The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1903
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002076174
oclc - 33669261
notis - AKR4558
lccn - sn 96027213
System ID: UF00075893:00361
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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Minister of War Surrenders to Rev= WILL HOLD, HOWEVER, Arkansas flooded district saw mill of ,Arkansas returned this from morning the I Assigned to Represent the Nayy at ; tl

I : and reports that while at Gavin

olutionists.I GUARD DANGER POINTS ALONG I a station on the Inca road, on the St. Louis Exposition. !!ij

I Saturday afternoon he saw a skiff >V' }t ',
containing four drummers fcnd two t'l*_ ,' I.;

% f negro oarsmen, swept under the trackof ; ; i
f I the railrtfad in a stiff current.
States consulate.The CAPT. O'BRIEN FWIIN r
CAPTURED BY REBELS AFTER inhabitants of the villages\ I New Orleans, March 21.-The river I The boat, was overturned and all COAST DEFENSE VESSEL IS

has fallen two-tenth of a foot in : six of the occupants were drowned.Mr. :
around this city are joining in the I BOUND UP THE RiVER FOR ST.
SERIOUS FIGHTING, IN WHICH the past twelve hours, registering to- Hood does not know the namesof (
'i '
revolutionary mo'emenl.0 news JACKSONVILLE :
KILLED. day 20 feet Favorable winds have the traveling men ,but says that LOUIS. p;
'A"Y ARE is obtainable from the southern and
probably figured in the decline. Something i they were caught in the overflow district t
northern parts of the island. ---- r
like a gale prevailed during the by the washing out of the rail- ,". '. ,.
There ;was severe fighting )yesterday ; H
night and caused much apprehension I road tracks and had employed the
: i ,"i !.-o, Republic of Santo at La Vega, but the result is not (N. O. Picayune, March 24th.) :!k J-;
concerning the safety of the levees negroes to row them across the sub- t'
," v.irch 21.-The revolution- I known. I The United' States monitor Arkansas BURIED THE HATCHET AND j, .
,. south, but early reports brought no merged territory toIound City,
i tacked and captured one If the north and south refuse to which has been assigned to t,t: 1
news of crevasses. It is believed here Ark., where they intended to take a ALL ARE GLAD THAT HARMONY r : f.l
i ,rr, defending the city. join in the revolutionary movementthe represent the Navy at the ceremo- <** i\'
that the river is now carrying off steamboat for this city.
\','... [' much of the flood that caused the
' '. rig continues. The garrisonf than it is. Commerce is at a nection with Louisiana Exposition, .1 ''
overflows in North Memphis and in
: San: Carlos, about two miles standstill, and there is considerable Arkansas. There is no change whatever CLIMBS HOURLY HIGHER. passed up at Port Eads yesterday afternoon t.I-!: : ".t ',

I- :_ "' city has declared itself in anxiety as to the future.A in local conditions.The 1'\atchez.l\Iiss., March 24.-All workon at 5:25 o'clock, and shouldbe Capt. O'Brien of this city made the '5 !" :; ,

the revolutionists. Presi- San Pedro de off Canal street the after the Jacksonville '{ i '
!4 r *.I warship is going to levee has been discontinued during following statement to :
Sycamore -
hardest fight on the river is \ ys.
.<.r; \"iiuez is absent in the in Marcorh, to the eastward of this "add from there to noon. Times-L'nion representative con 1. + ;
now being made in the LaFourcheand reports are .
i ,' .:'the republic.,_ city, in order to compel it to surren Pontchartrain districts which the effect that unless a break should The Arkansas was one of the coast cerning the pilots of this place: .: w'f'l';

:,'volutionists are in full pos- der. The warship President, which is cover the front south of Baton occur it: will hold more water than defense vessels authorized just "The report you have received from ?- '',

, of the city. They have taken off the northern coast of the islands, : conditions indicate. about time war was declared against Pensacola," he began "is correct. I I'
Rouge on both sides. Large forces of .
uf the cable office of the govt is in the possession of President Vas- The levee has been closely examined Spain and she is now making her Peace has at last been declared ..:
steadily employed on both I
men are -
'land lines. Foreign; Minis quez banks. These levees as a rule are for traces of craw-fish holes, but maiden trip from Hampton Roads. I among our bar pilots, and I am glad .f'rt; 'II 1

vhct!; has bought refuge in have been found. The vessel was authorized!; on May of it. As in all such cases, there has t ", lJ"}
and the none
the best in the state
'fd States consulate. The The Capture Confirmed. among The river is gradually crawling 4. 1893her; keel was laid on Nov. i been fault on both sides. We are all "ll![ :'
engineers:; have no reason to doubt up Tjliable Tj-
' inntinues. Assistant (lover.cine Paris, March 24.-The foreign office 1 that they will hold unless craw-fish to the maximum stage of 97, and is 12, 18'J9: and her hull was launched to make mistakes, but we have :: ;, i,

,. and the government has received a dispatch from Pan musk rats undermine them. now six feet on the third floor of the Nov. 10, 1900, and the contract was I feel assured made none in coming ff ,ito :

General Pena, have beeni Domingo confirming yesterday's advices or I elevator, which has been abandoned completed on March 11, 1901, just an understanding, and in going to f!'; ". :. I ii' ; .;..

the Associated Press, saying Since then she has good ternis. ; :
to two years ago. work together: again on it ,
for the time being.
i that the government that two revolutionary generals have RIVER AT MEMPHIS. I'! The gauge this mornin reads 49.6, been completely finished. The Arkansas The hatchet is buried, and we are all 'f= : : .

the city will attack taken of that city, and adding and it." '.1' ,
" possesion in the 14! was built to stand a sea: glad of .
Memphis, Tenn., March 24.-The a rise of one-tenth past
,ii i .'- who are in San that President Vasquez has been I on her voyage down the coast she "It was gathered from Captain r! : :

;U. t II! \Vos Gill has as- expelled. river this morning registered 39.4 i hours. ... has struck many stiff blows. The' O'Brien's interesting resume of the x':,i a ,, -)

i .i the revolutionary The dispatch is brief, owing to the feet on the gauge and continues to re PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT HAS craft is heavily constructed, a floating situation that the three outside pilots JfftFS,\( ,.-
cede. This i sa fall of one-tenth since I'
1 I > ,i of men killed revolutionists having cut the wires, battery in fact. She measures who so loyally interested themselves R
last night at 6 o'clock. The weather RED HAT
or \\iini\\.1 1 i- 'in1 mown, but it is but the officials here construe it as 2o2; feet in length, 50 feet beam, to bring about an amicable adjustment J. ,,
that the fall will ,
bureau predicts -
rtI|,,'cad I il.ai Li.iiii, have been killed meaning that President Vasquea'sgovernment -Whether Arch- draws 12 feet C inches of water. She of the difficulty in Pensacola J }
March 24.
continue at an increased rate for the Rome, ; t. j
t'n I has been overthrown. Ireland receives the cardinal's : is C239: tons displacement and is had contributed much to the result; : ,,:
1"'l'r. next few days. There seems every bishop .
; : i'''"", at the head of a Xo information has been received I driven ll'i miles an hour by triple and that Captain Davis had proven l :
reason to believe that the danger from red hat or not now practically ;
tunin,; r.M,; !', ,!!its, attacked the at the foreign office regarding the re hands of President expansion engines and twin screws himself especially anxious to adjust i3 ;
in the
the overflow has passed and that the i
liir' :.tt I IK('i,UK this evening and ported revolution Xicaragua.. The craft carries 400 tons of coal the differences that have unhapily existed .1 i
greatest flood that the Mississippi Roostvelt.: .
u-.i-ii 1 :iii, 1'l1l1'allrhoners.' : insistence and has an indicated horsepower of between the Pensacola bar pilots I .
in to
replying I
valley has ever seen will soon pass The pope, ''
M!.e.; pi r'.art have been killed BIFURCATED GARMENT States that 2,400. for the last two months. In this ) 1'11'
from the United
into history far as this portion of '"
so I I
'.Id .11'1.' '! in the streets. TheI'oni GAME TO BE ENJOINED cardinal Her battery consists of two 12,inch connection it may be added that it t I ; : ,
the valleyis concerned.The I Ireland be appointed a .
,', ', :p" an ': awl business is breech-loading rifles and four inch is generally!: understood among the ,
Rome, Ga., March 24.! -The Chicago railroads continue to give assurance said that owing to division on the '
',,' Si 1 I local that the three pilots tl i
i .l I itnus consequences rapid-fire guns. The secondary battery pilots .1A 1'
of "IHooruer Girls" was of opening their lines to the subject among members of !
r. \ in. result from the team I I I consists of three C-pounders, above referred to were led to take ] 'k ?
would not
American hierachy, he appoint
booked to play a game of ball with west before tomorrow morning. ;;
,I 'i i the government six 1-pounders and two Colts. the matter solely because of the high ;
Ireland unless President I
\oliiiioiiists. the local team, but 'a committee of I LOS-- She carries 13 officers and 135 men. regard they have long entertained for dt; .1.4,1: ;
SIX LIVES Roosevelt requested it as a distinction
ministers composed) of Rev. 15. F: V !f'I
of the most Captain O'Urien. ; :
IN MISSISSIPPI RIVER. to the United States. The Arkansas is one
REVOLUTION IN NICARAGUA. Fraser, First Methodist; Rev. FrankCulpepp"r will remain in Jack j ,-;
Second Haptist and Rev.' Memphis, Tenn., March 24.-The modern monitors in the world}, and Captain t
) Scimitar this afternoon says that J. The largest, the best and newsiest. as a fihting'essel is considered sonville for the reminder of the
V,M pt\e,ved That One Has atL A. G. Shankle, Second Methodist, hasemplo'e eek. .. .- j
the law firm of Dean & cede. This is a fall of one-tenth since J The News, 10 cents per week. very powerful.She 1 -;
c; Broken Out There. is commanded by Commander J : i'

\ ," March 24,Advices Dean: to take out proceedings in I PANAMA APPROPRIATIONS 4rw
from :1
Charles E. Vrt-eland, appointed :
'mhrah' that at last court to prevent the game on the .
New Jersey in ISt G. S. I. ',
utluliou in Nicaragua ground that it is immoral. 'r : "
ALL DIFFERENCESHAVE Question as to Whether They are i I. FS

.' Zela 'a's friendship for Legally Available. ,t ; I I

v .' las in Honduras hasID ARRESTED ON WashingtonIarch 24.-There is a M,
SOLD THEM \ ::1"

I question as to whether the appropriations ; !/)

Nicaragua has been BEEN SETTLEDDUMPED AN OLD WARRANTLUM made for the Panama canal t j 1 ;

I. '" Xt'liva has been lend- THEIR OWN GOODSGEORGE can be made legally available. i' t;._ t..-

.. .I 1 his to Sierra r '
i in loWer This appropriation carries $40,000- t
; i nod' is not in a position tor 000 for the purchase of the property 'k' .. ; .

." < .n:ipaisn\ he could have GRAY, and rights of the Panama Canal ,' tr.l J

'J'I id there not been out BOTH FACTIONS OF THE BAR
', ', ., GARBAGE '
: which were
payment of Colombia and tha preliminary -

1. '.,: t tr very prompt attention. FROM THE GARFIELD ICE CO. PILOTS HAVE BEEN UNITED.- ING ON THE CHARGE OF GAME construction of the canal. Nd iM w'

',' I."-> (If the outbreak at the IN CITY LIMITS
GOOD FEELING NOW PREVAILSThe LING. It is pointed out that the appropriation
1J, i I'i: that section where the .
act is
under the Spooner ,
'* : "I' 2e'.iva: are strong, have One of the slickest negro thieves in two factions of rensacola bar made on certain implied conditionsand t

'- L; i the states as yet. arrested by Officer Sanders a f
pilots have settled all the differencesthat Ltnn Richardson, colored, was ar that the treaty does not conform ;
V'! \ "' bare fact that the exiajipt'tied yesterday morning. He is Geo. 1
have existed between them for rested yesterday by Officer Burge on with the law. P' ;
learnt -
has been who has recently
Gray, The law under which the
some time past, and the association is a warrant issued nearly six monthsago appropriation
t : r Greenville, Ala. '
Pensacola from conducting its business on about the DUMPED IN THE CITY. charging him with gambling. In is made authorizes the .
.' however, that Zeiiied Gray was in the employ of the Garfield f
to "perpetual con
to he president acquire
same line as prevailed previous the police court this morning
: toe telegraph comN Ice company, on East Wright the of land through 1hj
and trol" over strip
the trouble.A pleaded guilty to the charge was ii
John Welters colored arrested
was I }
'I no messages except street, and he worked at night. During meeting was held in the association fined $10.PLACE which the canal is to run and provides I

: or coming from the'ruml'llt the night he would steal a number yesterday by Sanitary Inspector for police and sanitary regulations ry 4
hall last night. The meeting was I
1 Walsh on the charge of dumping 1
.. be his employ garbage
will pers sacks from
-" \( of empty on the part of the United.
of receiving the reportof OF MEETINGHAS
for the
purpose in the limits. He 4
city pleaded
: The the 1
the frontier. them to the company
and sell
ers CHANGED. : States. .f
rules and bylawsto BEEN
the committee on '
guilty to the charge and Mayor Jones
'" M I'otinto to Panama next day. The manager of the concern the association. The reportwas Genuine Defects in Law.It t.r

1 I S is closed to the out never suspected that he was govern submitted and unanimously adop ordered him to remove the garbage Evangelist McIntosh has transferredhis ii provided that after such f .
from where he deposited it yesterdayor
buying his own sacks and readily ted. The committee was composed ol revival meetings from the Pala- "perpetual control" is acquired negotiations : J
be subject to a fine.
paid for them. Capt. T. 1:. Wells, ilots S. L. Clifford fox street Methodist church to the may be commenced with ,

Honduras Rebels. Among other things stolen from the and Charles Perry. THE INDIANA'S MINSTRELS. Gadsden street Church, and will the Panama Company for the purpose .4{
.: '" March 24.-Ad\ices from place was a box of apples, which had This committee was continued with preach there during the remainder of of purchasing the property.The .

": ,' \' way of San Salvador, been placed in cold storage and which" power to perfect the organization and The crew of the battleship Indiana the series. lIe will speak today at democrats attempted to remedy 1

forces under General was'the property of Capt. R. I'I make application to the governor of will give a complimentary minstrel 3:30: and 7:30 p. m., and the general this defect 'by amendments to d t t

j'i are supporting General Bushnell. This is also charged up to' is Invited to hear him. the treaty, but they were voted k
1. the state for a charter incorporatingthe performance at the opera house next public p
i-idenU'lect of Honduras another connected 1 +}
is negro
1 Gray. There association.A Friday evening. Curtain rises at down.

', "' ,,.on? to overthrow the with this robbery, but he has I name for the new association was the usual hour. Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat Biscuits They called the attention of ,the r j k

r"". ",' i .oral Sierra the retiring not yet been arrested. not selected on account of the absence and ,Force with Cream at Sol- republicans to the fact that the appropriations t e. ,

have occupied the town of Gray pleaded guilty to the chargein members, who If Your Physician oman's.A might not be made legally { '
of six or seven
'l: '... from t
i miles '
) eighteen the police court this morning and prevented from attending on precribes a milk diet, for its easy available, and all the answer '
"t, the capital. asked Mayor Jones for mercy. The account of sickness.As digestibility it will be well to use Guaranteed Cure for Piles. they got was the intimation that '
mayor bound him over to the county charter is secured the I Borden's Peerless Brand Evaporated Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding there would be no one to question

Quiet is restored. authorities. soon as a at Cream to get a rich, deliciously flavored Pile. Your druggist will refund your the president's action in construingthe ly
hold meeting, to
,' association will a money If PAZO OINTMENT falls cure
.UTO, Republic of Santo milk food, perfectly sterilized, appropriation in he 1'j
r. which officers will be elected and a you SO cents any way
March :21: .-Quiet has" been The ladies are cordially Invited to according to latest sanitary methods. choose. *'W., P t;' ;

this city by the warships : name chosen. in supply for all kinds of ex, Cure will ,
: Inspect my Spring pattern hats on The best of feeling now prevails Lay a Piso's cure your. cough h'Burnett' '
: : Senoras
: :as.e minister surrendered of war to the rev Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,I among the pilots of both factions, and peditions. Avoid unknown brands. relieve serenes o! the lungs, and help Vanilla Extract has outlived

( difference heretofore existing are difficult breathing. criticism. It is the finest and pared -
and the minister of posts March 24, 25 and 26. .Mrs. N. Bowers. the Malta-Vita Shredded Wheat Bis
a' matter of association his vanilla extract that c an be bought
_aphs, Senor Castillo, haste now only a cuits, and Force with Cream at Sol

: :: foreign minister, Sanchez, Try The News' WANT COLUMN. tory. Oman's. Try The News' WANT COLUMN. Once tried, always used.


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c Tie EMCBtlml Thta*.
The primary class in Sunday school

I was listening to a lesson on patience.
r Florala. Ala., March 24.-The passenger This according to the Boston Herald

train recently placed on the was what came of it at least In the

Yellow River road has increased the minds of the more literal minded children

travel fifty per cent. This train is :

very convenient to Florala. Leaving The topic had been carefully explained -
and as an aid to understanding
here at 7:15 arriving in Pensacola at
the teacher had given each pupil a
All Cooks Delight in using 10:15. returning same day. The card bearing the picture of a boy fish- ,
r freight train running on the same
lug. for infants and Children.
schedule as before. Eighteen passengers "Even pleasure," said she "requiresthe

Pet Brand I came up from Crestview yesterday exercise of patience. See the boy Castnria is a harmless! snbstituto for Castor: Oil Tare.

with permits on the freight Last i iI fishing. He must sit and wait and goric, Drops and Nopthmr Syrup It is l"lt't'oallt! itcontains
wait He must be patient" neither Opium Morphine nor other \arcotic
'night at the arrival of the
Evaporated CreamNever passenger Having treated the subject very fully fin -tane('. It destroys Worms and allays: FeierMm.H,.
train the depot was crowded. Quite she began with the simplest most It cures Diarrhtt'a atid AViud Colie. It relieves 'rI'l'th.-

|a number of passengers came up from in;: Troubl fled cureS Cou'hpahon. It rt'ulatl' Iho
sours always ready never causes disappointment at the last Pensacola. practical question: Stomach and Bowels, ghing healthy And natural sleep
... moment when meals are ready to be served. Your cook "And now can any little boy tell me The CbYdrel1' auacea-Tl1e Iother's }Friend ,

will be delighted because it is so handy; you will be The very heavy rains have some- what we need most when we go fishIng -

delighted because it is the purest and most appetizing. what impeded the progress of workon ?" The answer was shouted with The Kind You Have Always Bough

L We are placing the cap label reproduced herewith on the road from here to Opp. but one voice:
I every can of our product. This is done for your protec- j who has been located "Bait!" Bears the Signature of
Mr. Danniels
I tion. Our name on the label means that it is the best
f richest and purest Ask your dealer for Pet Brand. I at Green Bay fifteen miles from A BAD COMPLEXION.

HELVETIA MILK COHDEHSmG' CO., Highland, DL here informed your correspondent today Pimples blackheads and muddy

"lM1/II& ,qf ." notwithstanding the heavy rains complexion which are so common
among boys and girls at a certain
the grades are doing fairly well. Mr.
age indicate a torpid liver. A courseof
Danniels will spend this week here HEPATICURA will cleanse the #
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assisting the civil engineers.The system regulate the bowels and liver In Use For Over 30 Years.
FRESH SAGE LEAVES. thoroughfare without a blemish so and produce a clear healthy complex
Georgia Central people are ., ., ,,,.
v"r e NT.U" e" "" n.uun e..rr 'ow. ""e
East Hill is becoming an important that the fire department, (and all others hard at work and Florala is soon to ion. Sold by all druggists. .
factor in "Greater Pensacola."
) need have nothing to do but to have two good roads, connected with

station With a and new the hose-wagon sidewalks for extended our fire I I shut while their annihilating eyes and the lay space on the between whip I I the west.east as well as the north and the I Oman's.cuits Malta-Vita, and Force, Shredded with Cream Wheat at Sol-BIS-, W. B. WRIGHT>> COfflPlH i?

out on Ninth Avenue from Gadsilen f
Gadsden street and New City. I The Jackson Lumber company people I --
to 13th will feel in near '
I The tiling used by the city in draining are moving steadily along and tl 3 IN
with "Old Pensacola.
; Stoddart lakelet across Sth avenue will be ready to ship lumber as soon -
May I be pardoned if I consider it : LUMBER LATHS
a i were several times too small, I ja'> the roads are put through. ,
my "retiring duty" to criticise the I you wonder what's the matter.
and are as useless as the hole! of I Town property is looking up and a
public doings; and call attention to I your abandoned oil well. In a few number of prospectors are seen on Your head aches you feel tired and ay SAWED CYPRESS S6INGLES. P .pt cdl l

many stiches which might bo taken I nervous have no appetite and can'tsleep.
our streets daily. Some investing,
idays after the work was done the
In time to "save nine." The trouble lies in the'stomach. PEN?ACOLA FLA
,I angry waters from several blocks others only waiting for further dev I. ,
With a little vigilance the clay It has become weak and cannot,
[formed a combine heading at Farnie opments. I
finish on Ninth Avenue might be made therefore do its, "work
properly Take
hill, 'and cashed out a dangerous I The Florala Lumber Co. is now at
equal to brick pavement in practical a dose of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters COAL AND WDOD.WE
I work their
ditch down to the pipes which has on new mill. J. T. Hughes I
utility. There are places where the .
before each mea!. It will restore the
i been impassible ever since except general manager says they will
fire clay used<< was too "pure"-need- EXPECT TO
I through the pond around, the drain. continue until the mill is completed. appetite, insure perfect digestion and SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE
ing the addition of a little chert or
sound sleep and make feel bet-
Would! it not be good policy to sell .Mrs. Dr. Miller and children came you THIS WINTER THAN EVEK fEFCRE
gravely sand to ensure a hard finish! other
ter. No Spring medicine is as
on the train last right from Texas
' those insignificant pipes, and! put in
through a rainy season. IS inch calibres with reference: to and not the doctor here and Florala good. Try a bottle. SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW
Tho wide culverts were made amp- I
extending main line from the Ninth [ will lo their future home.
a I
pie for ronn')iDS? the water throughin Thompson Olsen & G
I'I avenue boulevard toward the Carpenter I The city council tnet yesterday. HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH ?,,
a satisfactory manner but ID: I
creek bridge; and on to "Tater: Mayor \\'. C. Luichlin presiding.I
there was little attention given to I Manresa Street Tele hone
Town" and Ferry Pass? Their main business was to examine I I BITTERS f 147.
leading the blind waters to their -- -- --
I The new Chicago belt line exten- the assessor's books. Other businessof
crossing places, and in consequence I I-- ESTABLISHED 1863.
sion of the electric street railway will importance came before them but NOTICE.In ...
much of the "wild waves" have taken "
give unceasing joy to the residents we are nut in position to know what the United States District Court
the overland route cutting ruinous
I' ditches across the roadbed in some Wellsburg, who have been left out.n they did. I Northern District of Florida. In McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

i the cold until they have repentedof The public road leading west to Bankruptcy.In g
cases right along side of tho culverts! --DBALXKS- 0
I of their backward sins. Andalusia and Liberty Hill is in bad the matter of Charles 11. Bliss, ,
. : On the upper side at suitable distance
h from the sidewalk and shade)I IIf I I I understand the lines to be fixed condition almost impassible. Who is Bankrupt Pensacola, Fla. Ship Chandlery and General Hardware,

except the option of the company to in fault? Tne creditors of said bankrupt of
i trees, mere should be a scientific cutter .
made, so wide that it would be !'choose between Gadsdcn and Jackson Henry Perry has again begun placing said district are hereby notified that 80S AND 605 3. PALAFOX 8TUF.KT.

k streets.Ve hare heard the the the 21st: of 'w- AGEN"O'Y --- - -
almost 'invisible, scraping the dirt telephone po'< Says he will on day ]torch. A. D. I JII3. -

)I Sprayer: for the aadsdon street driveway now complete the work. Have about he was duly adjudged a bankrupt REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'B BOJ\H CO.1
to the elevation of the road bed.
to bo unmolested if other ; thirty-five subscribers for phones.Several i and that the first meeting of his creditors BON'S
attention given; to those little
t I matters' of common sense, it would' streets would serve as well for the| of our citizens will attend will bo held at thc office of the ,, Sum 6 rdsti alts,1(1!! iisticil; lastrcninti, Sisrii, isltn, llinOOMP188K8 !

}.., be surprising how little work would, 1'electric line. the Fifth Sunday meeting at Holt undersigned No. 11 East Government I'I I LOOS, FTC
'4.1 be found necessary in monthly repairs :j I will add. a suggestion in favor of next Sunday. 'I street in Pensacola. Fla.. on the 3d C. McKenzie Oertinsy Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent

Jackson street. The munificent hay I The health of Florala is exceedingly day of April A. D. 19'tt.) : at 11 o'clock elation
; of niudholes washouts and an .
I this view afforded by the Jackson route 'good with seven practicing physicians. -I a. m.. at which time the creditors j --
incongruities to keep Important.
I. ,|:on the crest of the Wells-burs! hill, ,' I may attend prove llu'ir claims, appoint THE GARDEN SECTION

MEAT & MALT hn a marvelous !'I would be worth 5 cents for every I Dr. Q. D. Shinn Unlvtrsalfot evangelist a trustee examine the bankrupt

dietetic value. WiiilerefrpuninjrHnd j I snapshot. eliciting an interest akin ; is! in town looking after the I and transact such other busi oOFoPensacola
: pleasant to take, it helps asMmila-1 i
N tion of food. Hold by i iDAKNHEI3SKK I ti the pascaio) around the famous! work of the church here. nes as may properly como before

BROS. "Horse Shoe llend" in the Allegheny About eighty tickets were sold Saturday toe meeting. Florida..

t i T mountains. last to tie, chantauqin.: Several E. K. NICHOLS.

Trailers would bato be used in will attend next Saturday.Mr. Referee in Bankruptcy.'RMi,1k Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

CASTOR fair weather to accommodate the: Jas. M. Martin chief train dispatcher

winter visitors who would circulate of the Yellow Hirer railroad Beautiful Lots for Sale.

,t For Intants and Children daily around this irenic beltway.TIIOS. was up! today looking after the interests I

f t ij the Kind Yea Hats Always 6ougftgutartof : :\Ic l1LL.\X. of the road. i I 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord

I' ing to location and surroundings.

11 BeanlM A' /, We will lanartpr your srrhaJq foi What's in a Name I
Iii cents eacb and maim them loot
i I View
Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful
; like I.JW't.u Laandry.SATURDAY Everything is in tho name when It ,
i P hotograaphc9, High, Dry Fertile Lands.
comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C.

DeWitt & Co., of Chicago discovered, I :!O-tJ' S. Pnlafox Street. The grandest opportunity for investment ever

some years ago how to make a salve i __ _. ___ _
B1\R< from Witch Hazel that Is a specificfor cffered in Pensacola.
?'r:1\INS I DR. F. E. BRUCE
Piles. For blind bleeding Itching
and protruding Piles eczema Rome Seekers Should See These Lots
Has returned and resumed practice.
cuts burns bruises and all skin dis-

. t MARCH 2 !, TO MARCH 27, 1903. This eases.worthless has DeWitt's counterfeits.given Salve rise has to Ask numerous no for equal.De- Office 2'J,1 Salisbury* West Government Building.Telephone St., .A. V01 u bbs

\\ltt's-the genuine. Hargia Pharmacy 14G.GOLAY Corner Garden and Bru Streets.

Remember, these goods at the prices quoted John Sheppard Sidney Kahn.FKKNC11 -. -

= =o- ".0. BRENT WM. I! KNOWLKH! W. R. HYEK, JK., J. tl! KKEHC.Pretldent. .

' \\1 below have to be seen to be appreciated. 'n EltAlr SCHEDULE Vloe-Protlddnt. Caibler. *1,1 Caiblir.
Grist and Corn i11s
Meal f
. t.'I t. Following ill tbe schedule of the

. --- {overnnient steamer General French JB. F. GOHZfiLEZ( 4 CO., Prop i, First National BankOF
Ladies' Full Bleached Vests the 40 in all Wool Extra fine Twill which THE NEWS print for the ManntactcreriUHOICE

lOc. grade ..... . . . 5c Serge 75c value at. . 49c yd jftneflt of the merchants who ship
Ladies' Full Bleache Vests the 103 Ladies Grey Walking: Skirts heir goods to the vuious army

15c. grade, at..8 1.3c good value at $1.50, our price 98c posts: | STCCK FEED. PENSACOLA. FLA.III .
Leaves renjncolft_.... _._ ... 7roa. m Patronlie Home Industry, for there I.
Ladies' Short Waist Corsets .150 Ladies' All Wool Grey Walking Lcives Hnrrrnu_........ ........_._7:5oa m I' every reason you should buy Tour Meal me

White, only.... . . . 24c Skirts Latest style at-------- 24c Leaves 1'iclirij- .?...._........"..'._...___ fa*)a. mLvavvs Stock Feed from the Home Manafaotnrei : ..ECTCJROIWU.
linrraucis H:15a. m. for by to doing you encourage borne Indus >
200 yards Embroideries Edges 50 Ladies' All Wool Etamine Walking Leaves etnteola.... ...___ ,10:15 a. m I.try. Year money U left lii the eommaalt
Arrives Barraocts 11:10 a. m. and rhea : aDd you in tarn are Indirectly benefited D. G. BRENT,
I t and Insertions. Big value, yard 5c Skirts colors grey and tan ,ashes a trip to fort Mcllee aDd then re- I in fostering the borne manafacinrer you

. ; Men's, Ladies' and Children'sfast priced at . . . . $4,49 ,arD>s to Knrrancas r.rtrranciii.t.eaTt ........... ..... 1:1:0 p. m I; It loturlbu'e tutbecommanlty to the cause In which! labor.yon You lire ow act

black and tan hose, worth Ladies White Lawn Shirt Waists L''BVt' Pick-Til! ..... .. ... .-.. ..... 1:15 p. m !I.-bleb contribute to TOuriccDort.MCIIKUIJLJ. r t tq! bn t fold:i
I 'xeuBs lVn'acoln _. ..... ... .:!!II p m. rIn u rt 3 v fl2ght u :
1 15c, cut to, pair. . . 8 1.3c embroidered front. Latest out Leaver Plckcn ._ ......?.._. 5:15 p. m ,

,s' 10 doz: Gent's Night Shirts Big I I at . . . .49c, 74c and 99c .r'.p Arrives to MaKe Purranvii and rrtarn.5:*) p. m. and maker WEEKLY Q

value at... .. . . . 49c ,, 10 doz: Boy's Laundried Colored On Weclnb-daysand ": ::1tnrdn' theboitwi'l I FOR STEAM: DIVISION lrWe draw our own Bills of Ezctange: on Great Britain i it.dsf:
10 doz. Ladies'TabCollarsthe 10c I|I Shirts at--------------------- 25c : leave Barr: :incas viii'l'ick. ; PKXSACOLA ELKCTHICTEKM1S&UAIMVAY (r
: ans for Pnniucola at 6:30. m. Germany, France Austria, Italy, Hollind, Spain, Belgium .Uafiway.Hweden '
kind at... .. .. . . . 5c'''' 10 doz Gent's Pat. Elastic Seam The Gtueralrenrh Is p.fur army I COMPANY Denmark and other European countries

10 doz: Ladies'ApliqueTabCollars, I j i Drawers at. . . . . 39c ;purposes only and auyout ider must I Baron.Trains Big leave Kayon Peuaaoola WarrIngton.for Ue NUJ LU Yar *"..1Oblfga.Uontl
rVe3selB Disbursed for Most Pavorf.ble Terms and *
25c at---------------- lOc 50 dozGent'sLaceStripe: Balbrig- Save a papa from the quartermasterc I and Fort Bsr.sncai at6:30bm.errivetFort
tike pisanirp n i HP* Barranca 1:15aa. Taken Payable at Port of egtir-atloa Ten or Fittest Dsy l
' Gent's and Ladies' Hemstitched i|I gan Shirts and Drawyers. Big '
10:00 a.m.arrive at Fort Barraccai 10:44..i after Vessel Arrives there.
f, Handkerchiefs at. .. . 8 1.3c' value at 75c suit our price 49s In Escambla County Circuit Court 1:00 p.m.arrive at Fort ttarrancai l.t&e.t
8:>MI p.m.arrive at Fort Karrancai 4:15 p i
i 22x54 inch Extra Heavy Cotton I Gent's Extra Heavy Blue Overalls State of Florida. In Chancery. :15p.m.arrl"fI a' Kort Karrancai ':(AIIIII DrSafetv Deposit Bones for Rent in Connl'cllcD
.t .. I Clyde E. Wilson, "8:00 p.m.arrive at Fort Bamne 5:45p.e with which WA have a Prlra partment for the UM
Towels at. ... ..... 8 1.3c and Jumpers with or without vs. Trams leave Fort Harraneat for Petal

1 I . . oola at of Ren terti
Ladies' Girdle Summer Corsets Aprons at .93c suit Charles Clark and Julia Clark

at ... ...._............. .... 49c 401 none Better Extra Heavy Blue his wife; Richard Clark and llMt 7:1Sa.m.m.arrive arrive at at Peniacola Peniaoola__ll:4fpr 8:00..t -

See our line of White Mercerized Overatls and Jumpers union Janey Clarlr; his wife; Smith, 2oop. m.arrive at Feo'aoola____ l:43p.tOO DR. KING'S PEOFE33IOJTAL CARDS.
Clark. Louis Harris and Rosa $: p m arrive at Pemaoola_ 6:46 f t
Waisting nothing newer out at made warranted fast colors 510 p. m.arrive ieQiaoola _. ':ilill. . '
Harris, his wife
; Fannie Mart -- -
.... .. 25c and not to at . T:46 p.m.artiveitPenneola- ep0o.1 TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR
... .. ... .. .15 and yd rip $1.98 tin., Martha Dixon Isaiah Dixon atDrda"only W. C. ROWE M. D.
10 pcs Mercerized Madras Ginghams I Ladies 4 Strap patent Colt's Skin Rosa Daniels and Cap real FOB will BATS.Peaiaoola ,

at..............19c. the yd I Sandals, the latest creation and Daniels, her husband; Agnes to Port Barranoaiand rstorn tofensacoi THAT COLD. Office; 17X 8. Patd"l.
Simmons and Hiram Simmons to Navy Yard and return_ KIPeaiacola TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. II
100 pieces figured Lawns and Dim- 'I the same you pay $2.25. Our her husband. to Palmetto Beach and rttcra Ui Hoar from 8 to/::*> a. m. and 1 toe P-

ities, new patterns ilt....5e the yd I price. .. ... .. . . .. $1.49 On Monday the 4th day of May, A. SUNDAY tCHBDUDB. Cures ConsumptionCoughs, and after o'clock

25 pieces Madras Ginghams new Ladies' Oxfords Sandals and Colonials D. l&'XJ the defendants Louis Harris open When eoacbei.weather permlti the rnnnlag i Colds, Bronchitis:!, Asthma, !I Phone 00.I .

stripes and checks at......... 9c ,I in all the latest shapes and Rosa Harris are required to appear -! Lean Peniaeol Lv Fort Barraam PneurtioniaHayFevcrPleu-
to the bill filed against them I ..m. loam.
40 in all Wool Cheviot Serge 75c I plain and patent tips at i It a.m. it m. risy LaGrippe Hoarseness '
herein. JOHN S. BEARD
.... ..... 1! I p. m. S p.m. ,
grade at. ... 49c yd .75c 99c $1.25 and $1.50 the pair This order to he published once I p. m 1 p.m. Sore Throat Croup and

each week for four consecutive weeksin I Ip.ta p.m I ATTOR'iEY-AT-LAR'.
4 p.m Whooping Cou h.
the Daily News a newspaper published 5 p. m. 1 pm. OfflcefaJ Thiesen Buildl'i-
REm:Ilber! tte Pltc1' in said Escambia County.A. 4 P.x& f p.ai* NO CUR;:. HO PAY. I .
F. E. BRA N E R M.Clerk Ic Circuit I1LL.\X Court., I ABB Barrmeii.0. 8CWATj'ennac'ato Airy Price 50c. and S 1. TRISL BOTTLES FREE Office Hours-8:30 a. m. to I Pr1

By B. H. BURTON. D. C. *a'd Md return,__,__.__ a 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. m.
Ptniaer'a to Falmttto Beaab and Cleaning ladies skirts and waist Practice la all slate and federal coor'.t.
ic5 S. PaWox St. Pensacola, Fla., March ISth 1903. I rfl'lnL_ __ uSofright 'a one of on specialties Star Laun All ba.lne t entrnitw to mlt will rec .fI
:\11 S.4w. .1.ldaher.:1I. s. dry. prompt and diligent attention.M .

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--- BISCUIT PROTECTED.The Anheuser-Busch ::11 i

United States Circuit Court De

The Spirit of America cides That an Imitation of the In- mlf1tr; j

er-Seal Trade Mark Designis
IJ f1 f1of
Unlawful. }
is exemplified in America's food this Association : }
greatest product-, The strongest evidence of the -t1J1 h

i evergrowing tendency toward purer shown by the following .'
,, Uneeda BiscuitA food is the protection now being af vt !

fe food for and brain workers- forded by the Courts to those who table of sales: t3ai t :
are devoting their efforts to the im

almost all nutriment. A food for busy people- provement of the things we eat. Thisis tNt' t'
I especially manifest by the decision 8,000 Barrels sold in 1865. j ih]f r. t+

i quickly bought and convenient.The just Cnited rendered States by Circuit Judge Court Hazel,, of in the favor 18,000 Barrels sold in 1870. t f f nJil 1ft: '


most skillful baking in the world- who of sought the National protection Biscuit against Compaq an, 131,035 Barrels sold in 1880. : ; 11j G

money cannot buy better, yet sold at a popular price-50. infringement of their In-er-seal trade 702,075 Barrels sold in 1890. i;-Ill :q ,j
: ,
mark design, so well known to all
A for their food value and
economy. 939,768 Barrels sold in 1900.'k
lovers of biscuit, crackers and wa : q!

''a A luxury in their goodness and cleanliness. fers. j ,
1,109,315 Barrels sold in 1902. f
Judge Hazel's decision is broad u l j ,

:: Always packed in the In-er-seal Package and clear, and of great importanceto i t,

the public at large. He says in Largest Breweryin the World. ; L t
i which preserves the goodness of part: The proofs show that the Na- J

banal Biscuit Co. manufactures.' Order promptly tilled by I'( .'t %

y rious kinds of bakery productswhich ALFRED MOOG Wholesale Dealer Pensacola t1.' 1:'::

Uneeda Biscuit they place .upon the market in special -
and distinct nedrnnm fuitalim.The .
cartoons packaes. -

.or L'pon cartoon the Is end applied of each the trade-package best and Duality appropriate of clu-oscc-loth curtains makespretty for Ilelles-i& {t fio Co ill p uy rm. i it

Mtlniotns. It comes hi soft tones of ,
mark, printed upon a square label i grvon rose and 't'lIoas well as WHOLESALE ASU RETAIL :t :It _
JI. 'Si or seal clipped at the corners with white, and w i'ht's1'11.. The 'chit.f .'
t GROCERS.Headquarters ff# I
.% 'r 'titan white lines upon a vivid red lx':tuty of chM..eotli] lies in the graceful : ;, ::
amt pliable quality of its folds.UuTy t
background. That the complainant's "
---- ----- -- ----- ------ 1\
trademark and manner of displayingsame breath of air t-tlrs and gins it for :1'i :..:
PHYSICAL PERFECTION L W. PEAKE A Remarkable Case. a change of line Another fabric+hich .
attracts the public attention
if the liver Is out of or- nay be used for urtalns! is called cider and "I'M
One of the most remarkable cases of cannot Le successfully disputed. AndIt Fancy Staple Groceries. '
., cloth. It has a Imwc uc.U which ml :
; vt liver is possible if No. 30 South Palafox street keeps a cold, deep-seated on the lungs, is manifest that the defendant deliberately ,
mils a treat deal of light. Unfortunately ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE.. ;Ii., .
r ', m? the right kind of a : call bells, wires and all kinds of causing pneumonia is that of firs and fraudulently, imitates it is apt to lade but it Is so iii- FANCY GOODS.'t :' jt'

j. .. '. IICPATICURA is the I electrical supplies. Have him do Gertrude Fenncr, Marion, Ind., who the trademark of the complainant, e[ xpt'iislre tLat it can be frequently! re] WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS ;(, \ i.i
of liver tonic. Itft ill ?;,
: a was entirely cured by the use of one l1ew
work. Call phone 203.
and in that
your manner designs to palm FOR WEST FLORIDA FOR THE K ii J.t!
. )ur liver to your entire sat. Minute Cough Cure. She "The ----- fr
: ; j says: off his goods for those of the com eti.adds 1. CELEBRATED .Hi'!i f
.... It will provide excellent coughing and straining so weakened anewdefight : t
C.ASTOn.r.A.. plainant. Cafe du Mode Coffee, Sweet Homo tilC i ... ;
excellent circulation and {
. me that I run down In weight from
I eetr >. Kind You Haia Ateys} &CI Judge Hazel further orders that Molasses, Illini and Climax Flour, :Iti t' "'
-,'-f "* health. 148 to 92 pounds. I tried a numberof
the defendant be from im J i
BIp.tue a:; Y#+ # enjoined Baylels Delicatessen, f-
)!r. J. C., who does not wish hs! fI remedies to no avail urtil I used hating or simulating the In-er-seal mto can Food Company's \ 'J:,

UE:" p l 1ished, says: I cannot re- -- One :Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles trademark of the National Biscuit Etc., Etc. GermanAmer'I.fjf y '..

Gala: from extending to you voluntr..y of this wonderful remedy cured Company.The { "II t. 1' .

:: my sincerest recommendation me entirely of the cough, strengthen. importance of this decision is ;lJ
, "' > medicine and sell and restored to 'LBEtl reeaigdforooeetanl .tt.treeen
- you prepare ed my lungs me my better .
understood in the light of the dih rie .lnflaniraition '1 '
:err the name of IIEPATICURA k normal weigat, health and strength. Oownued irritation or ulceratlon 'ieogauatma
John Sheppard.Sid- fact that millions of people depend of mucous nwrnbrkDM. Zt : i
Hargis Pharmacy The Beer .
. of its superior qualities fr Mto<* f r rl< is-on UC PimleM and not utrin ; r'
ney Kahn. solely upon the In-er-scal trademarkas .. HEEVUSCNEMIUICO. I
gent or poitonoui. +
t, a toner of the general system. i} a guide in buying biscuit, crack. CIMCINMtnO Sold by DroftUU.or y;j! r !
>:: using HCPATICURA. althoughi C.&4 bat lo plmm wrapper, -.
ITS and wafers. Its appearance onIl.e That Made bjr eiprriw, prrpaid, faf t\' ; .
o always been agreat sufferer SCHEDULE AND PASSENGER o.ANNU (I 00.iirSbottlflt27J. i J,
ends a package is being recog- Circular icut on rnetwe6 :: ,r i }
onstipatlon and colds, 1 have 'M "
finely relieved from both of i RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS sized as an assurance that the con. H... .t,,1., "\
D I SS R r AM U t
tents arc perfectly fresh, clean and l\Ji'
meats, and I venture to say t .i"t'
I holesome.
w ;
-I 1 to the former, it has no '4 LINE HARDBRICK ,. I
Et :
; ave used only two bottles d -ISVICTORIA- t i
The Stomach is the Man.A '
; ?
'?' ':UCURA so far, yet I find The Pensacola St Andrews and .tt .
; weight( of 140 pounds hasd I Gulf f Steamship Company has fixed weak stomach weakenes the man, i \ 'It,
; nearly 10 pounds. the following schedule and rates to because it cannot transform the food !
apply between Ponsacola and the he eats into nourishment. Health
in recommendi
points : :
i to any one desir- and strength cannot be retsored to if : !

best constituiad. SCHEDULE. any sick man or woman without BEST 10-CENT BOTTLE BEEn ;
> Sold by all Artistic Shoemaker, I Steamer Tarpon will leave Pensa first restoring[ health and strength to IN TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. ... 'I, ;'i I t, : .

FINE WOUK A SPECIALTY cola every Tuesday night at 8:30 the stomach. A weak stomach can. ,
o'clock after the arrival of the Mobile not digest enough food to feed the BROS ,
CILaTOIYA.. Phone Xo.2:;. 9 North Palafox St train and the P. & A. accommodation tissues and revive the tired and run ALTOS ON HAND ; i >>.i1.i1HALF
t"j You Haw Always Bug! train. This will enable a down limbs and organs of the body. AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED :
barailifir'l ---- ---- person to leave Mobile at o p. m.,
Kodol Cure cleanses
% # make close Dyspepsia purifies I I. I Harper Wey. A s
: connection at Pensacolaand 'W"-
sweetens and strengthens the
xx 4.I
reach: St. Andrews the next ..* ... .;! ,, ::
NEW SCHEDULE.OF glands and membranes of the stom ,t ,
morning at 7 o'clock.I'ASSEXGKU,
r.SEND YOUR ORDERS ach, and cures indigestion dyspepsia
UATF.S. and all stomach troubles. Har Main House-101 8. Palafox street. -TO
[ t'Plrl & ]Dolive'for! carpenter or John Sid
gis Pharmacy, Sheppard,
,, The passenger rate from Pensacolawill R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot
work. a
.i I [r,1 Repair: ney Kahn. ONE
P. O. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. I
To St. Andrews and St. Andrews

J. N. RO( EKS, Manager. p'ints-G; round trip $10. Mrs. N. Bowers will have her open- Phones 1162E8.1udgin's t ': ... .
\' wi'it a irrtod prams: tuner to To Apalachicola and Carrabelle- t.
Leave Freeport Monday; and 350 round $15. ing of new Spring Millinery, Tuesday,
; trip 'I
hold :
1'-a" still
- : you Get Our Prices i '
Thursday mornings. fares include flrst-ciass ?
'I.. "- "ill.'r. :-enditin. I have Arrive at Pensacola Monday and cabin stateroom and ineals. Wednesday and Thursday, March 24, tile Best pr 5c. i-e .

: i .\" i--' "Xpfrience and have Thursday nicht.Lfave Furtherinformationcan secured 25 and 26. ..,.. .... ..... ... ..._ t'} "-4" "
w, '-. l i I': ..vital piuirt factories. Peiuacola! Tuesday and by applying( at the company's offices -j r:
,,1 .- ,, f> r" J.\hu;un's book store Friday: night. in the Thiesen building. CHOICESTOF tI
'1'.:. .::' i..ltrt.! Arrive at 'reeport Wednesday 44
and C A.S T O Ti X A..
Saturday morningI

PEARL'Cms.V.,I at&the DOLIVE.corner PBESSLKV.of Gar- CARPENTRY AND ELECTRICAL WORK ,Bean!tI.J.tu.thOPEBAHOUSE' ChU. -.1--Nsia ttidals BULr fRUIiS ADD D-CijNHCIW- [RlAT Capacity 50.000. tDaily. 1. J f.J1J'I

1 '. 1.\ .' iz atrfft* for carppn- "',
'al workor phone 6ft u. m m UM[ R ;
( Rinjr up Pearl & Dolive, phone 660, \, :

Hot French Waffles with I if you work have you any want carpenter well done.or electrical I C. APOSTLE'S, f e nnan Briek i Co., }w ,

Florida at ,
Cane Syrup J. :31.: CCi:, )Ialla l'r.
Silomou's.foley's 14 East Government>i< St., Pine Barren, Fla. ',; ,;
l' + ; MAR 30 formerly Cordova ReatanrantBtanfl: ,
: Honey Tar MONDAY e
Ole: car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 W'NNNrmr' ''I '
coiprevents pneumonia '
:; HARPERIDELIftHKUlBEYEBAflE to $2.00 per dozen. ;,
-THE- da

lij IJDG ) DIRKCTOHY To all parts of the country.The L e .. tea, WM. H. WEST J. N. ANDREWS, \\m: ,, v 1;

0* Headquarters [for 0* ,' 1
-BIO- j
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Southern Express Company 'dM1'd !

receives and forwards freight, SEWING MACHINES. '1 ''
rtn.altlla l L Mlife, No. 8, K. of P. I ftINSrnEh JUBILEE) 1' ., ;
money, and valuables of all descriptions

j meeteevery lag at7:80: at Monday Castle even rail, I to jvll parts of the country, REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT I R RB TA URAl T r. l'J
11 the Bionnt--Watson ,
f. Mgr. F
\ KalM'.ng.third Boor. with connections for Canada, :Mexico 13 South Palafox Street. : :

f' t'lmilnK brethren cordially Havana, Cuba, European points, '
.'; welcomed "eta ----- - --- --- .
J. A, Li l.R.: etc. ti ..,.wrtie,... I -+ REFINED MINSTRELSY. SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. -
K.R.. 8. The Southern Express Company By virtue of a decree of foreclosure ,

operates on 30,000 miles of first- ...PERFECTLY PRESENTED... rendered by the Hon. 1J. Iteeves! DAILY MENUS ( i K.i ?'
Judge of the Circuit Court of Ebcam- I :
D.uii lade No. 13 class routes and in connection with mil
big County State of Florida, in the
Il:."' "nHv r\rntag; at ip: >, at SEE THE BIO PARADE. Comprise all the Up-to- i j
of LOUISA DOLMAN against C.
/. TIU r 1'nlatOK Hall (iardea the Adams Express Company, on Date Dishes the Mar '
-I i Ini tht.ronUwllylnvtted.! \V. Pfeiffer et al., 1 will on Monday ?
PRICES 50, 75s; and $1.00.
J..\a.11 fKT Jous-w, through way-bills, with through the Gth day of April A. D. 1903 sell kets of the World !i>A\l
>v ,
.\ C. C. Beats on sale Friday at noon.
'; A ><. cars and through messengers, per- at public auction for cash before the Affopd. ;
forms a unified service, constitutingthe A SAFE STIMULANT door of the court house in the city of (t
-r Matinee and Night, 01 Pensacola at 12 o'clock1.. the following t't'f.

Cute, "'i,, l,., lzc.; Suo 30. Ji:. ofP largest system of the kind in A GOOD MEDICINE); TUESDAY, MAR. o described property, to-wit: y ,J.
11}"''t! .N I loiUKo, +Knlghtt ol the world tf, *!$?*'* .
> 111"1. tarry Tliurkdav rvea Orders sold ftt all For Sale byDannheisser estate known as lot No. Two (2) in 4) t;
'. n.k, In tti 'lr tatle Hall,onm Money are
: THE SEASON'S SUCCESS Block "O", containing thirty (30) feet at _
''t :t-a'et unDnddingbuuthI' Dining Parlor.
of the Southern >
agencies Express
\ .t.ifox and (iird> a streets. Bros. three (3) Inches front on Palafoi I
'. .:,iti: srr cordially. welcomed.H. Company at reasonable hours. Receipt I An Elaborate Production of the i Street by eighty (80) feet in depth, y
ALLMOV Beautiful Comedy Drama, said depth fronting the alley betweenthe e
C. t:. refunded -
is and is
11: aad s given money Old Market Lot and said lot Two

if order is lost. ,--y (2) as more fully appears on plan Regular Dinner Daily.Short e.r

I. O. O. F. This is the cheapest way to send J. E B. O IG G i CO. Sweet Clover. drawn plan adopted by Theodore by Board Moreno of Aldermanof and said t

small remittances by mail or other With \"enatueCharaeterComedlaD, said City of Pensacola on the 24th Orders Promptly .
Vn-.acoia wise. day of July A. D. 1866. This being :
'." Lodge No. 4 MR. OTIS. B. THAYER the same property purchased by Pat Filled Night or Day.H'it'i } .
? '.' -; -v 1'h or dl\V evening at 7.W at t: r *
in the City of Pensacola
,. rick Maloney
1'. : Is w.t'lntt'Dd..ncla street dBulldecst
"';:' : 'fora. cordially Invited, Agent, Pensacola, Fla. Contractors an SUPPORTED Bt as per deed recorded in the Clerk's -
I.JOHANM, Y. C. of said of Escambla. Something Good: to Ell ; +
\I s... Branch Offices: Office t 3
:>' 'S. Secretary.K. ,
MISS ESTELLE CARTER Together with the tenements, hered yon you'll find K at ,
J. B. Roberts, Depot Store. PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND t.} .
itaments and appurtenances thereunto ,
OF L. Jas. Hansen, Cor. Alcaniz: and ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT And the Original Company belonging or appertaining, the tJ y Nick Apostle! ] i t t.i ;t(..,

Gadsden.J. SHORT NOTICE. J< J* A Play that will Linger Lovingly In the whole free from all exemption and 3 ?

t..'n'al .Yt .eiubljr 10.1385.L' E. Williams, Cor. DeVilliers and Memory of 1'Iav-Goeu. right of homestead.: Popular Restaurant a
First-Class Work Guaranteed Matinee Prices-25 and 50c. Deed at cost of purchaser.GEO. .
m Monday In each month Jackson. References Furnished. Night Prices-25, GO, 75o and $1.00. P. WEXTWORTH, .
A:. VI'.1'.11.THUP, Sol Cahn, Cor. Palafoi and Intern Reserved Beats on sale Haturday Special Master In Chancery. 'f
Secretary. dencia. I I I tor Matinee and Night. t S-._ Ml Haw iw oaw. ; I

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free people and fails to furnish any win. It is true that the adoptionof Oldest and Largest j

form of speech by which the nght a conservative platform with the Sarsaparilla

of a citizen to work when he pleases, trusts and the tariff as the main Issues West Florida.

for whom he pleases and on what wouia make no appeal to soma AyersDECISION I We put the best in it. You (ESTABLISHEDKnooiles jaGG

Entered at the Post Office at Pen terms he pleases can be success of the populists who insist upon re- get the best out of it. And ,

Meo1a, Fla., second class matter. fully denied. The common sense of adopting several of the weak planksin
the doctors
of our people, as well as, the com- the platforms of 1896 and 1900.
OFFICE-Pitts BuIlding 211 /iftmtb Bros.INSURANCE
Palafox street, np-atairs. mon law forbids that this right But the loss from that; source wouldbe

should be assailed with impunity. more than compensated for by the

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO/ It Is vain to say that the man who gain from the republican party of JUDGE REEVES TOEXCHANGE*

Terms: Invariably In Advance. remains to work while others ceaseto many intelligent voters who are OF CIRCUITS.

One Year by maU.$5 00 work or takes the place of one ready and willing to get out of it if -

Six Months .. .. ... .. ... 2 60 who has abandoned his work helpsto they only had a safe place to turn.Sas Judge Lucius J. Reeves will exchange
One week by. carrier, payable Monday lOWER COURTIS circuits on April 6 with Judge AND
.1 .. .. 10 defeat the aspirations of men who the Post:
.. .... .. Palmer of the Third Judicial Circuit.
seek to obtain better recompense for "Let the party be freed from pop-
Advertising Rate Furnished on Ap their labor and better conditions of ulism and all that the term implies, Judge Palmer will preside over the REAL EST
plication. counties of Escambia, Holmes, Wal : A T30U
Hie. Approval of the object of a and the conservative democrats, who
ton and Washington, while Judge
TELEPHONE NO 118.FBI8AOOLA strike or persuasion that its purposeis have more than their pro rata of
Reeves will preside over the countiesof South Palar
high; and noMe cannot sanctionan brains, capital, business capacityand vstrret
Madison, Suwanee, Columbia
attempt to destroy the right of other elements of strength IN THE CASE OF FLORIDA Mc-
> : and Lafayette. The will Phone 22.
\.iN.aIT exchange PExscouFiJ
in this Let the cut
others to a different opinion would return. party GUIRE VS. PENSACOLA CITY
be for weeks.
respect or to Interfere with their loose from vagaries and discredited eight
MARCH 25, 1903 conduct in choosing to work upon policies; let it show that it has been I

". _. what terms and upon what time and instructed in the costly school of Trajfedy Averted. GEXEIlALAmiNTS
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The United States won't raise the for whom it may please them so to experience; in other words, let it be A telegram has been received from "Just In the nick of time our lit

Maine. Cuba won't let Spain raise do. what the opposition party ought al New Orlans conveying the information -. tle boy was saved" writes Mrs. W. TheEquitablel

her, and Cuba can't raise her, so This all seems too plain for argu ways to be and it cannot fail to that the opinion of the United Watkins, of Pleasant City, Ohio.

there are. ment. Common sense and common gain large accessions from the republican States district court Judge Swayne, "Pneumonia had played sad havoc

you law alike denounce the conduct of side of the line." presiding, in .the case of Florida McGuire with him and a terrible cough set Life Assurance Society

They admit over in New Orleans those who interfere with this funds. As a matter of fact the represen- vs. Pensacola City Company, in besides. Doctors treated him,

that the river is pretty high but mental right of the citizen. The as tative d-irocrats have already realized has been affirmed by the court of appeals i but he grew worse every day. At Of the United State

4 sertion of the trite and and judgment rendered for the length we tried Dr. King's New Dis
? claim that there have been a lot of right seems that the party can gain nothingby I1EN11Y B. HYIir Fmnjet.
lies told about it. blessed where the maxims of liberty catering in any way to the popu- defendants.This I I covery for Consumption, and our dar

are commonplaces. list vote, which is weaker now thanit has been one of the most bitterly ling was saved. He's now sound and '"Strongest in the World

Indiana known the and contested cases in the history of well." Everybody ought to know,
Only the other day an What is iKiuularly as has been for years, apparently
woman found a nickle in an egs?. boycott (a word of evil omen and growing weaker still. Anything the state and has occupied the attention ;\ Colds it's the and only all sure Lung cure diseases.for Coughs Guar, Ladies are cordially invited ta i. I

Now don't that prove what we have unhappy origin) is a form of coercion leaning to populism is as 'repugnantto of the different courts for the anteed by W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 S. spect my Spring .Pattern flats, !
always contended that there is by which a combination of real democrats as it is to repub last twenty-eight years. The many i Palafox street. Price 50c and fl.OO. '
Tuesday, Wednesday, and
money in poultry many persons seek to work their licans. For the democratic party to decisions having been uniformly in Trial bottles free. Thursday,

will upon a single person, or upon a have a fair show in the fight there I favor of the Pensacola City Company, I March 24, 25 and 26. Mrs N. Bowei,

It turns out now that the reason few persons, by compelling othersto must not only be unity of effort in i I the defendants; Florida McGuire one Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat Biscuits on South Palafox street.

those Kansas fellows are making'I abstain from social or beneficial ,the party itself, but it must stand of ,he heirs of Paula Riras, being the. and Force with Cream at Soloman's. I

such a kick about the heroes some business:: intercourse with such person upon a platform in which the real plaintiff. NOW IS THE TIME TO FURNISH
of the states propose to give a placein This successful issue for the Pensa- YOUR DINING ROOM
or persr is. Carried to the ex- issue between democracy and republicanism lOUR WARRNGTON AGENCY. AND MAR.
the Hall of rame is all on accoantof tent sometimes practiced in aid of is so clearly drawn cola City Company is largely due to ,I STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU

the fact that Kansas has no hero, a strike, and as was in some instances that many opponents of the trusts the able conduct of the case by Mess. I..I The NEWS ; on sale by Mrs. M. WANT IN SIDEBOARDS, CHINA j

except it be John Brown. Who practiced in connection with and nigh tariff win are now allied lilount & Blount and ""m. Fisher, of Keefe at V/arrinnton! who Is authorized CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS.

j wouldn't kick? the late anthracite strike, it is a with the republican party will\ recognize this city. The plaintiff was repre- : to receive and receipt for any sub '- ----- -

cruel weapon of aggression, and the fact that they are in sented by Mr. E. T. Davis of this city'+ scriptions. Residents of the reservation Millinery opening of Spring fashions .
W. J. Bryan is only 43 of 1 I.
:years its use immoral and antisocial.To principle democrats and will, there and one or two lawyers of New Or may now be supplied with copiesof Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
He is in vigorous health and
age. the several hours after the
say this is not to deny the fore, join the cause. leans. paper March 24, 25 and 26, at Mrs. N, Bow
r' there is little reason to doubt but issue leaves the press.
l legal right of any man or any set of Says the Atlanta Constitution: ers, on South Palafox street.
that he would prove capable of
men voluntarily to refrain from social "Everything favors the democratic CREWS WERE RALSTON PURINA DEMONSTRATION. -
leading the democracy through six
intercourse or business relations party this time-except the democratic PAID OFF TODAY. .
more spectacular campaigns. He CREX AMERICAN GRASS CAR'
with any persons whom he or party itself. The republican
the week of
then would still be some years Every day during PETS AND LINOLEUM, FINEST
they, with or without good reason, party has debauched itself in class The crews of the battleships now
than Grover Cleveland is March 23rd:: Miss J. E. Rogers will
t 9t e BOW.younger dislike. This may sometimes be unchristian legislation and reckless extra m- in port were paid off today. It required demonstrate and talk interestinglyabout THING ON EARTH FOR YOU

41J but is not illegal. Cut gance. Under its fostering influence in the neighborhood of one rtALSsTON PURINA CEREALSand HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE.

I' The best use that can be made of when it is a concerted purpose of giant trusts have taken possessionof hundred thousand dollars to pay PURINA HEALTH FLOUR. A RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTON t

any surplus money in the state a number of persons not only to abstain the country-and are running it these men a large number of whom RALSTOX BANK WILL BE GIVEN QUINA.

themselves from such intercourse to suit themselves. The people are were enjoying liberty this evening.The ,
debt. >
t ji treasury is to pay the state FREE with every purchase of two
ti What sense is there in continuing* but to render the life of their aroused. Naturally the conservative packages of RALSTOX CEREALS.The CREW. NOTIJI';....
- - -
,r; to pay G per cent interest on $6ortH)0 ,- victim miserable by persuading and thought of the country will turnto Old Camperhas ladies are requested to call ? N ilTHKtb..eaplaln.'n.I% N \

H ( in state bonds when the state intimidating others so to refrain I the democracy-if it only knows for forty-fire years had one article early and often. | nor cnniiignpei of tl a.sa .
JASk Men UGH. Prop. Hicilla will be rcupois.u)
f! has the money to pay with and can such purpose is a malicious one, and where to find it. B-u it cannot and in his supply-Borden's Eagle j I 1 for debts contracted bj ttt
I Phone 105;;, New Orleans Grocery Co. crew 01 said vessel.
.in take up the bonds. If it is desired the concerted atempt to accomplishit it will not turn to two or three dif Brand Condensed Milk. It gives to March 235t. vCuduanx;

., jft to have a bonded debt issue now is a conspiracy at common law. 1 fereiu kinds of democracy. It will! soldiers, sailors, hunters, carpentersand II I I II Gulf Transit Consignee Co., t' a

bonds at a lower rate of intertest.Of and merits and should receive the not trust the affairs of the government miners a daily comfort, "like the ,I Mrs. N. Bowers will have her open- 'I

punishment due to such a crime. to a pirty.divided against!;: it old home." Delicious in coffee, tea ing of new Spring Millinery, Tuesday Fort Harrancas, Fla.. M;

tJ' all the public questions demanding The practice which we are condemning self." and chocolate. I Wednesday and Thursday, March 24, will 13n.L--Sealed he received proposals until II in a

careful consideration by the would l be outside of the 25 and 26 . .. '. 2i II, I'ju.::, for constructin-'
people of this state, the question of I pale; of civilized war. In civilized TO CCKK A COLI) IS OSK DAY Try The News, 10 cents per week, bachelor officers' quarter

J taxation is of most vital c\'crrwbrr'I) warfare women and children and Take Laxative P.romo Quinine Tablets delivered. I Malta-Vita. Shredded Wheat Biscuits gun shi'il. Fort Barranca l

It is up for discussion the defenseless are safe from attack, This signature; jfffl A on very I and Force with Cream at Sol- reserves! right to reject nor
11 box: Hoc. tJ'J"L7See 1 L Malta-Vita, Shreaded Wheat Bis oman's. [ all proposals or all} ;p
I and always has been, for it concernseverybody. : anti a code of honor controls thetarties Information fiirnis-hed
cuits, and Force with Cream at Sol- I
It is not so much the to such warfare which cries
( roniaining|lrtlI': '
Hudgins new style of label. oman's. Try The News' WANT COLUMN.
t1 ; amount of taxes 1 levied, but the out against the boycott we have in be marked "Proixisals- > <
Icon Public '
I ; fairness with which they are levied view. ('rllanll\ cowardly are I terms ----- I Buildings: a
I':. COLK. Q. M.
that should engage the serious not too severe by which to characterize Men 2'J-24-25-2: : ; : ti, Apr i't'WHY

thought and attention of every in. it.WHAT.
citizen. And the underlying
'iff! "telligent principle should be that thu property THE PARTY NEEDS. NOT THE BEST ? 1'-3

. and wealth of the community (Birmingham News.) I. -

should pay the taxes. Not only that. The Washington Post of recent
i bail sensible editorial THE ldERG ANTS
but there should be no exceptions. date aery

; tf All property should be taxed olieai : entitled "Get Together," in which it
endorses a statement made by the Pure Beer
;. : and only once. TRANSFER CO.
, r.I Atlanta Constitution to the effect I I

,'I I f BASE BALL. that everything favored the democratic I _
Having been awarded the contractfor
r .f,): Yes this:: is the joyous springTime party for the fortheomiag is HealthfulBarley carrying the C.: S. Mail: betvn' 'n
the season when the gay and presidential race: except the democratic the L. & N, Depot and hM Ollice.\
} and al-o the exclusive bHKKW [.TI VI
: festive Poet breaks Vmo: the period party itself. Says the Post:
all the
loge on trains entering dry
Jn our existence when patent medicine "It is a question of great momentnot we are prepared to transfer b IKK.Wand :
advertisements have ursiiped merely to the democracy, but tothl' in it for food; Hops'fora tonic? passengers to and from all >
e J eternal tell residences and trains, day r

_ the position in the of honor newspapers and conspicuousness and all- strife country sh.ill be whether eternal the or shall be !' just enough.Alcohol ((3 }2 percent) to. night.

nature is getting! more or less gay. E'nletbt't'or it accomplishes the be a help to; digestion. There' are no I Prompt & Reliable Service Gnarantftl

0a, '' All this activity heralds the rapid alter wreck and ruin of the party.Tenacious We also conduct a Freight I)> iv-

approach of the baseball season, of life as that organization ; :. germs in pure beer; in sweet Ipry'I Huinesa-haul piano uM,
I 'when the unrelenting umpire hall has: shown itself to be, it will be machinery and furniture at Kfa- ,

}: "play bull' anJ the rooters' tempting fate if it continues to pre drinks there are 'myriads. able Prices.
Bay ; I Telephone your orders tf> IPou's R
r voice shall l><> heard in the: lan>l. The sent a ragged! front and keeps up ; Livery Htablps, Phone
of baseball its acrimonious assaults till the PurebeerJsJVstrengthgiver. -: Mrs H. H. HdllinarkV
l i question: now is, what sort presidential I Iteet,

11' are \\o to have in Pensacola? campaign is at hand. A re. I essential the Phone 354.MERCHANTS.
to ;
iv: That there: will be. plenty of ball organization is the imperative necessity I i TRANS FERCO..
i weak .
b playing of the usual amateur sort am' duty. The country needs a helpfuLtoIanybody.
'i need not be doubted, but there is strong, safe opposition party, a par I 0 0 I MRS.H.H.HALLMAIIK: P,

!: a strong: demand for something bet ty able! to put up a hopeful campaign HARRY HALLMARK, Transfer ,\#

11 ter. IVnsnrola is setting to be big; for supremacy and able: to make a L.A S, It. It. Co.,i:amt P.A A

1; enough and oU enough to have a patriotic. wholesome] use of vic Schlitz Beer I _

first-class base ball park and a crack tory." Hot Chocolate with

team of players. We have had a It is undoubtedly true that thereare .' I Whipped Cream, at Solo

I sufficient amount <.t scrub ball, now thousands of intelligent conser ; I mon'8.I .

i lets have some: of the genuine sport.; vativebusiness men in various parts IS ,Pure I

of tie country who do not want to ,

j! THE FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT. support the republican ticket and STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
.JJ. (New York World.) platform but who do not know whereto We" brew beer inTabsolute cleanliness -

The most pertinent, forceful and go, unless the democrats get together
valuable passage in the report of thePresident's on a soMci.! businesslike! basisto ;' cool it.in filtered air; in plate- Between Prniiacola and MiltonB'I..1
Commission is Harm Daily Kxcrpt: huml'J
Strike throw their united strength '

that treating of the right of everyman against the trusts and an exorbitnat glass rooms.. 'Then"we-filter it.Ve: I "CITY OF TAMPA.

to work on terms and conditions tariff. Moreover, there are many who I.
sterilize bottle after it is sealed. ,T Milton .. 6:3n am Lv"eDo.cola".IpS
eatisfactory to himself, free hate heretofore supported the republican every i'eDloaColaVtllam Ar Milton IApll

from fear or interference. This is party, and who, discouraged We use the finest materials that money''can Fare
r the essence of human freedom- over the absence of any prospectsfor .

"the right to labor and enjoy the relief from the growing power buy. We age it so long that it can. .

fruits of one's labor," as Lincoln and defiant policies of the trusts, JEWELER IN HIS

expressed it. On this point the would be willing to ally themselveswith not cause biliousness} Schlitz beer is

N Commission says: the democrats if they would NEW STANDI
'good-good ( :
't "The right to remain at work cease their party wranglings and oryouAsk.foc.the.,

where others have ceased to work. factional differences and go; in toN -

L or to engage newin work whichothers brewery bottling:
have moved Jewelry J store to
h:1ahmdon"l., is part of Gripe PainOr
120 South Palafox, formerly occupied
the porsnr.?.! liberty of a citizen that
by Bi>8 &; Co. and am n \'iF
an never be surrendered and everyJnfrinsmrnt discomfort, no irritation of the intestines -I
thereof merits and -but gentle,jTOcipt,thorough I better prepared than ever to iti"
h<:lithul cleansing, when you take I mreatbargainsindiamonisWat' .es,
fhcull' receive the stern den-ulc-
jewelry, etc. Call and see me sad
meat of the law. Ii Oti"s Pills
t l_ BEAR & CO. Wholesale! Agents for Pensacola. let me convince you. .
Our: language Is the language of a Suld by &U drcjgiits. :!5 cents I J. J. tHEPHE 8.

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BACKACHE W. President; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; (

.Thinks at Least One TravelingMan. *. J. FOSHEE,Vlce-Pre.ident; JOHN PFEIFFER, Ass't Cashier. u

JEWS JOTES 1 1liss ..
I i I would as soon think of startingout

without my mileage books and

grip as to start out on a trip withouta PENSACOLA, FLA. ; 4;
Lola Harris is visiting her 44' 4i-
box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets 1
friends in Mobile. in my valise, said a traveling man Designated Depository of the United States. t y

There be who represents a St Louis hardware. Condensed Statement at the close of basinet March 20, 1903. t '
will a meeting of the city i
house. Why? Because I have toi RESOURCES.
tonight. LIABILITIES. Ii B{ .

\ put up at all kinds of hotels and Loans and Discounts..... .. .... .. .... .. ... $375,037.62 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ......... .... 200000.00
Mrs. W. W. Weekly returned from boarding houses. I have to eat good, Demand Loans...... ...... .. .... ...... .... 8320300 Surplus. .... .... ...... .... ....,...... .. .... 20,000.00 ;
OTerdrafts..... .... ...... .............. ....
Mobile last night after a visit of several bad and indifferent food at all hoursof 2,35293 Undivided Profits....... ...... .... .... .... 609.39
** U. 8. Bonds and Premiums... ...... ...... 213,806.87 Circulation...... ......... ..... .... .... ... 125,000.00
days to friends. the day and night and I don't believe Stocks, securities ......... ...... ...... $
etc. 2625.00 Dividends Unpaid,...... ...... ........... .. 51.00 'Ft
any man's stomach sill stand Furniture and Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 6,718.48 Deposits .................. ....... ..... ...... 621,346.81 4
=. JBaekaehe Mrs. Thomas Holliwell and Miss that sort of thing without protest, Cash and Exchange..... .................. 283,16630 ;p I Irt
Cora Petterson of Mobile are the
anyway I know mine won't. It has T
guests of Mrs. A. E. McDavid.
to have something to break the fall Total..... .... .... .......... ...... ...... $966,910.20 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... .. .... .... $966,910.20- !

I The minstrel troupe of the battle- and Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give i f s' ''

ship Iowa will give a performance at the crutch I fall back on. your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. 14

the opera house Friday night., :My friends often "josh" me aboutit 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Is a forerunner and tell me I'm an easy mark for patent

,,ne of the lllot I'ommou symptonH Conductor Joe McVoy Jr., has been medicine fakers, that advertised t 1JJ'

of kidney trouble and promoted to assistant to Mr. Simmsof medicines are humbugs, etc., but I

numb displacement. I the Pensacola Electric and Terminal notice that they are nearly always f
,r tr
railway.No complaining of their aches and t sKa. tR
READ pains and poor digestion, while I can
s time ago I was in a very more poor eyesight by wrong
stand most any old kind of fare and $
wa emulation, my work made mene'r glasses. Consult Theo. Bellamore refracting t
.x ami my back ached frightfully feel good and ready for my work
optician, permanently located
1' time, and I had terrible head- when it needs me, and I believe I "f
in our city. Old Armory building.
a I v -" ether pot: a battle of Lydia owe my good digestion and sound t $@Q mUllID@ ll
C.: "I'iiiI klia m's Vegetable (;om. I Captain Jacob Kryger, who has been health to the daily, regular use of o eI

|HiiinI >r nie, and it seemed ton confined to his room for the past : Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, year in
my back and help mo at !II three weeks with the grip is better i and year out, and all the "joshing"in
I aid not so tired as
ti : get I
I c atina'.l to take it, and it and was out today for the first Urn*. the world will never convince me I tt I. 4 )
I I to the contrary.I ,
!IF iijaith and strength to me,
i at to thank you for the i The 20th Century Restaurant will used to have heartburn about t

was dune me."-Miss KATE I furnish the spread for the smoker to three times a day and a headache ___ __ __ I '
:v, H.'nil i>t. & Wales Ave, I be the chief officersof
by petty
\ : ('itv$5000fwfeitiforiginaofr : about three or four times a week ---- --- {s j.
'g ysnMieiiiii taniiut tie", odUCtli. the fleet at the Armory Friday and after standing for this for four or .

l.j.li.i E. Pinkliam's Vegetable night five years I began to look around fora B. H. FAIRCHILD, CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, DO YOU KNOW tV\tV'f\ : 1 tr;('

crutch and found it when doctor UPHOLSTERER 1
('Mtn,; nand! CHITS because it is Peter Stagno, a clerk at Hall[ .& my So 30 South Palafox street, for your BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. have I1:1: \;' "' 'i J t'
the jrrr.itoot known remedy for Klien's will leave tomorrow morning told me the best investment I 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. "
; electrical work. He is prepared to a large stock of dressed studding J. "
could make would be a fifty cent
kMiH'j and \\oiub troubles. for Genoa. Italy, to visit his mother.Mr. '?"_'o/Jt Work and Refinishing furniture aSperialtf. t
box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, do you a first-class job at moderate and joist" Get their prices beforebuying. ;
JI:\cry woman who is puzzledalmiit Stasno has been in this country .
and 1 have invested about fifty centsa prices. Phone 203. I dl6-lm .f' ll
her condition should write for tie past ten years. Photo 4138. t 1:1"I't"
month for them ever since and :
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Mr riiikham at L.nDUa I ,
tu ; Twelve cases, two continued sentence when I stop to think that that is u ; '
tell her all.LOCAL Santos to order. 1'In'I'l' -
and suspended in three, one turned what I spend every day for cigars, .i..G.; w. & co" G. w. & coi ,-- : .
--==--- -- Rolf Nor bk Torgensen, 1170, Cette
over to the county authorities and I feel like shaking hands with myselffor r J lIJJ itJi, t

FORECAST. fines amounting to $.,3, was the recordof I can Keep my stomach and digestion to Master.

tonUlit: -and Thursday; freshto the police court this morning.Dr. cents a in month.first-class I don't order care for for fifty any Thomas master, Ital bk, Lauro, S09, Naplesto 4 GREEN, WATSON & CO. k t: t :; i'j

northeast winds. Bunnemeyer, local weather observer Schooners. t !
better life insurance.My ; H ; '
announces that the storm signal tells the Dona Christina, Am sch. 1C3: Axe ;} t
druggist me they are
THOMAS SAMUEL We have just received a Large Shipment .
display station at St. Andrews has most popular of all stomach medicines son, Coatzacoalcos to order. : ;

WANTS A DIVORCE.mas been discontinued on account of the and that they have maintained Mabel Darling, Dr sch, Sweeting, c of Beautiful White Wastings, :I 'fljtt
unsatisfactory mode of communication and because Dunmore Town to master

!uvorce Samuel from his has wife entered, Ella Sarait suit- : with that place.J. they their do popularity as advertised.success They bring I I Governor Blake Br sch, -, Grand 20 to 40c yard.The Jd : H 'f'-

is represented by C. II. Alt : E. Concannon who has been the results, and results are what countin Cayman, to Jno. A. Merritt _& Co i Fabric are Lighter the Styles are Better than we have t> :, 1' ,,'

i' this for a patent medicine as much as in *.* Shown Before. jMTALK ':
he suit city
was filed yesterday quartermaster's agent in SOUFRIERE THROWING OUT ;..R, .
,Irk of the circuit court. the past three years yesterday received selling barb wire.A MORE MATTER THAN EVER. '

notice of his transfer from his 0 ABOUT SHOES.-0( / :k. .

CHAP .;ED WITH present post to the quartermaster'soffice leter from Dr. G. Goldstein the Kingston, Island of St. Vincent, t .
ILLICIT DISTILLING. I at Fort Barrancas. famous optician states that he will Sunday, March 22, C:30: p. m.-The ( : WE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE SALE OF THE FAMOUS,1 J.'i : :

arrive in the city on the 27th and remain eruption of the Soufriere continues. j I h 1't I SHOES FOR MEN, MADE BY HATHAWAY, SOULE ( \ r t t, II .

charged with illicit The state association of congregational -'I I for a short time only. The Volcano has been cannonading all I I.I. & HARRINGTON, AND HAVE A COMPLETE ASSORTt:: t,( iRd ,
churches and ministers hold WITH O&O- J I '
'ton county, was I Dr. Goldstein has many friends day and the quantity of ejects is ap- MENT. THIS, CONNECTION OUR ; t
yesterday by Pop- their annual meeting this year at'f'sh'ille I hereho will read of his return with artmly I I greater than at the time of o THY DODD'S" FOU LADIES, MAKES OUR SHOE 0 ;oj :-

; Marshal NVatts.imination : \\ March 2!tt I to :3D.: The llev.V. pleasure. m2Hf cither of the previous outbursts but o STOCK THE STRONGEST IN THE OITV. 0 r 1

\ anti was \ I:. Todd of Key West a popular ,I it 1 '
stormy winds are driving the clouds c3
1 iiny jail in default 1 preacher' of more than local reputation northward. There has been a heavy We have Just Received J' : '1:
lectures there on the :28th.!
pal uetore: the next Maritime. fall of stones and black sand in the
',. 'd States court.A i northern districts, which caused a A FULL LINE OF
The county commisisoners will
mpet in special session tonight for the --- few casualties. The inhabitants are 6 SHIRTS HOSIERY NECKWEAR UNDERWEAR 1:

purpose of receipting for the $:!IIttlU numn:* southward in great excitement ,

-. check which arrived here Mondayfront Ir ss North Sea for Hollinger and Uarbadoes reports that darkness ( Suppo you Inspect our Gents' Furni
i'ttfor all reading notices of the state board of health, and Grangcninutb.::; spread over that island at 11 < Startling: Value we Carry will Gratify: You. V'. f fi
"s ffvis.: plays suppers, balls, Cleared. .:
o'clock in the morning. The obscurity I iJ"
which is now held by Dr. Simpson, I ''I'
C 1'" i-> c :cut'onary or any other Nor bk Aihokat Sohiander Madsenby ; '
k -f tftainpients given by i, member of the board from this coun- Fr. J. Schreyer for Port Elizabeth, was accompanied by a fall of red 2 t* GREEN, WATSON & CO. c$ ;N 1 i .'it a.

c' ..', -,. 'ociet>es, ledges or indi- ty. with ::uOuO' sft lumber 4'jOooo\ sft dust. t rI. 'i1 (
'ms "" G. W. & CO w. & co y...... F. J.s..
,, QX.G.
f- '
11 admission is charge sawn timber, valued at 17,49113. sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's .ft I
.. Humors feed on humors-the poon- 1 ( I
':"- dise or other things Ittil bk Madona di I'ompei. Sturla, Swamp-Root, the great kidney: liver ,
rid of them the better- t i' t:
MB will be a charge of 5 er you get by H. ISaars & Co. for Marseilles, with and bladder remedy, are being distributed '. :
Hood's Sarsaparilla is the medicine ** Js:
co c f"r first insertion and Zy2! Ko.fioo t;; sft lumber, 386(1(11sft( \ sawn here from house, free. haveyou j > 't.

iU a for subsequent insertions. to take. timber, valued at $7.2: !>!>.r,0.: : received one? -
Ji,; .J!
"' and resolutions of rev -
: me under this same rul- VESSELS IN PORT.Steamships. 'I .f'.
.ztudng's; life Best for 5c. 2I44'r l !

Panama 'anal ('ompany'ts $11J \, ::1 ; j:) .
will relieve "
AS-AlI.TED: \ 'I.OUO. Piso's Cure cure your cough 1 11-
HIM .. ....
'olomhia gets $10OOU.Mii Ger ss Ganna 1003 Berg Havanato soreness of the lungs and help .,> .#
canal. $135.nOvuOO. \V. Wittich & Co. difficult breathing.
\. 11
colonel! was fined Total I cost to the United States Durango, Span ss, Quintana, 2297:! rr ,' f"

New Haven to Sutherland-Innes Co Try The News' WANT COLUMN. ) t ; ; '
Bon Bons and Chocolates.
: mallet at John Jaok- Distance: from ocean to ocean, 4tmiles. > Firth of Forth, Br ss, 1383:: ::, Brady, <:! ii

"d Providence to H. Baars & Co ,Ir .
Millinery opening of Spring fash- I'Ulti: DELICIOUS: !: : fE
,. place in a South Time of passage through canal 12 Ital ss Italia, 1811, Caldrone Norfolk
ions, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
I aloon and hours. to Gulf Transit Co. & W. A. D'ALEMBERTE
was ocir &'
March 24, 25, and 26, at Mrs. N. Bowers Wj.
refusing to settle Steamer from New York to San Nith. Br ss, Sturenhen, 14S9, ;

uiok' : for a card gamo.K Francisco, around the Horn, ':11 tIays.h'an1'r Kingston to Rix M. Robinson I on South Palafox street. Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St. ? .

.. | the goods becaiisn Irem :Now York to San Viiina, Span ss, Ruiz, 19S3, Santiago -- -- --

had been torn. Francisco, through canal :2n! : days to Gulf Transit Co i J 1

S acing of time around Horn ,:SS'i:: Secunda Ger ss Correlsen. 1309; ,

\\ :' ;Mng--Overtime.- days. Castries, St Lucia toV.. L. Wittich DR. ]. H. MOCK f tl

i\\s aro Ignored by Through strait, 21'i: days. & Co. ,

little .orkers-Dr. Estimated number uf merchant Irmard Horn Ger ss, Moller, D38

i '0 Pills. Millions are vessels passing through canal each St George, to II. 'Baars & Co 1

tv, night and day. cur- I year. 7t<"nl.<> Ships. 0 U R. 8) DENTIST. G yp;
',. Biliousness. Const! investmetit ... ..
Profit to United States on Carana Ital ship.CosIa, 14SS, Cape 'S'nt
1 ulachc and all stomd -,
l10wel troubles. Easy, t! per cent I Town to H. Baars & Co. -- II ;1

sure. Only 25c;; at W. I ships from Orient: to Europe save4illlll I Kings County, Br ship, 20C1, Salter, EASTER EGG 28% 9. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building. ft.11\,
i's drug store, 121: S.has niiU" Rio Janeiro to order

r. Does away with necessity of maintaining I Am ship Kennebeck, 193G.:: Lane, CROWN AND B. IGVORK A SPECIALTY.PKXSACOLA llI lil t

H two sqnadfl'ns-\tlantic and Boston to John A. Merritt & Co. .
a new label for the FLA.Laxative tli7
k' Pacific. Indus, Ital ship, Oneta, 1111 Marseilles .DVES. <'1
: cigar on the market. . .. .. .,"J.:':. ,'l-J i
to Rososco Bros. '! : ,
MATT I Mrs. N. Bowers will have'her opening Oddere Nor ship Sars, 1360: Durban Rromo QuinineCure \ t'l ': '(
FROM 50 TO 1250. SIXTY I of new Spring Millinery, Tuesday, to F. O. Howe & Co '- ? J oaeverybox. : tt i i'n
CAvs a'.I! *a CoM b One Day, Cr m 2 Days 250
SATED rREE FELT TRIAL MATTRESSES.ON OUR LAMI-TRY Wednesday, Thursday, March 24, 25 Saga, Nor ship, Hana 1224, Montevideo _On n __ "'" = ,# 14

C\E, and 26. to master .
& QUINA. -
Barks. G. NERI. A. C. BINKLEY desires his friends 't f ;t7t

---- Advokat Schiander, Nor bk, Mad- All the Best. No trouble to use. and the public to know that! l be has.

.t VKaS sen,-, 'Algoa Bay to order Give beautiful effect.. .Delight the -- -- Moved to Room 508, Thiesea build- .I'. ,
Aviemore, Nor bk Hansen, 1043, little ones log, where hi will continue as heretofore F
Ice Cream Parlors a general law pracU"e.I 'rt.
i LENTEN SPECIALTIES .JC' Rio Janeiro to order 5cWORTH5cwill { t.

T -AT- Ital bK AnSellina, 803, :Maniace: :Marseilles : Dye all you want, and produce 115; S. Palafox Street' I Hot French WaffleB With'- :

to II. Baars & Co. hundreds of shades. -- Florida Cane Syrup at '

.SOL CAHN & CO'S. Carlo P, Ital bk Boffe, 1673, Mon Too, we have Easter Cards, Easter NEWLY Solomon's. "
.. ..
tevideo to order Booklets Bibles, Prayer Books and REFITTED AND FURNISHED. --- -- -------- lei

Gregoria. Ital bk, Olivari 847, Ten- many Easter Novelties. Drop in. E. W. PEAKE
All' Kinds of Creams, Ices, Glaces ,
\ Pl.'i \ -1.1) )I.ICKEItEIGREE\ TlItTLIIE. r enft to order Electrical contractor and

7, i'\o\r: K..S (.'OIlFl'5I1, SOKr-v-HKLLCUARi, : Lady Tenrhyn, Xor bk, Andersen, Fruits and Cakes. will do your electrical work builder In first-, i x,.' '
.Ill ":n (011" 1..11. ri,,H UOK J. M. GOE ;
y (
773 Savannah to order PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIESOR class style and at reasonable rates I I
\ \ 1\tIl'Tll: nuTEi. xirrEUKO IIfHIU'iG.:
Madonna de Pompeii, Ital STATIONER PARTI E3.Maillaird's He can be found at 30 mouth Palafox }
t\- Sturle, 791, Havana to H. Baars & street Phone 203.
Ad: : Every thing Generally Kept in a First-Class Grocery. PHONE 1J78. Street Candies a Specialty. I t
Co. 203 South Palafox z
$ Mary A. Troop, Br bk, 1118, \Valley, PEXSACOLA, Fla. PHONE 602. } ndgic's, flit %esf f pt QC.
r iQ rv

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i.KODOII. Go to bed Fresh la fresh Clothlm clothing*. every The Cause of Many

RHEUMATISM AMUSEMENTS. night Never think of allowing your- Sudden

W 4I simtr lelf, to sloep in the clothing worn during Death .

u Y..!II. the tIly-not a stitch of It. Take .I There is a disease prsva. ,.

'; 2sasaSgsssa everything off. Put on night: detains country most dangerous tea:

CANNOT BE RUBBED OUTBut West's Minstrels. that has been thoroughly aired. I '1 tve"deal'

e There is only one minstrel organization When you get ui In the morning I
WeaKHearts i!
in America that presents to rate off everything again. This Is theme \i11, '1e -:!

a good liniment or plaster will often give the public each season an entirelynew :[ to take a cold liath very quickly If: -it

temporary relief because it produces counter with vigorous: rubbing. If for any reason 111 C1 I 7k
and most elaborate scenic
irritation or reduces the inflammation and sore first you d:> not take the cold bath rub ., I .

; ness. But no sort of external treatment can have part magnificent new costuming, and your skin all over thoroughly with a : i II [ k: ,

J any effect whatever upon the disease itself, for absolutely new surroundings throughout rough toweL Don't be afraid of being I '' :.

Rheumatism /. not a Mn dbo&o,but and that one is the Vm. H. West Are due to Indigestion. Ninetynineof naked a little while. .... #='" ;', :j

is due to an over acid condition of the blood, and Big Minstrel Jubilee unquestionablythe everyone hundred people who have There Is no better tonic for the skin ; t /

the deposit of irritating matter or Uric Acid most popular and greatest heart trouble can remember when it than nakedness. Take off everything.Give ytii. L.
pro- themselves
salts or sediment in the muscles and joints, and ducing minstrels in existence. It is was simple Indigestion. It Is a scientific yourself a little 'iacd massage. kidneys cell by eel!. breakaway c. J ._..:;.:..
I -a- of faet that all cases of heart disease Exercise the muscles. Rob skin
amount dislodge your
rubbing blistering can Bladder
no troubles
most !"'
_ ,_ 'I only necessary to mention the comingof not organic, are not only traceable with a coarse towel, anything so as a :I'r-'i
these gritty particles or change the acid blood. but the direct result of a derangement cf the kid "., '
_ this to. are
great to the I
Rheumatism often becomes chronic,and the mus- company cause indigestion. All food taken into the to spend! a little time naked. Then obtained quickest by a p. ]

ties and joints permanently stiff and useless and utmost interest among all lovers of Stomach which fails of perfect digestion put on fresh clothing. the kidneys. If you are frcan '

I : ,.' the nervous system almost wrecked, because so music song and comedy. ferments and swells the stomach, People who wear the same clothes: make no mistake by ta. ,':s i

much time is lost in trying to cure blood disease puffing It up against the heart. This every night and day get themselves bladder Swamp-Root, the great K. .J ..:j

-- _ with outside applications or doctoring the skin. Sweet Clover.In Interferes with the action of the heart surrounded by an atmosphere of their It remedy.

Rheumatism must be treated the second act of the beautiful and in the course of time that delicate own bodily emanations that Is very corrects in inability. to hj: .,fMICKE .
ing pain passing it, .
Lonlrrllle Ky.,JUrch 87, '02.Gentlemen but vital organ becomes diseased. unhealthy. Neither faith ai : n
through the blood and no remedy comedy drama 'Sweet, Clover, which cures nor unpleasant necessity cf i

brings such prompt and lasting relief B. S.S. hat cured:-! am me clad of Bheumatlim.to say that will be soon presented in this city, one drug cures nre of a particle of use to go often daring the dab: ;

as S. S. S. It attacks the disease in About two years agrol suffered from is taken away from the rural atmosphere KodolDigests dirty people. Cleanliness is the first times during the night. T' _..
the blood neutralizes the acids, and Law of health. It this law be broken extraordinary effect of S'
Rheumatism in knee and fet
my of the play for time, to the
realized it stands
the hdsrfal .
it will
all be't'ry little use to trany .
removes irritating or poisonous my ankles swelling BO that I could What You Eat ,
handsome interior cf a magnificentcity remcdy.-EIchangc. cures. cf the m-:i .
substances from the system. not put on my shoei. This continued .
S. S. S. strengthens and enriches for several months, during which mansion. where some rich pic' Mrs Lorlne Nichols of Penn Yan. N.Y. Swamp-Root: : is plearty V.
writes: After eating my focd would distressme Collect Muetaclice.Every all! druggists in Ut\. ;
the thin acid blood, :and as it circutime I was applying liniments and turesque ,and gorgeous costumes are by making my heart palpitate and I wauld: I of siisi bottles. You may V
!lates through the body, the corroding, going ty my physician's directions, : worn by the ladies of the company. become very ueilc. Firjlly I got a tattle: of year the upper men I have a sample bottle cf'r -.,
but derived no benefit. I was told Kodol and it cave me Immediate relief. After Syracuse university adopt some scheme: <
gnawing poisons and acid deposits This few bottles I cured. this wonderful : '.
fact will be better understood using a am I new ,3'
of S. S. S. and tried it. I immediately that will distinguish them from the '
V ,
are dislodged and washed out (If tbr Kodol covsry and a book tit: d
cures indigestion, dyspepsia .:
ht'n .
got relief, and continued the \\ it is known that the occasionfor : | lower class men. Last year it was corduroy --
muscles and and the suffe and all stomach disorders and [ tslb all!! about it, b:th .
medicine until I entirely well.happily .
was this display is in the presentation trousors. This year over bit students -
is relieved from the disco 2108 Floyd St. D. J. DUANE. I the heart a full, free and untrammeled I sent free ty mail.Air
forts and misery of Rheumatism.External I of some historical and allegorical action. of :Syracuse university have Bujfhanton, N. Y. V.rsair.j V

remedies are all right so far as they go, but they don't go far ableau. Bottles ony! $tOO Size holding! 2'4 times eijrncd! the follow!; agreement: ",re. this; generous cllsi V
the trial size,which sells for SOc the underMjnicd. do hereby agree: to let
enough, and you can't depend upon them to do the work of a blood purifier,
mustaches from date miles
and those who pin their kith to liniments and plasters as cures are boundto Ilovr to Make Almond Brittle. our grow Don't make ,
any nni> V
? this promise is dissolved by mutual
meet with disappointment, and will Boil a pound of soft sugar witb half I I member the name. .-'w. -
class will be
consent. Only men
be nursing a case of Rheumatism the i pint of water till it is brittle. This'may E.C.DeWitt upper Dr. Kilmer's: Kwarnp K" I
4 Co. allowed the hirsute it has &
lip as always
greater part of their lives. be decided by throwing some I ChicagoJohn address, Bicghamton. N \ :t
S. S. S. is a purely vegetable remedy, small drops into very cold water. If it I been against college custom for lower every bottle.

does not contain any Potash or mineralof hardens at once, stir in quickly an I class men to wear mustaches

any kind, and can be taken with ounce and a halt of split blanched I Sheppard, Hargis' Pharmacy

_ safety by old and :young. almonds two ounces of butter and a Sidney Kahn.

Rheumatic sufferers who write us about their case will receive valuable squeeze of lemon juice. Boil till again

aid and helpful advice from our physicians, for which no charge is made. brittle, then pour on to an oiled slab Haw to Take Oat Ink Stains. & CO.

j We will mail free our special book on Rheumatism which is the result of or dish. Ink stains can be removed from white

years of practical experience in treating this disease. It contains in a linen by oxalic acid chlorinated sodaor
condensed form much information about Rheumatism. lemon and salt. The material should Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter

More Riots. then lie laid in the ,
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, OA. sun and wet from ,

- -- --- --- -- .- Disturbances of strikers are not time to time with lemon juice and

II ENGLAND'S COAST LINE. i I I The Trmple. of Jupiter., I nearly as grave as an individual disorder washed In warm water. The application No. & South Palafox Street.

-.-- The Orw>k Arclinvilouieal society has! of the system. Overwork, loss should be repeated! necessary. All Kinds of Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Han

Tbra)' It HUH Been Uatlrrrd Back decided to restore; the hone temple of or sleep nervous tension will be followed 'TELEPHONE! 135 -. .NfiiArlOl.A. KI..

!,> lie I'ouuilinK !-a. Jupiter at :oi"I\It'iI. situated near the by utter collapse, unless a reliable How to Make Lemon Batter.Take .
Tin- variation of tV line of tin- English haunt of the famous Neuiean lion. the two pounds: of granulated sugar, -

cuiist is attracting f"iw att-ntiou skying ofhiih formed oue of the remedy Is immdiately employ- three cups) : of water, three well beaten

jut !i"'if, Laving lura brought to general feats of Hercules. The edifice was overthrown ed. There's nothing so efficient to egg-5 two tablespoonfuls] of butter, two SAMUEL CHARLES

n itii-c liy a iii-w survey. Since: th;- lij' a !-Hiice,,sion of earthquakes, cure: disorders of the Liver or Kidneys titli'siooitfiil. of cornstarch juice and I ,

a't: ht iilhi.il In"')'1'. t.vUII.irttin', tuiil OIlY! thni UiuiJS are now staiul- as Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful I rind nt two lemons. Heat sugar; eggs, I t

y-.ir- .'_'". li.i' i rooNi of huid ulKorp- In;:. Hut I I.e f.ilU-u shafts that lie tonic and effective nervine butter and corustarcli t.ntil creamy, l HDQT AND SHOE MAKER

ti I. -. .-oiiiUiUitl witlniutL...'ik at an.uiul the -niie' :ire so little injurM and the greatest all around medicine I I then add lemon juice anti grated rind ,

the I" ':t' of ;il i h.it a thnuiau-1 aml ,'r tluit it is Mieveil it wiil !I.... jiossilile tore for run down systems. It dispels and the iK.iliugater.. Cook until REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

t anifai! r\v wUi-n due deduction is I I 'ree t them anl the fallen entablature Nervousness, Rheumatism and Miiooth and clear. Then use as a sauceor I b ujJ Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes, Leather & Finding.PIIO.NK .
u.idr for riil.iin.itiiin.It I without nuifh dillkulty! Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs. for tarts or layer cakes.Lonilnkey'i .
or eitienso '
Only 50c and satisfaction guaranteed 61. 007 SOl'Ill P.u-\t'OX HTKKKT.:
I n on the 4't-li'rn lutonil that Ilritaiu's ai.il without liu\inn'; recourse to Opinion.
by W. A. D'Alemberte druggist,

3j. extini; .,. I IliMins; IVll>,'-tullt' and around the temple' has: been cleared of been the good of the game with

;'t4 I)ov r have, it is truo, to tight hard to the litter of fragments that now iueuinher I the American league, but it is always J. E. DUBUISSON %{ BROTHER

1.1'1'11 it kick. but their cflVt-: :*e fairly it the <:Sivek government in- extermination and self interest with I ,

tuutstful :it ull (','('I1t.:. ,,'11111'1'10tI.pr"; tCilto hl'gin'n tiull'! on the spot TAPEWORMS the X\tion\II"flgu So long as we deliver ':OKXEU T"llitAGOSAD! IST. sn"SCI.bYHI'HT8,

Is no Fteiaiiiinx tln assiult; on the Suffolk and hopes to make valuable discover- the goods to the public It will be
Dealers in
Norfolk ami Yorkshire short's. I-s. with I

;, iMiriiifr comparatively) modern times u"A Choice and
t$ Staple Family Groceries
u2 se\cril: ono" thriving towns bate vanished The riilonaro Hoard of Trade. Night Alarm. .
as ctmipK'tt'ly a,; that romantic The Ch l't-u lioard: of trade is the "A tape worm eighteen feel long at
east came on the scene after my taking two Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too to
Worse than enumerate
an alarm of fire at many ,
i Lind of Lyot.iu'sse, which in the days of mn:
2lh J"lnrlhllr knit Cornwall to what are like Iwxlies which furnish an or- bad akin health* Cascarrts.for the the past only three cathartic years. worthy I am till of night Is the brassy cough, of croup Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given u* During can the

now theSfiiiy isK'S. I Cnnization for the grain business cf notice by eensiblo poP'e." which sounds like the children's Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Part of the City.
Hut tluv 'c'L is sometimes forced to North America. GEO. W UOVLIS, Baird, Hl&a.Pleasant. .
knell, and it means death unless COUNTRY ORDERS: WILL RECEIVE
retreat in in turn in Uiu-oln.sliirc, The l"nitl'lIah's: pI'fHlul'I'Illast year CAREFUL ATTENTION.

;1'; ( y tn.irsh. I;; it not a matter of mal priHluetion of eorn is :!4!.- ).
: history th.it :i l>:ini>l h licet once :iil'dV of oats and other coarse grains instant relief, and quickly cures the I

f :slit up to ,\)11'10..1) | >rc and played sad nearly: I, .. value of all I I much exceedim .
oc tli'n-!! after the! usual Imuish ; $I.UIO.IXNI.
TIAD! MASS .toisino dier of Mannlngton. Ky., writes:
lj liner? New Komney t'MI.till; rinks (""I. :'\ill principal( western markets i
'V "Jly three year old girl had a severe
mie of lh orinilltl I CilnUe 1 Jw'rt;;. all.KHUli received in I'.KII' over -Jim.tHhM) bushels A. 1\I..A
of wheat and I case of croup; the doctor said shecould very
4 the I.i I I itoiii' g of! links and corn, and the wlientexports
V, two miies .,f laud now iuienene b.... from the I'nited :States alone Palatable. Potent. Taite Good ToGiii.d. I j not live. I got a bottle of Policy's ,
:\ever-icten. Weaken.or GrlpeIOc, ::;.c,1I\.c.
twecn it aid the sad 1I.'aI"'S.. I ittV :,- in that year were I'T'MMMVxM, ) bu-.hels. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... I Honey and Tar; the first dose (SUCCESSOR TO AVERY % WOOLFOLK)

::1 ge'ii'}!* !point is also advancing 1'rain-e-: Without th> s''\"l'ral I exelianses, manu; iIrrli.5 Bf. l7 loapint,riilcifO".....01,5..,.... 913 gave quick relief and saved her life." V IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

;r1 wird at the rate of eii.lit feet I..r aaiitim I \.-liich that ut Cliieajrii is by far the Sold anrtc'inrantcpdty allclrnggists I I I Refuse substitutes. W. A. D'AlemI'

I :1"j the: water i.s so shallow! oil OII.t: important, this trade would be 110 TO BAC to ItJ1t.I'obILCCO llablL berte, 121 S. Palafox street I HARDWARE.

I ; luitli MiiiM as to facilitates>tematicr : ,):;.-\\ lll'.Ij'IIC la Century.Mouiru I I : !


lit 1.1 sjilto of these and other littlegains "' 3iIIrN.At I I Iron, Nails. Axes. 8liovr, H'i w Mill and Hteamboat

:V:3V tli. hsilanee of loss is greatlyasiiitM YoUohama wuws of women are On Kaster Monday, April 10, the Hupplies, Cooking and Heating StnviM Paint, Oils

,4 tiie l.n.d the area if t\hkh in kept by most of the native boardinghouse N 'lLG>>T : [ i third annual Egg Hunt for the children Window Ula :I. Guns i-toU an1 Fi
I r.nebnil ali>tu> lias shrunk by uvt-r masters in readiness to ship on will bt held in St. Katharine's j' Agate and Tinware ann II'>u < iurnisIiiiii; (lootl .

-11)l'l. UI'fI.'S since lti.fllcr ". any tramp coasting steamer that maybe Rectory grounds Cervantes and Davis: : LrAGENH FOR BIRMINGHAM
I III want of hands. They do not go streets, East Hill, at 4 o'clock in the ROLLING MILL COMPANY-
SEWINGMACHINE I afternoon. A prize is to be given to I Revere Giant Htitched Belting Northampton Emery
TIu'n but for all the other work of a
it.iIn1n.p the children finding the Golden Egg, Wheel Co., L ftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kilsomine. -
A ii; '! ?t ::r".ttlllh' in the medical world and trimming. they are said to be excellent. Do not he deceived by those who n.lv'rti"c The ladies are preparing to make this j Coups & Co.'u Raw Hide Lace Leather ,Masury's

.tb! fisowhere has jn>t IM-CII uncle liy Ir. lu their spire time on shore they fre- a $//jO.II) K-\\in Machine for Egg Hunt more than usually enjoyable. -j Made Railroad Colors.
f t.t(H). This kind of a macblue (-:IU
I L. lU''5trci''> \>f 3IMljll:: t1:.' capital ofAiitloquis. qu-'iitly I take on a i-nallns contract at I An admision fee of twentyfivecents :Masonic
lie Inmsrht: from us or fill V of our Temple $3 Pensacola Fla.
_ j; in the republic of Colombia, which! laborious occupation strange : dealers froI11l.00: to H8.00. will be charged for each person

?i1; :, Southmerira.. though it mna'y smu they are rather which will include refreshments and ------- --- ,
ii.. has sucifssftiliy! demotistratetl superior than Interior to men. Indeed participation In the hunt.

.t that tli" husk! of the foffee l>ean is of until quite recently the world's record THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. M23-U1IA 13. TIME TABLE.

V (V. treat utility in the treatment of se\eral for coaling; an Ironclad was held by a The Fw di-tennines the strength or

1iI! diseases and tl'at in cases of malaria san.j of Japanese "sl'a WOll1ell." all of wI'uklll'NJ of K'\i'ing MiN-Lines. The

It hits suet-mlcd where iutniiie had whom were of small stature and under Double Feed iiunliiiiMi with other LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-

failtd.l tweLty-obe years of iure. stroiig l'lint lIIak:4 the \esffouic IN EFFECT IJECEMBEK I. 1901
I the Lost fck-wiug) iluchine to buy. Chris Thiesen -
>r. let rep"; f.r AFTER LA GRIPPE-. WHAT? I New Orleans and Mobile.
lit the
showing dir- ,
i made \\jib forty-live :.:ramIf crushed f CIRCUlARO
HIuIul[ [e r f. rent Myles of
t coffee in the htivk and! about fourteen Unusually a hacking cough and a i-'witmg; M.iclinpiwe CORNERINTEHDENCIA
general feeling of manufacture prict before urcuunmg NO.. No.. So!. No.I. Nol No I.
fluid! iiUiitrs of water. This was Ixtiled) weakness often 1lfia Itlllm 11:06 LeaY8Pen..colaArrtn
p 6ooa .:OOp :(IA) t
for lire minutes strained; and taken in eadin? to fatal results after the patient AND BAYLEN STS. 8:60 a 2:27p l:01a Leave_ Flomalon Leave !:!L'ia l:!IOp 7A ,
THE HEW( HOME SEWING MACHINE CO. 11:00 a 4:22: p 2Ma Lesve_ Mobile __ Leave U:8to't
is llfiu 6.00
one day in six doses.Vith supposed to ha"ellass'd thelander .., ;
--" 5Tp: 7J a Leave ..N.''II'' OrIUD8_ Leave HiUU
: _
ORANGE. MASS. One Block West of Palafox. p a .
\ this medicine he point. Foley's Honey and :
successfullytreate 2S Union Sq.X.Y.,Chicago,III.,Atlanta Oa.
Tar is guaranted to cure the 'grippecough"
l live of whom tlJrl'1'suft"rl..1 North.
< patients St.LouU.Mo., Dol1tn.<,Tcx.San Krancltco,Cal
and make you strong and KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OFPUREST
rc'-pectivtly from intermittent
well. It never fails to a coughIf
ti, V malarial fever, rliroute malarial fever stop No.2. I No. I,
V taken in time. Take subsii No. I
no No. I.
.;J 1 and pernicious fever and\ two suffered 11:05 pm 12:16 pm Leave Pen acola .Arrive .:00 pm fiw 111I
C lutes. NTALM1DThese I 6:15am 8:57 pm ArrlTe.. Montgomery _Lene 11:15am
from enteric colic or chronic dysenteryof 11:59 am 8JIjpm Arrive_ Birminghaui ..Leve iipn
[ 8:88am '
ri I U LIQUORS :I4plll
malarial origin. 7:00pm $:iOa m ArrITeN.lhvllleLene _,__ _
V Hot Rolls, at 51>. m.. lOc tiny Capsules !.resupcnoi4to I; .m 1113 a m Arrive ..Loa1tv1ile _Leave ':16pm t.ttllll
V 7:20: a m 11:6Ya m Arrive _Cincinnati .,.heavp
lli1sam of 8:00
m 11:16 III
Him in slake Murk Cherry Pie. a doz., at Solomon's.Lumber. I, Tam Ialpm ArrIT8.HtJoOII."LeIlVI, 4l5prnNnp p \ p III
Take one cup of raisins seeded and intl Injectmc:13. NDY I'I'bebt --

('hoPI".Iw ('ill tf cranberries, chop- They cure in 48 hours the FOR V PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCrION.

1'1'11; one > of sucar, cue of water 4, 't&Ii 1sew 1th&dI in} inoTiViii :: -,
euj cup No. 2I-Dsti7 No I-DaI1J NOltop where lime not
: .:o (taMtM.KHiufuI of Cour and onet' 2x3: scantling $5 per thousand. ;:;., SnIJ1o., tqliCtlSn; Family Medicinal Use : shown No. 3-Daily IiO, nDsi711.as !
or ) pm' 1:00 a m Lun_
teusiut'nful ofauilla.. ::x3 scantling $6 per thousand. It:16 u.igbI ':11"' _PeDiacol--Arrty.lIobeD1la_ 10:110 pzm : 8:11I p III
Other items in proportion. Call and Ii 10:87" ':0'1"'
In Escambia 15:10 1IS" _
County Circuit Court, Yuleetra 10U"
I see us.M6lmo.. State of Florida.-In Chancery. FOB 12:211 I ':18" ........Etcambla lon II 6M"
The best pill 'neath the stars and BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. Hookervs. 12:. ':211 II .II. MuiaC 10::II" 6:16:
Delia II
11:11II V ':28 ___ 8a/1l __ S. II
.. 10:21 6tO'

Little Early: Risers of worldly repute.It OASTO .X.a.. Tie Sailor! or Lan man 12M It50 II I I Y,:;18". "II -.........Kilton OiJsClty___ a 11 10:10 10:11 II II 6:1)6:11""
Hooker.On .
lear.the 1tolyA! You Ha. Hoays Bcittr. .. Samuel C. 1:10 am II II _GOOd Kanl' II __ II 1L6"
:t4 cleanses the system and ne'ergripes. Monday the 4th day of May, A. 1:16"II 11:16" II I __. HOI&I___ .-I, .... II 1:11II"I
1I _
1IIIIlIU __ ':10 i II 1:11"
I W D. 1903 the defendant Samuel C. 1:11 II 8:18 II II ... ....CreICTte_ I 1:11" .:;r Il "
Ask for DeWitt's and take no Hooker is required to appear to the Swedish Punch Danistt Aquaril, 1:00 II II 1:64" .II. ......DeerLan4... U 1:16" IM"
MOtl1 HeAd H "
bill filed against him herein. 8:10" II
substitute.A .:01" "
German Kummel '1.
and other brands ..DeFunlak8prtlll. 8:18" a
PENNYROYAL This order to be published once ':18 II .:It .. .... II "
.Argyle TtU
small rill easy to buy, easy to take PILLS each week for eight consecutive of imported Wines and Llquore. .:10' .:61 I .. -PoDce de LeoIL- T:. II 1:11"

and easy to act. but never failing in /Tv< OHclB*] s.4 0.1, G..I... weeks in the Daily News, a 1:011" 10:10 I II ___Wettnl1e__ I ':11" las "
F-'I/lfc CAFE. AV.I.e1tb4 I.a4Ie..nDrur newspaper II
1:08 II
: 10:11'
Here only will find __ II
you the N. C. Cal7Y1l1._ 1u"
results. DeWitt's Little Early Risers M CHICUE.YER't ENULI.SUIB published in said Escambia County.A. Iu ii 10:10' a a ltY"
HK.lt ...4 ..U DKUJie (win tnMiik Bon1fa1... 1:116": 1:7":
arouse the secretions and act as > ki..nktira. 1.kr...,..... Rr. .. M. MCMILLAN.Clerk Bowen Kentucky 'Whisk e), 24 years ':00" 10:47 to '_ChIpley_ a ':!7" 1514 "
... ... 8:10" II a
$ 11O'f
Dage.ii. b.tit.U..s lulu. "
-Cottoud&le_ 1:111 1:1II 5005
.., .. of Circuit Court. old.
to the liver II. a..1, Divqi8 a .1.... uKrUtf 7:00 II 11:26" II .......... II
a tonic curing permanent.ly. --.. ... P.rd..I.. YI_..... .. K&rl&.u_ 1:00" Ulf"
By BURTON' D. 'JO" u
.. I. .,* : 11:" ..Cysreii_ a 6:18" 11:16 III
S l.tJtr
Hargis Pharmacy, John Sheppard I .-k%'C'_ __ i.ra !Malt.. I.r,11'"T.....w..lour..... S by U re.91 Pensacoia Fla, March 14. 1903. Valhalla Branch corner Garden ':10". 11:6J" a _Grand BI4Ie_ ln It 1Itt":

Sidney Kahn. '_cii, alIP""C'I'<<. :M4M.IhIrhs.teth.mIeslt.. .....,.. .111u.. 1L.. M14 oaw 8w. C'I street and 10th 1:11'T:tAl. 12:11"12:01 noon ArrtY8IUYllhllOUOI1" 8D81141 _Lon 1:21 110"II J lOll 10:50'II


V avenue.ilJ

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CONDENSED STORIES.The The Cliatbtaff C.r..
11RS. IDA MCDONALD 'HECL4.SING CATARRH A new fad among women who suffer Doctors Extend lime.

i from ailments. fancied or otherwise is r1I4
Talesman Hadn't Any Prejudice _
that of walking briskly uphill for a 'iJh
Deputy of the Maccabees of the World.tr .
5upreme Against the Negro, But- LVsCATRRR
stated period daily. Always supposing
A negro a hog and the unlawful I that no organic weakness of the heart fc'
r. lcDOXALD, that I mart do fomethiii,* WHO HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO
to manner in which the'former some- exists, immense benefit is derived from.

I M I :?Yo.47 tt, Detroit Bt':1ubi.4n: friend regain advocated my health.your Wine A times obtains possession of the latter 'I this exercise by people of low vitality, ;. SEE THE RED CROSS DOCTORS, 4tJ'jTHESE

L- 51!nb., isaprom- of Cardui treatment M furnish southern members of hollow chests and neurasthenia. It is EMINENT GENTLEMEN j4 I 1
woman who was strongly that I decided togreatlY J.IJ'S Cream Balm an absolute cure for the woman who HAVE EXTENDED THE TIME -
;aeBt with
: 1 benefited by the try It. although I had fittk congress an apparently exhaustless : Easy and pleasant just fancies she does not feel nell and FOR THREE MONTHS TO ALL .i44 r.

atwomaifsnied1cifle: faith In patent medicine theme of anecdotes. Here -o use. ContalniDo'njurloaidrug. for the "blues." WHO CALL UPON THEM BE. .
Winl' of farilui. Mrs. I am now very thankful that is that Burgessof .
one Kepresentative
i the I did 10, for within ten days (tig quickly Absorb- Homemade Fire EsIID&DI.hf'u. FORE APRIL 21.
{)Ionalis: supreme
) Texas has been the *
Maccabees Muted telling, says -FS COLD HEAD j3
deputy of the relief came to me The housewife who lives in constant

of theY orlJ, and one of I and In less than three Washington Post: It pens and cleanse toe i Nasal Passages dread of fire may with very little trou- A stuff of eminent pnyMrians and eareeons rf: ,5Q. : i'I4'

the most wiiMy known I I_JI..u. JlcDottGl4.__ months I wu cured and In Gonzales, where Mr. Burgess Allays Inflammation. Heals and Protects ble make an extinguisher that will put have at from tbe the urveut RedCros solicitation* Medical of Institute a large '
.. the Membrane. Restores the Senas of Taste
have enjoyed fine hulth
\\\'nel in tLe lire: a colored citizen was haled and Smell. Large size 60c. at Druggists or by out a blaze if it is used in time. All t 1 number of patient under their care In this. 'e
iho" and3! of women gather to ever since. | know there Is nothing better country. e.lablhbpd a permanent branch
c.vesbar > ttrtrar\\OT& into court on the charge of having mall. ;Trial Blie IDo by mall. she needs to do is to put three poundsof of the Institute in thlsclty at .
hfr Iwturo e\" she goes.TLep"at for a sick woman who wishes to enjoy perfect ELY BROTHERS,
!: work she has done for the health and am very:pleated to give my appropriated his neighbor's porker 56 Warren Street.New York. salt in a gallon of water and to this 111 West Chase Street.
-- add one and a half pounds of sal am-
Vio-ii'eM f : appreciated by every hearty codoriement.f without just compensation or due -
the order. She was BO aDNo moniac. This liquid should be bottled, The' eminent gentlemen have decided to I t t I :
Eemkr! : her work that ahe neglected suffering woman can afford to process of law. A jury was being Father of Stories About Doctors. and when the fire is discovered it give their services entirely free fur three tI; :0
.:).rr-J{ in ignore inch a letter as Mrs. McDonald and the defendant'scounsel months (medicine excepted) to all invalid j. i
impaneled Dr. W. \\ Keen of ,
t.1 rive ha health proper care-failed writes. Her plans and advice have Philadelphia should be poured upon it. *ho call upou tbni for treatment "I .

totase''arninPtliat! the rjrmptoms of proved valuable in building up one ofriching was fighting hard to assure has the hobby of collecting anec- 11 ., ; 1. ,4t'l:..
,- kidney trouble gave her, the greatest women's organization in his client a fair and impartial trial. dotes of physicians. These anec- Food In Mold. Bstra flaw ail April 21. i r: :

(!.,:c-i: jw coir.plenpn and torpid liver. the United States and she takes time to Each tale -man was subjected to an dotes he in scrapbooks To remove a hot cake or pudding These serv'cci consist not only' of consultation -
}Bt Wine cf Cardui cured her the tame give advice which she knows will help ordeal of preserves from a tin or mold turn upside down .elimination and ath'ire,but also i
it ba3 cured 1 thousands: of others and searching questions. Uponone and in costly extra illustrated vol- Of minor surgical operations. :
I! you.dknona.l and cover with a cloth out of \
has written this letter in In a local merchant, the lawyer umes and sometimes he reads wrung The object in pursuing thli course .. 'B:
)!- Do not delay securing this medi selections cold water. The contents will slip out Is to become rapidlY and 11..ronaIlJ BO !lEt'
order tl.at other suffering women may cine. There is nothing to pain andre had been especially severe. from them at medical festi- in minute two. To attainted with the sick aDd II n1.:1 ed,Rnd under ,1 V 'Ii .
Wine of Cardui the same a or remove anything no conditions 1II"lllaoy charge whatever r Ib
.re from everything to lose by delay. The choice "Are the of the
jou sure, man vals.
cold made fur for CI i ij
from it. or frozen reverse the process be any services rendered three
rtJ.t.f sLe got ia before yon. Will or will yon not law finally asked, "that have no 'The months to tall n ho call before April 21st. 1 f II
you most common medical anecdotes and wring the doth out of hot water.Intl's .
for four years I suffered with torpid secure relief now by taking wine ofCardni .....- Thedoctrrs rral all forms of deae anddl'rormlllt'l. j
liter until my skin looked yellow and dull. ? All druggists sell $1.00 bottles prejudice against: negroes in general ," said })r. Keen recently, and guarantee a cure In every t .J j

I then found my kidneyi were iffccttd and of Wine of Cardui as well as 25e packages i ; that }ou will give the testimonyof "suggest that the physician is "a case they a thorough undertake.examination At the is first nale.aud interview -, ( j .

/hid Iwe pi'nl across my back and I felt of Thedford's BlackDraught.WINEofCARDVI a negro equal weight with that ofa murderer. All such stories are as I if incurable you are frarUly and kindly told I, t riI

-._ -. -._ i-r- white man ?'' old as the lulls in their fundamentalidea sPillswm I 80i useless; alfosdYimd treatment.asaiE&t spending mocry (or i fh ,

A million suffering women "Oh, I Imcn't the slightest preju- i though modern writer I Male and Innate! entries'' catarrh and '- '
your I catarrhal deafness; also \aricoct-le. rupture .J ; .
have found relief in dice in the world," :l1l-\H'rl',1 the puts them in new clothe And I goitrecancer aixLull disease of therectum. 1 t'p' J.
Wine of Cardui. I .Rropobllively cured by their new
_, __n_ _J J1 prospective; juror, 'but I suppose it they look ghastly in their new save the dyspeptic from many treatment S
would lie jU't as well for me to tell clothes-as ghastly as though jou days 01 misery and enable him to eat ,I Their will cliiet be In associate I'l'r.olal urgeon charge cf the lautltuta f s 1
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TAKE NOTICE. you that if I'm on (this jury your should array a corpse in fancy They prevent I Ofllcts No. Ill \\Vat > base office Hours i4 f
9 n. in, to 7 m. bucduj It) a. in. to 1 p.m.IRKEft.S S
Fort Barrancas p.
Fla. March 9. client ]latll.tlH, be able to prove an dress. SICK HEADACHE,

Taworr i it r"3y concern: 1903.-Sealed proposals in triplicate, alibi-for the ** fi-i
hog. A lawyer and a doctor were con the food to assimilate and nourish -
On aid after this date all Resolutsrs. will be received until 11 a. m. March versing. The doctor said, 'Your the body, give keen appetite. rift : i: ..

CT-ds of Tlnnki: Excursions or I :28! 190J: for constructing five cisterns Why He Was Running. profession doesn't: make men angels, DEVELOP FLESHand BALSAM 'th 'i
and bSll'tIflCS the I I :
E tertu"iments to whic an adnis- Fort 1'ickens Fla. U. S. reserves General James Grant Wilson tells sir.' The Lmcr answered, 'Xo; it solid muscle. Elegantly sugar ,. _Fail A luiumot to BeMore fiywth Or J C ? '. 1)

son >s charged, and snm'ar[ notices, right to reject or accept any or all this story as one of General Grant's is yours which does that.' coated. .m -; its Youthful.. Coior., t
d' Jt b
vmje r
Vo"i be charged for at regular rdver-: proposals furnished or any part on application.thereof. Information En. favorites, says the Philadelphia "This anecdote, Which is 2,000 Take No Substitute.J. *.Jl'UBt Ihu:*1.J tolling i';. .

t'2: iltcS. \elopes containing proposals should Ledger: jears old," said Dr.) Keen, "is. reputed j. ,

be marked "Proposals for Cisterns" "It was at the battle of Shiloh. to be the parent of all the .t t -I.

addressedV.. K. COLE. Q.1.. There was in the ranks a tall, finely myriad of medical anecdotes that J. A. VAN PELT.VAN. J. C. VAN PELT.BROTHERS h t ti

Try The News' WANT COLUMN. March 17, 18, 19, 20! 2C! 27. built Nolunteer from Ohio. It was now eiist." il ; rfiSTAPIiE

- the first time he had seen active PELT t, '
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Laxative ftromo Quinine j& ftA V dds a new delight -... *-is 1, !r ,

Cures Cold in One Day. Gripui :2 Days(&. 'Y,7Vtii. on.OI.every 25c .1.1ic ? to pastry AND fANCY GROCERS. : Rf. : *- '; Vr:


Real Estate and Rental Agent, Jfudgin's, the Best for oc.If Added to Stock a Complete Assortment of Anti-Rust Tinware. .Positively j. ..f : :, : 4.tHave l!

Guaranteed Not to Rust. This is Something that n

13L, !South ralafov Street, ers have not had the Opportunity to Purchase Before. Housekeep'f'f j I.
f'J .

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j You HaveRheumatism .
Classified Advertisements.ONE .
ic ichi [ TELEPHONE NO. 231 ..II.A.A 31 EAST GARDEN ST. 'I l. t ::

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CENT A WORD. I, I I I Doors and ; \ I ,
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LOST-Black and tan (log, answers t') I I I ,t i'.t1 /00

t tlt\ TO LOAN name of, (reward Charlie)if. Scar returned on ]hit to hindquarter residence ,L:, j HhIt1 U'IhlWWWaa the f'nll..rscd Remedy great testr4 will Californm cure and .__ JIg \ I Window Screens l' ,, 1 ,t ;:

you. It &L o cures Lner Kidney ami I ;
th j I -nubia terms and of I... W. Williams, 227:: North 'I2 Bladder diseases. caused by an excess of \ HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF 0 :" tfji.
"IU," .L' :.1 title acid. It never fulls and builds op ,
.: U'. liULLARD, Liajlen street.MIStf. : tbe health and Ptrerijtti while tiling It.Ceiid ---Y-' THE PROTECTION AND J: l I.. |it'I'I

:, S; ,d, f i fox, Up-btair.. : stamp. for book of wonderful For sale certificates. ; r lt COMFORT THEY AFFORD? I t;:
Price fl per bottle. :: i*.
J. \Vn.boN, Manager.I .. j ,I II II't
: by drucRistn. If your druggist: ran not : f
: ]I WANTED.'AXTEDG -, supply you it will lie cent pnpaid upon :
-- -- :_ 4 receipt of price. AdJrets _i Get Prices Now. C : : :
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MONEY TO LOAN \\ )otl nurse Immediatelyat -- -.- Urlcsol Chemical! Co., Los Aogeles.Gil.! 1 ;J IllGDeSili&Co 1

'. .. 201 West Chase. ..mlGtf.I or the Lt '
On 'i- i. ''I's! horre-, wa;:on?,

mi:,ut, i' it t a :ill other kind* of I L N Brnnsw[ & CO., Wew Cr1ra1, La.I Jll .
ii i ,, Uii'iness ,
i"i i j : ; "rty. prl- WANTED 6 YOUNG MEN from A
\' i', : -': I ii, -: M crecy gaaranteed. Eacutnbia County at once to pre 2 Distributing Agents. Toloplaoiao I t.! ;1 :, !:

:i"'. !'>. I''tf.tx&t.i' ; A. A. Ki-her. pare for Positions in the Government i %%% %% %. :I '" ''1i.' 'J

2m tf Her/vice. to
Inter-State Corrns. Inst. I --

,:-t.\" 1'\) LO.N-\V.= It. Merl- Cedar Rapid-, Ia. "BECAUSE i cANer FLY!" The Star Laundry ;
\\, .t: IHin d&wlmWAN NOW OPEN :
'r. Ait-lit.: Monpy to
service. When he heard the roar of: i ,
I'-iii It r ,i-iinable rate of interest
"" / '..,I -'curJt.Olllce. 112 and\ 'TED-All kinds! of empty beei shells and saw his. comrades falling, Biggest Busiest Best I

I,. '" ,' T trr:1l"n'l: .trf>flt. bottles., H. A. Friedman. n9-tf he lft courage, dropped his. gun ,
,- and started for tho rear. : -k- : r'

5IO.NhLEND. i ( im improved \\".\XTElJI(>n to learn barber Here! thundered the general BOWLING ALLEY 't lii .
nil -I't e in \larsre Ir small
i"!, i I' N ..t \low rate (.f interest. trade Special offer for short "time in command. 'What are you running Thy Speak S j jI

l'to: I I. lie }O;. lirook. aiturufy Tools, .tuition, board anti Saturday for?'

:it i w. :j I ; t :;. Pabfox bt.. Fisher wages inchitU'd. Positions uaran. 'The man turned Ins head anJ l No 11 West Intfittacia! Street.

i Smlni ttfii. Particulars mailed fiee. SIolor shouted back 'Because I can't fly L
p Opposite Ja*. McHugh's.e11 I k '
MJ.r10DAY!( -Do you need I In ] College. New Orleans La. you darned fooll' for TheiDselmajM! '' L '
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'i! You can borrow any I m: I-lit
1'iir,,'! : .-.>u want today ou easiest No Hero to His! Son. .5 4jl. !
We let the Khirt, Collars
tt "i-:, I'nj lowest rates anywhere NICELY furnished rooms with bath I At Emporia John Madden] madea a. W It &
n and Culls we Launder peak for
*" ,,1'1". I
on Improved city real $l.r.O; anti $200 week; with good! ; powerful plea in a railroad damage .
*-: I' :'">m Win. Fislier, 2U4.S.. themselves. They will talk louder ,,
board $;;.00 week; central location home .
His I little
1'\ son went
: \ =-'trt- t. ln-tl cai-p. I I ;Lanwecan. We want to be judged ,** ,
2iJ South Spring street between I hoard INSURANCE > .
-- -- -- and said: .Mamma
papa i .
more oy the work we do than by ::
IF \<)! w tilt to borrow iroiiey, in. \Vet Romana and Garden streets. make a dandy speech today. And A what we -.

V..- ; ..' .v, injure your property IrantcK-nt solicited. in 19-I nt. what do you think-papa almost; 'I STATE gay. ,

I I" ; ab-tncts: of title, buy or -- nnd"he made of the REAL Ll"R.: i VJFI
ironFOR ? ALJ.o;. crud sonic; 'bT'i ,
Mla ,
-tate rent ofril 4
No.I South Palafox Street. > "
: : : col- w -- - - jurymen cry too. "And what] did I ALL
) 'tiou, have rents: WORK c. o. D. fiocfls G S CaM! [1o or ail Delivered\ Free,
SALP: The desirable 5OI" asked Mrs.[ .Madden. [ -
I' : ;, 'iir taxes attended to, most rOll (10, my ;
l. :a Mre-s Tho C. Watson lots tu the city on easy terms, by \ '"01;, he can't fool me," replied Partial; List of Desirable Dwelling TELEPHONE: 114. 27 GARDEN ST. '
kt: .. d! K-tue and Insurance the KMier Real Estate Agency.2o4Jj for Rant in Various Parts i
of Madden
the heir and the "
,\ i h ii-icola.: Kla. Charges :South: Palafox. ISalm: of the City: I.
:. Iamil,.-KansasCity Journal. WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
To everyone who buys --- -- ----- U5.00-2'rstory bou containing U room ,
I u- we will lend money"build FOR SALE CIIK-\I'-Roll top desk. ail nioUern cotnrniHncrf batb on .
and lowtr tltMira. lot .._ _
upper corner
--- -------
w Leahe E. 15rooks, Fit-her liuild- FOP Over Sixty Y"an. -
a ho !8i-tf: ; new. moo yard and 6lirul>ix>ry, 't\blv out- -
------ : inz. :2.inlm.ll.Vlll !:! hiss Hix8u>w'a IlOOTUDIQ: STPCP but hou,f,. tic., >o. 7U Ftt-t: laliua

STOLEN. I I I (GU I' been used for over smy years by tnillionsol! $:15.-'Io" Hnn.-story boarding bOD<-f?. containing! I (j ROYAL STANDARD WKfflf\ { i K
-- mothers for their children while teething I 25 rooms, known AH the Ponce de i C m
:' i l' and white pointer: I Leon house No. lit Joa"t loteodcu-i iI
I I MIt. 3ARAH BEhllUf.lc: with perfect success. It soothej the child
_! g
., pU'ln.ls; Answers'i turer und dealer in Hair Good, i softens the Rumsallays paincure* wind '!\-cia.\ d..lral2.Hory slrt't'l.'olO.1 modern dwelling 8 Year Old, in Cases cf 4 Full Quarts, at S3.2 per cats .

: My name on collar. I I Hats, Toilet Articles, Hair Oil colic. and Is the bet remedy for IMnrrboes I 7 rooms nm-t<.leMrni>letecUon 01 the .ti -- -
city on a rnrnrr on Lbs ktrvct cut
[I etc., 32UVet: Government street, It will relieve the poor little saSerrr Immediately. lineNo. fl1.1:! North Itarct-Iona: alrt'l'tI
: All pt rsons are warn ,. -- : WHHKRYia: i distilled! at the Nelson Co. ;'
rI 8ild by rtroKgUt In every; part I JJJ.O-Larwe; ; -'hory'I1wt'lIlng.. in rooms. THIS ,
ii irlu>nin* her.! Reward It<>ur
: inr rut urn of dog antiS I Bl' sure you a8k for"M n.Wimlow's Soothnfjyrno. -.OmforUhU strest.fJuiO new .S-story modern I before bottling. H is absolutely pure and not excelled 4 .
I BOARDING HOUSE at Wneeler and tka noothsr kind. I owell'.n?, y rOOID'.vt'ry dvBlrable section in quality by any Whiskey of the same age 'JUt % i .
row ant for evidence Springs: Mary Esther, Fla.. Air*. o(the cltr. situated on \orihlinylca no matter where produced. The Royal Standard
i,MCI thitf. Condon, proprietress. All the VAVAL STOKK4 MAKKVT. i : betnern Utroag: and Dr (lUI i H eight.vears old when bottled, and, considering % ic4 %
: 1:1.1: :}:CIam FOnn g. comforts of home at very reasona I J25.00! -2-story"''''''8.'dwelling in eeoj order with I Us excellent l quality, is the cheapest whiakey in I jf :
-- -_ ble rate Northern tourists will oorred Dally for The Newi l>, ;, S rooms tbrea door from the belt the market at that price. As a beverage, and aa .t jan
roi'.MI. find this an ideal place to spend a I line. bat gag and aster throughout absolutely pure stimulant, there Is none better I, '
Union Nival Stores Co No :iiUS. rib Barcelona itr".t.dWelhng .
of tbe 12nlrn in containing no marks whatever to
portion season. Shipped cases ffl
120X0: -1-story 7 room, city water LLN
r.. "Oall' I huth ga.. \\'ulIlRrle corner lot>o4int indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining ; '
\. li'inoh: of Keys. Owner itEM()\..A14. #'* ___..__.$1 (M H__..?? _.._}J 40r Went Wright street. the whiskey Is not satisfied with the quality be; j
.-amo by calling at this IVU_____ 1 75 R_...____ 26.210: 15.70-l-Uory( dwelling II ronm8. newly pa-. the ; } .
: ----------- can return tame at our expense: and :
.. ,i.ing: property; and pay- B.L. DIAMOND, the tailor has removed _____ a 65 F ____ _. belt perrd III)and(. "0.painted ft* East throughout Gregory treet., on will be refunded.All money f ,
nntieo. MTtf to 11.4! West Government "____ 145 E:_ :! 115.00 -l-slorj dwelling city water and bath orders should be accompanied by either i1IIG5TTLIIICL 'anAQENT
office ___ :!.) '__ 7 rooms, belt k lock of cround ...Itbbl'aoUul
$ order
Express bank
street opposite currency, postoffice money draft
,,_ "ur Item. shade trees >o. 1'fi East 1AL. or ex-
Fo : where he is prepared to clean, repair L-___ 2 t.5 C.t bAlow__ 205 Cervantes itreet.fl2.SOlBlorydwellinK.no. pre s money order. We refer to First National
,.E MIn opera houe bnUd- and press ladies' and ;rentle.mens' FIBTT. TURPffTHI-bid. 415 East Gregory Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. !

": .uiuil iloor, one store and toilor made1ts. 16j3raH. painted.liret,5 rooms newly papered and 4fj

fi conu Jloor, three offices. In EsenniMa (ounty Circuit Court, Stateof $SI1.00o. East Belmont street, 6-room
-___ ffob:)) 't:Ilnnun... i"lorida-In Chancery. 'cottage CUT water, newly painted, S. A. FRIEDMAN \ 1.
.' ,
----- in perfect order. ,
-- -- --- ---- 7enl P. Ryan ) .
LOST. H. ALFMAN, umbrella maker, 315 I 'l"S.William [ 110.50-:>o. 1U14 North Alcanlz trhet. a new _
South Palafox street. Re-cover-. H. Ryan.: ) 110.00 No.bouiA 601 In hast food order Belmont with fctrtet 5 rooms., city SOL PROPRIETOR, PENSACOLA, FLA.p. !:i .
in? and repairing: at umbrellas: and On Mondny. the 4th day of lIIy. A. P. water. a neat 5 room cottage ne"ljpainted 5'i
L : 1X9,the iMendant Wlllinm Uvan Is required and rennvated tnrjueboui o BOX 4IH. TELEI'HONE 4
parasols a specialty. Silk covers; 170Cfl
ck9dh..k to tbe bill nlrd against aim
MII ill Call\8H'd. I to aopt-ar 11 1.ooo. V10 East Latua street a neatlyi : I1I5KeY
l always! on haul.: ],in3 I fit-run. i i papered 4 room cc ttage in toed coai ,
ciintiinin names ... I TbU frier 18 to b. published once a *'fefeireuht dLiOn. large lot.city water a
--I ", written in indelible Dresses made from $1.50 Other. -- Cin-ecQtive "eek in THE I'AI Y !I I A large Hat of smaller dwelling"!: as well! S &A.pRiOMAPL.. .. .
.L' lizard for the re- up. New*. a newspaper published in said Et-1 as a number of stores atd oQces tott UEN'T., '- "-- handle every cla'i'of Liquors sold, In.q #jtjr1'

H litUH, R. R. or E. sewing as reasonable, 26: South cambiacouDty. A..Y. McMlLUf. THOS. C. WATSON & CO., balk .')r bottle, wholesale r.r retail, at prices that .
1.r J. E. Clement.: No. Spring between West Romana and I Clerk Circuit Court. I are way down. ,
I. .. II 1'tSALJ: BY H. H. HCBTON. ['. C. Leadlcz Real Eitatp. Rental and Insurance
T.trra.on.l. 24f-tf Garden streets. m9-lni I f entacola. Fla.. Feb. IS. 1603. Il>oa.!S\r Agents, 1 oatb halafox: Street. FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEEfUr' S .

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;s. For Baking Powder to produce thorough
.!, Mtlofacturr routo In the oonl' must, STEAMSHIPS OXFORDXTIME
first, be computed of the beat materials, and
J second all InpreJIentB moat be carefully

i blended In their exact proportions, "GOOD -- Kept in Virgin flivor 'for. you. A.teaspoonful to three cups! of
LUCK" Baking Powder Ls prepared by the moat W'I/1//1/1>1'11I:" I"I
scientific formula,and none but ouch materialsas Tea is to make
Tetley's is sealed in air Tetley's enough
stand the tretuf a searching chemical aualy-
sic are ever permitted to enter Into the oompo. Tea.
tight packets. grateful, invigorating !
of famous brand of Baking
eitlon this moat
Powder. It's unvarying high quality accounts
for "uOOD LtTK'S" I'onderous Sale.

Richmond, Va .IS HERE.
.. ..

Following is a list of vessels under W's.;
charter by the Gulf Transit Company GIVE
: I to load at this port during this and GRACE
i next month:

For \'erpool-Yivina, now Pensa ............... .................
.......................... cola; Francisca, due March 25; Ida, & t<
Alica/due April 2;); Gracia, due May I. '- -:rP.i):
Lieutenant Commander Albon C. ) YOU CAN FIND
20. ",I@"" ,,0: ",'"\"!-,,0: THEM AT TH,5
Hodgson entertained at a charming' lgttt STORE IN ABUNDANCE. A\D
For Genoa-Italia, Pensacola |I"
dinner last night to Mrs. John C. Avery .1 now ; STYLES, KINDS AND

on the Indiana. The elegant dinner Calilla, due April 23.: QUALITIES

was served in nine courses at 5.For Dunkirk-Tetiotdale, dne April i Orleans I If R HAVE THE LARGEST SEXES.AND MOST*E
the table beautiful in its appoint- Grocery COMPLETE STOCK OF
ments, and decorated with graceful For Civita Vecchia-Italia, now in ,

"" carnations ferns and pink azaleas. port.For Inchkeith, JAMES McHUGH Prop. ft OXFORDS AND SANDALS
;4. Delightful music by the Indiana Antwerp- due April t
1. _.- -- D .
'and was a charming feature of the t IN THE CITY, AND WOUt.D DEEMIT

i -pning. The party were Judge and For Hamburg-Inchkeith, (or sub A FAVOR FOR YOU TQ CAU

I ilrs. John C. Avery, Miss Edna Avery stitute) due April 1. ROASTED COFFEES i r AND LOOK AT THEM.
For Harve Teviotdale .
due April 3.
and Miss Denham. A ...........
-- - --
For Tampico Pensacola, due

Captain[ Thomas Perry and, officers March 2C; August Belmont, due April i

'' ,/' w of aboard the s-hip.Iowa received this afternoon I 1.For. Gah'elon-Darge' Tabor, due jJ BLENDED TEAS i ii MEYER SHOE CO.,

43 Lieut. Clifford entertained at din March For Cette 31. -II Pimonte, now in port.It i OUR SPECIALTIES. i Feet Furnishers for Cash Only.

ner delightfully last night on the Ill

inois to .Mrs. K. O. Saltmar&h and the A. Danforth Saved of His LaGrange Leg.P. Ga., I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

Misses Thompson her guests. suffered for six months with a fright W .
-- -- ---- -
ful running sore on his leg; but i l li TJ

Miss Hazzard of New York is one writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve Q THE NEW STORE

t of the charming visitors in the city. wholly cured It In five days. For v- 33m
Ulcers Wounds Piles, It's the best
salve in the world. Cure gauranteed. V --
The Misses Chaffin entertain to- WO
Only 25 cts. Sold by W. A. D'Alem- r _

_ morrow night. :. berte druggist 121 South Palafox a WHITE GOODS.A,
street. i W S'

Lieut. Richard Spencer Douglas entertained 50 Pieces MERCERIZED PIQUES, OXFORDS, MADRAS AND SUBLIME,

Just Received.
aboard the Alabama at dinner z yJ O
W / m 500 Yards SHORT END WHITE MADRAS, MONDAY Special per yard
last night to a charming party of BLIND AND WITHOUTFRIENDS -_ -
e TIp .. ,. ., .. . 15 cent
six ladies. A most elegant dinnerwas t

decorated served.with The large table pink was carnations daintily, OR MONEYWAS i o P $ NEW WOOLEN FABRICS. $

smilax and plumosa fern. The effect y c q i t 3 i MISTRALS, ETTAMINES, VOILES ALBATROSS, black and leading; colors -
was altogether charming, combined THE CONDITION IN WHICH i -z m per yard..49 cents to $1.

} with the fair women daintily gowned + WOOL CREPE De: CHINE, black and colors, per yard. 93 cents

11 and the brilliant officers! who formed JOSEPHINE DUGGER ARRIVEDIN f !
the party. -J oa = MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.,

1 hissV'hiting, one of the most I ; Our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT is in charge of Miss Lucy Poynter,

YESTERDAY AFTERNOON. who will be pleased to show the ladies the newest things in headgear.
<'harming of Mobile's society girls Is''
expected t. visit Peusaeola in about HIGH GRADE GROCERIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I

& Domestic Department. { ::
two weeks the guest of Mrs. 'W. R.Wright. f :1Feed Stuffs of All Kinds.
Without money, friends or a placeto ..,.., i
tad This will give pleasure to I IJosl'phiue CONQUEROR BLACK COTTON, Something New, Special, 11 yards for $1.
stayas the condition in which
iJi her many admirers here. : PHONE 105. Best grades SEA ISLAND COTTON and BLACK COTTON at 5 cents p et
Duggex, an aged and blind

Mrs. A. E. McDavid is entertainingtwo white woman, arrived in the city L. ....>...........................IS.......11.? yard.

delightful guests from Whistler I yesterday from Selma afternoon.She shortly. after 4 o'clock ---- t, Boys' and Gents' Department.

Ala., Mrs Thos. Holliwell and Miss was assisted to the waitingroom 100 No-Name HATS, $3 quality, each. . . . . . . . $1.83

I'ora Peterson. at the depot by trainmen and Two Lots of SHIRTS, $1 value, each. . . . . . . 75 cents

her condition was reported to Officer UNION-MADE OVERALLS, per suit . . . .'. . . . $1.50
i, rs.lttich entertained a small ANNOUNOEMENT
I Humphreys. She told the officer that WOOLEN CRASHES and FLANNELS, the best line in the city from $5.00

L party on the bay Monday complimentary the officials at Selma, where she had to $12 ,. . ... . ,
to Mrs Wittich Jienefeo of
been in the city hospital, bought hera ,..
'i; :Montgomery. WE ARE NOW READY WITH
ticket and placed her on the train.

i t She told them that she wanted to go OUR NEW SPRING AND SUMMER CliiF&
The Nomads had an interesting STOCK OF GRAY RADER.
v I to Nashville, Tcnn.here she hada MEN'S, BOYS' AND
', Inl'linlnnlay; : aft('r\lt>nn. Miss CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, HATS,
err !brotherlio would care for her, .
r ouch was hostess. but for some unknown season she SHOES AND GENTS' FURNISH- __ 'n __, ,_ _

was sent to IVnsaeola.

t MORRIS; BROTHERS Walker Inghram, of the United AND MOST COMPLETE IN
Charities, was notified and he ordered ss:

color- that she he taken to the Lewis WE HAVE BEEN SEARCHINGTHE C
Prince A. and Joe K. Morris,
i Ilou'so until other arrangements could MARKETS FOR GOODS TO
4, 4'11, whe were arrested some time "Fit Well-Wear Well"Trousers
be tnado.Rev. PLEASE ALL, AND WE ARE \
since on the chan of stealing ;rn.ecr -

1 t'iS from the wholesale !souse vf J. :M. Dannelly and other members e PROUD OF THE FRUITS OF OUR '

I A. Jiwihut & Co.. wore acquitted! of of the United Charities called on t EFFORTS. YOU WILL FIND HERE t

Chairman"h of the county commissioners GOODS AS GOOD AS MONEY CAN f t
the criminal court
that clriruo We admit that there
I this morning and explained BUY AND THE BEST PRODUCTIONS are 0t
this morning.
.t Their case consumed the entire the case to him. He gave the OF THE FOREMOST MAKESOF custom tailors producing

members of the society permission to CLOTHING, SUCH AS HART ;
r time of the court yesterday and \\asfini.shcd trousers that look as weil f r r
have the woman sent to the poorhouse SCHAFFNER & MARX THE FECH- ti tt
at noon today the "R C& ,
as new !
where she will remain until = HEIMER, FISHEL CO., AND SAM ,

FAT BABIES I she is better able to take care of her- UEL W. PECK & CO. styles we are offering.

,tf'- IW!!. She is suffering from a large I
< -- FOOTWEAR HANAN, DOUG There are no better iI !'!
)( running sore on her back and is in
t Are Famous Sleepers. LASS AND CROSSETT.
I otherwise bad health. She is bare- trimmings, labor, style or i '
J The saying: "Sleepy as n fat SHIRTS-MANHATTAN, ECLIPSE I'
!. 1 footed and has scarcely any clothing. fit in made-to-measure '1', ;
deal, for fat
: I baby" expresses a good: AND ANCHOR BRAND
I to contribute clothingor
Anyone wishing I II
babies are famous little follows to goods. You have the advantage ;j;'
any other article are requested to AND YOUNG BROTHERS.

4fl t sU-ep. What a contra.it is their refreshing leave same with Hev. Dannelly, who COLLARS AND CUFFS-CORLISS, COON & CO., AND I with our garments I
the ands
rest to pitching
. \o'' will have them sent to her. EARL & WILSON : of how
, seeing just they
r tossing: i>f a sleepless coffee drinker.
.;., The reason the woman was sent to OVERALLS 8. PETERS' FAMOUS UNION MADE.
'l I A good elder of pringl l'lII. ILL, the poor house is because the city : look or fit made up; the 1// I

t found a way to bring refreshing has no authority to make provisionfor : foremost trouser makers I :
j 1 sleep in place of insomnia. "I'ntil of this class. WE WILL NOT TALK PRICES NOW. .
i throe years ago," he says "for 15 : in America guarantee ",.
.Mrs. Lewis donated a night's lodging :
years 1 was troubled with throbbing and food to the unfortunate wo- ALL WE ASK IS A FAVOR AND THAT IS THAT YOU WILL .I every pair, so do we. I !

In my stomach was very nervous CALL UPON US AND BE CONVINCED AS TO WHAT WE Our i
man. prices suit : \
kidneys out of order, troubled SAY EVEN IF YOU DO NOT BUY. L
dreadful your needs, about as I
with severe headaches TEXAS HAS NOT YETENGAGED
insomnia. important a point as ,
"Alter trying all sorts of lemedies JOHN WHITE any, after quality. l
ono the that
conclusion my
1 came to ,
battleship Texas, which Is anchored
'I the result of drinking
troubles were off the life saving station,
article in PHONE 225. 205-207 S. Palafox Si
tJ coffee and seeing; an .;
has not yet begun target practice.The
' the about Itwtum I determined
paper heavy winds on the gulf yesterday -
to try it. So 1 quit coffee and prevented the large canvass tar JOS. COLEMAN

took Postum. H agreed with me ,
gets from remaining erect, but as ,

from th-- first cup. At first I drank soon as the winds subside the practice $>-CLOTHIER -@

it diluted!, then pure. I relished it will be commenced. The heavy WE ARE EYE EXPERTS. ,

too and to my great joy I was soon firing of guns heard in the city yes- 1 We succeed in restoring Perfect Bight 212 South Palafox \ jtjtjt Pensacola! I'lorida.A .

troubles, nervousness _, -
free from stomach terlawas the report from target and Removing Eyestrain, because 11'11 h n
all pone and bead clear and Instead at of the haveequlppedour.eive.Modern whiCh with,wIth the Beet.
practice being held one Applances our expert
of being wakeful for half the knowledge and experience. insures
night I sleep like a fat baby and get
The practice of the battleships can
in the morning refreshed. ThisI
be easily seen from the life saving "
i owe to having quit coffee and taken THEO.BELLAMOREBETBACTINQ '
1 to drinking. Postum. Name furnish I ... ,

S Y ed by Post 11m Co., Battle Creek, INDIANA LEFT OPTICIAN.
Graduate of ram,(France) and Phil. FLA.
Mich FOR TARGET PRACTICE.The delpbim. Nos. 102, 104,106 East Government St, PENSACOLA,
about it bnt -
Nothing marvelous 0_ n___ __ ____ -- '
there is a reason: If healthy sound batleship Indiana left port at 28'/2' SOUTH PALAFQX ST., OLD ARMORY BUILDING. -- -Hudglni'- new style label for hU Scent

sleep is worth anything to you drop 2 o'clock this afternoon for target .. --- --- FOR LUMBERCall cigar will Interest you.

toffee and give Postum a short trial practice on the gulf. She was pilotedby CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine on BEEKMAN LUMBERCO. .

a -say ten Jays That will tell the Pilot John Caro, who will remain THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED oysters today. Try them. for estimates before placing Try Ounther'i Candies at

We. aboard her until she returns. ROOM, AT MARSTON A QUINA'8. NIC APOSTU.: your orders for lumber. d8lmLll Solomon'i.

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