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FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 5. 1903 l.
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ThE (/-.CHED: STEEL CRUISED Osceola club and meeting a number of'itiz'ns. REPORTS UPON THE TROUBLE ward the policemen came and asked --- -- 1iADr.1IRAL

prominent < lie returned .o for assistance, but before the marines ---- t'
ATLANTA ARRIVED THIS CROWNINSHIELD
the dock before dark: and was taken at THAT RECENTLY OCCURRED ON could be brought aft, the men in SAYS LEADERS ; ;

v; M\G AND THE HARTFORD I once aboard the Kearsar!:) It was his 1 THE BIG BATTLESHP. question, having lost their audience, I HE WANTS TO QUIT AT ONCE

E'PCCTED TOMORROW intention, it was! stated, to call upon I came on board quietly. I I AND IS ACCOMMODATED BY 7

Collector of Customs J. 1:. Stillnian, There was no further trouble. Sentries .

but that gentleman: was not in his office Washington, March 4.-In a detailed were Posted around the ship as i SECRETARY OF THE NAVY. OF

when the naval officer called. report of the trouble with the crew of a matter of precaution. I :
: arrivals in the way o! t)
the battleship :Maine: while "We have now eighteen I r
Through some misunderstanding Mayor she was at men ab- .
.MS is the unarmored cruis-, (, Hundreds of naval men now at .
Jones was not in his office when thee Newport News'a.., Capt. Leutze of sent without leave, mostly coal pass- DISTINGUISHEQ PARTY
; i which arrived over the bar Pensacola will be interested in the
I'admiral called and it is possible'that that vessel says: ers. One of the eighteen is a boatswain's YORK POLITICIANS
.viook! this morning. Sh
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: Ian official visit will have to be repeat "While in the dry-dock with about mate, second class, who left following :
I
r> "t to I'ensacola fromew TOURING
,. ed. The two officers were attired in I G30; men on board, with but few petty the ship after we came out of thei Washington, March 4.-Two interesting THIS STATE.
I arriving off the bar last '
', the full dress of their respective ranks officers of any experience, we had dock and significant communicationswere
(. 'mmauder Turner would take
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wiih his beautiful vessel and I -one of the prettiest navy uniforms about the usual trouble experiencedwith "The proper disciplinary measures received yesterday at the Navy I The Times Union and

in the world. The was vessels in dock, especially when have been taken with the men con- Department from the European Sta
.. mayor sorry ( yesterday has the "
d the caution to lay off and I :
that he was not "at home" when the such dock is situated In a private cerned. tion. One was from Rear AdmiralA. I Among the ; !
5J for daylight. The weather was.I'tin I I distinguished I
big naval there. yard S, Crow nlnshield, commanding the '
man
was
the
\ !!: for the heavy fog ant d WILL BUILD FIVEMONSTER city yesterday were ex" If

H>1 came inside just before The Maine Sails "The principal cause of trouble was European Squadron, asking to be Wyck of New York and ,
the situation of the sinks which were BATTLESHIPS. '
placed on the retired list of the
The big battleship Maine, Captain roll, the former leader of
j out of sight of the ship about onequarter Navy under the provisions of the I
i Washington, March 3.-The confer. Hall.
: order Turner soon discernedje I Leutze commanding, expects to sail :
of a mile away, and behind vessels personnel law. The other from !
was
: (fag of Hear Admiral Higgin I from Newport News this evening and I ees of the two houses on the naval ap- Mayor Van Wyck and l
.. 'j in process of construction. As many Lieutenant Henry Ward, Naval Secretary
ring at the masthead of the! will come to IVnsacola direct. The I propriation bill reached an agreement stopped over in sway
I 'I sentries as could be spared were posted at 10 o'clock to Admiral Crow ninsnleld, re-
tonight. The :senate surrendered to St. Augustine for
and iraino
irje i hiS gunsialute. bhill has been undergoing some trouule ,
and a master at arms stationed at signing his commission in
the
navy
When he was near with the six hundred men aboard on the principal Item of disagreement they left last night. The
the sinks. The number of men allowed action taken ;
I Prompt was by the
eleven guns )belched forth a, ever since she has been put in cornI the amendment relating to Yorkers went out for a
I Search Drill. ashore at any time was limited 33 1 the Increase of the The secretary in the case of Rear Admiral : the
and the flagship replied with : Light navy. provistun city during the
i much as possible. It was, of course, Crowninshield and it decided to' 1
was
I Drill of the search lights !by the battleships j as agreed upon provides for three I sn by a reporter aft(>
easy for the men to leave the yard or relieve' him from active duty at once. 1
mta came to anchor in the. now up to the city was very I battleships of 16,000 tons displacement some very pleasant things :

1 will be a portion of then i, I pretty last: night and many people get liquor. and entirely eliminates the provision His application for retirement will undoubtedly appearance of the city. ;
I i I "The only disturbance was on Saturday be Hoar
granted.
from now on She is auf brat'cd the disagreeable outdoor for cruisers.: : Admiral.,,stopped over here last
'I. about 5:20:: p. m., after the dock I Chas. S. Cotton, commandant of the
::,(11'1)' tons displaceof -, and went to the _w wharves The matter of naval increase was I I remarked on the .

1Z knots and has an where I the best view of the Hashing I,(I had been partially flooded. On .ac. 'the chief matter in controversy The navy yard at Norfolk\ Va., was assigned I ing that had taken place );

count of the heavy wind the ship to the command of the European
;power of 4/X50' The and darting rays could be obtained. House conferees insisted on the pro- 'I I This is the first time '.
could not be taken out. At the time
:. 'l!,<. battleship! Illinois, I Ships engaging in this drill were the vision in the House bill for three large Squadron, and will relinquishhis Van Wyck has been here i'!'

1 Is known Alabama Massachusetts mentioned the police of this city battle .hips and cruiser present duty at once and sail for I I : .
r as the Kearsarge, one large I )"ears."e are down in } ;

S -'tna' iron whichiseora- I and Indiana. The two-first named w'ere'':'! brought three men, for whom rewards while the Senate conferees were Europe as soon as he can arrange his i little pleasure trip," he J

i[ had been offered, to the shill When equally insistent on the retention of i ij .official and private affairs.It ,
,Admiral, George W. I I anchored very near one another and' been extremely cold In 'f
: near the bow of the vessel these men j the Senate amendment providing for is known that Rear Admiral t
'een in tropical Las their powerful lights crossed and : ; lately and the
'I' I turned on the policemen and commenced { smaller warships. The effect of the' Crowninshield dissatisfied with : .f..f.i
and Pensacola is re-crossed one another, and were aided I agreement is that the House program was i to a warmer climate was i l

.. rt that the crewir.tlom by the lights from the other two vessels a fight. This is the usual playto me is accepted, except that two IS.oort the rearrangement of the armored I j|I By past experience we ;.,

the gallery of the shipmates. ton battleships are substituted for one i I squadrons following the Carrib'anmaneu'ers
in. the effect was beautiful. Certain this a very delightful ,
"The men on board commenced toyell cruiser. It is provided that the ships last winter, which deprived I''t
1 a new one by any manoeuvers would be carried out and I during the winter. From
\ and shout at the police.! I immediately authorized may be built by contract or him of the further use of the Illinois g s
:i in commission then everything would stop. Then ]! at the navy yards, and shall be built tine we will very likely .1

:- \\ years ago was could be distinguished the night light I went to quarters, but the at the navy yards if it is found that a as a flagship. The circumstances Neach." I .
noise had been considerably quieted combination of ship builders exists. under which he came to be
.
"'Us practically a signals from the flagship; hich conj !! I j t Exlayor"an Wyck .
i by the executive officer and the marine The provision fur an increase int prived of this ship one of the latest '
1 ;, arrival was tele- \ejcd secret messages to the other roll had nothing to say :
I
j I. the personnel of the navy remains as
I.I
I guard, which had been sent for
and most formidable of this or
..I .stit-s this morn"l ships and very soon the entire bosom the bill passed the House. I any to the political situation in ,

\,' a big crowd I! of the bay was being swept from side I: ward to disperse the men. The trouble The Senate:: appropriation of ?C"0iOi( 'other navy, were entirely impersonal.The at the present timo. Mr.

i! was over in a few minutes. I for the Charleston, S. C., navy yard general board of which Admiral '!!
\ iota: soon to see ; to side by the big lights. It is stated the time of his trip to fI ,
"\\ hile the marine guard was for- was retained in the bill.\ :Dewey is head had decided the
d.,r that city."v''ord that these drills will be carried out I upon I.I year, had just been 'if
.= 'creation of a magnificent squadron of
every night, and persons who want to I I' leadership of the \

Coming. see something real pretty should makeit I! I'ironclads of the first type to constitute but resigned! on his '

Hartford, ('omI convenient to watch fur the lights IS DEMORALIZING the "home squadron" guardingthe York, on account of the :
I' ..b'r1hm!\ 11. Atlantic and Gulf coasts. It was
duties.
tonight.mission. ness ,

IVnsaeola this I but the captain) says that necessary in the judgmnt of the Mr. Carroll, who is a QUINA'S.'I; i'
t'''''-t. This vessel board, to include the Illinois.! So carrying ;
the reports bent out Iroui Newport regarding did physique has for a long 'I
".ra Europe. .\tI out its general policy and '
the trouble! have been greatly TO THE POLICE FORCE prominent in Tammany :

Ames CammanderI exagerated. It is expected that the .without regard to personal feelings, was first vice-president of ; S

I honors when Ab-
,the Navy Department assigned "
Maine will ride at anchor \\itLiu the committee Tammany J .
London! waters. His the command
next week, providing! she comes di- I miral Crowninshield to [I came Tammany I leader in ;:

liny was made a reel to this port and does not go into I I of the Chicago, and kept the Tw tleth Assembly ; ::
> Associated PressI'ounvnce I
( West India waters as had been intended. REWARDS PAID FOR SAILORS ON ashore until 3 p. m. daily this putting Illinois on the North Atlantic Squad I Ex-Mayor Van Yj"cK; r
which
< 1
: their time limit at 10 a. m. the next ron. Admiral Crowninshield did not the first of Greater i
mayor
OVERTIME STAYS INDUCES POLICE
< weded that ac- i''
to back to the Mediteraneanand
I care
1 Imposing Ceremonies day. This plan, it is expected, will go as a democrat, defeating :
\miricaa naval of- :
to the of Northern Europe, I
ports
TO ADOPT METHODS THAT enable all seamen who have been and B F. Tracy. His j \l-
The ceremonies attending the transfer
picked up to be placed on their vessels where his flag had floated over the f
January 1, 1902. He is a
of the commandor-in-chit-t's Hag MUST BE STOPPED., SAYS THE I j ,
T T"xis inside battleship, in an inferior craft, so he
: Moves Up. the time limit without havingto 'and president of the .:
from the Kearsarge to the Maine will
.
POLICE BOARD.A
Texas weighed an- face the mayor in the police court, protested. That protest was made during 'j
bo imposing. The transfer will occur
', which is held at 8:30 the maneuvers, and it was given
*: and moved up to a : a. m. TRIBUTE OF LORENZ
in this harbor and is expected to be
i ,. be- A great many temporary deserters 1 due consideration, but the original 1
city midway I.i.
witnessed hundreds of TO : !
by people. of
committee
special composed
,1 and Kearsarge. The I I from vessels have been picked up anda plan held.It ----- ;

; are now the only DISTINGUISHED Messrs. E. II. Putnam, Chas. \/. John good sum has been paid over for was said at the Navy Departmentlater Is Humorous But a I'.,

yard and they are VISITOR HERE son and Samuel Z. Gonzalez, from the I their apprehension. At yesterday's in the day that Secretary Vienna, March 4.- 1,1 !i

'avo! an assigned poor Board of Public Safety was named at j meeting it was decided to divide this Moody had cabled an acceptance of renz, relating his (' ::1\,

this afternoon or Mr. E. Seymour Hell, the British yesterday's meeting of that body to sum equally in the police ranks, and Admiral Crowninshifld's request to ica before a distinguished j fr

commercial attache to the United I I call upon Admiral Higginson on the all money paid for the arrest of deserters retire, and also expressive of the Joss of society people and f i.4!

'>' i From Alabama. States, is in the city, registered at the., Kearsarge this morning and present'to '' after the adoption of the above the navy would sustain. It is expected -1' ferred jestingly to the ; t l

Merchants hotel. Mr. Bell is on a him several important matters look rule was to be returned to the ship that the Admiral will haul I had "been banqueted to (' i ff

x'Kets and marines tour of inspection for his government [ ing to the bettering of the police force from which the man deserted. down his flag about March 30. He.'' the tyranny of the fJ

.a came ashore at of regarding the arrest and general The committee also recommendedto will not return to the United States !the professor said, was ,
j I the facilities of the port. He is
"rnoon for leave of i{ much pleased with what he has already treatment of seamen in the city. the admiral that a corporal be sent I on a naval vessel, and will probably ; pre-eminent in intellect, (. r.!

1 .' of the boatmen ,I seen and will endeavor to advance This step was decided upon in executive ashore in the mornings and a special spend some time in Europe before art, but she cannot cook, {;;

be a great many session yesterday and will tend I officer would be placed at his disposal I coming home. Admiral Cotton was ing to President 1 Ii
the commercial relations
large -
very
re to "take in" the I that now exist between ,:'ensa- to supress a growing evil in the police to arrest and jail all deserting seamen. instructed to go to the squadron at marry." ;\:

The fine band from cola :and Great Britain department, which, a member of the I This arrangement is epected to workto 1 the earliest moment and he replied Continuing the professor \

i came ashore at 1 board said this morning, was demoralizing -I the best of all parties concernedand today that he could close up his bus- "The PresiJent's fears,

I Colonel Nassau W. Stephens, rector to the police force. may create a reform which is cer- iness at the Norfolk navy yard and probably exagerated, as r I

Tie' Scorpion. of St. Luke's church at Marianna Hereafter policemen will not be allowed lainly needed. be ready to start in about two weeks. I I man is by no means the 'I,

:, ran up to tue Kear- I is in the city Col. Stephens served in to accept rewards of $10 offered Sailors on the vessels maintain that Admiral Crowninshield's retirement, seeker he has so often been ,;

the British Royal Marines for twenty- ]I for their return to the ships of sailors their steps are nagged every time they In the ordinary coure, will promote He is above all ? t

.-vx. >n and left shortly :. two years, retiring with the rank of' who have over-stayed their shore come ashore and some of tkem are Captains Cook and Harrington to be sentimental, charitable, U
a J :She has been made Lieut. Colonel. For twenty years he
.' for the fleet and is : has been a resident of the United leave. It has been the rule that whena said to have refused shore leave, say rear admirals. Captain Cook, however chivalrous to women and 1

-. States and in charge of some parish, man was returned to any of the vessels ing that they could not afford to be is in a deplorable state of able In hospitality." .

for the past three years with St. Lukesin I by a policeman, the officer should hauled up and made to give up $10 health and is now at Nauheim, Germany summed up his Impressions ; j

-0 Men Ashore. Marianna. His parishoners will regret receive $10 for the job. This alluring of their earnings every time. The where it is hoped that the waters that America was "a '

that each of the six to hear that Col. Stephens will to a member of the member of the board who gave out the will benefit him.-If they do not, country inhabited by a
sever his connection with them, as he reward, according above partially substantiated what the -
i >t it is feared that be cannot the'
coaling will release has just been appointed British Vice board, has had the effect of demoralizing men said regarding the "dogging" of pass
U what makes
.,Ut, making a total of Consul at Mobile and will assume his the force; has induced many of their footsteps.E. physical examination necessary to Quality i iBurnett's

: uure at one time. duties at an early date. the policemen to frequent the streets promotion. The law does not allowof Vanilla Extract was

Admiral I much in these examinations than other extracts Us E
on Hand.rallligginson after hours and look for all seamen delay ,
0. Sibley is the first Mobile man to W. PEAK be the same. Once
and Flag so it is probable that, following a .
come over to Pensacola and see the I wanted badly by the ships. used.

Evans came: over to they big ships in the finest of southern har- I The board, through its committee, Electrical contractor and builder, precedent established some time ago,

afternoon and paid an I bors. Friends at the Merchants wherehe represented to Admiral Higginson will do ycnr electrical work in first- he will be promoted on his record, CREX GRASS
I class style and at reasonable rates.
is stopping guyed him this morning -
on the to the results of a physical THE LIBRARY PARLOR
mayor and other intended, and recommendedthat subject j
Palafox
". j but he "grinned and bore it" good- what was He can he found at 30 South
I ( :r enjoying a visit to the ,naturedly. men trom the fleet be not allowed street. Phone 203. examination to be held later on. ROOM. AT MARSTON &
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"-, NEWS PEN8ACOLA. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. MARCH B 10O3.
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THE .MEN AND WOMEN Ii -, PAMAMACANAL


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Who Enjoy.the Choicest Products \
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: of the World's Commerce.
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Universallu u --

OPTION EXTENDED BY THE
THE
c Iiaonledge of What l. Deal More Important -

i Than Wealth Without FRENCH COMPANY-CONTRACT for infants and Children.The .
It. Accepted

SIGNED AND DELIVERED. Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature i

It must lie apparent to every one that t as L. of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under Itii|

qualities of the highest order are neces- personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no nno

Gary to enable the best of the products oC ,; The ; Washington March 4.-The cor- to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and"Justasgood"
modern commerce to attain permanentlyto
universal acceptance. However loudly 'iif M respondence which has passed be- are but Experiments, and endanger tho

fceralded, they may not hope(or or'.d-wide Best tween Attorney General Knox and health of Children-Experience against Experiment.
preeminence unless they mitt with the : f.
Canal
President Bo, of the Panama
general approval, not of Individuals only, The Kind You Have
A ., Company, regarding the acceptance of "Always Bought
put of the many who have the happy i) Family .: ,.:-- .-, -
., vUd cu1t:y of selecting: enjoying and learning ". ./.:'...' "1/' the offer of that company to sell its Bears the Signature of
the real worth of the choicest prod- ;,' ,' '
and rights of the
; z 'if property companyon
ucts. Their: commendation consequently ".,'
> Laxative ; !& <
I becomes Important to others since to A i. ::" % the Ithmus of Panama and in Paris

i i meet the requirements of the well informed t, .,'h',' 'oO'l, \\ ( was made public yesterday. The correspondence
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of all countries the method of "i"' ..-.,;,'' ..' = included the cablegramsent
I manufacture must be of the most perfect ( i
: order and the combination the most { .t.l by Mr. Knox to President Bo, on .

excellent of Us kind. The above Is true 4 1f;;;. -,.. ..,,, Feb. 16, accepting the offer of the ,

not of applicable food products to medicinal only but agents Is especially and- :: :' company which has heretofore been In Use For Over 30 Years.

After nearly a quarter of a century of SYRUP OF FIGS.i.i published; a message from M. Bo, THt UN,...." C".,'N". TT .u......TI>ttT. Mm 10*. CrfWI
and general use the excellent
growth ....'... I. -_ ") dated Feb.. 19, stated that the com
remedy. Syrup of Figs Is everywhere I@ '
. accepted, throughout the world, as the ht. ( I pany would expedite Its much as pos-
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best of family: laxatives. Its quality Is ., :;:\\1 s''' L\I" sible the formalities necessary to the B.
due not only to the excellence oJ the WRIGHT COmPANY!
a Icnoclusion I of the transaction and the
combination of the laxative and carminative Recommended bu iW:uJ ,
piinc.ples of plants known to act I following letter from Mr. Cromwell,

most beneficially on the system anJ presented Y. \v>\B-.......... 1f.1.0' I the counsel of the company: II 1i.; MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
j In the form of a pleasant and: refreshing A-: > (\, \ i
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liquid, but also to the metho.l ; "March ;
cf manufacture cf the California Fig !:; Manu MIllIonsf'\. "Hon. P. C. Knox, AttorneyGeneral T; # LUMBER, LATHS,

t yrup and Co.purity, which essent.al ensures In that a remedy uniformity intended -. : : : : ( ;: : Sir-Pursuant to authority up- $6k SAVED CYPRESS SfllNQLES-flil-tete
of 1 : of I :
for family use. Ask any physician :. .,.,J on me conferred by the president I I I JtJ *
who is well informed and ho will the new Panama Canal Company, I ,

Jaxathe.answer: at If once at all that eminent it! is an in excellent his profession U The Well-informed :;"::I;"::;" .- I beg leave to state that acceptance I. STr"PJ5NHACOrA.. FLA

and bas mad a special study of ; i [ made by the president of the United

laxatives and their effects upon the system Y l) l States, through your cablegram of cOAL AND '
he will tell you that it is the best ; WOOD.WE
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17th ultimo of the offer of the
the ,
cf family laxatives, because It is simple Throughout the t WorldKMUrt .
and wholesome and cleanses awl J. \ company as contained in its cablegrams -
: EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L RGER TRAD
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sweetens the system effectually, when It ', ,;;!<'.r.----. of Jan. 9 and 11, 19': '):, addressed
a laxative is needed, without any un- Manufactured by ; '::;1 .:i. '
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pleasant after-effects. Every well-In ; to the president of the Isthmian THIS WINTER THAN EVEK REF: RE

formed druggist of reputable standing Canal Commission, is hereby accept-
knows that Syrup of : excellent S END US YOUR ORDERS NCW
Fags s an with said
in confomity
as being
j
laxative and is glad to sell it, at b bSan jed
the regular price of fifty cents per bot- offer. I am, sir, yours, Thompson Olsen E C
tle, because it gives general satkfac- EiIFNIG5YRUP f Very respectfully "
Won but one should remember that InI .
l'I t[ order to get the beneficial effects! of "WII.LI.UICLSOX Counsel Panama CROMWELL."General Canal Com Manresa Street, Telephone 147.
syrup of Figs it is necessary to buy the -- ...= .
genuine, which Is sold in original pack- pany"
]( ages only; the name of the remedy- Francisco, Cal. Later in the day Mr. Cromwell ESTABLISHED 1882.McKENZliToERTING.
. Syrup of Figs and also] the full name of Louisville. Ky. New York. N. Y.
the Company-California Fig Syrup Co. made the following statement;

1; printed on the front of every package. FOB SALE STALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. PRICE FIFTY CEXTS PER BOTTLE. "It! gives me satisfaction to confirmthe & CO., ,

fact that after the fullest ex-
j -I I o -DBALZR8: IH- I a
-.-- -- change of views, I have reached a

t DENIAL FROM BRYAN. 'roulnl the Bar.Tennyson's Giving Him n Chance. complete understanding;: with the at Ship Chandlery and General Bardware
famous poem, "Crossingthe Master: I'ickles think that if I went torney-general upon the points involved -

t Bar" was written says the present out of the room Mr. Spooner would kiss in the contract for the purchase 80S AND 605 S. P.\.LtU'OX STHEKT.

i He Will Not Lead a Bolt From the Lord Tennyson, in the ixiet's eighty- you. Ada. by the United States of thePanama .AGENOY

j i Democratic first year, "on a day In October whenwe Miss Pickles (tl'rnly-Lpt'e: the canal and properties. I have REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROEBLINO'B HOK.H rot

1 Party. camp from AUhvorth to Farring- room this instant you impertinent boy! therefore today, under the full pow GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUBBEL A SON'S FUMPH.turn ,
Pitts burg, March 4.-William J, ford. P.efore reaching Farriiigfurd he
I IJryan, in an interview yesterday had had the 'moaning of the bar in his It is a lot of fun being In love if a ers and discretion with which the tarfiti ?isi! Sits, Iitlicil InjtmasnU! flirts, ticlirs, lhn!
vested me, reached a satisfactory -
] evening, denied that he will lead a mind and after dinner he showed me man doesn't care if he saves any money company COMPASSKS.!' LOUR, F.TO.

t; revolt from the democratic party in the poem written out." "That Is the : or holds his job.-\tchisOD Globe. I understanding with the government C. McKenzie Oertin? Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asaonation.
crown of your life's work," said his upon all points and have .
case the gold democrats capture the .
son who was the lira Juan after the I !'arpr!,lncT, hot Nut Sudden.Ulubbs I signed and delivered the documents i
4 national convention, as was reported poet to read "Cro>sing the Bar," and I : -IMd !she seem surprised, w hen which make the contract complete
3 from New York today. It was said it I THE GARDEN SECTIONo
criticism
1 who pasu'tl the first upon ,rout proposed? and binding UJM/U the government and 'I
he will bolt the convention and load in such fitting awl ceneroulanguage.. :' Slobbs Yes. indeed. She said she I the Canal Company. This action absolutely \ -

' an independent movement )1 r. Hr '- "It cnni in moment," said the poet never thought:: i had; the nerve nn.l\\ assures to the United 1 OF-o

an said that he ha.l not made any and lie explained the pilot as the I li- had nl.ut given up hope.Philadelphia :
vine amt Unseen who is always ptiidinn Record.A States the acquisition and completion IPensacola Florida
I such statement and said that the contemplated '
died of the Panama canal, as well as _
imiirobablcT'and: u... A day or two before he I
t ] action was the IN*'!, calling: his son to his lii(Mdi, BAD COMPLEXION. the control of the railroad. The rest Near East: Hill Electric Railway Terminus
lie did not discuss
improbabilities.
said liu.l you put '(.'n>sMn the Bar' Pimples, blackheads, and muddy I is only a matter of detail and of
,,1{ "Never will you find the gold democrats of all editions of ( cms." i
at the end my l complexion, which are so common time. Beautiful Lots for Sale.
j{ capturing any democratic conventions I
,
I'among boys and girls at a certain I "The only delay now in the takingof I
.
of national importance. The How Aircl on Mercury.Ylien I
l very idea is absurd. \ the air around us becomes condensed : age,, indicate a torpid hirer..1 course I actual possession by the United I''' lOslST-/ feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord'

-shrinks into a smaller volume of HCPATICURA cleanse tho States arises from the necessary ing to location and surroundings.

-It becomes heavier puts Creator pressure system, regulate: the bowels and liver formalities of the ratification of the
. Him.
Mis lice; Itlrnllilfil on the surface of the mercury and and produce a clear, healthy complex ponding;: treaty by the United States Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful few
Rank: clerks naturally ami np require satisfactory Mfiitilicntmu ofperM'iis makes it ascend in the tube; then the and Colombia but in the meantimethe High, Dry Fertile Lands.
is said to rbe.'hl'n the air I It'xl'uIIIswl'lIs
II who ask tll l.n-e checks ('a:
Tlie !-,III I' rule! I is followed in the |>,>*totthe it becomes: lighter into the a larger pressure volume-on the I NEW SCHEDULE.OF continue the construction upon the The grandest opportunity for investment eve:

by clerks \\ ho ea"h money order isthmus in accordance with the plansof
I
dlcntitiertion mercury is less the mercury Milks In cffered in Pensacola.
nf the
lint what the luiturc '
Commission,
the tube 111111 the barometer is soil to the Isthmian Canal I Ii

(r wl: t.h shall rest be to and some by whom extent are in the nutters dUcretioii fall. Therefore every change of height STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, !i and keep the working forces in Rome Seekers Should See These Lots.

, of the < l lrk.. The I'liistini Herald t>f the quli-khilver which we observe is J. N. RoctEKS, Manager .I s-teady'operation: up to the time that

, t.iIN a story in which *i dog bore a sign: and measure of a change in the Lave Freeport Monday and the United States takes actual \T..Clubbs
of air around us.
: M-itne-ss to his master's identity.A volume TlIU' day mornings. I charge. .

I, Itostoii business man callnl at the Arrive at Pensacola Monday and "Action in the United States is
Should Earth Ilecniue Flat. nisht. I I II Corner Garden and Bru Streets
to nu order Thursday !: '
>stil 1''I'r! departnient get the
jx "if thc earth assured by the convening of senate -
that
I"h''II.IlIt the cleik in attendance A scientist says Leave Penacoli 'J 'le.-dav. and I 'I
( : was flattened Ute sea would be two, :Frid ly night. in extra session.
load only recently been appointed. He T.O. BRKNT, Wit II KMOWLfcH, W. K, HVi';&. JR., J/o!, KEEHK
miles deep all over the worM.nll I Arrive at Freeport Wednesday ":\Ir advices satisfy me that while i
hm be identi- i Vico-I'reslddut. riihler, An't Ctibii
. aid the calli-r would ; to rresldenl.
the following aid Saturday morning
an Oklahoma editor gives: out 'the treaty has disappointed Colom i
,11111.11'0' made.
before I ,
fled pajliient
u ------------ I
l "Why. I blha.l hundreds of orderscashed : "If any man is caught flattening -It I- bia's expectations in several respects, I
I out the earth, shoot him on the
: I.ere" be replied, with a show Cured of RheumatismFor ''it will be ratified in its present form E1irst National Ban1or
, spot, and 11nn'tII' too blamed particular -
"Nii't there some roebete which elections
c of Impatieni-o. what spot. There's whole blamedlot I by the new congress for -
who knows meV"I'm "
of la Oklahoma that can't swim." are now taking place.
: the oi.Iy III..' on duty just now. us the ben f fit of suffering humanity
! The others arc out to luncheon" Raid Kansas City Journal.Scheme.. I desire to :;tate that I suffered I PENSACOLA. FLA.T3in.3aoTon.cn .
t'' -vf-rely with Mu-cular and Sciatic II Dangers of Pneumonia.
the \'I'rk. ('It''rr Rheumatism; for five years. During 'I is
time if neglected *
A cold at this :
the on
"Will take Inscription my
yon CiitiipT-Iut that umbrella! looks! so that time I tried variou remedies as i
dog's collar suilicient identification V very clap) and common that the price I well as the prescriptions; of several liable to cause pneumonia which is \tfM. li, KKOVYLKB.: W. A. BLOUNT F. C. BRENT. N. n:. HYF ,
I
was i"k"l. you ask is ridiculous. physicians, which afforded me very so often fatal, and even when the D. G. BRENT,

"Yes; that will be acceptable.' ),':. Thlt's the beauty of that little, if any relief. -The putt in my patient has recovered the lungs are I

J The man wlii-tled for his terrier and, untbr:lla. It's made of the very best back hips; and legs was agonizingand I weakened making;: them peculiarly
taking him in his arm*. "l>oosted"I him almost unbearablp. I could! I rmi ni lui Mm Mi t $ IJX5"Ve r
made look if itvasn't :
up to the window. The clerk rend the material: but to as I hardly walk and thought I would be i susceptible to the development of n
:
i name and address on the collar and worth I1tl'tlnl'hilHldl'hiaPrl'Fs. I obliged to lib Ihdul all bu-ine-s. A consumption. Foley's Honey and Tar h
friend of miii advised me to try heal and
the order. I will stop the cough,
paid UKILSOL, which I did reluctantly", I. strengthen the lungs and prevent dray ocr o-.f a Billj of Kxchaajro: on Great Britain, irjerraany ,
'
Hceclier anti vinrKeon.P.eeiln
UKiiiiit Int. r ha 1 said that Spurgeon owed and tle cured greatly me to my soundunl surprise! one well.bot-I I pneumonia. W. A. D'AIemberte, 121S. I France. Austria, Italy, Holland, Hpain! Belgium! ft ns6i' >

.'Irst'torI was born in this part his popularity no more, to his Calvinismthan cheerfully recommend it to all who I Palafox streetNOTICE. I I .ray, Sweden, Denmark and_: other__European._ _countries.

cf the country, and I'm greatly attached a camel lived its, (excellence its fuller a* I did. It i h also: a very fine I C S'1.' O r'1 ;1!. _
t1WVoasea Disbursed npcn lh-. Moat Farorsble Terns, 81':1' I
to it.Peeeiul. \'tor-It has many ties form "that hump.the"1 hump replied;was a said store Sj-'irgeon of fat on, digestion tonic. It and increases fin-illy the,builds appetite up aid the i 1-ant tt. T'l l;, 'd You ilafe A\aJ5: ftI 'roe Joligatloas Taken Payable at Port cf figuration Ten or Fifteer ui JiTter
Vessel Arrives there.
too.I'u'k.The gentral health. You can use this a-s I! a'"" /
which the camel !1md on a lint? journey I .' 4A/.H/ght;
think bet.
--- -- and that its value depended ou its you w.Very B. DELEACH.truly. I ySafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection

Stomach is the Man. liuuip." 311 Atibnrn Ave. Atlanta, Oa.: II I with which we hare a Priva l vartment for the UH

stomach weakenes the man, .
A weak
\\'Uth lce.A "v. 6tb. 1902.D'uggisUsell of! RAntar8.j .
because it cannot transform the food it !at $1 00 per battles I have been authorized to takt -
he eats into nourishment. Health witty ublin barrister was consulted Send ;stamp for book of particular ;: subscriptions! for Wm. JpnninsBryan's i DR. KING'S
by a y'uys-iciau as to calling outa to the URIC OL Chemical Co., Lo I "The Commoner.The I PSOFES3IOSAL CARDS.wTcTROWETM. .
and strength cannot be retsored to man who had insulted him. "Take Angeles, Cal.. or Atlanta. Oa. paper, -
ad -
price is M-00 per. year in TRY NEW DISCOVERY
any sick man or woman without my advice." said the lawyer, "and instead I vance. Those deirinir the D.
-- paper .
Jf first restoring health and strength to of calling him out /get him to call can have it sent to them by seeding FOR THAT COLD. I I

,. the stomach. A weak stomach can ;you In and get your revenge that way. j It()=GOLA=Q I 11.00to the undersigned. II I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Office: 17* S. I'almfoy.
It will resl'l'ure.and certain." H. I. RoCHE, I I III
not digest enough food to feed the he I Uoan from f to 9ffl s. m. aDd 1 tote

tissues and revive the tired and run NASAL CATARRH quickly :yields II I Grist and Corn |Meal Mills Gate Daily News. 1 1 Cures ConsumptionCoughs, .,: sad after o'clock

to treatment by Ely's Cream n tam, Colds Bronchitis Asthma I
,
,
of the
down limbs and body.
organs which is agreeably aromatic. It is i H. F. GOUZAItEZ & CO., Prop i, E. W. PEAKE PhoD.o oa.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses, purifies received through the nostril PneumoniaHayFevcrPleu- -

sweetens and strengthens the cleanseand heal the whole surface I Mtnar cicrertCHOICKMKAbAM N o. :30 South Palufox sheet keeps! risy LaGrippe Hoarseness
.
: ,
: ,
) I'CHKOHOI and Mil kind' flf JOHN S. BEARD,
: hells wires
call ,
r.: and membranes of the stomach over which it dtfij! esitf. A remedy !
glands for lineal catarrh which is dry- STOCK: FEEl I electrical surplipf. Have him doyour I Sore Throat, Croup and I Ii
i and cures indigestion, dyspepsia 1111!! m.I : i ATTORNEYATLAV.3U9 .
111 ,li wlllk. [ phon
: or exciting: to the *":L*fJ membrane P troalie Home Industry, for tbt-re Ii Whoopi Cough.
i and all stomach troubles. Har- should not b., u*flJ. Cre.im every -ft4on you thojia bay,our Meal ant I i I Omcl' Thiesen Kuilrti '
gis Pharmacy, John Sheppard Sidney R-tlm is fecojrnized as a specific. stock Feed from the Home MAaatactarpr I NO CURE. NO PAY. .
Price 50 cents at drnziete or by mail tor by 10 doing yea I'UeOHIUl". : home Indo PARKER'SHAIR I Prico 50c. and S 1. TaUl BOTTLES FREE Office Hoars-8:30 a. m. to i ,,
BALSAM
Y Ul ftln the ooramcclitad
Kahn. tr oar money
r: A cold in the head initnetiiiK'iy diaj -- TOO la tarn Are Indirect benefited! Imr., .4 t...- fxt the hInz'iriaTt .. ._-. I 2:30p.m. to6:30p.m.
>',< H'* when cream hunt i* 'u*..d. tc festering the borne manafsctarer yet Never Proow & to Hestore ptvth.Paili Gray I will repair your watches and Practice la all state and federal "*
Ely Rt-other, 53 Warren it'ee, X"w ntrtbntetotiecacs of labor. Yoa ow Hair to it! Tocthfal Color. jewelry in first-class style. J, ] All business ( ntronU'cl to me whl rr .If-
Hot Bolls, at 5 i> m.. lOo \0'k it to theoommanltT wn'.ch yoa lire : rThloh a't- CN,.+ P d woe a boa tw.aj. I prompt and diligent attentloa..r ,
oontrlbaiet to roar iQpport. and|l( Stephens.
a doz., at Solomon's.







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THE DAILY, NEWBi PEN3ACOLA FLORIDA, THURSDAY. MAR H 5. 1003.FOLEY'S .
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MRS. MAYRICK. E IARKABLE CURES

King Ebward Will Pardon the Fa-

_mous Prisoner May 1.Richmond. .

Va.. May 4.-Mrs. Florence .... --

C. ?Maybrick now serving life ra Mil( Ms e Dfily!! Free ol

KIDNEY CURE sentence in Ailswonh Prison in London

is soon to be set free and will be- Charge 117 1 lis Eel Cra:! P.ysiLocaM -.
"
rich "aiainT: The "hasT'ac-
come king '
I cording to authentic information reIceived ci1 ln Who ac! (d at 111 fustClae t


here last right proms! dw sireet-SmicH fir) Three

.
pardon her May 1. 1904. This will ,

Will positively cure any case of Kidneyor enable her to return to America. and Months are Given? Free to All In.vall ,

appear In a case here pending in

Bladder disease not beyond the reachof which Mrs.of vast Maybrick property sues for southwest the recovery iis Ilw Call Up .lei BeHaicb ;

ffC ( 21.
Virginia worth millions of dollars. I: :

medicine. Her attorney Judge Yarrel is here I ,
No medicine do
can more.FOLEY'S A staff of eminent physicians and sure t
tonight to have the suits kept alive II eons from the Hud Cross Medical loslltutai .
until Mrs. Maybrick is pardoned and v at the urgent Bollcllatlon of a largelumber
I of patients under tbelrcarelo this
can testify. .Mmntrv established a permanent branch
PainsA. :)f tbe: Institute in ibis city at
Passed With
KIDNEY CURE Stone and Gravel Excruciating I -:

H.Thwncs, Mgr. Wills Creek Coal Co., Buffalo, 0.,writes: BIG SLUGGERS WILL MEET. III \Vest Chase Street.

"I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years, pass. The eminent gentlemen bare decided tojlvii s
Other Jim Jeffries and Jim Corbett Finally I their services entirely tree for three .
stones witt medicines
the ing gravel or ) excruciating pains. only
strengthens urinary
organs I months (medicine excepted) to all InvalldjKbu
gave relief. After taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE the result was Agree on a Fight. culi upou theta for treatment .

builds the kidneys and surprising. A few doses started the brick dust, like fine stones, etc.,
invigorates
up James J. Jeffries and James J. Cor Betwecn Now and March! 2 21.! 1'
and now I have no pair across my kidneys and I feel like a new man.

the whole system. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE has done me $lOOO worth of good." bett met in New York Monday and Tllt".P service Cflnslil! hot only of con-- .
agreed to fight twenty rounds next iullation.eiHini nation andadvicebutaiy

No Other Remedy Can Compare With It July, before the club that will give jf: The minor: ohjt''tQ urKleal l operations.|iur-ulng tbls courses

IT IS GUARANTEED Thos. W. Carter, of Ashboro, N. C., had Kidney Trouble and then $23,000; or the largest purse that |ii"to intt-d become wnb the rapidly sick nuUainctftl.and and personally! uo nc-*

one bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE effected a perfect cure, and may be offered above that sum the Jer no conditions will any ('harg"bal"v"r j. '
TWO SIZES 50c and $1.00 be made for any cervices -nderM for threwmotitbs I
he says there is no remedy that will compare with it. winner to take 75 per cent and the to all who call before Mirch ilsi. .

j \ loser 23.;; It also riiedoetcrs tnRt all forms of disease and I
was agreed that the ,deformities, and
guarantee: a cure 111"E'ry '
..", ', .'._'r. :.. ;t:" SOLD m RECOMMENDED BY principals should meet in Baltimoreand I'etbev umlerlake. At the first inter j.
f'e" a thorough examination Is made. and.
sign articles Thursday next. 11 incurable you are frankly and kiudly tOld
eo; also advineU against spending money for
\V. D'AI.KMBFUTE, 121 H.l'alaf.x Bt. useless treatment.
Male\ and female weakne. catarrh and

_._ _._.h Benefits of Traveling.Proper catarrhal deafness; also \arlvocele. rupIure.goltre.cancerandall ..
: disease of the
Con.fortI II It. A Alarm. recreation prolongs life. This rectnni.are positively cured by tbelr new ..
\ Jllrr.cr; o' Vtilt. I Night treatment.Tbelr .
\ 'I i w.ut a trooit r law tuner tt) who had recently been fact is better
A clergyman now appreciated by busypeople
chief
Till' n' ' Worse than alarm of fire at
: r, l'enoJc.la, still you hold MKlum'dfaiiirili. I installed as the new pastor of an Episcopal -1 I an than ever before. Of all the will be. in personal ('bsrge.OlJle..s .
; l hi I Ill'.EII l I-; M.;
it in. I have ? : night is the brassy cough of No. 111VesI t ba>e office Hour
end
'.Ilk :> "'ir' order. %v1.'e tli- ..1':111 l Is st'll to Lt> church boasted of his broad : croup forms of recreation the best perhaps 9 a. m, 101p.m. SuudaysiOa.m.tolp.m,

..di: Y' ars' experience and have M-cn ui>.m vl'U-li! lI.uitU-1 i< l'Ial.1 tolmve mlndcdcess and orthodoxy. Ills ambition -' which sounds like the children's Is traveling. The benefits to be derived -

W' rk"j 111 several piino: factories. (IUKIKII bis; ")!.'....:ah." In tlu% ttnivi1- was to become a popular clergy knell and it means death unless from It cannot be exaggerated.A .

)rJ.-rs left at Johnson's book store ':trt I-. ti<> l.-t; n-siluc iil.iiv of lI.rt1Ij.lII't. man. With this end In view he embraced something Is done quickly. Foley'sHoney journey, whether brief or long Is MEAT & MALT bas a marvelous

viii IK :attended to.CIIAS.. HIM! tlie vault at SL Miriian's: every opportunity to announce and Tar never fails to give sure to relieve the mind of business or dietetic value. While refreshing and ,
the fact that his advice and good offices domestic cares by directing it Into .
W. PBESSLEY. l.roviiUs u nioro crvwAiiut' thrill Umn instant relief and quickly cures the pleasant to take, it helps assimilation ;
were at the service of any one, pleasanter channels. Thousands can
-- -- -- Tinsixtoii lifts an iron of food. Sold
the by
U\IIrjUI'
worst forms of croup. Mrs.P. L. Cor-
therefore no matter of what creed, testify that traveling has Improved
ri.x and dcswnJs a few rude steps. DANNHEI88ER BROS. .
SEND YOUR ORDERS r color or religion. dier, of Mannington Ky., writes: their health, lengthened their lives, ; (
carrying/ :llijht I without which the :
---
One day he was urgently requestedto "My three year old girl had a severe brightened their mental faculties more '\ i
Dolive for or 1.1:11'1' would be pitch' dark. You follow )1,
Pe'trl & carpenter
;( attend a house of sickness. On Inquiry case of croup; the doctor said she than anyththgelae-Bo ton Globa. if ,
-lectrical work. Repair work a aiul find yourself In a narrow passage wwwi r
ilty. which 'H.likl' iwsses belongingto he discovered that the sick person could not live. I got a bottle of Fo t .ITlJ

sjwci _ _ from different families! branch off. Whether was a Presbyterian. Regardless of ley's Honey and Tar; the first dose CARPENTRY AND p-S it
Cleaning ladies skirts and waist this however he wended his way, entered gave quick relief and saved her life."
I-one of orr specialties. stat Laan- it Is owing to the extreme: drj'nesd the house as a good Samaritan Refuse substitutes. W. A. D'Alem- ELECTRICAL WORK
of the surroundings or to some mysterious relief 121 S. Palafox street ;, ,
and administered what spiritual berte NICK'SZT&ilT '
_
--- property of the place the pro \'SH of
dry.Try he could to the patient On leavingthe
.ji'
Gunther's Candies at dwny has l"i-n nrn,;ti-d. and the features -, house he encountered the wife of NOTICE OFJAPPLICATIONFor Ring; up Pearl & Dolive, phone 660,

Solomon's. of IMTMULS' dead for two centuriesmay if you have any carpenter or electrical '" ,
the Invalid and remarked:
l..> n-eognlzed from authentic por Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap- work you want well done. i ';,
been of
"I glad to have
traits. Ik-re lie the brothers Shea res.who am very ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Ifydgin's, file Best Jcr oc. in any comfort to your husband: my good Notice hcreliv given tbnt G. H. Muller, .
l for their sbiru nE
v- -riecutf< what made of Tax Certificate :So. 111, )3
tell purchaser
-- --- -- woman, but me you
the uniteil IrWi i.ii'-i>iraoy, hide by II ,tted th"5th dnyof :.November. A.D. 11.0 has J. N. ANDREWS
minister
PEARL & DQLIVE.t I !'itlt' aln.ot with the Karl of -itrim, send?.for' me Instead of your own Q'ed irRde! said application certificate fur In tax my deed olllce to, and Issue bas in ,

who wa-i UHtrlil'rl'dllltlut thirty yearsngo. "" '1'\1.\ sir, you ee." she replied ''it's accordance the following with law.described Haul certificate property embraces sit- ..< Headquarters for ..< 1\: ;\
them at the of OarI The earl's uunstors for hundredsof
I: on corner typhus m)' poor husband has got, and IliIiflt u ited In 11:1111I1)11.nlll1t: )', Florida, to-Wit: '\
;' : Alciniz streets for carpenr years back rest In the !same vault !.ot. 4 and 5, hlOt'k l-"l. See. !19, Tp. i H. K. SE\VING MACHINES. j,
d. 1 el,.ctrical workor phone GGO. Perhaps the stmngeMt thing about; the ( think it Just rinht: for our own ;a' W.. City of l'en>"e..ll'I he, said. DAILY MENUS '
minister to run the risk." land being H se.M-d at Illit date of the U.iUanoe .
vault is the fact that, apart from the of such cl'l'tllI..IIn the name of REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT ,, ',I."
Unknown 0\\ UI'r5. I'nlent said certificate all
offensive Comprise the
weird !'sensation there 1* nothing Up-to- : ,
redeemed according to law tax
.131. 0..1.11' until bn
In the surruull .-London dfed will Issue tbercou on lUeJutb day of li: South I'alafot Itrect.fiiatitie Date Dishes the Markets t'\\\
LODGE UIUKCTORY A bluejacket who was recently married I .
March, A. 1) lti'O. --
Taller. of the
World
gives the following descriptiou of' Witness my otllclnl signature and seal t jf,
IGlb of February. A. l>. lta.1.;
this tbe day Afford.
how Men Full When Shot. his bride and her apparel: A. M. MCMILLAN. } ."! .
SNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Nearly every one Is familiar with the "My wife is just as handsome a craft [MEAL.] Clerk!: Clrcut Curt, J I ;i

IVimitiola t"lg.: S,). 3, K. of P., traditional stage: fall where the victimof ns ever left millinery drydock. Is clipper I.f oawZiw By B.U.IJI-BTOS, D.C. i iI iI I :.;. ./

,I.'aUIIwt strikes an at- built and with a figurehead not ;
supposed I
a !
m'e.t.everr Monday even- Ladies' Private .
_.- Inn" At?:.;O at rastia > all. iltn.lo_._..___,. rl-\M-i om' m.his. .hand.. __ to his heart.. often seen on small craft. Her lengthof : CHOICESTOF t J
i In !b'# iumu--: Watson! Joint and muscle keel is ;5 feet S inches and displaces f ,
r.. I Hi.''-lng third floor. sUffl'IIS'pry Dining Parlor. ;
,I v'KiuDs brethren cordially breathes sterloilly and goes d.vnlIke I twenty-seven: cubic feet of air, of light p hotoaph9.

", .r w,'loomed a log toppled over from the end. draft which adds: to her speed In the I 4jtt
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's:. :: HORALF.K: J. A. LYLE.c. 0. Another popular yet erroneous. notion ballroom full In the waist spars! trim. I f FRUITS AND COIFECTIONER ij { Ii0ta' S. Palafox Street. f

K. K. H. is that men shot through; the vitals "At the time we were spliced she was I'j'

leap Into the air and go down In a dramatic newly riggi-d fore and aft with standing -AT- Regular Dinner Daily. t{:
attitude. Sometimes men nre riggings of lace and flowers main DR. F. E. BRUCE
Dim m l "I! \< I:) I
:; > ttil of
sail silk with forestay \:IIcncielUlt's. -
part
!
'. found on the tield in striking positions, C. APOSTLE'S
q' I at'i
I 7
I. I at :
11waning
:" Tii', r I'lilnfoi and iiirdeii, but (1ftI'll11 examination shows that Her frame was of thebest Has returned and resumed! practice. Short Orders* 1'rrniptly 1

.,\ .' u. I Knu-lit-coriliiillyInvited.ALittKTJOHNSON, I the position was taken after the fall. steel covered with silk with 14 East Government si, OfIice 22l: $ Government Bt., Flllcd.NIgtit or Day. !. !

t', v C. C. As a rule! a man who Is hit alxive the whalebone stanchions. I t"
:'I I. .t I' hips sinks down. The slighter the "This rigging is Intended for fair Formerly Cordova Restaurant Btai A Salisbury Building. ,0.'t. .

wound the more commotion. for the weather cruising. She has also a st-t One car-load of Pineapples at I1.1E _To1ophono 14G. If It' Mnmethlns Good to Eatyoawi.byou'll .
find It at
.. body Instinctively resists just as It or storm sails for rough; weather and to $2.00 per dozen. i I
Km I.I <' l"1a'u.. :$!). K. of I'
) ". "\ 'I'! iK: So :I", Knights of.II does when one slips or pushed\ or collides is rigging!: out a small set of canvas for Nick Apostle'sPopular ;t
'. T", -.\.rv Ihurniluv eveni with son.1 object. lint wound light squalls, which are liable to occur I !

'I. i -'-U i"I Hiiiui tli.-lr buil'lini Uftl 11,<\11.11'outh-l In a vital spot weakens the resistance iu this latitude sooner or later. Restaurant

,' i ,'>'* nit'l dirJen;htrefit. and men s Ik at once or reel and tumble "1 am told in running down the street J J1 B. l LONG & These tiny Capsules sre superior! 1

i ,'-lire ciinHiilv. welcomed.K. with wry little self control.I.nce. before the wind she answers the helm J' I to miioio of Copaiba: i '
i
ALLM'iv
:1.' l'. t,;. beautifully and can turn In her own Orbeb* and Injections. Pi1D1, : : !

K '. n.j.-. length if a handsomer craft passes '11e7 ;:uretn45Iiourstlie' I MWMMTb If.

I Ot'nnln hvr." Contractors ano Huiloers. sorue j,..,: ;.-. "ltn..Io.1\ "ny In.ou-j j !
of .
the t"
'"'- Mine. MiMljeska. who Is owner .
c .:,,.c: : 51H 1) I'" U i l'flcrlsn
i. o. o. r.IVnacol.1 : some prIceless! lace, says lace may If What's in a Name? :

cleaned by laying it out on a paper Everything is in the name when it PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND a.: Wab: 1 & j
Il' No. 4 covering It with calcined magnesia and ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT ; :
comes to Witch Hazel Salve. IC.
3ENKKAL FKK.NCII
t >" '''hv evening at 7H at then with anutlur paper eat! putting HCHKDL'LE
t, \\ .-. t'tntendoncta btrwet.iren all between the li'a\is of a lar e'LJk DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, discovered, SHORT NOTICE. ?Z ?< ..< .
t cordially Intlud.: INSURANCEAND L
,. it how to make a salve First-Clais Work Guaranteed and Following is the schedule of the "
t J'MANIOJi. N. u. for several dtiys. When shaken out some years ago J ,
!'ill". >\, Secretary.AMERICAN government steamer General French .
will be clean and fresh. from Witch Hazel that is a specificfor References Furnished. 'I' !

Piles. For blind, bleeding itch 414 EAST IXTEXDKXCIA ST. which THE NEWS prints for the REAL ESTATE "I. :
-- !
benefit of the merchants who ,
GUILD. ing and protruding Piles, eczema, ship .
I PHYSICAL PERFECTION their goods to the various; army No. South Palafox Street. .1
and all skin diseases
cuts burns bruises If'
IViikiu-iila hupirr No. (107. i is Imposible if the liver Is out of or posts: ,

.' A'' "F.R. 1'. LlNDBSSTBCTH I der. A perfect liver is possible if DeWitt's Salve has no equal. ,, L tvei PenancoU_ ___ _. Too a. m. Partial List of Desirable Dwellings .I ,J
rise to HARDBRICK Leave. Karrf n'al.____ 7tOam. 1
S. r<-inry, ..Governor.K. : you keep using the right kind of a This has given numerous eaves flckent ______..___._._ :00a.m. for Rent in Various:Parts -A \
worthless counterfeits. Ask for De- Leavei Iarranca...._ ______ 8:15: a. m. I S
liver tonic. HEPATICURA is the Leave Peotacola__..,____10:15 a. m. of the City: (j i
OF L. right kind of a liver tonic. It will I Witt's-the genuine. Hargis Phar-- Arrive Barrancas 11:10 a. m. and then $35..00-2' -ltor1 house containing]} room., 1.1 1
makes a trip to Fort McKee and then all modern
John Sheppard Sidney Kahn. returns conveniences bath on
,
liven up your liver to your entire sat- macy to Barrancat. upper and lower floors corner ,
lot.
.
1'al .\>,.,piiil>ly No. 15O3. Leaves Barrancas_______ I:I/> p. m. i nice yard and ..hrabherTl.table,out- j ;
\1 isfaction. It will provide excellent Hot French Waffles with Leaves Plckens.__ ._ _.__ 1:2p.m.Leave. houses, etc, :'o. 714 Ban LaKua '' r't
Mondttvln eacn month.S Penaacola_?_??_.?_ 4:0p.m. I treet. ;
',' ," w. r. ll.TiiARr. digestion, excellent circulation and Florida Cano Syrup at Leaves Plckens. ? .........?.?__ :1p.m.ArriveS 135,00-S-Btory boarding bouse containing 'I ;) fFH -
'''SEI.L. M. W. perfect health. Harrancas 6:30 p, m. and makei zs room., known a. tie J'once de 'i
.cr..tary. Solomon's. trip to McrUe and return. Leon house,>"o. 110 Ealit Inunclen- i ,
AIr. J. C., who does not wish his -. On Wednesdays and Haturdays the cia Itret. 1 :'. t.n
'
name published, says: I cannot refrain NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFir boat wiil leave Barrancas via Pick- JJ.OO-A; desirable 2-story modern dwelling ,. '!
from extending to you, voluntarily 7 rooms, moil desirable Section of the .
Ins for Pensacola at 6:30 p. m. city on a corner on tbe '
street .
my sincerest recommendationof Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap AIMS' ON HAND The General French Is for army lineNo.dilNorth Barcelona treet.car t.t

The Beer the medicine you prepare and sell I. ter 4888, Laws of Florida. purposes only and any outsider must |: .00-Large fronting Z-itory SevilleHijuare dwelling., Ko.ID*H room.Kait, I" .: [t
under the name of HEPATICURA Notice Is hereby given thnt 1':. r. Maura fiave a pass from the quartermasterctake Uorerameot street. I ; !
for reason of its superior qualities purchaser, of Tax Certificate No. isa: passage 01 her. fj.uo: -Coaforlanle nw i-story modern ': < !:i
That dated the 2nd day ot October, A. I). IMII. fans I5IA'lLLF. dwellOK y !
Made toner of the general system. rooms very desirable lec .t t
as a
.
= tiled mid certificate in mv cilice And fans . -- --- -- -- -- tlon of lbs city, situated on .North
Since using HDPATICURA, althoughI iniule application for tax deed to 1'sue in Hsylen between btrong and DeBolo 4 t r'I
Lave been agreat sufferer accordance witli law. Said crrtincatt* embraces streets. '1,
always the following described property s.:tuatcd -TO- $J5.f ;-:!.,tory dwelling In good order i \
NN1!mR! r&&MaVICI'ORIA U from constipation and colds, I have In K-rambU county. Honda. to-' lt: 8 rooms, three doors from tbe with belt ,, '
.
boon entirely relieved from both of I lot 1. S. part lots :25 to *>., W. part of I Kits line bat gas and water throughout : .,
these ailments, and venture to say 2-1 and ii, W. '$ Clapp Tract block tKelmont >;, MILLIONGet 1\0. 'North Barcelona street. t
:Numbering. 8ce ll. Tp. :! KK ,. ONE 130.00-l-itory dwelling rooms, '."
city water,
former It has no ]0
the
to ,
-Irt- in regard Si W. The said land being assessed bath gas, with large corner lot,No.
equal. I have used only two bottlesof at the date of the: bsuince of such certificate 4"iWeit! V/rlght street. .
I find In the name of I'nfcnow OwnersL'nles 115.1 -1-ltory dwelling t rooms :
HEPATICURA so far yet r newly pa.pered
shall be redeemed according '
said certificate and
!
painted
my normal weight of 140 pounds has to law. tat deed will Issue thereon belt Hoe No.8* K:$itGregory throughout street, on I. ..'.. .
',!,* : ''E been increased nearly 10 pounds.I on the 21st day of March. A. U. 1'Wi.Witness Our Prices Before |15.f)0-l-siory dwelling.city water and bath,
RY ACME BREWING CO. shall take pleasure in recommending my official signature and seal 7 room., halt Hock of ground with
his the 17th day of ebrunry. A. D. IK'S. beautiful shade trees -10. lot Eau
la.r: to-CKXT BOTTLE 1JKKKIX HEPATICURA to any one desirous A. M. :MCMILLAN. Cervantes street. .
of finding the very best constitution [.EAL: .] Clerk Circuit Court. I1J.5O-l-itory dwelling STo,415: East Grego. :
TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. I). C Purchasing.Capacity .
B H. Kl'HTON.
by ry streot.S rooms,newly
builder to be had. Sold by all painted. papered and 5
.
; :I
BROS druggists.CASTORIA. '1I.oo- O.II1f East Belmont Street 5-room f.

| SEALED proposals endorsed "pro- -- In cottage, city water, newly painted, ., '.
\1'2'\TS FOR THE CELEBRATED posals for Railroad Track Scale," will perfect order.
J10 0.11J14 North Aleanb
strhet a new "'.
1. I be received at the Bureau of Yards I 50,000 Daily. house In good order with 6 rooms. i .
HarDer Whiskey.'Iall and Docks Navy Department, Washington ; 110,00-Mo. oul East Kelinont Street city ;
I water a neat 6
room
until 1 o'clock March 14, 1903. cottage newly
painted and renovated
For Infantt and Children. and then and there publicly opened, C. R. TAYLOR I 8.00-ito. felOEait/ L Koa street throughout., a neatly :
for a 100-ton railroad track scale at. papered "'rOOIl1 cottage In good con i'.
i H.>me-401 8. Palafox street. The Rind You Hai8 Always Bog dition,large lot city water.
Plans ,
It R. the Navy Yard Pensacola, Fla. Brick Co. Artistic Shoemaker A large list of smaller dwelllogi, ai well '
: eftIillan
Exchanse-Opp. Union Depot.p' Sean th9Atr and specifications will be furnished by ai a number stores and offices lug HEM.' .

O. Box 2>1. Pensacola, Fla. the Bureau. MORDECAI-. ENDI FINE WORK A SPF CIALIY. THOS. C. WATSON & CO., .!.
$ of COTT Chief of Bureau. January 26 .
Barren Fla. .
Phones 1162C8. 1903. JH-Oaw-2w.) Pine Phone No.2S. 9 South Palafox St. Leadicz Agents Real Bomb Estate ralalox Rental Street.and Insurance !t



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THE DAILY NEWSi PENSACOLA FLORIDA. THURSDAY, MARCH 5.1903 .

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tablishing a civil government, will be I Oldest! and Largest

balled with greater delight by the people -! r: Hair falling? Then you are starving it. West Florida Agency j jn

of the Philippines. CAUCHTAT RANDOM

You can stop hairstarvation with a
ESTABLISH
Pensacola is one of the healthiest I8j;(:
UMdMth Poet Office aiPenueola, jA S >
>!*.._Dd- la.. matter. clUes in America. Its climate, so =* haipfood. Ayer's Hair Vigor. toc;::;
delightful throughout the year. Is ex "If the government decides to send

*.omoc Ulaxitre:-nu',. up-iUiri.Building. sax Iou'h ceptionally so at this season; there- the battleships here each winter," r Unouiles Bros.INSURANCE

fore it is a pleasant thing all around said an enthusiastic citizen last even ..

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. that the fleet should have gathered in ing, I would be In favor of giving one I morning; sixth Col. Byrd's Home at .

the harbor at this time for quite a thousand acres of land for drilling I jWestover, four weeks later. Those

T.rmt: Invariably in Advance.' long stay. Owing to the Lenten season purposes anywhere near the city that I(AMUSEMENTS. who have read the delightful story
OM TMr by Hall__ 15 00 will the thata
comprehend possibilities
.Konlbl ** II-M_ ___ 2 8OM there is not so much doing in would prove acceptable to the de

Week by Carrier Payable Monday 10 social entertainments but the officers partment. By the law of nature, it 25252.S proper handling of the incidents AND

and is intended that the vessels rendez- referred to will give to a play, and the
men find many ways of spending Last night a show which would

Mnrtiting Ratet Furnished on Application their time pleasantly.. vous here, and I cannot make myself have justly called tor police interference reader can depend upon it no opportunity -

believe otherwise but that we will see was allowed to occupy the local I I has been permitted to pass un REAL ESTATE

TELEPHONE NO. 118. Mobile Register: The developmentof the big vessels here every time they stage and it was no credit that suchan improved. Taken In the aggregate, ,

commercial relations betewen Por. they are anywhere near gulf waters. aggregation came here and were it may well be considered one of the 309 South PalafoSlrl.'t

to Rico and the United States since 'The proof of the pudding is the eat- not put behind the bars for public indecency | most delightful productions of the ,

(UNION the transfer of that island to the ing thereof' is as true a saying as was It is not supposed that the present season, a production upon Phone 22. PEJfSAtt>

control of this country has been phe ever expressed, and the navy department real nature of the show was known to which neither time, laborf or expense uFu.

nomenal. The people of Porto Rico is one that has had this the management or it would not have has been spared. Our theatre-going' -

PESBAOOLA 1IABQB 5, 1903 now find a market in the United proven about Pensacola. I believe been permitted to exhibit. It is hardto public is to be congratulated upon

States for five times as much of their now that there will have to be no choose which was the most dis this approaching visit.Saturday GENEIAL .AU IXTS

disturbers of the peace look products as they did inlS97. the year effort made to get the ships here graceful-scenes on the stage or the

Alike to Mayor Jones. preceding that transfer; and the people from year to year. They are compelled drunken, fighting sailors in the audi- Matinee. The Equitable

of the United States find a mar to coal while south and will Seats were placed on sale today for
ence.
Members of,congress will in future ket in Porto Rico for five times as steer for Pensacola at every oppor the matinee Saturday of "Lost River."

have to take their liquor out uf a much of their products as in 1807. tunity. No, I do not think the intended Are You A Mason? Ladies and children can secure seats Life Assurance Society

bottle. establishment of coaling sites in at 23; and 50 cents and avoid the usual
The cast of "Are You A Mason,"
One distressing effect of Mr. Rose"elt's Officers rush. Of the United SI.1t.-s.
Cuba will against Pensacola.
There was a storm Washington go the comedy to be presented at the
be
policy summed briefly
may up have a great deal to do \\ithmovements HEXKY B. HYIH;, Founder.
last Tuesday that was not down on opera house on Friday evening next,
in a few words from a recent article If You Are Lookingfor
the weather of the fleet, and you maybe will be one of the strongest ever seen 'Strongest in the "
map. by Dr. Thomas Xelson Page, as few who a perfect condensed milk preserv- World
sure that there are very
here in a farcical production. Head-
. I
follows: refuse back to this de without sugar, buy Borden's Peerless
to
If Mr. Carnegie really wants to would come ins; the list are John C. Rice and
The South does not fear social Brand Evaporated Cream. It is )
die poor he need onlytake down sick place rather than rendezvous in Cuban Thos. A., Wise, a pair of comic players I 1'I WHY NOT THE BEST ?
equality. It knows it cannot be. Hut not only a perfect food for infants, !
and send for a doctor. waters. I prove my contention by simply i not to be surpassed. Rice is noted -
fears the consequences of anything; but its delicious flavor and} richness :,
citing what Lieutenant Ackermansaid i for extreme case, gracefulnes and naturalness -i|!
looking! like the most remote recognition I i makes it superior to raw cream for
Senator Hanna refuses to give the and he was talking for every officer in his work, while Wise is TflE>> iEnG>>ANTS
of it. It feels as no one else can cereals, coffee, tea, chocolate and
negro heir apparent to the Charleston and man on the ship"Not \ ; deliriously unctuous in voice, gesture, I Ij '
the consequences of agitationof I general household ccoking. Prepared j
every I
I
collectorship a crumb of comfort. j i manner and makeupThese leaders'|
this kind. 'Social equality" and the much interest is being takenin by Bordon's Condensed Milk Co. j I ANSFEn GO
II will be supported by IMward: Abeles, :
The way that "Lobbyist" and "sword and, torch"-terms which baseball this season, and I regret
George Richards, Chas. J. Greene, Fur Otr ) .
Year j
"Knight of the Grip" are stirring upstate none would have ventured to to learn it," remarked a devotee of I vxiy Having been awarded the cnntr: '
R. Yocrg, J. Mahoney' Gertrude \\"hitt :l.Rb.'N"LoW' for
the
> tuernlNOyiup bit j carrying U. S. Mail
five bctwr
politics would lead one to suppose use years ago-are beginning to the national game. Baseball is a
I ), Amy Muller, Margaret Evans, Hazel been used for ovtrsiitv >nar. by miillonKcl the L. & N. Depot and Post O1U;-
that a state primary election was be openly advocated by candidates for game which everybody can get interested mothers for their children while and also the exclusive
Chapple, Sally: Cohen, Florence baj.'gacepmi-!
not far off. office at "Afro-American" meetings. in, anti I can never understand I Earle and others. With pwrtHct success. H soot beg teetblDl'1 if ie on all trains entering the city:

how it is that this city cannot maintain !I soiteus tlm gumsallays all we are prepared to tr! n.r..r b I<"M'-;

,. L. A.O'Iirien, an American dentist Thought is said to be free. That'sthe better teams than she does. We I "Lost River." jolic,and Is the bt-pt remedy for DiarrhoeaH i and paseng'ts; to and from all r.i-,
reason nobody cares much for it. I will reiieve ib" poor little mlTt-rer 1mmediately. i teN, residences and trains thy .t
has been ordered to pick UI and get have the players, the grounds, the
ni0'ht.
The retired merchant in Xew York Heart interest in the dramatic author Sold by UnigK.&u In every pan j
out of Germany, and he got. It is noL facilities reach the uf the world.
enthusiasm, the to Twenty-nva cents a bottle
City who killed himslf the other day means love, human love that Is ; &
PnillPt RfliabI
unusual thing to hear of a dentist get- grounds and everything needed to Be bare you Rts fur"M ru. Wlnslow's ttootbj j 8eI1iG Gnaranteef!,
because he was fifty old and stronger than death, since death '
years log Syrup, and IU&H no other klod. |
ling to be too fresh. i We
: ideal baseball also conduct
t make the place an a Freight Deliv.
thought that a man of fifty was too brings oblivion, but only death skills Ku
centre. Our players should take a RAIN CONTINUES j ery -;ines*-haul pianos safe,
ti Up in Lynn, Mass., they can makea old too live, had a right to his opinion the greater love which prompts man i' machinery and furniture at Reasonable .

pair of shoes in thirteen minutes but that opinion seems laboriouslywrong cue from Madison, in this state, which to lay down his life for his friend. ON GULF COAST. PricM.

remarks has started the ball rolling by forming False sentiment and crude coloring Telephone your orders to F. R.
the New York Sun.It weathbureau
and we know a I'ensacola kid that anti The local furnishes Pou's Livery Kuble" Phone
stock to organize 31. or
can kick out a pair of them in a gameof is foolish to die at fifty, for at that a company often pervade the play atmosphereand the following today: I Mrs. H. H. IlalluiaikV, KwUence
of ball
first-class team tos-
football in twelve and a half minutes age you are or ought to be just be- equip a the execution of the author's I The barometric pressure has fallen I Phone 3.'H.MERCHANTS.
ginning to know how to live. Somewhat sers. The stock is divided into sharesof ideas may be so badly conveyed to the I
by the watch. in all sections and the
$10 each and over $::G') has been audience depression, | TRANSFER CO.
of the greenness of unseasoned as to turn polite murmurs which has been i

1< Those fellows that have been say youth is gone and the moss and ivy already subscribed.! This sport should and boisterious applause into laughter Plateau for the hovering over the MRS. H. H, HALLMARK. Prop
two is
past days, apparently -
all
ing such hard things against the will not begin to grow on you for he observed" in Pensacola by and guying hence the author of I gaining in energy. Hain has'' HARRY hALLMARK Transfi-r Agt.,

il" trusts had better go kind o' slow. The forty or fifty years yet, if you preServe means. melodrama has to exercise skill and fallen in California and the southern j L. & X, K. K.(.'0.,P.anti P,4: A. IH\

Standard Oil Company has just bought; yourself and leave no ruins for "You don't know how it_ feels to care in providing a wide variety of' plateau, in Gulf and south Atlantic | '

':;-' a volcano and there is no tolling what hern to grow on. Fiftypshaw; fifty'sa i be ashore after having been imprisoned -I sensations and views of character and, states, and in central valleys anti the

', % I they might do with it, if crowded too likely young man, and the changefor I on yo'ir ship for over t\\oi':an excess of care in the selection! : lower Lake region; and snow in themiddle ,I TIN]

far. a hundred still to of it. of the peope1OCI1\ to make human i ii
out
;1- come "
: remarked sailor from the : :
; years, a Platea-i and at scattered places -
i I|characters oiit of the author's children fliTt'hY
Iowa while a 'barber kept on shaving.: ( in the Northwest, and in extreme jY
; The agony is over and Delaware OUR DARLING TEDDY. t I of his brain. These children often \ LUiU
"I had been in American city for | ; northern New York. : I
now has two t'uited States senators | embrace the quaintest types of '
exactly two years and eight months I In southern California; and the mid
'
I II. I for the first time in four years. Our Teddy is a nice young man: rural districts whose very oddities of VlniIalc and
: yesterday, on account of my misbehavior -j die Mississippi valley the rainfall has
: j Both are republicans, the Addicks faction You know he's [President |: speech, costume and carriage may be Retail i (> r.u'rs.1ll.llL'AItTIIs .
and when I stepped on the !been heavy, Los Angeles reporting '
getting the long term and the lie kills the bears and hugs the coons, misinterpreted by auditors, who, not
opposition the short term senator. And lives upon the scent; travelled or read enough in human
fox street I could hardly believe but inch. Fog is reported from the raidi: i
lIe takes the lambs to his embrace. peculiarities, may laugh where the ]Family, Fancy and Staple
what I dreaming. A has '
was person (die Gulf coast. Changes in temperature -
, It is but honest to admit that Peneacolians
'IIre'ailiug
His arms about their bl'lt-
author had intended pathos to be the
to have the experience ta know how have been unimportant. I Groceries
F1 feel a sense of pride when Then yum-yum smackity-sniack, I note Such a scenic melodrama : ,: kand <
it feels. It is indescribably peculiar Forecast for Pensacola and
they luolIIp4'n: the !fleet of fine battle Vicinity.
4 Their darling Uooseet.Of .
Arthur has written
as Joseph : All Kinds of Up-to-datn
I Imer I Partly cloudy tonight and Friday; Fam-y
I chips riding at anchor in the bay. It in "Lost Ri\w" embraces over thirty Uoudj.
'I is not often that so many vessels of all the presidents we've had.IIc's light southeast winda. ... .. -
\\( if that's a new kind of I distinct character studies and involves \\ P are Hole Distributors for \"'. -:
the first to have the gall
the navy have ever gathered in any To ask the kinky-headed race light Mayor Jones is trying tonight? the outlay of thousands of dollars of II ( Florida for the Celebrated Car d.i
one harbor in the United Sates."TasV Smplf "' tie* of Dr. Kilmer' Monde Coffee, Sweet
it Home :Molaliliui / -.
what makes
Inside that sacred hall I ln-t it is, but so unceasing labor great mental anxiety -
'. -. ; S* niij R tot, tlie trreat kidney, liver *"'*, and Climax Flour, I! ivlc'--
' : Monday was a big day in I Hut, then, you see, he saw a chance straight? said a party last night as and a business acumen and skill rtitl tthiijf reinniv. are beiiiir dKtributed Delicatessen, GermanAliuenV: an
she watched the search lights from demanding as much shrewdness as I Food CX's Canned Meat Etc All
To hit
I the South a welt, ; ,
Texas. The 2nd of March has a double l-tr,' from l hcu-e, free. hive of
the battleships. that of banker broker I which are sold by all first-ch:
a attorney or
4 And all the colored
, gals went in
significance to the Texan; it being you rer"I' e.t ..I\t': i Retail Grocers in the city.
To dine with Roosevelt.The I to bring it out as a financial and artistic -I
the anniversary of both the declaration
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I fhe that will limit the
only thing success. Joseph Arthur makes i| of the WILL ATTEND THENATIONAL I
i independence of Texas of from going to Pen II
damsels in their crowd people
long-tail "
gowns,
his little heroine in "l ost River, uncultured I
f from Mexico and also of the birth sacola from this section next Sunday CONVENTION.At .
Cut too short at the top, and ragged as she is, perform i
t day of Sam Houstoun the great Made: at Toddle dear will be the failure of the railroad {
'omIpany
goo-soo eyes ,
Texan liberator. deeds which! are in no way imProbable a meeting uf the Catholic Knightsf ;
;: Till they could to provide accommodation for '
1:' hardly stop; or impassible to such a chare> America, Pensacola Branch No.i

I l Southern people hold different opin- The President-God save the mark- our people," is the way lion Mitch acter as he has depicted. Daring and :! 2R! Sunday night, )Ir. Emile .Motta, PressingClub

. \ ions upon polities, religion and economic \lhpri.le before them knelt Jacoby of Marianna closes a letter dramatic as arc the actions and siir-lj president, was unanimously elected a''I

!Ita, questions, but when it comes to And then and there they harmonized, to his brother in Pensacola. "Il'in- rounding characters and incidents I
;.It the race issue they are as one man. The coons and Roosevelt.A dreds of people will be sure to come," they served to rouse the utmost enthusiasm I t'lie order which will be held in Kansas -

, To a man,they are for white suprem infers Mr. Jarob}'. during a prolonged run oi'.f: City soon. Mr. William Blumniprlnas 1
lane is
very strait, indeed.That ,
' v chosen as alternate ;
t acy. So long as the republican six months in XI'"nrk before an an and will
party One
never has a bend; "Streets are all right so long as the utend should IrltJl.a fail to do so. | Dollar Per Month
; Stands for political and social unbroken series of crowded houses
t equality -
This promenading with the coons rain holds up, but a grave defect in j I j
' just so long will there be a solid necessitating the "standing room" In Advance to Membership.!
i is MATTRESSES
Will some day have an end; Pensacola's street cleaning! forces j I OF ALL GRADES'

!pt South. His epitaph will be in full apparent when a little water falls," 'I sign display more frequently than f-ROM $1.50 TO $12.50. SIXTY ; Clothes Cleaned and Pressed a-

Each word casually remarked a gentleman on many supposedly higher grade attract [JAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAMINATED -, often. a* desired. Your Clothe-
E4: A Northern paper states that "a correctly spe.lt: i .*" .nt for and delivered.! C.ill at

, : young man who had been converted "Here lies two hearts that beat as one, the cars last night. : and evoking unbimmled applause p FELT MATTRESSES TRY 9.2 HUth! Palafox and Join the
from the most careful and consena- (WE. MARSTON &. Club.
," at a North Methodist camp meeting A ciion, and Roosevelt. I QUINA.
"1 hear that the Electric Street live theitre-goers of that city. "Ixis-t.
$'" declared hat all pride and conceit haiik' La !
iBs'
been taken out of him. To prove it he 10 ( l'IanHH i\ ONI: n\v Railway Company contemplates! I River" will! hat the opera house on// Hot French Wafflrs with Plan Skirls a Spec*

: : said he would go do\\n among the rake Lniativn } romoQuIDlII..T&hl..t' All ing the city for permission to again i Saturday night. Florida Cane fcymp at : Yours for Xeatne-
1ru.ii1. rtfuui the uunuy il it (alls in tear up the Palaf.ix street pavement //1; : .'fl.Vr.TV .
t.f audience and kiss an old colored! 1 wo cUre K. W troves siguatura H on > uchbo
<. ?'c. I for the Il\rpO'ie of putting down "Audrey." G.V. IRWIN.
: : mans he went down the aisle the I. .
track said citizen. "It is long to see tLodramatiation
--=--=-c---= =-.cc =- -= --.. ::_ _-= ===- a parallel a Pensacola ern :
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old colored woman rose to her feet anl I r-v 'V'V VV vv .M
I I II I is wt'll known that this was the original of Miss Mary Johnstim's t I
ill said. 1-ook heah, bruddah
you may
idea of the road and :;-fl"t tiesji "Audrey." and with the great II Hot Chocolate with
not hah iu) pride, tint I has; you can't "".I |
! Ilobsonize me 'foh all dose white I ScrofulaIt were laid underneath rails on that I :New York production and incomparable BEST BOOKS CHEAP. Whipped Cream at Solo-

street." 1 cast, headed by Eleanor Robson mon s.STEAMER.

t folks. is commonly inherited i in the title role-an actres by the way man"The" .proper nd th. nutljr works of of manklcil it'eat flU.,is- jt'II

it Mobile Register: The Philippines Few arc cntiuly free from it, Mere Riots. horn not a few members of the New I t.ss of ito-raiure are 0101 lily man. /
b-s wayi and bin mood, rendered Smor LINE SCHEDULEJetwren
now have a gold dollar or peso of just P.ile, weak, puny children aro Disturbances of strikers are not York press believe to be the coming i msy fo Hurly. j

:1.1: one half the value of the American afflicted with it in nina cases out of nearly as grave as an individual dis-1 I great Anwrican actres. 'i No oi.e ever K-t ircatbnrH at the without Inmost J SIhougbUofthH -

f: dollar and a silver dollar or peso of ten, anti many adults suffer from it. I ordr of the system. Overwork loss The play is one of picturesque beauty Intimacy.. hut tbene Mum.are If liltan ymi will I..!rc. mmlbooks. read >A IVnuacola and Miltonat

; ; approximately the same size as the Common indications arc Lunches in i I of sleep nervous tension will be followed f i !t and its condensation of incidentseven and re-rt-ucl. digcttfd aiid thuuzbt \ lIar Daily J'iecpt
over, t'oife'tion cT a few rmllj zoct: jt Knurtay.
{ I American dollar: but weighing 3i,i the neck, aI'e S's, cutaneous; cmptinU'5 i! by utter collapse, unless a reliable possesses an interest over the I brxtki U worth mor' tbmi the readS!

, grains more and exchangeable at par inflamed eyelid*, sore ear, remedy is imnvliately employ-I l book. It may truly be called an idyl I 111* of a tiuucirt'J others. J "CITY OF TAMPA."

with the Kohl peso. The silver peso ricki'ts, catarrhva,tiuj, and general} :. oJ. There's nothing so efficient to (Virginia colonial life the period( I 10 voL Thackaray, $2.35 4 Milton __ II ao) tm PionsacolalI1prn:

will be worth fifty cents in our money. debility. iHood's j cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys fare fllle: Round trip,tl:I.I).
Its excess of value in quantity of silver as Electric lhitters.1t'saw'on j i itc in early Virginia history. The.... ]13T9l.Bn 3 iff, $3 O 00. 1
I f
used is designed to make it a Sarsaparilla derful tonic. and effective nervine I dramatization has been made with the 13 vol. Scott $3.00. J [

substitute for the Mexican dollar,. It and Pills I and the greatest all around medicine | greatest care and with an eye single r : JEWELER
IN HIS
is expected that this new coin will not for run down systems. It dispels to the preservation of the poetical atmosphere f' 3 a1.] ifcrtapear $1.00 4 :

only drive Mexican silver out of use Eradicate it, positively and absolute- i Nervousness, Rheumatism and 11 r with which the gifted south- } *

in the islands but will have a potential ly. This statement is ba.-ed on the I Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs. era authoress has sought to environ''' \ .volumes\nd" norrtxT for all of ae'--attractive, arn reduced Mnil I NEW STANDI

influence on the modification of thousands of permanent cures these I Only ;)(lc, and satisfaction guaranteed this L the most delightful of all stories.I I k T'-o.a during
the debased silver currency of medicines.. have wrought.; ,I byV.. A. D'Alemberte. druggist The] play is divided into six tableaux, I 'f" thlnlii-Itlbu.thO' boll aVlI..h...a-e.manicure golfl4 n fc.ic.next colJ to

China and such other Oriental countries My daughter tat scrofula with eleven 121 S. Palafox street. !' which are designated as: First, Mayday lar aid cuff boxes and Ibe like. Make I I have moved my jnwerr! ; "!' >r* t(

as adhere to the silver stand sores on her neck and about her ear IiooJ'a j I i at Jamestown; second. FairView r ncelleia birthday jr-_vnu. J i 120 Houth:! PiUfor, formerly ,' u

ard. It is confidently believed that Sarsaparilla was highly recommended and i' DO YOU KNOW Glebe: House, the next morning; ythird. CUE'S pied by Ha- & Co., anti am : ,*
she took it and was curej. She Is now In I j BOOK STORE J :
the passage: of the bill will have the Home of the Staggs atViI- betur prepared than ever to ?'J' '
good health. )!::.s. J. H. Joss Parker RFEKMAX LUMBER CO. have ,
effect of bringing Mexict) ant Chinato City, Ind. I a lare stock of dressed studding, ;! 1 iamsburg. four months later: fourth, h Bo 5eier; and I

the gold standard. Xo act of 'on- Hood's Sarsapsrl'Ia! promises! to andj"i tGet their priced hfure 1 ftc Governor's Ball, the same event( 213 South Pulafoj: Street.A i iA J jewelry, etc. Call and see me ui

,gres, with the exception of that es cure and keeps the promise. I buying. d6 1m 'i ng; fifth Burton church, the next let me Convince y06.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA. FLORIDA, THURSDAY .MARCH 5. 1903.

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A CHANGE FOR'THE BETTER.The No. BeOS.
Blood Was Poisoned. NEARED W. O. 0'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK Cashier; ill
HALFMILLION .. J. Ylc..P .ld.nt PfEIIFER
FOSHEE
Way Physicians Now Treat Ca ; JOHN Ast't CtshUr. 1


A Happy Cure-After Use of MARKEXPORTS Physicians_. 'who tarrh.formely depended AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK # 3 #

I upon Inhalers sprays and local washes
Two Bottles ofpaine's OF .
or ointments now use Stuart's Catarrh PEKSACOLA .

I FOR A DAY NOTED IN Tablets because as one of the Designated Depository of the United States. r ; .
Celery I most prominent stated, these tablets
THE CUSTOM HOUSE WERE contain in pleasant convenient form Condensed Statement at the close of basine=q Feb. 9, 19)3.

I VERY LARGE. all of the really efficient' and reliable RESOURCES LIABILITIES. .,

CompoundThe catarrh remedies such as red gum, I Loans and Discounts... .. ........... .. ... 1336,073.95 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... f200.OOU.00 R
blood root and Hydrastin. : Demand Loans...... ...... ...... ...... ... 1:!"28;((; 510erdrafta Surplus..... .... ..... .... .... ...... .. .. .. 20000.00
Tuesday's clearances in the customhouse ...... .. .. ...... .... .. ....... .. .. 1,16002 Undivided Profits.... .. ....... .. ....... .... 690.76 't' {
Spring System Cleanser. They contain flo cocaine or opiate U. E. Bonds and Premiums.. ............ 213806.87 Circulation. .... ..... .. ..... .... .... .... 126,000.00Stocks f
I I came near passing the half a (so common in liquid catarrh medi securi1fe etc... .......... .... .... 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid,. ..... .......... .. -.... .. 180.00 1.
Health is that natural state of the million dollar mark but at least one cines and cough syrups) and they are Furniture an4 Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 6.718.48 Deposits ...... ...... ...... ...... .. ......... 566,619.34 j,
;Ve! !Jody m which the entire nervnVfr.uni I vessel has been here over a month given to the little children with entire Cash andExchanKe..... ...... ... ......... 228.17024 {

is so perfectly regulated',i waiting for a cargo on account of safety and benefit.Dr. .
V' without undue effort
that it can.; almost numberless and per.all- the shortage of cars. This was the J. J. Reitinger says: I suffered Total...... .... ...v. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .... $911,420.10 Total... .... .. .. ... ...... .... .... .. .... 911,420.10 .

liKiraut! duties. : Spanish steamer Gracia which sailed from Catarrh in my head and This bank opened for business October 23, 19 O. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give

The l'.wl as It courses through the this morning. throat every winter and it would hangon four business prompt, courteous and careful attention. t

to,,'\ mast, and bear death.In nourishment. and life .I The ships cleared were the steamers clear into summer, with stoppageof 4 PER CENT INTEREST ,PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.B. .
or I"Ji'/lIJ' Junlo and Gracia and the barks
the spring! season thousands the nose and Irritalon in the throat

a.,, 1C.: us suffer from various forms Christoforo Colombo. Henrick Ibsen affecting my voice so that I was continually : '

and Frigga. The vessels altogether clepring my throat before ]I H. FAIRCHILD, I ; & : w. & co: .1,
I carried away among other things could speak plainly; it finally extended <

r 10,000 bales of cotton two million to the stomach causing ca UPHOLSTERER GREEN WflS N
t>'ri i<"kai feet of lumber, two thousand tons of
I tarrh of the stomach. 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. ;?f & Cit

I I phosphate rock 60,000 feet of oak I bought a fifty cent box of .aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture aSpadeti. ,

<, '. timber, 11,200 sacks of cottonseed I Stuart's Catarrh Tablets at my druggist's I:,. I J
% cd meal. 80 hogsheads of tobacco 15,000 carried them in my pocket and !
: I Phono 4OO. See Our of
Display $$
oak and other things. All 'I '
staves
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i used them regularly several times a ; : this was shipped to different parts i day and the way in which they cleared ; R. K. WHITE '
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f- ; .New and Fabrics.
I Stylish
\7.r I the steamers sailing for Marseillesand j my head and throat and improvedmy . '
4 + Liverpool and the sailing vesselsgoing i hearing and general health I consider !i WiUhmaker, Manufacturing Jet lrr !
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wtsagyar : ; to Rosario, Savona and Buenos little short of remarkable. I had '! and Graduate Optician, I Early Spring -
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Ayres. no catarrh last winter and spring and Fla '
South PtUtox St., PrMieoU
I know I am entirely free from any 'l' ---- \ SILKS IN THE SNAPPY AND NEWEST EFFECTS. t tV

I catarrhal trouble whatever. 'I LnuiainePeaude Hsne,Crepe de Shine, Liberties I'miRf, Foulard*. Etc O
jtydncj's, iiic ::Des! /or or.i .
THE CITY I Mrs. Jerome Ellison of Wheeling:;
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: writes: I suffered from catarrh nearly DRESS GOODS III! THE LIGHT AIRY EFFECTS. :

i my whole life and last winter my i[ RESERVATION OF ti \
.. foilEterminet. Minstrels LonsdownsEtc. ,
HALL WALK : uuT children also: suffered from catarrhal : MINSTREL SEATS. --

colds and sore throat so mud -
I 1 Reservation of seats for the min- WASTINCS. Q
they were out of school a large par g
'i'strcl at :3 o'clock
began
brother who was. show tonight
I WORKMEN BEGAN THIS MORNING of the wintl'r.Iy Yadraa.Ottor.l+. PUln. Pigurei. Strip .II\rd Dainine KiTccta.
I I I this morning and in a short time all
I cured of catarrhal deafness by using ct
\tnr.! P. P. nnsvnRNi.xn. PUTTING THE IMPROVEMENT Stuart's Catarrh Tablets urged mtt si I the choice seats were gobbled. The
i CRASS LINENS IN DAINTY AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS.
the First Citizens of Cuba. opera house management anticipated
IN POSITION. much to try them that I sent to the : S?
the great rush and opened the board
drug store and bought a package and I Trimming
THE IOMINO W EEK we will .how Now Lace
house instead of the
diseases; and many are unex- II i am truly thankful for what they have | at the opera DURING. The l.argebt Variety and Most ISenuUlL-l KtTucti we" have baa the II
eat down by death. Workmen were put to work this: | done for me and my children. I al,, '['I store as was announced yesterday. 0 Pleasure tbowmg.: \0

blood is surely filled with morning putting down the new wall, I ways keep a box of the tablets in tht:! I The patrons who had been favored (: See f iBjBW DiSulay for sF ? Ytry Goo Tilings, Jf
and poisonous matters when about the city hall and it is expectet]I first of a, | with tickets from Mr. Watson the !
house and at appearance P
ufl'cr from boils, pimples, black- 11 .
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: eczema salt rheuni.erysipilash. that if fair weather prevails the worl cold or sore throat one or two of the. !distributor, began to assemble at the J, 1

( When nerve fore is low, will be finished shortly.A catarrh tablets nips it in the bud and[ I front door shortly after 8 o'clock and I J!
GREEN WATSON & CO. j
n you suffer from insomnia las-I great deal of material has beet Catarrh is no longer a household affliction .1 stood in the drizzly rain until the t$

.le or neuralgia, he assured )' placed on the ground and very soot doors opened and the rush began. The tit
d demands purifying and cleans. I the old shambled building used a with us. I crush was so great that people were SDJrG. W. & COco:: : :=TG. W. & COTTTY: : J

: line's Celery Compound quickly the executive hall in the city will bi GENTRY BROTHERS' SHOW. I made to "line up" until they could be .",
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lies from the blood all poisons; I surrounded by the neatest sidewalk ii 1 served to satisfaction and correctness.

;iplies the proper elements for i in .the city it will extend from the rea r The World's Best and Biggest Collec. f This was done in an hour after the D. HALE WILSON ,
the vital fluid, buildup Us1 I tion of Trained Animals Com ,4y
,1 of Bear's store on Main street east ti() doors were thrown open.
fur the general repair of the ,
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.. -stem. Try its renovating;: Jefferson, north to Zarragossa am] ing Soon. All day yesterday and the afternoon : '1
mi? virtues at once if you west to a point at the rear of the cit; The name of Gentry will be hand before streams of people were goingto Real Estate and Rental Agent

ii'iioil.! strong and hap- ,nail making a complete circle of the 3 ed down to posterity as the grtatcslt t and from Mr. Watson's office to ,
!I' 1*, Des\eruiue of 11:1in \'- durin
dumb brute
of the ;
city building. This public improvemenhas educator receive the tickets and before dark 111,4 South 1'alafox Street,

: .. New York I read been the cherished idea of Mayo:r the li'th and 2uth: centuries. No other "Iast I evening practically all had been I II i TELEPHONE r man living: or dead has ever beet I It,
I\ < ; ry Compound and Jones who is now exerting himsel f i exhausted.
I ','mid ever gt'twll.. toward its consuiuation. : able to accomplish half so much will I 1'

,,t' uof that wOndr.l I doss; ponies monkeys elephants and Tragedy Averted.

''':and I,v.l"m GAME LAWS ARE I camels as have the four talented "Just in the nick of time our little U. G DeSOn A Co.

',; U'.mora, Fa., I NOW IN FORCE. brothers \\'!::J own and operate the boy was saved" writes Mrs. \ i

four largest; trained animal shows in Pleasant City, Ohio. l
of
i Watkins.
!i! > ifh; from blood The Florida game laws went into I the world. Animal actors will! do 1-i Manutactarers and Dealers In V '
sad havocwith %
r doctoring for "Pneumonia had played
effect Sunday and for the coming
t' |physician and I that in this c.ty Saturday, March I him and a terrible cough set Sash Doors Blinds :; .r
"dl\ n,.iilts.\ i triedi eight months the quail deer and 7th which, ten years ago even, would I in besides. Doctors treated him '/::1
i i 'l.r. 'imd. The use squirrel should enjoy their haunts in share surpassed the comprehension of
I : but lie grew worse every day. At Shingles
free from the crack of the :
cured! peace i iBuilders'
rely ia\
\ 'i'j'i 1'to' 1'aino's Col- sportsman's gun. Saturday was the I the most: enlightened and best posted i length wo tried Dr. King's New Discovery 1 : "
last day in which shooting was allow i individual in this country on animal for Consumption and our dar- :
itl by law. A heavy penalty is imposed |I education. liven the Gentry Brothersthemselves i'hns was saved. He's now sound and Materials
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--- ought to know,
well. Everybody:
upon the 1 person; convicted of shoot I b
HEAVY FOG tug during; the closed season. Lave: been repeatedly surprised i it's the only sure cure for Coughs; Brick and Lime
at the marvelous! results they ; Colds and all Lung diseases. Guaranteed 1Tolonhouo

PREVAILED:: TODAY. I After"- the grip, or other I'erlousilIilPSo have attained and when the statementis ''I' Talafox by street.\V. A.Price D'Alemberte 50c. and 121$1.00.S. = TvTo. U.

\ "'u is very heavy fog; ;. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the made that the finest exhibition !I Trial bottles free.NOTICE rtl
1 : ..> and made lJlrlga.II'l1wly medicine!: to take to restore the appetite fear of the public failing; to acquiesce

i \i hazardous. and strength. !here when the Gentry Brothers give I OF DISSOLUTION. .. .SPECIAL SALE... ;

> .i !." l.arlMir tugs began their exhibition there is no fear of .
ANNOUNCEMENT.Mr. Notice is hereby! given that the co-
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i'' .the! plaintive tooting I the statement being challenged and no i partnership heretofore existing between -AT-
1 II' ,- ', \\i-re hoard and John B. Vaughan has boon appointed of this Kind on earth will be witnessed !' Laz Jacoby Harry Kahn and '
muiiou..sounding of agent of the News at Century. 1 Gentry Brothers are making a feature IT. E. Welles under the firm name of *

I 11"j .' fog horns began. lie will receive and receipt for daily !iof their street parade this season, I 1' the Jacoby Grocery Company, Florida and doing BRAWNIE3R'STo '

and, weekly subscriptions and advertisements the beautifulpapant passes business at I'ensacola
:4i:1 iluMuoniini I The : and when i i has this day been dissolved by mutual
'iiindwl' at murvalai and keep} the News on hand I along the principal streets of this [ consent. Laz Jacoby has retired from

made, some people! at his restaurant at all times. city Saturday. March 7th, all those i I said firm and business. but the said

','nee of fire on rail- 'ro CIIUK: A ('Ot,!> IS O.NK I>VY I who delight in the beaus'es of gorgeous ':Harry Kahn and T. E. Welles will make room for my Immense Stock of Spring ( 'i
continue the business at the same .
'ii( ,' hounds were not Take Lixntive nmino iuintne Tablet display should witness it. Like of the
I' place and under the firm name Goods, which is now Arriving Daily. 1f
Iblnhm\turt.r'Ml f on e>erybun. I '
i : the water front :!.-.c. & ifjeZrwiCO / 'i the rest of the performance the pay Welles.Kahn Company; Harry Kahn .
> Iiuy that persons !rade' Is larger and grander than ever, Manacer.Dated. : I
1 i Pensacola. Florida March :WO yard of 7l) KiftFil'lllfcdItleaclud I y) doz Men's' All Wool Red UndershirH If, .
:' .1! in a short time..lses TO E. W./ PEAKE'S, land, every adjective used in praUinsit I Ii :;rd, l'J03.! Done*tic, worth 6c, to worth (1, special 7oc; ; drawers :
is not misused or misapplied\ I II L. JACOIW. makf room, at 4.c: yard: to match. .
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P ih fox street, fur i
of Asthma l'tSOs.Wption S ). :SO noulli your I HARRY KAHN, 31'ti0yardsFitehville4.1( Bleached 47 Ladies' Iteady-tn-\V'e'ir Rainy-

.! gives relieflist electrical work. He U prepared: tu j CREX AMERICAN GRASS CAR-I T. 1-:. \VELLES.M5tf. : Domestic, worth 9c, to snake: room, I Diy tjkirts, worth $1.50, peciul Bale .
fr t-cla3 job nt illt1luteprictl. I I II I 9k each. ;
'i to a cure do you a > PETS AND LINOLEUM; FINEST !, .t 7c yard.
Innii 20;}. I (1 I 29 Indies' Reatlyto-We'tr Rainy'I
(I THING ON EARTH FOR YOUR 2 rxiOyard' L"ndale and Fruit 14Blenched Nil
Day iikirt, all
puarantM-d wool
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ROOM OR OFF'ICE.I! <' t- Pil..MItcblne I)'>mt.c, worth lOc. tomike !
trot Chocolate with The finest line oi ucihrelUs in the HALL. DINING A tiInrArtvrd lire >r : worth 44, special! sale S2.H: each.
room at b14e yard.
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RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTON &. Blind, rlt't-dlnll or i'rotrudlng Go L.idiec' Jllitk and Colored
Wh :' pd Cibum at ,oitiit U at J. I. BupheuV. Go lookit : ULbloaehPd !>, i
city PUll". Your drjeaht: : will refund jour lousy yard* 4 1 >- i Wor-ted Skirt, worth $1 50, special
;; thtm. ,, QUINA.I I money If I'A7.O OINTMENT: falls to cure mp=tie, worth Oc, to make room, at i Bale Ws each.
-- I I you. :ill cents 4'4c yard. I I 37 Lidies' Black Tailored and Figured
i
lot yards 10.4 GoH Ilrard 8ieet- Hkirta, worth $2 60 to f<5, epecial 'x '
\\ .., 'h.. ... ... 1At\.q....<< n 1 A i THE MARKETS. I II Hot French Wales with tug, worth lI..c. to inuko wow, itt 13; I" }I Jd to 410th each. '
'. ...IV.UY... Y Y 'I'a
.AY.Ai) I
'., V\ \ I 1 Florida 'nno Syrup at yard.101)(1yrl01. 100 fl..z Mfu's All Wool Camel'shair
I Ul1d'r-hirt<<, worth f I W, epeciil -
JUeached
Peppf-ral
LENTEN SPECIALTIESAT \I COTTON REPORT.Reported Solomon's Sheeting, worth L'-J'jdto: makeroom, I 51 ; drawers match, ia White,
Red anti t'iwn colors.
NOW IS THE TIME TO FURNISH HI is'tc yard.
:25 d-z. B-iy'a and (Hrls1 Ribbed f'
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--AT-- DINING ROOM AND MAR 75 yir:J< 10" I'epp. ral Bleached Fleeced I
NEWS YOUR and Lined Undershirts at ,
fT THK by :
D,1-1 :heftmL... worth 23c, to mike room,
I I STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU ... 25cdriwfr8; match. a
...SOL CAHN & CO'S... Lowe & Co. i. WANT IN SIDEBOARDS! ; CHINA 'It21) Y"/l1.. 24 doz. Hoy'a and Oirl'a (Ora\r and '
PpoH. Rem<>mh rwa carry a full line of Red All Wool Undershirts at tool; i
p. Good :'oliddlin.9 1-2 CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS. Bays' P"I1 <, from 3 to 16 age, at drawers to match. + i

t"sU'ItrhI-: tlt., GRIvTUItrhtMEIT, Strict Middling. ... .. .... .... .9 3-S i! pncps t<. .nit ev -rybody.TOdoz I We c-irry a full line of Ladies': ,

l.:,. l'iHH-IMI, SOKr. ,HF.LIiOUAll< Middling. .. .. ... ... .. .. ...9 Il Hot French Waffle with :Men'" Heavy French Neck Men' and Boy'a and GirU' rihoea .
J' Florid Cane Syrup a1SolomoD'8. Moreno Ufidershirts: special loc; that we eau pave 2Gc on.
\ you uf
: "I|: C'MltHMI. 1'IrHrroi:, Strict Low Middling... ... ..!9 1 16 dnwer 'o m.itch. Remeinber-We carry a full line

1 ..,101' ril I1L()\. ..:IK. hi l'l'EItE11IIEItIIISG: : Low Middling. ... .... .... ... .S 3.4 .. GO doz Mfn's! Fleeced Lined Under of Men's Clothin Bougnt at toe on '
ITN'NY: FISH. Tone, (Julet. -- -- -- hirt, worth 5oc, special Sac; dollar. We will clone them out atjUH2

t. A :i Everything Generally Kef in a Firsi-Class Grocery. PHONE 178. FUTUKKS.: A. C. BlliKLEY deeire his friend drawers to mi tch. i price off other merchants.!

:\:\('II>,'.'i)"''$ ..JCY"-.,.. ...... ., March ... .. .... .. .... ..... .... 9.85 and the public to know tint i e has '

--- ._ .. .;.. ... .. .. .... 9.b2 Moved to Room 608, Tbiesen build. We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress 1'
in u, where he will continue as heretofore
EC'ZEM.l'IoO CL'UlNo "'.\1". a general
DR. J. H. MOCK Your druggist will refund your monty II 'f
PAZO OINTMENT fall to cureRlng..urm. AGENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS. ,J I,
TetterOld Ulcers and Sores pimples and NOW OPEN !
Blackbesdg on the face, and all tkin diseases. : thHlm t
Rlill'ilhr
60 rents.OYSTERS F.E. BRAWNER/ J
fh DENTIST. i ,\ ,
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AT NIG APOSTLE'SFine 1 BOWLING UH 05 S. Palafox! St. 1: tLLtiv

23' ". Palafox Street, ti; Old Armory Building, oysters today. 'fryhfotl. _
SIC APOSTLE. .

CROWN AND: BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. ho, 11 'WE t Inteldercia StreEt. e Rromo- 2DI'I0. Qp OBWerJ.1. ;' !!
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: THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA'THURSDAY.- MARCH.. 6,18O3- '


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,- PLAYS AND PLAYERS.The .
HE STOPPED THE BELL. HEAT IN THE OVEN.

Iw the flakeriDeterifliRe It by the testimonial to Georgia Cayvan InXew 'The best '. .t I
Him FreeEntry
Good n aon For Giving
Mere Touch of the Hand. York netted over ?U,000.
to the Show.The
'
..,- tbeater favors In Bakers have a curious way of tellIng Miss Trisie Friganza has joined the
requests for
troublesome. i just what the temperature of the "Sally lu Our Alley" company. at one-half priceIt
the small tovriis ara very
oven is," said a'baker who has been in William Faversharn Is to appear next

Every person of local standing feels I' the business for more than a quarterof eeasou in Gilbert Parker's "!tight of

that Le "Las a right to admission at a century "and they can tell, too, j1Qfw4' "
Way. takes five of the ordinary "quarts" to make a palloa.but a HAYXKR QC m .
least while the trustees and the constable i with almost marvelous accuracy. You Rehearsals for Miss Elsie de Wolfe's full quart an honest quart of 32 ounces, four to the gallon. NOT. you vay yt..r .r.u
feel that they are entitli-d to i>:t- take a man who is an expert in the least 11.3: a bottle for whiskey that cannot possibly be any better than HA YXEK 'a:;
new comedy, "Cynthia have been be- good or 1425 a gallon. If you buy HAYNER WHISKEY you save at least M.U5 .-
a
rate boxes. Some of the requests are business, and Le can tell what the temperature I in New York. gallon. We sell two gallons for about the same as you pay for one gallon or robui r. .1,
gun whiskey. Just think that and remember that HAYNER .
; of the oven is by simply over WHISKEY goes airer t
decidedly uclquj.latently Ida Gabrielle, one of the soubrettes! our distillery to you carries a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLLR t, i'j?:
a tvirr.acy: played a Muall touching the handle! of the oven door. ANTEE of PL'RITYandAGE and saves you the dealers'enormous rrotlis. Tt-rs
"The Jewel of Asia, was originally
I In nine cases out of ten Le will not In 11'1180 good and so cheap. That's why we have over a quarter of a million satisfied c.J
southern dty. The manager was.takingthe S discovered In the chorus. tomers. That's why YOU should try I$. Your money back If you're net sa e.!.
tVater miss it to the fraction of a degree.
tickets at the loor of the I Ezra Kendall is to dramatize EugeneField's
RttIn. : Kakers have other ways, of course, of Health is a magnet whicii irresistiblydraws
the natives were struggling to '
nnd ;
the heat of the oven. For Instance the to the in life's "Little Boy Blue" for 8 star- Direct from to
IsUiMrtily," Le tellsa Ions, thin, i iltii testing man woman tour of Arthur Dunn. our distillery YOU
bread mating tine. Health does more than ring
ctlmifd liviilu.il: divided the | when! baking they: sometimes -
doors with Lis shoulder and throw a piece of white paper in- ; puts Sass Ditlirs1 Profits I Pniiati Adultiritlcn I
foliliag into the voice and) into the In both Xew
and if it brown the buoyancy appear In musical comedy
the turns
I to oven
the }
whi -jx-red confidentially.! 1 stop step, as well as happiness into the heart.A York and London by Charles Frohman.
the or,
bell.' I askttl him! to ri-t>eat. 'I blop the oven is at proper temperature great many women covet beauty and
Fred Frear, who plays the part of
when baking other: things, they will
said ii lu hoarse whis- aids to beautifythem.
l/c-U, lie ajr a : are constantly seeking
Ki-Uam in "The Sultan of HAYNER WHISKEY
to
throw little cornmeal flour into the secretary
z ('r. 'You will have to see the opi'ra iliunsa a Let woman first seek perfect
manager and tell him what you oven in order to test the heat. But health and all'othcr charms shall be Sulu.! is an old hand at comic opera,

I said. reaching for tickets. lie j the baker's fingers ere the best! gauge, added to her. but still amubimr. "
stop. bile backingout. and when you come to think of the different There can be no general health for Hail ManlonrinK.Many PURE 6EVEN.Y R.OLD RYE
tripped up several ladies \\
women wLile there is disease of thedlica.te
required In baking suffer from the resultsof
temperatures women
of the Louse
Soon the manager I The first
different tUnes it Is no smalllehielUer.t womanly organism. bad First aid to these
manicuring.
came in.; saying 'lie's all right; ; he step to perfect health is to cure womanly I FULL $ EXPRESS
stops tLe bell.' I cllowid him to go In, I j : to even approximate the discares by the use of Dr. Tierce's faI I FufTerers Is the advice to give up LavIng :!!

:ad after the peopleure seated I heat of the oven by touching the han ,route Prescription. It establishes regu- i their ails manicured unless they 4 O

asktti tli'e 10nIIl1'ln wLnt lop u-eaut l.y jHe j die of the oven dorr. lauitdries weakening drains, heals I can find a good manicure.! Here is a QUARTS PREPAID '

stops the bell.! '\\V11' s.liII'Ihi.- J 'T.akeis figure that during the rising inflammation and ulceration and cures I ;good remedy for chopped) and mutilated

of the town ball time (,[ a loaf of bread after it has mule wtakness. I cuticle: Buy 10 cents worth of pureolive '
man Is the Janitor \Te will send you FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES of AYNZR-S SEVEN-
right > >sit\ and on "i-liow nights".e ; 1"'l'l1.lac in the oen it ougLt to be "I used kur bottles of vour 'Favorite rrt'I I oil and a !small tin (-11(1. Heat the YKAH-OLD RYE for 13 20, Bud we will pay the express chutves. Try it and
oi i 6'riplio'ami o( 'Oolileu Medical l> '
cue )
If don't find it all and used
right from
you as good as you ever or can buy
nine ten on the lu a temperature of 73 d.'grc'cs r. ,' writeS :Mrs. l.lmer: U. Shearer of Mounthope. cil over a jet, taking care that It
(hi'$ not ring; or Iur-I try I g-.s anybody else at any price, then send it back at our expense and your 13.3)
I'.vii clock. You see, he said "it \\ould jg; the baking process, in order to cared,I.acacter of thit Urc-aileJ l'o.1 a.tiit-,"ami-"call, tiUriiie say that trouble.Am 1.11:1. ,; does i.ot get too hot. Soak the fingers will be returned to you by next maiL Just think that offer over. How couldIt
the stir b. cxpaiid the catlioi'ic be fairer If you are not perfectly saU Bed, you are not out a cent. Better
and lot the in better lici'.th ta1l'er I..fofe. J In the oil for fifteen minutes, reheatingt
l .ior pii'pe! (.0 wit know what time it ;::1ar: and stoarn aul drive off the :11-\\ (;'ne\lo ho. knows In June,:-I e was is Miqiristil.<> JK.'r in to see h,..iih mi l that,>olcKinill. i I "' oil if it gets too cooL Do this three friend.to Join you. We bh\pn a plain sealed case no marks to show wba.l's1l5ide. a

K iiutil 11 o'clockhen the opera: 'I roUl!, the ins'.Jf; of the loaf must ct times I could not valU To d.iy I am n....1. I times a week, and in two weeks there Orders for Ariz.,CaL, Col.. Idaho. Mont. Nev..N.M..r..Ore.,Utih.Wa. h.
lion.Is openI f I had "turmil him !lcroiat least l22'::! degrees. In bakli.g I cured Icll evrrjboJy" that lit. J'l.rct:',; mediums will !be surprising results. or Wyo. must be on the bisis: of 4 Ounrt" for iM.OO by Express ___
Me. ttepald or 20 quarts for 16.00 by Freight Prepaid.
tolls! buns tea biscuits, drop
scones
I
low:." he wiiuM! have runs; out nine FREE. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense 'fl"
and ten every half hour to get even.' cake, fancy cake, New Yolk cakes Medical Adviser is cntfi'-c on receipt of Homemade Pantry Dnl;. Write our nearest office and do it NOW.

CMcago Inter Ocean. niurlms! puff! cakes and things of that: stamps to pay expense: : of mailing only. I A homemade pastry bag costs less' THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY

sort the oven must show a heat of J30d' ; Send 21 one-cent stamps for the book in I j I. than one ready made and is quite as ATLANTA, CA. DAYTON, OHIO ST. lOUIS, Ma 'ST. PAUL KIN*

Llniiti the Ideal 1'rrsltlent. i iI; >gr"es or Lihl'r.1Jl'n; tLe oven is paper covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth- I serviceable. Buy a twelve inch squareof 130: DISTCXIBT: Titer, 0. ESTABLISHED 1865. -

Lincoln is the itleal proldcut in that I.: at 4')$)> degrees!' It 1fit; for crccra puffs! 1..0:111.1'olume, Address Dr.R. V. Pierce II rubber cloth. Fold it together from

Le Ittl public! sentiment, represented !I sugar cakes; queen cakes, rock cakes, Buffalo, X. Y. two on'vosite corners, sew the edges together -

and followed It. "I claim not to have :i jUIJ:LI('<>. lady fingers, rough and ready and you have a serviceable! bag. i

controlled events," he said "but con- I and jelly rolls. At 3.: .) degrees wine What Is In u :\nmf Cut off the point and make it large '

less plainly! that events have controlled : cakes, cup cakes, ginsor nuts and Once ui/ou n time there was a creditor enough to hold a pastry tube when

me." During his term of ollice i, snaps, pies! gingerbread, spice cakes, to a large: amount whose debtor constantly slipped inside. The tubes cost 15: cents lAlICKE&CO.

lie was one day cllled'ery weak" such as raisin, currant, citron, pound, refused )payment. The creditor each, and three are sufficient for the'!

and the next day "tyrant," but when ,I bride and so on, may be baked. It became Impatient and after investigation woman who enjoys a little fancy rook-

his whole work was done a careful survey -, requires! a still lower temperature to found that the debtor lived in a lug and pretty garnishing of everyday 'I j jdishes. Plumbep Gas and Steam fitter

of it could bring one only to the I I bake wedding cakes kisses, anise drops better house than he did. dressed better .-Good Housekeeping. ,

conclusion that he knew when to follow and things in this class. But, whatever clothed his wife in silks, satins and II

and when to lead. lIe was in complete :I temperature the old baker wants, laces and spent dollars where he, the I ID cambla County Circuit Court, State No. & South P&lalox Street

r touch with popular sentiment and lie can tell when he' has it by simply creditor spent cents. Then lie was : ct Florida-In Chancery. I

lirinod with nicety when be could touching the handle of the oven door." wroth. Zenia P..Ryan i I All Kinds Ot Plumbing and Oaa Fitttn?" Materials Kept on Hand

take: a step in advance. He made an I New Orleans Times-Democrat "'1 will sue the wealthy debtor," he vs.William H. Itan.lii .) I .KrlMnN : "!"..'! III''An'"A, 'TA

effort to Keep on good terms with congress said, "and collect what is owing me." ( Monday the 4th day of May, A. 11.1 j

and he differed with that body FINANCIAL STATEMENT lie brought; suit and disclosed a large; lea\ the defendant William Ryan Is required I
'I to appear to the bill filed against biniherein. '
t reluctantly, although! when the necessity amount of valuable property; but, alas I

cime, decIht'Iy.Vhile he had i Of the Board of Public Instruction for It was all In the name of the debtor's This order Is to be published once a ",cek : SAMUEL CHARLES
I f.'rt'lght consecutive weeks in THE I'\IL\ ,
consideration for tho e who did not ': Escambia County for Month EndingFeb. wife, and he ;got not a single cent. KW'4. a newspaper published in said Kscaiutuacouoty. -I' i

asfee with him ami while lie acted always 9, 1903. Moral.-TLere is often n great eallnIlIaml'W A.M. MCMILLAN, BOOT AND 5HDE MAKER
i DR. York Herald.A V
with a regard; to proportion, he Clerk Circuit Court. ,
ie\ertieh"-s strong, and self Jan. 7-To balance3,3::1C 4C ['sALJ 1V B. II. rUKlOX. I'. CfflliBLola.
a
was REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
Jan. 12-To cash from tui- FIR., rfb. IS. ISKCL tl9oa'tw
onfidi'i.t executive. -James Ford Remarkable Case.
llliodes in Scribncr's.Killing! i ion . . . . 2 00 i iI td Wholesale and Retail Dealer: in Shoes, Leather & Finding
Fob. o-To cash from tax One of the most remarkable cases of

sale certificates . . 2 :34 cold the lungs I 'IMIOM614.: ,01 SOl'fll FAIj\l'OX NTKKKT
a deep-seated on The Tonic .
the Turtle. Feb. C-To cash from A. 11. -
Killing turtle with an arrow seems D'Alemborte from tax I causing pneumonia, is that nl Mrs. f" par Excellence.

e vry difficult feat:, since a \ery hard : year 1'I')1. . . . 230 12 Gertrude Fonner, Marion, Jnd., who 'v J. E. DUBUISSOX t9 BROTHER
cured the of
then covers Practically all of the animal Fcl C;-To cash from .\. 11. was entirely by use one I ,
'L Minute Cough Cure. She says: "The
yet the natives of the Andaman; D'Alemberte Iroin tax 'OH M-U TAUU\GONA AM) ITtUtCI.THttT; : *.

Linds kill huge turtles with arrows 1 year lIlt):!. . . . 2,13755: coughing and straining so weakenedme
" that I run down in weight from Dealers in
as cn>ily as American sportsmen" kill I 14S to 02::! pounds. I tried a numberof

rabbits with shotAccustomed 1 CR.-By warrants paid. $;),iOS 87 remedies to no avail until I used e Choice Staple and Family Groceries A
<
childhood to
from their One :Minute Cough Cure. Four betties ,
I I14 ,3S: -E. Ward on per ii
they soon become of this wonderful remedy cured (A Wine Cordial.)
bows and arrows
use i diem and mileage as a I \ The test [)ur Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too miny to enumerate,
wonderfully skilled in the use of these i, member: . . . . SO 00 me entirely of the cough, strengthened specific remedy for and Warranted to be the Best the Market At!!,)rd* and can be

primitive weapons and as they know '! 14S3H: -E. Ward, for supplies my lungs and restored me to my I \Malaria! and Typhoid Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given m During the

the places where turtles congregate it school Xo. 11. . . . 200 normal weight, health antI strength.;: Fevers, Holidays and Deliver Free to any I'art of the City.

Is t'nsy for them at any time: to bring : 14S31: -The Boll T. & T. Co., Hargis Pharmacy, John SheppardSid- \Colds, Influenza. Ac.V1 /
Kahn. ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.
home a good baR of game. Sometimes rent of phone . . . 350 ney -'.. ,. COUNTRY
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they try their skill on Urge fish and. 14S2.5 Amier&on & Dorr, insurance C.1.STCXtTA, P.O.Box326.

though the latter are harder to kill . . . . IS (It) Bea"the The| Kind Vi'J' Have I AW3! BlKUM!! J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.,

than turtles there are a few islanders 14S19 plies! -(school'.corse ht!Wallace>. . .,. .sup-. 2 ('014s24V. natllJ'1'. ..-# I'_ "I MEN AND WOMEN.CM PHONE 66. :Fnn.1ily crccors.A. .
who rarely miss their mark. ., ". .zt' 6 rREt. Big for unnatnr&ldurhirjui
( L J. & H. Forbes, -
,inflammation",
The bous anti arrows are made of I.I S.S day.
supplies for sundry schools 16 00 (;,&r.te irritation or ulceraioncf
itive wood and are leaser: and strou- PASSENCER tott..uictir.. mo coo i niembraan.lMI .
AND
i4S3-N.: : B. Cook, superintendent's SCHEDULE I SII4 out MlriDgint -
'r than those Uboj'by Uuroju-au arch- expense bill 21 01) I THLIVANSCNItSCAICO. or poi-ooous. JM '

"r* 11 1s32-It. B. Heine, plank RATES FOR ST. ANDREWSLINE. CINCINIIATI.O t.s.a. or Sold lent by In plain Druggi.a wrapper.ST Avery

walk and closet, school ezpre.. prepaid. fur

f FierceVHil liii. XI). 1 . . . . . 114 15Trn :; ? $1 l 00. nr3l.nl llfjfj.75. (SUCCESSOR TO A" .!W t WOOLKOLK )
Tli- --<.> wild I.os of southern Coloradoshare 1- -,-.-.,-,--,-.tttwlt. .. --..; -.. ..<.i..u, -in-- Circular lout on reuat

with the peccaries of Central Mirance . . . . 3 (It) IBIPORTER StD JOBBER OF

nwl South America the reputation of 14S11-X. B. Cook, superintendent's I
: Tim Pensacol,1, Bf. Andrew and
I boms the fiercest. mot vmd.ctive: and !salary . . 100 00) fiulf ttennhihip Cl1mp lilY has fixed OPERA HOUSE HARD 1TARE.Iron :
1ls--:: .\. C. Bkmnt Jr.
:I loauhfsi: animals ( f the western: hemiVphcre. Il'rl the full'twing! schedule and rates to, .
They will follow tenaciously, Hem as member of board, GC (It) apply between Pen :lcoll and the !I -
Their Hvi5'; -Win. Johnson & Son, named I .1. )I. t'OI:, )IatlIg'l. NaiU. Axes, bltwlI' v Mill and Hteamboat, !
it out su en.'iuy.: points :
ui'I xtirvi
.
: : tree a supplies for sundry schools! 8 G') I \ Supplies\ Conkin? and H. > :s; UOVM, Paint, OilsWindow
\\I{ filiiis :>rv totuli. their vitality I is re1wrkaMe 145>12-Jiihn Scott, janitor bCHElU'LK. i' Glass Guns Pi tl-' aid FiliiD Tackle.

it;: and their teeth s-liurp as ra- school Xo. 1. . . . 40 0'') |'ONE 1(5HT ONLY, and Tinware' S- <> jfiirnishiii U K
" Thry travel in small droves and !Steamer Tarpon will leave Pensa- MAR. 6 Agate mid >Ii ; )
: yors. work
14SJ4: -Julia Milton, ; FJJIDAY,
cola: Tuesday night at 8:3: <1 I
every
r ,:, are ready: t<> : : anything, be it manor on well, school Xo. 17,. 10 7314S2H ; o'clock, after the arrival of the Mobile LrAOEXi:! FOR KIUMIKGHAM JiOLLINO MILL COMIANY3

r 1l1; Jx-ast that arouses thfir ire. Hunt -J. M. Coev.. c. Revere" Giant stitched Belting, Northampton Emery
train and the P. & A. accommodation 'You laugh, and laugh, and laugh,
[ ITS in southern Colorado always o!>- | paper school :\0. 1. . ;5 7011S21 train. Thi will enable a. and when you have finished laugh- \Vh.vl .... L 'Mn & Rind Powder Co., Johnson's Kil-

L JUTIV tin prwimtioii of stationing -I). :\Merritt, wood person to leave Mobile at 6 p. m.,' njr, you laugh at what you have: sonr ..". Iron Icing aud Buck Stoves and Rang;!, Wm
"t! lli. nwlxvill.in reach of a tree when for school Xo. 51 . 2 25: make close connection at Pensacola been laughing at."-:\ Y. Herald. Cou.ia & Co.'ri Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's

t f In the ucigi.lHii'htHHl of a drove.ICtulUiii. 14S.D: -James Ccralds: wood and reach Kt. Andrews the nexl --- ,--- --- I Made Railroad Colors.
. . 1 5014S25 I
for school Xo. 62 at 7 o'clock.
:!2'' -J. M. Cha\trs, wood morning RICH & HARRIS COMEDIANS, Masonic Temple @ Pcnsacola, Fla.

': for school Xo. 'ji'). . 3 00 P.ts'NGFIt; It.\TJ-S: ,
4g "1\a Starr U the great IItlJ..ut| ot '. wood Jno. C. Thos. H.
, 1'1 14S20;-J. \\ Norris, The passenger rate from Pensacolawill
. rpln.m in tin drama. for school Xo. 45 . . 3 0') be as follows :
t1l II **1 knox; that's why he wouldn't take .14S27-\\'. II. Smith, wood To St. Andrews and St. Andrew TIME TABLE.

.\:;' tuy play.hut." I for school Xo. CO . . 4 ilgerSul1i'an point?-JO 00; round trip $10. WISE RICEIn

' -\\ was the matter with your 14s2'l-_\ Lumber To Apulachicola'and Jurrabelle- LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-
'I
;,11! play?" Co., lumber, school $S 50; round trip $15. the Tremedous Laughing Hit, IN EFFECT DKCKMBKK 1. IWl

;I "IVliy. the hero had a surgical; operation Xo. i9. . . . 2 231417S ; These fares! include flrst-cias;

:: ;ij pcrformtil. and Ik Starr said: if it -U. B. Heine: lastpaynunt cabin, stateroom and meals. "AAEYOU New Orleans and Mobile.

n'' done at all it would have to be a on addition to Further information can be secure A MASON? ;
! was school Xo. 1. . . . SOl 51; by applying at the company's officei
: real operation: and he couldn't stand ;o.6. .. NO.!. I.
jtl i 14574: \\'. H. Kilbee, wood in the Thiesen building. >o. No.! No.1. No
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for that eight times a week."-\Yasli- The Success of two I j 7.15 a 12.is m 11:06 p Leave .... Peniacola _ArrlvtKlomaton 6IO a 4:01) p t'S S
:f.r: schools Xos. 7n and 74. 10 00 Comedy ..... ._,
tar
8:608 t'f: p l-M a Lpave Leave !:X5 a Sam p I T::!!> p
;h"f.1 i Ingtou 1'i IIICS. 14S4''(>--X. B. Cook for transportation Continents. j jOfEiial 11UU a .:t'! p 2:55 a L..ave_ .Mobile ___ Leave. l2iu'& 11:IS n :iIO'
.' 40 0014WC ..,-",- Htp: 7:80 a L"Vl! _N.w Or'.nlJ' ......e sat p 7:2S.
r, to Gainesville.
1)cducttun..4Xr4rT". Poilinly New Tort Cast :
'i ( : -A. V. Clubns. per North.No. .
.i' diem as member of board, 46 00 IHARPER1WEllSKTI I

" j 14ili-George McCain, janitor !
( school Xo. 1. . . 13; 00 Matinee and Night, !. No. 4. No. I No.1.I1OIipm .
If" SATURDAY, MAR / 12Iip m {..,8YIt ... Pensacola _Arrive 4:00pm 6:9) amS.ttpm
; Miss Mabel' Quinn, .
1453S
lt .. _
8:15 a m 8:57 pm Arnve Montgomery Leave 11:16 a m :
teacher's salary .. . :23:: 00 11:5 am 9H p m Arrive. Birmingham ...Laave 8.83amsajfpm 4U6pm
Feb. 0-By balance. . 4. 'ii: 51 7OIipm 5IOa m Arrlv&__Na hville __Ljt>_ve __.
First Presentation Here of JOSEPhARTHUH'S |II 2:3uam: e:13am Arrive _LoaUville$ Leave it. I"
I 1Oam t U:5\1am\ Arrive ..Cincinnati _Leave 8:00pm I ll:16pm
$5'i08 C7 : Beautiful |I 1:: 1 a m 1$1 p m "rrl" ... .."'t, IAal1 ....."leav,4.5 p m ":".'1 p m.
tl'f" Feb. 0-To balance. .'. . .i4.275 51I Melodrama, i I
/ ,,% r'rllethat the abostatement PEN ACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
%,..eatli 4 %
is cored as is shown by the minutes
No. :Jl-Dally No. 8-Daily I, No stop where time not shown I Xo. J-Dally l>'o. 25-Iisp
and treasurer's : __ I
.;. ,P report.X.. B. COOK, Lost River ii55 p m 7w a m L*&ve_Peniacoia.-Arrive 10:50 pm eeupm
Secretary and County Superintendent.The 11:15 night Tit ____ Bohemia_ It 10:!7 sos "
I 120": 1:18: II Ynlettra ___ 10:84 8:01 N
t/ nt3":: 1:11t" _Xwclmbla- 10:8 IX d
12:85" 1:25" Malat 10:28 6.46
best pill 'neath the stars and 1:1:811": 1:28": ___ Harp ___ 10:21 6:40: ..
U:50" T:86" _(IwIsVii7_ to baa 8.77
stripes; Direction of JULES MURRY. 11: .:W fJla" ".. ....._....Mlltnn It 10:10 t.ytJA> ..
the system and never 1:50 am _. II _Good Kang ..... _.. ..
It cleanses ..
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8'UI" Holts .
IM" B-S6 4.n
gripes. A Pastoral Love Story, !.!II It 8:10": MillIgan__ "' 1:20 4:11 ..
2:83" 1:11II" II ........Crelt"lew__ 1:11 4.00 "
Little Early Risers of worldly repute,, Physicians prescribe it Direct from its Phenomenal Run in 1:00": IM; II _De Land __ 1:66" 1It":
DeWitt's and take no New York. 1:21 It 8:18" .__ Mossy Head __ 11:601: to 1:18"
r' for
I Ask ..
II
UJI" 1:811" .DeKunlakHprtnit. 11:18" 1U:
substitute. for their most delicate 4:19 N ':H" ___._ Argyle .__ ':H.. 1:11"
Tin Detective deduce that 50..PEOPLE..50Malrniflcent 4tO' ':61' _Ponce de LeoI11:211" !:II"
you i i A small pill easy to buy, easy to take patients.OLD Aoo" 10:10' __Welt"lIIe..... ':11"' 1.6".
hive one or more small boys at your Scenery 1:0iI": 11):11' __ CaryvllleKoulfay ':12 to it. '
Louse. and easy to act, but never failing In and PURE.For Thoroughbred 1.11I" 10:10' U _. 1:66 In":
; results. DeWitt's Little Early Ris- Horses; Bicycle Rtce, Old Toll 1:00" 10.47 II _.ChlpleyCottondale_ 1:31" 114 "
The Client-Wonderful! How JIJ: Bale byDannheisser (Gite Con">tr.7 Orchestra 8:10" 1Iff" _-. _.... '. ':18" 12:'") nook
yon fasss UCl'Jcatoruericln.. I ers arouse the secretions and act asa sibept .rda, Etc. 1:00 It 11:25" U _Marlanna 1:00" 12:14 "
1SO" 11:46 It 1 1:88" 11.tf lID
tonic to the liver, curing permanently. : Cypress
| Bros. -
PRICES Matinee 25 and 50 1tO.: 11: 2" _Orand Kldje. 6:112" ma
cent
Hargis Pharmacy, John Sheppard h '. It
T:68 U: 6 noon __ Uneadi __ 6il 10:50T'
FoleyHoneYandTar j Sidney Kahn. Night, 25, to, i5c and $1. SlA' 12:1A" Arrlteitlyerlunotlon ..LuTe 6:10 It I 1U.; "

cures colds prevents pneumonia.


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THl'-DAILY NEW8I PENSACOLA,..FLORIDA,-THURSDAY.-MARCH 6,- IOO3 -

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The Slmploa T B-cl.

000 oOOo oOOo 0000 oOOo oOQoi The Simplon tunnel In Italy when finished -

tiThiui IL g Doing a Large win be fourteen miles long, twice CurseOF .'

FROM THE the length of the Mont Cents and five

Businessusually miles longer than the St. Gothard tun

=- rt i DEAD LETTER nel. It will cost almost $14,000,000 and

,- A, -- !: __ means assuming large will be completed by 11)05.) Considerably

I OFFICE | risks safe more than one-half was finished zl
-too large to be a
By
One mouth of the tunnel -
last summer.
rt o
r' ( 'k1.t 4'I Q JAMES SPENSER '8Coptfrfg7if burden upon an individual which is being driven through the DRINKCURED tL

v. _- t\ o 1X. 6tf the 0 estate.: Alp on the line of tho Milan "railroad .

o S. S. XcClwt Oimpany o Wise business men carry is at Isella where 0,000 men are em

8ooocoooooooooooooooooooc8The special insurance to relieve ployed. lietwmi there and Arona the iypresent

I I't' terminus of the Milan road, a t ')' i

: ;f doctor bad told young James their personal estate of this connecting link is building.; Four thou WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.sand .

Ridgely to hunt up a quiet place and risk. All such will be interested sand men are at work in the tunnel Itself. : \'
4\7:1 cI
t give himself; six weeks' rest, and in "A Banker's Will," The greatest handicap to the work :.'0 tlllCe, No wor. tan be gam in gauoj 1 .

.Cressville was the locality selected containing the instructions ofa is the increasing heat in the tunnel. iratertta or to/ft without pali<'At', Liuncledge. '.. f!

i The young man found himself the only New York Bank President to It Is ,necessary to have powerful refrigerating the White dl.."Ribbon."" appetite R"med1111l1 for alcoholic cure or deitroy itlmu- fj \. .- ;
apparatus constantly I running. lantl.betber patient a confirm e'
stranger in the village. his trustees regarding invest.
Thousands of gallons of water flow out Inebriate a tippler," loclal drinker or l ldrunkird. .f!.
While he proceeded to rest the villagers ment of his personal estate.A at the south euiVThis Is used to furnish Imponble Lor anyone to Dare an \
appetite tor alcobMlc liquors after )
I proceeded to size him up. At f 1,000,000 policy is another insurance motive power and compress air for White Ribbon Remedy using .h. )11, t

: the end of a week Josiah Flint, who romance of special application to men ., the drills. The entire work is aJranc- Indorsed by Members of \\'. C. T. V. !1. '."
ilL could tell the difference between a potato of affairs, described in "The Largest : jt'.r, k
7
\ ; II iA1iI Annual Premium.Send i lug rapidly. Mrs. Moor.press superintendent ol Wo- I.
: buyer and a lightning rod man to-day for both pampHim. the Invalid. menUs Cbriattaii Temperance Union. Ventura ; ,
'alirorDlarllt's "! have tested
(
1 bit! rankt : .
I forty rods away, announced that Le first Company-I* A...,.. In chronic Invalidism the patient v"> bite Kibboo Kfiuedy on very obstinate 4 ,
5 4g SlSSiaS was satisfied. Young Ridgely belongedto Firstn Amount raid Policy-holJen.: contact with 1 drunkard-and the cures bare been many. } if.
in
that to
feels tome jl
S--LrT__ *_J5 r- -_.-* _rT__-_ zl _p-r>_ first-1 Age. In many cagpi tbe Remedy was gIven secretly. "
I neither class mentioned, said Josiah,, INSURANCE lives unbounded by four walls, with 1 cheerfully recommend and In*
THE MUTUAL LIFE Members of
Ribbon Remedy.
dorA White
---i the of a banker and therefore with interest
but was son normally,
living
pooplt
0, .. v our Union are delated to find an economical -
:: COMPANY NEW YORK 4
a perfect gentleman. OF of others instead of his own petty treniinent to aid us In our temperance ,
"SHE WAS BRED INOLDKENTUCKY. RICHARD A. IkCvuuv,President. work." I
: His announcement was followed b)' round is an emancipation.Ordinarily j '.
Druggists or by mall, Jl'! Trial package
chitchat of trifling
sT- that cf Miss Ruth Williams, who was I Nassau, Cedar, William & Liberty the J }
events Ii what brightens the Invalid, free by writing Mrs. A. M. Townsend (foP
had hei / I :
satisfied. Miss Ruth soon
also Y.
Streets. NEW YORK, N.
I in ))1i1IfI1AYL1WIt1i1I1TEWL. not of Woman's Christ !
twenty-fifth birthday.! She was tiatlaughter but a careful guard should be kept years secretary a :
CKCllt WILIiCOX )iana:.:er. to overtax either by length of stay or ain Temperance Union. 218 Tremont ;.
of a po<.r but proud widow .
Jacksonville Fla. by effort to Teep up the conversation. St, Boston, Mass. Bold In Pensacolaby "
BEAR & CO., DISTILLERY ISTRIBUTORS, PENSACOLA, FLA. She herself was also poor but proud i
TheMow did dresMiinkln: ; and mil T. C. WATSON & CO., D'strict Manager In the 5101I'l1l0U3 months or yean Hannah Bros..21 Talafox St ii.tie .

Pensacoli. Fla. of hopeless; illness some effort should ___ t
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Utoil hir daugh -- u -- n -
lincry and was a : by made to bring In people.human J

V asative gromoCjres Quinina A: I'1l CQ'ox.on every ti-r. *-thins l'<'or to but earn proud their people bread must and but ilsom < She had arranged it so. The mothei nature forces the needs mind its to kind brooding.and seclusion This is FENNYROYAL CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PILLS it )r.

a Cold; in One Day Grip i:12 Days(9. 25c tr r. had pone to take home a dress, with often forgotten by those ho surround J l.l,;.|lrI'mnHI kmnlncw J.

It was Mls I Ruth's opinion that tli (order to "hang out" as long as pos patientufferer with every physical .... .'.''1\'. 10: CItICIII'ei ii': t.o.t.L1SU .1.
a ..... .....
IiIi Ul t.ol.l BWtlllK "
_. '" young and good looking;: stranger waa sible. It was an ideal evening for a comfort and care, but who do not. realiz -. it"'a-\'' -.tb.'..r..L 1 RL...0,11... Ref..<. :, :
J.C.VAN PELT. iui!:wt)!: h.-ir nn'that he ought to b proposal" nnJ KutU UivKtc the subject the outsideworld ."1 l)awr..II.. .lIb.llluU.. ...d... I..ta'I..
from
what breath I.L 'hu. Hu,of I" .I.s.
FELT.VAN '
J, A VAN i jour 'i'' or II f I
mailc to ft'il at li'iniclnrn>sMllle'liIlaitin into tv.-onty-four parts nud worked evuy would do for the mind Wullv' .....'I..II.II.rr.It..ullor.b'..... ,,' ......1.... T..I.1o... f

\\ : :; to Lc "Jico i \ PELT BROTHERS. daily _
has grown so weary .n >i i.i I klFknl I k mU.I I ,
I t-t IwkoJ' up fruui her wurk to add; was In \'nln. however. The nearest '1......,'...";" .t..dl.. "'".u,.. 'II L"_ ....

"Ruth fou arc twcntr-five rear s the \niui2- man could bo cot to an' "..

GARDEN STREET GROCERS, oli" I roah the lanjrous pubjttt was an

"Well you needn't throw it in my illiItn th.itben he pot: muril'lIll' !The
Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of face," was the reply."You should have hollyhocks in his front : Star Laundry,

ought; to get married." yard. When lu finally left he said he .11

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, -Will?" might write and PS the words were ac- Biggest Busiest Best I i iS t

"Set your cip for the stranger." winpnni by a fci;h Ruth felt that ;

Fruits, Nuts, and all the Delicacacies of the Season. "I'm Join to." sho was till ju.-tifu-d in hoping on. I.
Phe did. !She had been setting; her A. wevk: na!>hwl, and no letter came.
Oar (Hoods are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting the cap for various! and divers; uicn sInce Then a second w,t'k followed. At the I

Best Freshest and Cheapest. she was twenty, and If she hadn't met end of that time Ruth understood howit They S Seak I5:
.
with lurk it ua> not her fnult. It haJ was. A letter had :arrived but had (<

i. III ways happened that they died or pot been suppressed by Betty Sweet who I

VAN PELT BROTHERS marrii'd to some one else or had to was, of course, determined to prevent

Leave Cr 's>TillL' to avoid the sheriff. a ninrriage. In another week it was (for The.selves i. *.\.

TELEPHONE NO. 231 .* .... .* 31 EAST GARDEN ST. The young man who had come to rest public gossip that Betty had tampered ***
his nerves took long morning walks. with the mails. She denied it. of ,' '*
We let the Shirt Collars ;I
Uuth Williams found out alnmt it from course. Some one thought It his dutyto ,
r the innkeeper's daughter; and took nKunrKe write Washington about It, and It and Cuffs we Launder speak for .t

stroll. She took it In just the finally came about that an inspector themselves They will talk louder '4f :

Classified Advertisements. direction and just at the time to he arrived in C'ressUlle and proccitled to Lauwecan. We want to be Judged i

rescued from an old lame bore by Inspect. noieoy the work we do than by i

young Kidgi'ly.! He laliei: forward Ruth Williams had lodged no formal what we say. II,
like a hero ail boat tlib oM horse ImcU cOnJl'lulnt.11 silo had said or would ,
mill Miss Until duly I'Xl1rrSSl'll her ,"' ,
say was:
ONE CENT A WORD. .
gratitude nUll almost minted awny. It ")lr. Kidgely was to write me. lie
ALL WORK c. o. D. Free
.,, Goods CalM for and DelM ,
auspicious licjrimiins.; nan written.'hat has becomeof
\1 n1? nn ; tnu>t !
I.. 'l'. In three .lajs more It was the talk ofCresvlfle tlu> 1-tterV TJELEPHOUE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. I m. i!:
WANTED-:Men to learn barber !l: Iuthl11Jm"! hail 1 forced to
tlat > The InsMftor was spend .
l.o.q I' I ;' (':llIvapd.b'lcked trade. Tool., diploma*, position "cai>tuul" the 5trun er. They went, several' days in iisteninR and qncstiouimr. WALKER INGRAHAM Manager. )J '
""II'lillll% >j nam... and board given graduateShort ,

1 1 "1' ten in iudeliole) time required by our methods of I I '- I I ., l..l. lie....*might 41..* -------1 have doubled I..4-----.Ii the,.,, .... ; ;
., '. for the steady practice, txpert instructions i U.IJS 11.1U 11UL IUV.- .
'J .
: retli .
\. He. Catalogue muled free. 51'IVt'l the niybttry. It returned to m1iiii "._..,_.e._.,,._...- -- ;_-- ...;=-""' ...;.,' -'.o,_....-...-..'-- MDEALEIIS I j
I '- 11. II. or E. "I I_._'". "-0"----- - - t..'_- --.. _.. .. _- .. _- ,.. -- -.,,"_- -. .---I'l It
letter ,0
of C'rossvilk n -
I I' J. K. Clement No. Moler ISatber College, 12tt Carun- \ luth111ilIIS IJ! Lii 1.E I
i 2if-tf delet street New Orleans, Li. that bait IHH-II nnsilircctctl to 1iss 5
i- i-i i.
l "- =--=-= = RuthVilhmti.s of fopobvillo. SheiIl.flt'41 :{ Roberts & Dailey.tf, ; 1ItI
E
WANTED- Omrepupiis in "Black ,[) .
( it in the presence of the Inspector ..Jl
and tiitc" Hy this a'ny
MONEY TO LOAN one can learn to draw ayetem anything and fifty of the interested- IN -

thy wish, any =iz!!. Even childrenten lajcers. It was from young Ridgely, I : :I
01' : uable terms and old learn. and it read: ; t
i f : years can Every I l f
CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY |
v. ...i I ,it'", ;v, pupil; uidt T3P3 it. Come in and My Dear Miss Ruth-One of my sleeve GROCERIES ,
..1.V.. HULLARD .otfor yourself. Oti A. Miller links has been missing! since my return. 1
::- :'\.11 i : l' 1'iiif.ix Up'Stairs.J :: : ; btudio in Sin-bury fluildiIlt.I i __ !tL r,, / 1 Di<111')6e It on the pUzz.i the loot evening U: New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. "
? little town?
restful
of stay In jour '
.\, WlL-soN, Manager.: 41 1 tu -f my
With kind taombrancea: to aUf [|j FRESH SUPPLY OF (: 1.
( ; ,
EXCHANGE-Any one wanting a m "This b nut i-\actlr a proiiosal. said .
MONEY TO LOAF \ summer home in the mountains WVh the Inspector as the letter was read.Niti .
"
can exchange property in Florida )," replied the blushing Ruth. fij'; : RALSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS W'lJ 'j j :[

(10 ,- '. I I. 1-.l1or- value | OF ALL KINDS, II*
fur
t-.wa'on"1 or Pouth (Oeorsii: qual "ISut it may lead to one and. while .
,
'. t : .t. L alt iu A1lu.vill., N. C. Will trxdbupup I congratulate you on tho one hand jjl FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. i: ""
1 i' ,:'"rty. Uiuiufeij: prit.rt.ey ( : ;
A. )
to flU.UWorle.Otis(! Miller () lt .
I ,'f" ", -" giarant.ed. on the other I think you all owe an t<] .

}I' .! x M. A. A. Fi.hH. S-ihiburv, Block, Pensacola.14flm i apology: to Miss Swirl." :; ROBERTS & DAILY :.:., L .

2m tf '1 .t
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1.0 1t .-..%l...J,;. o.n..aorc> X.X.IL. I!jj 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. I() I iI
1Ie Ka iii Hare ,
MOM I \ ,0< JO.\X-\\ H. Meriw '- -- I sari the 'd1QlI t
= ihouc I..H.; 1'1'1I1'\I'ula l'Ia. ;
ttt
FOR I.EThe most desirable) ; :
: !L 1.1 Aieut. Money to lots in the I '11r! ?-. I.. _.. ; ; .. ;' .; .q .:, .
on terms by i"v.
city
easy ". _-_ ; = ,
.'. '" 1"1'1 i. ible rate of interest the Fi-.her Heal Estate Agency 4.MlJp ",,,-0-.o' ,..',--"O--A'. .'_- -0..,0-- -.0! -_ 00! ._,o-.,.

:1 J',4 I"- II I-I l'ra"II'I..tI'P..t.l'llrltomct; 112 and 2( 4li :South: Palafox.. 18alm gin's, (lie: ::Drst /or 5c. 1
--- ---- -

.hAiR, GU') US. 5 "% 7S HALL & KLEIN
Mi > r\ In J.KND: on unproved -- ----- fe f, h :
; m HAHAII gEm E-Januf.1c. Fort Barrancas, Fla., March 6, 1903. ,
u > MI Urire or small :
'. tuner and dealer iu Hair Goods, Sealed in will
proposals, triplicate ,
1' i t"W rate of interest.t :
Hat;;. Toilet Article. Hair Oil 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. I4C
'
i "-01" K: ISruoks, attorney 9'N 'be received until 11:30:: a. m. April 4, '
..te., 32'J West Government street, 1,.
Fishf'r3.111m1 ;
'11 -. PuUfoxSt. .
t ,, < I 1 ... | lM)3! )::, for constructing Electric Lighting -
I
I For .' 'nt.-- I S'stem.ort 1'ickens Fla. U. S. Staple' and Family Groceries

il"\l I \ I' '-\Y-Do| you uetd'ii : FOR RENT-In opera house bnild- BE DASHED FORWARD LIKE A HERO AXD : reserves right to reject or accept any

\ can borrow any irgon ground floor, one store and BEAT THE OLD HOUSE HACK. lor all proposals or any part thereof. I
Select Meats Etc. in
,i w.nit today on Paslstrktts oticeonsojouu; lloor three ullic..,;. riding and walking tcgUliiT. She oxLibited Information furnished on application. Vegetables, Tins.
\vf-t anywhere fthtIJ !
i him to the neighbors/ and held 1 Envelopes! containing proposals
'II unproved city real I Poultry Eggs; and Country Fraduce.
.
':. \Vm. fisher, 204},: r\. unrdinl-t' HOUHU.KOAUUINU lt'r poor but proud Lead higlivr than should be marked "Proposals for
. v t. lu-tl e\er I. ';'ore. At tie end of the second 1: Electric Lighting" addressed W. E.
1I0U lat Wheeler week they wire supposed to be inpaged. Telephone 358.
-- --
Springs, Mary E-ther, Fja. Mrs I Cole, Q. M.
If anybody had denied the ru-
_ JF \. l ;\ : to borrow money, in- Condon, proprietre-s. All the ;: asserted that M C, 7, 9. 10.-A 2, 3.iWEEKLY -. ,
would have been
\ ni"r, it '
'i-ure your property comforts of home at very reasona I -
: uf title, buy or j'oung Ridg(ly had sat with her on the ]i
i :icts hie rate Northern tourists will
ROYAL STANDARD
m-, rent property ol tied thi an ideal place to spend a front piazza two successive evenings I : \\VllISKEY
,
CIlBUULJ
!
,. t'.in. have rents cul- portion of the ?11
: ur taxes. attended to, I --- -- -- "Ruth. have jou pot hlm n'kl'dthp.I FOR STEAM DIVISION a Tears Old l in Cases of 4 Full Quarts at S3 20 .
caseWHISKEYh
!lreTuoi.-.. C. WaUouK _iU'. ; .1( \ .\.l.. mother as the rumors readied her ear IfECritiOT1it7sl'RAILWAY per -
-- 'I/S'\COLA
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,
-cola, Kla. Charges to 11)3 West Governmentstreet "I FE'Huth, don't let him petawny. leave Peniaoola for (he Lit THIS distilled at the Nelson Co.
who
.I'o everyone will biyso opposite Expre ollice, ." i'1! Bayou. Big Bayou, arr1Dllt0:1,:'''7 } a' _. ., Distillery an1 U fully matured in wood
If \\ lend iiiOuey 81-ii where he is prepared to clean, repair Ruth didn't mean to; but. alas young and fort Barrancai at before-bottling. it is absolutely pure and not ex.

-- to build a hou-se. and press ladies' and irentlemen'toiior men will stray. Untie Jason Davis' IQ'IJO 6:30: t.m.-rrlve at at Fort Fort Barnneaa Barrancas 10 TU.i: lye
madest'l' 16j3inllltllfOll : a.m.art no matter where produced. The Royal (Standardis
but he Barranoai l:46p a
was postmaster: at Cressulle. as 1 loo p.m.arrive at Fort
arrive at Fort Barrancai ':111 p t eighty ears old when bottled, and, considering -
SiSO m.
\\'A?s'rl n. rheumatism and his p.
- .- ,1 IP''t was in bed with fie D.m.-rrlvt al fort Barrancai TOOp t its excellent quality: is the cheapest whiskey iD 1
- --- ---- V him his Mi!'!s Barrancai 8iflp.t
"" wife had to nur! niece '*:00p m arrive at Fort the market at that price. As a beverage, and as
MAKE
II HOW TO MONEV We Fort Harranoa.'or Pease
.. VOUG1EX Jnm offer : B,tty Sweet, came over fror.1kron to Train leave an absolutely pure stimulant, there ia none better. '
an investment oolaat
-I' l'' ( 'tiuty at once to pre- by you two Trut companie-guaranteed Itmay : help out in postal affair She was a TI5t.m. arrive at Peniaoola_. 800.. a I% Snipped in cases containing no marks whatever to
- '-itioim in the Govtrnurn and good lucking. Pen acola-J1.0 p.o [Ii&&1 Indicate contents. If ,
, :' mike! you rich. This Is no girl of tWf'ntS' fairly lli p m. arrive at purchaser upon examining
Apply to She didn't set her cap for the strancer, Juo p. m. arrive at Pen 6Oola1.011. j tbe whiskey, is not eatjpfied with the quality he
scheme or fake. Send $2.00 for .__ 5:49
:" r :Mite: Corns. Just, 6-00 p m arrive at Feo & : p a
calls at tLe postoffice he became Pen 6Oola- Tl5p. can return thp same at our expense and money
nveltmpntLJertiticate. If you are but in his T:co p. m.an Ive at
Cedar I
Hapid1:1.d&wlm: not sati-fied upon investigation: we acquainted with her and at '8:46 p.m.arrive at Peniaoola........ (:11I D. will be refunded.
tiatardayionly All orders should be accompanied by either .1
will rive you your money back. lentfh asked her to po boat riding, : on ,--- -
WAN FAB FOB WIBK DATS.i _-1GMTmuoLD_ currency, postoffice money order, bank draft or
ex-
11! : Weltner & Dunn. Fiscal Agents, 60 and the widow -
char- She went
cvveralpt-rMJiisof the mill pond. i, Peniacola to Fort Barranoai and retora tj"< r-1' presa money order. We refer to First National
: it jt'oJ reputation iu each Broadway, New York.H. !laid aside the hat she was trimming pen!acolatoNavy Yard and return..... iti Bank or merchant in Pensacola.
,. Beech and return InI any
in this county required) : Peniaoola to Palmetto --1AJ
to to her daughter:
say
umbrella
ALFMAX maker, 315 ICHIDCDl. _
MI and advt'rtli'e old es-' SOS DAT
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i wealthy bu-iiiess hou-e South Palafox street. Recovering "Ruth that chit of a girl must be 1 WbAQ ....tbar parmiti tee rannlnf c : S. A.

n''lnci.1: : -taiiding. Hihry aud repairing of umbrellas and crus hNI." I open conchri.Leav 0 T _' FRIEDMAN

w kt.. wth addi- parasols: a specialty.: Silk covers "I shall crush her" replied the Pensacota. Lv Port Barraa.i'
fxpen-es 10 I
c
& m.
: .J ill d "'.,lIl.. in ca.h always; on hand. jan 3 daughter.Cut; 11 a.m.I. m. 'J.S1 .,i SOL PROPRIETOR. PENSACOLA, FLA. ,

Wednesday; from h..adi .. Hetty Sweet refused to be 1 p. m. JP-m. i
: i ;;" and cMrnac" fur- 'I __-_- -::-:- __ crushed and young; Ridgcly refused todevote .: I Ip.m". m 'p.m P-m- nissi P. O. BOX 418. TKLKPIIOXK; 179 .

R, u !l&CpillrRtter-I CARNIVAL COsTUMES-Ia vel his entire attention to either J P'm iSS'I : I IIi
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" ; ', '" !-ef-uaclres! <>d enriio. I vet. Silk Satin: and other materials : He was having a mild flirtation to assist I i 6p.m.. Tp.m.FABBrea .. : ._t a-A rILr0MAN. j ,

II .: 11| Co., CjxtfuC" I I can be rented at Mrs. E. D. the recovery of his nerves, and sn.m. 0oTfeniaoolato ,. 'I handle every cla?' of Liquors gold. In ::1
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"&-__.- 1. !):>b4w Xonl.trom' Millinery Store. AlsoMasks. time passed pleasantly.On orl Barraneai Bar bulk 'Ir bottle wholesale or retail, at price!* that )
V I False Nose' "*, Witrs and evening previous! to his departure \ard and returu_.____ are way down. f1''
the A
xr klnd4 of empty beer Hair Goods at No. 11 Eit Intendeaeia. eaiaoola to Palmetto Beaaa a.rulnrn.
I Friedman.: u9-tl 1 street, near PlbfJx.: he sat on the piazza with Ruth ____ IHo w AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER. ,
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i THE DAILY NEWBi PENSACOLA! FLORIDA: THURSDAY. -', MARCH- IS, 1903'F '

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j Young DrummersWe WILL SUPPRESS SUSPENSIONSOF FEET- FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY-


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f HEWS NOTES
SATURDAY
want every Industrious boy and girl to GREAT EVIL POLICEMENTWO ,

become drummer for "OOOD U'CK" BakingFvwdar. L ,

: It can be made very profitable to them. -- -"

Call at once on'all of your married asters, During the lenten season it is difficult HARCH
BOOTBLACKS AT THE DEPOT OFFICERS WERE ORDEREDTO 7th.
cousins,aunts and friends auf ask them to nave for the housekeeper to select ar-

.,, you the section from the "<.OO1 LUC1: \ -HAVE TO BEHAVE THEMSELVES REMAIN IDLE UNTIL THEIR ticles for the table that are in keeping

can*. Get your mother to explain the matterto HEREAFTER.Dan CONDUCT COULD BE INVESTIGA.TED. with the occasion and at the same Is Positively the Last Day of Our Monster

you thoroughly. time inviting to the palate. Sol. Cahn

has foreseen this, and saved'all trouble -

t Richmond, Virjiala. Johnson, a street urchin who by laying in a full stock of everything ODD AND END SALE

forms one of a gang that makes life Last night when Captain Milton to tempt the most exacting and

...'.''''.'.'.....'... will se'"rve you on the shortest possible
unbearable about the depot, was put Frank reported for duty he was serv-
i .i.ii notice. 80:: YOU HAVE A FEW MORE DAYS
ed TO
on the street for 60 days this morningfor by Marshal Credille with a noticeof

SOCIAL ECHOES | j his suspension, implying that he YET AVAIL YOURSELF OF THE
some of his acts about the platform SAILORS WERE UNRULY OPPORTUNITY
i I had violated rules of the police depart-
of the Union dePot. LAST NIGHT. OF OBTAINING
.......................... ment and must remain idle until his
Johnson was cautioned to behave conduct could be investigated by the Bluejackets from one of the battleships -
Mrs. Bleeker Forbes entertaineda
himself and keep off the platform with board of public safety. who were given shore leave last '
few friends informally last evening,
his shoe polishing apparatus.. When Capt. Frank accepted the paper tendered afternoon for twelve hours became FINE
to meet her guests of honor tire Misses
Booker. the officer delivered this warning the him by the marshal and his very disorderly toward midnight anti \VEA R

saucy negro impudently answered that place was filled by Patrolman Con quite a number penitently faced Mayor

Miss Choate is at home again aftera other policemen allowed him to shineon nors, one of the oldest officers in point Jones this morning. The one who

pleasant visit to Tampa, as the the platform and he was not goingto I Hof service on the force. That officer was fined the heaviest was a black ...AT SUCH...

guest of Mrs. Perry G, Wall. She also stop now." Officer Etheridge was I'I has been acting captain every night named Brooks who said It was his first

visited :St.: Augustine on her way the one who cautioned the black ana I+| this week. time in an American part in three
I
homo.Mrs.. he related the occurrence to the mayor | Shortly after taking his beat Patrolman years. Crooks did not know how to I FJHENOMENALa

this morning. Officer Etheridge's Schmitz was served with a noTice
I conduct himself and beat a '
negro girl j
William Fisher the hostess
was I statement was supplemented by one : that he stand suspended until i n'1mediamie Smith. lie was charged RICES.MEYER .
of a beautiful luncheon of I
very seventeen ; from Mounted Officer Parker who in- 'I[ certain alleged infractions of the police I $lv; for it. The Smith ?"irl and two I ...
covers yesterday in honor of her -
formed His Honor that the crowd of rules his investi- -
on part could be : others were arrested with Brooks and
guests, Mrs. She-flail and Miss Arm i
urchins are unbearable when trains !] gated. The charges against Schmitz I were fined $10 each. I SHOE"CO.
Fining of Atlanta. The handsome
\arrive. | are for conduct unbecoming an officer, Four other bluejackets were in the 'I ,
rooms were artistically decorated with
Mayor Jones had previously boon but the specifications were not learn- I dock. Two of them were taken down !

beautiful potted plants. The table : told of these worthless negroes and'I cd. It is stated that his acts Tuesday I by Special Officer Ray and Sanders, Feet Furnishers for ('ab Only
was in the shape of a large crescent, I
the sentence of Johnson will probably I evening have brought about his sus after a stiff fight. The pair were un 103 SOUTH PA7.AFOX .STUKST-
white and the prevailing color -
green ; have the effect of keeping others of pension. The marshal said this morning able to navigate under a lot of liquor >
:;. The whiteness of the !
snowy I the gan, off the platform. that he had preferred no charges they had taken on.
damask was relieved by lace centerpiece :I against Schmitz. $10 in every case. They were fined \\J\.A\\j\JUU\j\AI\JI.JVa-\ \ \ (\ I\J1 !\ '\.. (\ t111'111'11111.lrl.'IIIII \ '. ?

and smaller pieces I 'thr
over green Working Overtime. Charges against Frank are serious, : ?

silk, while here and there were small any of which if substantiated would, A Double Blunder !i
] baskets of almonds Eight hour laws arc ignored by
and
green green candy and white candies tied ,with those tireless, little workers-Dr. in accordance with police rules, call There are persons in every commu- j THE NEW STORE i

King's New Life Pills. Millions are for his dismissal. The specifications pity who in the social circle have an'
some colored ribbons. At each
cover include conduct unbecoming an officer astonishing talent for ,
saying and doing
and
always at work, night day curing
was a lovely place card on hand-paint -
Constipation insubordination, and refusing to the wrong thing. One of these un- j
ed clover leaf with Indigestion, Biliousness,
done
guest's name
obey certain orders given. How well fortunate gentlemen, at in''

in guilt. The exquisite appointmentsof Sick Headache and all stomach founded any of these charges are remains London, once said to a Lord reception North, '!
silver and cut glass added to the Liver and Bowel troubles Easy, I

dainty effect. In the center of the pleasant, safe, sure. Only 2c; at W. to be seen when the board "Who is that uncommonly ugly lady !< GRAY l GOODMAN & RIDER

t cresent was a bowl of white carnal A. D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 S. meets to inquire into the matter. opposite to you?" That uncommonly I' I (i

tions, surrounded with smilax, from Palafox street.REPORT. It Is known that there is not an ugly lady, sir, is my wife "No. my !I ,

ounce of love lost between the mar lord," said the querist, "I mean the CZII .
1 :;:
which rose a slender vase filled with
shal and the captain, and friends of one at her right." "That, sir, is my }SWILL OPENw1Tuesday :
, long stemmed white carnations and I II
both officials trouble of daughter
expect a more
ferns; smaller vases of these graceful ON ..:
serious nature before the bitterness I
+ flowers were placed here and there, NEW EXPRESS

and midway to the points of the crt>s. I, concludes finally. I March 3
MILITARY Marshal Credilledeprecatcs the idea SERVICE PUT ON'
cnt were silver candelabra daintily '
of the fight having become so prominent
shaded with green silk shades. The I' I Beginning yesterday an ad.itional'! ,
I but says that he is right and will
color scheme was carried out as far express service was put on the P.A. '
I + do all sorts of bad things before he
I AT 10 .\. ::\1.
as possible in the dainty lunch of OF ADJUTANT. division, a messenger having been
ANNUAL PAPER retracts an inch from the position he _
eight courses. The delighted party despatched on train No. 21, leaving "
GENERAL FOSTER IN HANDS OF : has taken.
w'reIrs.. William Fisher, Mrs. Sheft-- for River Junction at midnight. This aC

all, Miss Armstrong Mrs. Massey, PRINTER AND WILL BE OUT I It Saved His Leg.P. I service was decided on lately, the EVERYBODY IS INVITED TO CALL AND

Mrs. I... Hilton (;rp'n.Irs.. W. A'I SOON. A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ga., I messenger to leave the city on Xo. 21 ,

liloimt. Mrs. Dishman. Mrs. llyer, Mrs.Abercromlie suffered for six months with a frightful i land return on train Xo. ::, at G"i O .INSPECT OUR STOCK.
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P ] Miss Roberts.m. Miss I running sore on his leg; but p. m. daily. Messenger Kcnncll was ', ... ...

Tharin, Miss D.'nhamIIS5 The Tallahassee Capitol of yesterday writes that BucUen's Arnica Salve sent out last night.

Miss Lewis, Miss Chaffin, Miss Mal-I contains the following which will wholly cured it in five days. For Cor. Palafox and Intendencia. = -
olry, Miss Mary Chaffin. Ulcers, Wounds, Piles, it's the best Special communication of Escam- :
I be of interest to members of Pensacola's salve in the world. Cure gauranteed. Ida Lodge No. 15. F. & A. :'It. 7SO p.

Mrs Penham Mrs. H. II. Thornton, Only 23; cts. Sold by W. A. D'Alem- m., Friday, March 6th. Work in l:. :
crack
Miss Daisye flyer and Miss Taylor military companies: berte, druggist, 121 South Palafox A. Design. W. D'C. Kessler WmNmmmMMYNPENSACOLA

Adjutant-General Foster's report fore street. Harry Gibbs, w. M. '
were entertained on the Kearsareyebteniay.
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the year 19U_ is now m the; hands VII I -
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the printer, and will be ready to send TWELVE DESERTERS ? I Jackies Still Missing ;j Ira 7
The regular monthly mooting of the I I SATURDAY
out in a few days. It contains much FROM STEAMSHIPS. Newport News, Va., March\ 4.-The ,
Daughters;:; of the King;:; will be tomor I
1 'interesting data relating to the military 1 battleship Maine is coaling preparatory -
row (Friday afternoon, promptly at Deputy MarshalsVhorton and | ,
d four o'clock. It is the desire of all : organizations of the State. O'Xeal last night gathered in twelve I\ to sailing for Pensacola and will'' GENTRY BROS. FAMOUS SHOWS I

i During the past year special attention ]probably leave here to-morrow. With
t t finish business in time for the af- white seamen who had deserted the ;
been devoted to 1 the exception of the three seaman who'
has instituting a
;"f < --noon service at Christs:: dumb A I steamships in harbor. Their unlawful
[ of work 'I'were returned to the ship by the ,
thorough police
more system paper
i ill attendance i is earnestly desired. I leave from \essels was reported to
the and much time the runaway Jackies have not
was
I among troops ,
the deputies! by masters and the officers I
Mr. lintIrs.. Raymond Bc'l!), whoa spent' in inspection of same. I been located, and a reward is offered
requested to look them up an'll
have l'cn'isitin:; Mr. Hell's motheron OUT 7fii'0 worth of clothing and for their capture. Descriptions of ,
jail them until the ships were ready to |
East Romana: < street, left for stores were received from the general I twenty of the missing men have boon .
: | got away. The dozen were picked up ] \ ar t fl
{ ShreuportA.t <>n the 11:03: train government and distributed amuns; filed,I at police! headquarters by theship's r 1 .
i II last night and jailed until the vessels j
last night They formed happy General Fos- officers.
: many the soldier i bt .s. Among from which they deserted are ready

acquaintances while on their \isit.. [ u-r'a recommendations may be men- I to loa\e. Those captured were John i I

ti,'lwd: I !->IIl'nCECarl Petersen, Alexander Hudson (:
J. S. Durham, the barber,
' spent a :, That a new military cod be adopted -, II. lk for, Karl: Katson: and C La1annia. I MARITIME
few days on business in Tallabissee :, \ They are in the county jail.Rejected i i
t and a new military! law he passedto
k U. this:: week. I
Ii embrace the following featuring: I -
i iI Sailed.
Messrs. 11. Kohn P. ll.ium and R. I A brigade organization, with a brig- I!

; lloog; business men from Montgomery, adier-general and appropriate staff. I f forInsurance Span ss Junio. Zavala Marseilles. '
I Span ss Cracia Luzarraga, Liver-
'.'jt I arrived at the Merchants last after- I i An increase in the personal staff ot pool.
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m)4JU.anll. saw the battleships today. i the Commander-in-chief, by the addi-
Cured
'J''l I'' i tion of at least eight aide-de-camps. At I i Vral'.i'm' KanilN.

f I LIFE A DERRICK. present the personal staff is limited to I Many waiters have Lands that are

i ; I, two. I Then Accepted. more callous than a blacksmith's or I I II _
R; Pure Food Lifts the Sick Up. Iron tvorkers. The calluUMii-ss comes I I
i j The general also recommends that ,

J.. Only those who have experienced: 1 1 an inspector of small arms practice and from the carrying like. The hot heat 1Iltl'S.'Offl stems to
: the delicious feeling;:; of returning' Disc-=:
. be added to the general stair; that the Crl lit's and Diabetes their skin and to make a dead Mirf.icu I 20-HK.\NI> NEW FKArfUKS TIIH K\K-2O
health can properly appreciate th<;! of the summary courts be to them from l burned :I
i, i scope Are Positively Curable keep being llr r.ranl All-New Htreet Parade at ID a. m. of .) Glittering Tab_
value of pure food. Wbt-n: the im" ;'broadened, and authority given for things that a man with ordinary hands ItH'l WA .
a
144 proper food is left off and scientifi
J. ''Y food such as rape-Nuts is used ii 1 l out of these courts, as for courts-mar. Chas. fKacker, another merchant InterTlewed. I ; who KO to some restaurants to T&'i :

t tti its place one begins to feel the glowof '" i tial. Address 131 Sixth St, San Francisco.Q I, notice how the waiters hold things; in : CBEENHUT CO.
.-You are rcportwl as bating been cured of their hands for some time which are
It feels thou !
1 h returning health. as 1 lie asks that the organization of a
1, Diabetes, although It la believed Incurable.A too hut for the hands of,the people at ,
td some powerful derrick was lifting on 1 hospital corps be ,provided for, and .-I bad It, but am nOW well. "
I : the tables even to pass to cue another.This
into the realms of sunshine Q -Did it It get severs !
I! ; one J
for
that an appropriation be made encampments Is the explanation: That the wait .WHOLESALE GROCERS
A Very. The first notice I bad was when I ...
N mi ire. I for the years 1903 and was rejected by an Insurance coma. Later er's hands 1Il'CUmealluul and hard, ,
L' "Some time I was taken siclTf that the skin the surface
ago I became weak and suffered *o tough at

1 t!! and got: so very low that I though t.i 11911 Another recommendation is that the Q.-Any very other physician say it was greatly.Diabetes? has no more feeling than a piece of : Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA.

i A.-Oh. yes My own did. The sugar was I l.crn. 1-. .
li at times I would never be able to ge t ;i appropriation for the "Fund for the - -
enormous over an ounce per day.
114T out n ain." writes a business man of 'I Expenses of the Florida State Troops"be Q.-Who told-- you-- -of---the- Fulton Compound fA. The ,Vdrantairv of Familiarity. : AN ART STUDIO. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.

Wilmington Del. "One day my wife increased to cover the cost of renting .-Editor Engelke of the German paper. It "lIe never says anything new" I,

t saw an article in the paper about : armories. This is made necessaryby bad cured him of Uriel's Disease. "It's more convenient so," answered I have opened a studio in room 9, Mr. :Tho. Wentworth has taken

i Q.-How soon did yon begin to lnopro e tA. Miss who are disposed block where I will give
Cayenne. "People I
Salisbury cf
Crape-Nuts and read it to me. I was a recent ruling of the' Supreme .-In two weeks I knew I'd get well. I charge of the city circulation

so impressed that I asked her to get !; Court which declared unconstitutional Q.-Did you again apply for Itsurabv*tA. to considerate are always sure lessons! in my own system of draw. ,THE NEWS. He will take subscriptions -
'I ... of being able to laugh in the right "Black and White"-
I -I did, soon as I well. ling-called
some. 1 am thankful that I did so. was the law requiring counties in which was "
and collect all accounts.Mr. .
place. -Washington Star.
A.-In the same company tA. I also in French Pastel painting and
at that time reduced to a shadow of I
military organizations are located to .-Yes ; the Northwt'ntcrn of Minneapolis! Wentworth ha bad large: ex-
WANTED-Four carrier boys for The
75 pounds, but the first week's use of Q.-Did they accept you t Newspaper and Magazine Illustrating -
1
I: provide armories. A.-They did. The policy Is No. 35YAllId Reporter and 'one young lady for of. I perience as! circulating manager of

Grape-Nuts brought me to my feet I i. The report is very comprehensive in ; Is for,:.0 u.I .fice work. Apply to Dr. Edmund : large daily and will make
I Q-Ha'l"o test made since papers
so that I could stand alone. By the i isccon.l I A.-Yes. any Hall, at the Pensacola Athletic Club. i I I have taught large classes emy
I its scope, and if its recommendations Lfclpnitz made an analysis, report THE NEWS service of the paper satsfactory -
ing normal, neither albumen or sugar. The town in Georgia and in many of tbe
week I could walk out, to the
the the .
i are adopted by legislature cure Is permanent.Q. -- - -- ---'- I to all.
great surprise of all, and now I can will Know of any other cures tA CUE\V OTICEH female colleges of the South, BO can
i Florida state troops, be placed on .
-Ye* My sisterIn-law was
[ cored of watch
get out to my business without any a footing second to none in the United Brighrs Disease after being given np by three captain owners offer you an experience of twenty- Do yea want a magnificent

trouble and I have made the phenom- I States. physicians (lie gave as her address. NEITHER norcontlgneet; the of tbe Nor bit five years In the studio will be for little money? If so, call on

enal gain up to ICO pounds. I Medical works agree that Brlghfs Disease "* Golf ulll be responsible for found the choicest collection of Stephens, the Jeweler. He will ac-
: and Diabetes are Incurable, but f! debts contracted by the crew
THE L. & N. CONTRACTS per ceat.Sre
work ever shown by a single commodate
"Improper food nearly killed me but positively recovering under the Fulton Com of said vessel | crayon you.
pounds. (Common forms of kidney complaint TURoER BH. TORGE ES. and invitation is
FOR 75 ENGINES. artist an extendedto
when I left it off: and used Grape- Order Optaln.
and rheumatism offer bnt short resistance.! .To FOR LUMBERCall
Nuts it did .not take long to put me I Price for the Urlghfi Disease and II 5ft the Sam everyone to come and see It. My
Louisville March -The Louisville Diabetio John J. ,
Ky., Compound Fulton Co. 4JO LUMBERCO.
back in hea.lth.ame furnished by Mom omerj St,San Francisco, sole componnd- EITH ER the captain ownen terms for instruction are moderate. on BEEKMAN
& Nashville railroad contracted ers. Free telits made for(alleuu. Deicrlptive nor consignees of the British OTIS A. MILLER. for estimates before placing;
Postom Co., Battle Creek Mich. faith I pamphlet mailed free.HANNAH. is R pltDgbam will be responsible -
Eastern locomotive builders for ,. J for debts contracted for lumber. diG1mBotRoUsat'Sp
"Feed right, feel right," is a true ;the delivery of seventy-five enginesin by tbe crew of said rett.l. We will launder your l spreads foi your orders

aiiom. Remember Grape-Nuts food is July, August and September. The BROS., To Order. CHRIS JOHX3TO.V C;lp:aID. 15 cents each and make them look > m, lOo

for athletes as well as the sick. ( engines will cost about $1,1:5,000.Y :! Agents for Pensacola. limit like uw. Star Laundry. doz., at Solomon's.



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