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VOL. 39 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY AFTERNOCN MARCH 7. 1903 NO 49
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:I Cole was placed on the stand for the i i *

HEAL-WOMEN ENSIGN prosecution. Lieut. Cole was attached THE OLD RELIABLE 1: to'

: |i to and serving on the U. S. S. Massaichusetts. .: {t

l I He recognIzed the accused ,It

\WORTMAN (ES Ensignortman.! ,! :'. .

?Praise, Pe-ru-na as a Cure for Colds and a Preventive of Catarrhs I On Jan. 1C he, (the witness) commanded I, PQ2LoY44 :I ::>

I the first division which con- !
,
sistel of the forward 13-inch: turret i ,
I FACES THE NAVAL COURT AT
I two lipoHnderuns/ situated just I f!11f

I I NAVY YARD. ahaft the pilot house; two 1-pounder

I automatics on either forward S-inch 1

I -- turr t; end two l-p' 'inder puns sit.uate.1 Ori ::; .

CHARGED I one each in the and lower
WITH NEGLIGENCE IN upper
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/ l ;( 'i"3c dlt { .+tos.1tne85 distinctly recollected l I ;,
( ALLOWING
AN EIGHT-INCH!: RIFLE ,
?34 ; /,! the unusual occurrence on Ian. !'.1 I

_.V-r-1? / 'III' if.\\ TO BE FIRED PREMATURELY J \\hea an acident occurrel in lh-- star I tiGPOWDER .

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-TWO WITNESSES GIVE IN- I re-sult \
.1 K)1 men lives, h.

TERZS&ING TESTAMONY. the nature of the aciJent being the I 11I I

{ premature ignition of the charge in _I'f .,
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I the rightinch gun in that turret. ft
Yesterday r..ornln;; at 11:13:; o'clocka Absolutely.Pure't.t.
\ The description of the explosion and '

\ : general court martial convened at immediately following result by this THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE It
; the IVnsacola navy yard by order of
witness was interl' tln lIe said: ;l
\ I the secretary of the navy for thy purpose 'j
A Horible -
( of inquiring into the responsibility Spectacle.
"On that day there was no target come up. Both of these fellows thatI
'J \ of the death of eight men by a
practice with the of the first saw first "ereVery
di
guns
,, premature eplusion on board the bat-

.. ,.-.,,=' lI'shipIassachusetts: on Jan. 1C, vision. I was standing on the star Horribly Burned --

.'";f\")'. ."..,!:,, 1103. board forward 8-inih turret watchingthe Some of them had their shirts hang.

;I 'if..J': s[Ul [11tjU The court met pursuant to the secretary practice; and,, expecting that the ing in tatters, but the smoke and the'i
;)
.--<:. of the navy's order. guns in the starboard after 8-inch turret flames were coming up off their I:.

Lieutenant Commander Cameron would be fired I had my eyes on shirts." i

r- ", according to directions on the bonk, t ?* McK. Winslow, 1:. S. navy, was present the turret. Suddenly, while I was Questions as to what caused the .i

I ; and the cold is sure to pass away as Judge Advocate. watching, I saw two distinct evolutions death of the men were objected to by 11'

't;+ !, "' ;< w ithoutleavinganl" bad effects. 1 of smoke from the turret. They I,
: ; n : t Sergeant George II. Jiohn, U. S. M. the accused's counsel but finally al .

\\1 i r Unless this is done the cold is almost dy I i))it C.. retorted in obedience to an order were very close together; a small lowed. A discusion of the regulations i I'

sure to end in the second stage of ca 1 ,;%tt from the commandant of the navy fraction of a second, but it was quite appertaining to firing electrically and '

\\ c. tarrh which is making so many lives yard and was appointed provost marshal definite.ML'alizin. by percussion. The navy regulations Ii,.

1 I miserable.! If Pcruna was taken every r1 ci" the ('(,urt.l'l'rcy ? that !,. wore freely quoted from during thohearing. 't

\. ,t; time one Las a cold or cough; cLronic E. Endlong of \> ashington, D. Something Unusual Had Happened; 'i;

e! : J I- c catarrh would be practically an unknown ., % s";! C. was admitted and sworn as stenographer. I It iran from the starboard forward S- Today's Session. I

1 disease.MI'S : a inch turret aft along tue bridge' deck: The naval court convened in session
r' r f\w
nizabtth llr No. 57 Vas tt and when I arrived abreast of the I,.
\ The accused Ensign Ward K. Wort. at 0:30: a. m. today. Houtine testimony -
II street Albany X. Y.,\ ra..s: r fr4
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: turret I could hear the ,1
"I have always dreaded unsettled d ***' man. appeared before the court and In ; p'Aiple was taken, but from present I .

k uI :'\ weathertce..useoftnycstremoliabitiytoI CiAf i. reply i I to a question by the Judge Advocate I| Groaning Inside! indications the investigation will ).

I !S1 eatcheoIJwlicuacatarrhultrouhlewouU asked and received permission |sand calling for help. I jumped down amount to nothing as Ensign Wortman 1

..fie rjuickly develop through my entire BJ',;- /'' fir% to haw Lieutenant Wiley is. M. from the bridge deck to the super-' has been already exhoaorated by aboard .. :i
tem which it would take weeks to drive i I of inquiry.
.- nway. I am thankful to say that slice I ri''Id; and Lieutenant H. C. Muslin, U., structure deck and was able to help
.
M.J. BRINK have taken rERUSAIdonntliave any MISS S\RA McGAfAN.{ S. N, to act as his ('liltS!?!. Those officers :I out one of the r.ien. Later we got: another K.imple bottles of Dr. Kilmer's i1 *

reason to dread this anymore. HI' were called and accepted. man out; and after the water !
7'-ii\-GEOF" CATAP.RH.iScril i i have been ot nIl exposed to the help me and cough remedies nauseated me Bwamp-Iloot the great kidnt'y,liver f
: dIII1I"1 fier the formality Incidental to :was in the turret, we succeeded ia ,
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lUvertUrmoit of what I'll'
wot or cu. weather, I tako a d> e J'lPiunng an I and bladder remedy, are heiui distributed ; :
or PKUUXA. and It thrown out any hint UfXA could do, I decided to try a tot:*, fonpinq the court, the accused in reply getting into the turn and. G>und, after Have .d
here from hou free. .
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as take: Which Thou- of sickness from toy yst iii."-Miss tlizjbtth anJjoucnnlm.igirieuowglaJ I f. it when 1 to a qiie.ition stated that he had ;, searching around there that there .,
UU-r. It began to rd1<'\"o me In u very ..!tort tiuio. you tec >ivedone? ,
andsdre Making. ree.'ive.l a copy of the charges and were no men in there. I also found I
In lss than two weeks I'a;> cuxplctuycured.

i catarrh is what is Mrs. M. J.Brink No. 820 Michigan avenue, ."-s>ibj'1."'. ll.t JIt-y.: specifications that had been prefer- I that the breech-plug of the right starboard MR. AND MRS. HUNT CHIPLEY 1. .if:

St Joseph Mirh.,writes: Miss Sara Meahaa0.1575.1; street Albany reJ against him. lIe then announced gun was nearly, but not quite COMING TO ATLANTA. r

'catchin;; cold. It ThU past wInter during the vet and cold ,N. Y.,writes: that he was ready for trial, and to I entirely open. Yon understand what I ,
,<: throat ur lungs. weather I caught sudden and cold, :'
iv e, a severe The removal to Atlanta of the headquarters J
A C.V months ago I Buffered with a severe
each of the five specification Ensign mean-it was swung around clear] of t
fines so severe as which developed a catarrhal ton-litlou: attack of influenza,which nothing M-cmi-d torelieve of the southern department '!
\Vortman entered a plea of, not guilty. I the breech but it was not within .
o-uhidiTdble fever, through niyi'UtiresystemandsoiifffcUiU my )1yLearhubetamcbadluyeys6Chute : '}- say of Hell Telephone: Company wIll add 11-

hinder central liualth that I was compktuly Lmken irritated and fuvt-riih. Nothing! seemed Lieutenant-Commander \\. A. Fiske, half or three-quarters of a full turn of some charming people Atlanta's I i.
t as to not a I
down and became
nervous and hysterical right ItI1.ll1..thh.g I ate tasted poo.l. I tootIT.nUXA C. S. :\., appeared as a witness for the the crank ol being open. will!) haveto social world. Prominently among them '
business.1 In and unfit to supervise home My,hjsicUn I .
per- my
and wlthiu two weeks was j>.r- are Mr. ami Mrs. Hunt Chipley, who
,criU.'d for snmehow ned- prosecution. After being sworn he go back later on to get the sequenceof S i
his
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i e.ss little or no at- lire fec'liyweil--ant! Joial",.n. have countless friends and admirersin ;'>
ieinedidmenoguob IeadingoflICNA stated his rank, that of sen ins as executive I this thing. The left gun was incondition .
: first stage; of ca- If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory Georgia all of whom will be do- !t'lihle.l
is docide.1 to try It, After I had taken but from [ officer on the Massachusetts. for tiring"ith the except- ; to welcome them and to Know .41
that results the 1'erusia
u nearly one- use (I
three battles I found Ju fine health
niyavlf lIe recognized the accused as the of. I ion of closing the breech. The breech of the splendid) advancement! givenMr. ; f
Lave
chronic catarrh -11rs. M.J. write at once tJ Dr. Ilartmun giving a brilliant I
in recognition of ,
L'rink.- : Chipley: ;
fall statement i>f your case, and ]... will ficer who on Jan. 1C, li'iiS. was in :I was r>i>en. I did not at that time ex.I legal services rendered the Jell' Telephone ;

1 i ij to i invite chronic Sibyl A. Haaiey. Main t rrrt. :nti".g- be glad to give you Lis valuable: advice charge of the third division! including amine the firing lock. Of course the Company in Virginia. To this '

; anyone discovers \11. Ind., writes: Iji.t winter otter ?ctj gratis. the two after S-inch gun turrets. The I first thing to l lie done was to drown brainy yuan ex.(Joorian "t'\'rything' :

1 ( catching cold he I j 1 tng prnduallv hlY feetI''t!:!"W.r.I 'L...pen can t->rv('(,..llt..IIIl'h. .<,.,tv.n, Address Dr. Hart aI!, Presidert of ship at that time was off Culcbra. j that extra charge; which I thought has for('onl.a the department,1.."anlheisnw counsel .'.

,.n these cf 1'eruna sure ;.;..; r.iw. Crw..r- r : -i, I'.I: nji I,I The llanman Saniurium. Culumbw.0.: Target practice had been going oa i was burning; bat I lo not believe now Mr. Chipley was torn and reared in J

on that day witness continued, and!t i that it was. The thing went overboard Columbus (;:1.. and! received his college ri

--- was tho duty of Ensign Wort ma a to i and 1 have never seen it since. ; and professional education! at the : ,:

-d His Leg. ing the conditions along the upper direct the firing of the guns of his We threw it overheard as q-i'ckly as University Virginia.. A year or two !
ANOTHER FLOOD di'l had been a 1he married the charming Miss i 1'
.f LaGrange Ga., Red: vision on the target. During the we could. But the water Walk of Norfolk It is needless to ,

,vhs with afright- I 'Owing to the continuance of adverse tice something unus'lal happened. The stopped for some reason or other and say n cordial reception awaits Mr. :

"u his leg; but WARNING\ ISSUED weather conditions-little or no witness said: we called for more water and drowned and Mrs. Chipley in their new home. \ ,..

'"it's' Arnica Salve I headway has yet !been made at any of Described the Eplosion. that charge as soon as we could. I I .- j i

-- rendered by into the turret through the aft
levee work got
the necessary
lire For this I was
'i t days. I II "During target practice I
", 1'iies, it's the best 'THE STRAIN ON THE LEVEES j the high water of December, 1902, and on the fore-and-aft bridge and about'[ port bole and this man Sonneman Rejected forInsurance I 13 ;

I since undertaken by the Caddo and came in through the right fort hole. '
.1.1 Cure gauranteed. ; ten minutes after eleven I saw a
WILL BE GREAT AND THE PEOPLE -! +
and the State.It "I do not know how long it was after -
Districts
.'' Bossier Levee
.- 1 W. D'Alem- volumes ofhite
by A. I flash and great
I IN THE VALLEY ARE NOTIFIED has been simply proved impracticable I saw that explosion until I was Cured c a
L'1 South PalafoxI I smoke in the vicinity of the turret, ,
to successfully handle earth during down alongside the turret. It could i
TO PREPARE FOR SERI the smoke issuing from the turret. I

this time, and at the present time went down to the turret and directed not have been very long. I have often Then Accepted.

OUS CONDITIONS. the river is gen..rally,11 against the estimated it and generally 1 can't \
streams of water into the back of the
W. PEAKE levees. This therefore still leaves a think it was over 2') or 30 seconds. It
turret and the top, down into the turret I
i both sides of Red nut when I got down
.. number of places on was not long.
"'"''ltr.l( tor and builder, :Mempnis, Tenn., March 3.-The : I saw a number of men come out ; Br ht' Disease and Diabetes ; a
;\ : River In a more or less critical condition I there evidently (as it turned out afterward
: otrical work in first- of the turret and helped pull some out.
.". river rose one-tenth of a foot here in II in the event of a stage of water ) there were two men in the Are Positively Curable. .
d at rp.i: +onable rate. Afterwards 1 went into the turret and

.' 1 at 3j South Pal if ox the last twenty-four hours, the official approaching the last. found no men there. There was a turret: ; and when the first man came

--. :! 'j. figures today being :34.4 feet. More good deal of water in it. The breech- out we grabbed him under the arms. Chas. FWack r, another mon-bant Inter

I Quality i U what makes price. II lie struck his arms up like this (indicating viewed. Adores 131 SIxth St. San Francisco. r
water is coming from the North. A plugs of the battle guns were open;
Q-You are reported aOj baring been cured of
'VYV: 1
better Imoand grabbed
vvvvvv'V'V"'IBEST Burnett's Vanilla Extract was BO ) you
> second special warning has been issued shells in the guns but no powder was Dlabetva, although It U believed Incurable.A. .
< I other extracts its price wouldbe him under the right; arc here, to get
than in either gun at this time. The men .-I bad It, but am now well.bid "
} < I by S. C. Emory in charge of the I the same. Once tried, always. who came out of the turret and whom him out; and he left the Q- It it get severe?

BOOKS CHEAP. I Gvernrnent Weather Bureau here, usid. Skin Off His Arm A-Verr. Tie first notice I bad was when I
burned
I helped out were wry badly was rejected by an Insurance cnmpi'j. Later

r -: \ of mankind Is I which says: I The woodwork inside the turret show in my hand. We got him out and we I became very weak and urrej! greatly.QAayotberpbyslciaaaayitwesbial.el'. i,
j "From water now in sight and entirely '
Wfriuij great mac.an REPORTED THE *TA.
i in the turret with ;
", ed evident signs of a fire turned him over to two people
r > simply 11I"11. disregarding the effects of .-Oh. yea. My own 3M. The sugar vat
.
moods' rendered BIG COAL STRIKE. when I got there although the directions to take him down to the \ a
> ,"h'. : rains which are decidedly fU'1 enormous,over aa ounce per day. I'
ture ,
k ,:. t" at the Inmost ,. I fire was extinguished at that lime. I sick-bay or, rather to carry him. Hecouldn't Q.-Who told you ot the Fnlton compound t 4 I II :
t of 4S.9 feet be E. Ue long, the young man .
vat HcHrU without able a stage may Percy .
H
A.-EdItor of the German **
1. It will motitIT heard no loud report I saw this flash go alone; but up to the time Eagolko pai i l''
i YOU 27 feet at Memphis, and who has been sworn as official stenographer had Diluaae.
meant be read ed at Carlo cured him of ItrlKhl'B ".
.are.. te i and these volumes of white smoke and I got hold of him he could still resta 'i-\\
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i t.-d and thought: 4S feet or more at Helena. These, we for the Wortman court-mar i Q How snon did rOil begin to Improve .
w :i .r" few really gmwl Jj these burned men, and burned mater little on his feet. A.-In two weeks knew I'd get well. ,
1 'r.orn than the read- believe are conservative estimates. tial reported the great coal strike testimony '
I :'. ",:at.r. J short ial in the turret afterward. Lieutenant Then we heard Q.-Did you agate! apply for InjuraLve: t
The highest stage .on the coming rise for the government a A.-I did loon as I was wallA. -

| Thackawy, $2.35 < i(I should reach Memphis from March time ago. He is found to be an ex W. C. Cole of the Massachusettsand Another Man in There .-Ic tbe tame company rA.Yea I '
were NortLwcutern of
IJoatsvi ain's Mate Sonneman ; the Minneapolis.
j 112 to 14, and at Helena a day or two pert stenographer, easily capable of and I tried to get in through that port Q.-I>id tbey acceptyout ;
: 1 1J 1v in the turret when 1 went in. Toe ia No. I III ,
<-.Elite $3 00. of I Lead I A They ( policy 35.VA and
> i later. As the strain on the levees will keeping pace with the proceedings \Vortman. lie was but it was pretty hot. got my for 1 1j. t

: 'ol! people! occupying the St. the august body. "I saw Ensign and shoulders in there and somebody Q -Have my test made since: '
Sott jle great, .
$3.00. I :
J < near there on the superstructure deck. A.-YD* Lelpulti made an analysis report-
> j Francis Basin and the lowlands onI pulled me out by the legs. I made another jag normal center albumen or sugar. The
.1
\ Previously when I was directing the cure Is permiaeLt.Q. :
) ,' Ird..eSDear: ', $ I' < I the Tennessee side should if they ANNOUNCEMENT.Mr. turret he was trial and did not get In. Then, Know of any otter ctjr"i T iA..I .
in the
streams of water sttter-lt-law eared of
They !v My wan
had
hose come.
the
r.r i have not already done so, prepare for by that time Disease after being rIveD threephysicians. .
t attractive single John B. Vaughan has been appointed there the deck quite near. Bright' up by
r ail: on with that and lie her addresn.Medical .
(
redueedLeclran Jt. us
ages, are serious flood conditions. This is especially got there very quickly gave
*
,. 'ng ak.e.d j agent of the News at Century.He Mr. Fiske was questioned extensive I of the i'G'
'. fancy go-xls tbat Jd true of the region behind the water was started. The force works agree; tint Br1I\M'.IIt..ea
k" a'-I, I. nrgom: < at next to recently construcied levees.Red will receive and receipt for daily .ly thereafter regarding many details hose sort of cleared the smoke awaya and Diabetes are Incurable, but n per: Beat are ,-
a 'ii_,manicurein-tf.c lJ i of his be- p""+(lively recovering under tbe Fulton Gumpounds. -
advertisements best
and the
< \-. ndtblike.. Make and weekly subscriptions I and stated that to bit and we could see a little and I (Common forms of kidney eompialut ,
f day pr..h..nts.GOE'S JI J River Levees. and keep the News on handat lief and knowledge the death of the and rheumatism offer but snort red"taore.| t
II I got up again. The next time I think Dice, II for tbe Orlgbt's Disease and |1 SO the ,
his restaurant at all times. i eight men had been primarily due to lilatetic Compound. John J. Fultoa Co., 420Moctromery
I BOOK STORE Ii\ Shreveport, La., March 5.-There Wortman Boosted Me 91. Baa Fraodsco, sole com pound
J effects from the explosion.Lieut. ers Free tenfe made for{.atle&la.junjLItt 1Ieicrtptln t
i the
has
I j been more or less comment on COLD IS OID.\Y f
| CURE A the
} :- Her ana stationer: TO Cole Testifies. up and I got straddling into port maind irtaHANNAH ___ : .
I'' high stage of lied river and tonight Hromo Quinine Tablets. All this other
Take Laxative cross-examination of and succeeded in getting BROS.,
> :-1.1: South Palafox Street Assistant State Engineer= Kerr issued drnzzuu refund the money If it alls to After the rigid I
cure. E. W. Orore's signature U on tech Lieut-Commander: Fiske, Lieutenant man out. He was the last man to Agents for Pensacola.
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II I A play located in Virginia and dated
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aN
; I in'{;!d colonial days! By my faith,

'twas a pretty play that Master Lieb- ,

I ler's company presented in Master'', for Infants and Children.

Fromhan's Madison Square theatre '

yestereve. Twas called "Audrey," i i The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne tll.turc .-

of II. Hotelier and has boon made niul
Clias. ,
from a book!: of Mistress! Mary Johnston j
of Richmond in the Virginia j i j personal: supervision for over>SO )'(' 1rs. Allow n"

f I Ir"r I'plantations I I to cIt'I''hoc011 in this. Counterfeits, Imitations
and 'twas cunningly fashioned
t7n-t-a-3rood" arcs lint I iierimonts. and oiulaugei
for the stage;: by Mistress Fort
i health of ChiMreu-Lxpericllcc against Experiment.\
land I Master I3oddin,on. In the pit

!' last night were many of the town's The Kind You Have Always Bon

I gallant bucks and and odd bodkins, _

rl 0 dlr o the beauties that came with them Bears the Signature of

turned the playhouse into a bower i iI
i I
!ta .:SI" I j I I "What think you of the play myI i
II Iladies?" said I to those who were
II I I
i near. 'Tis vastly amusing and

I I I j 1 I Mistress Eleanor Robson hath a .

pretty wit to match her pretty face." For
In Use Over 30 Years.
"Gad!" said one bediamoned buck; ,, .....
TWr_r"T" '" eJM..w7 TT MU"UV 8T..n. Itrw "u "
1 "1 forgot 'twas a play and was back R ?i.'llU.n r

Iii Th' t 1lS I eI, e J., ; in the Virginia plantations once - -- --- --- -- -- --.
I, .
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I more" Twill: fetch Master LSeblcr a rare i! : w. B. WRIGHT comply
t'
lS! I '- > y-'. ry1ti.. l'ci; of money," said (n.e. And 'tis I I r"J'-T | ;.V ,
F:
J I U'tt but just reward for his pretty venture. I\ | MANUFACTURERS AND DEALFRK
: /i ) : ." said all. For "Audrey." mark
; --.
: y('. i is nil namby-pamby thing, but a --r. :,iLUIdBER: LATHS
I '7 I ,
monstrous such Master I
play as
pretty

: ..:..f"i i I l'o'grere. and the like were v.ont towrite. .1 L.Lj i j i;": '.5 '-'.U. SAWED\ CYPRESS SPIIIGi xS-4li! -P -;(n fPENNACOLA. ;

"
'
# The bucks all sat agape when iiiid = -. : l -- FI.A

t cap Audrey entered en the s.tn,;1' a:

.i' f:4 r ..J1 winner uf a t'ix)t race. They tort irvr
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1 1 1l G IJIP 1l.pj !L2 t n TJ' z1f J I. I for pai.l her her sweetness court.: Thpy vrhen awrii-1 Mar:'>.:.t(1'ike '. i CDAl Ai\D wc rJD I

fti :il lf. VI&t e
G'
4.Y I1 : "at her savast'iiess 'Alien the \lia"!-OK, : WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY>> A MUCH IA TiGER TRACKTIII3 !'

persecuted her and they adored her

l _( Women may write about their ills to Mrs. Pinkham, and avoid the !I when she faced: the qualify the Governor's ,I WINTER THAN EVER rEF: HE

l.a1anti made them star.at S END US YOUR ORDERS NCitf
tell their without
j of "male They
can story
i11 i a questioning physician. her gentle manners and shamed! them

reservation to her ; she never breaks a confidence, and her advice is the fr !when they assailed her womanhood Thompson, Olsen & >CManrcsa '

Ilit liruton Church her tragic takingon -
' i
!
In the world.
reminded some of Mistress Neil Street.
>rIf. : __ __ __ _
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and she -- :.x.: = =: = =
faith won the I dies'11l'lfIS

The questions asked of a woman by a male physician are embarrassing, !'I when she saved the life Marmaduke! \ ESTABLISHED: :: 1863.

.If I and often revolting to a sensitive nature. In consequence the whole truth is j I front As the Will half-caste Shakespeare Jean IIn says(ln. "the McKENZIE OERTING----- & C.

' :''J' not told ; this makes it difficult for male troubles to be successfully treated i play's the thing but OI.J.5fish.n.- ,
o -DEALERS: : IK- 0
,jcirey was made the better for having
: r even by the best physicians, and is the reason so many women grow worse j Mistress Robson in the leading part.

. I I The other players did rtarvellonslrIwcll Ship Chandlery and General Jlardtrare.
I! rather than better. A woman understands a woman better than a man, -
I but "Audrey was writ as true
fi'j' there are symptoms which sick women have that a man cannot understand, :Ias Writ for Mistress Eleanor Hobson 603 AND 805 AGENOYI S. PALAFOX ETHKKT.RRVEP.K .


1 i'' simply because he is a man, but the whole truth may be told to Mrs. Pinkham, i "last road the book?" "Xay." Thengo "' I COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. P.OEBLINO'S HO to the play. "Thou hast read it?
QALVANIZPiD WIRE ROPE A. RUBeJEL PB.
SON'S Pl':
;gt : and her vast experience enables her to give advice which leads to a cure. '1'lll'n see the play for its a fin:> love I
.1ti' '. story of the Virginia: plantations, and !; :Inn :cr.:;a fiff.! ?i!:, Ri? !tIal lastroice&is! Chris liclr, Ihlu

hI ,''I' I, colonial! to the core. C01fPB.. LOG, KTC.

II: All women who suffer! should secure Mrs. PinkSiam's advice ; it costs 'I ., c. McKeutia Oartin Collecting; Agent; for Bar Pilots' Kenevolat Assoi
... r i itinn.
!It nothing; but a letter addressed to her at Lynn, Mass. Female troubles! are real I i ANIMAL ODDITIES I .

Ij;; troubles, and must be treated underslandingly. For a quarter of a century ,, I.irJ-i I\t'n-r t-nt llrt-tlic-i! and really THE GARDEN SECTIONo
siK'iu to shun their viciuity.! I j
,00i'' Mrs. Pinkham's advice: and Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound have been North! Aniorieaii reiniKt-r usntidysr! i OFoFensacola


l tji= helping women to get strong and well, and her great file of letters prove that led The an temperature old tillfllr of their a swallow's lender bodyIs FloricLa.

{ { more than a million rom Pen have been restored to health and strength by her [ extraordinaiily! Light;{ IiI less than --- -. -
112: degrees 1'. Near East Hill Electric
advice arid her medicine when all other have failed.! Railway T6rmi..r
t iz means I I ( :It.i and beau of prey reflect fiftytiires

: a< much: light; from their eyes as
1.E 1. human 1.'ings. Beautiful Lots for Sale.

fit E I i' When you go to a druggist for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, I The ciuh jivrrasro iiison lake, and. trout the whiteflsh lays I .lMM' I 40x137 feet at from $76 to $200 each, ace rd-
ririra a
f !
l' 1 do not let him persuade you to try something which he says is just as good ; greater iniiiilMT.Tho ing to location and surroundiugs.

. there is nothing just as good because Mrs. PjnldH m's medicine holds the record feumlo I.IIIi"h'Ip'r; dons not --- -- ---- -
Good
Exceptionally Neighborhood fell'Hi
I .
j.y (>s. \; She hatches! t\\ <'1lI internally Beautiful ,

} i for the largest number of cures of any female medicine in the world o I. I 1 :and brine forth her young; alive. h, Dry Fertile Lands.

t Parrots are usually vegetarians,
----- ---- ----- --- I though the Kea Jt:1 fI'uts of New Xi-a- Tho
grandest: opportunity for investment aver
WE GUESS THIS IS RIGHT.In +, TO PSESS THE TREATIES. |'a number of new members of thei : laud have ('n'lu't'J .1 fondness for j
I !' offered in Pensacola.
I --- I i senate, !he would fp'l 1 it incumbent on slurp. ;
the state of Mass. Republicans Will I finrfMi.: "lIl1ti'h. liijsliii ; shnrks and j j jliiIH.i'n I
Attempt to Secure ;
himself! 10 the
?;o Or round completely Rome
There lUtb a lass Early Action. jWathinmon j ( all hire the habit of swim-I i: Seeker Should See These Lots.
| anden to review murk that
1 I love to RO X. C: mini with their oycs above the surfaceof I -
; March C.-The ho hal l already' said. The evidentpuqiosp .
No other Miss. rqlllh'I' the water. CI-
: -A.
Itl lican bbs
senators will make a ; of the reriblleans! is to .. .
Can1' 1 AVis., o
fort to secure action on the Panama': avoid if possible, calls on aocanst of lour bi", nnture.

Ee half U.sn I. dear is blue to me. Canal Treaty and the Cuban Reciprocity the absence! of a quorum and t:) keep "I should Ilc iilfiiset, to exchange Cnrner Garden and Bru Streets

And hr bucks the hue Treaty as spoedily as possible.; the senate running as steadily: a;? poqsible. I earth with you, Mr; Barrow! ," paid i iCharles '

'. A muting of the republican stec-rini ) Willlps; exteiidlng liis. They l".0. HIU: l'r. WM. II KXOWLKH, ,
I[, They! are agreed as t-> the de- W. K. HYER, JKJ. H REICS!:
Of hells where the waters swash;
I'HIJt't for the! first lime.! "I'm f">
committee rrj Frealdi-nt.
of the senate was ]told I VIce-I'rBnident. Cacbter. Alit CaihbFirst
jat"II'r j I sirabi'ity! of couipetint! the session at
On her pink-\\ bite phil '
I have Ko 'nls with me'sahl Harrow.:
1 Thre Xov. Arii adjournment today, and this :,i an early day. The Cuban treatytin- "Allow fie to write lily address in your I

The least complexion Wash. course was decided on. The con- i;! der the exlension:! provided for in the I iiu'iix,minium l> elusion! was reached that business agreement between this country and I d.,?" Dan
La. could I win jluuht j j tint U a very I.HII; TOIU tl.ing! to ,I
TIlt heart of Minn., be greatly" facilitated by keeping j I Cuba expires at the end of this IViGp: ; s 'intrkiil. "It rest me fLM'ouec. '

i I as: many senators as )possible in'i'i|I month. The Panama treaty how- I had the: habit of carrjins no
I'd ask fur nothing more,
l the city and in their seats and 1111' i lever. will lie the first of the two to ninls aid si::tii:1?; my nar.i in a II"fri..wrs '\\" OF Pi NSA COLA. l"LA.xnrt.DCITOFt.CI .
Hut I dream
only I
r i ; I'pon the theme indhidual nu-tubtTs of the btirrins,'|''be, taken up. t.otduKik. Just an you are
about to d ) in mine always on a M.inkps :
;" t And Conn it o'er and Ore. COllIlUitlagrectl to devote their eniTjriea :I A BAD COMPLEXION. '. true ,1. after convitial ernni I Iin .
I ;:" :>0. a WM. '
H. J..Ir JWLL ,
to this end. No one in thvj i iI I iS W. LOUT F. C. Ji: BN1. V. K. fchiFfilp
I is it \
Why )pray Pimples blackheads and :!. Iva: < l.r""t'nt"l with an I O I r'j
I muddyi j D. G. KREXT,
I Cln'tIa.. I nimittee had any information as toj: for Hint stint duly slctuil by mylf: |, -,
which
i complexion
are so
This lire'Ihat-nak'esm.. the time that be consumed l in'', common I It ; ; it I I lir.d
: ? may and iras iwpusShll' to di'iiute j .
Iwya girls at certain
-- N. Y. 0., W>., debating the tread,.-. but it was an'nouneod -, aw.among: indicate torpid lirer..A a course :1 to:1>' i!;>. l!..t I have t.vr sii,.... I jKH : til Mh t n i. .- M d Sj s sJ7 \
Can. Nov. Yer. I '! as a rumor that :benaiT of 1IKPAT1CTRA: will cleans the >:I f> fr v with my nufll.r.h.; "'tt! I Id ,g An 9 : I

system regulate the bowels! and liver (;<>.i-yi'. I i.cvcr thought: of tl.ilt! :" rl.'.I j 9
Propose to her my will.I Morgan had said that as there \\ertNASU. -
anal pn.diice a (clear btalthy complex-1! narrow.II'I"J*!* you write tar none
,_. .,
shun the task -- -- '--- ion. :old! b> all drugs"ists. down join-self."-New York "We draw, oar own hilts of Exchange ou Groat Britain, ire *'-'

'Twould bo to ak CATAKI.H iiuti-kly yuh1-i: Germany, Frauo, AuztrJa, Italy, Holland, Fp.iin, Boljfiam UoBtla! { tf.'

This penile maid to wed; to treatment by Kly's Creniu 1 llilrn?, NEW SCHEDULE. i iOK Dangers, of Pneumonia. ray, Bw tar.. Denmark and other European couEtrlee i iDi
And so to press i A cold at this time if neglectpj is ------ -
'
I which N agrec-ibly: aromatic It i iI |
My suit I guess i liable to cause pneumonia which is LiW"Vei'sp13 ; bnrsed apon th4 Most Favorcble Term. and Itl!J
Alaska Pa. instead. I received through! the no-tril.-i Obll atioaa Taken Payable at Port of nestipation Ten or Fifteen PII
Brooklyn Eagle. I I cleane* and IIP-I'* the whole Hlr\'p i i iovr STEAMER CAPTAIN!!! FRITZ so often fatal and even when the after Vessel Arrives there.L .
patient has recoverod the
lungs
I whicli! it dltrl-ps: it-K. Armij are
ti The Stomach is the Man. j,I adV for ir: *nl c.itarrn winch i. fin \'- i J. X. ROUFKS [ iI1Uf-r. weakened, making them peculiarly Safety Deposit:! Boxes for Rent In Connect .n

:" A weak stomach weakenes the man. 'I!; : or exciting *.> tr1-* di-e.i-t-d men, L-av- l'p.>rt Moiid ly and I susceptible! to the development of with which we have Prira .rtment for the J'
,:. I I hranehould tInt !'M u-xj. ('rpiin 1hu'-dtr inorMtii*. I IAlrt't. of Roctera.
because it cannot transform the food consumption. Foley's Honey and Tar
i R.iltn i j. recopiiiz'1 a* a ej>ecilic.ln at Per."'icola Motdav. and -
.; t: he eats into nouri bment. Health I II >" &d c'-ntt druzi-tjor by mail i I rhur-dy ni fht. 'will stop the cough: heal and DR. KING'S

I and strength cannot be retsored toi I A odd in the head iniinedi -l)' dl'"- \tA\f fVi..dC'd.i 1u'..d-iv. and ;; strengthen the kings;: and prevent PEOPES3IONAL CARDS

!I': any sick man or woman without :i ipi"ir[ when creriin: luhn t iueii.. FnJ ,.\. ntjrM.Arn I! pneumonia \V. A. D'Alcraberte 121 TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR -- --.
HIv Brothers Warren street, New \-" %ir Fr*'port '''. i' S. Palafox street.
: first restoring health and strength to York ;iud "'aturdar t1Tr1hjg .dmsj,1'I'I THAT COLD. I ROWS, M. C

the stomach. A weak stomach cannot c ___ -________ __ __ Office: 17* S. falifoi.
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digest enough food to feed the -- E. W. PEAKE TAKE HO SUBSTITUTE. ,
Hoer from "J to 8:11 a. m. and t II
tissues and revive the tired and run 50PIECE DINNER SET X). 30 Mouth Palafnx i street, keep :, Consumption.Coughs,

down limbs and organs of the body. FREE call bell, wire and all kind of Colds Bronchiti: Asthma and after o'clock
'!lectrical uprliej5.! Have him do ': ;
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses, purifies Woniterful tmlnivnwnt teen our *w.. R.il.t I'.wder. Phouo CC.
Every imn tuu T ef a \,ollndan of *+.. R.I I.g I'.wderntxtnI.trPhnn.rUWararerethiibr.uutul .. y'nr n or\o\ tall!! phone SKI. PneumoniaHayFevcrPleurisy : -
...
sweetens and strengthens the K"irrimt ""n''I- -
1 ft i'H<-lirr ami.t pwfull! altefrt.- Ist.strotglarapat- -- LaGrippe Hoarseness !
glands and membranes of the stomach lim. llrtiKTOl..r tb'l. ". ...""ctii iti.h.iuhyrnewearry: r 7 c-tiCMEsres i| ,
.,, : ; ''t4 JOHN
rnrot if In u1k il !1M t..d ei S. BEAKATTORNEYATIJi"
sr art IUn by: WIT Plan !oo n. : Sore Throat :
and cures indigestion, dyspepsia nnlrrl'Ian\o.la.ly..ho.'lar..un..nctnsot. ... IIuLInf I'onJir, PSfiSVSOYflL: PILLSt. ; I Croup and i!

I and all stomach troubles. Har r-.p t.ew.h\I'a.'It.alththehdnan.rntofthi.b.ntthlti.trret ...... ...I'IV ; .. .. 'H..I :. :, '' '
:;
I'trr l lnnrrnila.l fet or. S.it'hre Iva to : frre. Pd \!\ ; j'I :' :. ..... ,
de n.4 n 'Ore m adean.e. ipiy fr-34 Da n r 4e ** : \o1l'l.t'ItI.' I omc=--'J'/J Thie'ieu L al'; '
Pharmacy John Sheppard Sid > -i f i
gis .,J'-ii:: : : .rr.ill. MNO CURB.0 PAY.I
lnr Stnrt \bLI.11
> + a u 1 our ch piarj s n m''r- fj .* 11.\* : ..:, I
"Ul.on.i>n ..lll bo arnrlwil la w h.t be ........... '. ,.... ...... Pric 50e. and
ney Kahn. l tll.h..aiewhe......*rL. we Oll eau tilfra da.odplitwo"nnl.andeone.tthemntrybfnteymrg : 'X..j .-' i.. } ''h '_or.'."..,.1.-I.L....'r.,...... ..'.a :h.14L SI. TRi-:'L BOTFLSS! :; FGE i Office Hoars-8:30 a. n> to I II
u< U a tUow! Ui'-'o rash venuu..mn. >rvf ni. U all I .f.... I
i eKl my fntirht. We Ala! give Redur.d c,4 '
l >l.'..ayrkr,< h ,lr .Milrt V. .. .. Iii ',, ... 2:30p.m.to6:30P-n3.
al.t 1'atirnit. M ln>l InMralf mr.i* Lare.sai. K 110.1'"I a4tart fl-4tanl.hsnMeaNrh..fur tlehyug our Kooda.rw fur I'lan.ant full info. .T1 & U I ''I..t r rI 41...>-.. '- '., ".... I repair your Tatccns age "der..1 r'AllbTlotsi '
Hot Rolls, at 5)J m..10e S.tLLtE'' i M f P1.1KS ( Oik"I 2' and 1I91'ln.. Street. !IOI. Lual.. MoVe > .uT ',..'I. I ..(nil* ,.' .-?'H .- 'i! ;G-elry In Srst-claas iltjl J. I'tPrhens. I Practice In all state and-e wIll '' :"
\ Asa 11e our reader that the Salvona I Il.'h-.a t brrb ., eniru-trd to
a dog., at Solnman'a. Supplies Company u thoroughly reliable.-ldwr.; I II ". .' .....-; "I.Lf'P It. I I prompt and diligent aitaol00c -





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THE DAILY NEWSt "PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. MARCH 7, 1903.* l1


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"PHYSICAL; PERFECTION I IMPORTATIONS OF MANUFACTURERS' <

. .....Bible if tte liver is out of or13 NEGROES -,- MATERIALS.The t

is possible if -=-
" ?. \ ji-rfect liver .._' growth in importations of manufacturers

'- ;, ,..me the right kind of a .. .:. .., : materials continues to be I : ) 1r'
.
: is the MOVING ., ,.....
.. IIEPATICUKA st .$c. .1)-'o\b.'J;: the striking feature of the statisticsof 'tf
.. -
:: a liver tonic. It will -'-- _"" 't. 'iT-.zd.-.t'r ;;:"' '; our foreign commerce. The value f I""HI:; ''"\ : .rcVYcw4 .- : .
.r: ;uiorto "ourentirc sat -L : -:: or
"
of manufacturers' materials importeJ 1 .. '
l "' -
NORTHWARD .
'.. ::1 purkle: excellent : "

.. .; ... .' nt circulation and I diver. The tiles withcut ar Lies to in January 1903, was 5J2S23,74S': :: '. ; "....-J.:... .---1 : : !' : !
consumrtive *
>
.Irt'The as against ?;3T,312,013 in JaaaaryWl. : : : ""--:1 :
\ .. p \
without lungs ta breathe the air. ;. J -. -I.. ...:...... .\ I
I \ This shows an increase over -.C ... .:'',..s. I \ : ,
of '
wish his rendered of 'W.W
; not ..
or
::0 does THE BLACK J 4 lungs incapable ;1' .I.il: ; ," -. i !
POPULATION .
-1.! MS: : I cannot rev.vling OFJ I) breathing by disease. The Mood January of last year amounting to : ;. -1.', ;.5.!..;:. .f"'i'.." \\.. : ." ;
.
, to you volun- NORTH CAROLINA REDUCED 15 j as it flows in antI out of the lunjjs: ( J3,01C,235: :! a gain cf about: 14 per cent I ;: -.:: f, ,f ,;. {. >; f: \\f""\ ..\t.;, '. .. "t', {r.t : .'
: I indicates the : .o.:. :..ro""t' (' I ,- :
ret recommendation t:1i consiinpthe's proI ". .1\ .b'... ;
ci in a single in the value of 1 Iflcturers' ; t -
rear man- ,
As the lun'/s weakei .j : !"'"liiJ.h \ \ \S\\t. Io _
rill prepare and sell PER CENT. IN TEN YEARS. I Ii gress. grow I j i- .
:
:., :":. "of HCl'ATICUIU, V lec oxygen is inhaled and the j materials imported. Comparing 1 L1 .I\,. ,) : ':. ,!.:.t'",, 1' ;' '{.\'"\-t:-i... ...-e..tt... (,,..: 'I" .
v
qualities -- -I I Llo xl changes from scarltt to rur- the seven months ending with i !< >1,. .."":). "!. ",' "..,, ; "s. ; JlliJ5iSiK'J,
superior ,.. ,
: ji- .,. ". ". : ....,.. ..., .' k- 4i, WI (
I. ..
is the life of "."2.. '1' "' ... '
the
.
:f :-ho general, although system. I New York March :3.-"The South F l"'f: blood pIe. Oxygen as the blood is the life cf January 1003 with the corresponding !' ',.1 1't"l., '"" '\\\ .".......'.-; :,...".\;._.". ,J,,,, ". f ,1'P'" ;;;.-1 i :
: hCI'ATlCURA + r.itw .
t.. biH-n agreat sufferer I Ii I I may confidently! say, admires President I i the bod\. months of the preceding year a gain 11' rr..t, ,,., .. .: I tf. ," :<" .--= i f;='; J
I The effect of Pr. force's Coal- !I of ?40,000GuO or 17 is shown : Yj. ,, -
..a and colds I have !I per cent \ ,: / .." ,! ": E ; ,;-
i.-, '' "
: '
.
and he has / tI,1 i
Roosevelt as warm
ri :ieved from both of en Mulical liseovery upon weak over the figures for the seven months i, i -H"7 1 -- /.

.' and I venture to say I friends below the Chiding line as he / lungs is to strengthen them to en- ending: with January Hili:!. j \111'1'tt :'.jt :0./,1 0-" j1" :- I
/ abb the full of the __ .
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oxygenation
d... former, it has nov [ j.-<<.., .. t .i'
has in the North said \V. U. Tallia- I I of di This rapid growth in importations "" : -
,I'l'd only two bottles I blood arrest the progress >- ;",;. : .- tirb'r! i c
'
J ease, ant! heal the inflamed tis. of manufacturers' materials has oc-1 h ".!I- : -... ,, ,11 1
,;.V s=o far yet I find ferro of Charlotte, N .C., brother of j; / sues. 1.img diseases have: Wen t :." ', t ,
1 : of 140 pounds has I curred chiefly since 1!>J9. From ISS'J: : :, .''.,\;.'= = ?
Senator Talliaferro of Florida. at (l ; and are being cjred by"Golden r. _. : '.
i -. *. ..'X j;. .
-Mly 10 pounds. iStt tIle little Tow ul : t ;; '.
: .. .ra'in recommend- the Grand hotel yesterday, "but we \":::2! Medical Di-covery" incases to : was very !; ,. :, -. ,,' ,:.. '-. --: Jo.; = -:-- :
i I where of i ) I >:= :-- ., .
Y"-\ deep-seattd in the importation mnufacturers'lmatcrhs. :' ia- \
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.' i:v to any one dcsir- feel that: he has made a mistake in 't.::, =Lcouph, frequent hemorrhage (I I"'' -= 01'" \ : :- -' :-;:-,:..:- '-;'-- ::,:; -:::- 1,
:
z, for the
the figures seven --
... wry best constitu- his dealing with the negroes in the -. .__ emaciation, weak- :- 1
Lad. Sold all 'months: ending with January 1SS9 being ; f t 'AS' BRio ; ;
j i h: by South. ,. ness, ami night sweats : t-4-i3HLy !t !! i ]
'' \ have all pointed to fataltern.inatiou $14",1L'CC47 and those of the se\- _
:_ a : .
; =
"The is local j ; E Jvl r.f- ; : : : Ji'l
race problem a one i t ; -.=: <:; +:; ;:
'
by consumption. 'en months enrtlng with January 1SOD, ,
.. __
Il' --1.c.
'p.-
;
I and we think we should be allowed "'" .
:.:'""d j lino tuner to I settle it ours;eheo.ou have ]I! "' -. r... --.-.--.. .line \ears ao 1 : $U7.20C,1C I ;. Since ISM, however,
jto
01.! *till you hold I !j was atnirnt a help the !growth has been rapid, and the
., '
here in this ----- ---- ---
'I your race problem city, | "-, ID less Mclim of thatlreatl -1.I--- 4
r. M nit: : I in. I hive ]: ..,}.:;;;,,;;:.;:;;::;: ii..iase-conMimiJtit total value of manufacturers' materials -,
m sour black lucis right o2 Sixth --. ------- t
rites I L.
n. BEAR & CO., DISTILLERY
:' n- !;c'i ar.d hives | in the months end DISTRIBUTORS PENSACOLA FLA.I'I.Inc 11.
: -- Mr. Chas. I'r",5oj ; ported seven ". _.
anti don'taat us tu' -. -,- -
'.1 1 ;pi i uio f \('tnrifJ : aveuae ou }-- -'--=- I'. M., of SitU, : ing with January 1903 is: 73 per cent --- -" '-- -- -- 'r 1"MEA1' '

hook |; come up here and tell you how to i iI \\liiteCo.Ina.. "I .... & MALT \tt
u--i'r. [store "'as or.Snol to nv rm for ..vtrai'moiiths; greater than the average importa- ] has a marvelous 'j : .
,J to. j quell and Irc\'nt race riots such lay b.n.s, :an.' ue-Jil. rs had, ;iven up all hole lions of materials dur- :\ reliant1il' you f.11Iou what I I1' dietetic value. U' bil iefre l icgand :i' :
manufacturers'
a3\\ il ray r"CO"Iumil our il ly a fticn a'lviscdTr
that jri-ntli'mnn wlIIh..l'w ?
( 'HAS.,1', KSSLEY.SEilO you J.ad. t6tak'- Lir:I'ltrce'" r.oli'-ii Me iinl Di'coverv 'I lag the period 1S&D-09 and actuallymore pleasant to takf, it heirs a.;-imila- i ,
of the ; N, Clerk-No. but I found out what T.'
I "We tad no fault! tu find with I and aftir I h.\I..1..u the lonteuta tion of food. KoM bv '
*eiom'! liottlc 1 \*.11 ill to 11"inrovc Alter iLing than double some of the years I !.e didn't viuuLMireliauitWliat
) ProbioVui MtKmley'b policy lie paid six buttle- I was. I h..nol'y hti":: \'". dilucred 1 DANNlIElssIR IJUOti. ".r
YOUR ORDERS from the grave and tntlrtly cured. I am now a buring that period. Not only has ? How dare 3'011- :
toutheru -
his to the negroes
obligations strung aud hearty Man" the importation of manufacturers' X"\\' ('Iprk-\nll I sold it to him. -

", [I-live for carpenter or with such tact that there was Dr. Pierce's Pleasant 1'elkts cleanse I Cut oiic Standard and Times. .'

work. Repair: work ; no friction but this bucliiiig broscho the clogged system from accunjulated materials actually increased but the I J. N. ANDREWS -:1: .

,. II impurities. share which they form of the grand ,
method of landing negroes: in office I n..ntll or Foreign TraTci."how .

I1 ..." : ..idles skirts aud waist* makes us angry and leads us to bay -' total of imports has also greatly in did jour husband enjoy his '< Headquarters forC W 1fI' f fSEWING

i ....r specialties. btar Laany PROPER DISCIPLINE TO BE EN. creased. In 1SS9 manufacturers' materials visit to the .\Alhambra inquired the '
hut things.
.: FORCED. formed less than :33; per cent friend of the family MACHINES. : it'E
"The install lJr.1
president
-- may I
total of the country. "lie was tickled most to death." replied -
'of the imports
?f.tn'S/ file $cst Jr c. Crum in office, but 1 tell you the colored -I The present secretary of the navy months ending with Mrs. Gasvvell.: "lie killed snake REALESTATEANDRENTALACENT ..: .
i and in the seven (
--- collector of the port of Charleston I seems determined that officers who there." ..:
C.h..OTOnXAc i i January 1903 they formed over 46 1:1 South Palafoz Street.
eKi: You toe Mays! ; fo'.jfl will have a mighty lonely time. have been found in any way deficientin which form .:
:i-I sWire they
[ per cent, the Knew AVlmi He AVanlril. -- -- "

:.. .. .. tLi/IU -#. "The negro in the South has every the performance of their duty shall ,jot the total imports being larger for Politician-I'll do what I can to get ';<0
; chance to get on in his sphere, butwe ;
----- not escape without adequate punish this latest period than at any earlier work for 'Olt.Citizllllll1Jn't. iWWNNNI J 'f
north does
ask no more than the
want work what I'm
for corresponding period ;
a
PEARL & DOL1VE.C in wanting him left in his place, and ment. Recently two court martials time after is a city job.-exchange.HP '1" "
trade. .
in the history of our import :.
in being allowed to choose our own haY been ordered in both cases i j'

i na tLpm at the corner of GarI : ., society and to have as our official after special boards of inquiry had The increase in the importation of I'orl

"1 Alctmz [street? for carppn-. I further I,i manufacturers' materials is shown Jn -I'.ut poverty is no disgrace.[ 5 NK'8TAURAIIT
superiors Inca of our race. recommended that no proceedings .i.r
J electrical work.or phohe CtW, nearly every important class of articles !tc-l"Ill.m. no; but there nrc r.omHiU '<:
: "The South is not afraid of the negro be had in each case although -i .
Which combine to form this group. : conn xtl'd: with it .- j <:
I. race. It is not multiplying, as expressing the opinion that (| .:
J U1! c:
LED proposals endorsed 'Tro- Importations of hides and skins, for e. ''
imagine and migration northward the officers concerned had been culpably -.
for Kailruid Track Scale." will some 133OvO.OtW I::::
example, have increased from -
'eived at the Bureau of Yards is keeping down the population'of ) negligent in the performance in the seven months A man never knows what! a cosFfifnre i'f:
\ pounds
'I'ks.avy Department: Wash- '' the Hacks to the whites. I don't of duty. 1 I'e l.s until asked to tell n lie

until 1 o'clock. March 14, 1003: ''pretend' to quote statistics but 1 am In the first case!' now beirg tried ending with January 1809 to ISo/'f'O-; to Fhio'd! some om he never liked very :a. .

nand there publicly opened.ton I 00 pounds in the seven months ending will anyway.-Atihiaon: GJobe. : ,; ..'
;"sure the iiegro population ot North at Newport the officer! on I trial lost .
railroad track scale at -
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with January 1303cotton: ; importations --- ---- I) ..
Yard. Pensacola Fla. Plans Carolina has been reduced 13;: per his ship, the tug Leydon, while enter-1:
I have increased from :Sl.i'O'V! A Night Alarm. 1
ations will be furnished by !ct-nt in the last ten >ears. ing Newport harbor, the vessel having .
MOIMHXUI-. KXDI 0''14> to 40/M'0fniO, pounds; cotton I AVorse alarm of fire at DAILYMENUS
than
"1 believe that the negro problem! gone ashore in a fog and becomea an i r :
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f of Bureau January 2C.( waste, from ::.flUII.tllil l ) to 10,3of; >,ufMjpounds I :: a ...
i night is the brassy cough of croup. :
is moving northward and that the complete wreck. The court of inquiry : ,
all
M4Oav2v.KNIGHTS :! Compri-e the .
I Up-to- .
silk from 5(100,0110 to 9'itjo000 ,- '
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; [ which sounds like the children'sKnell ;
--- I
ho such love for that the commandingofficer
I very people profess reported tin from 33,000,000 to 0:::a Date Dishes the Markets ., p.
the race will soon know what it is failed to take soundings ) pounds; I[ and it means death unless
i I of the World i'Ladies'
i 143/Mi I : <(,OnO pounds; tobacco from C- something is done quickly. Foley's :::-
Ufl) ) IJIREUTOItY to be jostled by blacks. when he should have done so, and A ? .
000,000 to 18oOit,000 pounds; wool I Honey and Tar never fails to give ..E
"But You never heard of an inferior attributed the loss of the vessel to ]I instant relief and quickly cures the
SS.OHO.Ourt to 88.000,000) pounds; -
OF PYTHIAS. race dominating; Anglo: .Saxons, this culpable negligence on the part from j worst forms of croup. Jlrs.P. L. Cor- =- -

and you wont hear of negro supremacy of the commanding officer. Althoughthe copper from less than $3,000,000 to tier of JIanninston, Ky.. writes: '

r fI.a i 'iLxIsf. No. 3. K. of P, in this land even in sections court of inquiry recommended over $12,000,000 value; manila hemp I "My three year old girl had a severe '; Private

I' 1 froa: 27OuO tons to :35,500: tons; and case of croup; the doctor said she
m i n ever Monday eveni where the blacks outnumber the that no further proceedings be had I I could not !live. I got a bottle of j Dining Parlor.
at7::*) at Castle a'l.! jute from :::;,(1110 to :;:!,(tliO tons. Foj .* 'v.
!' *h.. Kloant Uat&ou I whites five to one. and greatly extolled th1 cool and gal Iley's Honey and Tar; the first dose ] .
.' t. i.iag. third floor.HinK i The following/ table shows the valueof I gave quick relief) and saved her life." u
in
alone and of the officer
I "Just let the South stop lant conduct qUl'S'tion -
't \ brethren cordially
manufacturers' materials importled Refuse substitutes. W.D'Alem.- ,
.,._ tc OUWd ambitions in the in rescuing his men from the i I
futile negro
inciting '
j J. A. LYLE. i i and the share which they form of 'berte, 121 S. Palafox street -I'
H. HOKAI.ER c C [ and the raco problem will settle into wreck and being the last to be rescued I Regular Dinner Daily.
K. K.. & M. ; the total imports in the seven months I'
insignii.car.ro." the secretary of the navy held
1 ending with January of each year -l
that proper discipline demanded that CARPENTRY AND
I Blunder. I from 1887 to l'Ji'3: : Short Orcle-rn 1'roinpily
I'I'll >n I.,,!;::" No..1:1 A Double: the officer be tried by, court martial. '
materials !
I'I't I Imports of manufacturers' ELECTRICAL WORK
t'illcI,1\il-ht .
t 11 r'1'"I"Io'I"rxrtiln lit 7W.(mnlHii I\t There are persons in every community The other! case in which a court II I and percentage of the total iaiimrts : or Hay.If

1 I. 'lU'itNeorditillv Invited |i who in the social circle have an martial has been ordered is that of'' seven months ending with January : -I

J. AI.I'.EKT JollNhOV C. ,O.A I astonishing talent for saying and do- I the young officer who commanded'I II : I Ring; np Pearl & Dolive, phone 1\1'.0,1.. It's HoniethlnKinoH to Kat It

S ins the wrong thing One of these unfortunate the turret of. the batt'OJhip )JIassa-j Yt'If: Value Per cent if YOU h!,ve any carpenter or elecui- )'oI111'bb. you'll EDO It at j

I 17 $140,434,209 :G.31 pal work you want well done.rffTF1 .
Kcntlemen, at a reception in when men were killed ,
chusetts eight
rss 14.12Ih9: :! ; ; :;:;.n Nick Apostle'sPopular

i: I. !:':" NI. io, K. fir iy I LrmloiK once said to Lord North, through the premature discharge of : 1SS9 HI )G.CH ::t.flislSS .

11 ". ,'.. : \.> 8', KniebU: of. "\VLo is that uncommonly ugly ladyopposite a cartridge. The court of inquiry I H5.12t.GG9 3.H;: Restaurant.
\.n' Ihur-rt.iv evenin 'I to jou?" "That uncommonlyugly ISS9 H7Hllj.GH :; .!lg ,
I tliflr ( UMln Ilikll.CfUM which examined the case found that I '
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iilsuii buil< 0 g,..>utliif lady sir is my wife. "No my 1S91) 15 .njij( : ::i4.461S91 I (i 1iese tiny('qwalcs are supcnor'te ifl

> ..\. lUlU liinliMj....tr"I'II I, hli." saij'th'e (Iul'rist. ..i lU an'the the young officer in charge of tile'turr t IGs,7i,5: ; :! ,3.7; lUlsam of ipaiba\ /'""'\ i U

,tr< cor
.. C.: daughter." when he found that one of1; : poi,442.Oll1S91 ::1..2;) I T1j.i -11tI.to 48 hllllrH1Jl' I U;

: -. his RUES had failed to fire and order- ', : 11: ,!l2S,3GO :::0c71s'J _.A "..-," 1 5"j-, 11 tl.lnil.; suit ifl"jtju34 -

'neath the stars andstripes before I !lj: WiIG3.i ::;;.53 >t .. ..1. ft 4. ti 1'\.r.GT! !
best pill the breech
The oil the opening of 41.5GlSn
I 1t'd 19S.iM.Shuli TA W ah & cI
I. O. O. :F.IVnli ; the percussion mechanism had !been i I 1H.i.071i7: G.j7 5 D .

It cleanses the system and never properly cased dO'vn. In this case ,: 1lg 153. 03.r.8t 4.13;; I 3KNEKAL F1UACH: tuutun.t; ;

',,I.. I..",;:l* Xi, 4 gripes. also the secretary: held that good i 1s1: :' Hi,311lj,1ljlj 40.1i1U" \ t, "

,,''-tv evening at ":$> at I :2l,70l,9lt! : : 9 4.1': Following ia the schedule of the INSURANCE
Risers worldly repute the conduct
\\ --. Intenilfiiciit Hrect.cordially : Little Early discipline required that l11I1 lS7HG.Cr.::; 4-S( i

: I .Io1Ao.ix.| inUtitd.N'. O.AMERICN Ask for DeWitt's and take no of the acused officer should lIe scruiti- 12(' 237i69,133 -1n I government steamer General French A XI) ,.

:' :" ','rl't.&ry, substitute. nized by a court martial. 1.,03!, :!jj,:il7,jiG -tG.39 which THE NEWS prints for the REAL ESTATE ,

A small pill easy to buy easy to take There was, of course, nothing criminally -I benefit of the merchants who ship No. South Palafox Street. .j.
I their goods to the various army !
GUILD. and easy to act but never failing in careless in either case, but undoubtedly posts: -

results. le\Yitt's Little Early Risers there was a lack of proper Leaves Hensacola_._..... ... 7:00a. m. Partial List of Desirable Dwellingsfor

1.1.11.\\\: Chapter No. ( 07.r. arouse the secretions and act as of inefficiency HARDBRICK Leaves Harm-as?..,..... ........_ .....7::iki a. m Kent
a tonic to the liver curing permanently. judgement, and the appearance Leave Pickeus ._.... ..._. ....._ Hyn a. m. in Various Parts I .; i
,''. LISDJS"YRrTU.: John Sheppard at least. Even though: the Leave liarrancas.._. ...... ...__. "IS a. m., f of the City: :
:. tirv ..Governor.K. Harris Pharmacy LaYes Penaacola .....__,___. .. _loIS a. in, ': !
Sidney Kahn. verdict of both court martials will Arrives Barranca 11:10 a. m. and then $:15.00-2U-story) house, containing 12 room, r
makes a trip to tortMcKee and then returns tail modern conveniences bath on I
acquittal
: OF L. probably Iw complete to Ilarrancai.Leaves upper and lower floor, corner lot. ,

Secretary Moody is entirely Barrancas _.. ... ..... ..... J.lhp. m. iiice yard and ehrutibery, etable. out-.
nevertheless ?
Leaves Pickeni ._.. .._, ..... ..... ..._ 1:25p.m. bouses, etc, ]!I.o. 7M Lan l.aliua
I, al .\sM-in1ily No. 1505.Mi : I CASTOR right in insisting that the officers U-aves feasacoia.... ..-__. ......._. 4:4ip.m.: tre.t.35.OO5Itory.
that Leaves Fick"ni .. .. ..._. ,...__ :1p.m. ': boarding house, containing ,
'ty In each month. Infants and Children should be courtmartialcd so Arrives Harrancas 6:80 p. m. and ma.', 25 roiirnn, known as tte i'oure de .
rot Leon .
i houe.l'O llu East: JnttDilen-
IMl.TilARP. the extent of their guilt or entire innocence rIp to MolUe and return. cia Elrl'.t.pJ.IA .

,0111:1.1.:'-ritary.. U.V.. : The Kind You Have Always! Bough! may be judicially! deter :Boat\VednesdaysandKatnrday wi-l! leave Barrancas via Pick-'?1 the 7 room desiraMn, moitdnmriibli'tectloool 2-story modern dwelllnK(be ,

mined. jns for Pensacola at 6::m p. m. city on a corner on the ttreet car

;Boars thtd '/rpAtWf'of ;:;:::;;: I AIMS' ON HAND) The Oenfral French is for army ,iO.O-Large IID", o.t1-.toIY aiNorth dwelling.Jarcelona Iu roomi street.,

The Beer ; : parpo only and any out-ider mut 4overinient fronting -evllivbquare, >o.:).) Kail
Save a pass from the quartermaster Btreet. I
What's in a Name? ':ifi.t >-Comfortable new !- tory modern
ctake 01 her ..
paasaee o t-liinK.II roorn.vPry drtlrBble
That Everything is in the name when it .HALF. tion of Ibe city situated on Nortb sec
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@ AN ART STUDIO. comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. . tiayten.between blrong and lieSotostreets.


1'V'1M: n n A'J"" I have opened a studio in room 9, DeNVitt & Co., of Chicago discovered I -TO- ';:j5.i! ,)-2-story H rooms dwelling, three doors In ecod from order the with L.." li f

where I will give I line baa gas and water tbrouebout,
block,
fH1.\\ 1 t UY YU 1 1I Salisbury of drawing [ some years ago how to make a salve >o. L'li.North Barcelona" (treetr
lessons in my own system I ONE MILLIONGet .2OOO-I'6\er1' dwelling( room*. city water,
called "Black and "White" from Witch Hazel that is a specificfor : Lath gas with larite corner lot fio.
*eWe Wright .
SVICTORIA- itch street.I51'6Ic.ry :
also in-French Pastel painting and Piles. For blind, bleeding i $ ( dwelling Groom!. newly pa-
and protruding Tiles eczema, pered and painted throughout oa
Newspaper and Magazine Illustrating. ing : i belt lice. No.'M East Gregory tree.(. ;.
cuts burns bruises and all skin dis 115.00-1-story dwelUmr.citywaterandbatb, f f.roornl. f.
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Our Prices Before J .
half lock of
ground with
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li. 'E II\' .\CIE classes in eases, DeWitt's Salve has no equal \ beautiful shade
BREWING co I have taught; larpe every : treta, >o. 7us ilatt
Cervantes
I'l.-t: 10-CKNT KOTILK BKKllIX town in Georgia and in many of the This has given rise to numerous $I.O -l-story dlll'elllnKo itreet. 415 Ea.t Grego

TOWS.D&NNHEISSER. female colleges of the South so can I worthless counterfeits. Ask for Do::1 Pur hasing. ry painted..tr"d,1i rooms, newly papered and

offer you an experience of twenty- Witt's-the genuine. Hargis Fhar I Ul.'>>--'O.IIU East Belmont Street 5-room t

BROSA Sidney Kahn. -- cottage city water, newly painted, t.
studio will be John Sheppard,
five years. In the macy, In perfect order. I .
,'"., I I collection of 110.50-J>o. lull North Aleaob 'tIbet. a new I :
FOR THE CELEBRATED found the choicest .
: C s'Z'onJ: : boose in good order with 5 rooms. I .

I. V, Hare Whiskey. crayon work ever shown is by xtendedto a single Beanth. lie Kr.i: 1l1 Have A:mays &s$ Capacity 50,000 Daily, |10.ooo.water. ftU, a neat hast 6 beimoct room cottage street newly city ,

artist and an invitation painted and renovates throughout. .
and it. My !l&turo- f-14-- | t.oo-So. VluF.aet La llu a street, a neatly l
see
everyone to come C. R. TAYLOR, papered t-room cottage good con I

\! terms for instruction are moderate dillon,large lot,city water. : ',
1 U, use-401 S. Palafox: street. OTIS A. MILLER.We Brick Artistic Shoemaker A large \list of smaller dwellings, at well }r' I
Co.
i. 1. Kihane-Opp.: Union Depot. Hot French Waffles wit McMiIlan ai a number itorti and offices t UK.KE r. .

p will launder your spreads foi ai FIXE WORK A SPECIALTY. THOS. C. WATSON & CO., i : .
o. Uox ftjl. Pensacola Fla.Phoue Florida Cane Syrup
each and make them look Fla. Leadlc Real Estate Rental and Iniaranc f ,
15 cents Pine Barren .
,;i 116 2S3. like ijw. Star Laundry. Solomon's. Phone No.:). 9 South Palafox St,, Agenti, 1 boDtb falatoz Street. :

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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY. MARCH 7 1903

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idea of being "close to the railroadsand SECRETARY MOODYIS Oldest and Largest
COMING SOUTH. be cured. Agency in
corporations" what's the matter Consumption can certainly West Florida.Coolies
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with moving out into the woods? According to present plans, Secretary -

Such a move would evidently bea Moody of the Navy Department, Not all cases, but very many. Ayer'sCherry EST.\HI.ISIIII: 11tr; ;.

Bmtorad a'the Pod Office at Peniacola, small loss to Tampa. The wonderis will leave Washington Monday for C.AytrCo.
M*"tMODd-eiaii matter. that a newspaper of such mossback Charleston, S. C, where he will embark Pectoral is the medicine. .;. .Mi.

OFFICE:-PlU'i Building. Jlljf Booth propensities canf exist in so hustling I on the dispatch boat Dolphin fora Bros.INSURANCE
...!.!ox itrtet op- and city.
a
up-to-date
cruise in the West Indies and a tripto
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THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. I Pensacola, it is understood. It is I! CLARRENCE SELLECK | More Riots..

The Infant expected that the distinguished headof I I DIED LAST NIGHT.At Disturbances of strikers are not

Terms: Invariably In Advance. takes first to human milk; that. failing the department will be at Pensacola nearly as grave as an individual disorder -

3M Tear by II all _____K 00 .,the mother turns at once to cow's very soon now and should he come, 9:30 o'clock last night Clarence of the system. Overwork, loss

ttz Mouths ____ 2 60DM milk as the best substitute. Borden's he will be the second naval secretary Selleckan aged fisherman died at of sleep nervous tension will be followed -

: W ek,by Carrier Payable Monday 10 Eagle Brand Condensed Milk: is a to have visited here within two j ears. his, home, No. 333 East Intendenciastreet by utter collapse unless a reliable AND

cow's milk scientifically adapted to I I after an illness of many i, remedy is immdiately employ
Mnrtiting Rates Furnished on Application I ed. There's nothing so efficient to
; first for,. REAL
Y' I the human infant. Stood HAD TO KILL months. He was a member of Star ESTATE
cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys
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't forty- five years. SMALL PET DOG. of the Sea Assembly. 2079, K of i ,
!! TELEPHONE NO. 118. I I i as Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful
L., and members of that order will tonic, and effective nE.'r''lneand loll South
A PAIR TO DRAW TO. Yesterday afternoon a small pet l"alaflttrl'l't..
attend the funeral which will occur the greatest all around medicinefor
(Baldwin Times.) dog belonging to a family on Romana run down systems. It dispels
il tv! ] UNIONLASEt_ Since the recent improvementsmade i! street was affected with a disease resembling from the residence Sunday afternoon Nervousness Rheumatism and Phone 22. Pn\, y s
at 3:30 o'clock. Services will be heiJ Neuralgia! and expels Malaria germs.
In the mechanical department of the rabies and for the personal -
at SL Joseph's church and the Interment Only SMC and satisfaction guaranteed -
that Pensacolacan safety of children ana"others a
The News at place. will be made at St. Micbal's by \V A IVAlemberte, druggist,
fEBBAOOLA, MARC 7, 1903 boast of having two very enter I policeman was summoned and shot cemetery. i i 121: S. Palafox street.MATTRESSES II GIXIKAL AIMN:
the dog. It was not known what was

I 1 One of the charges against Judge and prising Journal.daily newspapers The News I really the matter with the animal. I OF ALL GRADES I The Equitable

OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S FROM $1.50 TO $12.50. SIXTY i i (
I Swayne is incompetency and the Hot French Waffles with The flneet hue A uuiorelU-i lu the
DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAMI-
question naturally arises, how did he Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's. city is at J. I. S'fphpiif Go look Flue oyster today. Try them ,
I I I NATED FELT MATTRESSES. TRY'
manage to conceal it so long? at them. NIC APOSTLE. life Assurance
i i ONE. MARSTON & QUINA. SocietyOf

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If the democrats to select a can
go ---- the United Slat

didate from New York, they must not
11EXKY R HVHIX I iutil.r
forget that the Hon lIaHill is W 'mrwm'W wmNN''rVJj;
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'1l around there somewhere watching I\::;;: "Strongest in the World"

r them.


cs t r "The The condition St Augu-tine Washington lli-cord. oxc'aims street: I'"'.'".:::::: GET YOUR PIANO TUNED r WHILE YOU HAVE A (CHANCE. 'Z'WHY NOT THE BEST ? -J


after the rt-cent rains is sufficient

' j t cause fur the outburst of indignation! I ---a.- ---v'' __ __ ,,_-- TIEIERCFR>> f TS
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among the merchants on that thu- ::JiJ

oughfare." That is to say the out. :
diJ; TRANSFER GO
i, hurts follows the cloudburst. j TT. PRESSLEY! e t:

Having been awarded the ,' .-
After the adjournment of the legislature | v:::
for carrying! the U S. Mail bfw>
June 1st, the campaign will Will do the Work. He has been Tuning and Repairing Pianos for 20 years; has tuned the L. & X. Depot and Po-t < '"

be on In earnest, and may be expected and also the exclusive bag all' m!
to be fast and furious until the last =- this season 150 Pianos in Pen acola.PRESSLEY'S I 1 lege on all trains entering; ti .
I we are prepared to tran-fcr bj .
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ballot is cast in the primary of 150 1 J.- :11II and ,;>
pa tlA'.tto and from an v
il Tampa llurald. =- t<-K l- residences and tram, d.
PATENTED PIANO ACTION FOR SALE.
' Now, wouldn't that freeze you? night.ProEptiBeliaWcScmceGnaraii.
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j The Herald may paw the sand and
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froth at the mouth with political 4
i i'e I IJ I i also
eouduttt a Freight D.
frenzy but it will not attract much attention IT-
? r, ery Bu ine s-haul piano- ,jt--,
from theotcrs of Florida ,. machinery and furniture at KIUj..
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J t t so far in advance of the jHrformance. j =- \ a Yr ; ;. ,. {.' t J > \ ". able Prices.
:, The "fast and furious" tableau will .f'f Telephone your order t. F, (I,
Foil's Livery M.ible. Phon >f
1 lie confined to the Herald office for
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:11II H. Hallmark', H" ? "
I some time yet. Phone 3ol.MERCHANTS.
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The action of the dunoerats in =-- Jw2''j. ,,.-.. "- ,-" t ; rt4s TRANSFER CO.

the rlnsinir days of the !;l'l ion in : '
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ms. H. H. JlA LL'LIII'rlll'
blocKins; important li-jn;!atinn, umo > \::: ..., "
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-, HARRY HALLMARK Trrn.a.lt, ,
' of it that an ownhplmin majority >! ,; ,. .: : ;
x::;: .' ': ',' .' ". L A\. II. It.to.,I'.at i' .', \
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of the pPfJple demand, such for instance | ..
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ratification of the canal ; ,' r '
as i ...JIJIII : ;; i_
treaty, will lu the arty no sumd ai x.::
I ); IJJII TIII:
the next "k-oiion.V.'o can't blame t'um \::: .

for cutoriainmg tvcliassf r- -,-in *j:

p meat at the way they were tr'al",1 I Iis sl :'3D Y. JeoY GR QY{ t
:
1
azs
,
"w
>y the 1J111jurity; but their ftlli.m: t riic'\
c: 'f fi r PZ 7R' 'X'*rt77N6 d:" 9RS!* !,

+ performance wa unwise and cuuii-i! I::: M T V tY"MR. F.yf-./'. ..- I r- '_-_._-. /-r- c T,.. "' t' ;..1.J L \\ IiolcN.ilc ami

4I t I4'(ail Cruet>.
' The dfiuiicrat-. liver tinr''"ll'r:; *
::t -
It seem to b>- disposed!I to count I). U <: lir.\ioi: ;31CIlIt: mi:

Hill out of the game and fail to ::\t..- c::
., Family, Fancy and Stall".
him whoa casting about for pi<'-n.l-: 11' )II +aIit.ISl.1} \t'tyn... J'rt t. *

tial timb.-r, b'lt they will find that he : v< Groceries, <
't::: ?
1 is neither dead! | our slcejin! ;;. Omu :
-:::J1Jn and All Kinds "f I'p-t 1 "i-di'i, '!
of tlivi' :fine mornings they will!l Ic.ini
.
(t'HjijiVe
that h<- has hrt.n fixing! thins', in a 0::: .
l llJtlf \ arc sole DI trlhllll'"- f.t I V
1 way thfj little dr -anii'd 01 l.ul: t:
: Florida for the Oltbri'-ii! t "
1 tine of the shn'\\'dM iioliiici.'n- ill 'to' ... Monde Coffee Sweet ll-iiui' v 1

M l country and Ini i i\: going! to In- l h"II.1 "rll re': Iliiui and Climo: Fl"ur-. I;
:::
:) ; from when lu- thinks 11 is tl.c \!pr'.,"', : f Df'liclt.t'n.: Uerin.tn.iii. I
I c \ + ? }' tit ; ij: s Fond C.>.'+ Canned M.-.it-, !I' ',', ;;
t time. As a prcsidentidl poa.ibCtryy : J.' :ba. ,
: of which Mil fold bv ,tit'!1 tc: .

. y" must be reckojwl with. ...: Retail Grocers in the: t'I' \ ,

;t (io'j.ioi soi''111 PII,\1' \
Vp to the present writing no 01 '

has risen up and denies the as, 'nun :: /

e' t that Senator Taliaferro stands T 1,: '__ 4.q
j c. w r.IiI1 fat i' I tt 1ll ; PENSACOLA
.
s R 41khitabI4ta,r nrlta.i1' j, !Li"
t
I to the railroads and corpoiation-" 01 : J
" the stat. .-Tampa IIt'rah"t; .
e.
-.arrwr'itiwitierfitlttrix ,
ClubFOR
This j ii shoo: more of the amt old ( Pressing

.n.?{J claptrap that has bt'<'n in use in this ,:

state for tin- last tw'ntpar-; to GENTLEMEN.

,1 work tV iiiii iihisticateil It ith i

I I same old ;gac::: It's so chestn'im thai ;IS

'',I! hair has grown on n. It is rat "apt r 4r One Dollar Per Monti;

I annuaied for ser\we in th> pulitu! I'" u i <
::Jaa In Advance to ; ,
campaigns of Florida at this ,1,1\' i, \ \'lIjh'.r-hJp

, 1 The tin ". was when sick an nip'ii a Clot'ie* Clfdiiel lord I'r.. d: ,
often n; df..ir -d. Your ('I 1.-
\ i
l'i r.: :'
tion wou'd! damn a man in
r'' iworte tit for arid d -ivcri rr
than an mdirtnient for I"MHl ;DlJg '.II'.. 1'alufnx au,I Join '
f y a grand jury but that true.i. lu.i;' ': tiub.Mies',

: it pity P-IM Flondians! n-\\ nit ;t.t ',

frightened! at.i i,ht
I I Their chief omcern now is L:'>u' : tfd. ,. f- Yours for Ne if' --

get more 01 Th.nt'hat woi'1': l.i:. ,

pa and tin. H<'raid do within,. t \::J1 G. W. IRWINHot

roads Ii M.e lit-laid 'I'm', 1'.1'! n I.'
I ,c' c
.

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Chocolate w tb

PeculiarTo ,.. M Whipped Cream, at Sr jinon's. -


\-1j- : ;,r : .
,
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: Itself

: __ STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

In what it te: au l what it ilo: ;:s;-containing .
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y', j the \v-t MtKKl-purifjinjr, ,t taltt'raliH'
I\etwppn 1'fni.acola al
endIiltun n!
3'p and tonic t.nlist.inces and u urd ,7e
vj Ituni Daily '
Ficept SiiniU
,
effecting the ino:,t radical awl permanent -

cures of all humors and all "CITY OF TAMPA."

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eruptions, relieving weak, tired, ..t Milton 11-1 am LT Pn.sc..:a, ,"*
.
ul'I'ob.olaIIJIJaln nPareYk
: Ar Milton
'
Languid feeling, and building up' "- -RECOMMENDED BY THE LEADINC FACTORIES AND MUSICIANS:._ ; Round trip.ll

the whole 'ptem-i true only ofHood's -
CHAS. F. FISHER. JUDSON FEMALE COLLEGE COX COLLEGE,

Sarsaparilla 3 Fisher's \Vareroonis Philadelphia Marion, Ala. Manchester, Ga.
JEWELER IN HIS
No other medicine acts like it; ALFREDO-BARILI, ANDREWS FEMALE COLLEGE. CENTENNARY COLLEGE :

BO other medi'-ine has done so Atlanta, Ga. Cuthbert, Ga. Cleveland! Tenn.

much real, substantial good, no'i' ._ NEW STAND
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- -- -- - - --
other medicine has restored health i .

and strength at so little cost. : an- .
Will do Better Work than elsewhere
"I was troubled with sm-fula and came you you get or no Pay. i I have moved my Jewelry '

near logins my eyr.ielit. For four months I 121) .
South PalafDi. former
could not Me to do anrtbins. After taVira
two bottles of Hood' sarsaparilla 1 could see ,. pled by liasi: & Co., and ai a
SEND YOUR ORDERS AT ONCE TO G. R. JOHt/!SON1S GEM BOOK STORE. ,
to walk and when I had taken eitLt bottles I better prepared than ev r : =
tould nee as well a< ever." Son A. HAIRS- in "
great bargain dlamonJ w >

Hood's K.Witi 'n.X.C.Sarsaparilla! promises to 1mm.F\ I WJW'mPNJ\I N\EA pJi Jvj 5\jY} JI i ';jewelry etc. Call and set L' ,

cure and keeps the promise. > u U y 1 1 U U 1 }\J i let me convince J.you.I. STEPHENSt




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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA= SATURDAY MARCH 7. iaoa.

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Grand Climacteric A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER.The No.86O8. 4'41
the
When W. 0. O'NEAL, President M. CLARK, Cashier;

lQQtt Way Physicians Now Treat Ca 8. J. FOSHEE.Vioe-Preiident; JOHN PFEIFFER Ass't CathUr. It
Period of Woman's Life CAUGHT AT RANDOM '
tarrh. ;

ArrivesPaine's j Physicians who formely dependedupon AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ill,

Inhalers, sprays and local washesor
"Garden street promises to be one OF t:
ointments
now use Stuart's Catarrh PENSACOLA FLA. h
Celery of the most important thoroughfaresIn
Tablets because as one of the '
the city very soon," remarked a most prominent stated, these tablets Designated Depository of the United States. Ir

gentleman who was passing over contain in pleasant, convenient form Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb. U, IOC'3.
CompoundTakes that street last
e"enlng.kSlnce the all of the really efficient and reliable RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. .
4
new true house has been com- '
catarrh remedies, such as red gum, Loaasand Discounts... .. ...... ........ ... $336,072.95 Capital Stock ...... .... .. .. .. ........ .... $200.000.00)
Her Safely Into After-Life Free pleted other property owners have blood root and Hydrastin. Demand Loans..... .... .. ...... .... .. .. .. 122.86654 j Surplus ...... .. .. ...... .... .. .. ...... .. .... 20,000.0(7 #.i

the Ailments and Dangers come to realize what an ideal building They contain no cocaine or opiateso Overdrafts..... .. .. ........... .. ..... .. .. 1,160.02 Undivided Profits.... .. ..... .. .... .... .. .. 690.70 : 1-

from i centre it is, and now some of the U. S. Bonds and Premiums......... ...... 213,806.87 Circulation........... .. .... .... .. .. .... 125.000.00! ,-
Common to Her Sex. most substantial buildings in the ( common in liquid catarrh medicines Stocks, securities, etc... ............ ...... 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid,...... .... .. .... .. .... 180.00 ;\\1-

city and cough syrups) and they are Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... .... .. 6.718.48 Deposits ...... ...... ...... .. .... .... .. ...... 65,549.31
('har.I', of life, which usually comes are found thereon. Now there are given to the little children with entire Cash and Exchange........... ... ... ..... 223,17024 ;:

un, !,evince the age of forty and fifty being built two hotels and a big safety and benefit. __ .i\
_
i j,;. -to.".,
j.i : .' ,ii.ii'.U'T!: ; time is made known by1'f. three stories high and will representsome from Catarrh in my head and This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give 'f&

CI .tnnps, stomach derangements, of the finest of architecturalwork. throat every winter and it would hangon four business prompt, courteous and careful attention. ,i

I J.L.I,: ?I.-. ntrvou ness pain in back Xow I learn that the Idea of ..
,. : ,'. limbs and abdomen frequent. clear into summer, with stoppageof 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
; putting a new city hall on the the nose and irritalon in the throat

street has been growing of late and
affecting my voice so that I was con- ;

: ..:..., 4 should the necessary funds ever be tinually clearing my throat before I B. H. FAIRCHILD

4yr available and the hall be erected, could speak plainly; it finally extended I LLZfl.=

real estate property men will find to the stomach, causing ca- C'P Ox.&TEn.En.> : : h)

their property going skyward in tarrh of the stomach.I 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. ; GREEN WATSON & CO.
values. This is
no philosopher'sdream q H
bought a fifty cent box of
'aroet Work and Refinishing furniture a .
and if things ever proceed that'ar Stuart's Catarrh Tablets at my drug- Specialty. I

the next move will be to pave gist's carried them in my pocket and h II h
Phone 4OS. MANY DEPARTMENTS FILLED WITH NEW MERCHANDISE. J
the street at least between I'.aylen used them regularly several times a I h
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and Tarragona streets. It is sayinga day and the way in which they clear o ..
R. K. WHITE
heap, but I am confident all of these I
I ed my head and throat and improvedmy I Everybody Is Invited.

things will actually exist during the hearing and general health I consider I Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler

course of the next twenty-four I little short of remarkable. I had and Graduate Optician, Make selections while can get '
I I your you
months: catarrh last winter and spring and pP
no I 1 soith Ttlitoi St., PrimroU, Ftijtudnq's choice of the VERY BEST Things.
I know I am entirely free from any I c
"You have been beforeme --- --
coming up ------ -, -
3F catarrhal trouble whatever. I d Yon well know the Prettiest and Best QJ
so often said Mayor Jones to 1 I lie Best ftr oc.te i Brig/lest,

a white woman several days since Mrs. Jerome Ellison of Wheeling .... y U I things are always; sought out and sold first. .j j
I writes: I suffered from catarrh near- :j
f in the city court, "that I actually miss :
\\1) my whole life and last, winter my is hereby ordered that the full! rate
'Olin the
you when I do not see
F court every morning. I will give you \\ children also suffered from catarrhal for the transportation of passengers in :: % NEW DRAPERIES. SEE THE DISPLAY. & :' :,

I colds and throat much the Louisville
what effect sore so the State of Florida on
::11 this time to see :
that days will have ," he said when they were out of school a large; part 1& Nashville Hailroad shall not exceed o CORDED \I\Ilt\*>Sf3iMnch3 wi le. . . ... .. .. .. 12'cFKEXCH : Q

on you I . . . .. . .
.:XCLLIC TAYLOR. .. of for of the winter. My brother who was o cents per mile awl the halt o PERCALES. 3'; inches wide. 15o
the woman entered a plea guilt I . .. . . '
SEA INLAND PERCALEinches wi.le' 12!
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Ohio Who Has lieen Re- drunkenness. cured of catarrhal deafness by using rate shall not exceed 1?2 cents per ..>> ;
Healtti 1'aine's Colery wg A L'lrjje A. ortmeutof GINGHAM Jjod ; '., :G
'i By Stuart's Catarrh Tablets urged me so mile for each passenger transported.It ; Styles 10,12' 15

CompHuml. lion Thos. .... McOourin: who has: much t ----- ---
been re-nominated for the United drug store and bought a package and shall bo effective on said Louisville

!>v:i5!,-rtigo: do,their palpitation annoyingwork of ('I States marshalship for the coming I am truly thankful for "hat-the- have &. Nashville Railroad on or before the & SEE WINDOW DISPLAY OF NECKWEAR, $

.mil debility. the'l(I four years, has returned from Washington done for me and my children. I al- 1st day of July! A. D. liwJ.! ; d ?
8 to 25c.
u any of these warning sym and is making ready to I ways keep a box: of the tablets in the By order of the Railroad Commission

are {experienced the u",j of 1 i I again qualify for the office." We gained house and at first appearance of a ,. ,..<

-> Celery Compound will doM ," said of )lc. JhFF. It. IlROYVXE. Chairman. j \\i 1 j jII.
fur anxious: and sufferingn. our point one cold or sore throat one or two of the I .

I'aine'tlefY Compound I I Courin's; supporters "and we are satisfied. catarrh tablet nips it in the: bud and R. C. DUNN, Secretary GREEN WATSON & CO. -: :
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regularly for a lew weeks will : I believe if the president had Catarrh is no longer a household affliction II. .. .

'a up none forte and physical I Mcfourin for the place, '-- -- .
not named my with us. "" J'l.
:.gth, tone digestion Keep the kid vote hereafter would be talliol in I r-/ ek' ..' 'G. W. & co------- :G. w. & CoW"Y.v._ _
and! liver in working condition

anish gloomy! fears, and give the democratic column.Ce vent in square judgment, I'd rather go to a .....
HEWS HOTES
-ioep. It has saved thousandsn the fight; to pur McGourin there We newspaper office than to a court of }

,' from terrible sufferings ands I did so. and in the apcomplishaijn: of justice. No man whose life is true. I D. HALE WILSON,
!-s Annie 1'asold. of DoH.IS I L
: how 1'ainc's Celery our end we ate satisfied; pure an.l just is afraid of a'!I the '_ ,__ ,/-j I

rnaiie her mother weilsays I' newspaper presses America.. They
-I.,. :- "Youni: "ladies are patriotic are I are the hut detective force hi the I Money don'1 grow on every bush Real Estate and Rental Agent

\\<1.; tak"ncry sick they not? questioned! vMtor.. "See I but people claim! to set mighty good ,
chant r-f life and l was of them adorned their I, country to lay. They hare punctured !
;* i I[ how soon many! results from all investments: in Ann-
.ifil for seven weeks. .. 1 more shams, and so far as I am concerned I[ i ;;''a Sotitli l'aJaJ"utl.'t: :
hats with ribbons from the vario'Isbattleships I heisser-lluhch beer sold in large and
best doctor lut I tar the l/rulles! off and '
say TELEPHONE 1 ro 241. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA
j f short time after their I constantly increasing; quantitlis:: at for
lit little ami! She I I' let them! w Tin!! on'.y: ....i-s thni will I ,
.\thug on her stom- arn\'al? As a general ru'.e. ladiesI j; Merchant's liijoti D.ir, the only strutlyi
I :be hurt v'.l' .J'.'. Mi- > v.-I I ,ts.
'. ; a!: ; is:\i'i
"> and she wasted :care I I more n-iiily' expressive of the r i ftrit-class] dispensary of liquid refresh-

iip>cured a bottle admiration for naval men tlan th:>st' I I meat sin the! city.
impound for her. i II I If G DtSiln( & Co.
md wondrous ret ;- : (.f the army, and to toll the plui! ; IMPORTANT I There is nothing succeeds like succi'sa Y F ,
ti
,. well at night truth. I don't blame them. [ and s'tccess depends upon bow
appetite return- I : inuljciurtTi!+ and Ocalers In
I j ju-i i you du business: as well as on the I
i and strong and : "I saw a distressing sight I t ,

', pleasure. She (I now," said a young man. "An old! \ ORDERS ISSUED quality\ of goods yon handle. The Sash Doors Blinds'Shingles t
,
Haine's. Celery: I I' man with one foot about !u .1!I.t' I man who has made the most surr.'-s (

i i"".d i I in this tin- la-t
in the bar business city
,
grave fell in the street in a ck? : --- r\ iBuilders'
ii ,
i ', few is )Ir. :\. Goldms, whtc'iproes
'. I. :"J\Y Y *ar. drank, and his son. just attaining to :STATE RAILROAD:: COMMISSION 'I years
that le does business, ril l'
I manhood Plied him to his feet dad .
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..TIIJ 1 I SIMTP tae I I i Materials
SAYS LOUISVILLE: :: & NASHVILLEMUST .
| and keeps the best brands of liniioi-'
believe
home. I ,
ut >t while [rtthtnf, i th"re can be no more pitiful existence : NOT CHARGE OVER 3CaU: I[ at either of his three place; "i' .
.. It Mioibr tbp Ct.ld,1' I business and he will treat you. Brick! and Lime. t':
in '_
advanced
than that of a man well CENTS PER r.11LE.I I -j
ts- All llCn.curt'4IC I.nrdv I ;
[ cur iMHrrbof! a i years, and the beta of a family, whois I The notice in yesterday's paper of Telephono .To. 3.1. :;

.r halt i>uir..rr im unable to withstand a craving for I the dissolution of the Jacoby (,r'l- __._....--- 'I
I cery Company \led many to believe
In every J ..rtnxc I
>
'r"K"u.l have !
The follow orders recentlyjbeen
I whiskey. ; (i that Mr. Jacoby, the retiring !menib.. : :
CHUCK it bottle I issued by the State Railroad], !; >vould move his family: t') Mobile ...SPECIAL SALE...
.
M;". Wlnill'w's "'''H1' You always keep I
... ir uthwr kind. Stag my paller. i I Commission at Tallahassee: I hand engage! in business! there, as ,J.AT .
on picking at me, and I tlon't file it, it had Ix-f-n reported that he would .. !
j Order to A. C. L. I
I remarked a well Known republican do \* lieu his withlrawal'as first contemplated.
CO TO E! W. PEAKE'S i: Railroad Commission State of Florida It will be gratifying to
several For the sake of
days ago I Tallahassee Fla., Feb., :25: 1Jo: :;. his many social and business friend- :
: .:i.\ -trrrt. t--r I we will not
your the paper's good name remain
I Order :\u. 7. to know that h" has decided! to BRAWNER'STo
,t H,. prepared ti? print the irate republican's cognomen i Passenetrj in I'1 -aC'fJla and in the near future T

-- J..b at I1ttlJ..r. but would casually inform him that } Adoption of Standard I engage actively! in business. p,,,.; iliU!
j I Hate for Atlantic! Coast Line Railroad in the same line that he has folion.dNJ \ .
I II'II.In'i he is a public man and must expect I
Company: many years and in which he has make for :
i that lUs already proven unfits I Jr.en.X; room my Immense Stock of Spring .
t ; I> \Yijumiu Due notice of proposed adoption of I drawn around bin 1'0 many:
I: s for the lice he occupies maybe i At present he feels the need of a wt'll- ;
'11' Tablrte"r1 I fC oiled from time to time as oplortuni'r i ia ::-cent-er-miic rate for passenger I earned rest but with his well\ knownenenr Goods, which i* now Arriving Daily }Cl
f. ontuUmt every :
** I! i fares for the Atlantic Coast Line Kail- this will not last Ions and : ;
inform
would also
; (Jffl'r't' ; road Company in Florida having been I' before many days we expect to see :a mo of ',: f' .
that The News yards 73; Suft-Fini-i! iI) doz M"n'4 All \Vo ,l KP(| l'ndH-
friend
.- TIME TO:: FURNISH our republican! j given to said railroad, and the com1 his announcement in the press of thecity. IlfHCh Iolnr=tu- worth (K-. t.. I IIlltk..r"IJI.al ...inrtwirtij l--itl7Jc ; drawersto h;
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-OOM. AND MAR will continue to do business at the 1 mission!! having heard the answer of I II 4'.. yard.3tii m.ttch.

HAVE WHAT YOU -.1-ue; oid stand, :211i:: : South:: I-alafox. I said Atlantic Coaot Line: Railroad O*., I Now is good time to begin takingHoof's I : "!) y rd* Fitchvillt-! 4 Ie"chf-q: l I 47 L'ldIPIt"'l! y-to-Wf'.r llainyH..y \r;
\VI.nm th" pods would first destroy a lI..m.--tic, worth 9;:, M jn.ikh ruout Skirt: worth #l.51)! :pecdalsale at
'i.EOARDS, CHINA ilnv lirst wake mad." I' and the evidence and argument offered j Sarsaparilla. the medicine ;; ute prd. 'I'| II-r e'tch.L"J I .
-.5: A lD CHAIRS. : in its behalf and having duly Lvlie-' 'Wi
,, I that cleanses the blood and clears Hf'"dytn-Wen Iliit.v- .
._ l 2Xy +rd= L'+nsdal" and Fruit 4 4 : ;
I I considered the same, it is hereby or- I Diy >kirt*, >::l1lf1nl".d! all wool t 'i-
,
j jCliocolate i NOT AFRAID OF 'EM.: : : the complexion. j: !!:leached: IJ.mu.-t c, worth lot tu'' .t
: with i,I ', d Tt.-d that the full rate for the! tran<- imke rOl'lIItt ttl.le yard. i w..rih $4. -1 ,.ct.d lip $2. 18 each. f ;l
'f :' :n': "iii"t ni'w.-paiei-; ; Sam J.mpo 60 Lidi.-ii1 Uldok Hud Colornl! ,
.1\.1111 nt fcolo- porta'ion 01 pasen 'r:; in the Stat' A juarantefil lure: IIT I'ilcs! |, 10 <.<*) yard: 4 1 lTnbiach> J DoItnpcttr : Worsted r'kirtworth j.1
:''n "I li i I wanted, to uo: a rightJ2V'EN :: worth : $L60, special
of Florida on the Atlantic Coast Line Itching, I'.linl, tili-j-dine or t'rotradlni;; Oc, to nibke rem, at gulp ti j eacn. .t ....f

Railroad: shall not exceed 2'2' cent.< l'ip! \.iur drtitt'Kt wall' rclund! your 4'4c yard. I IhN 37 Iiidlf' IJljcfc Tailored and Fi,1 :i '
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.' nni-y It l'AX.i> O1NTMK; li.lto cure ) nHfl-) Gold brand *''e.t. I! tired skirts, worth $:> Xj to Js, special '!
-i1
':, -, '_ "b(' "' "' "...c.IIft"A'I>."' "' .4'I..A"Jl.. l pet n:lie. and the half rate shall I.trf.r (in,?, WOHll: 1S-, to make sale U.\I :
:: .. foi.llJ at 13jyaid. to H'I f-fach
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_.."UY.\v.-i.; .... ..'I.,)...:.ir'... '.;i.J -.v.\r. r you rt C'titHot i
\ l\ cents per mile for ea'h'it j lot doz MCI- All Wool Cam<;1'3 Ii'

: SPECIALTIES e: -" i-n,t-r transported: to-wit: :':i. Trench Waffles with i 100 y .r I I- M I 1 FVpp, ,.rap JU ached i. Uriir Ui'er-hirt! worth f 1 5o. pechi -
Sheeting worth jl I l SI ; drawer--> match, iu White, I
i to mafcero-
.lco1r.o! and Lake Kustis. Sanford and Florida a nne Syrup at : ;e. Red (
and Fawn
at H'-'Ic yat.- i : colors. i
--A r- St. lji torsbunj. Tampa and Thor.">to- solcniQn's 4* 7-j"y.iru- t IVpperal: BlelclJe.11 I Ji (lnz, |:j..yan'l OiMi' Ribbedand ,j ,I

c sa, J:1.l Cloud! Sugar Belt Homosa ,' Sh: { ..tii.k, wortu L'> timke n-otu, Fleeced Lined t'udf-rshiru at i .J .

.SOL CAHN & CO'S. sa branch \\ r.ston and Bone Yal: +g'. at2')3 y'.trd. 2-jc; ; drivers to iintch. 1
.. .. 'u'giu's, lhe :Besf for DC. of; :'1 doz. Ii>y'j and U irl'* Urns and t. ill:
HF.il1"mL..r6
Sanford and Lake Kustis and 0\ ' ( branch. It is farther ordered that this Roy' H..II-<. from 3 to l>j age, at :; drawer to tmtch.: ; )1' H I

6 I. (1'1 \,MIKI. IJUF.KN It'11TI.F: jir.Kr. rate shall be effective! on said Atlantic -: Hot French Waffles with I prices to -nit ev-rybodv. t I ITOdoz We carry a full line of Ladies': ,: :\'
f/ I..' 1111'1..11. .o".r.l.lJ: <'it.\IH, e 'Florid Cane Syrup atSolomon's. M -n';; Heavy Fr .neh Neck i Men'* and Hoy's and Girl l Khoes 'i. I
Coast Railroad!: and branches mi or I Moreno Uiider-birt*, specialdriwpr :Wc th .I
$ x-iMii-l-.ll. n ">< IlO-:. ; It we ran save you 2.c ou. ,
U' tl.O\TF.U. kll't'FnEIIIiEL'ltl\C:: : before the 1st . 'II'1III I ;
jr.: 1tNF1sn: JEFF B. BIUnVNE. Chairman. __ __ I 60' R. C. DUNN Secretary. :, ', worth otic, special 35cj; i dollar We will clove them out at I ;

,.!';t'-irg Generally Kept in a First-ChssGrocery. PHOJi8.. I A. C. BINKLEY desires his friend dr.iwcrot..mll H-li I just >j price ot! other mr rchaur. : :11 .

fr $ttagagyac. sS Railroad' Commission, State of Florida- ,. and the public to now that! re has

I Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 23, 19u3.! !!: Moved to Room 508. Tbiesen building We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress .1

-- -- !: Order, :\0. S. i,i where he will continue as heretofore -

;'! Adoption of Standard Passenger !, a general law, practice. Goods at New York Wholesale Prices. "

DR. } H. MOCK Rates for Louisville & Nashville Rail- I = = 1
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road Company: AGENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERN

| Due notice of proposed adoption of I! NOW OPEN (

3-cent-per-miIe: rate for pasen!,:er I Ren Ilfl! <>. F1Cp

F** DENTIST. m fares for the Louisville & Nashville f? F. E. BRAWNER/ f

I Railroad Company in Florida having ,

been given to said railroad, and the BOWLING llltl
io5 S.
Palafoz St. y
2Q i ala fox Street, Old Armory Building | commission hating heard the answer! :

; :of said ulJisiIIeahvile; Rail- I I II I I'

L :.'I >VVN; AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. I I road Company, and the evidence and l Ho, 11 WESt ittctdcpcii Street fixative_mo ODevet'J:1: '

| arguments offered in its behalf, and Jaysf3.J.
PIIXSACOLA..\. having duly considered the same It OpFOiiti J.1:. McHujh's. .. Cure* Cold in One Day, Cr iD2 / 'ayv box. 25c i
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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA. FLORIDA SATURDAY. MARCH 7, 1903

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i THE NEW BATTLESHIPS. V


REMARKABLE THE CITY POLICE One of them will-sippi.be Namd Missis Your money backif



Washington, March Secretary I

ANIMAL SHOW :; ARE PELTED WITH PUTRID PO- Moody today reported a decision as | you are not satisfied

,, toThe states after which the five battleships : -
1 DO YOU SUPPOSE that a company with a capital of 1500,000: .paid In fun as:
TRTOES.SLUEJACKETS provided for in the neil Naval proud reputation of 33 years oi continuous success would me touch an oCer arlnui tte S
rrirr U out W the letter!

CEi-iBRATuD GENTRY SHOWS Law shall be named. The threaIG.OOOton DO YOU SUPPOSE we would jeopardize our standing with the public ant our e<- -_,.
Of still greater success by faiUntf to fulfil any promise we make t
..E FOR TWO PZRrORMANC-: battleships are to be named DO YOU SUPPOSE we would make such an offer it we did not have the utmost t .
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ON THE CATTLE Vermont, Kansas and Minnesota, and dence in the satisfying quality of our goods! JC-
MANY NEW FEATURES. i I WE KNOW we can please you and save you money, for HAYNER: WHISKEY
ES WITH SHIP IOWA GIVE EXPRESSION the two l ,OtOton'sses! Mississippian !: direct from our distillery to you with all its original richness and flavor,carryingat';'gees
STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARANTEE of PURITY and AGE anu "J
Idaho. { you the big profits of the dealers. That's why it's best for medicinal purposes. That "J
j jGer. jI TO LOCAL MINIONS OF THE I The secretary, in his: next annual:: it's preferred for other uses. That's' why we are regularly supplying over a Quarter c'"I
I t Bullion satisfied customers Th& 1 why YOU should try it.
LAW IN AN ALTOGETHER UN- report, expects to discuss the subject
i
: Prothers' show Rive their initial

iienurniance ry of the season lI'OII: i PLEASANT MANNER. !", of the napes to be given new bat !' Direct from our distillery to YOU

t i tleships. He Is anxious that the
leis evt-iiins to a large and well- I This Cap Label """""""
very II
I names of such historic vessels! as the Sam Outers' Profits Privints Adulteration !
Iil ':a<*eti aucience. For several yearsGeitr Is a guarantee of the purity: and richness .
Cumberland the Merrimac and the
Deputy- Marshal Sanders and Spec1ial o! Evaporate Cream in the can
I > 's trained animals nave Leon Officer Ray Lad an unpleasant ex which tears il Insist on seeing It Constitution shall be prepetuated in

iaa'ii! ? I'onsaeoSa! a )'t'arly"Ist: and : before you Uy,cr ask your dealer for
bat-tleship the new Navy and he will!! recommend HAYNER
hare won for themselves! a place! in i WHISKEYPURE
Iowa, to which ship seven deserters Pet that congress provide for this in the

I..:, af.'Ttions and, sympathy of every' were returned. I next naval law. Under the present lawit

of their here, and i
,, one many patrons BrandEvaporated is stipulated that all battleshipsshall !
, Provoking delay made it impossible SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE
more especially the ladies and child i '
:I for the two officers to go to the ship be named alter states cf the
Were Gentry's to bring their an-
ren.
I before dark and it was late before the* Union. .20
malt l.-rc ia an entirely untrained FULL EXPRESS
small launch with city officials and deserters i That ro time! is to be lost in the $3
>'on-'ii;ii n tbey would still receive a ; I CreamIt 4 "-
reached the big battleship.The ; Construction of the now ships is evi-
iar-'.' patronage cf the fair sex and QUARTS PREPAID!
: deserters \\ue placed! ca board gees farthest is most arteri- d'-nr from the action of the been try
ca .rt>n, who vo'ild willingly pay for
the f.fhter; a recept for th"..t takes ing and more pleasing to the eye .;lay: ia directing the general 1> ,,, : u T
: I !', a ure of just yoking tt and : dan the watery im.t-.3ns.
and preparations for the ic'urn t"< ui nr-3re; the! circulars for ih, i it v TVe Trill send you FOUR FULL QUARTS of HAVTTER'S SEVEN-YEAR- i
"'.'.' -' these pretty, cute and play- HELVETIA tlUlKCONDENSING OLD RYE for fI20. and we will fay tae express rb. rres.Thrn you receive
4 I the city were commenced. Jt.- ..- t_ V. (na ships which: are to IK- d file: the whiskey, try it and it you don't end it all right and as good as you ever
i ,<-' poaiea, dogs, monkeys, cic. launch cast oft her lines a i.i 01 lrlai CO. drank or can buy from any body else at any price, then send it back at ourexpense },
.cticut and! Tennessee C'F.: .. ,',S and your tiso will be returned to you by next maL; How couMan
!: :.e\\ fc-at-ce-j; have betel aril ) IKita'.Ofi, E.oSt of which vt. ;HI ly l- HielzdIll.U.S.A. o3er be fairer? We uke all the risk and stand all the expense If

-. :. 3J: and the siiiw is conb.u- decayed, te aa to cou 11J M Largest Pnvlmvr of ft t. --cnolu'hiO: : : ton ships on ti." na- the goods do not please you. Won't you let us seed you a trial order We

". .ularged and improved. A : neck of the big bauleahi.): ; ., :..Ie! ttnpunkd CVeaM." N \ 'i-t, it will take longer tj :1r -;re ship in a plain sealed Case; no marks lo show cat's inside. '

no one was hurt, the ex't; "'. ;;:cac 'ia 1"',ms and specifications UT the Orders for Ariz., CaL. Col., Idaho Mont. Nev. N. MPT, ()re.Ltnh.Wash
; i.'H1cutd; pleasing performancet or tyro must be oo the basi. of 4 Ouarti. for .l.On tUprebd Y k
anything but enjoyable. Tl: launru Missi---: !ilJpi and Idaho.Knslly Prepaid or )O CtuartJ for $Sl6.O by freight I'repafd,
.' I t :.1 <'. rtainly! bears the earmarks ot : ran out of range of the "-, b.' -- =- = A.
Write our nearest oSce: l sad da: il NOW.
la '.. r LSmUey's originality, is nut before ie boatman 1.-.C: K ,>a
:: for the
$1,110,450,133 Fifty-sixth congress -
I lade Candy
teen struck. :
j 1.1 I a- the EasHsh! cart alternating: I THE EiAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY
'1 he lieutenant who l lad cl!._,ri,' cf Children! always dollsht: in !onk andw.lte
= It j u niiflisU: can ATLANTA. G.CAYTON, OHIO ST. LOUIS, MUESTABLISHED ST. MI" .
a bih--vheee PAUL +t
the deck the tire sinre'' It LnnuIos u1
at was r.i It was a curious but necessary ej'm'nt" candy. is -

y a horse hitched to the same this morning and said 1'e'saw how the thing, he said, to make this compar- ;| ;?; and sometimes so beneficial! that 136 DlSTTT.r.rRT. TROy 0. : 1636.

in i ild: K.iglisu style, and during the liujjr.ckcts! were threatening the detested II ison in detail than the most carvfnl of mammas may giveit
more by a mere i{
visitors Le ordered the
progress of the vehicle, pretty little so to their little ones. A simple anti -
'corporal of the guard to suppress the statement of aggregates. The first
dogs are alternating in and out of the yet :good way to make It Is to dissolvetwo
"o\ation. It was quickly done, but in this statement for the present
of the wheel and the legs of cupfuls of granulated sugar In a
spokes none 01 the men committing the
congress is an appropriation of $;;0.1:01(10 ,- half cupful of water. As soon as the WICKS&Co.Plumber
the horse. This performance reallybaffles breach of propriety were punished. .
and must be seen I The naval officer said that it was :: for the Panama canal, which, sugar is melted remove the spoon eta]

description not unusual for police to be so received he said accounts for nearly one-half boil the sirup eight minutes. Then remove -

y I' to be appreciated. The act has been on deck "While we were at of the increase. from the fire, add seven drops of Gas and Steam fitter

;:t! copyrighted m this country and Mr. Funchal," said he, "the men developeda There is also, he said, an aggregate oil of peppermint and beat vigorously ,

iV t Lindley has just returned from Berlin bitter hatred for police) and it be- appropriation for the post office of until the sirup Is thoroughly creamed.

i' 1 fiermany, where he produced the J came so that the 'Dago' officers refused $153,401,549 for the next fiscal year, I>rop] by teaspoonfuls on to waxed Ilaper.l'l1l111.dl'lpl1la Ii o. & South Palafox Street.
'' as compared with J138.000.000 for the
i to return any man to the ship.
:, act the past winter with Immense suc !uIMin.
:j. \ i They feared for their lives, and were current year, making difference of AM Kinds o. Plumbing and Oas Flttipjjs MRtcriils Eepi I'j Band
;1j1; f cess.Another actually afraid of the 'jackies.' The more than $30,000,000: in excess of the I
j. very pleasing new feature: 0 "* 1.4n''h TTJR tyvtsr- A I., ji
): latter soon realized this and nen.rfailell appropriations for the last congress ,
: is musical act by Ii cute little
rr +r a ponies
for the postal service. This he said'
to
to give expression temper
who play on Swiss Bells a large
-1i:) arises from the increase In
whenever opj>ortunity offered. enormous If You HaveRheumatism
!;fJ nuniU r of old familiar airs. The audience i:I expenditures caused by increased
': : asked to make their own selection.
:
.'. i 1 are NEW' HULE BECAME postal business. Then, too, he said, : SAMUEL CHARLES,
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' ,, { the rural free delivery service required -',
: It \\ ill be remembered by many that EFFECTIVE TODAi.Tl.e h
;,I & large sums. There was, he said,
,L4.;i! r two > ':irit;;o ''r rentry purchase l1Pru:( promised by the Boardof a smaller!! deficiency than there has l'n 1 BOOT AND SHDE MAKER,
; a lii1'; 1,1i'. nl <'nc-fif| our citizens,
1 f became 1't-usacnla Public and detailed herein been in many years, in the postal .... ,..... ;
j and! Ills U:1.'liP il. i: I Safety receipts as compared with the ex ;a.r. irILURIGS""L 1 REPAIRING: NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.rrr .

,liJ --',['enLir sh..rt. During the win- Thursday became: effective! this morn- penditures. lie called attention to the great tested and< -.i'1 Whol "ale and Retaillu1ertni-hoes. Leather Flint' -
o -' :
t'rfne; of the show !at eh l xiininton.Ipii. endorsed l-lhforDll\ .. .'.v..-.< -13
ar ing. liS' first execution being noted at the fact that the last congress passedno !
. i "iv-nse" (!ev< loped I a strung alicc'ii.n river and harbor bill. !: Remedy will cure 'P1iO'C: I\U, CiO, !< or IIII.I'OX TItIl-l': : ,
Etation. It htso cures Liver, Kidney and
the police you.
of
i fur "Pinto" I)to :largest tr.ebai.v
if. I : I In the first session of this congresshe Uladjer diseases, caused by an excess r>! -
'.. ci!" pfc-'ius, and Their mutual ad- Five/lieutenants with about twice '' uric acid. It Lever fails: and builds up
said, $_./)lO,000( was appropriatedfor
::z. niii'iii'ii, for each njther has I led I') that number of guards wore detailed the health an 1 ftrer?th while using it.
rivers and harbors in addition to
Sent stamp for book of wonderful cer J. E. ])CBUISSOX CCJ BllOTIIE
,' .v'ral !'! incidents, and hasKiineil ,
anm iiS at
s. to liKik out fur deserters and were I which $:.:!'),OlIlIIIU was appropriated in tificates. Price, Jl per bottle. For pale ,
i for them the name of the Sianiise i. claim If druggist ran not
the
the station to satisfy city's by druwrisw. your
i the sundry civil bill for carrying out ''OIUI:: : : 1.\m: \itilNA AMI 1N11NUENf'Itsflthi11'S: : :: ,
1 Twins, not from any apparent held l in jail. There supply you it will be rent prepaid upon
against stamen
; contracts. lie said that while it ,
'It appears receipt u(price. Addicts
I likeness to each other but trolllil
t Ii were two \behind the bars for various that the appropriations of this Dealer in
J
I. the fact that they arc so inseparable. :offenses and these were taken in congress have been largely In excess (, UrcsoICI'.8ncaCo.lLosAngeeslGal.! !!: ] !

;t ': Take one from the other and theygrieve charge by the squads and returned to of the last congress, the increase Is or theDistributing .e Choice Staple and Family Groceries
'.1s g and fret fitfully until returned !' < LOur

t I to each nthers socitty. They will! lie their One vessels.of the! men in jail was a blue- chiefly made up of three items, name- j i L N BrnnSW i l & Co'. NEW Or1aa L .
"Piuse's" head re.->t- ly, the $50,000,000: for the Panama canal j I fl and* arp Received Freli Daily. Thf y are too many to euutner,
clown and slepp.
R "j} trunk. eat jacl.et named 01.f'ary-an Irishman. the increased appropriation ofjllOOOIOO Agents. and are Warran' to ba the lU>t tho Market Allird and can be

." i :' ing upon 1'into'fa" They oats, and Ihij man is: reported' to have a tough;; $ ( for the postal service and.,, neli''d i>n.Ve can Duplicate auy Order Given u= During; tar
: of hay or
the same pile the
;; from the record, and the admiral inarmed the river and harbor appropriations Holidays and will IMiver Free to any Part of the City.
i "l'int( will search. among : hWI' want ) For sale: by
;I'i ) 'police that he was particularly
. Ile concluded by saying that the ,
I Iprople
with his trunk for some extra choicewnisps been haling a great WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.(
ed. O'Lc-ry Las: of the country endorsed these KIDNEY KAHN.b COUNTRY ORDERS:
r li which l.e will hen offerTimo.
trouble with the police.
deal of
Items of increase and that the
ibt r ." hol.lins the hay t.i "IVnse's": opposite P.O. Box 326.
) .
} political party concurred in J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.
;-t head in a laughable and am'i .R BATTLESHIP
( THE them. "'aMENANOWOMEN. PHONE 66.
rk3"1.' fril'1111..U:11tII1 i; '
It is: a rem C.-rocaa'1'.
-- c' Fl1.u1.ily t.
perfectlyin love with' MAINE COMING TUESDAY.The rote rrea.g'if..runnatur.t
they seem
I./LF+ reeinflammations, .
r } 'irk: t'tlitr.The !I new battleship Maine will arrive SCHEDULE AND PASSENCER ( Gi.r.mttd n imtationi or ulcera'ionif !
.
rctnre. f mucous membrane.PatnleM
<>
liar; Rives; one more J'rfonn.; Tut-Jay or probably! Monday. Pr..eL/.ct.ei... ant not astria-

3 : -e t. iMM.hleh (',)\\1'11110'< their Ilt'arJ and of the RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS/ a rttEvs sCtt sttCe. gent or poinuu8. ,
.':-vv-neat; hr.', and jedin; tram Officers at the CIEINATIC 1 Sold by Urugglil*, JL :ThJ'J: V i,
y
> ..e cvi-niu penorniaiu'e tln-ir tents squadron now ia the harbor: Io not LINE. j r.8.+. or tf e =Dye*plain. rr raxl.wraprr furl ti It7tY9eltaiat

t' will hardly! l.o.d: ilupople \\Ii" win: expect! the new acquisition to turn up 00. t.rSl.oltl. I2 7V

j attend. i I before Tuesday morung. however. Circular icut ua request HTl'tSOK:; 10 A\ :v tt WilOLt-ilLK}

This addition to the squadron will bea
notable one in many respects, since The Pei=:ac'il.i, S*, Andrew and IMPORTER AD JOBBER OF
To cure a Cold on the tur_:s. and
the latest Gulf ;team-tup Cmnpui.v ha* fixed OPBRAHOU3E
the Maine represents err
'I t.> prevent i-nc-'iuioaia. take PtifsCure product Auericaa naval ships. 1mUKdiuUly the fullovia; schedule and rates: to HARDVTARE.;

fr ('uns''iIIp'i .n. i upon her arrival it is said, ajiply \batwrrn, ljtaacol.i: and the
I named J. 31. COI:, Manajior.
rill be made the fiiiUbhip of the points: :
she will!! _______._ .
the beautiful I Iron, N.iiN. Axes, bhnv- I w Mill and !tits-itnb" it
BOY OPCNED SWITCH. relating
squadron .
SCHKDl'I.K.ritetiner ;M'pllifp, Cooking and H. i, -'tuve'4, Paint, Oils
Kearsari'j to the rear. : Matinee and Night i ,
Tarpon will leave Pen-a- MAR 7 Window Glar-;;, OUF. 1 : and Fi-hiru Tackle.Mi' .
SATURDAY:
, j Which Caused tie: Ssab:zrd Wreck' ALL HS: WILL cela\ every Tuesday night at Hat I -- Agate and Tinware ant( furnisliiiit; n i )011S."AGENi .
after the arrival of the Mobile
at Evergreen: Fla. i i o'clock I I -

Savannah, CaM March .">.-It was : MOVE UP TODAY.All train aud the P. & A, accommodation I First Presentation Here of JOSEPH ? FOR HIRMINGHAM :LLIXO MILL COMPANY"

by cl.cials of the ships of the squadron will move train Thi-i will enub'e' apron i ARTHUR'S Beautiful Hver.. ')iait Ktitched licking, Northampton Emery

f i developed tobay this afternoon and anchor to leave Mobile at 5 j>. m., Wh..1 l ( ).,1. fin A Hand Powder Co., Johnson's Kil-

' Seaboard Air Line Railway that a up to the city make cio e ronnection at Pen"aooU I, Melodrama, 5'ini' -. IrouKin; and Buck Stove and Raug, Wm
ia the harbor. The bay has been and reach St. Andrews the next
i small white boy and, S years, narce.l Cou.Co.'ij Riw Hide Lace: Leather Masury'a
f the switch cleared of all merchant vessels! pos- morning at 7 o'clock. I Made Railroad Colors.
Birdie H 'als. had opened
bible! and visitors may obtain a fine I'As.INcElt HATKS.: River
} : J at l r.verjrnen. 1'la., which caused the view trim the city, fur which the har- from I'rf'colawill Lost i Masonic Temple Pensacola Fla.
Se-i- The : rate
.ri I wreck there! yesterday of the bor master is thanked.The passenger: I
boa follow
; :
Limited from -lacUsonvil'.e! to of the ships to the II
I''t :. chard ;: moving To st. Andrews and St. Andrew I

r New York. Xo ri'isnri is assigned:; \, t-x- ritIi that a larger number will bughen of p/'lint'-$6( ): round trip $10. I TIME TABLE.

edit that the child, wanted to see LltU'jacki'isthan! ever before stated To Apilachicola aud UarrabelleSM Direction of JULES MURRY.
and it is
shore liberty

"what would happen.' The boy has i that at I Mast 2 wMj men will be in the | These; round fare trip $15.include fir-'t-ciass A Pastoral Love Story i LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROADIN

1 confesscil.Actias city tonight. The police are anticipating cabin .tatero m and meals. EFFECT UKCEMBKK 1. 1W)1

ft ); Superintendent Tu'isley of 6o"ue trouble but nothing ot avery Further information cin be securedby Direct from i it" Phenomenal Run in

the Fifth divisin said: that he understood serious: natuie.BATTLESHIP applying i ; ;>t the emnpstiy's: otftoed I New Yirk. I New Orleans and Mobile.

r. th' !-'>>' v>is in tic custody of I in the TIle"en building.hARPER. I I ___ __ -

officers nf tl.e; n-: .. 50PEOPLE50Magnificent
j t ______ n _____ MEN i Ko.6. !IoO,&. I. No.2. No.!. NBI, !oiO I.
n
-- -- 1:1:1: : a 17:16m 11)5. p [,ene Pensacola ._ArrIYII 6:00 a &:()I p 9.i
I:! WILL PLAY BASEBALL. I Hcmerv, Thoroughbred tl5o n 2:27: p I 1602: a ....ave_ 'Iomaton Leave 2:9.5 a 2:110: p T:5 p
1 Tht'm""fM 11:00 a 4ei: p 2t.5 a I Lave.. MobileLeave U.I811: 't I lslb ,oAi ,
the cruiser Atlanta -- 11.
imam I ,
Baseball teams HoreO, Bicycle Race Old Toll I ..
". 5'JEJTr'ER' U ao cxri-llTt I ____., N: SP 1:8-1" I."vl". e'Irleana..Leave iiitlp 7265
Texas will playat .:
. 0 S tonic for bull 1Ini and battleship Gate Country Orchestra, I

i II CElEBRATID ; up the .} the navyyard this alternoon, theante ShepherdEc North.
, tflll stir c fk-' to start about _'::3U: o'clock 'lo- r
,,
;
- I n>"-s. n."I"- PRIORS Matitipe, 21 and 50 cents --
team irom tb.!.:
stoniat'h morrow atternoon a
r-sl run
, j.Q: zeta n It. It will Iowa and the Cohrons fr m the navy 1 XiKht,25.F: ,73oaiidI.: So, L :00 .. I No.i No

,, :. rfrlorn tau anptllto I II ll ach. ILUSp m UI p m Leave -- Pensaeola.Arrive &:110 p m (1)111011I
: I'I.I ft..l.t Itifdigcotion yard will play at Palmetto I 6tSam 6:57pm I Arr.ve. MootR"meryLosye! 11;15 a m pstpia;
:. ii -z" end ONE WHOLE WEEK 11::iW 1m'' 9OSpm ,\rrlv,,_ ftkmlugbnm.Lnara astain 1.x3pmt
prevent WHISKY 1 1i p m 8:10 a III Arrive..(a.bvtle! _Leaye
f
If You Are Looking BKG1VN1NG : 2111 am Italaat -Lou1vule.LPava 9:15pm !:aam
t.; r.-'f:. Heartburn, 1Oam: usaa \rrlveClnclnnaULenp G:1)lpm .'fpm
for a perfect condensed milk preservde 1:If"m :5m .\rrlv"u.4 f.out. __ .Leave I 115 m II: o nPENSACOLA
I } .. #, >J. t"., ,.W l TIatu1encv, without buy Borden's Peerless MONDAY, MARCH 9. JI -
sugar
"J "
; ;," 'R' fizziness, AND RIVER JUNCTION.
"," Cream. It is
Brand Evaporated The Largest, Best and highest Salaried

STOMA::H ladigestioa- not only a perfect food for infants Company on the Head So. 21-1>aI11 No l-1>al1, I No stop where time not shown So. 1-1.Ial1r No. r-i!
b anJl'yspepsia.
-
I tiiTTEt's UP idle ui trjit. but its delicious flavor and richness -THEBuuU Mina p 011 700 a OIl Leav8PeD" acolArrl.e 11):50 pOll -asp--Fill
IIllb1:13" lIobemla_ '
for Ull -M. 1031" If"
cream
makes it superior to raw "
1:11": T:16 .. Ynlestra1rLl __ 10:1& ft: ''I
cereals coffee, tea, chocolate and : 1l .. _..Eecambia; 10:82" D'JT '
Prepared t .Mcere Stock Cc l\:! 7L5: __ MullL 10:28" 6:16IYS9 ;:
i }=GOLAYGlfist = general household ccoking. ,I 1'J':: .'I. ___ Harp __ 10:21" IdO:
Co.
I by Bordcn's Condensed Milk 12M" 1JII": _GaClt1_ Ions II 6712fA"
: 111II" Milton 1010" 6:51 '
and Corn Meal Mills ENORMOUS AGGREGATE OF AP 1:110 am __, Ranll_ __.. V /24 '
OF ATLANTIC CITY. lM" 8'15" __- Hotta-. __ 1185" I 1xS '
i 4 CO. PROPRIATIONS. I !; 0 8:"') .'. MlIlIgal1. 11:20" I i 4:11: .1.
.. F. GOUZfiLEZ; Prop I, 2:311" : >1" .. _Crt'ltvlew.. _. ..ill'O
Maanlacic'ariFUREGROV5I Mr. Allison, chairman of the committee A DELIGHTFUL BEVERAGE Presenting on \Iohday night one of Charlt 1FrohmaD's 1:00" 8'M" ,_U eer .Land .1 866 It I gt4 uI
I::!! I' linG" MOil, Head 80" 1:111 '
L"11 I01CL'M1.t'u.1ND : on appropriations made a Most Elaborate Productions. &:08" 955 It .D"yIIDIIlItKprIAI. .. 8i8" I:" "

A SAFE STIMULANT 5:19 P:.& _,_ Arl\'yle_ "' 1:1& IBl"
of
statement the amount
STOCK I'EKD.Fatronlie regarding "The Lost Paradise &:41) tDT': ..Ponce de Leoll- 1II": I 111'

Home ladaatry, for there II money appropriated by the present I 6:00 It 10:10' ___Weatytlle 1:17" 1.6"

very reason you should bay roar Meal antBlock A GOOD MEDICINE With a Cast of 20 First-Class Players.Matinee 5t1 11):13' "" __ Carrvllie_ 111" Loo ..
with the i
teed from the Home Mannlactarer congress as compared appropriations D lIB" 10JJJ' _BonUay_ 1:66 II ; I.n
100" 10.7 It _. ; __ 1:1"
btpler 1:81"
tor by >o doing you encourage home Indci- 1 of the Fifty-sixth con W'dneaday
Yoarmdneyllleft lnthe For Sale byDannheisser IM" 110'1" __CottoadaIe_ ':18 OJ 18:5'! peel
I commanitj ac-b
: 'turday,
: try. II
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1:00 11:26" -.Marianna" 8:1)( It 121: !
Indirectly benefited total for
In tarn are The appropriation
and you gress. ..
i 1J H 11:45 Ira
Iclosterlng the borne mannfactnrer yot Bros. Matln0es.10 and *).!. _C1prllll_ 6:55 U.' ,
contribute to UlfI\auleollabor. You owUtotheoommnnlty the present congress, he stated, was J PRICES Ji 1;!lt..IO1I and auc 144) 1lj1" _ in which yon live &1' U:1J6 non __ Hoeadl ___ 611" I flJ.
.,;( watch contribute to fOur support.I $1,554,105,513, as compared with Beat OQ tale at Coe'bookstore. 81A' 11A H Arrlfe&ncl'lilctIOI1Lun i,10" 104.

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY,.MARCH ,7, 1803 ': aMISS

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&........................: rate, he has created conditions that I

FAY LEE, : SERVICES AT-THE CHURCHES $6oooo Per DayThis have started the negroes front their REMARKABLE CURES f..

political apathy to a course of a
of the Shakespearian Club. Kansas City.
President NNNNIOMbN IHNHMethodist grl's-I
sion and activity that has not '
is the average sum paid -- J
Episcopal; church, South, observed for a long time. This aggressiveness '

trnehleamdsugeofitealth..y tf! booklet:! came to my nervous goon be tension.in to give The way nerves under Palafox str'et-Rev. J. M. Dannelly daily to policy-holders by The and activity in politics I Are Mi( m mi M cfCte : ,l

the strain.You pastor. Services tomorrow at 11:00a. portend something serious and
perhaps jump very I
huilcbl v.'Ii I kaJ,bck.1cbe; ; $ and bur- a at any unusual disturbance, m. and i::::') p. m. Rev. Walter G. Mutual Life Insurance Company very injurious to the American people e Ij lie >Ed Crops; :

I was weak, or laugh or weep, hystericmots Isaacs, chaplain of Kear- of New York. particularly those of the northern
battleship
kt4OWnpains V ,
Multiply
and hysterical and cally, at no apparent cause. I Who ae: Loci'f III Physi'I't t 'I't'I'trims ,:
1,4 not consulted any doctor, That is what Miss Fay Lee, sarge vi'i preach at the evening hour. that by a and the wonder states from which alone social recog

J ;nlJrg it would pass away G03J North Seventh Street, Special music and polite ushers. All year nition is expected by the negroes. Ch ae 3trcEt--Strvics fir] : }

b tine, Nat instead I found ( Kansas City Kansas was are cordially iauted. Sunday Schoolat of the amount disappears when Here is the cause of the outcry
Imre.1SCd and coming to when she rescued
that! the more FliES frequent. I de- a herself by taking Wine of 9ov a. m., Mr. J. A. Avant Supt. I learn how and where of which the president complains.It Msnllis arc Gin Free to All IE- .-: :

v're Vine of Cardul Jflw fay if*. Cardui. The Wine made Epworth League at 6:30 p. m., Mr.V.. you the is a cause which he himself has I

C'_i'j.?.to ashorttime try WM much her a strong,healthy woman A. Mackey. Tres. Woman's Home largest'accumulation of trust created. The Picayune sympathizeswith galls!' Who fall Up ta? Be- IJ i-

a ei.TtYeentfd to act Pike a charm. again, as it has madea million other Miss. President Roosevelt 'Ii"
ixiro Society moots Monday at 3:30 in the"
tae treatment and the result women strong and healthy. By inducing funds in the world is ; fje March 21
-"t \i? Words fail to p. m.Irs.. J. M. Dannelly President. invested, trouble which he has brought upon ;.' ,
ins most satisfactory. ex- regular menstruation the entire I : } :

!?. saved tulle! for the suffering that system is relieved of the terrible wasting Xo Wednesday evening prayer ser- as shown in "A Banker's Will." himself, and upon the country. It is I A stuff, of eminent phvuclans and r I i.
me. I am in fine health, vice, the in Impossible to believe that the president troll .ur:1 "
a cow drains. The ligaments which hold tha congregation joining revvival Beons the iced Cros. Medical Institute \1..
civsically! tut ntal1r. I can only layihir1o womb in place are strengthened by a services at First Presbyterianand This book is sent on request. intended to bring about such I have at of the urgeut felicitation of a largenumber :II" !.
J', k.re 'a much more >ocy patiemg under tbeir care In this I r
: healthy flow and that organ is returnedto First Baptist churches. a state of things or even dreamed count. P.tILbll'heft a pormttneul branch !1.1.
hart for you. This; Company ranks of the Institute in tlmciiy at ,
its normal
position. Returning byf
Rev. "'. that his acts would be followed ,
thewrot M. McIntosh President of '
lEAKIXG-I'OWH pains are Ftnt In Assets
health is the result. This is what I 111 West Chase Street. 1-'
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that: women know. If such but there are the
Isbele Female College Mississipi, ftrsl-ln Amount Paid rolicy-holden. consequences
(B Wine of Cardui has done for thousands .. P
T n:are suffering from this trou- of the best women in America.If will arrive here Saturday .. e 14th ". F'rIn Ace.rus facts to speak for themselves He The mineiH pentlemeu hove d>*cl need not be uncertainat iI/ '
t.e von i give ttn-ir Hitmen t''II..ly fw for three : 1 f ,
:t it. 'i I.e pains in the abdomens you need advice write The Ladies' inst., and begin revival services next : MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE would do well to consider them.A I iiiuntbs (tturdleineeacrptrdltoall) invalids .' '1

"j:,It) at feel as if heavyweights Advisory Department, The Chattanooga + Sunday at 11:00 a. m. This noted soul 1 I who cull upoi. tbt'in for treatmentV''W I ;{1

i ..I,.; down" on the nerves of the. Medicine Company,Chattanooga winner has had large experience in I COMPANY OF NEW YORK Remarkable Case. II I 'Btweea( :Vii dill March 21. .\

r j'C boaring-down pains"at Tenn., describing all your symptoms revival work. He will labor at Pala RiCHtxa A. 1>McCrRDV Proidenu One of the most remarkable cases of ..e seniors consist not only of ,
'I' ,' ty L it Le particularly severe freely, and a letter of advice will b. fox and Gadsden streets about three a cold, deep-seated on the lungs, I ,examination! and advicebut< consultation also 4.
worse.
are :
:t it they growing Secure $1.00 bottle of Wine Nassau, Cedar William & Liberty of minor t-urmiMl operaimn. li', ."
sent a
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: >t -i 2 which nearly drives yea: you. weeks. causing pneumonia is that of )Irs.G'rtru The ..l>jct in pursuing this course ,(t
1. a \t i3 caused by the terrl leI' of Cardui from your druggist today: Streets. NEW YORK, !\. Y. -Ii,
Catholic. CKCIu "VYIM.C'OX. MaiiaK-T, tlfi ii'tc -nditiunx wilt any clmrgo wbatervr ..i'
cured the of
was entirely by use one
A million Buffering;; women Jacksonville. lit made fur unyrvicrs r..nd.TM for three : ; iF
have found relief in Father rB<:urn<:>, of. Spring Hill Minute Cough Cure. She says: "The month to all who evil hcfure M trek ill.TlindoitTs "I f
mEofCARDVILajmm' T. WATSON & CO, D'strict Manager tri-nl all (urm. of dKottse and ; ,
will at Michael's
Wine of CarJui. jC'olliego preach coughing and straining so weakened: Ueforni.!ii-s. nfd giiarantcc a in every >. ir

"**'1**** laniiniiia M aa i church tomorrow morning at 10:3n:: PDs'lcnllFla.. me that I run down in weight from cnsetbnv untl-rtllk... AI the tint Inter- ', ,.
I \ie.v a thorough! eia.nlnnilou U iiiadH. and, i
and Father Paul RennaMs! chaplain! ot 143 to 02 pounds. I tried a numberof K Incurable Jim arc fr r.LIy and kindly told "
:Sunday: in their reading room on *o; al-uad-h""lloaln t i-puauing nioufy lorufl 1 .
.t.l
the Alabama will preach at 7:2u: tomorrow remedies to no avail until I used .-ss trt'atmt'nt \
t 0,1; DIGEST DR. F. E. BRUCEi South Palafox street, in the corner One Min-ite Cous-h Cure. Four bottles ,, .Male and femme wenknoi', catarrh and : .
(Sunday) night. .
i building north of the Scandinavianchurch. of this wonderful remedy! cured cntarrhnllcatues' ; hNnarifoofle. rublure.entrecanerraudall
-Or- :::t. Joseph's, Rev. Father: Fullerton! : di-. .,e 4 ot the 'J"
of the cough strengthened -
entirely
returned :and resumed practice. Fcauen and! citizens of all me ctUIl1.IH" positively cured by their new
') g '" f'i "r ( \ { I'astvr-Fin.t mass C:2o: a. m.; high my lungs and restored me to my tr nuu"nt. '
rO"1!!! /. II ( ::\,. G 'H r !: 1'r Oflice 2J i '.Vf stG vernT' r.tt: ., mass 9:311> a. m.; benediction 7:30:: denominations: are invited.; H. C.C'u.LLi2n normal weight, health! and strength.'I Their will clnf Itin! s-oriate p.oIlRI'hltrlo furiionn!.or the Institute "[ '.1

'J .." .."It. .. 'H'I. 4.. ". Salisbury LuiUlsg.J04'.i sucrt tary. Hargis Pharmacy, John Sheppard.Sid':: ,, HicH!( \o. Ill Weal I b-I c nillce Hours lJ'I
I II II Ipfti p. iu. ney Kahn. JIll, m, to 7 p. 111. hunilays t iu a. in. to'l p.m. j
-AT- II Saints : t
Tolophox.io l4 I St. Katherine's Church. Mssiinc. OA-S'ronXA. I I,

0. POSTLE'1i Latter Day Saints will hold services Wrt thFort. /.1 ;'.1 i"l Yti i! dlil B.'l.t I ;

l Episcopal; -St. Katherine's-Cervantes in Saints hall!, 525 i: East Chase t.'i::.ll.j' L.LJfl-/ I udgrn's. the 3fsor or.j '. ,

iI,.sI nCvernm-l1t: t"t lI I street and Sixth Ave.-The Rev. street, Sunday night at JSO:: o'clock ", ; "i: 1.'hJ.'Zf .. ... ,I
t'l Dr. ILV.. P. Hudson, rector. Second D. ,;
Powell presit'ins. I
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F' Cordova) : Restaurant c: I I Lent The Commun 1
I Sunday in Holy ,1
Barranca, Fla., March C, 1003.
ti fi
0 --!- ad of applet nt II '.t I ion. S morning. Children's service and Colored Church. I j htOlf : UUi :: ::
y1 I;, .IJ i t'T doze!!. Sealed proposals, in triplicate will !
: tie Sunday school 9UO.: Morning prayer No. :22C:: Last Intonclentia street. I 1 ,
Ph0t0gfaphw, be received until 11:30 a. m. April, !
service and sermon: at 11 a. m. Evening : Sunday school at 9::CO: a. m. Preaching i'

p-':. PARKEH'S : S. Piilafox Street.Oky'S prayer service and sermon 7:30. Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7So: p. in. 1003' for constructing Electric Lighting

k .-M Chinas HAIR tam BALSAM be. the lou I = -- I The rector will preach morning and System, Fort PicKens Fla. U. S. ''Contractors C aid lllidCCS. :.J I
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.,, j !*-.,*m ver*n Faila a luuria to Restore fruw'h.N Gray. I evening. Y\ oek day services: Everyday THE PRESIDENT SURPRISED AND reserves right to reject accept any .
ti,. Hfcir to its touihful Color. Honey ana Tar or all proposals or any part thereof. i '
Cbixs rt a.&Lartaimgp I the prayers at 10 a. m.; each day AT WHAT? .. PLANS SPECIFICATIONS AND f. :
1 5"<* ml$1" nl Dni./i it cures colds prevents pneumonia Information furnished on application. ', .
t the at :3 :
except Friday prayers p. m. (X. O. Picayune.) ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT

-. --- --- Every Friday, evening, the prayers It is with a sentiment almost of pity Envelopes containing proposals SHORT NOTICE. .'I& .< .s.

and address, at T:31i.: < The woman's that any fair-minded person will regard should be marked "Proposals for I'Ktferences I'-I .
First-Clas Work Guaranteed and
addressed! W. E.
Electric Lighting,
;
Laxative grorao Qumina f11l on every Guild of St. Katheriue's meets every President Roosevelt after read- Furnished. 1 1

a Cold in One Day, Grip in 2 Days (!). CQ"ox.. 2Sc Monday afternoon: in the rectory: at ing his letter to Clark Howcll: of the Cole, Q. M. I(
Cures; M C, 7. !0.I. 10.-A 2, 3. -il 1 I\ST IXTIXHIXCI.\ ST.Tin .
ladies of the
4 o'clock. All parish Atlanta Constitution, printed in Mon ;:
.. .
I whether communicants or not, are cordially day's Picayune.The --cc----- -- -- i '!

1 : invited to attend these meet president in that letter reiterates i

Classified Advertisements. ings. the statements made several 'l he.Jtar Laundry

The rector may be seen after any times previously, that he has appoint t ::

service at the rectory. ed fewer negro officials than have Biggest Busiest Best 1 i 1

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any of his predecessors, and that in

Rev. Dr. P..ichman Presbyterian.will preach at 11 making all appointments in the j.tiT :
ONE CENT A V/ORD.
a.m. and I iu:: !I. m. All are invited.Tirst southern states he has sought the
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counsel of the best citizens without
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> -1. I 1 WANTED 5 YOUNG :\IE'froUl Ca;;: tist Church. regard to party and notwithstandingall iicy!! Speak :
--- 1I I'rea'::::It; at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. .
I K-cuiiibia County at cucf to prepare this, he finds himself the subjectof ;
'" .uv 'd.baeJ..eJ I for Po-itioas in the Govcrnuieut by Re/ A. J.Iieamy. of Madison. Fla. criticism and of an outcry that

"'Iltdiilthg Wtll1., I Service. Apply; to Morning sybject. Visions: of Heaven surprises and pains him. for Tlirillselres ,:
ui I l!'ten Hi luUellble Inter,Htate Corres. Itist "A Father's lament I
subject
: e\enins -
In the letter in the presi- .
!. ,aiit for the re- Cedar Rapulla.. question
: ti "'. 11. U. or E. C.vwlinfcli.i'ii.u.i ." At Un: p. m. .ir. Iteaniyill dent only repeats what he or his inspired We let the Shirts Collars .1 ''. i

t .1 i I H. Clentboto.. preach a strr.iun specially to the .
for .
: : chautf mr lieu lo le-irn bar : friends have previously said no.l Cuff; we Launder speak
.
.. :H 1.1. 2t1tiMONEY her trade. Years of apprenticeship \onng people: ; subject, "Trees of I on the subject, and it is evident that thc' eThey will talk louder i J.

sated: I I.y! iur method of steady prixpIKV I Life All Sunday School scholars andyoung he either does not comprehend the .1."iu we cm. We want to be judged tl I'r
and instruction Tools! diiimas. > people generally: are specially :
I nature of the complaint made against ore oy the work we do than by ,;
IJO,inures, hoard and I Saturday
TO LOAN
i imited to attend. The series of meetings I '
wars; Ki\en. Catalogue mailed free. him, or he stubbornly ignores it. The what: we ay. '

MoH-r! College, Xe-v Orleans La begun Tlirrailay night will continue president is extremely impulsive, as
o 1 .!table! teruii and I Ii !
* MIT 4t':1Si'l' the coming we'-:h. Week-day! services he is also extremely heady and pro- rm.i t

\i' Jn: IAIm. \\' lI-oi UI1IIII apupt.,; III IIdek I I. at loo:;! a. ra.and T:311:: p. m. sistent in his opinions, and it is therefore ALLJEK C. 0. D. Ml Calif! I ftT ant Delimc! )

i1. .'-.X l' )- 4 air*. I Ij I' A cordial invitation extended to all: to
& and White. By this system any possible that he knows perfectly TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN: ST.
1. \\ i j rue can I learn to draw anything j .ft
LuNatltii.r.lMCP attend. '
real of
: I II well the cause the complaint
thrywi-hanysize. Even childrenten WALKER INGRAHAM
I Manager. "
years oil cuileiirn.: Every I German-Lutheran. against him, but he is determined to : ,

EY TO LOAN I pupil endorses; it. Coma in and brave it out without giving it any n --"" -
for Oci-! A. Miller German services at lrt3" a. m.: '
Ppe yourself. consideration.The A--V:
II' : ';, liirewairon: *. btudio in :Saii'bury J'uildinv. "f English services at 7 p. m.; Sunday J. PELT. J. C. VAN PELT.
president: can scarcely be ignorant -
I jj
.I I other !kindof HUm II I schoool at 1 9 a. m. German Lenten
'. 1 r of the excitement and sensation \
i. > u'iiit"i pri- I service every Wednesday at i:314 p. m. VAN PELT BROTHERS,
t ru-y % rH'tnl.! ENC1fANGE-Any: one wanting a 1 which he has aroused among .
\ M. A. A. -ntiiiiier home in the mountains! .
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:Fi-Iwr'l! ran exchange property in Florida I The Church of Christ. the negroes throughout the United GARDEN STREET GROCERS, i ts )
States He stands, not so mach:: as
Jeorjria for s .,
South .
or fqllal"alue Church of Christ, corner of \Icanizaud
)I in Aidirville X. C. Will tnidb up'' the champion of their political rights, Have Received Since; the Holidays a Fresh Line of
Hible school
I l.'i.\N-\V.: K. Meriht. 'I Jackson streets-
up to JlO.UHlorle Otis A. Miller, as of their social claims their claimsto
0 .,. Minify to'I'
I 9:45; a. m.: preaching at 11 a. m. and -1J
.. :Sali-bury: Block, 1'eiiijcvl.i.: STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
"- rat of interesticy. be recognized: everywhere as social ,
HflmI 7.W: p. m. by W. T. Tracy of Viola.
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(Mliv.-" 112: and equals. President Roosevelt may
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I .i 'ii iircit.i.l'NI -'(' K MA 1..12. Tenn.:prayer meetingVednesday;: at
of the Season
Fruits Nuts and all the Dclicacacics
.. .. I say as much as he will that he is t
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;; :31: p. m. Song '
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FOIl P-ALK-The mo-t desirable ( not in favor of social equality: with H'i\ '
a! begins at 7:15 o'clock. Come Oar Hoods are Arriving Daily and you can Always R"ly on Getting the
I : I
I' II on unprovedin i lots; in tIe( city onay term, by ([ negroes, and he may think he is in ;J i I
lar w or ?m..ll"W the Fi-lier Heal K-tate Arf'ncv. :land I join us in these: services. \ Best Freshest and '
Cheapest.
i when he but the .
rate d intt-rt' .t. 20414!(\ South Palafox. 1SalmMRS. : I earnest says so I
I I': 1Ihlks.Ittt!' l ; "trlley Christian. I fact remains that he has performedthe
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uak'X. 1'it'r
ftt., : ,,, Central Christian (Church Xo. 10i'ast acts by which he has accepted VAN PELT BROTHERS
3mlm i !. HAHAH BEIH I--: [:Hlllfac-I I such equality. He has entertained i I
lr'ct-JlIl1iur Chris
Romana: y
turer and dealer in Hair Good, at dinner In the White House TELEPHONE NO. 221 .< ..c. *. 31 EAST GARDEN ST.nOYAL f;
a ,
y! negro ;
I i t.\Y-l' you LCt.d' }ht Toilet Article, Hair Oil t tian Kndcavor at 'J a..m.; Sunday i

\ 1 c n borrow any f..3\J \Ve-t. Uo'ernmpltttrppt.. school at lo a. in.; Y. 1' S. C. r:. at He has entertained at his public social f.t.J
P.1
w ? 1'idiy on fu-U'-l -- -- -- I receptions negro: women in evening

w -i r lies unywhtrt t'ur sit Itt.__ i 11 a. m. I dress, who were no officials or 'J

.' pro\cd city teal FOK RFNT-Innperx !hou** build- i -- employes of the government and \ 11.1 \ STANDARD!t VHISKHY,\ { 1 i3j
Universaliet.
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Ui. Ki-licr, ::)4I2I. > 'I'';: \l1IJr"lln11I.J"r, one *;ore and;
ltl ttII iKicfs.filOi I who could be present: in no off/ cial capacity -
t iiioeunnOLU floor three : First 1'u1\ersaJist church, East but only as social visitors th' 8 Years Gd! in Cases of 4 Full Quarts, at! S3.29 per cast :
I Chase street Rev. Mrs. Athalia L. J.
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social equals of the white callers.
I 1 h"rrow money, in- i{ I .t"I'd 11IJ.r lionet. ; Irwin l'aswr-Subj'ct at 11 a. 111.,1
The president may believe that in 1 WHISKEY: : ; dialled at the Xcl"on Co. .
i r jour !pupcrtyel f I I i iI school at in a. n.: Y. P. C. U.at I j THIS
liOl'hi' WhrrterSprlug Sunday
.! title; buy or JiOAHtUXG: at giving;: negroes this sort of recognition ., Distillery, stud i i-t fully matured in woodhefore'bottlinjr.
,' i- !It property elu. I ;, Mary Either, Fla.. ;Mr-, 6:1p.: m. Bible study Wednesday i the White House no social signification it is absolutely pure and not excelled i
in
l.-iV': Irtit COit.ixi CotJdtln, propririre All the ;, at 7:30:: p. m. The public i is cordially in quality by any WhNkey of the same ageno
attttidd \1lJfITts of huine: at very reaonaMe : should be attributed to n matter where produced. The Royal tandard

'! '.. rII': :. \\'ub)11, ratf. Northern tourist, will ,', invited to attend these services but if he so believes: he is the only I is eitiltyears old when bottled and, considering ; ("
It ,'ii-' and ittriiruncei fii.d this an ide tl phee to spend a'i and the pastor is always glad! to meet white or black who believes its excellent quality: is the! cheapest whirkey in !t .

Fla. Chanrefv pcrtiau the-emon.. 12nlm strangers alter the benediction. person the market at that price. As a Leverage and as ,I
t" who buy? 1-- :, with him. The negroes themselves! I in absolutely pure stimulant, there u cone better :

... the will ryone lend mo.I -.\' 1I I .__ :! ) \ .\ 1... Christian Science. are confident that the president hipped !in cages containing no mark whatever to

t' Hid a bou-e. ;j.lf B.L. I1rAMOND. the tailor has rniovtd *-- I sHvi'esVil be conducted II meant to give them social recogni- indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examiningthe r
-- -. to llls \\'P.t Goverumetit Special whiskey, is not ali-fied with the quality he
ition, and not only did be mean it.i'
street, oppolte: Kxpre-s 'tQ"e. t by JudgeV.!; G. Eaing. Christian can return the lime at our expense and money ; '
\\"....:"1'1 u. wtt'ft'l 1 e is prepared to clean, repair Scientist at the Pensacola Library but that he actually did give it to will be refunded.

U'N: and pre-s ladle and eantiatneii Sunday at 11 o'clock. The public! is I them. Now, it is only a matter ofj:' All orders should be accompanied by either t i'aicNTTLAasoio

v, ralper-or-of tn.ir- t"lll'r m. dt>+"it*. lj3nta j: choice as to which negro is to be thepresident's ccrrencY,1'0tofllcP'1J10fIeyc1rder; bank draft orti-
',I n pit tatlou in etch cordially im ited.I r- r Free money order. We refer to Kiret National
"is county rtquirtd! ) i..... l1a......a.... next guest at dinner, while p' HppRD Bank or any merchant in
- I Salvation Army. are Pensacola'r
:1 u1 :itlvHruold eliy *- the president's public receptions
H.ALFMAX. uuibrdii maker 315 j
: tniuh.'u.t" is cordially invited to at now and henceforth considered; open
South 1'aK.fox Hr.-H. Re covtripijatvJ I i Everyone S. A. FRIEDMAN
.i ":abding.
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Iiry
ad'ji- n-pairir.jof; umbrellaandl'artsol tend tLe meetings at the Barracks on to the negroes of Washington: and ,
w 'ii! t xp; t n-t
pecialty.: :Silk:; covers Holiness meeting: the United States.
1 d ivab'.e: iu oi-li DeReache street.:
: aiuayaonhanct. jan SCAUXIVAL I So-: P. nPRrET R. Pr. SA'or\, FLA.
\ alt'S"1 the :>es b vr
iy fn-in had Sunday at 11 a. m.: Junior class meeting This is what negr

."lid I. c''.*carriii'-ry. ipir; tar- ------('tsvniv'1.....,.". -C.turv-- .- ............ I at 2 p. m. Salvation meetings and it is what the white: people! b I Ilien' i' o uc.x *w. Tri.rmoia.:

-' i-.d.lrt-rd 'li- tO TUMEIn vel- 1 every night at S oc'lock. in the Bar and it is this belief: so generally
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Ci v-t. Silk.: Satin and other mat'r 7 diffused among the people of the _
U > Ct.n: :: racks; open airs at p. m. A.A pRIn... ., MAR. i
l Ihrb4w: 'lI*, can be rnnted Mr*. E. D. United States, that has caused the Fri handle! eve!:, class of Liquor' eold, in <

Nord-ironi's Millinery Store. Al NoMisk Seamen's Friend Society. against President Roosevelt. hulk lrbattlewholesl" rr retail at prices that I
\\1' ,*. F.iU XoesVi; _- and outcry ar, a Ij do"Vn. 'J .
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klid; of t-tit .ty beer I Hair Good at Xo. H l E l-t latent The Seamen's Friend Society will Surely the president (cannot be I 4.' l .
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l "*, A, Frie 3:30 m. blind to this stale of things. At any AGE: :T FOR THE FAMOUS PAT BEER.IIL""eII .
-1inin. L'J-tl J deacia rtr et, uear P11af"x. hold religious services at p. t I


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THE DAILY NEW I PENSACOLA, FLORIDA- SATURDAY MARCH. 7,1803'

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tained a party of young ladies chaperoned
GOOD LUCK. by Mrs. H. H.Thornt on and Chris Tbieseo
r Mrs. Bryan Black, on the Indiana
this afternoon at tea. ,
Lieut. Douglas entertained a partyof
ladies on' the Alabama last nightat CORKER
dinner. ............... .........o...... IMITATION
It la not hard to tell why there la such i. INTENDENOIA AND
t The decorations were exquisite In BAYLEN SIS.,
'pink and white roses and ferns. An "
sreiuendons demand for GOOD Baking -
I elegant menu was served in seven I I'i'\)" s II-.\ j One Block West of Palafox.
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wines.
Powder: ita Great Leavening Power and perfect courses with the accompanying :
The Junior Guild of Christ's church I KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF

Purity make It I will give an entertainment the first .. I8FLATTERY


,I Monday good announcement promise after Easter.something of These which especially young will ladies be I New (Means Grocery i. .

Richmond. 1'a.NNN. I i il I made Inrita later.tions have been received II PUREST[ I U LIQUORS ij ijF.if

l; --- I from Mr. and Mrs. Gus. M. Cohen to i JAMES McHUGH Prop.
+ > ( I ,, the marriage of their daughter Dab :
> sye to Mr. Alexander Rosenan Wed- w : I I


1 SOCIAL i ECHOES nesday''I at The eight reception evening o'clock to,March at follow Temple the at their 18 Beth-El., 1&03 residence i ROASTED COFFEES I i i.t' Family or Medicinal UseSwedish

! : fit West Garden street from I
t ..i.i1.1...NN.N.....iu .. i 8:3o to II) o'clock. The many friends -.+ ;D FJR

:-u\. 1 Mrs. John Andrew Rinjold: left today i j jof, this young couple wish them every i

,.t on the noon train for her home in I happiness. BLENDED TEAS .$ i The Sailor or aodSffill.

t Cincinnati. Mrs. RinsoM has been j I Mr. Cameron Dow is very ill at the : .'Tis said imitation is smccr.3: ,at,
the guest of Dr and Mrs. Blocker for 'infirmary)', and his many friends hope !
a few weeks and has by her charming that he will be much better soon. I OUR SPECIALTIES.: i tery. We have a popular-pr; >_ 5 :e
I !
_ Punch. Danish Aquaril, !
personality and loveliness: won many that we have been selling '. '. -..
friends here who hope that her next en : : German Kummel and other brandsof Ii
TO SETTLE -I i time. It has given such eve
visit will be of longer duration.Mr. imported Wines and! Liquors.

I .. WQ "'C I tion that others have tried :., .
Here only jou will find the :\. C. j :
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1:. Scymore Bell F. U. (i. S RACE QUESTIONCALL
Urithh Commercial agent in the Unit- I' -0 S\i C"I S i->wen. I:l'ntu"k'his \e ', 24:! years it and duplicate cur success

s ...I rr1 0 old.
J Su -=;, with headquarter'- at Chi- I j A en I

; ._i '..a.lea in the city a few day FOR A CONVENTION ( Q -I I Valhalla Branch corner Garden .,
.u: fig! !U! i.; quite intereotPti in the tai i rf4NNI 0 street and 10th avenue.IMesKalio .
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< ,' of this port and has been they I STEPS TAKEN IN WISCONSIN!' Z ....
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tstt'r'I I
J.' of much attention.
FOR A NATIONAL CONFERENCE'' t- -i
.t '11'"t (':!Joya Ill' bay party was I
> : <: him by the officials of the !II. -- I LLJ Z C 0O 0a \ \ Conpy
I. "I- .i dl'! & Nashville Rai.road. Quite !I : .J r M.r ,
I
: Wis.. MarchThe initiatory I
of the Madison
'<.1y : representative nen often j I -( WHOLESALE A.M KETIIL
: ">rohi and visitors fornind the parA !.' ; steps fc.r a convention to set. : & o I
rm was made out into the I! 0 C"IC GROCERS.Headquarters MYER'Sstill
tIe taken in
the race question was ) I
.
'i and around the bay. stoppingoattleships ;j u
1... where a callas: I the senate: this morning when Son- C en 1 P :: .. for I
:
I- :',>: on Admiral llig;inson and other actor flatten presented a joint resolution Z \1 i

f,.: ers of the ileet. An elegant! ;::; lunch I authorizing and requesting the .. Y -rr1 i Fancy and Staple Groceries.
was! served. The party returning at I 't .
(Jovernor to call upon the Governors '
thr e o'clock. of other states to appoint ten dele- r .J.. r .. i ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE .
The participants were the honoree."r I .I la 0 .
: Seymore Bell of England, Mr. gates to a convention to be held in S : ?: i i FANCY GOODS.
J. M. Roberts Llritis-h Vice-Cons'il. Atlanta, Ga., commencing July 4. : : WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS $$1.50 SHOES
t i ilerick Itonar and guest Lieat.-C.ol. i FOR WEST FLORIDA FOR THE
"The of the
present agitation race AiiD RETAIL
HIGH GRADE CROCERIES
Stephens) Mr. Hewes and Mr. Armstrong I WHOLESALE il) CELEBRATED
II of Philadelphia. Mr. (.'. H. Ha- problem, the resolution states, "of-
Berman: Mr. F. R. Mead. Mr. Fred fers, we believe the opportunity of : .:f.f. Feed Stuffs'' of All Kinds. jjt ? !!( Cafe du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home
;i (). Howe, Mr. Knowles flyer, Mr. T. such consideration of it as will bringa i i Molasses. Illini and Climax Flour,
C Watson Mr. J. n. Slillman. Mr. W. I Baylels Delicatessen German-Ameri-
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better understanding of its PHONE
? 15. \Vrisht. Mr. Jno. B. Guttman, Dr. nature i 105. J I. can Food Company's Canned Meats
, and map point the way to adjust solu- 1
Etc., Etc.
IJlocKer and Dr. Renshaw.
; tion." ...N...... *.+.+.....+....................NI11 .+.

i1 At tho meeting of The CKcoola Club Governor Lanfollette and leading -
Tl'iir day evening, it was divided) to II r-- Auction SaleFEGIXXIXG
? politicians are in favor of the con- ,
gi\rj a reception and ball to the ofiicirs i ==--------M-M M :: !I still stand alone in their class and all
i "i the North At'antie squadron I ference. The governor Ears: I Ilsconsin r::: =
the eu-ni will tale place on the even- "\\ has taken the lead attempts to imitate them at the sine
! in: ol March lnh.! generally Known as I; among northern I sates in grapplingwith 1. f7 Specials S I
1 ai'l,Lent. I I Saturday March 7, at 4 p. m., price have failed.
social
I problems. The conferenceis S213
iji 1 and .It is a stylish, trim Shoe into which
; cPi. continuing
The many friends of Mr. William Itttnwe not for this slate, but for all the .

will regret to k-arn, (.f his ill-I I states. If one meeting does good for : MONDAY i : TWO SALES DAILY, I'I'I there is crowded a big lot of wear. If
j ni' s and wish him a spear return to : the negro it will do good for the 1 ,
li<'Vth. i I :southern and northern states as ; (1J Lt1 'I 10:30) : a. m. and i n. m.. until Entire Stock is' :you are shoeing up, and want this
a Lt1 ) sold, atCOHEN'S I
I well. It is to ,\\\4. III price, just look at it.
be that
I Th. meetings ben in at the First hoped the ; ( !,"" : ;> i
March I
1 9th.
a/, Vijpti church Thursday night, are ) iouih will enter with the other ; j) 2.52S25 zsz5zsE (
exjHLctf to continue daring the comin Mates of the union in honestly and I .- : I
;: \U' .k. lli-v. A. J. l>.miy of Madison ( ; I'
{ Fa.! i is preacl.ina:.:; i-\ceient!! sincerely joining in the conference. SEE SHOW WINDOW DISPLAY. 5 AND SO-GENT STORE I
er-I ;
. minis and it is hoped that much i i'J ,
will result from these meetings. EXCURSION TO BATTLESHIPS.The ,
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, i to cordial attend.invitation The notice is extended of the services to! all II Steamer Florence will run excursions ; 1 2,500 YARDS "ST. CAUL'S" EDGINGS AND INSERT I In Large or Small! LoU to Suit Buyers Meyer Shoe CoFeet

will be found the hour Present.
, tomorrow among every Sunday commencing

church announcements.A at :& a. .m to the battleships; the ; INC, 8 1-3 TO 10-CENT VALUES, MONDAY 5C :HJ' : W, F, WILLIAMS Ancti nEer.
?p< cial meeting for the young; TJfO-I i ,
first landing will be at the big U. S. .

ple will., he held tomorrow Alabama./. Fare for the 'round trip t J' ONLY, PER YARD, ; I On account of going into new buHnesq ,
t', at n: 'i when :Mr.: Reamyil preach __ _, __ thlsentire stuck man bn sold immediately I'urnihbers for Ca" li Only.
r. especially to them his subject, "Trees 2o; cents. ; I ) regardless of values, sad Hare HttrKain ran

of Life." J. E. REED, Mgr. ONE CASE NEW SPRING GINGHAMS! scotch: Plaids SAC yo : 1 j hI! bad at thesesale*. A.M.CultKV

A party of officers. Lieut Hendern. SAILORS ARRESTEDBY } and Stripes, 10e Value, EXTRA 8PKCIAL. .... ... .. Lumber. 102 Eouth Palafox :.t.
t: j .... Lieut. :Madison: and others eater- jr -- - -- 'I "x3 scantling, $5; per thousand.
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THE I
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I Ox': scantling, $I; per thousand.
ONE CASE "WINDSOR PERCALES Other items in proportion. Call nd j
Seamen who have abused their land i : :America' Stand. I ]
10c V'd
BREAD.
THE TRUTH ABOUT : : see us i I
liberty have been reported to the police I i and 12'oC Value All New ,. \ I MC-lmo. BKEKMAX LUMBER CO.

e From London "Chic." and all the morning they han ,, j __ __ f ___ ___- ___ : l
I, In a repent issue of ('hit-. oar of the been gatUred together in squads -

big ilhiMriiU'il wvfhlK'i f>'\\liU-hLou-- from two to five and sent to jail. Officers ; s _...NEW SPRING_WALKING-HATS READY FOR INSPECTION,,, ;; ;; ..VrrRr ii'I Cr'lfl ll rrr : I II

:i don! is famous, a writer en scientific I Sanders Kay and Foailebilla are ,

I lads says: "There was npr coineda aiding the corporals a great deal. All I I

more delusive phrase than T.n-Hd. I I the seamen will le returned to their W. J. & B. FORBES. THE NEW STORE I

the staff: of Life,' because brea.l is'vessels.'I '
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; almost the v.-orst of all foods unless I' ...- -.c --- -,
[ DEATH CF AN --
the eater Iviuixvs all about its proper-

: tios. It is poison to the man in a ESTIMABLE LADY and, down the highways with drams

j ii'irry. : Mrs. Lucy Stocl.ard! wife of Mr. \\.1 and fifes and flags, to be haranguedby MARITIME. : .
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.''t here follows a Ions; argument: I the escaped criminals that flocked
j 15. Siockard and mother of Mrs. H. 0.Ans.on r ijij ODMN&\ N a m :t
21 'Why not,' asked the dietic experts of the city, died at S o'clock hither from half the world a sort of I: A

'do fur lie bread: and! oilier ce- this morning at the family! home in compromise was reached, under the Arrived. I '
; real ft>o ls what: the mat'atiolI'l'! !; terms of which the negro agreed to Dr. ES Dxmoor, 2::Jj. Stonthouse, '
Warrington. The funeral will take Gulfport, to Gulf! Transit Co.
i lt: so that those whose digestions are enfeebled go to work if he were permitted to I \\'ILL OPEN
,! place tomorrow afternoon at :2 o'clock, ; 4jI
may he fully nourished, that be his own "boss." There were those Cleared.
the interment to be made at \\'arTingtnn I
_ 5s:, derive every grain of nutriment who foresaw the bad results of this Ital Ik Northern Empire. S52, Ka-
; possible from the food and! avoid the cemetery. Undertaker John Wood arrangement but the merchants fa- zelo by W. S. Keeper k Co., for Buenos

t I discomforts of indigestion, the pains I'I went the remains down at for 10 burial.a. m. and prepared \ored it, and with the land owning valued Ayers at JS,1G3.with 62S.OW s ft lumber, Tuesday March 3 I Ia f fAT

' f after rating, flatulence ar llity.llt'art.1(I class it was "Hobson's choice. The ,

: burn and the hosts of evils indicating PRETTY PARADE outcome was the parceling: up of the Sailed.

:. faulty digestion Why not prepare: a GIVEN THIS MORNING.The plantations with a negro tenant on Ital ss Pinin, Guano Genoa ,,
10 A. 31.
lr! ss August Belmont, ,
Tam-
food! so perfectly that if it he eaten every plat susceptible of supportinga Rogers ..,, ..... >
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bolted, it will be street parade given by the Gen- pico.Nor i
in a hurry or as family. Mules and implements were bk Frig?a, Hole, Rosario
readily digested; as if chewed five i Itry show this forenoon was a very paid for out of the proceeds of the

;l minutes." I pretty one and hundreds of people crop. Food for the negroes and the FO'XD-A Bunch of Keys. Owner. EVERYBODY IS INVITED TO CALL AND ]
\ lined the and viewed may have same by calling at this I!
route the -
I "To nmert the starch in cereals ( pal mules was likewise sold and not only office, 1R

Into the form of Crape Sugar; whichis I' ceant. This familiar aggregation has food, but "finery" since the negro's ing for identifying this notice.property and MTtf pay .INSPECT OUR STOCK.
lost of its IJeautand attractiveness .. ... as
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most ; :Tceable to the stomach andwhich none vanity had to be administered to as I

; can be immediately taken up 'I and crowds! of people will see well as his neccessities. Cotton was Working Overtime. -;>

. by the system as nourishment is what the performance this afternoon and. fetching from forty to fifty cents a Eight hour laws are ignored by I Cor. Palafox and Intendencia.I

""t I has been done in Crape-Nuts which I this evening. pound and it was to the interest of those tireless, little workers-Dr. ,
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for the reasons I have given. is a far the merchant to encourage the negroto King's New Life Pills. Millions are ,
How Labor Was Spoiled. '
more than the healthful best and porridge nourishing i.r bread food I Thomas I' Grasty in Southern buy everything to-eat and raise always ing Indigestion at work, Biliousness night: and ,day Constipation cur- II JNMlv I'Jwm" MI' I'} -

1 Farm Magazine of Baltimore forI coton alone. Sick Headache and all stomach -
and can be eaten with abvantage by I March: Liver and Bowel troubles. Easy
: persons wi!> : ', most delicate stom pleasant, safe, sure. Only 23c at W.
After the and the GREENHUT $
. I war was over Tragedy Averted. lA' & CO.
achs. ( A. D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 S. .
negro was given his freedom and the
Palafox
.. "This food discovery comes from I : "Just in the nick of time our little street. ,,
crime of the ages was committed in
America but widespread recognitionof boy was saved" writes Mrs.V.. '
the bestowal of the elective franchise
.WHOLESALE GROCERS
, q its valuable properties is, to my upon the ignorant ex-slaves who belonged I Watkins, of Pleasant City Ohio. DO YOU KNOW .4. ,

r I; thinking, much hampered by a name to an immeasurably inferior ["pneumonia had played sad havoc BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. havea

I which is meaningless:; even to the race while the white men representing -I with him and a terrible cough set large stock of dressed studdingand Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA.

chemiest or dietist. I must confessto and in besides. Doctors treated him, joists. Get their prices! before
the intelligence integrity -
not understanding the meaning of I Iof the land were deprived of any say)I I I II but he grew worse every day. At buying.. dl6-lm Do yea want a magnificent watch CREX AMERICAN GRASS CARPETS

'Grape-Nuts' when I first saw it, but i so in local government, there was fora length we tried Dr. King's New Dis for little money? If so, call ot FINEST
ECZEMA, NO CURE, NO PAY. AND LINOLEUM,
an examination of this food discovery time chaos and stagnation. The negro covery for Consumption, and our dar Your druggist will refund Stephens! the jeweler. He will ac-
jour money1fP
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commodate Y0t
reveals it as one of the most important saved. He's sound and TOO. THING ON EARTH FOR
during this period became imbued ling was now OINTMENT falls to cure Ringworm
dietetic al'anees1' made.NoteThe with the idea to "hire out" was we))." Everybody ought to know, Tetter Old Ulcers and Bores Pimples and FOR LUMBERCall HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE.

I name is partly derived beneath the dignity of a freedman It's the only sure cure for Coughs, Blackheads. M cents.on the face, and all skiD diieases. on BEEKMAN LUMBERCO. RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTON i

from grape sugar and the term "Nuts"is and after absolutely wasting the better Colds and all Lung diseases.: Guaranteed for estimates before placing QUINA.

suggested by the nutty flavor. The I part of a year in such childish by W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 S. CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR I your orders for lumber. dlS-lm

entire: word is the registered trademark celebrations of his new condition Palafox street. Price 50c. and {1-00. THE LIBRARY
as PARLOR AND BED at
I marching and r" Hot Rolls at 5 p. m lOo Try Gnnther'i Candies
j I countermarching up Trial bottles free.
ROOM, AT MARSTON & QUINA'S. doz., at Solomon s. J Solomon's.







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