas C. Watson, who requestsThe Fla, will preach at the First Baptist :{ 'F

exercise due in yet. It was the department's desire to i I News to urge merchants and the I church Thursday night. The public ,. \"
precaution returningto
composing the welcom- EXCURSION WILL BEGIVEN I is extended a cordial invitation to t ,

". "Iiu hoarded! the Kearsarge: electrical firing; that he was guilty THURSDAY. come out and hear Dr. Reamy. He is I ,.rl

'.. : wtngreatly interested in i I' of negligence in failing to cause the an eloquent speaker and will deliver ';.' ;f
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.. bolt of the gun to be eased down before The postponed bay excursion ofj I an interesting sermon. The meeting : n
THIS practice and the true
1 will at 7:30:: o'clock. .
commence
".1' '. I ordering the breech opened; hat Naomi Rebekah Lodge No. 10, will be II
> -'ip displayed.i From an !
' ., !I'-nion the "sighter," or i i he was guilty of "culpable negligence"in given Thursday, March 5, at 10 a. m. Father De Beurne of Spring Hill I I .

-.'.. ">,1.i. f gave orders when to allowing the target practice to be A trip will be made to the life saving college, near Mobile, will preach to- ,

f-. ,I'. ..1' each shot the target, reps conducted while the lanyards used in tc station, navy yard and to each of the church.night at 7:30: o'clock at St. Michael's U

"' .. '., ': firing the guns by percussion were battleships. Fare for the trip will be
an imaginary
enemy
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:. lags! away was struck with! led out and hooked to the triggers of 35 cents; children 15 cents. Refreshments Late Trains. i

.': it-f'iracy. The officers stated the combination locks, and finally will be served on board. ,,
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L : that he ordered the breech of the late trains tonight and Friday night, :
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i1 high; decree; of proficiency and patrons along the line are requested ;tl' -
I'. '' ., j right eight-inch gun to be opened DISCIPLINE BAD :
tavy: is maintained by such to note the fact and be governed .,

!-'' :..:;.r.t practice. without asuring himself that the THE POLICE CLAIM. accordingly. t t i:, !(

breech of the left gun was closed. I II

Watch for Search Lights. The battleships continue to be an INDIANA.The Newport News, Va., March 2.-As One Bottle of Burr tt's Vanilla Extract J la :

5: -::min,; tonight probably, every attraction in the city. People are never SEAGOING BATTLESHIP the result of the fearful beating a better than three of the doubtful I '';'; I

t'."-. I m the big fleet will inauguratea tired of gazing upon the great white Indiana has a displacement of 10,2SS tons, cost $3.020.000 and hag a sergeant and a private of the local police kind. Though costing a few cent f ;' t tI

-. v's of drills after dark with the monsters lying in Pensacola's placid speed cf 15.54 knots. She carries four 13 inch, eight 8 inch, four 6 inch guns force received at the hands of I more per bottle its purity and great r, I

". .1:1: : li hts. This is regarded as I t and 30 smaller guns. Her mammoth 13 inch guns are mounted in turrets, two sailors from the batleship Maine on strenztb: make it the most economical 1 ij

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY MARCH 4 1903.Ms. .


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PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AL\ \'\ \111iir 1





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women of a high order of efficiency
HE IS SURPRISED: AND SOME: for infants and Children
and integrity? If you know of any

WHAT PAINED AT THE INCOM- Federal officeholder! in Georgia of The Kind' You Have Always Bought lias borne the !-," .uturc
Such Delicious Coffee
PREHENSIBLE OUTCRY BEING whom this is not true, pray let me of Clin<. II. I'Icti'Jior, ami has been made under in.penonnl .

It is not the coffee-it U the Cream. Your coffee till always taste delicious if you use know at once. I will welcome testimony Mip<*r\i iou for over .",o '('ars. Allow no 11'1;.

MADE AGAINST HIM. from you or any other reputable j PET BRAND
citizen which will tend to show that "..TII..t-a..gotlll" but ].xIll'rin'ntstill oiuLm-fi<< : ,

a given public officer is unworthy; health of 1rcn-lxpcricuce against: llxncriiiiem.
EVAPORATED CREAM\ Atlanta, Ga., March :3.-The.follow-
.N and, most emphatically, short will be I

'*"t t, i It is not tike!.. weak and watery milks put up by others but is crew-ny and uniform in con. lug letter from President Rooseveltto the thrift of anyone whose lack of The Kind You Have Always Bou&l: -

s.ktency-every tan alike. Any can of EvaporAted Crram; label,
beanngourcap
the editor of the Constitution is ;
urn used herewith, is guaranteed to be the p>e>t and pur.Ie sure you seethe worth is proven. Incidentally I may Bears the Signature of
cap label before you buy. T is the cap of'em-Ihe sign; ot boaol goods. a reply to a request for an expression mention that a large percentage of

ij Hfflfrjfy.] HELVETIA EI1K CONDENSING CO., Highland Illinois concerning the recent letter the incumbents of Federal offices in'''

"OriEinatoH: and Largest Prodncerj of Evaporated Cream." Georgia under me are as I un.] 'r-
from Mr .Harry Stillwell Edwards of
stand it, of your own political"tan'u.:: '
:Macon in which :Mr. Edwards madea

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lit !- luul !Ou..\.. as long as they continue
The in the matter of federal appointments every way
told of a rtNtie110.. after In Use For Over 30 Years.
TI:children to render good and faithful serviceto
o fn 'I;. fell asleep! by the in the South, holding that the ... .
T..r n. tOM..NV n Mu.&N al.rrr P WVONN Irrv.Biii
writer in :i l:1a the .
: public, I
president has !been misunderstood. n\ t : bli"'i&- : ; tQ
of interest In In it did of "This is true of your own state: I .
was! a swarm President Roosevelt writes: --

'i family as "tLe 0:1 his flee and proceeded "White House. Feb. "_1. 1902: :- and by applying to Mr. Thomas NVlsonPaso :
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small! I> "L i:.to
I drop a sip of .; sleep anything but j'le-is- lion. Clark lowell Editor of the of Virginia to General Basil >> GOfDPAJit
; while! a few nins.ut'H's| ; Duke of Kentucy, to Mr. George i Tif. ,
}J4 of Ff>'' '''!h that Constitution, Atlanta! Ga.: Dear Mr.
to add their torture to that Mr. John I I I'
of Tennessee to
- tice. T.e! >e ., : : Of coarse the man woe How ell-As to teiU-ral appointmentsin :. Crawford a\ t \tr J MANUFACTURERS AND DEALf.K ISLUMBER
wtn.il at all. Mcllhenny, of Louisiana to Judge: I
L ; '-'!-,! iitt.i-Us! I y the com the South frankly it seems to me :
opening ..! the: : Jones of Alabama, and Mr. Edward C :
; awl'aIII: : tried tn built that my appointments speak for I 1T \ LATHS
a rt>c<'wiz and : ,
all of them
S. Wilson of Mississippi, ,
I'n aljaloai! : :Ull:1 1 h;;: themselves and that my policy is I I
take 1 !he ( ; *tniu!: lint: on the nov. '' democrats and all of them men of I .
;t.% lax," I hdi.-.n', : self-explanatory. So far from feeling t' h l'.Mj SAVED CYPRESS; SBINGLES-- -1'' U;::
.! youiti ell get off he the higlwststantingln respective'communities. I I
tips 1Iinle I I that they need the slightest apologyof

e sLould -' ., justification my position is thaton you; will find that ': -;; PEXHACOI.A.: FLA
I what I ha\e done in Georgia stands l
of what I have done
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  • - Pork. the strength ,
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    \ i !i\'I' that the fork was in claim the not as the eception but as the rule :
    I have the right to supportof
    "That :
    man
    niakes" a Kurope: us early as the all good citizens who wish not for what I have done throughout the COAL AND WfPOfJ.

    I 1).,but if they were tl.elr u-e standard of federal South. I hate good( reason ty believe !:
    platform every only a high service -

    Smile great : !;: it : the bcgiui.ins: of the seven- I
    Smithers. well to the states mentioned-and as the sum of ,
    when It1" either dis I the South as as THIS WINTER THAN EVEi J'}L": RESEND
    "Nn. replied; parts on the whole, necessarily in
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    j U'di-covcn-d and J pfpul.ir-I North, and a policy of consistent justice

    conductor. lk Wwins and other anti. and good will toward all men. the South at large-represent not US YOUR ORDERS NCl/\

    >t car.pleader"- every' : i ir it to the earlier d.ite, be-i!i In making appointments I have merely an improvement upon those'whose I

    vessel containin coins I' sought to consider the feelings of places they took but upon the | Thompson Olsen & C ,:).
    I n 'es and sonic iron forks whole ,
    standard of
    , : a higher Federal !
    }
    The \ the people of each locality so far as

    Her ," I at Seviiistoii, l1lautl. in I could consistently do so without service than has hitherto been attained I Manresa Street, Telephone 247.

    j.(T $ are too young: H. I i sacrificing principle. The prime tests in the communities in question. I'' .. .. _. -.- --- _

    old are you? CAT.\R"'J- quickly vleld-: I have applied have been those of may add that the proportion of colored ESTABLISHED: tl63.
    ? tier ;-\lit"r- by .tly'1 Crpuu: Ii 11m, I I
    Ei character fitness and ability! and : men among these new appointees -
    lli-r rather i : ". aromatic. It i i"
    tti t unveil.-ton !: -. thrnllzh' the nostril i I.. I i I when I have been dissatisfied with is only about one in a hundred. I McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
    whole surface "In view of all these facts I have ,
    heal the ,
    .
    t'rs offered in
    wait halt a / I what has been ray own I
    e- it ditlu-es it.." I'. A rtin- been surprised and somewhat pained :! a -aaeLZCetr --o
    IK tvetitY-'' '\ : party lines I have without hesita
    al catarrh which Nrtrj--
    k K just a1N'ut I:;- to the di-e.i-rd tnein tion gone to the opposite party'andyou at what seems to me the incomprehensible -1 and General >>
    I Ship Chandlery ar-dWcrfe.
    ) lint be u-Hl. Creim are of course, aware that I have outcry in the South about .
    c y A !o.. nizpd ns a "Iweit c. actions-an outcry apparently start.
    repeatedly done this in jour own 03 AND SI11FKT.KBVEP.E .
    I'm-le 605 rt P\loiU'OX
    :" at driurri>ts or by mail
    ed in New York for '
    reasons! wholly
    :
    fur fnrty "':Ir.; : head inn i 'itely di- state of Georgia. 1 certainly cannot uuu AGENCV. _

    ,,1t jhisiibly! haws cream halm i. n nt.! I treat mere color as a permanent !bar unconnected: with the question nominally COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEKLINO'S fON!>* 'OWALVANIZED

    iiinkiii' tlin-e 50 W.irren 8trE't't. New to holding ollir<,. any more than I at issue. I am concerned<< at' WIRE ROPE A. RUHBELA dON'Q PUMt'HSKIS

    t ti.t ober it I U-llef b\s : could w> treat md or birthplace the the attitude Southern thus taken but by I so manyof I I friijJ hlih! ails! l:ticd! Isjlrnmsnis; Ctrl Jscicri, tu'rCXMPAt :
    dat people: am not
    my
    e1j w o.. to litllntipr.. always provided that in other respects I .
    Wouldn't\ affect in the least angry; and still less will K8. LOGS KTU
    i th.U..l' of being at rvldi the applicant or incumbent is
    aft 1 have simply this attitude have the effect ot" making i C. .M3it6ti3i9 Oertin; Collet'tiulAent: for Bar Pilots' Benevolent A, =,>
    : .!? t1 hat: i is the use n. worthy American citi/en Just as'En
    ' l fur iiurUIu'!"- I a me swerve one hair's breadth to j iiitior.
    : despondent? '[tie worhl I \I.' will 1 treat it as conferring a one silo or the other, from the !I'

    + 1 !: for us all-Ms plei.tr right to hold (llfie('. I have scant sympathy course I have marked out-the course ,

    j'! En'r 'Ihill; is I worry to Land out even with the mere doctrinate, with I have consistently:" followed in the |I TEE GARDEN SECTIONo
    v (if us from tini" to time. past and shall: consistently follow inthe
    conies to ( :
    wo'ild I be no need fur men I tl.man with mere theory who future. I OFoPensacola

    })('Witt & Co., -we eniild! all be babes-if refuses to face facts; !but do yon \\ith n'iranlSinct'rely y/mrs. :

    tJ eomc years a ? ; no ;:r'at lite! problems to : think that in the long rtU'1 it is saior "THHOUORC. KOOSEVIILT" i FloridaNear

    : &t from Witch 1 .'!:" to lnvir, no s"rrowto i for euTjlimly it we act on the ram- = -- --:. I II I ,
    ------
    T. for Piles. For These are the Inlancf: to'All nun un..' rather than on that C .. -1 I East Hill Electric Railway Terminus

    ins and I'I'"t If'. '!bey are the trials \v; '
    )O n'
    i :t'ome; men down? eU I
    in order to st..UIJII'UIi
    '
    i cuts, burns "I ask to judge not by what
    ; you
    I :\ us to the oj-portiliJties Beautiful Lots for Sale.
    ,. eases, ) -\\ ::: b.ipiiiness: that tidies d> I say, but by what during the last It may be from overwork, but

    This has :; : \ 11"1' poverty ltar'W'I : :;('\'t.ntt."tml.:1 lis 1 have actually I tie! chances are its from an inactive 10x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord

    uta. \vortlilens (' i\press. ilotu' In your owls state of Gergu : LIVE P.,. -
    t : I ing to location and surroundings.
    4 Will's-Iht :; ; you are competent to judge from ; With a well conducted LIVER I ____ _______

    yj iuaoy, Jt.hn t Solomou's.'i I blackheads COMPLEXION.and muddy ; jour own experience. In the great one can do mountains of labor I Exceptionally! Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View

    .
    . ; bulk of the eiiies, I have reappointed: without fatigue. High, Dry Fertile Lands.
    which
    are so common : .
    I'n-hideut McKinlej's appointee Tin .
    .
    ! ? i Iltmbniul- ): !: and girls at a certain I It adds! a h a n d red per cent to ---- -
    :fr Ji I changes; I hard nia.le.: such as that in Tho for investment eve
    ': I am failing. a torpid, !liver. A course :, ones earning capacity.it grandest opportunity
    , :- ( till : the pohtmaiitfTsliip at Athens and in
    I I'i .\ will cleans the can he kept in healthful action cflered in Pensacola.
    \ i often I Live the survojorship at Atlanta were
    "' .. (lie bowels and liver
    and I
    ,
    by
    : I again<:t join as I think you will agree, changelor; ty only Rome Seeker Should See These Lots.
    i, a clear healthy complex .
    1 tf b! llu-baih-l! : the better and not fur the \\\'r't' I --- -- -- -- -
    . 1 dear I !by all dng;.:ists.
    : mean' : :
    ;1\t': happens! that in each of these offices!
    \\r.1 Wife! (relit>< 'I lV Clubbc:
    i!
    :I I have appointed! a white man to sucotttl "t
    j \ SCHEDULE. Tu ts Pills' Ft
    .i s a oilonil man. In South I'aro-
    ; llMH Corner Garden and Brit Streets
    I1t>-I I Fiinist| ,! OF, !i liua. I have similarly appoint!* d a

    - ; to art! jour (': white postmaster to succeed a colon

    : t 'i Slieo.; : ,, I CAPTAIN FRITZ, 1IoSlma"tt'r. Again, in South Caro- TAKE XO SUBSTITUTE. rO.BKK.NT, W.i.1I KNOWLKH. W. K. H.U.JIt.. J. H, KKKHFPresldctt.
    I' f I I VloH-Froiiidact. ashIH. Aii't C.ih:*)
    t you called pi IlottEus M tntger.: Iina, I have nominated a colored man r ar_ Mme.Liver1.
    5 ;
    ', wanted jnii. Fref-p irt Moiidiy! :11 d tn fill vacancy,)' in the position of

    \11.1"r ; II a' t'toml peril'I.jl .it for a I nien.ins IVu-avtiU*. Von lay ill d I colk-ctor! of the port of Charleston, lazy F'irst' National i Bail

    uizh' (; just as in Georgia I have reappointed -

    4 : The the colored man who is now serving
    ten-ac.ll 'lu and
    -day "I RATA lion troubled a great drat
    .v, jl' A weak !: 'lt. as collector of the port of Savannah with u torpid liver, who h prmtiiceo constipation
    af Fr..Fop'rt Wednr1.iy found CASC A li in-s to t)0 all you clulm) or PEKSACOLAFLA.VV1. .
    because It Both are fit mt'll.11) the appointment for het:1.l\n,1 srcurtd such flit fILe tlrst: trial
    t : IIlnruilll{ that I purchasedanothcrsupl'tl! Ir..l'Ill completely -
    , of one should cause any luoreexcitement ..
    1 lit lie eats into i
    cured I shall on \>f Too glad to rec- D'JR2o-rUTt.: a
    ! than the of inm'.i'nJ CiM'arcu "liencvorluBl'.y
    1 appointment 'pi
    . ,l and strength I Is pr stinted J.A t-MlIl). U.: 50WLli:3.:: W. A. HLOUNT F. C. BP.EHT-: K 1-11
    \H at\ any sick I another. I am wholly at a los to i S-isouclianca( Are. i'lillaAcivUia, Pa. D. O. JJRENT,

    tirst restoring ARPEtI iruaIII"S; I am writing to a Juan

    j the stomach. of Keen and I trained intelligence. 1 CANDY I L ;
    : : s sis

    I tI t'fltoM 11 tI I not digest tH'-'il hardly say that to ('olilll'.tdtl'r CATHARTIC f.MJ l ii" W( l Mm:: M* ui

    tissues and 01) these appointments, or ai; t

    ;. II down limbs I ftlrl' (, ,. or a. nt My oilier appomiuif.ni-: -. or .
    .:! Ktxlol Iysn' { t iI U,:' -if 11us- in upholding the Uw uiliitiuuola a TatCE VMaitEo rr7'\ C*st7 on- '>vKill..-
    -a fits, sweetens '....,/ ;....... with such questions as Jhrr.auy, France, AU t3. Italy, Holland, Hpaln, Holyinai! Hafr ;
    I (-c1 .. (, Hw-tlfn. Denmark]: and other Enropean c-)nntrlFS.
    glands: and 1 th : (ial '!flaity'! and 'negro domination t .7. .

    .pi I acts, and (' ( I :i isia .t !\ .' f{ is as al>.'rd as to connect them .'!h! .P' t'.-nf. 11. iiO W..r. I .TO' I I.Cr.4.' "J'1o c E'tr: tje-nPlq Diybnratd- ipon -iio-Moss--- -Fairorrblp TT-':" t"Ii +

    I'l and all .1IJ" J. the nebular hypothesis of the th('"r.> ... CUBE: CONSTIPATION.. ... i O\j.njou,. Tatec Payable at PoM of '> iir-aiiou T-u or t .- .'
    fi .
    'r. ,
    : 1 ., ,1
    I pis (' : h \ '' ;; ; of aiums. FI.-t..n.--- i. I r. II. 'b.Tod.- --.- ; :,tat Ves-el! ArrlT" ;\ere.y .

    I .... /. ..... t'-A "I have eonsiiliel! in.ly! with 'o'ir Plc.Tu" n I rt I .rL'.I I tr" ,!rugs
    ; f.1 Kahn. .1 .
    . Hi/ M" -- 'UJo.I 4O't t 1 la.'J' Ioec I nn0tt.OOLAY,4 I ,rI'Saf..t DfrecnltBoxi.R for Rent !n Torrlb '! :': r
    \ '"I.V'. .,!\..,r' j" own bUaiins and oi.i-jrt -". '. au t.> '
    --
    i ;i.j[ '(11R' - -- \ whlrh TTO hara .Vrtva pertinent fa1 -
    1g I "' in.clu rat.i-r and r..t.: '. :
    S Co' ... :r4r":" :' .1 : any : of RttntATR.tJR .
    k-L". : : R'- 2 ; -T. ., ;::. ,> 3 1" appfiioti ,' in (;.'''1'-.1, C' ',. i ..:ngvhuiii ; : .)= *
    : ..
    s' .. .. }! I .. eJ, iSajdB&tf \ ihere \vaTH: i :. :.: :. r :/ I KING'S; '
    PROFESSIONAL "
    ist and Corn $eal dills; '
    ..,', :
    : adds- in the tiatiI. \-< '' \: \ \
    I .. .. _.
    ---'----'
    : prescribe it [lan.,:na; of jla"nn11'; \\':llor J.uo3 I! ,. f. GOBZftidEZ t CO., Pre; i TRY HEW! DISCOVERY : W. C. taw: f..

    \il.1-! .I. of tt '. tCuteieratv ,
    ot i :- .I i -
    T' e ; their r,cst delicate : ,;.Qnh rterrr'I.it't > FOR THAT COLD. .
    s.j.dieriand .vu' Il:..rr.- Shw. t rn17 < H. :'N' I
    C.ther f "*' 1 "N'> JTf'l-.if'f>! 'I I 7AKK flO SUSSTITUYS.Cuns :. :
    j...r 1.1 I : t.Icn.s. .',ii I.J.riib: ai2o: 01 .Ma '.: J mil.t. '- I Hiar< frtm'stoy.a.r ,

    ': 7' : i and FUF E. t .',0\ will aster? v 'Ii! .... .1 i.: 1 -4TOTB *'FFD.Ptrt .. ) Con.'unpri'n: ,Courtis!: cod after "n C ir'r
    i "Nlu1U. for there Iti
    V ':' .' ;' b*.,.,.' world i; i'i :). -' ., i '.r; : i I .1. .-?."". y',: -:'.,'IIS! toy rJ rear Mi-n ant !I Cold Lronrhiiij, A>thraa, ,
    l' ::1 i r r I I .. I ir .- ; '-inf. ?'nna11aara('! .tr'a Phone O.;,
    <] l') t t.; ,' i'a aLl, r a-1'! i t. I .V. .-, ..' q v.i ..,"'' :,\ '. DOT Int'fj I PneumoniaJIay FCi'dPleuri \
    .".!!i'.. 1 i .... ..!: j '. 7. : ):i :; I. :..i: t"O': eartlnIf:,!"' :
    : f! FicQ .1 ".r ti Hoarseness
    ,1 701 I r! In ar Indrpe:!f 1)111.01.n -y, LaGrippe, ;; 'I
    .. .,)J ,1- .. i I','. ...-. i.1'. r",,!' I"'i t'IP 'H.t," nm"r"'q'r.-. '. r i I JOHN S. 1ii.'rt :
    n.-._' ..;:? ',- ,.- ''th.,. rr, ": 1\', Yr.a's I ISore Throat, Croup andrhtor''t .

    L >-' Ift.l AJ..i\ ,i.. MEi.2-" Ir. vi'L* '-" .. ., ," :h.r."' .MV',' ,". ". .. ,,',. -, \\ r 'feuh.) !I f ATTORNEY--\T

    .,- Vujl i r. f.f"r .".,r,,MIT.i;: .;-::. hJ..(' united in ruauiia vcw.. I I fll''tH: T'n. .
    NA': -is' .' ... <" '. .. :: -. .iiiiti<.n', r....n.:situ 1 have been able to i 'i I >\\ ... NO CUREf!OPAY.
    c.lil Wli! I Iit t .J ,r ,- ?',_ r..r.tloni: F I go, : -' a i PAHKER-3 1 Pries off.-; 41. TPI4L Q017LES FAsc i Ofir'r Hf.tlrH: t.
    '' of .r..a. i 'lut."C.'. their ah ice. Am 1 not right in r. --ir.. 1 HAiR CAL3AM I
    ,. ,'trie1 ; ,.' : H .
    .u: .
    .
    I1' I T."'! .Irn' -I 'It' i. '". : fc Lr. I ton .
    i
    ii. > :,f-1.,' lA. g'lt.TT' ,. '!!, CL ire hat the Federal officvholui; i 't: "H"aI nC'l..t p. t .", ,' -i. ;' ..tI -. 1 will dud 2:3'p. in. 'I.
    watcr.0
    yiu'w ',m, !JSU-2 LuiabyrrvgstIs; .. I: l.- bat r Fa.'. 10 .(" zr i;ray repair your prAcHt'.. ia all U"tP HI' i '
    .*. 43 | or "ni .u *' r.r \':!:' m I have appointed thro'mL"! ; r .. f Hair. to. its Tr it' -.1. Co.cr.' : 'ulr'y in flrst-claaj *!\yl*. J. I All burin's >ntrinif Hot. .s4 Eton by :'artPs'r* .!.J vi:! fo;r r Jar stat" ar.. as a !uody of m'.a and .;::, ,-1 t. Cu- ',< 4- -s-.t it a*.<>.r ,OL* it( Fhens.tS I Iit I prcuitthud uiligoul ait4' ..:| '
    d
    doze at '
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    THE DAILY NEWSi PENSACOLA FLORIDA, ,WEDNESDAYS, MARCH 4- 1903.




    POULTRY POINTERS. RHEUMATISil; \

    When chickens grow very fast, It 1\

    sometimes Under usual canoes conditions leg wen variety knt'Ss. of ;

    '.. food is better than. any medicine that "
    ,:. can be given. j

    0 yesterday wereUneeda The only safe way of disposing! of ACUTE AND CHRONIC Some people have been suffering' \'

    ; dead fowls that have died of any contagious from Rheumatism so long that

    The disease is to burn them.
    they can scarcely remember tho

    Biscuit Clover contains two elements that MUSCULAR, MERCURIAL, time when they were entirely freo I

    are III demand by the litr.s nitrogen; from an ache or pain, and have

    anti lime. It is rich in the elements ARTinill AR AND long since forgotten the joys of a painless

    Best required for the whites of eggs. existence. They are at the mercy of every I

    to-day are Wliein roup gets into a flock It invariably ill wind, and their misery is aggravated

    I' ,I leaves seine ailment behind. I INFLAMMATORY I by exposure to cold or sudden changes in 1. I i

    Uneeda Biscuit The fowl that has been subject to It la' the temperature. They become walking1 1:
    Biscuit seldom healthy agaiu. barometers and most accurate in weather predictions,the increasing pains in ;t. !

    There Is no cure for feather pulling muscles and joints foretelling the approaching storm or the coming of bad 11i.

    \ except by more labor and time than an weather. It is from these constant sufferers that the great army of rheumatic. .f.

    # to-morrow will be ordinary flock is worth. The best planis cripples is recruited. Their bodies are worn out by the incessant pains and i'.

    Baked to get rid of the !guilty fowls as soon the joints become so stiffened and bent ,1 \

    as possible. that they are at last compelled to give :Bowling Green, Ky. 1 l,

    Uneeda Biscuit A lien seldom begins; to eat eggshells tip or hobble about on crutches. Gentlemen:-About a year ao T ,. "'

    until she finds one broken or until she NobodyeveroutlivedRheumatism; was attacked by acute Rheumatism
    *\ becomes accustomed to eating the disease never loosens its grip or in my shoulders, arms and legs below .
    eggs
    thrown out into the yard. The safest leaves of its own accord, but must bedriven the knee. I could not raise my ana
    to comb hair. Doctori prescribed
    my
    11 plan is always to crumble them up fine out by intelligent and persistent for me for over two months without

    before feeding. treatment through the blood, for giving me any relief. I caw S. S. S.

    Rheumatismofeveryvarietyanm.Iform advertised and decided to try it.
    is caused by an over acid condition of Immediately I commenced its use I e
    Taming the (IteetRli In India.
    J ; Sold only in In-cr-scal Packages the blood and the in muscles felt better and
    ? 5 \ The theetah is tied in all directions, deposit remarked to my l.
    :.. principally from a thick grummet of joints and nerves of corrosive poisons mother that I was glad I had at last i
    ? and found some relief. I continued Its t
    rope around his loins while a hood gritty particles, and it is these ., .
    substances use and am entirely well. I will
    irritating that produce the
    I fitted over his head effectually blinds always feel deeply interested in the
    II' NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY1it him. lie is fastened on a strong cot Infl.ammatIon, swelling and pains, success of S. S. S. since it did me .It .
    v ... bi-dstead. and the keeptrsand their which last as long as the blood remains much good. Yours truly,
    f.! 'i 4 wives and fan.illcs reduce him to submission in this sour and acid state. MRS. ALICE nORTON

    II'-:. '- _ _ _9' >_ ,":_; ; by- stan'ilia him and keeDinir. .. i To cure Rheumatism permanently 311 Twelfth Street.
    him awake. His bend is made to face the blood must be purified and invig- 1
    i the village street and for an hour at orated, and no other remedy does this so wellx so promptly as S. S. S.It '

    a trood rlanu tuner to THE BOW IN WAR. I FIXED DATES IN RUSSIA. j a time several times a day his keepers refreshes and restores to the thin acid blood its nourishing and health-sus t
    IVtiacila, still you hold -- make pretended rushes at hiL and taming properties. And when strong, rich blood is again circulating through '

    order. encl it in. I have IIo\T Ii \Va. :M.iinj ....tl\bT lie '1hl') Role I'.trii lit Simple Tiling I \\'ave doth staves and other articles the body the acid poisons and irritating matter are washed out of the muscles
    .t.iuii'i'rfleiiiit.. Milh Absolute T) rnhin)'. I In his face. lie is talked to continually, and joints, and the pains at once cease
    ar, experience and hn"e'i Itnutine Is e.xcetslingly! strong in Itus- and Rheumatism of the
    is
    Tin- .\\' aUMS II j .V i.itl- ImrMmcnjisuini and women's tongues: are believed to a thing
    1 in several piano factories. sia. 'lliere is a lIar in June, wlikh, S. S. S. is
    u ,';:i r.U4: vh.ij.c.I Thoyore upon be tIe? most effective antisoporifics. No past. a purely vegetable
    ft at Johnson's book store I.ta.k' of ln.n:, Ktiwnilly liuffalo horn, I sa.'o; in.iution, it licvoiucs safe to bathein created being could resist the effects of medicine and docs not derange the

    {, ttt'-ndfd to. iu t\\o l j.Usi"*, jtiinnl l 1i3' wronU'ii (rn1 the rivers after the winter frwzc. hunger, want of sleep and feminine stomach like the strong mineral

    CirAs.V.. PRESSLEY. 1t- ami wlifii uiiMriii.1 hail tin- form No matter Low warm the water may scolding! ] ; and the i>oor cheetah liecomespiteotisly remedies, but builds up the general,

    of :t c'al.ital C, which fiuil.litl th' u to lie I earlier no matter how cold it maybe abjectly; tlme.-"Ietlst! and health, increases the appetite anti:

    lt liui.j OUT tin arm on hursfluuk. on that day then is the time to take Man In ludiu." tones up the digestion.
    SEND YOUR ORDERS Wl.ou btrullg, a thUu-ult fat to tho;:euimad the lirst swim. Other flvcd dates are I Through our :Medical Department I

    1' irl & Dolive for carpenter or to them, tht-y took tlio douMi mentioned "Ivan at Home," by Herbert Tnnnel Dlnoomfortn. the pain-racked, despondent Rheumatic sufferer will receive helpful advice

    tric.il work. Repair work a curve of the antique Imw us swu in the Barry. Of course the statements The prairie dog that had started out from Physicians of experience and skill without charge. Write us fully about i ,

    ..tlty. _ rPiirt'M'Utation' of Cuiml. This was the do not apply) to all Russians, but to to see the world was taking in the t your case. THE SWIFT SPEOIFIO CO.. ATLANTA. GA. ;; ..
    Tartars bow," used h y the Scythians, the average jn-asant only.No sights in a neighboring village Inhabited --- -- --- -. !
    Ch'\nin: ladlp8 skirts and waist!; I
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    I'arthians and IVrnians and to quite man dare touch an apple before his
    up
    of star Laun by own species. CARPENTRY \
    ue on.r specialties. ,
    rm-iit thnos iu In<1ia.; It was drawn the Oth! of August, however ripe "the "Weil," he said as he hJl'krtllll'itily! I' WWWWWkNiCK'S :.

    dry.Try by; the thumb alouo on w hu h the archer fruit may really be .before that day. out of a subterranean dwelling; that a ELECTRICAL WORK : '

    Gunther's Candies at wore a broad, th'uk ring of horn, lie d.K>s not believe is fit to eat rattlesnake had pre-empted. "I see they 1

    Solomon's. ivory or cnniflian, ou whose edge; the The village sportsman although he hare the same tunnel problem to solve I -- .:

    wstrinK rested. may have observed the blackcocksfighting here that they hare in other citles.I ."- 1 i Ring' up Pearl & Dolive phone GOO,

    in's file The Ion;? bow was al>o much In use among; themselves unusually Chicago Tribune. I if vou have any carpenter or electrical ;
    .}; Sfsjtr 5c. anions; Imlian infantry; of the middle early owing to the warmth of the I __._ i work you want well done.
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    apes, but neither they nor any; other spring: caiinot make up his mind to ,

    PEARL & DOLIVE. Asiatics appear to have done pudi exetutiou shoot them until the appointed day; has lHIAHKABlE CURES I I IRE

    as 1b' -' JIIli"h archers of the arrived.No : J. N. ANDREWS,

    I .11 on them at the corner of Oar I same: jierioil. HornuT says: describing! ;: traveler! will start ou :a j journeyon ,I TAURANT .

    J Alciniz strepU for carpnttriaL a liilttle 1>I'lwt1Iurlll l'h and Iii either a Monday nr a Friday. -- ,, ,* Headquarters for ..<
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    1 ,-i'! : work,or phone Ci( (). I brother I III':1: "They draw their arrows Although the delay is strongly;: '

    with a Uiarvelons swiftness, one I again.st his own Interests the lisliernian Are Ffirs: Made Call Free of SE\VING MACHINES. .' .

    mau bel ug nl.le t<. draw six of them will not cast his nets In-fore 1l1'I'r"j -

    L L')3'))G DiRECTORY before a musketeer can disiharpetnliv bin day, whether the season be late or .I Chan lii tin Red COrms Physici I REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL ACENT DAILY :

    ; |.ut, to s.iy truth, their arrows early. I \ MENUS .1 .
    tI,) but little execution. More of them No lamb Is supposed to l>(' able! to ns \Who arc localtilat!( 111 Vest t 1:1: South Pnlafox 8rrt'*t. It :..
    the air broken the! the ,f should it have I Comprise nil the Up-to- -
    :IINIGHT3 OF PYTHIAS. are lust in or on reach ape ( mutton ---- --- -- : .
    'round than Lit.** b'l'nltorn before the day named the drae Street--Services for ThrEe Date Dishes the Markets "

    t'"n>.ai >Uliu1ip. So. 3, K. of p.. The Ixiw, in fact requires more than: peasant's ('all'mlar1It1 so through of the World 1

    "- .T> ry. !Monday even-. any other \\'(': ]">11 eon"tnnt practice all the common events in their daily Months are Given Free to All In- fiord. I ':
    8 a at Castle all, from chi'dhood' and strons Kiij.'li-h- life dws this attachment to fixed dates I I. j

    r.i.t 4ni.':a* Kiount third floor-- Watson inen of the present day; are quite unable hedge in a Itussjau's, cxbteuce.Ilnil I TUMI Who Call Up Ttoi Before .

    k...,""f I,:. ::J. brethren cordially: to me the bows of the Ii-;,.!![! human 'I.l.

    .J.K .' f ..":o m,1(1 J. A. LYLE. Mincopies of the lltlamalCllall1 Knoneh; of I.nn. I March 21, Ladies' Private J :'rI

    .::4 o H, HORSIER C. C. bers' Journal. A gentleman who is now general superintendent pr>tistie f'hotography> ."
    K. K. a 8. '
    of a railroad ht'gnllife I Dining Parlor i !
    A staff of eminent physicians antI sur-
    Him HIP !iprlne'oU Tratrl. by trying to practice law in a Missouri Kcon-i from the Ucd t'ross :'ol..dlclilln.litule !otu S. Palafox Street. I .1'

    li.uiinn lnnii!: *. Sf}. 13 r The t-priujrlMiks of South Africa nil-! Village. One of his first cases was before lii\e. at the urgent solicitation! of u largeiiuinhcr .. --- 1 .J'I
    of under their cnr..ln this
    patients -- -- --- --
    '. \ "I I iv .'veiling at 7Sat: prate In Mist herds. nioviii'r: III a comjiact his father, who was a justice of cuuntrv.-tllhlhb"d a permanent branch .I '."
    H I'alnfox ami (iarden Ixuly and carrying I'ViTjlliine 1fore ,"- the peace. After a stormy; wrangle; between of tLn Institute in this city at DR.F.E.BRUCEHas Regular Dinner Daily. iL'
    "- .." -I I' K ''',' i-nrilmlly Invited. I
    J. Al.litKTjoIl.S80X, them. If a hock of Mieep" l..' In the joung attorney and his adversary II I 111 WestChase Street. !
    "'r. v. C. C. the line of march as hoinetimes happens the old gentleman decided the j returned and resumed practice. -
    1: .tS The eminent ceutli'inen have decided to I tJ
    it is surrounded em'eloped and jisaitiHt his sons' tlii-nt. 1 lie i .. .
    case : ;young j give their servietentlr..iy free for (hr.- Office 2-!! West Government St., Short orders Promptly : .
    beconn"!. willingly! or unwillingly, part man gave vent to some expressions: of 1! months (medicinn! exe.ptedi) to all IDAatidsUo 2 ...
    K4Jt.li' ., I.il' ,. "f I1 ,, cull upoi. tlu-m fur treatment Sali-bury Building.; Filled: Night or Day.
    Nc $
    .1. : n. K. (If the springbok army.; .\African Indignation, gathered up his books and 1 \

    PI 11 I i".' i, "'>.' ,',\K>:rv N->lliurxlnv. 8', Knights: even-h of hupter t.'itill'\ strange: story of seeing started to lea\e the room. His father Between Now{( and March 21. Po1oIhcitoI 143. ;

    ... 'in il-rlr itstle' I 1I"II.n. a lion j in the midst ('f the :anteloi, pu"lu'tl1IiJlN'S on to his forehead mind If It'l om..lhIDIl Good to Eat I,<
    These bHrvleci consist! not only of conciliation ,
    i t.I\.lIll1l1hllll"Ulh-1<\ ,? ; .. foreto join the niardi. It is up- began mildly; to Urture him saying: .examination and advice,but also you wlbli you'll find it at ". J'..,
    "i r<. cc.r"i..llv flcoiiieil. ]! P'"""t that the lion had sprung; too far "Young man. tI) you expect to make of minor surgical operations. Nifi'MMIBTL /
    The object in ;pur-uin tills course
    It. .\t.LMN l:. ,f.i for Iii: jiiey, that thoM upon{ wlumi henlij.litc your living practicing lawV" is to l>t>coiii) rapidly and personally acquainted Nick Apostle'sPopular 1
    i -. tier no conditions will any charge hnte\er
    .him to reach the j\'Outlll, and then the reached the door, shouted back as he I lie inadi for any services renderx.l for threemonths to Balsam of Cepaiba.Cheb. Restaurant. :
    pressure from both thinks and the!! rearpreventeil retired from the field: t., all who call liefore March 21st ..n I. O. O. F. The dovfrs treat all forms of disease and ,
    him from escaping from his Not liefore such a blamed fool courtas deformities and guaranteed cure in eerycasHtbev u!'' in 48 b."'ir tliFKK.NCJ1 '

    '. strain1 captivity.If this." I' un.[ rtllk... At the first 3a06 .L.1.., "1UI'J.JL "n tn.ei. mHNMm i
    \ MV.1..1.1 I.i,4Ip Xo. 4lav I \ e If a borough examination is IDI..r-1 .
    i .'-( evening at j.lat: the springbok( : travels In such lie abandoned the law and engagedIn i if incurable you are frankly and .. .t. .' to I n It' $1 I rNI r.rIST4'JEStatU t f
    W"I IntonttiMirm btrect.cordiiklly armies. 1:o\v can those in the middle railroading with great success.- : so;also advised against spending money foruseless ,

    Invited. and in the rear find fHllt? In thii wNe: i <:rel.'u Itag. I )1'\1. and t real f"lllllh'.lIkn"o meaL catarrh and TA ItA &
    < JoMANsO, N. U. I I. 1
    St I'lvtary.AMERICAN Th-.se in the front ranks. after they catarrhat deafness; also \nrloocele, rupture I ti
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    nrcnieiinlile ( ''vtlo. uoitre, cancer "",1,11 diseases of the
    An : suit tnlI: ;
    I L1: \',' eaten greedily of the pasture: rsctumsrepoitmveIy cured by their newtreitinient. :
    of this
    think the caption
    gradually; fnll out of the ranks to rest Witticus-I '
    GUILD. I essay is one of the most unreasonable heir chief associate surgeon of the Instltuo Following is the schedule of the INSURANCE : :
    and ('hethe cud. while the hungry will hem.. personal charge. :i
    ones in the rear C'UIlIe11.. and so the things I ever saw. tlmc.n.: III West ( has Office Hours !jovernmenteteamer General French AND .fi
    I'arnU
    ('h.Il'll'r No. 607. ? t iu, to 7 iu. tundaYIi 10 a. in. to 1 iA
    CritlsII.w so a. p. p.m.
    columns are all the while changing.The ; which TUE NEWS prints for the t
    \ i 1'. Llsr.JlS: TRt'Tn.: \Vitticus-It is "The Decline of the REAL ESTATE :
    ry. Uueruor.K. benefit of the merchants who ship ,
    Amateur." As if any one ever knew I their goods to the various army No. South Palafox Street. .
    Hand."Yes dediuc.-Daltimore Ji
    I'ri.sli- an amateur to posts:

    OF L. and after she refused me she Arneru.au. Leaves FensRoola .__ __.._ _. Tnn a. m. Partial List of I' ! wan'tll'r hand Iu farewell." HARDBRICK Leaves Ham n'ai_..._. ........_ _. 7Si8. m. Dwellings 01'I I
    !, ..... wasn't it?"-- Leaves Plckxug .__. .. ..___ HIU a. m. for Kent in Various, Parts
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    ., al \ 'lflIly No. l.05.MI $ort of cold wave Only lOc week for the NEWS Leavei liarrancai__ .. .___ Kl5a. m. 1 1
    i 'l.ty In p"en month. Clevelam] 1'lain I>:::tItr.. Leaves fenticola.........?____. ._](>:15 a. m. of the City: I '! :Pi
    W. ?.11.TUARP. ------ --- --- Arrives H..rr&nc"1:10 a. m. and then IJ.'i.OO-2( )j-itory house, rontalnln? IS room. ,
    ".' VMTI.I." M. \\'. PHYSICAL PERFECTIONis :stakes a trip to Fort McHee and then re- him modern conveniences bath on
    I '
    E. W. PEAKE larna to liarrancas. upper and loner rli...r,. corner lot. : )! ,
    cretary. If the liver is out of or Leaves Karrancai ..... .... ... ......_ 1:la p. m. nice yard and khrubhery, statin, out- ,; 3,
    Imposible Leaves fickens ... .. .. ..... ..... ... 1:25 p. m. hou..... etc., >o. 7H hast 1 sltua I r J
    I der. A perfect HUT Is possible if Electrical contractor and builder, Leaves t''A acola. ... ..._ ..... .._. 4tip.m. Hreet. 1 ; W
    will do your electrical work in first- Leaved flckeni ...... ._..... ..... ails p. m. $:15.00-S-story boarding boo.. containing 1 I.,
    you keep using tho right kind of aliver class and at roonablo rate Arrives Karranraa 5:80 p. m. and mukeiSrlpto Jo room. known SN |>. I'oitc da :I. ,
    I
    style
    The HEI'ATILTRA the McRoeand return. j' l.eon liou.., . Beer .
    tonic He can bA found at 30 Houth Palafox On Wednesdays Saturday thej'I cia Hreet. ;
    right kind of a liver tonic. It will street. Phone 203. boatwi'l; leave Karrancas via Pick- f.I.foO-A desirable 2-story modern dwelling ,.
    7 rooms, mo.,desirable bection of be I
    That | ii\on up your his er to jour entire sat Ins for Pensacola at 6:3Q p. m. I t'II.n a corner on Hie utreH car :
    ; Madej @ The Oeiif ral French is for army'parpoes lin.., o.I\:1: :\orlb Harcelona ureet. '\\o"l F
    isfaction. I; will provide excellent lira'\ ON nisi) rj.f.X) -l.arge: -.Iory duelling. In room, 'l i
    1 I OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine I only and any outMder mu=t : frontingeUile '
    and i square. No.SO Kast:
    circulation \ ii
    M U digestion, excellent II t t
    I iave a pas from the quartermaster' lio\'eminent street. ,
    : PiMIIIH! perfect health. oysters today. Try them. I take passage; o j her. ; $; ).,) -Comfortable new 2- lnry modern j 'c !e I';

    &m I mm | )lr. J. C., who does not wish his NIC APOSTLE. .HALF... : welling.tion of the Vro city. I :i
    !I name published says: I cannot refrain II Ka>ien between btrong and 1JtMto 4 '
    15VIC1'ORIA" from extending to you, voluntarily -- -- ----- Ii I streets.125.002story. 1 q i.
    :
    ;
    recommendation -TO- i :! () : dwelling In eood order with .,
    I my sincerest MEAT & MALT has :a marvelous rooms, three doors frcm the belt "
    i of the medicine! ;>'ou prepare and sell dietetic value. While refreshing and I line ba. Ka and aster throughout. i:
    of HKPATICL'KA, :'o :J1U>ortb Barcelona street I
    under the name _
    pleasant to take it helps assimilation ONE MILLIONGet I JO.OO-l-tu-rj: dwelling rooms, cty Bter, r
    I fur reason of its superior qualitiesas blllh, ga., lIIltb large
    ACMEKUEWINQCO. corner Jot, : a toner of the general system. of food. Sold! byDANNHEISSER 4111 Wt.t Wright litrttt. Ii
    m-CKXT 1VTTI.K BKKIN I Since using HCI'ATICURA, althoughI ; BROS. 115.j -I-'tory daehiing.Grooms, newly ca ;I
    sufferer -- --- pered and painted throughout on t.
    TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. have always been agreat belt lite. No.SUt toalt lirt'iory ttrt'f't. 1
    from constipation and colds, I have Our Prices Before 115.0G-I-lilory d1lelllnll.city waterand bath,
    BROS been entirely relieved from both of Hot French W aIDs with 7 beautiful room,. half lock or ground 1Ilth ;I
    shade treel, A0. 7w "
    East '
    these ailments, and I venture to say Florida Cane Syrup at Cervantes street. ; I,
    FOB THE CELEBRATED I in regard to the former it has no Purchasing. $12.-l-HorydweianK.jo! 415 East Grego- .j
    f equal. I have used only two bottlesof Solomon's.SEALED 5ainted.rYlitr..et,1i rooma. newly papered acd
    Harper Whiskey.1 IL'
    11EPAT1CURA so far yet: I find |U/10-No.: UEMt Belmont street G-room e
    normal of 140' pounds has -- cottage. city water, ne1l'11 paJnltl1
    I my weight proposals endorsed "Pro In perfect order. r.. .w
    i been increased nearly 10 pounds. posals for Railroad Track Scale," will UG.ro-No.mu.< Alcaolistrhet.t a new t I

    M, ue-101 S. Palafor: street. I I I shall take pleasure in recommend- be received at the Bureau of Yards Capacity 50,000 Daily UOJl.io.boule. (Ill In East good order with Ii room. ,
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    Jelmon
    r. Kti :'lanse-Opp. Union De ot. 'Ing HEPATICURA to any one deslr- and Docks Navy Department, Washington water, a neat Ii room Cottage Itrt-at.newly city
    i lOllS of finding the very best constitution until 1 o'clock. March H, 1903. I painted CDII nno"atea throughout ji
    (\ K-1X2M. Pensacola, Fla. builder to be had. Sold by all and then and there publicly opened C. K. TAYLOR, Jl.Ou-No.HO papredroom East Lallna Street a DUlly

    Phones Ilfi-2fi8. I druggists. for a 100-ton railroad track scale at dillon, large lot.city later gooa. con-
    the Navy Yard, Pensacola Fla. Plans Brick Co. Artistic Shoemaker A urge list 01 smaller dwellings, .. well
    and specifications will be furnished by pIillan M a number of stores and ot&eti utt hEy

    Laxative B the Bureau. MORDECAI-. ENDI FiNE WORK A SPICI AH Y. THOS. C. WATSON & CO.,
    Quini.e fl I2' CD every COTT, Chief of Bureau. January 26, Pine Barren Fla. Lead,ci Real Estate. Rental and
    Cures Cold inOne Day. Cri!, in 2 D '$ (9. "1RfrL. bOL 25c 1903. M4-Oaw-2w. Phone No.2G. 9 South Palafox St. Agenu,I South fHHox tHree'Insurane. 1



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    :3 THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLAfLDRIOA.. WEDNESDAY MARCH 4.1803
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    _ .. the city council and the that is ;- and all
    ,., y -\ _? r." county commissioners growing every day Oldest and
    ;.) I'.< "'N .. A--.A1# .. Largest
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    -..-_ .wt.o<" ; or perhaps it may be that may be said of those tremendous Cherry Pectoral Agency j in,

    !i 1Wt.!" t'I. trije' .J better for the commissioners of Es gigantic combinations that are being West Florida.EST..UH.ISlIlm .

    -'. ..:.. '- -..-. cambia county to communicate with made and' the questions that are being Ayer's Get well before you have to

    r 'At.red a& thl Foil Office Feouoola, the board in each of the other raised-what will be the outcomeof think of weak lungs bron- I Sfifi.;

    I 'Ik. Moond-clftss matter.OmOK counties. The writer of this has no them? I ask you to mark tonight ,

    _ : :-rtti's Banding J11H booth especial plan worked out but hopesto that I predict that the limit to the chitis, pleurisy. L<;&-* !;:

    'Ufox street op-tUiri. see something done in this direction size of these combinations at last is .-- -- --- -"?---_ _- nowles Bros.INSURANCE

    THE, NEWS PUBUSHING CO. and would very much like to see in the body, the size and the capacityof S25"225"525C .

    _ Pensacola and Escambia county in the men that are on hand to man-

    _I Tarmt: Invariably in Advance. the lead. The legislature meets in age them. r AMUSEMENTS.
    !
    9M Year by 1111_____$5 00 i about four weeks. Let it be under- The speaker went on to show that CAUGHT AT RANDOM .

    Iii Months ____ 1 50 :
    ? stood that a liberal appropriation is every large corporation in America
    OM Week by Carrier Payable Monday 10Hnrtin'ng ',.
    I wanted by the people of this state today is looking for trained young AND

    Rates Furnished on Application for a suitable exhibit at St. Louis; men, and cannot find them; that the "I noted the splendid behavior of "Are You A Mason?"

    that J30.000 or $40,000 will not be field for advancement is broader than the battleships 'jackies,' as referredto Friday night Rich and Harris' comedians REAL

    -TELEPHONE NO. 118. considered any too much for that ever before and steadily growing. His in The News yesterday, and to say headed by John C. Rice and ESTATE

    purpose. Florida is a first cousin to address was devoted largely to the the least it was commendable," said Thos. A. Wise, a clever pair of comic

    all the states carved out of the Lou- importance of fitting young men to an observant gentleman in Roch's stars, will appear at the theatre to 30) South PalafoSt n'tt.

    ( ) isiana purchase and should certainlybe do their work well, to manage, to direct last night "This is in marked con- I present the tremendously funny

    there in decent shape at the great the work of others. It was a trast with a class of rouh soldiersat comedy, adapted from the Germanby Phone 22. PEXSA IUFU.

    family reunion. N strong appeal against incompetence Barrancas who seem to always be Leo Ditric stein and entitled !

    r MA BO: S: 1903 of trouble "Are You A Mason" In -
    FEI8AOOLA, 4, and set forth in a practical way the seeking means Tormenting ; it Messrs.

    Lincoln, the Washington corespon- importance of that kind of education and the police court records alwaystell Rice and Wise are said to be doing

    The Alabama legislators deny that I. dent of the Boston Transcript, noting which knows how to do rather than when there is a pay day at the the most hilariously funny and ar GKXEUAL AOIIXTS

    i their uniform text book bill relates 'the enormous increase in the federal to say. i army post. As a general rule, Sea- tistic work of their careers. The

    I in any way to General Miles. postal service within the past few Mr. Spencer clearly brought out by men are kept under the strictest piece, though taken from the German, The Equitable

    remarks that there is in-
    years an application the truth that this is distinctively regulations aboard ship, and that is now practically an American
    In cities like Mobile, New Orleans teresting possibility that the time
    ,
    iron-hand full of
    influenceover comedy American
    an age of the specialist, exerts a powerful character hife
    4 and Galveston you may find much of may come when the.two political par- I ,Assurance SocietyOf
    them and
    when types,
    that there is a wide field of oppor- they come in the bristling with clean,
    swift the fast and the but ties in this will be those who
    the rapid, country wholesome
    i tunity for the man who knows how I I city. Nobody realizes this more than American fun. the United Slat' .
    you must come to Pensacola to find hold government jobs, with their dependents
    of the force of
    some police one
    ,
    to do a thing well. And this knowl- : j
    the fleet. I and those who want their edge is acquired largely from the whom, at least, has had his life "Lost River." JlEXIty, B. HYDE. Touml
    "
    places. The "outs" would be env "Lost River, Joseph Arthur's
    openly threatened by soldiers. Sailors 'Strongest in "
    school where the
    technological training
    The has issued his : scenic melodrama World
    president proc ployed in private walks of life; the will be producedat
    the whole in
    I theories developed into practice. on are gentlemanly
    are
    4Z
    lamation for an extra session of the the opera house on Saturday -
    "ins" by the government in its \ari-
    actions and personalities -
    ,
    What he said of the of appearance
    importance
    United States senate to convene ous forms, municipal, state and national educating the young men who are to I ; don't you think so?" night. Those who are fond of animalsor I -'WHY NOT THE BEST ?

    March 5th. This will give Senator but all linked together by a can recognize a Kentucky thoroughbred
    take charge of the South's great
    \ Morgan time to complete his speech. common party labeL The politics of In-I will be delighted with the i!
    dustrial operations in future "That was a pretty, but no means

    the country are already too closely practical and instructive and will I untimely* compliment paid Pensacola training of the horse which carries I TJIE f IBERGjlflflTS>>

    Congressman D'Armond, of Missouri involved with the distribution of pub the heorine of "Lost River" down I
    the who acted in the admirals
    doubtless furnish toed for reflectionto I by speaker -
    wants to know about how much the stage and throngh the toll
    lie pap in the shape of office, greator gate
    stead the
    ( on Kearsargo yesterday -
    business of
    foresightwho
    men
    would England take for Canada. It 'small, and the country may well many read his address. ," said a business man this during the thrilling ride for life in I TRANSFER GO.

    may fairly be presumed that he pray to be delivered from the day morning. "Lieutenant Ackerman is Joseph Arthur's pastoral melodrama

    thinks the country is going to imperialism when the political contests shall be "Lost River." lie is from the BlueGrass Having been awarded HIP contract
    a practical observer of things and
    fast that it will bottles of Dr. KlImf>r'@ I fea"y DJtlieU.s.! I:: Mail betv( .u
    so soon Sample region, occupies a padded boxon
    between the "ins" and
    strictly "outs when he makes a public statement, the L. & N. Depot timid! Port
    Offlo-
    have need for some place to use as as is suggested. But if the various Swamp-Root, the great kidneyliv I as he did yesterday, depend the "Lost River" car and is as do- and also the exclusive birgajrpnrini; .
    you may
    a sort of American Siberia. schemes of public ownership which and bladder l'euH.dYlIr9 bti. fr di-- cile and tractable as any animal on I lge- on all trains entering e cur,
    it he word
    on moans spoken.
    have been suggested of late shouldbe tributed here from liou,e, free. Hays every the boards. Before taking to the I we are prepared to tran-fer b.I- agt
    lie has travelled far and wide and and '
    ,
    :J Teacher-(\Yho has been telling put into effect, that day might you received one? I stage, he was trained to close and I..I. rt-fidi-ncts as-enjrpistoand from all 110I -
    ? I an opinion from such a man should and train- day ,,r
    the class in geography about landlocked come upon us rather suddenly.MR. UNATURAL WOMEN. open country. He is sixteen hands I night.
    carry much weight, as it undoubtedlywill.
    g harbors.) Now, can you tell I high, so groomed and cared for that I
    It is the great misfortune of t t &
    manyof We want more such speeches Prollipt Reliable Smice Guarantee//
    SPENCER ON THE SOUTH.
    mc, Willie, why the surface of Pensa his skin shines like satin. With the .
    the sufferers from womanly diseases -! as that of Lieutenant Ackerman. We
    T, cola bay is smooth? Willie-Yes (Birmingham News.) highly strung instinct of the thor We also conduct a I"rsight Delivery -
    that they have accepted the will be glad to hear them at any J5usines
    haul
    i' mam; it's because the water is so That was an excedingly sound and oughbred, the muscles quiver under- pianos. safes,
    Idea that such diseases are a part time.? machinery and furniture at Rea>on-
    very dvep. sensible address which President of woman's natural heritage. The 1[ neath at the first touch of excitement able Prices.

    , The boy had been reading the Samuel Spencer of the Southern for this wide of lie is alert and "blood" all over I Telephone your orders to F. R.
    reason acceptance "You are making a bristling good I Pou's
    , ; Daily News. railway, delivered at the "GreaterGeorgia" when waiting impatiently in the Livery I't.lblt'Phone 31. .r
    womanly suffering as natural and paper out ofThe' News now, and it I :Mrs. H. H. HallmarkV. Ke./dtnc
    banquet in Atlanta on wings for the cue which signals his *
    The Brooklyn Eagle (Dem.) discussing -I necessary is twofold: On the one shows how much needed and how Phone 3i.MERCHANTS.
    Tuesday night. Mr. Spencer is one of for the '
    entrance dash down the toll'
    hand the number of who suffer -
    the women useful the typesetting machines are
    of
    prospective candidacy
    the busiest men in this, and I j TRANSFER CO.
    country. is road, so highly nettled that two .
    that the whoIs
    so great woman The shows
    nowadays. paper a great
    Judge Alton B. Parker says: "But
    _1 When a man with his broad interestsand men have to hold him in check i
    from weakness : upon \ MRS.If. H. HALLMARK
    in 1904 there can be no democratic exempt womanly improvement, said one of the most Prop.

    k reiteration of the Dryanism of IMG i heavy responsibilities makes the seems to be an anomaly, a contra- prominent gentlemen in the city his padded mat as the time apProaches -I HARRVHALLMAUK, Tranll'rt"; ,
    trip from New York to Atlanta to hoi J
    : for his dash, which
    and 1900 on any of the points against diction On the other hand, the general yesterday. L. .t N. n. u Co.,1'.aul I'.* A. IH\.
    I deliver one address of this kind it failure of practitioners to effect! seems to be fully aware is one of j I
    .
    which the country was then aroused.ti
    means something. It shows his deep ,
    the features of "Lost River. During
    ! ) A Parker nomination should of itself a core of womanly diseases loads "I understand! that your quotationof j
    interest in the future of a great and the run of "Lost River" at the I Tin
    ;t; necessitate a platform that faced the to their acceptance as incurable.The me Sunday night has caused the .
    growing section in which he has a Fourteenth Street Theatre, New
    future and made no fetich of the first thing that a woman needsto bestirring of a hornet's nest in the ,j
    I
    .1:1 past. 1 he democracy can nominate sincere faith. realize is that womanly disease is posioffice," remarked the gentlemanThe York, many people paid admission I JAOY GR RY?
    i Mr. Spencer was: a poor young man. : about 1't o'clock ('ach'ening to wit
    Tth the judge and then also assure to the i! unnatural and in general unnecessary. News quoted( on Monday. "I .
    But his energy, close application and this particular scene, which is
    ness
    rt people in a platform of patriotic and It would be as reasonablu to suppose I would like to supplement my remaksby !
    individual merit broad field
    opened a I
    full of thrills. Vhmole.ale
    progressive principles the complete !; that the natural type of man., sa> ing that I meant no insinua- :11111Hda
    of usefulness to him. lie has done a
    reason and justification of presenting i was the man dwarfed mibhapfii. :1 tions toward anyone in the office i if (;I'II'I'.
    great work in !building up the South i More Riots.
    him to their sufirage. If it cannot crippled and deformed, as to suppose iI and particularly to my good friend t 1II'\1AH1E1: i ' and her industries, and what he said I
    Disturbances of strikers are not i inearly
    make a platform that ought to be that the natural condition of women i Gad, who may be referred! to as 'the

    II k made, it will run the chance-and on i about the future of the South should was one of misery and suffering. i father of the city office.' The true as grave as an individual disorder Family, Fancy and Staple

    prove of more than ordinary interest of i the Overwork, loss
    Diseases is unnatural. Where there if i evil is that force system. "
    1i this matter we are authori/.ed to the is altogether too fo Groceries
    to the people of that section. I of sleep! nervous tension will he followed .: :Land
    , sleak-uf challenging the refusal to one woman who stands free from the i small to properly! manage; the big
    I :Said he: l hy utter collapse, unless a reliable I .
    run of a man who should be nominated. I disease so commonly afHict her i i mails, and what I meant was that the All Kinds of Up-to-date Fancy
    ." Now felicitate and congratulate i she is the standard of remedy is immdiately employ-1 I Goods.V .
    I sex natural i i i new man enlist the aid of the big :
    II ourselves\ as we please as to the progress I ed. There's nothing so efficient to i ican' \ ,
    I! : womanhood. Every woman should :: men to secure additional help here. <> am Hole Distributors for \V< -t

    iI In the last few weeKS we have noticed which we have made, as to try to be like her. Almost all women Robinson has done well and I really disorders of the Liver or Kidn's Florida for the Celebrated Ciife di,
    : wL.tH! have achieved the fact re1 ] MondH Coffee Sweet Home Mnla-
    Electric Bitters. It's
    as a won-
    that a lot of nervous people could be like her if they used the 'I meant no insinuation toward him." i ies, Illlni and Climax Klotir* It
    mains and I tyb--
    challenge questionof
    any derful tonic, and effective nervineand
    f among them several doctors, lawyers right means. Delicatessen German A.m; eri'cu n
    teachers and it, that we today are not prepared The of this ', the greatest all around medicinefor : Food Co,'* Canned Meat Ktc. All
    I preachers, even proof statement lies It is rumored that a prominent local ,
    ,
    for that industrial situation which is I' run down systems. It dispels of which are sold by all llrst-cla-
    President Roosevelt, have seemed to in the fact that Dr. Pierce's Favorite military man will be selected by
    : upon us.Ve lack today throughout Nervousness, Rheumatism and i; Retail Grocers in the city.
    .: be greatly excited over the prospective Prescription has lifted hundreds of Governor Jennings to fill the office
    } this country, particularly throughout Neuralgia and ('xpl.'lsIalarla. germs. fU>2- FOX
    of the thousands of
    danger race dying out. weak and sick women lately vacated by Major R1.. Cary.
    the Soul, that is growing in industry
    and satisfaction
    i; They think that they have made a 'I ; to the plane of perfect health.. It has The governor has a lot of good ma- Only 5ic, guaran-
    'more rapidly relatively than any teed by \\'. A. D'AIemberte, druggist,
    i 'i discovery in the fact that wealthy cured chronic diseases of year'sstanding terial to select from in Pensacola, PENSACOLAPressing
    other section, the young men who are 121:! S. I'alafox street. I ITO
    i. families don't, as a general thing ; cured when all hope of cure and a choice would be acceptable if I
    to take the hl' m. 1 mean not the
    tL have as many children as some folks had passed and physicians had said I made from any of the local men.
    :'young man who is courageously willing I rrisK .\ coi i) n: <>M; I)AY II Club
    ;: 1. think they should have. It is ridiculous there was no cure. Irregularity, debilitating -
    to take it, who in his self-conS- I Take Laxntirx Uromo Quinine T8bJI'U11 ,
    ! 'f for any one to worry over that drains, inilamation, ulceration Sailors lID the Texas tell a rude drug I''.Io refund thl1 money If It falls to I

    i't'1j as an element of danger. The poor dence is equal to have it, but I mean and female weakness have all yieldedto joke on the Galveston and Houston cure.. 10;.. W. Urov,,' bigun'ure is on tacbbox. 1 FOR GENTLEMEN.
    the man who is the 1iC.I
    really ready
    man -
    ., people are holding their own in this "Favorite Prescription," and been people who \isite:d fhe ship while she I
    ne who is prepared the man who knows
    .11; ; respOct and under present industrial permanently cured.! lay at New Orleans. It is told that

    :I conditions the country does not seem the thing which he is going to attempt No woman, however serious her Texans would come aboard and boast' DO YOU KNOW I One Dollar Per MonthIn
    to do.
    1I 1
    , I threatened with a scarcity of poorpeople. condition! should neglect! to attempta I how many 'Texas boys it took to run HKKKMAN LUMBKK CO. havea
    '1 > lie must be made of the bone and Advance to :
    ; To some people the cause cure of her disease by the use of the big boat and make the guns go large stock of drftsed studding!'I Membership.Clothes .
    I
    sinew that is here he must he madeof ,
    ;
    t of worry is a contemplation of conditions "Favorite Prescription." Dr. Pierce., boom.' and jontGet their price before j Cleaned and Pressed a-
    the young men who are coming i dlS ito often a* desired.!! Your Clothe
    i i *
    in the not far distant future invites sick and ailing women especially I buying. iI|
    J up in your own community, the children ent for and delivered. Call It
    t:{. when this country has a population those suffering from chronic "Did you ever see 'ulcers' on the I' 'J'z.:South Palafox and Join tin-

    large enough: to consume all it can in your homes. Now, how will forms of difeease, to consult him wharf 'at what food is sent them" I, Yo'c can get your house Club.
    you do it? It must be done by a
    l'J: produce. Then they enquire where by letter, free. All correspondence is said an employe of the docks. "If furnished complete with '

    I will the dense population of Europe careful training of his faculties and held as strictly private and sacredly not and you have difficulty \\ithyour flrgan, furniture at Mar- Lato' Plain skirts a Qccialtr

    I look for bread: and meat: ? his energies for the peculiar work confidential.! Address Dr. H. V. Pierce, appetite you should see them. Food, stun $ (Ouina'fi on Yours for Neatness
    [ that is before him. Not down in the easymt1flC't. ,
    rl: Buffalo, X. Y. cooked is carried the
    freshly on
    meekl
    111: THE ST. LOUIS EXHIBIT. old curriculum, not down in the old I ,: !! or montliltj G. W.
    wharf in large baskets and sold ------ --- -- ---- .- IRWIN.
    ; the St. 1/juis sition will pnuincial way ot so many years in
    That l'\i > dime
    PLENTY OF COTTON reasonably cheap. For a a :
    -vvv
    I be the grandest exposition ever held such"and such college; it must be I 7VVV'VVVV
    r COMING FROM MILTON man can obtain all the digestible (and :b

    It iIl; in the world there is no reason toif' done by teaching him to do, traininghim seemingly indigestible) food he can Hot Chocolate with

    doubt. It is also evident to every for the particular work that he is Scarcely a day passes nmv-days I handle, and it is hot. I have stoodor : BEST BOOKS OHEAP. J JThp : Whipped Cream, at Solo-

    ! l public-spirited man and woman in to follow. By doing that I am not that the "City of Tampa," theIil.-I sat around at meal hours and man's.

    I& Florida that this state should be ably deprecating in any way the higher ton packet steamer, doesn't bring watched the ragged men devour the |II'Ira maD- IUIt proper the study worm of of mankind crt-ut masS U J

    r represented there. It is time that a education. I am speaking of what from twenty to thirty bales of cot- I smallsupplies with the voraciousness > tcrs cf literature are imply nmn. J
    STEAMER
    ft r'(: general movement should start toward this country needs today; it needs ton from the town from which she of animals, and it really is an "> hits mtja. .n.Y and lit ttudy.hi moods rud'rdIirrm. j LINE SCHEDULE

    bone and sinew in the No one t-vtr K-O lit tbo Inmost >
    :i that end. While every eltand working; army sails daily. The fleecy staple is piled iner<,sting sight to see them eat. The I&. thtHdItOfthe grpath'arts uhiut .

    t town and county in the state would that must carry on the industrial In disordered fashion on the landingsome baskets are carried by colored women I/' Intllll" Y. fkiiu. if you Kill most '. letween Prnoacola and N lilion-IV
    ""L IHM>L&. hut lb.*9e are uttaut t.* be read
    j
    derive benefits from such an exhibit. problem that is 1'foreIS.. What are days and is interesting to look and a system of books is kept. and rv-rcad. mvcrCHd and Ihou nt 'I HunK, Daily txc-rpt SuiuUy.

    we believe that no citis in a position we going to do to run these factories upon. I I > o\cr. Poi>imunuf a fx.. rritliygovsl j
    man obtain credit until
    Fvery can looKi U worth uiortUaii tBo nod1
    to benefit more than Pensacola. that are growing in size, growing in The people of Santa Rosa county Eat'day night,' and around the pay l lwinclo"'s L Ing of a hundred ? .. "CITY OF TAMPA."

    and no county more than Escambia. i numbers; what are we going to have found that it is profitable to before 5 p. m. each Saturday 10 voL jT :Milton! __ *:5I am Lv P.eot.l;*,tra
    Thackaray $2.35
    from a suitable representation of do with other classes of manufactures raise cotton and are now planting a several ( I UI't'o ,..eolaJtI'am! Ar MlHoo 6;Jpm
    you see women
    may Far!!,")!!; Koanfl
    what has been. is being. and can be' jour mining, your smelting much larger acreage than heretofore.For with book and pencil, ready to mob I 13 T5L En TO, $3 08. i trIP.IIW

    here." your rolling mills and furnaces?
    done For
    this other your
    among all creditors. One family Is knownto I 13 voL Scott I
    reasons: it appears to be appropriate What are you going to do for the men Ocr sutjMRS. Yrs make a living out of this sort of ; $3.00 JEWELER IN
    HIS
    and timely to suggest" that our wor- who run your railroads aggregations WlJfSLOW'8 WooTHIM SYKVP b.. business, even furnishing warm > 3 Tol-! Htkt Dar( $1 00. 4

    thy mayor set the pace by sendinga of capital and for the aggregation of been used for aver Hit) yean by millionioi ,
    meals at midnight on the wharf if
    labor in mothers for their children while teething f And a oumhvr of attractive tingle 4
    circular letter to all the of one enterprise or another 1 NEW STAND
    mayors there is '" volumes f' all
    with prloct sncce.su. It 100Ib.. tbe childvjffens I anything doing. r agi.rc redact" A I
    other cities in the state urging the all wine I II'lIunul{ ibis liouic-vlean nx .III". "'it
    the gamsallays paincure II. I
    T'o s im".plencild fancy K'xtdn Ibat A
    Importune clf immediate"and concerted Jollc and Is tb* bn ri-nx-dy for l>i rrhtiit I the holida'4 Ift n'e golnj: tt next 10 i

    action on the part of all the .twill relieve the poor little $aTti..r lib i Many Beverages: i :. iioitiinK-xlhuau.rnanicureftii.cn! .III> I have moved .
    liD larai.a cOt hoe i IIlhJ the like. Make Sitxcelleol my jewelry sore [
    Grips PainOr i are s-> vastly improved by the added
    fflfdiAteiv. Mold by Drutfg'iu in over can
    cities in the state in order that birthday preetnts. J "t 120 South Pdlafor forrnprly oi'-a-
    .1 till worlJ. IStAtj -nto! cents a tHitlit' t richness Imparted by the use of
    they may devise ways and meansto discomfort, no Irritation: cf the In- '1 e sure, yon ".k for"M V-'lnsI-iw's'. Booth- Borden's Eagle Brand Condensed t i it pledby Ba s & Co., and am IM*
    test ines- GOE'S BOOK ]
    Insure a proper Florida! : exhibit'at healthful! but cliaasiag gentle,prompt"bin you thorough takeQd'S lOll 'vrDD. and take no oinor kind !, \lIlk. The Eagle Brand is prepared : STORE, better prepared than ever to gne

    St. Louis. The mayor in each city Hot Frc iffleswith| from the milk of herds of well fed, JL F.'okseller and Stationer, j! great bargains diamonds,watches

    could enlist the active interest of the ; PiiJSSultl i ; housed, groomed cows of nath.ebreeds. I jewelry etc. Call and see me at. ,
    '- Florida ( Syrup at Every can is tested and is 213 South PAlafuI! Street. j
    board of trade the business league, ji let me convince
    by all druggists. 20 I 700.
    cents Solomon's therefore reliable. I ikA 6. .... .........6 A A A.6.AA.JII J. I. STEPHENS.




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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENBACOLAi FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 4. 1908.
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    GENTRY'S ANIMAL ACTORS. 11TOs aeoa. }
    N. C. O'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; t
    CAME NEAR Centry Brothers' world famed LAMAR GIVEN S. J. FOSHEE.Vice-President; JOHN PFEIFPER, ASI'i v. ini.r. 1I

    trained animal exhibition will make

    BEINGLYNGHED its annual visit to this city In the LOVING CUP AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF iff

    near future. This Is one amusement V,

    -- enterprise that will never lose its ** PENSACOLA, FLA. 1

    charm nor read its doom in the '
    INFURIATES CITIZENS GOVERNOR 'Designated Depository of the United States.
    NEGRO THIEF sombrous frowns of an indifferent SURPRISED THE NEW J

    BY STEALING FOOD AND public. The Gentry Brothers' shows CONGRESSMAN WHEN HE SEVERED Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb. 9, 1003. I

    have millions of admirers with whom
    ASLEEP ON PREM. HIS! CONECTION WITH .I RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.

    fALLING their popularity Is deep rooted and Loassand Discounts............ .......... $336,072.95 Capital Stock ..,. .. ................... .... $200.000.00)
    SES.: !, who will prevent animal acting from THE CABINET SATURDAY.The Demand Loans.................. ..... .... 12280654{ Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... ...... 20000.00
    becoming a art. The Gentrys Overdrafts. .... .... ...... ...... ........ .... 1,16002 Undivided Profits...... .......... ..... .... 690.76
    I loft U. 8. Bonds and Premiums............... 213806.87 Circulation...... ........ .......... .... .... 125,000.00) 1
    the who. was 'have dogs, ponies, monkeys, ele- Jacksonville Metropolis has Stockssecurities, etc... ............ ...... 2,62300 Dividends Unpaid............ ............. 180.00 !
    : n Williams negro phants and camels galore who do Furniture anJ FIxtures.............. ...... 8.71848Caab Deposits ............................... ..... 56n,649.3i 3 :z
    v, ,.-'!.' here a few days ago and turn- everything except actually talk,andif the following from Tallahassee: and Exchange..... .................. 228.17024 1

    I..r to the local police as a "An important meting was held in
    science and further developmentcan

    ;*?,.,.,?:., and suspicious character. accomplish this we shall yet see the Governor's office Saturday the Total...... .... .............. ............. $911,420.10 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ....... .... $911,420.10
    experience lately that he does occasion being the retiring from of.
    ;?;a' an ; our dumb friends passing the compliments This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patrouage and we will gin
    .In' repeated.tt I fice of Attorney General Lamar who and careful attention.
    courteous
    1:1' A of the season with each four business prompt,
    is now in the county jail resigned to qualify as member of
    .inis other and discussing the condition of 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. 1I
    face Judge Beggs at the congress from the new Third district
    at' the weather. To many this statement
    ,, ',_ rm of the criminal court. Mr. Lamar was succeeded by S
    will appear absurd and literally
    wlu by the way had State Treasurer J. B. Whitfield and

    ," p: n--T',.ins officers i for a week or speaking be conveyed it is so,is but that the the idea Gentry meantto he in turn by State Auditor W. Y. B. H. FAIRCHILD, I{ =:rG. w. & CO G. w. & COcTI.:: : ]

    :' ;\' into the Dixon neighbor- Brothers have the largest collectionand Knott whose place is taken by lion. UPHOLSTERER "

    ral miles from town and W. H. Ellis, of Quincy. There were 1
    most intelligent number of animal 38 EAST ROMAN STREET. i GREEN WATSON & CO.
    way into the home of a present only the members of the cabinet :
    performers in the world. Their : 1
    'aroet Work and RefinishIng Furniture aSpeeialtr. }
    farmer Williams followed the attaches of the Governor'soffice ): !
    n No. 1 show favors this city with a .
    ..; soon brought up in the visit this time. This is the oldest and and Mrs. Jennings who was ac.1 I I
    .re all sorts of appetizing companied\ her guests, Mr. and Irs.I Phone 40G. 1 i" See Our Display of ;;}}
    of
    largest all the Gentry shows
    -.. lying about. This negro W. \V. Colket of Philadelphia; Miss Ie::) Q. ,

    .1 .t "home wasn't nothingand there trained being animals almost requiring:SCO: five perfectly cars Crellin of Hazelton, Pa., and Gen. R. K. WHITE, II+:J ...New and Stylish: Fabrics.. L.1l

    forthwith began to Lamar's mother and sister.A Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler ,. :

    ick body on the choicest to which transport takes place them. daily The street at 11 o'clock parade Loving Cup."After and Graduate Optician, II IIl' 'e For Early Spring Wear. 4 1"I 1\\

    he couldn't hold an- i '
    I.'il
    >
    their commissionsto
    is in Keeqing with the performance tendering

    but\ with all that he proper and should not be missed by Messrs. Whitfield Knott and Ellis South PiUfoi_ : St._ ,_ mwola..Fit I,', SILKS "I IN THE SNAPPY AND NEWEST EFFECTS.Louisine. cd

    -,-le. and, like a rattle- The date is Saturday March the Governor expressed a desireto u. 1.t 1.
    anyone. If eienp. Crepe de Shine, Liberties, Pong, FoulardEtc 0 .
    tlie Best or. .f
    llehadbeen sleeping far
    '('p. jtndng's,
    of I
    7th. add a further testimony esteem h ...

    when his disastrous ,'bitt in the shape of a magnificent I : DRESS GOODS IN THE1IGHT AIRY EFFECTS. tg '

    r" try was discovered and PYTHIANS TO MEET I solid silver loving cup to Gen. Lamar. i

    time the information IN JACKSONVILLELet I This cup was about cighten inches -TWO NEGROES t Voile, Etermine..Minstrels, I.onsdoans. Eic '

    I'Htlly over the settlement. I high; on one side was the inscription ,

    himself was found, dream- every K. of P. lodge: keep in : "Presented to lIon. William B. ASPHYXIATED WASTINCS. PYadra9. '

    time he had eaten to his mind that the Grand Lodge meets in I
    Lamar, Attorney General of Florida,
    .n, and things looked: sor Jacksonville on March llth. It is --- Ot ford<, Plv.n. Figurel Strip d and Damme Effects
    gO-I and Representative to the Congressof
    few minutes, or ing toJe the largest meeting
    him for a
    > of shuffling -
    the United States as a token Two negroes came very near
    ... infuriated: the K. of P. have ever held in the CRASS LINENS IN DAINTY AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS.
    r heads kept an I the esteem in which he is held by his off this mortal coil rather sud- ,
    citizens back and broughtro State of Florida. This is the time of I 3 1DUilINGTHE
    associates and the executive and administrative denly and unnaturally yesterday af
    officers ternoon. They were a on
    ...: "" Variety aud Most Beautiful .;If"ell".e have bad lilt it
    and everybody can go. Florida. On the opposite side were Palafox street making some repairsto \,; Pieasureotsboelug. O.

    THE FEAR OF HUMBUG .. meeting Between of the the Grand D. 0. Lodge K. K.,and at the the the signatures of W. S. Jennings, a gas main when a big leak start : Sec Iinio Display fir aF ew Veiy Gcci TMags' s ?) ""i

    Governor; H. C. Crawford Secretaryof ed and one of the workmen inhaledtoo

    events Many People From Tryinga I' same time there will surely be arousing State; A. C. Croom, Comptroller; much of the escaping gas. He !

    Good Medicine. I I meeting. There will also be a J. B. Vhitfield. Treasurer; W. N. reeled and fell and was carried to U ,
    GREEN WATSON & CO.
    of Pythians 'c
    S omach troubles are so commonin large number prominent Sheats, Superintendent of Public fresh air, where, with the servicesof ,

    from the states of Georgia and Instruction B. E. McLin Commissioner a physician he was able\ to exer ________ .
    most cases so obstinate to ; ... ,,_- '
    withn South Carolina at this meeting. The of Agriculture. cise himself. 6. w. & CO v r 6. w. & co .-
    that people are apt to look
    of the state of South I
    grand prelate
    on any remedy claiming to Shortly afterwards the other fellow -
    --- -- -
    J. A. Summersett, will be
    Carolina
    radical permanent cure for Working Overtime. went into the same hole and
    among those present. He is one of D. HALE WILSON
    and indigestion. Many su'h1II"'IH's suffered a like experience, but moreseYerE' ,
    hour laws ignored by
    O. K. K., who will conduct the floor Eight are
    on their acuteness workers-Dr. perhaps, than his former
    I work of the new temple to be organized those tireless, little
    'ns humbugged espec- ,I here. I King's New Life Pills. Millions are working companion. The last one had Real Estate and Rental
    < tics. I I to be carried away and doctored Agent
    The committee on arrangements always at work, night and day curing I ,
    'inn humbugged cano I some time before he was finally re
    has decided to change the date of Indigestion, Biliousness Constipation -I 1
    .' -( far, in fact that suscitated. 1a.\: South l'alafo"tn'ct: : ,
    13th to Headache and all stomach.
    ... constitution from March i Sick
    r for years with March 12th. in order to accommodate i Liver and Bowel troubles. Easy TELEPHONE fO 24]. PENSACO, FLORIDA
    her than risk a Averted.
    : i Tahara Temple. It rests with the pleasant safe sure. Only 25c: at W. Tragedy

    '"j' in faithfully Knights of Jacksonville to see that 11 A. D'Alen.bcrU"s drug store, 121 S. "Just in the nick of time our lit-

    'e of a prepariirtreally are well entertained Palafox street. tlo boy was saved" writes Mrs. W.
    Knights
    the visiting
    1 .: used and amused. I I Watkins, of Pleasant City Ohio. LS'\\ ll.I! G, DeSih fi Co.Manufacturers .

    t Tablets I The I). O. K. K. is not a side orderor "Pneumonia had played sad havoc

    -'l'lIs; u Tablets branch of the Knights of Pythias, I MARITIME. with him and a terrible cough set f, and Dealers In ,1 r

    l n:t one important I but its membership is limited to in besides. Doctors treated him '

    : .u} proprietary but he grew worse every day. At \ Sash Doors Blinds
    ; members of that order, and thus : < ,
    I
    "rtason that they length we tried Dr. King's New Discovery 1
    : within the tents of the b. O. K. K. Arrived.
    I for Consumption and our dar i
    ,
    r 'lit medicine; no fe Shingles
    :are gathered only knights of their Dutch ss H-'clhiim, Sit, Hagenaa, ''ling; was saved. lies now sound and ,
    1 their ingredients, Havana to Jno. A. Merritt. Iwell." to if .
    parent order. It is designed to createa Everybody ought know --s
    hem i to contain broader and better acquaintanceamong I Xor ship Oddero. i:: u. San. Durban it's the only sure cure for Coughs; ; Builders' Materials
    i., ferments pure i to F. O. Howe. I Colds and all Lung diseases. Guaranteed ,
    : : l' .thlans and cultivate the W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 S. H
    1 .. acids Cleared. by
    '. nh digestive, bydrastis and social !side" of life. This marvelous I Span ss Junio. 1272. Zavali, by Gulf I,( Palafox street. Price 50c. and $1.00. Brick and Lime.Xw"o.. "*',;
    of its membership aitgtsthe with 4.000 Trial bottles free.
    .. cathartic; neither growth Transit Co. for Marseilles '- -= Telephone : 11.
    ----
    necessity of its existence and is ;.round bales cotton :2!HOn< tons phosphate -'I Cf
    :nilly, tm any organ the strongest possible evidence of rock, valued at 114,35o.; i i We are the only furniture -

    --lion[ on the comi information I Span ss Gracia, 2122, Luzarraga, by \ dealers in the city who carry -
    All other
    its real merit. I Gulf Transit Co. for Liverpool 1 with ...SPECIAL SALE.
    "i di 'hting the food .. ..
    time required can be obtained by addressing ;12137 sqr bales cotton 3.)W round j\ a compute line of china
    1 -tore it has
    *
    W. C. Weft, treasurer, Jackson 1 bales cotton bO hhds leaf tobacco 51pcs 'cases and sideboards. We
    ,Mid l cause the mis- ash logs, 11,200; sks cottonseed ---AT'K
    ville.I I \ sell them fur cash or on \i
    valued at
    of
    : only, secret meal 13,000 pcs oak stave'. : .

    I I I Salt rheum orezcma, with its I $200,347.Ital: bk. Christoforo Colombo, 832.1 easy paijmen ts. oIU rston $ .r

    never have and itching and burning, is cured by by H. liaars & Co. for Savona with 23-: Quina. --- ----- BRAWNR'STo
    indigestion and Hood's Sarsapanlla. So are all oi'O s ft lumber OWoo: s ft sawn tim.jher.
    with
    Hot Chocolate
    became they act"web valued at $0,944. "
    the '''other blood diseases. Nor bk Frigga, hiS, Hoie, by E. F'I Whipped Crean at SoloDion's. -
    whereas
    ',i 1 IN: ONK DAY Skinner for Uosario with 5'j2; ,(JIII> ) sit'' make room for my Immense Stock of Spring j, i
    .- really in the TO CUUK: A COLD 1 in J
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    lumber valued at $CHM. -

    Take Iniatlve Rwtno"!.l I. Quinine ou Tabletsahisstanature to\'ery I', Nor bk Henrik Ibsen, 810 Salversnuantl F. & A. 51.Q I Goods, which is now Arriving Daily. 1 Hi t

    u: tablets taken box, x. t) lfAtl fetPt : tot uosuiqoji! 'K:: UIl 'uas Rp!>ular communication :
    _. .1 the 1'1"><1. That I Ayres with 34o,0"U s It lumber valuedat of Pensacola Lunge No. -12.\\ t
    0,730. I F. & A. M., at 7:30 p. 3000 yard of 7 9 Noft-Finhed! I 3t) doz Mrn's All \\01)11(011 Undershirts :
    tlii
    .1 it. Food not CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, G Thursday, March 5 m"1 Bl..lI'hf-d Dom."th, worth Co, to worth |Ispecial; ; drawers 'Rt

    I i ,-,..-UH! is poison as No.30 South Falafox street for your It Saved His Leg.P. .'...vWurk-j in the M. M. de mike! room, at 4'::c yard. to match. ,1.
    ,
    acidity, headaches : I gree.'iitiiigbrethren. I 311O< !) yards FitchvillM Bleached I 47 Lidi(',' Rpidy-to-Wcir Rainy- "h
    to ,
    H Ga.
    electrical work. He prepared Danforth of LaGrange '
    \ Thy Skirts, worth $. O, sale
    Iheart, lossIf I \ are cordially in- Domestic worth 9a, to make room, special I
    1 do you a flrst-eh5\: job at moderate suffered! for six months with a frightful I vited. :it7cyard.2jiX )8c! each.
    and lIth'rI his leg but '
    many running sore on ; Rainy'j
    29 1/idie
    Rpudy.to'\\'f"lf
    I'houeh03. B. C. Ti'MSnx, W. M. :
    rric.s. : ; yard* Lon dale' and Fruit 4Bleached
    often called by writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve Day skirt'', guaranteed all wool! w
    : rt 1
    T. H. FLELTWOOH, t eC.
    Dornc-t worth lOc r
    c, to
    I The fluent line ot umbrellas the wholly cured it in five days. ForUlcers : I worth |4, special. gale 2.4S: tjach. 1 '
    make
    Piles, it's the best! room at b'.jo yard.
    ., look Wounds I A iiiaratitrpil ('ure lor l ilE'M. | CU L-idtes' Black and ColoredW .;i
    :v druggists!: every- ; city U i at J. I. fiuptiens'. Gf salve: in the world. Cure pauranteed. lo.tKX) yards 4 1 Unbleached: Iame .. -ted tkirta! worth f 1 50, special l'
    .. P.T package. 1 at th..m.t Only 23 cts. Sold by \\'. A. IVAlem- Itching Blind Illeedlne:\ or Protruding "tic, worth Cc, to make: room, at sale Otfe each.'V.l'3;

    berte druggist, 121 South Palafox' I'llt-9. Your druggist will refund your Fic yard. 37 L'>diif Black Tailored and Fig- t .
    ,
    I street. money If PAZO OINTMENT fftlU to cure 'I Its( yards H-4) Hold Dried: S'teet- nrd Skirt, worth $2 50 to tJ, special I, 1 }

    //Tfc'X51/J.. I you. 50 cents I in?, v.-oitli lSf! to make loom, at 13; sale $I.JK! tlU rni each. f i w
    $% I Ii
    : 100 rtoz Men's All Wool Camel's
    THE MARKETS. ; Hot French Waffles with i iolomon's yard.10.oy,.rd:10 .J P"ppf-ral Bleached Hair Undershirts, worth $1 It}. spnc- 1' ,

    '{ ENTEN! SPECIALTIES .. i Florida Cane Syrup at Shef'tllnwurlb 43,':.(:, to make room, itlt; drawers: to match, In White ,j
    i I I II t at IS\c YirLi. Red and Fawn colors. i fl I
    I 2i C\'Z.! Hoy's and Oirls' Ribbed
    f
    REPORT-
    -AT- COTTON '
    i 4 Bleached
    750 yards 10 Pepperal
    We have just received our and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at I
    I Shfftu.u': world Ujc: to nuke room, i ;
    I 23c; drawers .1
    to match.
    & CO'S. 1903 line of Heywood Go- at 20.. vat d.Rememberwa. ; i ;
    f. .SOL CAHN .. I 21 d-z. Boy's and iirl's Gray and II
    .. Reported for THE NEWS by D. F.I Carts with all the latest improvements. carry a full line ff'' Red All Wool Undershirts at 60c; I ',,

    f. Lowe & Co. Boys' P-uiN., from 3 to 16 age, at drawers to match. : J

    \ M n }\rKiitr.T: UUKBN TCKTI.K MKBT, ?. I'I'8pot Call and see prices to uit evrybodr.70doz We carry a full line of Ladies'' _
    them beauties- Mfi's lIf'aVFrf>flch Neck Men'* and Boy's and Girls' Shoes .
    I. >\' J ,- r'.iDl'1-11. SOfT-SHKMj CHAUH, liddling..9 3 46S I ; they are :t
    Good t
    :Moreno Umlerrhirt, gj-eciil 20c that we ran save 25c
    ; on.
    "III c.C!.. "' 11. J'I-II nql-:,> 11EKK1NG. Strict Middling..... .... .....9 Marston $ Quina. drawers 'r mi1 ch. Remember-We you rarry a full line 1! : .!Iil

    \ ''':IIl'11i HLOVrKU. Kll'l'KKii Middling .!9 12 II .-.---- ---- 60 dos Men's Klp''ced Lined Undershirts of Men's; Clothing; Bougnt at 60c on .

    IIA'NY FI-H. Strict Low Middling... ......9 6.16 worth fOe special 35c; dollar. We will close them out at I';
    PHONE J78. A. C. BINKLEY drawers to ma tch. just > price off other merchant
    A Eco thing Generally Kept in a First-Class Grocery. Low liddllng..9 desires his friends a r. t,..

    .ofOn," .......... Tone Bteady. I and the public to know that te has
    .
    .6.W.'D'.9"' FIJI UIth9. I Moved to Room 508 Thiesen building We will Giosa Out Any Winter Wool Dress

    9.S6 where he will continue as heretofore j.d 9i
    :March: Goods: at New York Wholesale : f
    Prices.
    law
    9-79; a general practice. ,
    DR. J. H. MOCK
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    FCZEMA, NO CUKF-. NO PAY ACENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS. t ;1

    Your druggist will refund your money it NOW OPEN! '
    PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure Rlnl1worm.; H I1'I1\c.r ",

    DENTIST. letter, Old: Clcers and Bores Pimples and F. E. BRAVJIlEP.'j
    Btackb.".,1 on the fajp, and all t>kiD dis: 9 7 ,

    50('rnt,. ,
    ca+e. wu HI!
    io5 S. Palafox St.
    ;: > .
    2S = Paafa; $ Street, % Old Armory Building. Hot French Waffles with ii I,t


    CP('\\ \ AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. riorid-Solomon Cano_Syrnp at 1 No. 11 West Jnterfncia! Street Lmtive B:2mGJ\.l!: I IIeAJ P1l 6'J: l


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    THE DAILY NEWBi PEN 8 AC OLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY. MARCH ,18O3

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    PRESIDENT -- STAGECOACH DAYS. ffj: : During

    Story of a Trip Front Portsmouth to
    London In 17SO.

    There are men and women-and they Convalescence
    :
    :
    are not always the old-who deplorethe I
    TRICKED ACEORCIAN
    breathless pace of the ape. In Recovery is hastened health

    1 r stagecoach days, they tell us, life wasa ,

    different thing. People journeyed restored and vitality renewed by

    through the years leisurely then; existence

    + v Lad a flavor. A century ago a the use ofperfect

    Troubles journey meant fellowship and merry pNHEUSER
    adventures and a comfortable enjoyment BUsCH.

    LETTER' /j of the beauties of the landscape.All .

    this may be so, but a traveler

    tt' who made the journey from Portsmouth -

    cured byDYJPEPJI9CURE I to London in 17bO shows that
    even stagecoach days had their shad 1140[ Wa1{,

    I ows. The malt tonic. A food
    "The getting tip on the coach alone ,

    ... was at the risk of one's life," he wrote, -'&" in liquid form- It quickly builds

    'women and doctors do "and when I was up I had nothing to "
    Noes
    : flesh and tissue.
    ize the realsymltoms I hold on to except a little handle at the
    1
    I side. The moment we bet off I thoughtI
    emeDt of the female All sell it.
    druggists Prepared by the
    !! I saw certain death before nie. The
    until too late. !
    I machine rolled with tremendous rapid I

    -, I had terrible pains along my ity over the stones and every minute Anheuser-BuschBrewingAss's
    cord for two years and suffered seemed to fly in the air so that it -
    appeared
    St. Louis, U. S. A.
    Under all curable conditions J was given different to me a complete miracle that
    wore plasters ; none of
    ; we stuck to the coach at all. ALFRED MOOG. Wholesale Dealer. Pensacola.
    Mr. D. Kauble of Mrs.W. W. Lay. things helped me. Pleading of I
    Nevada 0., was ler of Milliard: that Lydia 1L PinKliam'.S "This continual fear of death at last orders promptly tilled bs'

    cured by Kodol Pa., was cured Compound has brought U'came insupportable to me and I -

    " of stomach of Chronic I somehow felt that it was carefully crept along! the top of the

    trouble which IAll Dyspepsia: by 1 needed and bought a bottle to coach and ensconced myself in the
    , had effected ,1 the use of How glad I am that I did so ; basket behind. i W1CKE & CO.

    h'.s heart. Kodol. (' brought me immense re "On a sudden the coach proceeded t

    .. after using thqce bottles more rate down a hill. AH the boxes,
    a rapid
    (( h new my life veins.and It blood seemed surging as iron nailed nud copper fastened betiauto IPlumberGas! ? and Steam Fitter

    there had been a regular house dance around me, amIl'\'t'ry momentI
    ; that all received such violent blows that I i
    through ,
    !, ; my system
    s and poison had been taken thought my last; hour had t-omf Shaken i ::v.,", !.t ya.tu'',t'aicz ()tI..rt'

    new life given me instead. I to pieces, bleeding and !sore I crept "
    Si{ iltncis n. 1'lai.lbfg and n FtlhV'! H'ir.l b&p' l
    !\ dozens of friends to use
    J:. Pinkham's iny Vegetable, back to my former position.ntl it 4, i- <. ..;* ." .. .0; ., A a '. .
    rained incessantly and as before wewere
    Good health is indis-
    covered with dust so now we I -
    1 to complete happiness and ,
    E. I>fukham's'g'.t lhie were soaked with rain. I
    RODOLDiae.ht'h.tYoorat has secured this to inc." "My: neighbor every now and then Itr: SAMUEL
    CHARLES
    l LAna L. UKEMER. Crown fell asleep and when in this state perpetually ,

    Indiana, Secretary Ladies Relief rolled and jolted against me
    ,
    John rthoppard.llargis'; PharmacytiiduPy : i
    Kami.LaclJlr. t -$5000 forfeit cannot If be original prultKed.of above letter : with the whole weight of his body, l i BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
    i: more than once nearly pushing me ,
    'sick woman who does not from the seat to which I clung with .1 V. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.Ji.i2i .
    her ailment Miould
    r. r.plnlnf'd. |I IHrs. Pinkluini, Lynn, I the last strength of despair.: I looked : Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes; Leather Findings
    ' Th-> (' loud btoppcd his team before
    ) and certainly felt like a crazy fool
    Her advice is free and
    " the cabin cf anrkausas squatter to I' helpful. when I arrived in London. '1'IIo\F: ru... 007 SO 171H ".\\fO.X STKKKT.J. : : .
    I
    , say to the man sitting on a log at the ,
    The letter is realistic. It is possible ,

    '' door\Vlien: I al- hero month ,I Klnlnheil tbe Teit. that twentieth century trnvfliiis, although E. DUBUISSON '(J
    . was >r.g a ago : BROTHER
    unromantic, has its .
    . I I of mottoes on houses a cor compensa- ,
    .. and asked you how far it was to Col- i
    I tions after al1.-Youth's Companion.
    !
    fax you said it was twelve miles. It's : (' of the Westminster Gazette OItNE1t T.um.GOsAD l.NTKMMACIACealera : sna.l-aoi.
    1 that a man in Scotland: wished
    only nine.! Why didn't you say nine I
    cut over the tit or of a new in
    woman's fault
    .1 "It was the oil replied
    ' : the "l wasn't &uahwlnthir 1 I the text. ")[y house shall be AMUIKAM.NGCATARRH
    ; squatter. Choice and Groceries
    11g Staple Family
    I A
    it VHS nine or twelve and so a house of prayer. He loft the EIYSC ,

    " I went in and axed: her. She reckoned .I to carry out his wishes dur ccm Fog E4M BALMGATARRB
    , Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily They are too ininy to "numerate.and : .
    !!j ; absence, ami on his return his 5
    It was twehe, and I had l-> reckon the ; i Warranted to be the HHt the Market AHrd4 :u ,1 I 1'11I bo
    I! I
    ; Fame or have a row. When I reckoned was great to find the quotation oeSH NI D Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given in Din; i,. t iti .

    : cs she reckoned, she reckoned that ';,, ('l. "I'.nt ye have made it a den i Islv's v' EN i i Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Part of th' ( i: .
    . youM reckon it was tw Ire miles; nigh \'es." "We had awe thing mair I I

    , enough, and I reckon! you reckoned that ye SM'. so we just pit in the cud ; 's Cream Balm j COUNTRY ORDERV'ILL RECEIVE CAREFUL .\\Tn.\() .

    vra.v." i verse" was the explanation giv Sasy and plpnsnntOUSH. P.O. Box326.
    <. I the Bible loving Scot < I'ont&ins cct gP<5 5. I J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.,
    \1 The llmntlfut Tiirijnnioi*. ;! njurlons ilruu. I' \.'" ,.t;+po; PHONE 66.
    It isquicMy+nrb-
    I'etmily GrfOCOl'M.
    The tarIJu'li is unsMi-n-d !:c a tnlis- 'I I'lpe mid lljinnii. I .,11. e fonelkl'I COLD' HEAD
    "{ uiau In Persia, is II'Hirsoil.. It pres'rres Dr. Parr.1111 perpetual) curate n : -
    ; .. i Warwickshire which liv i I It pens unit cleanses the 'Nasal J'US iiirrgAllavs
    its (lossi-sstir froi'i! : Units and :
    Inflaininiition. Alexis tinl
    I'rotcets
    Insi.res constancy in aTw.t'i"ns. The : held from 17X1 to lIt 0, regularly! I I I tin leiii5jniiie., Itestoresthe-'e1,5e of Tutv
    valiii- fit tLi turquoise depends on its \ 1 in the'l'stry while the congre and Sun-11. Liirgx :017.C 511c. lit Druggists or by .A. ]M.lJI v'ery
    g\ mall;1 real Size: We l.y mail.
    't BhatV niiil its sixe. cspeeially its thickness. was tanging) long hymns chosen t..Y IIWHIIEU",
    'i' Those cl.isM-d I In-longing to the I purpose Immediately before the 56 Warren btreet.Nuw York.
    (SLTCKSS'R: TO AVERY t WOOLFOLK.)
    f old! reek arc valued u-ry'hghly.! Im- |; The doctor was wont to ex

    J lilem of youth, of sentiment anal tender I : "My people like long hymns, but IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

    \ ni-ulloctions! the turquoise may be i a lung piloe.-J.olllion! Tele OPERA HOUSE

    4 called the furg 't-niNnot of stones j I I HARD1STAHE.

    J. 31. Cal:, .:Uallawr.;
    < CnaelC.h. i
    ( a"t"I..,, n,1).
    i! I makes unself Iron NaiU, Axes: Shnvf la, I-' :lw Mill and !steamboat
    ( "This fishln' fcMr stems to be (on- I't u woman I Supplies, Cooking and Heating Htoves, Paint, Oils
    taint said the stranger, noting th.' OXE X ['IPH OVL
    ::
    [ I Window Glass Guns, l'i-tolil and Fishing; Tackle.
    : lung: row <.f an;;K-rs 1"-r(lled li;wn the )' so? WEDNESDAY. MAR. 4 I
    i, creek loa 11 k. I,, e she ceases to look out for Agate; and Tinware aim iloiiscfurnisliin;; Goods.

    I "Yes, it's- ooittagU.us. all ri;!Lt" said allllliIlS to look out for No. 2." ( AGENrIFORBIRMING1fAMItOLLiNU; MILL COMPANVd

    i who had been ti. hag! four and Country.
    the man : Lady MinstrelsA Revere Giant Stitched Belting; Northampton Emery

    ti : uir.s. without a rdbLle, "but not kitchr.altiijioie : I! .\ Ilrnitcckftl Iliislmnil. Wheel Co., Inftin & Rin 1 Powder Co., Johmon's Kilsomiue -
    \ ."- Anurioan.I I Iron Kin; and !uck Stoves and Ranges: ; Wm
    kton-I>o you know how to gov )-
    Coups A Co.'rf Riw tilde Lace Leathu1aurY'iI
    ,''' rvd In < iihrr.AuntyS.i :, wife? ; Made Railroad Colors.

    SchuulVitd: this d'd was you j".learn.ur liist? firm at -ck-Yes, but she won't let me. Living Pictures i .ttaolllC Temple Pcnsncola: Fla.


    Uttlo Cirl-I: learned haw tj cipher., | ) a fool man: casts a shadow on
    ;, by standing in his own light I
    ?
    learned jiri'.linutie
    c, AuntyYou 4 The Hottest Thing on Earth !
    little Cirl-No'iu.; I Irmmd how to i TIME T/LBLE.
    l.nrscis titans ln>*.t frlt'ull-t'x
    : writ cipl' r rides to little: U ys wot in -
    Injdy else could read. A little girl I OM' at the race track.-Puck. Prices:-2;, ;jjl, 75z and $1.00.) II LOUISVILLE AND NA") ;iVILLE RAILROAD.

    L taught Inc A Remarkable Case. Spats\ on sale at foe's Bookstore Monday IN EFFECT IIt''I; JKK 1.1IH)1CHOICEST
    1 : ) a' noon.ONE n'n. ,
    '
    ;. The best pill 'ncath the stars anal ': f the most remarkable cases of I New Orlean' ',,'. 'd :MahlIe.I .
    f ONLY
    I.,' ,, stripes; '! deep-seated on the lungs, I'RIrD. Y MAR 6 I - -

    'I.I It cleanses the system: and never'' pneumonia is that of Mrs I 1'0... =" 0.1. No.1. No 6.
    ,L Fenner, Marion, Ind., who 7:15 a 12:15m I II'o'.1 l.eav9 }>..0.a"uil.Arrln 6.110' tl.Qp 8oop
    I gripes. !Ifitl '::1 p Leave_ jo'tom&loo .._ Leave 7:05 a Tau 7dt
    ntir.I cured a p p
    ) by the of "You laugh and laugh and I
    use one laugh,
    J' I 11'00 a .:NP Q...l. l.pa\8._ Mohll" ....._ leave IttCIn't ":111 D 6Ot' p
    H Little Early\ Risers! of worldly repute, I; ; Cough Cure. She says: "The and when you have finished laughing ....:.__? N: !oll.-I 'r. a-' NaveNPw IrlPann.._ Leave ":00 p _7:1i. -
    :
    .1 Ask for IXAVitt's and) take no ; and straining so weakened y>u laujrli at what you have I -
    j: su 'stitute. iI ; I rim down in weight from been laughing at."-N. Y. HeralJ.I North.
    02 pounds. I tried a number
    : A small to to take : :
    pill easy buy ca3y to no avail until I used I

    I and easy to act, but never failing in ;( Minute Cough Cure. Four bot- RICH & HARRIS COMEDIANS, 1I"lo'ipm No.J. 12l No.pm.. Le.v"l'eq..colaArrlve .:So.oopm I 6ooamlInam No. 8.

    results. DC Witt's 'Little Early Risers this wonderful remedy cured Jno. C. Thos. H.WISE&RICE. i Sfi7pm Arrl\,8\lontlom@rJLeave 1Il5am 8R6pllt
    of the cough, strengthen I 1I::;' am 8lltIpm Arrlv8HI mIDlbamI..ave !I:2I3am .: 6pm
    arouse the secretions and act asa 1 7:06 p m SIUa m Arrl\"e._N h\11I8 _Leave _
    "'
    t lungs and restored me to my 7p1 am'' 1IIt a m Arrive ,_LooI8V1118 .,.,.Leave 1:111 p m 2:., a m
    tonic to the liver, curing 1 jl
    permanently !
    t weight, health and strength. 7roam 1151. m ArriveClnclnnatl.._Lesvtl S"pm, ii:is p 16
    Harris Pharmacy, John Sheppard, : Pharmacy, John Shoppard.Sid- i 7Osm LSpm Arrive.ntLout_ + ..__LPave Ifipm __MSSpm _

    l, Sidney Kahn. \ PEN3ACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

    , : 4 STOn.XA.. In theTremedous Laughing; Hit, I.i :
    t Tbei'ttgrnntllrliolrne. El-ally, No. 8-daily t No stop wbere time not ebown No. 3-Daily 11 s'17tlM ''
    ire Kir.d Ysj Have AW31'S!: BJUI:; < 1
    ,I You ui-y ;;;vt> a h'-fintrape.uul not a thecL I "ARE YOU A MASON? I p ;;- 7:00 I III 1eeave._.?. rensaeola.... Arrlve 'foJW II m --p IIJ12'161111111& -
    I ".'fJ' lar,-" pilll!:. no unii h: water :i' j >uKVI ; 7; 7:1S If .. -- lIob..mla._ 10:117" ';104 '
    I / ---- UO 7S Yolestrs 10:1H" I 11:01'
    !
    i :! tfiTinluiu anti ili;i.k y >u :\1' gig iI I 1 ::!3" 7:1 _EflCambla_ 10n" 657 '
    I inz nl' tl.at i is rvnuinil. rllllr plant will ; The Comedy succors of two U.iIi" 725" ,_ Molat 10tII" I I 6W
    AND PASSENGER Continents. 1IS9" 7'I" I' __ Harp 10:21" I 61
    fag; I'' make a tl;:/troii.s and! lualthyjniwili : ; 1:1:50" 7:115" 01tClty_ IU:16 to i lir7
    b.'eatre it i i-. not iiuiUt OIIOUL : : >I" 1\1" --... Milton ...- 10:10" 6:10: "
    '' FOR ST. ANDREWS Pc :iVdy Onird: l Hew Toil}; Cast 1:50 am ,.... II ii _.000 !tADIII ., II _.. I .;r.I":
    ll.-1 1: tmtue It. :11tl eon will .
    1 :'t nms. \ IM" 11:111: If ..... .... Holt 11:811" i .:x5 '
    " tint: iiiui tae tiny rows li'iv oitnu-uul 2:1') 8.1101: II '__ Mtlilraa __ .1 00": 1:11

    1 {la- moisture i\\mni\ wholly If m tn : LINE. Matinee and Night, i 7:1t1 silo: e IIJIJj;6e If If '' .._..._U Creet\"I.....r Land_,_. a ,8'18",: .. I, 11:114.:00

    ? A,ir.- h\t>:'<' waU-f at I>h.',', sonic of tho S.TVRD.an 7 13" ':10" .__ ;\lo"'J head MW" I I/\
    ,, .:03" 8:115" J@JI'aOlakMprloIU_ II I:1N II s '11
    : J' , Pen= tit Andrews and 119 Ou" _._ Ar< 'he pl.mt takes! on a il!> ';ix"d < "nOi'i acpla. .:to' 0:67' ....on8 de LeOD.- 7II": 2:18
    I .>!:. from which it often never r-1- team- hip Comp illY has fixed First Presentation Here of JOSEPH 1 6:00" 10:10' _.WettvUle_ __ I 7:17" 1:55 '
    llwin !schedule and rates to 6'cOj" 111:15' __ Csryvltle. ? 7:11" Iw
    (-nters I'o not p-t tI. i'U'a that the between Penaacoljt and the I i ARTHUR'S Beautiful 6.88 II 1011) _Bontfsy__..., If 5:56 I. I 1:21.
    soil iii \-tU-i holotrol! are g--\\ named : :>It'l.drama.Lost 11(00" 10:.' If __blplllY _._ 1111'7" I. N
    11:117" _._l'luoorJale_ ,
    em. 9:19 14: Ir 51
    ('u;:L't tll I*' keptvtt.. Not :\t all. Rut 1:110" 115 II _Marlallna II 1\:010 II ItU
    IKH-.UI>-<' it requires more moi>ture th.ui SCHEDULK. 7:110" 11t6 II .__CJprp II 1\JIJj II 114. a fA
    11:112" _Urlnd "
    7tO" Rldge.- 1Is 11:1
    many plants. Invalid it exirat't* more Tarpon will leave Pecsa- River 7fA I. UtJ6 noon HDeah If 1\:!I" I' .ta
    rapidly (rum the soil!, water should Is'given every Tuesday night at 8:30 8:15 I 12:15 Arrlv9Bive'runetlonLeave 6:10 It It1,

    i oftener to keep the soil in the after the arrival of the Mo
    vrcpt-r coLdition in and the P. & A. accommo --
    train. This; will enable a
    to leave Mobile at 0 p. m.,
    HF Got It. close connection at Penasola( Direction of JULES MURUY. -op- J.J B. L LONG & t C01

    Cal'.orIs tLe titter in? reach St. Andrews the next >,
    Offi f FRUITS AND CORFECTIONERI ij f[ [
    Caller-1 udiuler If-er, he pot thepotviu RATES. Direct from its! Phenomenal Run in
    Il't.t.lm? Contractors aodllllh1dF1
    from Pensacola New York.50PEOPLE50. c
    Office B,' '-I told jer he was ill, passenger rate -AT-
    I I as follows: ,
    didn't I?
    T St. Andrews! and St. Andrews C. APOSTLE'S : PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND
    ?-f6 00; round trip 110.\ ,
    KinstnUt. Apalachicola and Carra belle- Ma nificent Scenery ThoroughbredHorses ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT
    That deaf and dumb 14 East Comment St.
    woman is quite round trip U5. Bicycle Race Old TollGate SHORT NOTICE. jt jt .<
    , a finguist. fares include first-class Country Orchestra
    r "\ what?" stateroom and meals. Shepherds, Etc. Formerly Cordova Restaurant Slant Flrst-CIaaa! Work Guaranteed and

    "Flnulst; she speaks four languageson information can be secured PRICEB- ratlnee. 25 and 50 eel t ;. One carload of Pineapples at 11.71to References Furnished.
    ber fingers."-Philadelphia, Bulletin. I at the company's offices $2.00 per dozen. T.
    Tniesen building. Night, 25, 60, i5c and |1. 414 EAST INTENDCNCIA; :V


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    THE DAILY NEWS; PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY. MARCH 4. 1803

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    BATTLES WITH SNOWHARD One of the rarest and most precious: OverWorkveakens

    MISS MOVIE BOWEY stones is tIle carbuncle which is me-I Your Kidneys.

    times confounded with the ruby,
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    38 Perry Street. DETROIT. MICHIGAN.A FIGHTING FOR RAILROAD MEN .
    lv'c-o.
    which it differs by the intensity of its Make .
    Unhealthy Kidneys Impure
    !IN THE ROCKIES.
    I j gl;, i iAL fires prodnwd an internal luster ofgold
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    couple of winters ago I Wine of Cardui makes women while under the purple of the ruby -, All the blood in your body passes through I

    d!i pprd on a f fo: a sidewalk more womanly by cur Rotary Snowplow. and the Men + there only nppe.ir Jottings of azure : your kidneys ones every three minutes
    tei lCl: flat on my back. On ing their weakness and making Who Tina Tbeat-Iluckinlr Through u The r
    I or lacquer. Ethiopia produced the kidneys are your
    ;10ZlUmincd I found that them stronl te r. Wine of I j'
    the Ziuniktrr Urlttt That Tack the most: precious ancient carbuncles. The I 4 Hoodpererstheyfii-
    Internal
    Cardui i
    sustained injuhich cured Miss j
    [ had. Bowey. Mountain I'a..e.. t Eay ChnWeans regarded this stone as a 1- ter cut the waste cr _
    f1lS .. laid! me op f of more As a medicine for all women a fm.urties in tie blacd,
    this! two months. After that ...' in every trying period ofIaaiiud Every western;;; railroad Is equippedwith l + 3ty powerful talisman. Leeend! makes the I Ieyes a h f It they are sick ?r out I

    | that I had pains ia -?\ their lives can you think of a a largo: force of snow fighters. w of dragons cut of carbuncles. (;:1r-1 ':' ,.,C ( cf ever, they fan; to da >lh t t I;

    tt! hck and groin which I ; f better medicine for yourself totary snowplows and men who know cto ems ab hone, physician of one of ( 'I their work. '

    coyer bad before. I doctored )EI.Z.r. ) your sister your daughter how to run then can cut their way viceroys of India speaks of carbuncles | Pains! ,aches andrheurratisrn -
    and doctored for several .i .y or your mother ? Can you which he saw in the palace of that )i i come from excess
    through drifts that iu the early daysof
    St but as the pains in- Uiu drunk Barry think of a more acceptable I Human Lottery prince which were so extraordinary in cf uric acid in the
    teas of western railroading!: would haveresulted
    J if growingi to give friend tta
    ; present your blood due
    c' I their brilliancy thM they peoned "like'' to ncgieciei ':h
    >. ifcciied: that f was opt having the than a bottle cf thin medicine which I in complete blockades. The "Ah, if only I were beautiful kidney trouble. ;s ;
    ti -tiitoient. Reading in the papers will bring Ler health and happiness? I rotary snowplow is, one of the marvela I How happy life would be." redliot coil in the mitt\ of darkness"l.oui3 | Kidney trouble: causes quick unsteady i

    a wonderful cures performed by You are suffering ? Your duty is to of the railroad of today, and it is I Vertouian reports that the ting: heart teats, and makes one feel as though '. -,
    ,j -J i Qrdui I wrote to one of the rid yourself of this pain. If your a liberal education in the art of snow : Many a forlorn maid has said this as she of I'e-ru wore nn enoriuous or.e, which they had heart trouble because the heart iaoverworking ,
    and received looked into Je mirror. It is the one possession at night appeared t,> b<. lighted withRanbeams.
    ,:s a very satisfactory danghter mother sister or friend ia of them eatiiig Its I up I in pumping thick, kidney- -
    f fighting to 1'Olll.! in the life vuidj
    of
    r- 1.1 I immediately sent for some. sick and in need ()f relief your duty is lottery human The virtues of the carbuncle pcison J Hood through veins and arteries.

    bin short time I felt generally better equally great to them. Many women way through a white drift that tl1rl'lt.1. woman would not refuse I are resistance! to lire, preservationof i I,I It used to be considered: that only urinary

    iii.a s.Vln'eeks faithful use I was now well, owe their lives ra friends ens to cut off communication the eyes, promotion of pleasant troubles were to bs traced:: tj the kidneys, ii

    r re *ell and strong. I have never who brought them Wine of Cardui. the eat and th.5t.. There are several BRADFIELD'5Female dreams, creation of happy illusions!: and :,, but now rntdernscer.cs proves that nearly

    4j K hour since and I daily bless Wine of Cardui is adapted to women passes: In the Uocky mountains an antidote against impure air. a:1:! constitutional diseases have their beg;:- 6
    pr.-sr.tudid medicine. at any age in any walk of life. which for six months in the year or Regulator I nng! In kidney trouble. ;

    MOMS BOWEY. :For the working woman it gives her more form a constant menace to train for young girls on the threshold of womanhood 1 AVillfnl 311rnnderatandln.Pitt !I It you are sick ycu can make no mistake

    r- p'-K OF CAKDUI is one medi- strength for her tasks ana better crews. These: passes' are situated: at is in'alulble.'hcn they become i'! by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild

    1 .0 that should always! be kept treatment than a doctor for very small the top of the Great l'iYide. where the pale and languid, the eyes dull aching was induced by' Sir John Sin and the extraord.nary effect cf Dr. Kilmer's

    00' n hand: in every home for imcost.. elements have full sway. ISoreas pass' head, feet and hands cold appetite gone :I clair to constitute a .onrd of agriculture Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy is r
    diate: use when femalo weakYour druggist will 81'11)011 a 1.00 or abnormal obstructed periods and pain c toward the end of the eighteenth I! soon realized! it stands the highest for its I.
    in Colorado is fair The I
    a example.: I
    r .i makes its appearance. Miss! bottle of Wine of Cardui. Secure the ful menses, and their systems generallyrun I i century and make him the president. I I wonderful cures cf the most distressing; cases p 5
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    n 4 have resulted gp seriously of your home. Relief will come to you August:: or early in September, and it i and their blood cleansed. I II I years, Sinclair began to desire promotion by all druggists in fifty: #. <\.:?:.? .

    ,, tucn Wine of Cardui promptly. us surely as you take it. does not cease until well into :\IayullltODh.tJII'S I Iiradfield'sI'cmalcRegulator for womea In the social si-ale. "l e.ir Mr. cent andone-dotlarsi:; irtyi/,: ;/,!U! rr

    June. There will be intermittent Is particularly valuable and useful owingto I es. You may have a .:.- .
    Pitt he the minister
    wrote to prime! ,
    snowstorms in the midsummer: its tonic properties and as a regulator sarr.ple bottle! ty mail nome of M"amp.R
    ,WINEofCAKDVI A have million found suffering relief women in mouths; but the.-e arc trilling; atf.ilrsI of the menstrual flows. Painful, obstructed "don't you thrk! the president of the" free, also pamphlet telling you how to find 1 :1\l 1.
    board of agriculture should lie a ? I
    Wine of Cardui.I not to be mentioned in the and suppressed menstruation is permanertiy peer out if you have kidney or l.ad.1fr trouble f
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    with the tremendous I' relieved and al diseases pcculiai 1 >,' ir Sir John Sinclair, replied '. Mention this paper wren writing Dr. Kilmer a 4
    breath
    same i to her genital organs are cured by it.Regulator Pitt "I entirtly agree with you. I & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.: ,;

    snowfalls! of January and I'ebruary. I clears the complexion,brightens I have therefore apN| >:iiteiI }."1'I1oml'r; I :
    Few nale their homes at IVoreas. I Dui'trcake any mistake= bur renumber j .ff
    men the the appetite removes !
    uinino eve sharpens viile to ieeenl you as president of the :
    the Root.
    axative JJrcraS Q '1I "I on everyCures It H i nothing! for tin-in to pet "I In the muddy and blotched conditions of board: of jiirrk'Ulture. 'I Dr. Kilmer's Hwamp name Kwump Roar and the .1'S
    find themselves completely sick headache at : ;
    niorr.in'j awl the skin and once.
    : cures
    Cold in One Day, Grip in 2 Days {9."c box. 25c 'I : address, Mir! !hamtou. N. Y., on
    Lured in snow. Tie one store is Of dnistgists;:: at :r.oo per bottle f 'wring-lug j bottle.! .:
    I every f
    Perfect Health for Women" can
    u"uilly; at the end if a tunnel cut
    J A VAN PCLT. J. C. VAN PCLT. tlirouuli :u; ii.imciU'O snowdrift. The be had free by sending us your address. I me. dear the' It"oj' such a willfulmisuuderstanding1 He- '

    population! of Koreas: during the>e THE BRACFICLD HECULATOR CO.. ATLANTA. GA. I ;" tie Best
    view. glide s, fur oc..
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    VAN PELT BROTHERS snowy months consists;;; for the most

    part of the! railroad menho are engagEd DrrtnlnK, '>y Act of Pnrllninrnt. -- -

    iu the strenuous work of lighting The old sumptuary\ laws wl'rc.thoiet'I'ultinJs

    GARDEN STREET GROCERS, : constantly changing;? drifts. Snowat ; by which the dress and The Star Laundry

    Koreas does not fall; it rages.: It is food "t the kings subjects were nieelycontrolled. ,
    Have P.CE'inince the Holidays a Fresh Line of ;
    Mown about In swirl and ,....1.1il'I.tI It was a sort of official!

    is forever funning new drifts as treacherously Mrs.! ilnniilr.: i Fashion regulations for Biggest Busiest Best I
    STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
    ,,, ns! a river that is constantly men in particular were laid down ou .;

    shifting the sand hanks of its month.T very proi-i.-e! lines" and the dmnsos; in

    Fruits, Nuts, and all the Ddicacacics of the Season !:ese drifts are not litt'.(' affairs: that their attire: occurred uueh more frequently ifTiley

    will barely cover a "stake and rider" than women's.s. Very different .
    (1.1 (Jood-s are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting th E "
    In those S
    fence. 'I Ley are piled ten twenty and is the case now. days, peik :

    Best, Freshest and Cheapest. thirty feet high; and they spring uy ina too men's dress' was bright and even

    nigl't. gaudy.

    To the "tenderfoot" it would seem Prior to llul lour hair waq the regulation.

    VAN PELT BROTHERS impossible to plow a way through! :: these In that year however HenryI. I f foil i Thse1ves i I, .,_s s4. .

    ,, rifts: at Koreas but when a huge; rotary ., of Messed memory to barbers hid '

    TELEPHONE NO. 231 *'* .+* .< 31 EAST GARDEN ST. snowplow! tomes whirling! up the all his subject locks ruthlessly shorn. We let the :Shirt: Collars

    track with three or four er.giues iuh The next important edict of this kind and Culls wa Launder peak for },

    fug rigorously:; behind: it the "lender- was under Edward: \ III. who inusMthat
    them; lve.,. They will talk loader f\\
    foot" ri'!'ervi'-i his dceL
    Classified Advertisements still: Inclined to favor the snowdrift courses for dinner except on the eighteen ; tal."e can. We want to be judged i

    but he prefers to await developments holidays\ ;;; in the year, when thekind's loieoy the! workwe do than by 1

    I.d"rlwlliittll; Iilllt'lf.'itl1 a ;; lifpr night! eat and drink at whit we say.
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    rush and a plunge the big!: rotary is will.Of

    ONE CENT A WORD. hurled: into the white mass of snow. interest to ladies will IK- the hard '

    ,....... -. Klack\ smoke pours from the engines: 1 fate that i Iol'ft.1tht'\ big; sleeves worn ALL WORK C. 0. D. Ml c Called, f f3P StJ MMtt FfC8 r .

    .. : -I and the huge baSes of the: snowplow by men under Itie'h and II. "'t' are told '
    i. r.imvafdbiekeJ. .N I I : :
    I T3TLSPKOUE 111. 27 GARDEN ST.
    I \\"A TED-Men to learn barber eat rel.'ntks''y into tU drift.! The that home huns tl the liiie"S.: .

    I.. : I trriile. Tool-, dlpIotn.tB, posit ions snow shoot out jf two orilice: at the I When I pottage: i-s brought to the! table \i..r ALKE INGRAHAH: Manager.\ :1'
    "lit liusrg nain! "* j an1 board given prradiuteShort hie' "r tu. i'l"V. f riig: : ; a huge, whiteenicircle "tho sleeves jrn into them and set the I ,

    ten in i idili.-lei: time required by our inetLo'ls (>f < I"-r:,'.:ntly nwvi.ig; ftrward. \ first t.rto." In !short the nuisance: was _# -_..- n --

    nil K r the IP- steady practice, export instruction i One ci: 'i '::' :r -';; "' their! :;ress! of so intoler.il that :I !'tntlllt':1;: 1'ls"I edprohibitm 'I L"f: :

    i', U. It. or K.K. Moler-, .l Uarber tc. Clta Colleg"InpUt: mot llifi Up,1 Caron-free. the p-.v! I.)' fi-i'-vig!! ; the advancement :; any man below: bnuneret: fiF" .L.d....W-.-. ... .,.......--- f...,ate.M.:..tu..I-1 ....1'n ar..Y..P.c-c\.1..,...,.-yr..t.'------0-_ ....-_ -...".-- ..k. _'. i .f.,

    I (Jltiutnt, :;o. : of !: ." rainbow::: of snow. Foot byi'u from a1'nli'ig: ); them.CASTOR. I II !
    delet street. New Orleans, Li.WANTKI .
    '.I'! i. lIf-hf-_ : "t t','? rot.iry eats its way forward, &
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    Roberts
    )-50 more pupil; in Blak and ::.:i!II)' !it and tae engines Ire Dailey, r ,:

    and White" Ny\ this ytm anyone hurler! 'ri .1 :huge;:: trench of white. Only !

    MONtY E ? TO LOAN can learn to draw anything the t til' Us t-( the engines can IK seen Ii, IAFor I -blSALKKS IN --
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    tho ywkhanyriad. FyelChildrt'n bi'lchip their! 1 ;:lC'!:III'sq on th? virgin I 1

    ( -.in able terms: and ten "" ar old can learu. Kvt-ry I garb a'n'i.t th' uL Cut: the treat white Infanta and Children !Il }!{ :::
    CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY
    w pupil end r-e< it. Come in and I sen.ieirci"IHUT: fails t" go forward GROCERIES.

    J.V.. JU'LLARD, ere for yonrlf. Otis A. Miller until liual the -teud-Tfoot" knows (Die Kind You Have Always Bongfei 1 ;

    J \Vn.Mtv,' ,111'x Fl'.smlr, Maiii:{..-r. I studio in Siiibury Uuilding lllltn; that the Ci'Ift; : is being coiKiUtrcd.When I I iM' New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. : d t' .

    overland limitiilT 9 odi'3 the // (
    the rn.I;
    Q E:} FRESH SUPPLY OFRALSION'S (ifii :l. '
    I EXUHAXU-Auy one wantinjr a : >iiu>:s along a fl'I I ours Liter: the pas- _, "'.of ti S r.;

    MONEY TO E LOAN i f-uinmer: home in the iiunntains engers do not hnoiv ui J i:.l' 1 battle that I Ii : ;
    ; OAT MEAL BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS | l
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    travel
    t. .., '. can exchaiuje property in Florida has ju"t been fought. They 1 { ]
    "ore:1:4)11". {I .
    or "South i.toriiia for equal value ihrouuh a canyon of snow as tie! > !p:.
    .il! tthf! kiiulf in A-iPvillH! X. C. Will trade upIII" Bursas but they have: no idea of II.,- i Fort Barranca Fla.. March 1 0, tO".!. :: FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF '. '
    THE CITY.
    tv. I i'u-ui"s totlOIM4lorless( > Otis A. Miller! tn cut tins: m, ((:s-l j :>
    g i' ti py <; : :' lJri'l Salisbury lilt rk. Pt ii;acola. Iron: 'iii'mis force rtiureil -Sealed proposals in triplicate! will: j I

    St.: A. A. prim white path over the ridge: of the continent be received until 11:20 a. m. April ,1,1: :, ROBERTS & DAILY I ..:., '. .l

    :'ni tf -- .-- -- ; fao they go on. all unconsciousin I 1h0: for constructing electric Lighting i iI (. ; n
    i"OR A.t':. their 1'1I11lIlIS.Yhill: the r.iilroad tt IJ 218.220 Wright! St., East of Union Depot. |'J'i 1
    I II I eastern, Fort Pickens, Fla. U. S.I! | "
    \: : < .\N-\V, K. MtriAint. next siding ahead: oil tlirot.'iry .' '
    men at tin t, M>
    I1Dat desirablelots \ ,
    11ine
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    I FOJl] SAUJ I ] -The < .., I i.u "
    I MnUfy reserves right to reject or accept any .' ..
    <> and their loins for the I I'|
    I in the city on ray terms, bj i gird up ..w. ru.g.m.. ,....-..,..i'-.. .:.r.Ib "_.. ......- 1.__. "_. '_. }
    t-Ki of intern t I : .
    iat" + the Fi-lier !Heal Estate Aieiicy.2i'l.'a I next: battle which they know Koreai: or all proposals or any part thereof. I -r.--. ........ _00# .W i.>J. ,W Iti aM.I. _.r .V1.1. Vd +:yd w, ,

    '111Ol1ic' 112 and boiith 1'ul.ifox. ISal in will:! be prepared, to give them iu a few Information furnished on application. I, .,

    I '1':' haI I f'.t. _. _. __ .n __ hours. f
    Envelopes containing proposalsshould
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    >!I''' I l-KM: till unproved .... _.._i1AiR.O'I)4.. ..--- .- -. -..-. .---.... The experiences at Koreas pass during he marked "Proposals for HALL & KLEIN ; :
    :\U\s.: ri.\B.\H IE1RNEManufaehtrer ; hard winter are duplicated at ;
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    h i.i lar\{t or rinall I Electric Lighting, addressed. I':. ;
    !l..w rat tif intere-t and dealer in Hair Good many other railroad passes in the I .t
    t to 4
    I 1"1 i K lirook', s.ttorny H.UToilet Arti lp;;:. Hair Oil Cocky mountains, to say nothing of Cole, Q. M.M 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. {

    -->. l'Jl.tloxt.: ., Filial 1t(:., S'J'J. .. West. Government. .. s-treet, great stretches at lower altitudes hich I C, 7: 9, 10.-A 2, :3. I
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    3)11111; have always been the favored hauntsof I [
    Fur :
    '.' I --huntFl1R --- sr.oudrills! : and which have always I Staple and Family Groceries l ;F ?
    CHIHESTER'SIIl.aL'.Of:: ;
    I" DAY-Do you need laXT-III opera home build- given railroad men treat trouble It .

    \ u e.ut borrow tiny ', it HOU: prounJ !lloor OI.H store and is the unexpected eleull'lItt these PEfiHYROYAL PJLL8J.J L ? I "

    i w.mt. today ou ea-teat ollice ; on >--fionu iloor three ? (."s.fehill points tint brings; a serious aspect to JO'V"": >*1'1'I.Orl.lnitl ond.. -'>l.'k-ntT ':U.. .'h' raw Select Meats Vegetables, :Etc., in Tins. j
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    i .t-1 r-iteV anywhere At the over the f 4 \-'... : (')II( HIM: 1:1:" 1.U"U
    the situation. parses .. .
    Y'' rmproVPl ,., !.n..1 I u- *... .y. .. r. !
    Croat: I'ivide) railroad men prepared: I ;: ',J' itr.aothrs ii.r.ar Poultry Eggs and Country Produce
    \\ ui. Kiiiru.HOAHllXa :,:\I......, Ih9..raA **....tllu.,..|* ano!. ,tu.a.I ..
    serious! ;:
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    for trouble. and consequently (Jhmwt r.r, t .r t, j"Zffi!
    lu-tl
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    lOl'sfi at WhH.lfl blockades: ere few but whl'nyonl I 'L"" h, '- ..*r:. 11-r'.r.I'art'i"u../.r....'Tr., '', our" Telephone No. 358.
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    hailed to fight I urn 'I( til. J w tt '", ;
    SprinsMary E-tllrr, Fla.Ir.: -. comes that a train has < ...
    : ..., tfci I r -mlr.rI. < ;J
    ;" o.'rrow money, Inure Oudon, propriftrt'All the in wIY through; the drifts lift' or pt-r- '.'-- ..... f-.ll V.. f t -- 1\'

    your l'ropl fly cmiiforti of home at very rey';:onaMt available f i
    m.les: from the nearest -
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    i "s lit title, but i>r rates. Xorthem tonthts will haps f f1L I ; !
    there is consternation. -
    plow ROYAL
    rotary STAKDAHDrJIISlfEY! \
    : "-, rent i>ri>pt-rty ,'( fit d tin- an Id.-dl place to -pt-r.d a to the wII ifLY CI1UlHj; a
    coli 'Itget; a rotary plow : .
    .u. have runts portion "f thivi: "'on. 12i iltnn. t
    .1 i taws ytteint"d to, __ liU'eknded train takes time, and in the i FOR STEAM MYIIONTrt'.ai i '. l' .
    !1.- t'liifr.C\'at-i'U I Itllf ) \'.\ L. I meantime the drifts are nccumiil.iting ; \'O.u\.I'cnuc: 1 ;U,, .. 8 Yun Old, in Gises cf 4 Fall Quarts at 1 S3.20 per cast /

    > :iU and lu>uraiiuc I :lj.. DEAylt/\1)thetail'trh' I -ts--r:-- on the iin iil road, and e.-n-h hour It.11LWY tO'itT !, ;11_ -- --. -- il

    >Il'\\'a. Fla. Lh.I.'t'r': brings ne'.v menaces: to railrotw men UAve i'enauioli. tar tae: L.M .. -1
    innvtii II' \\Vst (iovernintnt
    to I. 'il ,.pHIifJ'IEYI.d: -tflif-d at the el"ODCI>.
    .
    win Vi .rrl4i\totll.
    'iv buys 1
    i \IIU" : Bayou, Kts halos I
    ,I w ;li It.lid Unuey'i :ftreet (tpm>ire Kxpretftice., and passenger alike. : add Ion H arr lOI\o t' :1 ..1. Ky., Di-tiHury: and is fully t.iaturfrd in wof.dfor \'
    d 3 Idt-e. S I. II w'-t 1'P ti l'rt'J1:1ftto: clean rw- Sometimes even the rotary plow has 6:00.. .atrlve it Kort nurr uein 7:1' I ; r b' .- hottliujj. I tie ub"lu"lypu.. and not txfelii \ Ii'I
    pair aiul pri--; I idio-' ainl e<-ntleni peen known to lie caught: in a snow ;I 10UU a. m.artve Fcrt Barr tiiOu' 10.4. I J M' <\ PI quality by any Whifkey of the sine ago 4 I.,
    't. t.. i-.r ivi>lc'S"itJ.you 1Gj3tntiro blockade. One instance occurred iu I I 111<' p.m. arnVl> at Vot B rrncd: ?.. I .i't ao DI liter whore proflnced. The Royal Standard "
    I ", :u. n-r'vsav Fort Krtrrsac-.i 4; t
    :>'Jit.. ? IIn.H.ull.... W'omin.r.n cnpim-er who I IHI a rotary i i I t 11-:0:rap ".. rrlfB *. tort Barrages '. \ t\ I eight} years old when bottled, and couHideriu/ :

    I ..... ..... plow on ahead, and who was inkiig : ":ft/p m. rrlye..t Kurt I4'-.rrlloJCH' ";> \, .5,\ its i-xc. hl' i\t quality: Iii\ the cheapest whiskeY) 11. ;::1f'

    \ l'J ; :vn\ from HOW TO :'oAKIIO! aa" We I jswrt progress during a fierce snowturn !I i nl TrAta.& gt :gave Part B.rr .aj a. .-i >' \% ;',; htii.'irk11. at that prlcfA a never;tge, and ahii "

    ..1I..r au invetmitt ruaranteej : : : : -ihuely! pure -timolant, th'-re i la none better. : hI
    : 'II I're- ( ) wa compelled to run back 7ham arrive at '*1I8"011\.m 4 > 1
    II : lilH' rUe h)' two Tru-t comp inkft for w.itor. Instead of : aft'I I tlt' n m.'.,rlv.' 4t Pdn519...1. _... :. ((l D :C -I! : t'I" '1 i MI c,,-P-* contiiiin uo murks whatever ir: I In
    miles
    \ 1. ui.ty mtkH you rh'ti Thi. i H no I %:00) P m arrive nt fensaooia......... : '.tI.! content.. If purrban r, IIP"U :lamfn l'r; 'J]
    t' : with him he uufourinl! and ran I .. .. .
    seol .
    rotary rnv > at Pea i .
    \ I toheni or fake Seed {:200 forInvpt.'iii I 5fi' P n ? <.f.; : a -t <-y, i i.< not -t anfiedith the! quality: .1 I
    ,
    -i and iu ll..- n, 'autimet' I II : II m. arrh't st Fentaoou : -.
    ; b"tt-k! t +
    or.sire 1
    Ii" } : c; + the
    l ,. .1. 1 1. 'iuOrtirt<"ltt'. If \U ar* tide I II I'a:.:, o. roo.rrlV1'at Panaaeo. 1 I .1t.: 1111'1 --imn at our expose undmono y
    '.. A I I n. hot sati-fled lIi"1I; inve-tijfstioi:, wry I "> p'l) i\v l:1tb'rf'l.l so fist over I 86tUnll6'! caiy ; ; M.
    will dive you your nn>ii.-v li-u-k t". 'b." ti-. ..t t I',' was nnalili' to tight his I PAUL rott .r..,,; DAYX.Peaiaeot. I i -: .!n>uiJ! tin aceomptujod by eftl : I

    r ,I r. I \Wltnor &' Dunn Fi"-y '.rrttr b-Jiik draft t>r t-i-: I M1t'
    I I i I..n- -ola to yr 7jr: VarI -! .... -,,' I r< <'" order.Y refer .
    First
    ; '1 JroJlI"t: Spw Y..rk. I ire are It"\\o'I''r. unJ are m:/:y o-u'i.!: ". ... -. 111III"Y to Katitinal j
    ausoola to P !m fM> BHSO& a:1:
    ;. tr"i.'i; : f -r :I ,lITl'lllT; D 1.tit: Bank or amp jnucliaijt :i: l rneacGla. ;
    1I 1\ i t > t-! 1,ehel; t of >"r.e 1. : .CHiDriDi.W1n : ; I. '
    eraDAV ,
    \L-'Mi\X! awl rt-lU maker, 3oH .. I 1t\L ..., I it
    I (" nth Paljf.ixtre...{. Re cov r- n r'i.r "a..Wj'"W; with: SMI'!: s i\ .!'it p"" :I ... 9r parnt. t" ranoL1npeo ','Kf.; I rl/,\j r .: -
    tl :'' I er beblinl it can eat its v-y :.nMtgh:; i' C""C"1. \ S. A. FRIEDMAN
    la'y' iu.r .ii"J repitnuof unibrnilas and I' :
    :
    i i-JJ'I
    l.g. S alt .-Jt ;.irjt'iirg! : In the shai of dr.fts. :! Leave t'in' ao01a L1' Kor b : / l1J) ,
    XiH; n-es addnblt" jart-oi- '& pn'ijhr. Silk: cover- i .a.m. 15 a rll \ \' i
    '
    1 ill iM-h aivt-cn'1ud: !i. )nn 3CARNIVAL i I -Nework TUJt'! I 1 'p..m ti. I'! P. 'iI c ; >55j, .- (t-E PKOf KIKT< B. l'E]('AChLA. FLA.

    'It td.y font I h itai'd l' iiiV.,1t.'u-tunny.. I p.= 't'. f 5- 't -

    r irri"ige: fur- I n u" k:nr -n. ,.m P.I,.' \\Vi sKE. ic t.(.X 4is. inhanlle tl.tlon: Ire
    '. Ho> .. Johnson dyne I loft ip, ai D'
    r ? .r\ T..r- fUME -In v'''lv l- Mrs. Blark-S.ini at Ep.-_
    tf
    .. -PV.htrr--d: : .' uMi .i. Mk! Satsn: : u d other m.ite- I his! wife! 'Imm six mont's aso. I t p.' a'.. 1 ,. m t..uas Yn O.IO4. -----

    .. I t',.., C.ixti.n waN, CMII be r"fIT",1 at :Mrs. E. 1). I Mr. 111ll'k-IIO she t'ink he am net ,. 'Ai.F 6t',91TI.uacO I ,...-: a.A raD.MAP' .j
    l I 9'Eb4w Xordtroin'Milliu! Store. AloIiks. I i art Harnllon !!iUJ I rrr every clan? of L'qn.-ra sold in !
    ry bah i-oiniu back? ____ .___
    la'd&n3r tarn bulk or bottle wholesale rr retail at prices that
    FoI Ue
    0 Noe=, Wfr= and "Waal, she jet beginnin'; to Cabhopes.Sinart ".I'II"Q!. 10 P i3i!ttoJ!a to env down.
    All Kind- of empty bier: I I Haii Good at X 0. 11 Fist Intend I '_'''1'\. ---- It are way 1
    Set
    , >. .\. Friedman. i.9-tt, d! delci.t street. neat .llaf.x. I' No eight elT.a after Bli p. a- 1 a AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST CEER. '





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    k THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4,1963


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    :: WHAT'S THE GOOD OF FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.

    LADY USESA .
    HAVING MARRIED .

    SISTERS, COUSINS SATURDAY .JI.rIARCH
    ,
    AND AUNTS ? PISTOLTHREATENED

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    I Every wIJ e-avuke boy and girl should at once

    :;. tall on big married bisters, couatna and auuut Try Tetley's Tea, and Learn how to make Tea 7th.
    iud get them to Bare him the "sections'1 from
    t Jie "GOOD U'CK" BaUug Powder cans. If try it again, and then it from Tetley's package.

    < should not be usiug "(000 UTCK." bo
    soy TO CLEAN OUT
    should see that they comment's at once; fur will always be Tetley's. It will surprise you. : Is Positively the Last Day of Our Monster

    .) ays the use of his hmlng; married l3tent, SOME PARTIES WHO HAD AGGRAVATED

    cowilog and auuta if they are out buying to suit ASK YOUR GROCER. II I I I
    Urn as well as t iemselves fI HER HUSBAND.

    Richmond, Virginia. I ODD AND END SALESO

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    Uncomplimentary allusions to the
    G M.MOtG.1+..!....MlAt1N.. EXPORTS FOR WILL KEEP

    existence of one another led to an interesting YOU HAVE A FEW MORE DAYS TO


    i.SOCIAL ECHOES I three-cornered scrap near I I YET AVAIL YOURSELF OF THK OPPORTUNITY -

    Muscogee wharf yesterday but three SHORTMQNTH LATE HOURSTHE OF OBTAINING

    principals had cooled down consider
    NN/Ni1NJON.N.NON.. I

    On Saturday afternoon Mrs. \Vise ably when they faced Mayor Jones in I

    VALUES FOR SHORT MONTH OF CLERKS PINEFOOTWEAR
    entertained a party on the bay the the city court this morning. LOOKING AFTER INTEREST

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    escorts being all navy officers. Miss From the testimony there seems to FEBRUARY PASS THE MILLION OF EMPLOYERS, MADE

    Xicolson, Miss Mary Xicolson, Miss have existed a long feeling of unrest DOLLAR MARK SAFELY. AN ACCEPTABLE PROPOSITIONLAST
    Mollie Brent, Miss Celestine Drent
    and bitterness between the families of
    and Miss Wise were among the ladies NIGHT. ...AT SUCH...
    of the Jim Deck and G. Petersen, who are .
    An
    party. inteft.sting'isit was Export values for the 23 days In
    made to Fort Pickens white people living in the vicinity of i
    by special I
    pertit I February passed the million dollar!
    where the recent improvements iuiscogee wharf. Probably there is no class of workmen -
    mark safely, going near the million
    ::ere inspected. A The tempest broke out afresh yesterday in the city who have the interests OHENOMENALPRICES.
    most "delightful! ar- i 'and a quarter figure. During the
    ;1
    -, rn'GII was enjoyed: by tte v.hole .u afternoon and for a short time of their employes at heart more than :
    par. month thirty-three steam and sail vessels .
    }! ,y. 'I it seemed as if somebody would! have the clerks, the faithful servants of the '
    entered and thirty-one clearedfor i I
    d been killed. It happened about this i public! who stand ready to jump and -- - -
    , Mrs. H. H. Thoratiu foreign ports. The aggregate ton- I
    was entertained way: I respond to all classes of citizens. i

    1 at luncheon yesterday cm the IsuiIrs. I Peterson and wife are said t.) have : age of the entrance was 4:,"_t.t:, The other night the Clerk's Union1! MEYER SHOE CO.
    ala.t + and that of the clearances 37Sjl.; I
    made remarks about Beck and his: l held a meeting and decided to suspend ,
    Articles were sent to nineteen different
    .\ I wife, and about the time such character the original agreement for early closing '
    ", Kvtlya c. Maxwell chaperones! ports in_ foreign countries, and Feet Furnishers for 1'as.h HIII-.
    , a assassination was proceeding loudly and to work until S o'clock every :
    party of young ladies at a dinner on I the exact amount according to figures
    - the Kearsirge. I and strongly Beck came along. lie was: night except Saturday in order to let 103 SOUTH PAAFOX 'S :4tET.
    Thursday evening given I from the custom house records was
    by Lieut. :So'ith.Mrs. ; informed that the couple had been in- the merchants have all the advantages --
    I
    J1.111.2S+::! divided as follows:
    jdulging I in some disrespectful talk J )possible during the stay of the squad tint(\ q (t5.A.t' ( (\ (\ anar( IC 1\ t 1\ /I 1\ l\( '!\...iLt,1 I \ ,1'tall n.:. '
    .
    John S. England I II . . . .$ -131,293::!
    at luncheon yesterday ivnham in honor entertained I concerning himself and went over to I II I Germany . . . . 420.-143: ron. They sent a petition to their employers : r e <
    guest Miss Helen Denham. of her see about it. When he got near their France . . . . 38,301 offering to suspend the original -

    On the perfectly I residence: Mrs. Petersen rushed out Italy, . . . . . 87Ca:; i agreement and received an ac"-

    the exquisite violet de'urationsH're appointed table I and wanted to fight. Beck gallantly Netherlands . . . 1,730;: ceptance. The petition and acceptance I THE NEW STORE S
    used, a beautiful Russia on Baltic . . :22.:!: !Ind i ,
    lovely! flowers wilh centerpiece loose violets uf the informed her he would fight no woman British Honduras, . . 1,800 follows: '! n'::>

    . over the table The scattered but let her husband come out. :Mrs.: Honduras, . . . . 19J: The Clerk's Offer. -- --- '"

    lunch was bened in six dainty Petersen continued in her harangue Mexico . . . . 3G.:: "; I a4a
    courses. The Clerk's'
    happy participants and exasperated Mrs. Deck Argentine . . . . :29.S96! "We, a committee from the
    were Mrs. to such
    ham, Miss Robertson, Den- an Brazil . . . . .> 13.000 Union, in justice to our employers, ask '
    Miss Williamson. Miss Miss Armstrong Tharin extent that the latter grabbed a pistol i British South Africa . 11.9S1 that the merchants agree to keep their

    Miss Armstrong Miss ; from a near-by cupboard and rushed French Africa . . . 6,442 r ijij M a RRDER
    Avery Miss stores open until 8 o'clock p. m. everyday
    Daisye flyer, Miss Lillie Taylor' Miss out, screaming that she would kill IIc S

    Mallory, Miss Cora Mallory, Miss liesslcr somebody. The gun was wrested Total, . . . . .$1,111,082 except Saturday, and on that day ;

    from her and no harm came from it. A recapitulation of items sent out until 11 p. m., and as long as the battleships '

    from Pensacola is as follows: remain here; afterwards to WILL OPFNz&z .' 111 _
    Mrs. H. J H. Thornton :Miss The sight of a pistol, however, had I > 5*>5 ys c V\',
    Daisye ( Timber and lumber :) close as b> :cur original agreement: B.
    the s ft..13,036.000Wheat :/
    Hyer effect of j jon E
    and Miss Lillie causing a crowd looking ;
    , tertained Taylor were en bushels . . 43,288Kosiu. : ::! .\. IJindrum, )-'. J. ];tern, E. J. Quigley, *
    jl Kc-arsarjjo.at a luncheon today on the to play hide and seek with conH"-1 bolo;. . . . 2'.2'') Chas. Sanders, I*. L. Reese, committee.
    I W guests of Capt. HempMrs. 'nient trees and houses, the st Oak staves, pSC., . . "0,477 ." March\ ;

    , I in; cleared as if by magic. Deck Cotton, bales . . . IS.U'iO i II' Tuesday L

    \\'tlJiantiil.pr I(and wife and :Mrs.: Petersen were arreiod Pickets, yes, . . . 13,712 Merchants Accept. ,
    .t Jiinchfoa viitertained at !' Coal, tons . . . . 11.1:9 "U'e, the undersigned merchants ,
    today in honor of her 0'1harges of
    guests cursing and
    Cottonseed meal, sks . 15,840
    ,
    Mrs. agree to the above: Coleman
    : Shettall Joseph ,
    : ,
    and Miss Armstrong I j threatening, Mrs. Heck: was allowed Shingles! pcs, . . . ll.HOO AT 10 .\. M. SJ: *
    I P. Stone, S. Israel, :M.: & O. Clothing
    Mr. an,1Ir, 1-:. ''to go free while! the other two were Phosphate rock tons . :2,750:! 1E.;>
    ; O. Saltmarsh entertained Store, P. E. Brawner, H. O. Anson,
    very delightfully called on for small fines. Q/
    1111 the Lay ;' M. H. SMITH'S Gray, Godman & Co., W. J, & B. Forbes ,
    ;fierday from vcl\e until lour, in',
    honor of their gUlsti11':;. Mines and I NIECE IN A ROMANCE. Sol. Cahn & Co., John White, X. : EVERYBODY IS INVITED TO CALL AND :;

    Miss lines of Ijouisville.; I] G Forcheimer, L. Friedman & Co., JQ

    .I A party of about forty guests enjoyi I i FORGOT TOCOME Birmingham, Ala., :March: 3.-Miss Ryan's Variety Store B. Gerson, l'at' .INSPECT OUR STOCK. &
    ed this charming event. I ... ... aa
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    of .
    Clare Weiland a niece President Mcllugh, A.1. Cohen, John Thompson -

    11 :\Irs. Itloekcr Forbes entertains ;this I Milton Smith, of the Louisville and Green, Watson & Co., Kress & *. ;

    ;11.1 evening sisters of in Mrs.honor of the Misses BUkl'r,1 BACK Nashville, and S. Wilkerson, a well Co,. Meyer Shoe Co., Bass & Co., Ros- ; Cor. Palafox and I Intendencia. 5 a aUllVUU

    Hal Forbes. known young business man, were enau & Geralds, Wm. Johnson & Son.."
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    married romantically yesterday. The The late closing went into effect
    C The ( ('{'f'lian recital last night given \WV }
    by the Jesse: French Piano and organ NEGRO GIVEN A BANKNOTE TO i young people's union was not looked last night and will remain until all the I Ir >

    company was a most entertaining I upon with favor at this particular ships depart. :
    and delightful! affair. GET CHANGED AND HE APPROPRIATED -
    Hiss Ksther(
    time. They secured friends and the
    eastein sang very sweeny '' Hos'j PENSACOLAr\ '
    THE WHOLE. young lady went driving with Mrs. --. .. I 11r 7
    Serenade -v--
    and Tosti's (cthd v -v.-;: JL\fJL
    accompanied: uy Mr. H1.. Bye.1, Barnes. The young man meanwhile r- : SATURDAY,

    ' the Cecelian piano player secured a marriage license and, when

    'fllt'se're much appreciated and I August< Pinxton, colored is a negro i the carriage; arrived at the residenceof ;NEWS HOTES '
    a"plaudrd. 'I GENTRY BROS. FAMOUS SHOWS !
    I whose love fur has
    i One of the treats of the occasion I'. money gotten him. Dr. I. D. Steel of the Cumberland! t

    - i tho finished performance of1 r. in a fix that he will have: a hard Presbyterian church, he was there : ., _, '._ -_ ) -,.,. ..

    'd (i. Coo-ell of 1)v VOlt, Mich., on !!. time to extricate himself from. I and the knot was tied.! The young
    "' riano.Vr lYeukel tl'II htJ'.1 One would imagine that
    the fame
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    thoj| Yesterday a small! boy named, Hari woman is the daughter of S. L. \\VilI
    :HhliJ'e'ith his -
    Cerelian! rend itOL! {I I and merits of the popular Bijou of
    of exquisite music and genenri.ly rt'- :i! )' was given a $"_jj note and toll to i and and Mr. Wilkerson came recentlyfrom Mine Host Kryger had extended beyond

    ,Jlol\tl.1 i1tLenany e.pre""i iolts lIf tee I' get it changed. He ran' down to a (le- j Franlvfort Ky. the confines of ordinary travel,
    li;;!ht. ,1' for there are seen every .ay travelers
    )put saloon! and saw PiiiMou standing i ji
    The ov 'iiing v.-as one of imallojed RAINY and captains of vessels who have never -
    l>!easur.' tll the manymusic lovers :]I!'i mar the door. Harvey: who had been :I I WEATHERON GULF COAST. been in the city before asking to be

    ' vlio were re.-"vtit. !I cautioned about entering the saloonl| shown to the h'rchants."ht once
    I I
    '; j I turned the money\ t'r' to Piu.xton and i The barometric pressure is highest located it is easy to find the way

    '' Mr. J.dtnCud is ill at l.er resiideuce 11!I;: asked the latter'to make a small purchase i!' over the Northwest and lowest over back.
    liist: LaLua
    tin her
    street I
    many :' and return the balance. Pinx-1:'the Plateau. lain has been general 1 The in
    iends hope for her ri,eetly' u-eovery. 'I throng that is seen either
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    i icon I ) ( the banknote and
    6 Miss Jennie Massey! I.ir.ton and I i slipped out of another door and chang-1 I i'i south Atlantic states, in central \alleys 'alafov street, of Mr. \. Goldring, or et 4 t ti4
    Miss Ijin Davis ot Taa.I..el.Ia! I! and has at his Palace saloon No. 3 'at the
    S. ; :|! ill his '! and in California snow
    ; ; clothing and hat so that the
    Union of
    attest the
    are vi :ilin! ? Mrs. A. I'-mner at juj< ::' depot popularity
    1 ; East IJolc.ont sirwt.Mrs. boy would not recognize him. : fallen: in the Northwest and Plateau both the genial proprietor and I the

    -. j Police OCieer Humphreys was anti !II region. laesn here it has been generally excellence of the goods, both import

    .. Im,1r IM. PeLnnl arc inIarimna '!i Cell and found Pinxton in custody of parity cloudy. The rainfall has ed and domestic that he dispenses.ANNOUNCEMENT. .

    ., :\ for a few tlays.A I j the been heaviest on the Gulf coast: Galveston -
    boy's father, the latter endeavoring .
    reports 1.76 inch; and Mobile,
    to make the avaricious
    negro return
    t I A LAYMAN I the embezzled sum and stop ''I) inches with thunder storm. Mr. John B. Vaughan has been appointed 1 J

    I II I co".rt proceedings. Piaxton refused to I Changes in temperature have been agent of the News at Century.

    f, Gave Doctor a Hint About Coffee. I art in the sensible manner proposed\ ( unimportant; but it is somewhat lie will receive and receipt for daily Two Complete Exhibitions at 2.and 8 p. m.

    ,; Speaking of coffee a doctor of D e sand. was this morning bound over toi w armer in most sections. and weekly subscriptions and advertisements
    20-im.\M NK\V FKAl'L'KKS THIS YtaHtjran u
    cat urvillo, Ohio saysVe used tl the county authorities. and keep the News on hand
    TWO WEDDINGS at his restaurant at all times.
    analyze coffee at the Medical college i A warrant was made against him leau Wagons. _
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    : and in spite of our laboratory tests charging the embezzelment: of $:I). I OF RECENT DATE. Why bend KiterfT1.C

    which showed to contain eaflme. an western branch of the Keunehw': i
    j :Monday, March :2!, at the residenceof i
    actil'ois.lII.. I continued to use the INTERFERED WITH I fans been given the iuiti P ':I.j l river A CREENHUT & 00.
    ( Rev. Fred Jones, pastor of the First because in 1773 it was! full of drowmdsoldiers. I
    drink, and later on found myself affected -i A POLICE OFFICER.
    Baptist church, at 8 p. in., Mr. Frank So one may rv.'id. But then- ,,
    with serious stomach trouble,
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    Officers Carlin and Fondebilla last Hil urn and Miss Henrietta West is not a syllable of truth in it. And the !| "'

    indigestion, headaches, etc. I night found \\'m. R. Mulby and J. 11.1 mark, both of this city, were joined in next picture conjured up by the name .. ..WHOLESALE GROCERS,
    The headaches came on so regularly !:- j a doleful Styx, turbid and miasmatic i
    Colley on the streets.: The latter was matrimony. Rev. Jones officiated. !I
    and oppressed me so that I found | is equally false 'l'JIt'I.lain fait h that j
    , laboring: under a heavy load of liquor I They will reside here. :
    l Ion distance East Government St PENSACOLA FLA.
    it difficult to attend to my regularduties. < the river flows for a i Nos. 102, 104,106 ,
    and in a few moments was seen tofurther I Last evening at 7 o'clock Rev. Fred through meadow. and unU>!i*' the water I
    One I -
    Nov -
    daylast met a ] -- -
    I violate the city ordinances by 1 Jones was called to Goulding to perform U high it scarcely steins to move'''
    friend whom I had known to be similarly | I
    . acts of indecency, for which he paid 4![ a marriage ceremony wherein nt aii. That is why It has boeu called AN ART STUDIO. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.Mr. .
    amict J. His marked
    < improve.lnent
    i
    UtJ today. Mr. Charles J. Gunter and Miss Davie dl't.I.othin..: gloomy belongs to the ,
    studio in 9 Wentworth has taken
    in caused j I have opened a room :JTho?
    , me to
    appearance ; A d. ), -tulJle and captivating:
    (
    i Both name.
    Mulby saw his friend in i principals.
    trouble Annie Liddell were
    i enquire what he had been doing. He U. Dead river.-Century. Salisbury block, where I will give charge of the city circulation <>t
    ,, and sought to have him released going i are of this county. This wedding occurred stream lessons In of draw
    own
    announced that he had, some time my system THE NEWS. He will take 8ub crip-
    so far as to threaten harm to the at the home of Mr. Budd. -- ing-called "Black and White"- i
    aso. quit coffee and was using Postum j jFood Tables for the I Lions and collect all accounts.Mr. .
    i officers. He was arrested and the :, of quality also in French: Pastel painting and
    attributed
    Coffee this he
    to change
    the change in his health. I mayor called on him for $10 this morn- !'!JHE i PAID FOR Dining room, library, hall Newspaper and Magazine Illustrat Wentworth ha had large;' experience f

    ing. Both of these gentlemen VERY LOW INSINUATIONS, as circulating manager '<
    are
    | -
    s i i and at Marston ing.
    pallor 5Quina's
    I took the hint, even from a layman will make
    ,. from Florala, and will know better +: I have taught large classes in every large daily papers, and
    and made the same change my I I:1 A sable son of ham named Wm.I THE NEWS service of the papersat-
    next time. '
    and in of the
    In Georgia
    self. The first week I noticed a lit-1 Tatum was standing on the street -- -- ----I town many sfactory to all.
    I I -cIw' NOTKJKH.NEITHER female colleges of the South, so can
    tie difference but not much. The I
    ICROW.NINSHIELDASKS corner yesterday when a respected -V
    I -- --- -- - II offer you an experience of twenty. Do you want a magnificent watch
    third week the change was: almost evil
    his
    white passed, and captatn nere ( '
    i woman
    j TO BE RETIRED NOW the oa I five In the studio will be for little ? If so, call on
    I '' years. money
    magical. I have continued with the ti I mind caused him to express a dirty a consignees of the Nor bb '
    i I golf will be responsible for I found the choicest collection of Stephens, the Jeweler. He will aCcommodate -
    Postum and now my digestion is perfect Washington, :March: 3.-Rear Admiral insinuation about her to a bluejacket debts contracted by tbe crew
    of laid 'fe,.<>I. ITORuEU crayon work ever shown by a single you.
    the nervous headaches have entirely Crowinshield, commanding the
    him. The remark was
    standing near SH. TORGERSEV.
    .
    ". I artist and an invitation is extendedto
    disappeared and I am well.My European station, has applied for retirement (overheard by Officer Bolline and To Order Captain. FOR LUMBERCall
    \ amt: everyone to come and see it. My
    own analysis of the Postum in accordance with the
    provisions the circumstances '
    Puhtell who explained
    I LUMBERCO.
    j
    g Food Coffee-shows it to be a pure of the personnel law. He will NEITH EU the captain,ownertoor terms for instruction are moderate. on BEEKMAN
    when Ta-
    to the mayor today consignee of tbe ISritHh Olid A. MILLER estimates before placing
    .
    food drink of strong character whichis [Abe relieved in command of the sta.tion called for using obscene tt R plingfisra will be responsible for
    tum was up for debts contract for lumber. die-lm
    marked contrast to the old-fash by Rear-Admiral Charles S. Cot I II We will launder your orders
    a i language. Mayor Jones thought the ed by the crew of said vessel.CHRIS i. your spreads for

    ioned coffee" Name given by-Pos |ton.. at present commandant of the remark ill-timed and uncalled for; and To Order. JfjHXSTOX.Captain. 15 cents each and make them lock Hot Rolls, at 5 p. m" 100

    turn Co., Battle Creek Mich. Norfolk navy yard. ( assessed a fine of $10. limit like uw. Star> Laundry. doz., at Solomon's.4f"i .



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