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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 26, 1903
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M MUiINV" OF THE THE GULCOA PRACTICALLY MOTION TO BONn .I'f: : at1:' I.J, 1: t\JtI\::1 ; ;-.






VERONICA'S SAILOR& HAS--ARRIVED STATIONARYTROUBLEWITH--- THE CITY PREVAILED Ifife! lrti.tJ; : f :


i SUPPLY: SHIP OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC RECKLESS CRAFT :

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SQUADRON tI, I .
REACHED WHICH EXCEED SPEED ALLOWED -
!.lJ' ':3 FLOHR WHO HAS TURNK'.GS Rau would not drink, and after sii J .:;; >ijt+ 'J': .1. :

EVIDENCE, SAYS that Tnomas was locked up in the PENSACOLA THIS MORNING. DURING FLOOD. AND BOND ORDINANCE WILL BE of $;;0,000. or so much thereof as maybe ) (L //0 I _

EJ ; : mom next the galley for three days.I I necessary. \': "

ulSTAV RAU WAS THE I During; this time the prisoners were;: PLACED ON ITS FIRST AND SEC Section :2.! That the bonds provided 1 : 1\1.: 1-: I f' 'i
--, for herein shall be known .r 1 !
apparentlyboarding! the holes i' The big refrigerator New Orleans March :23.! as "Improve ;'1 i 1 a lie ,
up port j ship Culgoa, : Though ONO READINGS AT A MEETING Bonds of the City of Pensacola L '
BLOODY GANG. j ment I !l :j ,
Li-:: OF THE round the captain's cabin. They 1.1 tons: not, under command of reports from south of Helena are ofa Florida," and shall be divided as nearly l H t ..

knew there were arms in the cabinL'![ -Commander: R. M. Doyle, rising river, the Mississippi! in front TO BE HELD NEXT THURSDAY equal as practicable into three series, .,1! Iry( .t 1 f :1. '

-- land that they might; possibly be shot) arrived, this morning from New York of New Orleans is practically! sta- NIGHT. designated as "Series A," Series B," il'. jt4"Series .,
: : ;j/'filllt of the trial of ('I C," respectively.! Each bond : ,i P i I;, { ? l
Wednesday, December lit Rail and anchored the tionary, the gauge: marking today :O.l. ,
i i in shipping and near j I of Series A shall be of the denomination ;- :, r_ ,j

11 who were shipped directed that the captain and seccmd 'I, the big battleships. She:; bailed from [That fact naturally causes much relief of One Thousand Dollars; each t"yJ. t1:r,. .J ; '

.1 on the British Lark mate shuld be killed, and he, with !i New York Friday last and, her trip here since it means that the river Tho city council held a special ses- bond of Series B shall be of the denomination fl F I! ; ,-

Smith and Monson, armed with revolvers to' this port was considered a remark will have less difficulty in carrying of Five Hundred Dollars; 1" I : :-
\ !. h Bailed 1 from Ship 13I. I'I sion last night, with Mayor Jones ind each bond of Series C shall be of .. It' : : ";
and Flohr with a belaying'apin quickone.. oif the water that is coming this way. I ." "
Ism- I I the denomination of One Hundred j'
t I. lakcn from the presiding and Alderman Baars,
" | took a position round the cap- The vessel is a regular unassigned The levee board continues; prepar- Dollars. }j.': '
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: (.f March 13: tain's cabin. Abrahamson was first ship of the United States navy and ations f?,', he maximum flood prom- Broughton! Christie, Hays, Keyser, Section 3. That the City of Pensa t.i jt :;. 1 :' i I ii,. ,;1 ,.

: 'I' Liverpool Stipendiary: led! out, and he was shot by Smith i is now used to transport supplies to ised by the weather bureau. The Mover, Mcllugh, Merivvether, Reilly cola( shall have the right at its option, 1 i :' \\1. "
and Wright present | and it shall be in the bonds }. ,.H I! I f,
Otto Monson, weather is clear stipulated .. :
and
! < "relay and fell overboard, and as he floated the different squadrons. Her usefulness sunshiny. .
"' The mayor stated the object to be to call in and pay off any amount of d ; .
:- I :. Fl.hr, 10, Gustav Uau, :29! past, Rau, Monson, and Smith fired in this respect during the Span Trouble Is still, being experienced the consideration of. the ordinance said bonds that it may determine not ; I '. ; .

.:.. \', tn. Smith, 30, were charged at him in the water. Two hours ish-American war has become a matter with reckless craft in the river which exceeding one-tenth of the total I t
giving certain rights to the Pensacola "
'. .1 t I Iith having on the high afterwards the captain was led out of history:: and the example set by exceed the speed allowed by the gov- amount of the issue at the expiration '.: L"t r :

,.j i:. ."li'red,I Captain Alexander of his cabin, and he was shot in the her use and that of her sister ships ernor's proclamation. In other yearsof Electric and Terminal Railway of every five years after the date of t i'f
Company, and for the preparation of. the issue, until the maturity of said H P' ,! ,
.J.\ tor Mate A McLcod, Second temple by Rau, and his body thrown has been adopted by foreign navies. flood it has not been an altogether
I the bond ordinance, which had been bonds; and, whenever the city shall .I:. ,
_:; Kr. d Abrahamson:; and Gus overboard by Rau and Smith.. Later This is also a matter of historical in- i rare occurrence that people living previously submitted in skeleton exercise the right to call m and pay tJ; 1-1' { :' .

. r., .. ". Julien Parson, Alec Bravo in the evening Thomas was led out terest. along the levees have taken into off any of the said bonds, as aforesaid, 1...,.. : ..

.:. i't'! Iw>oran, able seamen of the and ordered to make supper. Being The Culgoa is loaded to her capacity their own hands the enforcement of form. an equal amount shall be called in and '" ,t t 1' I 1 < .t" ,. 1 .

, :-hip Vcropica.: Monson, in fear of his life he decided to makeup t with needed supplies for the fleet the proclamation by the use of rifles, Alderman Wright, of the franchise paid- off from each series as nearly as I. J l' ,:il;
committee, stated that the report on possible, and bonds called in aforesaid ;'j ; k' .
} lan: arc Germans and to the Prisoners and armed members I ]here and will (distribute same probably and threats along that line are being the ordinance relating to the Elec shall be determined by lot. "p', t J. 'I I Ii ,

. aDutclman.: Mr. Truh1>haw of the crew. He succeeded in.. |I beginning this afternoon. Suppliesare made now. It may be said, however, The Board of Bond Trustees! shall ,.f fit : ; ,;',

on bi-'ulf' of the Treasury being so "chummy" with them that I i of provisions for the most part, that the large majority of steamboatand tric Street Railway, was not yet cause a notice to be published for a : p ,'
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Clarke appeared for Monson thpy allowed him to be present while and every ship of the fleet will receive steamship men are obeying the 'ready, and suggested that the matterbe period of thirty days in a newspaper -t It. '
taken up at a special session, published' in the City of Pensacola, .:, I '" ,. ''
nr. they related what had taken place its proportionate share.J. instructions of the authorities.
which was agreed to. giving the series and the number of f ;' j !
nibshnvv stated that he did He was made to go on his knees and Good:: reports come of the condi- each bond called in, as aforesaid, and 1. "' y .1
The bond ordinance, together with
-0 to oner any evidence swear that he would not divulge B. ROBERTS tion of the levees in the Pontchartrain: all bonds so called in and described ;J I 11 i

i','hr. Thf.t prisoner was anything that he had seen or heard. IS GETTING BETTER.. district on the east bank of the river the estimates and plans submitted by in said notice shall cease to draw interest ::,. z' ;i

."harged. tau[ and Smith made up a storyt1'liielt from Eaton Rouge to New Orleans. Engineer Farquhar, was then taken after the date they are required : I! +Ii;
up, the estimates going into the de 'by said notice to be presented for pay ;" ,', ; '1
ivv then proceeded to they were all to tell when this They are nosv undergoing a severe ; ,'
Encouraging: reports emanated tails of the work to be done, and howit meet / .1. ,
.' for the prosecution hey were picked up, and some of morning from the bedside of County ( strain, but President Leake still be- Section 4. That .the form of said i' i

w,ire alleged to have the men were made to repeat the Commissioner J. B. Roberts who had lIe\'l's that the entire system will be was to be accomplished. bonds shall be as hereafter provided I.. :

.1' the nth of Decem- tory, while Uau stood over them ill for the several held. The :Mississippi Valley and VIKMI the conclusion of the reading! by ordinance, recommended< by tho a J I
been seriously past of the latter, Alderman Reilly moved, Board of Bond Trustees. Said bond : ; I
of the British w'ould ""i :
.sage with a revolver, threatening to shoot Illinois Central railroads which ,
days. The gentleman's many friends in order to get the matter beforu the shall be issued on the. .day. . ., .... 1 I' I, i
-n, Ship Island to them and this to the ef- both be affected serious breakin 1 .. : t
story was by any
learnthat i A. I). 1903: at such time thereafter
in the city will be overjoyed to hotly, that the city be landed in the or \i I
-' :::'? a ship of Hurt feet that had died of ,
: one man yellow i t'ti1territory, are cooperatingsith as the Council may provide by ordi j. .
his physician permission to
." i of lumber. All f fever,* that the mate fell from the gave the levee board and the planters in sum of $75.000.; not including the nance, and, except as herein other 174,1 I 1' .I' !.
let the sick man have anything he t
.: .: 1 h of December, mast, and that everything went right the work of strengthening the line. taking: up of the present indebtedness wise pro'ided.th(')' shall become due I r ja I# j
wanted to eat, which is regarded as: making a total of I about $1otOt10.' > and payable fifty years after the date '. J
'. u .- formed by the fire after Levee Breaks, Lands. \
\\i t until the ship caught Flooding .
an excellent sign of his early recovery. The motion prevailed. of their issue and each of the said ..
pt- : : .1:.1 I u it-: 10 murder cer- which they lost sight of the captain's His friends now hold out theho"e Vicksburg, Miss., March 24.-Thirty bonds shall draw interest from the 'f : a 1..1
The bond ordinance was then takenup
n::, s.' f'. r- ,.: 'In' crew. They boat in the smoke and darkness. Because that he will be able to be out j thousand acres are flooded tonight;: by date of issue at the rate of four per 'j l.t't. ".' "

'. ii' .. t am-d themselves Bravo and Johansen coula not the breaking of a protection levee by sections, each passed upon centum per annum, payable semi- -II J q '
within a few days. and in places where blanks had been annually. The principal and interest :: s J 4
\', I I ...u112'10: early morning remember the story they were both around Lacona Circle, /irk., tssenty '. i
of said bonds shall be in coin < 4 ,
left for the filling in of figures for the payable :J .
"'s;1 ',"I P""lIlhl.r" a seaman shot and thrown overboard. In the MAKING TRACKS five miles north of Rosedale, Miss. various public improvements, tho money of the United tSates of America 1; i I

I I' '. i \lil'l, wag known asRan end the ship was fired, and after The crevasse, according to a Rose- at the office of the City Treasurer in i' '11' [ I

:', I. !i- '1 ;th,' lts kout. drifting about for fire days, theyreached TOWARD FLOMATON, dale special to the Horald, is several j i council decided upon the amount of the City of Pensacola, or at a lank in ; ;j ., : t J

and I each.It the City of Pensacola. as may be de j f )..!t J"
t' I :.r : ,iimu'hed| him a desolate island, called Ca- hundred yards -aide. So suddenly didthe ; I
1'nited States Deputy Marsha was then decided to hold a special signated by the ordinance recommended ; t !.I
,%, i.n\er.-ation with jiieira Island. Raa ordered the provisions water rush through that the poo- .
Wharton, upon) complaint of the Oer session next Thursday night for by the Board of Bond Trustees pre'i. J ) I
I Paddy, senseless to be thrown out of the boat pie living in the inundated territory scribing the form of said bonds. -l !f. i
man and Norwegian consuls, traced< the of placing this ordinance<
I: in a belaying pin. in order that it might appear when had to flee in great haste, taking refuge purpose I. Section 5, That, for the purpose of 1 .j! .:, ;' fr-'ltl it
three deserters yesterday and landed its first and second readings. /
!'. !.! ''il a locker with rescued that they were destitute. on the government: levee s In the oil paying the principal and interest of 4. : 'R (
them safely! in the county jail where Before Alderman Reilly ;;f! U- << I
I adjourning the bonds herein provided for, the entire : ;
i a! .HIT him. Hearing thre the 1 .
remaining on
After flays they sill be held! until their respe rear.A moved that a committee, consisting of I taxable property within the City ) : 'f: I

i in inrsvard. Paddy island they were picked, up by the I tiseessels are ready to sail.! special to the Herald from Mo'nroe. the major and three members be appointed of Pensacola is hereby pledged, and it 't J.r'! :. .' ':

,, :.1 .cud asked for steam<;hij/ Brunswick and brought to La., says: Secretary Speed this shall be the duty of the Major and the I, The first nun: arrested was IlermaPeitrich "Fill : to gather data regarding the Council of the City of Pensacola to 1'f.. : .. .riI t
iiik him on Liverpool.! During the voyage the evening received the following: If
a fireman from the (;('1 man Indian war claim fiui'i, now held I bj levy annually such special tax on all ';' 'f,. '. 6.: :
; killing under control, bank
\ :n I ig pal, conimale a statement to the captainof i ton ake levee ..
steamship Gamma. lie was captured: the state, $jUIi'U( sv.ci: I thrown OUTIN the who rejorted the matterto ( safe and a large torce at work; rise fflNii
ship
limits of said city as be r
yesterday near Flomaton. the city. This data is to be presentedto may necessary i t
'., apJlrtla'IH'lltall the! British consul at LLsbon. The i of one-tenth. Other conditions good"Water to pay the interest on said bonds and ; ;. .
At two o'clock this morning Ilalfor.l riscambia's representatives, in order '
'.i.i li.aiieJ revolvers three prisoners made various statements is reported running over the to provide a sinking fund for the pay ", '; i, J :
Bernstein and Tnos. Tordsen, that they may be prepared when ment of the principal thereof and all .' t
J.
i>'hThe mate in- to members of the Brunswick'screw. levee at Boggy Bayou, Ark., and a ; \ ,
deserting seamen from the Norwegian the legisature convenes to fight for money raised by taxation, or otherwise t "a
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!1' :,!y was, and Ran after the arrest in Liverpool I !,large force has been hurried there to ;; t' J' t 1.
bark Saga, were caught at BluffSprings Pensacala's rights. for the payment of t.,e interest "
u tto a belaying pin, Rau ask'dht're is the cook?" AD-.top and strengthen the levee. or principal, of said bonds shall, when ', ': ', J
and returned to the city. :
.'- ad. and that mark And one of the other prisoners said High northeasterly winds last night TLe following is the bond ordinanceas i collected, be paid to the Pond Trustees f ; I F tj i if i.
the the men were badly wanted.! prepared last night, though it i51 of the City of Pensacola who f 1 =I
Smith: knocked "I did not think he was so mart and today caused much uneasiness for ''I!
possible that amendments may be shall, with the approval of the City i i. a, J i ;r
\. s and he was flour had made statement whicn the safety of the levees, but reports 1 t
a 11- .
ADMIRAL BAKER WILLRELIEVE I Council, invest the same, or so much h
.ml Next Rau and : from the front tonight state that the made to it at the special session! : t t
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corroborated the evidence of Thomas thereof as may be advisable, in either I !! : ;: '

<: 1 to have fired two the cook, up to the hilt, and on i HIGGINSON.A embankments are splendidly standingthe AN ORDINANCE bonds of the city, United States gov I ,

-. mil mate, who rushedtr'ain's hat ground the! Crown had thoughtit strain. This! fact is taken as a ernment, or state and county. '.; .
from Washington to the Section 6. That said bonds shall be '.
dispatch
v
cabin shout- advisable to call him for the hopeful augury and the feeling Is returning To Provide for the Issuance of Bonds
issued in the of the of Pen- ,
name City
1 am New York Herald : Under the Provisions of Chapter ; ,
: bird) captain, ircsecution. rays that the Yazoo delta will be t' '
sacola. They shall be signed by the ," = c
of Florida of 1091, Entitled
:tn\.' it was suggested: Moses Thomas, the colored rook Rear Admiral Barker, who has spared from further trouble. 5037 Laws"An Act to Authorize the Mayor, countersigned by the President ; 1', =
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.nn that the captain of the Veronica, was called, and bore I been detached from command of the The river rose here one-tenth today of Pensacola to Issue Negotiable of the Board of Bond Trustees, and i P .r.
City
'" but was on a I is 51.4 six feet and four- attested by the City Clerk under the ; : a '
cabin, out the main features of the opening New York navy yard, will remain on and now Bonds for Certain Municipal '
corporate seal of the shall it Jt' )
: "I' Julius Portion; was itatement. lIe said that when Rau I waiting orders until May 1, when, it tenths above the danger line. Purposes and to" Provide a Board of be numbered in the city.order They in which A 1

in attacked, Flohr, threatened to shoot him Smith said,'.| ]is expected he will assume commandof Special River Bulletin Whereas Bond Trustees., The Mayor and Council of they are issued, and shall have interest i;

: .Mims. striking him "It is a pity to kill the poor cook; the North Atlantic squadron, succeeding Washington, March 25.-The river the City of Pensacola deem it advisable coupons attached, payable at the end 4

1'I'ill a belaying pin. he has done nothing. After the captain Rear Admira IFrancis J. at Memphis has now fallen one foot that negotiable coupon bonds of of periods of six months from the date : r 1

i. :',. of the wheel, and and second mate were shot Rau Hig in on.When below the maximum stage of 40.1 feet, the City of Pensacola should be issued of tees said shall bond.offer The said Board bonds of for Bond sale Trus-by i, .'.: t 1 ran, }'

'j i was standing at the look possession ofhe ship and Rear Admiral Francis J. but continues to rise below. for the purposes and amounts hereinafter notice published in a newspaper pub' t r
I
'J' 'rmk the captain taught witness how to steer. This Higginson:; is relieved, on May 1, of At Vicksburg, the stage this morning Chapter enumerated 5087,, under Laws the of Florida provisionsof of lisped in the City of Pensacola, and: e 1 1; ;u"d i

fired is 51.4 feet and at New Oreans in a newspaper published in each of
.' him, and also made him
he did for days. Rau command of the North Atlantic squadron 1901, entitled: "An Act to authorise
I rise of .1 foot at each the following citiesew York, =1 z,, f,
theriiMi'd :21.1! feet, a place
fell down
i iptain Pensacola to issue
of of negotiable
he would nothing will the City
that he
swear say by Rear Admiral Barker, ; N. Y.; Chicago, Ill.; St. Louis, Mo.. (
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cabin, since Tuesday morning. The river Bonds for certain Municipal 4
into his Rau said if he : 7 '
what had commandant ]
happened. -
probably be assigned as and calling for sealed bids for said i :
the will continue to rise slowly at both Purposes, and to Provide a Board of I 4 4
'Mi' :nate was at did no one would believe him, as of the Washingtonavy yard, relieving bonds thirty days after the day to be
ii was attacked the above named places, and the crest Bond Trustees; therefore, specified in said notice. On the day 16 '
again
he was a colored man, and they were Rear Admiral Terry, for -whomno Be it Ordained by the Mayor and 4i f
: ? 'board.\ : During all this the will probably pass Helena about Fri specified In said notice, the Board of o;ti l
white and would all swear same assignment has yet been decided Council of the City of Pensacola: $
Bond Trustees at a meeting to be held : .b o
Thomas, was in his thing. Rau repeated the story he upon. Rear Admiral Higginson! desired day or Saturday.If Section 1. That negotiable coupon the city hall in the city of Pensa- .d o tat

.. ,I awakened, by hearing': had made up two or three times a I to be appointed chairman of the bonds of the City of Pensacola shall cola, shall publicly open and read all g t

a\ .i,i someone shouting. day, and with a revolver in hand said lighthouse board, but this post will Your Physician be issued as hereinafter and provided amounts for bids received; but none of said bonds .

,. 'ain." I am shot." Ran he would shoot any man who misseda probably be given to Rear Admiral precribes a milk diet, for its easy the enumerated several, as purposes follows: shall accrued be Interest.sold for The less Board than par of Bond and k { I i A t

"I 1 have killed the cap"I I word. Johanssen and Bravo could Watson upon the retirement of Rear digestibility it will be well to use For the purpose of purchasing, or Trustees shall bare the right to reject + '.t t

_. i officer, and boatswain. not remember the tale. The former Admiral Remey, the present chair Borden's Peerless Brand Evaporated constructing Waterworks, the sum any and all bids and to readvertlse .

-"dy I left now but the was shot in the head by Smith, and man.. Cream to get a rich, deliciously fla- of $250,000 or so much thereof as may for sale, and sell from time to time, fJ3IIany

1 cook barricaded his ordered wIt- vored milk food, perfectly sterilized, be necessary. of said bonds remaining unsold.
Ran, who was looking on,
( For the purpose of constructing, or
Section 7. That all bonds when
'
," : K.IU threatened to shoot ness to clear! away the blood. Two according to latest sanitary methods. providing, a system of sewerage and engraved, or Issued, shall be placed, by r4 V t

c. .' !\r tally the cook left his: days afterward Flohr shot Bravo and He had no revolver. He had not concocted Lay In a supply for all kinds of ex.pedition drainage, the sum of $20,000, or so the Board of Bond Trustees In such :

.. ..' -.iw flan with a revolver also pointed at witness a revolver the same story. ]. Avoid unknown brands. much thereof as may be necessary.For bank, or banks, or other depository ; x _,

t ; ,,' '!.'!'ra. Thomas: beseeched which snapped twice.Crossexamined Prisoner Rau-You tell the biggestlies. the purpose of paving and other- as shall be designated by said Board 'T 1 1
F' wise improving streets and public ways and the Council of t'
the
City of Pensa
< K.ll him and Prisoner of Dr. Kilmer's!
witness sample bottles!
Rau
by the the sum of $200,000, or as
; of city
g.; ,
cola by a majority vote of /
all the t
,\.".' : .' .. '. in the appeal saying, denied that he had told them the Prisoner Monson-He is a liar Swamp-Root the great kidney, liver much thereof as may be necessary ambers or both bodies in joint meeting i r

....: -. :the cook he has done noih- other r"uo'Wl're going to till them.Burnett'a :Mr. Clark did not crossexaminethe and bladder remedy, are being distributed For the purpose of purchasing, or and all money received from the n tat ..

i.' ', saving searched him to cook. here from house, free. Have constructing, an electric light plant, or sale of said bonds shall be deposited ,

.. .m a revolver, told Thomas The were then remandedfor received one? other Illuminating works!, the sum of by the Board of Bond Trustees with (' :
prisoners you
has
Vanilla Extract outlived
much thereof be ?
$50.000, or so as may such t t
.* and depository, or depositories, aJt
i Mlim. he was told criticism It la the finest and purest a week. Malta-Vita. Shredded Wheat Biscuits necessary.For t 4.:1J: ; j ,

silt bo spared. The cook vanilla extract that can be bought I and Force with Cream at So'' the purpose! of constructing, or c

- coffee, which, however, Once tried always used. See Hudgin new style of label. Oman's. i providing, a city hall building, the sum Continued on Sixth page.) J

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cares liarrlira idol AVind Colic. It relief's
h l modem commerce to attain permanentlyto Tth..
universal! acceptance. However loudly J ,, Baseball League will be held in jug Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the

Veradedthepmayaoitopeforworld-wide 4: Best t Pensacola. It will be at this meeting Ntouiach and HoweK K'i\ins healthy and natural sleep,
j unless they meet wti! tho ri The Cliildreii's 1'.utncea-The 31othcr's Friend
preeminence ,;; t II that the franchise will be awarded to
general approval not of Individuals! only, b + v'
: ; the various cities that desired in Kind You
are The Have
but of the many who have the happy :; Familu> Always BoughsBears
faculty of selecting enjoying anj learning <: the league.
the real worth of the choicest prod:1 / ; This information was received i the Signature of
ucts. Their commendation consequently, r 'P. '
becomes important to others, since to Laxative> E_ j yesterday by John G. Oliver, who was

meet the requirements of the well Informed appraised of the fact by J. M. Timber-
of all countries the method of ts. stcr
lake who is working the Montogoffl-
; manufacture must La of the most perfect -
r order and the combination the most 1-= )' ery end of the league. Telegrams

excellent of Its kind. The above Is! true have been sent to all persons interested 1)
of food but Is +,.
pot products only especially
applicable to medicinal agents and in the organization calling In Use For Over 30 Years
4
utter nearly a quarter of a century oC SYRUP OF FIGS I .. r. them to meet Sunday at Hotel Escam- ,.wr "r..u. "0......,. it .u... ....rnt arw.o., r.,..,
't growth and general use the excellent t -
remedy Syrup of Figs, Is everywhere !w bia.It
t accepted throughout the world as the f? is onssible, if the cities of Pen-
best of family: laxatives.! Its quality is is sacola Mobile
4 Montgomery and el- "
due not only to the excellence of the k = : ; :'1'; W. B. WRIGHT GOfflPflJili
ma so desire to make the league a
combination of the laxative and
ante prlncplcs of plants known carminRecommended; byv ) : ) i six-club one taking in Eiibley and another -I \ t : ,

most beneficially on the system and presented :,'. i Rood Alabama town but this is \\i\ 1\ UjJ. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALFK-S: INl
in the form of a pleasant and refreshing ,, i( ..
liquid! but to the method ,,.Vi ii not looked upon favorably so far it

0 ft manufacture of the Cal.fi/rnia; FIg J; Manu Millionsof ,,>. being the prevailing opinion that a I ?:f LUMBER, LATHS

a;L Syrup Cu.. which ensures that un.formi- # league composed of four cities can not
ty anj purity tsst.nt.al In a remedy Intended / Jj' :
( fine article of ball, but SAWED CYPRE iM 6llIGL1VUIIa; .
fur family use. Ak any physician i A V' only put up a 'Ji1; t nt t ::1 :
13, who Is well informed and he still a receive the necessary support with
answer at once that It U an excellent _- -=-"' PE ACOr.A. FLAwA1J
short
y. from
I ;: : only jumps one city to
The WellInformedThroughout
i laxative. If at all eminent In his pro- :
: the other.
rp fession and has mad a special study of t.,' -
''' laxatives and their effocts upon the system 3.. This will bo definitely decided
i he will tell ;you that it is the best } I AND wmjj
however at the meeting Sunday. Officers

of family laxatives, because it is simple t the World t I
and wholesome anti cleanses and of the league will also be elected
I
sweetens the system lftcetu.lllyhl'n v.; and a schedule committee ap WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH; LA nGP.R TIUDf
A laxative is needed, without any unpleasant j' ""
after-effects. Every \\'(Ii-in- Manufactured bu y pointed. The league moguls I will have THIS WINTER THAN EVE .fEF( RESEND

formed druggist l of reputable standing: I to work hard and fast to get their respective -

knows that Syrup of Figs is an excellent clubs in condition to open US YOUR ORDERS NCW
laxative! and la glad to sell It, at "" '
K 1 the regular price of fifty cents per bottle the season" on the lath; of next month

f because it gives general satisfaction AliERNIASan 1G iiU From two to four representativeswill Thompson, Olsen & C 1
but one should
remember that in
come from each of the cities to

j order of to Figs cet itrhois beneficial effects ofByrup attend this meeting, :\..* aI Manresa Street, Telephone 14 i.
to preparations
necessary buy the __ n___ ___ ___ =
genuine which Is sold in original pack- and plans will bo mapped out =
}k4 ages only; the name of the remedy- Francisco. Cal.tYl' ESTABLISHED 1862.
before leave
they; for their homes.
Syrup of Figs and alo
the full name of Louisville Ky. New York. N. Y.
be Company-California Fig- Syrup Co. The Pensacola fans will hold another

i -printed on the front of every package. FOB SALE STALL LEADING DRUGGIsTS PRICE FIFTY CEXTS PER BOTTLE meeting tomorrow night when McKENZIE OERTING & CODIALIR9 ,

ItktJ final action will he t,ken in regard to
a : Itr-- 0
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Vf 3 the Pensacola franchise Today and

H, fJij I,Mrs. N. Bowers will have her openIng LETTERS OF A KING i tomorrow the soliciting committeewill Ship Chandlery and General Wmare< 1

," 'l. \, of new Spring Millinery, Tuesday, 10 HIS HEIR. TWO WHITE work hard in securing the money ,,

!; Wednesday and that is necessary:; and immediately after eon AND 005 d. PALAKOI STIIKET.N .
;; !rrt Thursday March 24
Brussels March .-The police arq the meeting correspondence will -.A.GENOV
25 and 26. U' ... __ __ __
11'J{ ?? searching for a book called "Les Carnets MEN RAISE be opened with a number of fast players REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A.ROEBLINO'S SODS CO.!

ilr Ill! IUii," (Memoranda of a king: I who are anxious to sign with UALVANIZKD WIRE ROPE, A. RU+SEL A :\'PUMPS,

'/ 1 known If you want your business to be an unauthorized; publication of the I Pensacola.! Oflicers of the league will ;nt 'er g'.l f8kI'' h. Silt, Pa t:11! lurg! ltl, Chits, irtkin, fh'tXJMPAHSFH. !
advertise in THE
;11' NEWS. instructions King Leopold meant tn i ROUGH HOUSE : also he elected at the mee'ting. and LiUaj. F.Ti.;

: leave to his grandson and A'ir. U\ i representatives to the league meei-
I
C. MsXanzie:
I Oertfns Collecting Agent! for Bar Pilots' Benevolent A'M
We will launder your spreads tot <;-)111"> hook or crook the memoranda I -- ill!!; Sunday selectedI ciation.

(J:, ;1' 15 cents each and make them lout fell) into the hands of a Paris publish LOVE l I li i is the intention of the Pensacola I ,
f like uw. Htar Lauudry. SANDERS AND ALEX BELL
1! ( r. They are "hot &tu.T': and the IH>- fans to have the Pensacola! team not THE
....{. ,. GARDEN SECTION
...... .1. lice are paying as much a-s one hundred CAUSED TROUBLE AT A NEGRO only sinned; Imt in good shape to

Ji MEAT & MALT has a marvelou francs per copy if it can't be obtainiM BALL LAST NIGHT. start the season off at a fas' clip when oOFoPensacola

3 dietetic value. While refreshing and cheaper. Packages: !: arriving by I it opens on the loth; of next month.

: pleasant to take, it helps assimilation mail an'I through; the custom house FloridaNear
f'i of food. Sold by ,
A BAD COMPLEXION.
I are vigorously gt-an-lad for this forbidden
:
0 DANNHEI'SSER: I1R0. Lon' Sanders and Alex. Bell, two ----
p _. lit -nture Pimples, blackheads and muddy East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
voting white: uu-n. were aniOn:; the at-
1 II complexion, which are so common
ii-ndaais at a ne?ro ball!! given in Ituss -
among boys and girls at a certain
f CASTORIA (t 1r.Seaioltdbfe ,I ,'" hall last night, and as result of i j i age, indicate a torpid liver. A courseof Beautiful Lots for Sale.

ih ir had ('on.luluring\ their stay at'' HCPAT1CURA will cleanse thes'stcm

.V For Intants and Children. reasonable tin' (place hey wore arrested and loch; ; regulate the bowels and liver 0x137feet at from $76 to $200 each, ficcord

J'' The Kind You Have Always Bougn; 'I I'd up in the city jail. l(, !and ion. produce Sold by a all clear druggists., healthy complex- I I inn to location and surroundings.
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In the
mayor's court this
mornin:;; |
f.! Bears tae A cc Sandt. < was chargedith MRK\\ Exception'illy Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

.r( ,.:. JLtureO! 1 "# drunk cursing; and interfering with an !| Malta-Vita Shredded Wheat BiS.1 High Dry Fertile Lands.
) 'cuits and Force with Cream at Sol- .
I -
; 1 ofiicer. He was fined $1;;. Hell was' i!
-1K ---- Oman's.
I charged with interfering with an offiicer I The grandest opportunity for investment ever
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J DBK RG INS !;I and he was sentenced to O I) days. :, offered in Pensacola.

in jail. I DR. F. E. BRUCE --
Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
-FOR- Clarence Has returned and resumed
practice. ---
M was also given CD days on the ,

IT;;"* SATURDAY MARCH 21! TO MARCH 27 1903. same charge lie was with Sanders: I Office 2Xlu West Government, ht., A. V Clubbs

1 and Bell: and helped them in their t-f I Salisbury: BuildluTeephone \\. I iA

forts to create a "roitsh!: house." I} 14G.t11) Corner Garden and Brit Streets.
it II
: Remember, these goods at the prices quoted I I I

'rI:1 What's in a Name? i =GOLAYGtfist o. I P.O. BRENT, WM II KNIWLlr.H, W. K, HYEB, JK., J. Ii, KEfcKEProailent.
below have to be seen to be appreciated. : Vce-Preslddnt. Ca.blll' An't C..blerOF
Everything Is in the name when It i and Corn {Meal dills'

comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. '
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Do\Vitt & Co., of Chicago, discovered, JI.F. GONZALEZ A CO., Props, Firsi FiTationa] anll
i Ladies' Full Bleached Vests, the I((40 in all Wool, Extra fine Twill ;

10c. grade . . . . 5c i iLadies' Serge, 75c value at. . 49c yd some years ago how to make a salve; KaauUctcrertUHO1CK ; :
I from Witch Hazel that : MF.AL AND FUCBGIOL'Nt9TCCx
is a specific
I Full Bleache Vests, the i 100 Ladies Grey Walking Skirts
for Piles. For blind bleeding, Itcho I FKKI
15c. grade, at..8 1.3c good value at $1.50 our price 98 : ing and protruding Tiles, eczema > Paroolse Home Industry, for there i. PZNSACOLA.. !"LA.I .
-1 II Ladies' Short Waist Corsets. 50 Ladies' All Wool Grey Walking cuts, burns bruises and all skin dis-l i every resnon you bboulu boy YIurle..llo: ..'

.1 JI White only. . . . . 24c Skirts. Latest style at . 24c eases, DeWitt's Salve has no eri'ial.' for took by rfedlrom 10 doing! you this encoarnt Hone Macutactcrer bcmiilUitDt I HXRELEOU? C11C1t 5iT
tE 200 yards Embroideries. Edges 50 Ladies' All Wool Etamine Walking This has given riso to numerous \oarmoDeylbleItlDtbe commuultjlocyoa ;. a. xr.owiE3, "" A. .'T, F. o. m"V"TT. "Y. Y. JJYK" r
worthless counterfeits. Ask for De- m tolL art Indirectly beLefiel
:j6 .t and Insertions. Big value, yard 5c Skirts, colors grey and tan, U's-the genuine. Hargis Phar IE ooterlcg the borne manctActQr rut I D. fI. BRENT,

s Men's. Ladies' and Children's priced at. . . . . $U9 macy, John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn.' 30jrhu'e to tb' cuoseof Ubor, loa uv I
It to iteconsmnnitj in whloh UTS art
von
xr ,, fast black and tan hose worth Ladies White Lawn Shirt Waists wb'rb erg,trlho+eetofonr.aaport.VUtsKLY lt '
I r i ui a feii t! t Este Ul !
'lc 15c, cut to, pair. . . 8 1.3c I embroidered front. Latest out m r g, 9 IP 4 lei

+ 10 doz Gent's Night Shirts Big I at. . . . Age, 74c and 99c I' : '\ : "+C1U e.. 1: r 9 3 EJ

; value at. . . . . . 49c 10 doz Laundried Colored I VOR aTr..BIDI i't .r'. !
i 8aOr ,jC"\Vo Craw oar ova Bills of hxchau/e on Great Brlalt r, _:
,fp 10 doz. Ladies'TabCollars.the lOch Shirts . . . . 25c i I PL'\d:1tJOtu1 iLBCTlilTttf: Iltt a I I
I France Aftrla Holland Nri
Germany, : Italy:: Kpain, JJaijj-lrjn Knwaj. kind at. . . . . . 5c 10 doz Gent's Pat. Elastic Seam UAILWAY COM .'AM
i I i STTelen, DenmErk: and other European conntrlea.
10 doz Ladies'ApliqueTab, Drawers at. . . . . 39c Trsint ware Yen aoola 'or tSt .:.>),

K 25c goods, at. . . . 10cGent's 50 doz Gent's Lace Stripe Balbriggan /? tistic hoto 9 aph9 : ,and hsyou.KU tort tlar Bayoori.rrlegsnaa.r.aaCM at ". ''I j-rVssaela; Disbursed upon the Mot Faicrcble Terras, fii.3 ,*:1:1:
i OtU iratioaa: Taken Payable at Port of eatiration Ten Fltsee' J- )Jl
and Ladies' Hemstitched Shirts and : l:3o am.arriveitFort B rr ncn :'..t or
Drawyers. Big I
: 10:'" a.m..rrl\"e at Fort hnrriccai 10:40 a.' after Vessel Arriyea there.
Handkerchiefs at . . 8 1.3c i value at 75c suit our price 49Gent's 20tS; S. P.llilStn'ct.. lu l p.TU.Arrl"e at tort LarrettcM IM [

i1 22x54 inch Extra Heavy Cotton Extra Heavy Blue Overallsand tl I --. I :16p.3:1>1I p,m.m.arr.vt'at arrIV"IH Yort Fort B fiarraujiis rracas!
Towels, at . . . 8 1-3c I Jumpers with or without ;H:\JIt'\I: KltKNCH: sCl4b:lU1 "j-! 'stp.m.arrrcealkortt'.arrenu (:* 3.? I with which we have. Priva 'partment for th'of ,, UII
q1 frame leer Fort ;..rrllCU 'ortin
; Ladies' Girdle Summer Corsets Aprons at. . . . .98c suit cola at i Rentore.i .

at . . . . . . 49c 401 none Better Extra Heavy Blue I Following i ithe schedule of the TWft.n. mve n P"noct'la. ":f e, .. II I I _
rnmentt't 'amer General French lli<> p m. arrive: Pbn.aco--.Ua. t a
See our line of White Mercerized Overalls and Jumpers. union S:0 p. m.arrlT at 1'030.0110_ 9F i
which THE NEWS print for the \.00 p m arrive at eata'-oli __. ke t I DR. lNG'STRY PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Waisting nothing newer out at made warranted fast colors I benefit of the merchant who nip: I] 1:<<1 p. m. arrive a PJoucola Tf.... .
. . . . 15 and 25c yd and not to rip at . $1.98 suit their goods to the carious army :45p. m. rr ITI!It Peaucoa: a 3'J ,. NEW DISCOVERY M- .-. .
'Natardgs or.ITFABI '
10 pcs Mercerized Madras Ginghams Ladies 4 Strap patent Colt's Skin posts: I PCS WEEK: : DATS I W. C. ROWE, M. D.

at. . . . 19c. the yd Sandals, the latest creation and L..a"ea p..n.Act'Ola. .... r...._. 1:00 a. m. Pens.DOlato Fort darraccKi FOR THAT COLD. .
i Leaves Harran'.15........ ......__._ T?;'. am'LOIa : >> rc'nri II, I Office: 17X S. l'alafox.Honrtfromgto9:5)s.m.and
100 pieces figured Lawns and Dimities i the same $2.25. Our \... Picfceus 9:,u 8. m: iPen'aeetatoNevyYin fctid return-.p i TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. III
j you pay I i ren>a>:ola to Palmetto Kcioti and retry :; I to'P
Leave ItarraacA4 .. ... ..... ......_. 9ra.m. 11
new patterns at. .5c the yd price. . . . . . $1.4Ladies' 9) L area Pen.*cola .. __._ ._.10:15 a. m. !It,nAY lOBIDCDC, j Cures Consumption.Coughs, and after o'clock
25 pieces Madras Ginghams new Oxfords. Sandals and Colonials Arrives Knrr c.css 11:10 a. m. and then W'len weather permits tbe rnnnlaj copen Colds :Bronchitis Asthma
xtkes a trip to Fort McKce and then rw i coacheii. I ,
stripes and checks at. . . 9c in all the latest :arn. to narranees.Leaves I Phone OJ3.
shapes, i Barrancas .. ........ ..... .._. 1:1:1 p. m I! Leave x'fctaolt. 1.' Yon Barflu" ncumoni ,Hay F crcrPleu-
40 in all Wool Cheviot Serge. 75c I| plain and patert tips at L.aves Pick..ns .. .. ... I.33 p. m : Va.ro. 10 a, m. I
. . . . Levres Hen,,'>ola .. ... ... ..... 4.80 p m. Hi.o. I'm. Irisy i LaGrippe, Hoarseness,
grade at. 49c yd .75c S9c $1.25 ar.d $1.50 the paiIlUn1.WJi1' r Leaves Pieken .. .. .._ Si50 m lp.r tpr JOHN S. BEARD
1 Arrlv Hirranfn :1:'* p. m. and maf <>"' I > p.w Ipt Sore Throat, Croup and
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j f .r'o to lcR.'.. and return I S ; 'n p. re. ATTORNEYATLAT.Ofnce .
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01'Vdnt>-" rye n1.1 "; 'itard n'" th"ioitvri'1 0. !'1 pro, Whoopb Cough.
I O'Jo I y.m, II :'M Thieaen Uui.i'
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lip
: Flit", :l ".'lV" Iitrr.'V -H* v a Pikj ea '. tywi NO CURE. iJOPAY.rHI. : .
F. E. BRAWN j I jn* for P'-n,ipr-la at rt'V) p.n.. i iI r..srcaer'rn.essrwi.rr '!' ; Piica Ear.. : T.H.: riTLESFPEE OfEcn HonM-S:30 a. m. t..
i The General French !+ for larEe1i' 1"-\
t I arms I tcrdx- r re.rn._.__ _.. _.. : '" I 2::% p. m. to 6:30 p. m.
se {'Or.IY'nj outsider .
pirp' -x;
i y must 1''a3' 1" :c. Pstrp: co J sat lell CI.anID? ladies -kirw ana waldlrt ,
::1 and fed'i
Icy S. Pahfox( St. j lire a from the .. Pitlc lQ % tate
pa ___
quatermastet: rra ___ IFSa t fine of OT splclalties.otu! : Laan i All bu io"- -ntrntt-d to mi w
coke p-i : : feefthl erred aUerl:1h m prom..t and lihgsat attentioa.

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THE DAILY NEWSI PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA. THURSDAY MARCH 28,19O3.
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THE TUG ECHOIN I a seasonable 411 1 } Itj 1flt: I

reasonable 1 'tt I j }
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COL S T8A T HANG ON -A-STORM 1 h I I I rcc I'I'I'2"4: ',J, { ,,' '.!.,;.11 1.ill]io. -,' i1 f"!, :.J 1'Pt' .



On the night of the 12ih.:! the tug -.. \ "'i'. bf" .r ,

frequently settle on the lungs and result in Pneumonia or Consumption. Do not take chances on a cold wearing Echo left IVnsacoIa for Philadelphia, I J. : F("'}(o ,. :"f n lIlt I

away or take something that only half cures it, leaving the seeds of serious throat and lung trouble.LEY'S and hating Ellida.in tow Immediately the barges following\arkand ,I The Beer : : jt I ;


her departure, a storm of consider That '- ; I ID
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able violence came and ,
up continuedfor I

two or three days the effects of Man

HONEY AND TAR it her being tow felt was hero.in its As track the Echo some with anxiety D : ; FIMOQS fr'U r r.

was felt for the safety of the valuable .

property but all doubts were -16VICTORIA- : 1 'I f, ; 7, 4 J.. '

set at rest by the receipt of a tele I! tI" it"' 'l .

gram yesterday to Capt. E. E. Saun- J J j
Cures Coughs and Colds quickly and prevents ders announcing the safe arrival in 'l' Ii '. : t '

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Philadelphia of the tug as well as MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. !I J.! ti1 4

42 Pneumonia and Consumption her tow ,t' ,I .. 10'1' .
BEST 10-CEXT nOTTLK BEEn if'i': ,
Capt. Saunders left on the 1l:0:; t ,
train last night and will go directto IN TOWX.DANNEEISSER. s'j': ., t Ili k"; .)I t. '1'" I' .

14 CONSUMPTION THREATENED HAD BRONCHITIS FOR TWENTY YEARS Philadelphia where! formal trans- f' }

.v C. linger, 211 I Maple St., Champaign, 111., writes: AND THOUGHT HE WAS INCURABLE fer of the vessels named will be BROS., 1 )} l :. :': : : l
I was troubled with a hacking cough for a year and [
f a a I thought I had consumption. I tried a great many Henry Livingstone, Babylon, N. Y., writes: "I made to Jno II Dialogue & Son, the AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED 1 }lji! '. i! 'i i .f- f -1.1.I

I i 1 t remedies: and I was under the care of physicians for had been a sufferer with.Bronchitis for twenty ears ; ;ale haYing heretofore been reported I I. w i.Ii ; .'. '.j;: f;, ,
k several months. I used one bottle of rOLEY'S and tried a great many with poor results until I used ", Harper fUstey. T: 10 '
V HONEY;/ AND TAR. It cured me, and I have not FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR which cured me of I in The Xews I; ;: : f' ::
_,r s,n. ....z -w been troubled since." my Bronchitis which I supposed was incurable." The barges will be modeled and : ,, ,
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rtST THROAT and LUNG REMEDY ) title for the coal earning trade for '; 11f: ', 3f I- ,
Main :
House-401 H. Palafox street. W r, : :
1 THREE SIZES, 25c, fine and $1.00. Refuse Galsstilates which purpose they are well suited. R.II. Exchange-Orp. Union Depot. :\ i' .
The Echo will also be employed' in : ,. r1
P. O. Box 2fi l. Pen acola, Fla. :.' i
.:3'f'i ;;:', .: SOLD m RECOMMENDED[ BY rt Ft. this trade. 'II : 1TellsKhll
Phones llR-E8.:! j. ;
The consideration, Captain Saunders ff. f "' ,
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\ A. IVALEMHKIU'K 121: S. Palafox ht.r t', :'.'. f" i. '.
declined to make public. He n I r'l,' t f
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- :AL PERFECTION i E. W. PEAKE A Remarkable Case. I APPLAUDED AND HISSED. stated tcntion that to build it was another not his steamer present but ins \\ { COlll anYJ ':'
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would take a much needed rest after
'La liver 13 out of ort One of the most remarkable cases ofa .1 I il'lr1 f'f
. liver Is possible it cold, deep-seated on the lungs, A Michigan Greeting to Senator years of close application to the WHOLESALE AM RETAIL ; : i "t' ,
I No. 30 South I'alafox !street, keeps! I t
Tillman. shipping interests controlled by
the right kind of a'' is .large
that
? ] causing pneumonia. of Mrs.
call bell wires and all hinds of GROCERS.Headquarters
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Detroit,
March Lniunl
States
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i IICPATICUUA 13 the ; electrical ;;upp1ie Have him do Gertrude Fenner, Marion, Ind, who him.The ; ,0 !
Senator Ben It. Tillman of South sale of these vessels wellas '
as ( '
"f a liver tonic. It will i work. Call phone 203.a.SaTBYI1i.. was entirely cured by the use of one : }
,r hvcrto your entire sat-]I your Minute Cough Cure. She says: "The Carolina was greated by alternate others made recently, loaves him for '
i storms of applause and hisses whenhe the owner in whole or in part, but i' ,
It will provide excellent I coughing and straining so weakenedme .l1'< !<- if'"l'"l'
xcellcnt circulation and.: .. that I run down In weight from delivered an impassioned address!. all under his management, of the Fancy and Staple Groceries. i 1

_ d....... itI Kad; Yal Hasa Always 3 QIB1patue on the race problem last night at. tugs Simpson Enterprise and Lizzie I
r } ;tn.T 143 to 33 pounds. I tried a numberof -, ALL KINDS OP UP-TO-DATE., J t... t ; ,
If#..f-IJ.. the Light Guard the audience Frank The Tabor, is ,
armory barge now
does not wish his
: f1., who rcm&dies to no avail until I used FANCY GOODS. ; '
:.: : .' "shed, says: I cannot ret -I One Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles being evidently divided between upholders undergoing a change, by removjag WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS -; 'fil;!d tr, : i' -' ..
of this wonderful remedy curedme of his ideas and strenuous her oil tanks that were put on
:, u extending to you, voluu- FOR WEST FLORIDA FOR TMB I ::'ir I 1
-. sincerest recommendation I entirely of the cough strengthen. opponents of them. He said that the only a short time ago at a cost of CELEBRATED !t'! .. I .,. "
and sell ed my lungs and restored me to mynormal North demanded majority rule, and six thousand dollars thus converting 'Of ,1 ; .
: licine you prepare weight, health ad strength. Cafe du Mode Coffee, Sweet Homo 1 :1( ,
.. with a sneer added that there were her into collier to run betweenthis '
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of HEI'ATICUUA. John Sheppard.Sid- } '
name Hargis Pharmacy Molasses !Him! and Climax Flour, ( : -
" ::1 of its superior qualities i I ney Kahn. 2:Jo.Oi'O more negroes than white people i>ort and Galveston in tow of Baylels Delicatessen, German-Ameri 1: .

,>r of the general: system.\ in South Carolina."It the Monarch. The barges Ludwig, can Food Company's Canned Meats ,: y r !'f '
HCPATICURA. although will mean that more had blood< ng I PASSENGER I i '
SCHEDULE AND ;
been sufferer! \\'iIlow! / than was shod in the civil oil carios are now earning: coal. ,.
always agroat
and colds, I have \!. war if you persist in trying to suh In addition to the above Capt. Saun:' iti

nbtipatiou.!irely relieved from loth of ,, \:! _" RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS jest us to the domination! of tho dcrs has three large h;;kttra: of threeto HA D 0 ; )i ; :;i "r; .

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:
nts, and venture to say I LINE. the lndian-3 and :shut:; out the ChIna' five thousand fat capacity:! engaged

'o the former it has no" I \.J.' men, but had it been known by the : in. lightering; lumber! frotJ Sf, I fl; .1\ I ". k. f

0 used only two bottles I:, fiIl domination of the blackshe I Andrews hay to this port and another 1 I }

1 HA so far: jet I find : The Pen=acola, Ht, Andrews and said! "lou butchered the Indians on the ways at angford's yard '
ht of 140 pounds has { Gulf Steamship Company: has fixed and shut out the Chinamen. about roailjfor launching ; W}
the llowlngo schedule ana rates to "
I -arly 10 pounds. -- ;I mt had it been !Known by the 1
BI&I9IKL
cure in recommend -- apply between Peusacola and the The withdrawal of these vessels I, :
. dcslrvvry points named: soldiers who surrendered with Lee from this Port will be felt to some
!i\ to any one 0. R. TAYLOR, I, ,
best constituLaJ I bCHKWLK.Kteamer :. that it was your devilish intent to set extent, but with the energy and enterprise '

Sold by all up the negro over the white man. characteristic of Capt Saunders :
Artistic Shoemaker, : Tarpon will leave Pen!!ia- ;
cola every Tuesday night at 8:30 we would have fought you till now." in the past it is predicted that 1 iii1:1 ; .
c:1. 3': onz A. ri\KA\OUK A M'KCIALTY. o'clock, after the arrival of the Mobile I'lMin the senator's reference to his fleet will soon be as, large or ALTO\ OS HARD 1 1I

ty.,' 1" j Hale Mays\ ) &if Phone X .2C.:; North Palafox St. train and tha P. & A. accommodation some of Sherman's army as hum larger than formerly. ., '., t. '
E. ,. '. 0 { 4.J4.zll train. This will enable aperson mers chicken thehes and carpetlacgirs t'l'I j'i ;;-
; to leave Mobile at 5 p.m., HALF 1 I..; "
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I !:: II I ----- -- --- -- --- I make close connection at Pensacola his northern audience broke The Stomach is the Man.A ... ... "'I; ,. "
and reach bt. Andrews the next nit into such a violent hissing that I ., ,
SLID R ORDERS I morning at 7 o'clock. weak stomach weakenes the man, -'
NEW SCHEDULE.OF TO-
and
the speech was interrupted some -i. 't
'. I I'r because It cannot transform the food .s .
I'' for or
: H! i \: iv" carpenter IAS I\GIK: I\TKS. of the more timid ones in the audience "$ .'
,; w <*, llep.ir work a he eats into nourishment. Health .
The passenger; rate from Pensacolawill left. ONE MILLIONiGet : t
I. .' be a* follows: and strength cannot be retsored to .
STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ To St. Andrew and St. Andrews any sick man or woman without .

1 'W i I.j "I i j moo: tuner to point*-$(i 00); round trip $10. The ladies are cordially Invited to first restoring health and strength to .i' 11'1": :.!.. *,, "
J. N. rUxiFits, Manager To Apilichicola and Carra belle- : t
hats ,
Spring pattern on
I' d i it. *till you hold inspect my the stomach. A weak stomach can Our +t .
$3i T0; round trip $15. Prices BeforePurchasing
-'I1J it in. I have r."a\'A Freeport Monday and These fares; include flrst-ciass: 'Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, not digest enough food to feed the t.+ : ,1 '
Tl.u-d:\y iii 'ri.iM.;!$. tissues and revive tho tired and ::1 ; ..I ,
1\; 'in'nee and! have: I cabin, i stateroom and meals. March 24, 25 and 26. .Mrs. N. Bowers. I run ; .
. '! f, ictones. Arrive PfiKtcola: :Monday and Further information can be !secured I down limbs and organs of the body.
-, .1 > pi.: no Thur-d iy i.icht. by applying: at the company's oilices I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses, purl- t.i f ",
book
store 1
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n- in .s :
. L >ave 1'eiisacola! Tun day and I in the Tbksen bnildlnI ;:-. CA.STOnXA.Bean !ifies, sweetens and strengthens the ;!. I I J .
':
Kudiy ui.zht.Arrivo 'glands and membranes of the stomach :Jo' .
t 'I 1', \\', P.IESsLEv.pIL 'I\t Freeport 1 t K.ril: YOU Hare: )Inayys: BlfflgaOPBRAHOUSE! 'f t
i Wednesdayand !I | and cures indigestion, dyspepsia
l : 8iturdiy: nmriii'i'iOUTllERN ; : tZlt.e .".........l and all stomach troubles. liar- I .11 ; ,
:; & D9LIVE. CARPENTRY AND CapacIty bOOOO Daily.McMillan I
:? d' ; gis Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Sid ) ;, 1 ;, r.. : :
01" ,"Irttrrof G \r0 | Kahn. .
I ney -.
-' ,.'t. for carpen- f Mf Co.ij. ELECTRICAL WORK )I I .f' ,..1".. .:" .. ,
ill'(; ). .
>: w ':k i I'r phone FELKEL MAY DIE. I 1 'ij 1
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0+
int -","" -.1c11Waf with Ilin? up Pearl & Dolive, phone Cft, f Brick G 0. : f
if yOU have any carpenter or electrical Prominent Leon County Merchant j. r:
F:loi'1 1 II rn.no Syrup at i work you want well done. ,J. )I. COi:, Manager.ONE I : I.t ..

$Jldui 1:1'... I Victim of Unknown Vilian. Pine Barren, Fla. ',.'. t..J I. ..sU.JJUU.JLJ'JU
I NIGHT ONLY! | Tallahas-rt'e Mirth :21.-Jamt-s Fol '

f(}!< ; i1Gijr and Tar MONDAY, MAR 30 'kel, who was shot by an unknown < ', : : j. :) !

cf :,, 'I assassin at his store at Munson Cap, : ,. .
Crt'ic'nrspnrumonlaLiDi11O1'LFiY "IIIIIIIIII .
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HARPERWHISKY -TI!E- in this county, is in a critical condition. 'of. ',
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Over lji; shot ('ntHe,1lr.. }' 'l- '1, ,j M 'i
) ] Y To all parts of the country.The I kel's left and face, ) < I
; ) i WM. H.VEST I arm a large number : ; i'
of which have been extracted. NICK'S m : .

aI BIGMISTREII Sheriff Hopkins has been investigating : f't'
KYIGHrs OF PYTHIAS. SuthertExpress Companyreceives u' : )
the shooting, and "I..t't.
I ; suspicion now < ,
and forwards i
Prn.., I. i, Hj.: x>). 3. K. of I'., 1 freight, JUBILEE points to a negro living in that ::1.1
money, and valuables of all descriptions I l l | { : :
m tl ev..ryoD1ay even 1 1I | neighborhood.The ;: ,
', '.'s she at 1:11I: HtouatWalaun at CantlP .all.!| j to ill parts of the country, St. James hotel, a large 3- REUUUHT& .1i! : t
BANFORD Ii. RICA1JY
Mgr. J'
.I L al'Vng\ : ,third floor.l I with connections for Canada, Mexico story brick structure on :Monroe: ;

; 'A'doom..d'liins brethren cordially j!I Havana, Cuba, European points, street, within two blocks of the h' 7i[i.tI I.,.tb'h'U 1'l,
J. .\. LYI,1C.oO '" t .. -
REFINED MINSTRELSY. -
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H. HORoIUR C.C. etc. state capitol has been sold to unknown i

It. R.a t). The Southern Express Company parties for 2\fioO:!( the purchaser 'I'

I operates on 3),OCI)t) miles of first- : ...PERFECTLY PRESENTED... to take charge on June 1st. DAILY MENUS .J; ;.:: tM : f

1''I '" l.NIZ': NIL 1:1: I class routes, and in connection with :.=- The supreme court is now disposing 1. .I' If.... It. t
",'..nIDI{ at 1:111.: at BEE THE BIG PARADE. of cases with such rapidity that Comprise all the Up-to- f. fLadles' : !6 i
I'ataro, and t .,rt..n the Adams Express Company, on Date Dishes the t" .
Mar'i ;
tted.LiitnrJoiiNsiiN the people of Florida hope to see the ;l.;
0\ IUOlt"rmlly! > I PRICES-23, 50, 752; : and n,00.
through way-bills, with through 1t "
J .\ A DELIGHTFUL BEVERAGE kets of the World J ll 11 :
C.C. I II It j I Seats on sale Friday at noon. docket cleared oft in a few years r.1 : }
cars and through Afford ; V
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messengers ,
performs ) i
s Mocker ,
at most. Justice said recently .
I 1 I ,
A SAFE STIMULANT <;
a unified serviceconstituting Matinee and Night, that at the present rate the business i- "I 'of j yt ''f l' '.. .1.
I:,,, I the largest system of tho kind in MAR 31 I before the court will be J I. : : }
TUESDAY
"I:::;" No :ir> K. <>f P A GOOD MEDICINE. now .t .
1 11 t ", ';'.!"a r'Hrlliur. : \,>. $'. KnlshU..liiv event of- the world. ."-vt- *<{'t51'.1'Ilm'y disposed of in about eighteen Private ..."I ., .' ":i'J I ;t-,
Orders sold at all For Bale byDannheisser
are
months.
their t n+tl"" Hall on
..., "utb"r. I THE SEASON'S SUCCESS Parlor.
:-w"" budding Dining .* #
of the Southern
agencies Express i iw
n Hint tHrd..n .tr..t. Bros. .... p; ,
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-H: cor.1ii llv' weiconted.poolLLVO", Company at reasonable hours. Re. An Elaborate Production of the Working Overtime. : '

(. (, ceipt is given and money is refund .. Beautiful Comedy Drama, Eight hour laws are Ignored by ', :, .''j. ,,!

a: I .. those tireless, little workers Dr. Regular Dinner r 4 t '
ed if order is lost. t Daily. {
Sweet Clover. King's New Life Pills. Millions are :

i. o. o. F. This is the cheapest way to send J. L t LONG i CO. always at work night and day, curIng ,i'.. 'J, '. .f',r1'a'I :! <

small remittances by mail or other With the Vertatlle! Character Comedian, Indigestion, Biliousness! Constipation Short Orders Promptly ::1'l '' : t :
Sick Headache and all etoiaach. { ,
7, I'f'nwllia. : 1.,11:1' No, 4 wise. MR. OTIS. B. THAYER Liver and Bowel troubles. Easy, Filled Mgbt I or Day, tV: f p i r
,,: I i'Crctlav: evening at ?:.v: at '
, ,, E. W. FOWLER, pleasant! safe, sure. Only tae at W.
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'. .. ",' '< u\Vrst cordially Intt'mlt'nclli invited. street. Agent, Pensacola, Fla. cacaodluhlde se SUPPORTED BY A. D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 S. :it... ltY'Y
N. U. II 'It'. Borne :1' : ( r
e' Jl>HA> ON Palafox street. Good to Eat ; i
"'- ". Secretary.IC Branch Offices: MISS ESTELLE CARTERAnd you wish,yowl fine it at ,, ft I ;, 't
PLANS SPECIFICATIONS AND 3 A
J. B. Roberts, Depot Store. Mrs. N. Bowers will have her open -
Jas. Hanson, Cor. Alcaniz and ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT the Original Company.A feNfck[ Apostle's] ; : :
:, OF L. ing of new Spring Millinery, Tuesday, '
Gadsden.J. SHORT NOTICE. j Jt J* Play that Memory will Linger ol Plav-l Lovingly ot'u. In the Wednesday, Thursday, March 24, 25 Popular RestaurantIMWWftW ; ri; \
I", .11 1 Williams, Cor. DeVilliers and .
\- entbly No. 1S05. I and .
First-Class Work Guaranteed I Matinee Prices-25 and 50c. and 26.Try
Y- .' M\nulay. In each month. Jackson.Sol References Furnished.I I Night Prices-25, 50, 75c and $1.00. .j i >
A w. 1'. a.TiiARp. Cahn, Cor. Palafox and Inten- Reserved Beats on sale Saturday :f ,'-, 1, .
V.t "S:! ELL. M. W.feeereury. ; dencia. 414 EAST INTEXDESCIA ST for Matinee and Night. The News' WANT COLUMN. 11't"!. "]

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THE DAILY NEWSl PEN8Ace.... f ORID THURSDAY MARCH 28,1903

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. the learned theologians to tell how tion whenever he shall re-enter the Oldest and Largest Agency

thick the ice was when the flood covered political arena and issue his call lor Hair Vigor o0

the tops of the highest moun the Democratic hosts to stand for the West Florida

tains. doctrines and policies of the olden ers Only 35? You look at least [ESTABLISHED

days. 60. Restore color lei
Entered at the Post Office at Pen- to your

_ -co1&. Fla., second-class matter.-' Archbishop Ireland is quoted assaying : EXCURSION FROM gray hair.Why not? Lf.<<; Yep
CINCINNATI.
Bui 211 that to him the Stars and '
OFFICE: -Pitts Wing. % nowles'
Mobile . BrosINSURANCE
Register.
)
000th Palafox street up-stairs. Stripes had no meaning whatever, I

unless they meant the brotherhoodof I The Cincinnati Business Men's Excursion ,

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. man. The idea of a distinction be- : visiting the leading cities BRYAN AND GORMAN. (( ALABAMA G. A. R.

Terms: Invariably in Advance. ing made in civil and political matters I along the Louisville and Nashville IN SESSION.

One Year by mail .... ... .. .$5 00its because of race, language or Railroad includes Mobile in its itin Moral Differences Have AggravatedTheir
Months 2 50 Birmingham. Ala., March 24-The
color: he declared is unamerican. We erary. The visitors will spend apartof Dislike to Each Other.
pee week by carrier payable Monday -
in fifteenth annual encampment of the
a day Birmingham. Montgomery AND
10 would suggest to the good archbishop If the general public knowledgeof
Pensacola and Mobile reaching department of the Alabama Grand
that his ideas of the brotherhoodof
Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap Mr. Gorman's character did not I I
here April ]C. The object of the excursionists ,Army of the Repub'ic is being held
plication..118100L. man will work very much better dispose of possible chance of: REAL
any ESTATE
theologically than politically. Politically Is to meet and get acquainted his nomination the annihilation of a I i I this afternoon in the hall of George ,

with the business men the A.| Custer Post Xo. 1. Commander-
some men must rule and others
Gorman boom by Mr. Bryan could be
( in.Chief Thomas J. Stewart of the 30!) South Palafox
wholesale dealers of the South. The !
NI. be ruled, and the meaning of confidently awaited. Whatever maybe 'SIRtt.
excursionists are described as the Grand Army headquarters in Pennsylvania
the Stars and Stripes is that we thought of Mr. Bryan's political
leading manufacturers and jobbers of is in attendance, having arrived Phone 22. PESStc'ea
have the right to choose those that principles, his personal relation to Fy)

&, MAEOH 26, 1903 are to rule. Cincinnati. They are not out for pleas. practical politics has been notably in the city this morning.

but for business, and have -
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clean and upright 'there is no stainof
The sensational papers have found MR. CLEVELAND AND MR. BRYAN. something to say that they believe Tragedy Averted.
gang: methods, of ballotbox manipulation GKXEKAL AJITSTheEquitablel
f bonanza in the Burdick case andre Mobile Register.) will benefit themselves: and the .
( :
or of connection with legislative : "Just In the nick of time our little
making the most of it. southern merchants. Of course, the
A Chicago correspondent of the lobbies on his good nams. ,: boy was saved" writes Mrs. W.
success or failure of their effort will
St. Louis Globe-Democrat has been The moral differences between the I Watkins of Pleasant City. Ohio.
state federation of labor met
The depend: largely upon the reception
t writing with some force upon the two men have aggravated their political "Pneumonia had played sad havoc
la Tampa Thursday notwithstandingthose given them that is to the
say upon
threatening letters to some of position of Grover Cleveland in poli distrust and dislike! of each with him and a terrible cough set Life Assurance Society
opportunity afforded them of meeting
tics. what he writes is in besides. Doctors treated him,
By authority
the local labor leaders.To other. It is safe to say that if Mr.Gorman's I
unknown and his conclusions are the leading business mon of candidacy ever passes bat|' but he grew worse every day. At Of the Unitd Staffs.J1EMIY .

the district through which they will length we tried Dr. King's New Discovery .
judge from the pictures of the probably but clever surmises from yond the good natured conjectures of : 1 I B. H\Il':. |" >uml.r
tra\'Pl.The. for Consumption, and our dar I
Times'Union editor as seen in the well known facts, but he writes entertainingly Washington corer-pdudents Mr.! '
Commercial Club has appont. ling was saved. He's now sound and 'Strongest in the
't Metropolis, the caruionist must and! with just appreciation Bryan will place it upon his black listwith I World::
ed a committee to look into the matt well. Everybody ought to know, .
I' think that "the stomach is the man." of Mr. Cleveland's weight in the even more heartiness: than ho.;
ter of providing a proper reception it's the only sure cure for Coughs
,
i
i
councils of the Democratic He A FRIENDLY
party showed when he disposed of the candidacies : REMINDS: : :
i lof the visitors and I that committtee Colds and all Lung diseases. Guar
Those senators who voted against dismisses as absurd the idea that Mr of Cleveland Hill, Olney and I
anteed by W. A. D'Alemberte. 121 S.
I at a meeting held yesterday, reachedan .
the confirmation of the canal treaty Cleveland is,, a candidate or that: he Shepard. In the case of \lr. Gorman I Palafox: street. Price 5lc.!! and $1.00. Hereafter for all r ,

1 ,' Yom need t-i put in jomltime will permit himself to be regarded as opinion that there should be general lie would have the sympathy of th' Trial bottles free. I lairs, festivals plavs.' l.
: co-operation taken by the local
- fa around homo now: putting up their a candidate; bat attributes to him a P'iblic. In other respects we guess the dramas, elocutionary: <.
merchants in meeting and entertaining : ( THE: RESTAURADOR
kind of
enter ,
11 de-fences. determination to do some dictating as public has become a little tired of Mr. ainrre
the Cincinnati men. The committee "
to the candidate and party platform.It Coon's black list. The sporting in NOT SEIZED. churches:, societies, c._ -
The Jacksonville! Metropolis claims: members do not happen t'j beconil'osed viduals where
i is asserted that Mr Cleveland: sees stinct in the American people! demands i an ado
I
of merchants but in Port of Srtin. March 21: .-The report
to have been instrumental in knocking are ed
i or merchandise
that the time has come when Mr.Ilrjan that there shall be real \ 0'c
; out occupation taxes in over 3 will have to be. fought with i
ton fur the presidency and 1 .lr. Urjanis
in Jarko'i1k The I, the Register that the iniportascc i: his seized the \'PtH'7ull'an1t'1huat
places cents a line for first
.
I Ins own weapons and that he, Mr. doing his be t to prevent this. IIU tr--:
=
Met. is a laboring: man's champion cf the occasion will he brought: I Ki'stauralor: is without foundation. cents a lir.e fr ".
Cleveland, is the man best equippedto is "sl -worth having.In I to the attention of the merchants, I Obituaries _
do the fighting Mr. Bryan having candidate I is proposed Mr and .resc. ?
i with a view of learning whether the Bryan Try The News, 10 cents per week, j I will -
ur.de-:
declared that he will not support bowls him over He has eliminatedall spect ccrte 0 '
spite of all the deep concern merchants wish to take the loading;; delivered.! also.

any one not standing: on the Kansas ing
that has been felt and fort the prominent eastern men except
expressed
part in conducting the reception. If DEl\iONSTRA.j -
-w-
i ; City platform seems to make it necessary 'f
the safety of New Orleans in consequence there is no sufficient response the Judge Parker anJ there are RALSTON PURINA '
for a sound money man as is OUR WAFtRNGTCN .GE'oev
no prominent candidates in the Vet I
of the remarkable Hood in
1 committee will consider itself relieved TION.
1. Mr. Cleveland to take up the challenge I
l the river, the papers published in of further responsibility: as unless Mr. Bryan is himself a 'andi Every day during the week of The NEWS is en sale b> Mrs M
and prove that Mr. Bryan does
l. that city still persist in saying "It not represent the dominant sentiment it is recognized! that unless the merchants date. lIe says not but many people March :23rd!: Miss J. E. Rogers will Keefe at Warnngton who is aat' Jr:-

never touched me." ere unkind( enough to think that by ed to receive and fsi
of the party. It be inferredthat here show a disposition ui demonstrate and talk interestinglyabout receipt ai> i*>
may
ul
Mr. Cle\eland is both ready and meet the visitors, it will be idle: for a process of elimination he is trying ALSTON" PURINA CEREALSand scriptiors. Residents cf the resection
I An excursion made of business coaiinca the that he is the
; up his in others not in the wholesale trade to: to party PURINA HEALTH FLOOR A may now be supplied with ccaa j
able to do establishing
1 of Cincinnati will arrive in 1'eti- part I choice He insinuates
men for only possible. RALSTON BANK of the several hours after
perform service: the Cincinnatimen WILL BE GIVES paper t-s:
his right to guide: and he the leader of
,
4t sacola about the 14th of April. These much without saying anything direct
issue leaves the
FREE with
the Democrats of the country. are coming to see the merchants every purchase of two press.
4 excursionists are said to be the I against Judge Parker. The impression .
of HALSTOCEHEALS..
IT All this makes for discord of not the Mobile scenery.The packages
} leading manufacturers and jobbers of left his
course; but there will be ilhrord in Register thinks this is a legitimate by speeches and The ladies are requested to call Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat 8t
Cincinnati: and it is their object toil interviews is that he the
Mr.I has invited it opportunity for Mobile men regard early and' often cuts; and Force with Cream :t SOman's. :
Bryan
; meet and set acquainted with the! anySt' : and in Judge as a tool of D. B. Hill and as! .
by declaring his position with relation to dispense hospitality get JAS. McntT.H. Prop. I
ir bll8ic's" men Ilt'rt'"h'n There closer\ touch with Cincinnati i. and an agent: of Wall street. Mr. Bryan's Phone 103.; New Orleans Grocery: Co

to a past platform. are thesltors' advice still caries much\ weiLtamong March :JJ-St.: ; I Ladies are cordially invited to i
several millions of who do I that at moderate (cost ,
men
the iOIl ennui'i party
t can be given a good idea of our progress western democrats; but his spect my Spring .Pattern hit
wlvtl!
s date for an rest case onf not believe in that platform and I Mrs. M. Bowers wall; have her open
i friends wJ] do well to point out to1
: ; in trade and! of the desirabilityof and T -
will ion its It Tuesday Wednesday,
rot sad re-adoption
the charge that he is not close '
I him that the rae: of watrhJo'r to ing: of new Spring Millinery, Tuesday,
enough, or to close h. I he corpora| makes also for defeat. That is perfectly < their cultivating our trade.TO March 24, 25 and 26. Mrs. Non ,
I the party is popular only when piaed > V/edncsdsy! and Thursday, March 24, :
lions it may be taken for granted ;| true, but before we blame Mr.l j South Palafox street.
with moderation. It doesn't do
d Cl'IlK A TOLD IN ON1V, : to 23: and :s. . .. :
that lie is all right but some otherfellow Ckl'Ianfl.1' can ask: whetheric- |
bark a'.l the time. A majority of demorats -
1t I is iiossible under Mr. ltryan'splan Take Laxative I'rnrno Qmnm Tablets i I i
the the tory i,
wants job.Vl.en cor
NOW IS THE TIME TO FURr-IS-
This signature: JP/W on every () like a majority of repabli'cans Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat Cis.cu.t
-
potations seek the services of any of campaign All sane men must : box, !!:>c. /fjtZrw !/ I 1
YOUR DINING ROOM AND MA-
confess that it is possible.; Therefore i ________ want to win. This far Mr :;, and Force with Cream at Sclomar's. !! ,
be he is j
man can sure some
you STON WHAT Vii,
& HAVE
H an has only shown them how he QUINA
Malta-Vita, Shreaded Wheat Sis- .
defeat I is not made more sure I) ? ;
body., cuits, and Force with Cream at Sol- think:, they con IJse.-lr. Dool,')'' I' ,I WANT IN SIDEBOARDS, CHINA ;
by determined effort that! will be made
i man's. in Colliers 1Cee'1y.: Try The News' WANT COLUMN j ji CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS.
r While in St. .11intstine recentlyl to oust Mr. Bryan from leadership.Acknowledging i

himself, II : that defeat is our : I!1i ; t
\ theo'rll..r expre'sscd ac ( Millinery opening of Sp rj

: cording to the Record as being in l probable fortune wh'tl1l'rIr.. ]'.ryan i --i iI ih. iI ions, Tuesday, WeUnesdav.. T' jr,) ,

. favor of paying the state debt with be un.!>i:posed or opposed we face }
;
:1' | I I March :!4, 25 and 26, at Mr< \ BJW
Indian the: proposition that under )Urjan's
roveiu-d from the
the
money j ....., ,I ers, en South Palafox: st t et
war claim: lint is not in favor of a :' plan the party can n'*H'r be screws "'..?". !

'" state exhibit at St. J..llui,, There ('..InI' fill, neither in lm| or 19<,iS or any I II

n; lie no Question hat: that the gounior.is other year. The Kansas City platform | I CREX AMERICAN GRASS CARPETS

:r.u: ;al right; as regards the state debt. : has been burled in the deepest i Ask Doctor j! AND LINOLEUM, FINEST

'l1i : That G per cent interest, which I Itt profound of political disrepute: the I your THING ON EARTH FOR YOUR

'! amounts to nearly $.Vtixn a ).t'ar.1 people that would advocate its re- HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE,

\ should be stopped while we have the adoption would be no looser a party. i, I

. ,: i! means to stop it..Limes. but a rabble, a jest-the scorn of !i about the good of beer. : RUGS QUINA. TO MATCH. MARSTON I

their (enemies presenting a spectacle ;

i.)4; l'xSl'nat"r K. Junes of Arkansas that would provoke the pity of the I He will confirm what we tell you- I CJU\V hesl't. i,..,.

? I li such a confirmed prophet gods.! i ---.,..",..,. -, .
vJ I That is food i ".. '
barley-malt a half-digested as \r.rrnrLtne'.ptat:
'\' that he has begun already to predict I Clevelandism. in its new )Hsition.n1nd. ,4- ;/r"-.. nor ;.>0"igir'.. "trtlr '
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a d.'mocr.iticictory in U"II> at the least the hope of ulti-j n IICII. "'III 1;: ("'"
B V i I I good as food can be. .....' tor U"UL. CUb ur.lt.tt ,)
"t. Jlr. Jon"'s enjoys a great; reputation mate victory. It represents a sane OflW Or Ifta 'tbbei.

i tJ 4 as a fake political prophet and the I I'platform and worthy a'li"n-surh as I That hops are an excellent tonic. I Gust: Trao51t ('0" t t'e-t "Itenaigaees. M.'

j: t. republicans an- no doult conpr.itulating ; will appeal to that large: independent! I : ,

\ \. themselves! over his latest pro, ('II cute, without whose aid no partycan That the little alcohol in beer-only 3. % I Fort Itarrancas.' Fla. M.in i

:r, .. nOltication.Ir.. Jones also tenders 'I'' obtain the presidency and con- 1 l ISMJ3.-Seal'-d proposaln trig
aid
to
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some quad ails ir asl) the campaign ,! cr: S11,1 herein U Mr. Cleveland an digestion. I will be rH..ivt..111111 li a. m A

. which it would be wise '' to 2'), 1'JiKJ: for contrue'fnT _- \1' .
r. issues i the strongest factor now presented That he prescribes beer for the weak. bachelor officers' quart.fron

;; t for the platform makers not to follow I jibe \iew of Democracy. His growth : gun shed!, tort Barr
lie says that the campaign is I in p.iiar! esteem has been rapid. If'' reserves right to n-ji-ct or !l.e.-

sues should be imperialism and the the I assumes the portion of leader be I Put Purity is Essential I II or all proposals or any [pal'> ,

, : trusts. This would make Senator will inevitably "PC'II'the arbiter of Information furnisucd ->n a, '

j' II I Envelopes containing ,>r<>i> I
earmark the logical candidate: and the party's welfare The politicians

': : Boston the logical convention city I may decry him, but ho has: a way with But he will tell you that beer, being a sac- : tion be marked Public "Proj/nsu liuiliiiiu' ,. .' aB !'a' >

I' A patty plaifi.rm wi'h tho iiniperialism i the IK-OJ 1- that seems to be irresisuMe I COLE, {J. MMch .
; charine product must be protected from germs"I JCly'i. Apr 17 : -
"' } hobby as the paramountissue I He can be son- of a ;great recepPeculiar ,

: !. :; could hope: for HO considerable ,--- -- y-.. and must be brewed in absolute cleanliness. ----- ---- -
support and still less respect outside Hot Chocolate with

.' : iif P 1 1st 011. i iTo ; That it should be cooled in filtered air. Whipped Cream, m Solo

fFti t mon's.

i r For once the landmark is able to I I That the beer itself should be filtered. !

praise Ad\eriiser's labors in the ] itselfIn \

iJ. line of Uibical and scientipe re-i : And, as an extreme precaution, every bottle i! STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
r. what it is anti what
) it does
1; + search. Hut it I is much easier to tllhere -con- ,, should be sterilized.

, 1 > Noah got the nails than it is I taming the lt blood-purifying i j
t"lwn Persae.I and Iill..n ID atBurr
:i to tell where Methuselah was: when alterative and tonic substances and He'll too that is for :
say, age important, age Iflily I-xtrpl !> imCar
J9 i Norfolk Landmark. j
he died- effecting; the most radical and permanent :

t l, rot't'dn't'orr,: ) our old man !! cures of all humors and all i| brings perfect fermentation. Without it, beer i "CITY OF TAMPA."

Tnuse. 11"'$ been dead too Ion: tubargue :
eruptions, relieving weak, tired, I ferments the stomach biliousness.When Hilton t! .4 .m I.vPKH( !iii, seetrrrnsatolarJ
not drowned
oer. but if he was on causing > see ArM, *

in the fhxnl, he made a narrow es-l I languid feelings and building up j I I Fare,Vc; Round trip.1. <<.
I
cape. The common version of the the whole system-is true only of I IHood's he tells you that he has I -

Bible says the flood began "in the practically prescribed Schlitz. I
Sarsaparilla
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six hundredth year of Noah's life JEWELER III HIS
Schlitz beer is brewed with
Xo other medicine acts like iti t I
If ho was full six hundred years: old. ;
other medicine has done all these precautions. It is the
no so I
the rains be .1
Jlethusalah died as : an'l j STAND
but if Noah had not lived the full much real, substantial good, no I recognized standard all the world NEW\

six hundred when the flood began, ]j other medicine has restored health I over: because of its purity.Ask .
( and strength at so little ('('1t.
than we fear his old granddad was 1
Tht's far "I "'s' tr< jblt-i: ,rah e Tuf ila an.l came for thebrewery I have m caught in the shower. as ,, '
ccsr ld .ii; ra> > >t ght. F,.r four t\l"r.tIJ I 120 Sou'h Fal.fot. for
ott.-M -ntgomery boithng.: E
it
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as wo have f.irired could > > ,'. Afar
r t :o > aunb.n;: takin! 'It
,.. : .ll ,4YT tts.Y pielby: Bias & .X., a;
Atlveruter.1'e {|i l"O 1 J;: "f fI I'S Siar.ia: 12' '::' s.- Vw
\ have been a silent and illlt.r't'tl'll to ,.?;k. jn
observer of this Bible! discussion |I Ii. I i could\ "-* as WIJ\: < e'tr." >;'SIE.-\. IlilSJTvw. I II! great bJrK&lui in dr: ..:; :
\\tbt'r,. N. C
I I iHood's 1 .
I j jewelry, etc. C ill aid >
b" A.- : '
lor somttm I' now i Sarsao ril'a! premises: to

would like to ask {!; h'r or t' '.'. ,'! cure end Loops toe pr m'.:>e. L. BEAR & CO, Wholesale Agents for Pensacola. i iI let me convirfyon.. ".
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLAJ;!FLOfttDA, THURSDAY. MARCH 20. 1903.


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TIREDNESSIs No. GOO8. i.1t "fit- H 1-t!
SPRING *. C.O'NEAL, President; ". E. CLARK, Caihler; I. 'J(' 'I ..
iWSOTES J. FOSHEE.Vice-Pretident; JOHN PFE1FFER, As.'. Cithler. ( : It.: i ; 1"1!
Caused By Unhealthy ActionOf ;< CAUGHT AT RANDOM ; ;
J J"At

the Liver and Kidneys Assisted f r AMERICAN TIOt\JAt BANK ; flt:;!! t\: ;: .11


by Starved Blood anda last the county commissionerssee OF PENSACOLA. FLA. :,; ; .. .: ,. J' _

Poor Circulation. Mrs.yesterday L. E. Thompson evening for and Escambia.daughterleft economy-something the absolute need that of should practicing have Designated Depository of the United States. it{ ::1<>i' ;. '-. F'; E j

been done eighteen months ago," observed Condensed Statement at the close of basine! March 20, 19(13. i jJf'' i':! 1 :
1 C. F. Zeek has returned from Philadelphia ..( I
a gentleman. "This board has I ,'. ; R 1: f1'r'
is' '
where he went to attend the had a lot to contend with of late I RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. t- i i. !4 H

Paine sCeleryCompound annual meeting of; gas company man hear, and will LoaBsand Discounts............. ...... ... $3'5o.; j62 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... 200000.00 f "i', ., 1'' 7 1 it'1 'I }'
.' continue to have unless Demand Loans...... ...... ...... ...... .. .. 8320300 Surplus! .. .... .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .... 20,000.00) ,a. tl 1 : .,r
agers. some really stringent measures are Overdrafts...... .......... ...... ........ .... 2,35293 Undivided Profits....... ............... .... 609.39 1 t1-t "!; } I
adopted. One great fault with the 1). S. Bonds and Premiums......... ...... 213.80687 Circulation... ..... .. ...... .. .. .... ... 125,000.00 "ffi" 4j: ;,1f' :1 !
The training ship Hartford is expected gentlemen, if I indulge in ,criticism Blocks, securities! etc... .................. 2,625 00 Dividends Unpaid: : ,...... .... ......... ... .. 54.00 j 1J t.'.., i 1-,1
to arrive in port this evening may Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... (5.71848 Deposits................. ...... ............ 621,346.81 t :'b {.
from Mobile : a bit, is their readiness to accede Cash Exchange............ ... ......... 283.16630 r. : t: ,).
ulli III'. Ow Life Str'am aJatt' I to demands before same is given f \ '. .
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Miss E. Nellie Rrck the Journal's : fair investigation. On account of ijJ
MrviijitlH'iiN; ier3Organ: Total..... .... .. .. ...... .... ...... ...... 966910.20 Total! .. .... .... .... ...... .... ...... .... $966,910.20 ) t. iI, I "
talented society (editor is quite ul at this hasty award or allowing of .
Of tll(' BOII '. This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patrouage and we will give t .1 .' : : !
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her home North claims I understand that unintentional
Hill.!!
on ,t' ,
business courteous and careful attention.
your prompt, tiji ,. r 1; 4
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,.at virtues of Paine's Celery I unfairness has resulted and some
i-T peo-
fjrV"Thi; :! ," are abundantly manifested' The ladies are specially urged to ple are said to have been favored a 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. : tfi}f': ) t r; : I' T

B thprintf.. It u a medicine com-',Ivisit I| the New Orleans Grocery Co's great deal more than others. This is .. 1 : } :
py'iii'l"'! finally! t" brace the nerves store tomorrow and sample the Purina l ; ; .! t '
('I not within the knowledge of the commissioners 'k-: ; : ;
the heart action, to cleanse ,
S'-tan! Pancake at the Ralston exhibit. ,; 7 1 ,
,K ;..H.H! and keep the stomach liver I am sure for they try to : r'

:ih, ; .idt.tys. in \igtrous: health. I.I A special car for Confederate Veterans do right; and in their anxiety to do so 1 f1\ ,,i I.It I.
springtime: the effects of the >
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la t.n and their some bad judgment has been display. :.
work, thooiries of busi- families will be attached { : .
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r s,.. h,,,".-.hold tares and the severer to the regular mail passenger ed. Rut now, Johnson and Uncle: Jim 1" '' 'r.-

c:.,-.:. f temperature all conduce to train for DeFuniak on Saturday 2Sth tobotrs have come to realize this 1 :: '. :
,(l '.' sad inflamed nerves in- inst 7 a. m. 2t sort of proceeding and will have
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1 1I I I II things go on with more equality from 1. t;, .: .1,:

'\ I I Deputy r. S. Marshal Wolfe! re now onward. The body as a whole GfJfe. "il.i'....,.... ''.!1-'' :- .:"tf i1

'a I turned last night!; from Apalachicolawhere ire an extremely fair set of gentlemen -.j"iio"". I i. .. ,:"t

I. lie had been to conduct the sale and would knowingly do no man '1'11 -, t ,,' _.

of the pasenger: and freight steamer wrong; but a little more discretion i:11 ,t.;: ,. I' !

Alpha. This vessel was owned in Mobile claims lor I ," 1 ,." ; I 'I'I. !
allowing: damage to lauds: v I -
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I and formerly plied between th!! by new roads passing through same;: i I II! i '! '. II I" ,

ports of Mobile Apalachicola: andCarrabello. In the future would not be amiss and -- --- '
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occasionally touching at would! appeal favorably to the great: .
I this port and was supposed to be maturity of tax payers." ,: -- ,-- -- ------ Na+i", I a Jr' ( i

I doing a good business. She was sold T. H. F 4 IP-CBILD, CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, DO YOU KK3W\ f'j'1'j: i ;11"; 1I I

the marshal: for $1,525: cash and of Frank I 1 '"
Speaking: Johnson,
Iby I : contimiod i. :
CJi'3-c: Xi M: T 33: n 32X1 r.
bought in Apalachicola. Xo.SO ;South Palafox street, for your BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. have t-- i I
by parties I the speaker: "recalls!! a little J; ,: I

I Among the creditors are I:. K. San'tiers riiiiiur I heard while in the Pine Barren : 33 EAST ROMANA STREET. electrical. work. He is prepared: to a large stack if dressed j studying : t; c! \, ..

: '/ MaryVittich and! Theo. Jones, country lately. This was that ...oct !Work and Refinishing Furniture apeciGIt do you a flrst-class j b at moderate I nn l joist j *. tht their rn--es before \\f 1 ,' '

of this city.If Johnson was 'eyeing the job nowheld ,. ; prices Phone 2C3. I'I' buying: dl6-lm : ""It': {I ; "j.
by George Smith! and would probably Ph.ono.a I iiG.
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I you are scrofulous dyspeptic, \ Uncle hard '
mH' :: give George a f.ght I r', .1'i-1" .
rbca vatic, troubled with Kidney (com I for it in the next battle at the polls recently issued at Tallahassee. The ,.:1"Om' Lo

: \ 1>. plaint general debility lacking !following the city fight.;; Johnson is capital paid in stock is $20,000, and .:- .:; w. & COXING, w. & co; ... ..lff.: 1 J 1"t '.. J II I- .

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tI, ,: 'I':.: strength take Hood's Sarsaparilla.rCudrtg's all right so far as it goes and would the specified business of the corporation -I f .

f : s- ? t -- -- -- make a capital sheriff, but Commissioner Is to deal in lumber, timber and. I: GREEN WATSON & CO. ; :. > .

Elijah now file !zest far pc. Roberts is also a probable candi.ate I. other wood products. The other incorporators f1 n. !! : :
: man. -- --- I
and should he come out would are H. C. Daniel of St.

Fruit Grow: T t.t .,. clu/an. : Good Cypress Shingles $1.25 per give either a good time for their Louis, Mo.! and! C. \\'. Oliver of Live I : : : '

a, ], >\('rty of the blind, Ill thousand: BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. money. Then there's Jim VanPelt, Oak. The bright business prospectsof I We have just received a Large Shipment: ; r ;1., : '

d digestion. liver and kidneys in I John Vaughn, Jim Keeling:, (probably the firm has caused. the stockholders of Baautiful White Wastings g : ; : '. I! 'I'g:
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I'oii'l.iion; in thousands of cases ; ) and :some few other anosinced candidates -; to be highly elated 'I .
.mat ism and PAY DAY ON 1.
neuralgia commence
.. horrible torture 1'a'lie's' (.'d- all of whom are going to 20 to 40c yard. a j 'A : : '::0: ;

( l, used thn-e four to the lucrative .
'omp.xind or spend some money get
:a day': for the n \t four \\-eks.: job." TO CUKE A COLD I N ON'IJ DAY b The Fabric are Lighter, the Styles are letter than we have t; ,i t. \ :

i ';ih i the jirorer and neededof THE BIG SHIPS i Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All ,.",* Shown Before. JtjtSTALK .... + ;. j Titi :

life ior the /K:,'o\vih and cruggitts refund' the money If It falls ,,-
"With practically not the least opposition ure. K W. Grove's signature Is on t a -
the hole ody.l itvill -- box. :.:.IC.FEDERAL. ABOUT SHOE3.r I "
new nerve iiltrt. ni-rvi' and in a good theatre town," i ( : ; tl. ::

i -li boo.l.1:1! : bestow ,OVER ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND said a citizen, "I am at a loss to PRISONER I C WE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE SALE OF THE FAMOUS :j :i4, t i' J
'id ions; ;years of lilo.i.iivtiiuii .
I;, of Caledonia, I know why the opera house remains RELEASED ON BOND. i 1 SHOES' FOR MEN, ;MADE BY HATHAWAY, SOULK !r. :\I \0 10
I DOLLARS .DISTRIBUTED BY closed about half the when ? '
season
I i If' &HAmUXOIOX.-\XDHAVI< A COMPLETE ASSOIITMENT. r, t.t.tl .t. It .

'. nf the mis('ry and, THE:: PAYMASTERS YESTERDAYI there are countless: troupes available Jack Dauphine, olio was arrested! s TIIl t. IX CONNECTION WITH OUR "DORO[ ( ;'>/ tt r.'l.). ;. ; ,

I rmi-rly and be'.ngInines :: ; i (.n short notice It is not often that a several days since for setting; up an i o THY D )lU') ..," 1<'0" LADIES, MAKE OUft SHOK 0 J:'!c 1 ; .'t f

i:! ,haul Celery,I ul lor Corn I the I show goes "bloke" at Pensacola andit illicit still was given a preliminary(: o STOCK THE SrilONOlNT IN' THK: CITY. 0 '\t !'i : ;> .' in 1i I J,

..nderiitl metlic lu'. | Yesterday was regular\ monthly is not often that a show goes away hearing before I'. S. Commissioner I i
wish hire 'xpl'nses-atul the manasement i l r ,; :
<> Hlcine every pay day on the ships of the NorthlAt'.iiitic Tunison and committed to jail under I We have Just Received 1
u )verso u;> and l lout has never boon known to
of :'iO.! He
hqiiailron and from authentic an appearance bond $ ga'ehonll q
4 of the sys- come out in the hole, as the expression i A FULL LINE OF UENTS' I .
and I
.' f.-el cheerful and sources it is learned that considerable in that amount this morning if
is: and tor these very good and II IIwas \\i i
I over one hundred thousand released: until the April term of : ( r 1

dollars was distributed all anrnml.Cvtry !. stable reasons there is no good excuse the United Slates court. SHIRTS, HOSIERY, NECKWEAR{ UNDERWEAR :
I why the play house should! bekept I l i I Iuppoe t I
I man abuardship had his lira I ilii'k about half the time. I !' you 1'1"I"l'ct our Gents' Furniahiujr: The winy: ,i I 1J I' .
THE GOUMTYGOulMISSIONERS rata by 4 p. m. and 1 great numbers I PAY TRAIN DUE h :Stattlnig; Values we Carry will Or1\Ufy You. < $: 'l, i!' f., j4 ,
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I were allowed shire liberty Probably thought sure that intelligent efforts THIS AFTERNOON.The \\.1 "! : J I.; I


r !, ; I i I day many( vi-nins more were than in cu the any:city one jesterI day- would amusements have during been! tie made stay to of secure sevenbatikship I j3( tk. GREEN, WATSON 6: CO. A {F tW :i:1:J 1. 1II : .

., but srn was not lore so L. & x. pay train is duo this ,
the entire fleet has .... .. .. (l
since been at an- (tk --. --.---- ---. : i. it 'i.
dlllr here, and a very remarkable far as I (understand and some poor afternoon at 3 o'clock\ and will l! payoff +'i' 6. V/. & co. : G. W. & CU< :: : :.''" J,. '".t ', .' .i ." ..

I fact is that the mon were unusually judgment:; has been exhibited I think.I the faithful employes of this division f '.,,"."",',.1 ;; ,'.-'
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t' N CHT FCH: THE PURTRANSFERRING am aware that a great nnny: peopie this evening Tomorrow morning \ 't
jvvc-11 I bt'hav since not an arrest was "i. .
averse to violating their church at 7:13;; o'clock the train will t :ilr

THE jiuado end the police say (hero was I dare vows! during the solemn Laten time, leave for punts on the I'. & A division ...f i_ ?'. ,. i.i i//. ;

T '.E PLANT' TO THE I practically no great disorder. Some I but scores of other patrons not so I dealing; out the coveted! sheckels .i, '... .:': J -;, ft, .
small disturbance took place but ''L.: ;," ; \ I I
1were I 'In.1| arc craving; for amusement 1'1" at all intermediate points betweenPensacola 'i.., -, :
:D OF HEALTH. quicKly s'ijtirossed.In "
some kind and would highly appreciate and River! Junction. The t.: .r11

I order that an idea may bo nb- at least one show a week. I am I arrival 1 and stay of their train is welcome .: i: ( it 'j'jBon .
1.'lII.1; as to how the money was dolt' I ..
told that big troupes arc hard to alike to employes and businessmen .
''d' "1 the board( of out. the I'nitpil Suites navy pay I ". 'ij I
reach during Lent but I am at a loss in this city. ., t .... .. .
I
I' r.. last r..t! tht'i tabs! is given herewith: The salaryof 'J .
to know why some smaller, three or ; -
1 IIIlal"1lllin.\ plant: each officer and man is as follows: '. 'f 1 I
not (n-
I I four night !stand snow an
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i I of h-aUh wax Rear Admiral---------------- $,,.",UU r" ': : rPUitl

1 i \ lor $2i IIlItl41, was Captains! . . ". . :2.oftOComamlers gaged. They could be had if proper ANOTIIBRPIONGBRa Bons and Chocolates.r; ;1'1
effort for them would have been i' /
i'!..iiman \\'AI Ish UTr; . . . . :s.wrt: (! I it
made." :: iniLiciors, : t '
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; ivide for the pay Lieutenant Commander 2.500: .. !I.A

of the arbinntt' Lieutenants . . . . 1.SIM "The Thiesen building may have a'I c8 W. 'D'ALE1)\IIBEo'TE") t t. ,'. : : ,, : f i I

". 'ula. as provide1i : Junior Lieutenants .. . . l,5nu rival within the! next year or non" .. : Ji s r :

Knsigns: . . . . . 1.400 I musingly remarked a builder Htelyhile Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St. .I UJi' !l l: I ) f

bond of Chief Boatswain . . . l.noo ,
.1 d the "\\ there has been really no definite Bri ht's Disease and Diabetes .I 'V r }

."-. notary public for Fleet Surgeon . . . 4.4i'0' ) plans fixed and no plans asked! Arc Positively Curable. i'DR. ', c tf,, 'fr' j 'l

'II ar.dV.. -I. I'.riio,.? i'uyemtsUr . .. . 2,8<"i that there is f 1'
still I know a strong :)

I I-e of S..1. (C.aituTiival fhajibin . . . . :2..W! I proiubility of a magnificent five or J. H. MOCI( ; .. j tl _
. t'.1Ji'n the San Francisco business[ men Wi'1'In'e5tg.tlrlg \! 1 f: i .
stores insin'Ci Warrant Officer . . lSi tlfl erected directly t :}! ,
six building being j
story: I
lie Fulton Compound they fJ)
i ;. .alez. II. ICov. Gunners carpenters, etc IJIt'O :
'H the
across: the street from hear that Dr. C. I) Zeile had both Drighfc :
.'. i'-rs and Jonu l!. in addition to the mote the petty I Thiesen building.; Owners of the Disease Bed I>t.,l>otrs, and was given up a*Incurable ENTIST. -. } )l

offietTs. (''\iJt; taitls, gunners males, property are somewhat dubious: about : and tl-j waited on biiu and got hiai lo d; L.'. ( .
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1 lake it. Now for the sequeL this letter "iur.Ucti
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machinists, hospital ,
quartermasters: ; \ the start but I am told thati t .
nuking I 9 mouths looter It .t. t- : t ,
I ;:t n'rht may sePiso's stewards coppersmiths, blacksmiths i before the end of 10'". work: wiil have "SJI Pacific St., San Frnnci-ro.!'I'rt1, 1901 I ...n'I'- : ._-

: Cure for <'liln1.lk..rs' riatfs, oilers, printers, i commenced on the -eor.J! of 1'enwwo i I mlcy"l"oti irsi my: >own: 1 property fcj: >econauciej on I'acillct inyo! ..,n for pbar-forty 28'2 f-. Palafox .. >i\ Building. I' .,f! : i' ; .

pamt-rs: etc.. receive from $,.iIO; to : eight tenoe associates numt'rsnme
my
ila's! sky-Fcraper. This! is positive if I of the years IH st old school physicians I bid CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. { i' :t m.i";
SStu> yearly : : ;
of
{il am any judge of things. I chronic Bnhfs.. Diseaund. Lnitbctes long ,i "
t-ta nich s-o IHT cms that In Octo r
dll1g
is a new: label! for their The pay of the first-class seamen I is tool rnvs.vcoLA..\. ., I .
I, l- c' on the market. . $::M nor year; s(>amen1.mners, $512: : : that than months ould see the end. We a'.l .. .. :, r l; "I'll bft you did not know that re- looked upon lUc mere 6utv<:stiin of a cnre &4 t. 'f
first class firemen 420 I : musicians. empirical and visionary Bat I yielded to ins 1.-. k 2. t'J I
'\-. 'ntly I there has been some great eansestEt": of tt* parties and the icbistency &
Fr. SES. OF ALL GRADES I $.:>4.: apprentices 2j2;: : ordinary sea. in this that of one of my family acd went on the Fulton Laxative flromo Auinine : "
., a TO $12.50. SIXTY men $:MS I : second cla s firemen, property changes county Compound for Hruht's Disease as a test. Tat **- j. on everybox. 1-
F E TRIAL ON OUR LAM| | will help the old! town a lot." remarked C-l wetkl improved, but thought It a coinci- Cures a Cold in One Day Cripm 2 Days V.rD 25c 1"\-J .5.tf tt1
k rfD {:!'CO:l ; landsmen $I Ut2; coal passers I d'0.. Uut every week thereafter the Improvement I
rt.T MATTRESSES. TRY a natal stores mln. "It is coDtini ert The time fur the fatal eel }!r, >
'- "ARSTON & QUINA. $:!l;:!, 'I. more nor less than this: The N'a'tional -I p.. stl and I was suit irowlcz! stroncer This -- -- lJ'Ji! : '13
no
-0 continued till July when the last trace of bulb H
.. -- - -- Transportation and Terminal I albumen and upar c1ig ppt'a..d. I surpos I G. NERI. A. G. BiNKLEY d-irf hi* friends 4f! il 'rZ t
tare given the C'omnnt.nds to a dozen and they i
I Company has been organized; 'under ail reiorteii fivorably. Ho>erer unreasou 'e and the, public know tfnt he has >: .'; iJ 4 i ,
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$ $ .. It muy appear the cure has been foul Moved to li., 60S) ;
iom TLiespn
I the laws of New Jersey with a capital If those Interested rare to fill at my drugstore build.s : .
Shot- I will be glad to tell all I know concern- in?, where he will contirne as heretofore i ljt'
of Jl.iHjO.OOO. The S. P. ; .
t'J LENTEN SPECIALTIES <: I leg tnis important matter. The discovery iss'tond Ice Cream Parlors H u ;neral l New jiraciPe.. ?i. J :
<< ter Company of this city are large only In Importance to the discoveryof ".. ,
ij' _
i cure for : I r' r
I holders in this corporation and it is oc.umptlon."C D Z[:ILL" :L':i0.: Ialalotr: .' Hot Trench Waffles with ;; f i: 1.

stated will handle the exports of naval :Florida Cane > .'
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"- syrup nt :
I Me<5lil work. agree that Dr'.gbt's Disease > /, .
i T1 J
.SOL CAHN & CO'S. the dicks and yardsto Solomon's.
stores at new NEWLY
.. fi Diibetes are incurable, but tfi p.r cent art I "
UL R
be constructed at Fernandina and positively recovering undf tae Fulton Con REFITTED AND FURNISHED.All "__ t : : :

,F.; Pt>Ir11The trade journals rep pocaJs. (Common forms of kidney ccniplalst; ] {I E.VPEAXE/ ." f '
I
"'Tn '( \niEBEt.: GIK;";\ 1Pt"fI': :'n F.1' anj rheumatism iSe-r but short ri ...sunc ) Kinds cf Creams, Ices, CJaces I; L
1 P taken aur } 1 'F t ;
tin, and it be as El"Ctriial
in may '
i -i ':'M-II I. M>vk-HKih c.a\UoI. 1 Rice tt for Ie Driphfs Tiseise an-1 *! J< for Fruits! and Caksa.: cortrr\cf. aid bUILlnr f .1-\\ f ,
I I U I.H. 1'1 all I.o'. 1 l rit..o"i : the 1J.l>ettc ComroJ Jcha J. Fultoa Co.. ails do your dp.cricalY'JI k 1'1! fir t. 'f i. f ; 1'i ;

' ti :5 (i iii:*. litl'1'FCIt)11tla\G: : IJt: Montgomery: srpet, San t'rdllt'o.. sole. PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIES class styld and:: at re-i.onbo! rat-a, -f"! ,.'< t e 1
t PucknT Chipley, r..=q., is one of Cfin:>iund-rs. Free tests made for Jitloats.HANNAH OR PASTIES.Ma'ilairi's g'. r \ !) ;
L -C\\Y 1':':". Y7 i ., He can h<- found at .30 .i"! falafl.J:: ,
tt; Ll..a..djI'\J _
r rtrtive pampil'.et
4 ;j
Oak .. .fl ;
thr <> incorporates cf the Live 3treft. Phnr .''I'J. 1
i.r'vl:.Generally; Kept in a FL-st-Class Grocery. PHONE 3 Cndies a Seciaty.; .. .. \ ,
BROS. "
.. w 4udfJir
; : Pinning Mill and Lumber C') papers I --. fE i ../ -.<

.. t .. ..A.\) ..."'''.- ''..":.t." ...cY"it. ';;J.v.V.\" ".."" ...;.:' '''...Q'''..'.>>..'Q)".....,.'.'.''''. 'fur the incorporation of which were Agents for Pensacola, Fla. PHONE 602.: j l tSe 2esl ft' -c. : i :.i {




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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY. MARCH 28, 1903

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should not be approved; and a copy "J sleep well enough at night, BRYAN WOULD BETHE

MOTION -TO BOND of said list shall remain in the City And the blame cst appetite CHAIRMAN. Curse

Comptroller's office for public inspec- (AMUSEMENTS.
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notice is Ever mortal man possessed
said
tion durin the time
(Special to the Times-Democrat.)
THE CITY PREVAILEDContinued being published. Before approving the Riley's farmer is the very picture of a sE52s2sEs2.s'a5's2sasES'The 1
registration list, the Council shall or- I man advanced in years, yet in the enjoyment < New York, :March: 23.-A Herald or

I d.. r stricken therefrom the name of : of perfect health. A good appetite minstrel performance at the ': Washington special says:

any person appearing thereon who is good digestion and sound sleep, ere I
,
from First pae.) I house tomorrow night will be'
William J. Bryan .
opera aspires to be he
not legally qualified to vote at said the chief factors in DRINKCt'RED
election and shall order the name of j I a vigorous; old age. !given by the troupe from the Iowa. chairman of the Democratic National

may be designated in tte manner aJre-1 any person to be placed thereon not I I..fes sustainedby Committee in the next campaign..
appearing thereon who is legally qualified 1 food when it is West's Minstrels.The .
when here several weeks
said.Section 8. That it shall be the duty to vote at said election when properly digested fun lovers of this city are to Bryan, ago, BY
cf the Board of Bond Trustees whenevr I pettloned! by such person so to do; and assimilated. 1 talked with Senator Jones of Arkansas !
of shall order i! When dig tion have the opportunity of seeing the the chairman with WHITE RIBBON REMEDy'
it sells, or otherwise disposes but before the Council any present ; Senator
bonds register the from added to said fails, there is a loss great laughing minstrels known as '
any Load or to name stricken or I larmack of lennessee, Senator
book to be provided for that its intention so to do, of nutrition which the \Vm. H. West Jubilee which will I .
same in a list, notice of \ : soon shows itself Patterson of Colorado and James M. Yo1asfe, A'*} oJor Ian q ''1.
pur.lost and to be kept in the office of together with all the names proposedto soon appear in this city. This is ratertia, or coffee trithont p-itifnf
Such registration added to said I _' ( in physical'eak- Guffey of Putsburg While Mr. Bryan .
from Ribbon
K' City Comptroller. te stricken or a 4 Wbt! lte'n'd7iIIeure >t
of its
the most organization 1)1
shall show the number! and de- list shall be published for the period' _';rJ .- -q' { ness, nervousness, popular is in no sense a candidate fcr thenomination the d'seas '-! app-Ute for sir- j.
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af i sleeplessness, etc. kind in America and appeals: lants i. wuetherthe patIent tt ..,,
particularly
uomiiuition of each said: h'n& when of five days in each of the daily newspapers I SI ,, Doctor Tierce's he intends to remain an inebriate, a "tippler," social! di kt f

and to whom sold or how disposed of, published\ in the City of Pen i Golden Medical t oall lovers of music, song active factor in party port ice. Senator drunkard. ImDonblafornnvcaetc:: '.iv I
for whkh! .old or deposed said shall have ( combined RDDflile for Blcob-il.e liquors ate Ii! i
and the amount sacola. After Register I Discovery cures and hilliarous comedy, White Ribbon Remedy. '*
Jones would it is understood, bt
I of.Section. completed said list, and the same has I diseases of the with the richest and most elaborate
I t willing! to resign chairmanship at this Indorsed by Menilxrs i If w c T v
9. That the City Treasurer teen approved by the Council. it shall j stomach and other that
and costumes
setings
and all other officers and agents colly be published in the City of Pensacolafor i C/i organs of digestion stage f'rae. Mr. Bryan has been a i visedfly !tI r Moor".prpsllupt'riolt'Dh! it ,r w0.men's .

'ting or receiving any money from the period of ten days at least ten I and nutrition. Itr abundant capital and good taste can his; friends that for him to seek bra CAhfornia.Christian TemperitneH writes: "1 r hayi "v'.t'i:.

any assessment tax, or other sourceto days before the day of election. No I I strengthens the prod U't'e. the place nowou1tl do no good. Its \* hue Ribbon Kemedy on very 1.drunkardsand a:
be applied to the payment of the person shall be allowed to vote at said A body in the only 1, I be cures hav> ttt.
I : understood to be the Neoraskaa's In many ca fi! the Kemedv "a, K ;.
principal or inteiest of said bonds or election whose name does not appear : way possiblebyI Sweet Clover. cretly. I cheerfully recomm,
of the in- list and I r enabling the assimilation plan to commit to his such dorse White Ribbon
the
any of them, or any poition upon prepared, approved I' The scenic production given "SweetClover" \ support Remedy M. 11
created thereby, shall aforesaid. j of the our Union are delated/ to r: a,
btedaess published, as 1 members of the present committee as
,I. I extracted is one of the most elaborateever raicnl treatment toa.duam ",.1 i iaucework. ..
HI., <', once a week, on a day to ba Section 14. That the City Council i \ (1. nutrition he regards! as special friends and as ."
1, !' ,lithe Board of Bond Trustees, shall appoint three inspectors and one : Il ( from food. taken on tour and requires a
.. Druggists or by.'mali, II T ai ',
I I used ten bottles likely to be selected for the new com
election
; '1 reports in tluplicatf shottinga clerk cf election to hold the specially constructed car for its

4 ,. amount collet i, or retched herein provided for, in each election'! I'' ',1' c, \fl ".. of McUical Ir IVrcf'sGoUkn Di.icoxety I transportation.: Ten of the latest im- mittee. free by writing Mrs. A. M. Tovvnsend fcr

I i n. and the person or source precinct of the city. If any inspector I",1-\U._' ,,,'4 and severalia1a of The chairman is usually chosen inaccordance I years secretary of a Woman's Orst-;

t : ,\ !lich the same was received or or cleric, so appointed shall fail ta: at- "t a his year' Hejsant ago Ihispring.Prlet. I prom calcium limps for stage with the wishes; of the ain Temperance Union, 218 Tremont

4 ; I. One of said report.shall 1>" tpnd the proper polling place at the II and have had no trouMe n ith jiat-tion,iuee." lighting are also carried to lend realism I I St, Boston, Mass. Hold I ,
of : the the \\ntL Mr W, T Thumpatm, of T.' nseml.liroa nominee for the presidency. Mr.
proceed- firelight
fle in the record.* time fixed for cpenn!; polls, to the sunset, moonlight Hannah Bros., 11.1': lar.11 <
4- ,,:' the Board of Bm-l Tm.';. I inspectors present shall fill the vacancies -I hon
r other !hal! :V filed\ with tht'z' I and, if all the inspectors are a'j- so much and it seemed that the doctors and tableaux effect with which be friendly to him, and that his standing p' CHICHESTER-a TH.t H
f mptroller: and vh'i%-.J b> him sPilt, then the majority of the persons could ilo me no jxxl. I got down in weight tom in the part is such that there will ; !njv.ri""J12 .. Q
pound- and was not able to work at all.
'L .1 lc to Iw provided! 'fl- that !purr -'I, present qualified to vote in said product Now I M! .. %)ngi.I ...,! U..I.. 1/. ..."
".:.> the direction of the FinautjI I at said election, stall fill the the farm. I recommended your medicine The first act is an exterior and ).J-1-.u.t. ....... .. 'I'
to several and shall always have a good chairman, if he desires the place. { ...1. ,. for culIcItglh.tc. : : .. _11"1
ci" u'KP: of te! City CiHinc.l.t ; vacancies.: his "Fanner llolcombe's pretty .J.: In la-II'
: : word to fur Ur. Puree and mtdicmes. represents I..old
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i say ., ,. ,. ..... ,... ot
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,.. .t 10. The Major of the City I Section, 13.::; That on the day of The Common Sense Medical Adviser, Conecticut horns with its beautiful .-.. 4. !S4aZ.r.N. "u..ou'T.L- ...
_lt 1 1' nsacola is h...ieby directed: to election the polls shall be opened at looS in covers, is sent free Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat Bis- I-), ii.,... ., ":, .' 4,1*
pages paper oaks '" 'i
flowers and .widespread ?!>? I..rtlnl. ., .,.
': Ins proclamation! calling aa electn eight o'clock a. m., and shall be closedat on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay cuits, and Force with Cream at Sdoman's. i \7. Ji '',:..11.--1.,1". .
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to be held on the. diy of . '. II sundown with an intermission of I expense of mailing only. Address Dr. I which shelter the dooryard and extend A. :__" I, "'-Mall... Itt.Oit( M<-lit*-.l f- .aJ f "
I .
\. I). ]!:1. ., to determine whether one-half an hour between twelve and R. V. rierce, Buffalo X. Y. I a welcome to the visitors of the I. j... ...D .' \0

.. 'i' nut the issuance of th.3! bonds for one o'clock.! The polls shall be locatedat I Holcombe farm. The sun has set, I --
i the purposes and amounts herein: or as near practicable, to the low to Prepare Taffy Apple
in the horizon -
I numerated, or any of them, shall at polling! places used in the last preceding Make a thick sirup of sugar; and avery leaving a crimson glow

that time be approved by the majority city election. little water. Lo not stir willie the tinkle of the cow bells grow InZICKB&CO.

of the votes cast by the qualified electors Section 16. That the inspectorsand toiling. When it threads, take off the dim crickets chirp and the fireflies

tL qualified to vote an voting at clerks of election in each precinct Ire and in live minutes dip the applesin warn that peaceful night is comingon.

said election. Said proclamation shall I shall make out and sign duplicate returns it. Set on paper to drip and dry. Plumber
Gas and
be published in each daily! newspaper of said election and deliver one Steam fitter
in the second
:: : published in the City of 1'eus.acola forth copy thereof to the City Comptroller More Riots. The scene changes ,

(' period of thirty days. and one copy to the chairman of the act to the beautiful Queen Anne

Section 11. That before the time of Board of Canvassers at the city hall Disturbances of strikers are not drawing room of :Mrs.: Emmett's New No. S South Palafox Street

I the issuance of said proclamation the as soon as may te practicable after nearly as grave as an Individual disorder -
faithful reproductionof
York mansion a All Kinds o* Plumbing; and Gas Fittings Materials Kepi on Hiss
Council shall, by the affirmative vote the closing of the polls. Said returns of the system. Overwork loss

'd$ i4L three qualified voters ot the City of voting at said election and the numberof .apartments ever conceived by an .
owed utter collapse unless a reliable --
1frt; Pen acola! each of whom shall be the votes cast respectively "For Bonds" by I architect and executed by a multi

'Lf own"r cf real estate therein as a and "Against Bonds" for each purpose remedy is immdiately employed. millionaire the. original of which exists -

Boid of B.nd TiustoQs. The mem- and amount proposed. seperately.The There's nothing so efficient to today on Fifth Avenue.A SAMUEL CHARLES,

>I. > ( said l'.oard shall be electel frI inspectors and clerk shall deliverto cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys .,
c. t>.'m of on two and three years th- chait man of the Board of Canvassers
: as Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful .i BDDT AND SHOE
', mely. lie! bond "quired by at said time and place the Night Alarm. MAKER
.. to be given by the. nu-nibt-rs! of I, pull! lists tally-sheets registration I tonic, and effective nervine

.j-rj S.. d Board! shall be in the sum of I lists, used and unused ballots, and all and the greatest all around medicinefor Worse than an alarm of fire at V .L REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

I, '!'t. u Thoiiiaad Dollars, anti they other papers and things used in conducting run down systems. It dispels night is the brassy cough of croup k; ::C&S.i3: ] Wholesale: and Retail Dealer in Shoes,, Leather & Finding.

:! i i-oiie the following compensa1 and holding;: said election. On Rheumatism and I
-; The President, t>f the: B.ard the day after the day of election, or as Nervousness, ; which sounds like the children'sknell I 'i'HOM614.. U07 SOUTh PALAFOV naT

:$i i"c-eive 575:; ; per annum, pay- 'I soon then-after as possible, the Boardof Neuralgia and expels :Malaria: germs. i and it means death unless

r i IH'uthly. and iach other nv'iubiT Canvassers shall canvass and declare Only COc, and satisfaction guaranteed -I! something is done quickly. Foley's !

-' .. Boaid l shall ivcuve $:lhll( | per the result of the election and byV.. A. D'Alcmberte druggist i I Honey and Tar never fails to give i J. E. DUJ3UISSOX Z? BROTHER

.f4: .iii I Ill payable muutWy :Sa'.d I: iard I thr:1: certify the same to the Mayor 11 S. Palafox street. instant relief, and quickly cures the : ,
..r Ti tees, in addition; to the powers :j and Council, and the result so certified
..* :.i.t and duties hereby conferred, shall ;i. shall be entered on the record of proceedings EGG HUNT AT ST. KATHERINE'S. worst forms of croup. Mrs.P. L. Cor- !I X3KXKK T.HlUGO'i.O:' IXTEXJf'Xt.'I.STItta'as; ,

L 't : -. '-.-. the powers vested in and per- of the Council. dier of :Mannington, Ky., writes: II I Dealers in
4 the Section 1;'. That the Board of Canvassers I
duties conferred
the
rm upon 13 the "My three year old girl had a severe
On Easter :Monday: April ,
1 Hoard of liond Trustees of the City oft I herein provided for shall have of tho doctor said she : e Choice Staple and Family Groceries *
third annual Egg Hunt for the child. case croup; I < <
Pen-acola by Chapter 50i>7, Laws of prepared and printed all necessary ,

('4 Florida of 1 1l, and shall possess such blanks and ballots for use in said ren will be held in St. Katharine's could not live. I got a bottle of Fo Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too many to enumerate,

other powers and poiform such other I election, and shall make all necessary Rectory grounds Cervantes and Davis ley's Honey and Tar; the first dose and Warranted to be the Best the Market Afford/ and can be

.: viu's as may be hereafter provided arrangements and preparations for streets East Hill, at 4 o'clock in the gave quick relief and saved her life." I Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order liven us Daring the

1; by ordinance. II saiii (election and all expenses of said afternoon. A prize is to be given to I Refuse substitutes. W. A. D'Alem- Holidays and will Deliver Free to any I'art of the City.

"smion 12. That the ballots u=ed election shall be certified, to by the the children finding the Golden Egg, ,
121 S. Palafoi street
'riaiiI election shall be substantially chairman of the Board of Canvassers and light refreshments will be served. I berte. I COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION

u the following form: I and paid out of the general fund in The ladies\ are preparing to make this P.O. Box326.

OFFICIAL ILLLOT.j4 the, city. treasury.section :. flgg: Hunt more than usually enjoyable -I Jfudcjins, fife Best Jcr DC.I I J. E. Dubuisson & Bro,
:: is. mat the Council shallelei An admision fee of twentyfivecents j I PHONE 66.

(,t three members to serve as a will be charged for each person, I :E'.n.mily'M G-roeorw.
.'. Election City of Pensaco'.a. 1,
-; i. Bond ,
I
Board of Canvassers for the election which will inciiide refreshments and

k"f I, b'-reln proided for. t=aid Board of particiPation in the hunt. CHOICEST I

.. TIi! ( allot rro'ihll'for\ tlio l'kdiOn,1 Canvassers shall perform all the :M23-U11A; 13. I A.

'!k for tho voting ii-piratoly duties and have all the powers herein I Averyst'ccRssoa
.
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_1l tl'o jirorjMiions! of section 1.) conferred upon the Board of Canvassers A (inaranteeil Cure fur IMJrs: I II !
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iross-mark said; I.allot in and shall also perform all the I
; I Each ou Itching. Blind, Cleedlnu i>r Protruding FRUITS RDCONFECTIONER D ( TO AVERY WOOLFOLK..>
BonW shall !iitios and have all the I
< conferred -
;t-Pi .lint ef tile words "For powers rll.. Your druggist Ilt refund jour
t. L ,.:.u-Unite a vote of the elector making upon Boards of Canvassers ofp'sn'lar money If 1'AZO. OINTMENT: tail to cure IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

'-ame in favor of the piopositioniii l : city elections under existing you, 00 cents I IPiso's -AT- I
I 'j t ,-.- bonds for tlu- purpose and laws and ordinances in so far as the II I !I HARDWARE.

; 4 ;!U:" '.nt specified and each suoh .cro;- same are requisite to the holding, ccrItifjing Cure will cough, APOSTLE'S
-,,,' !: in front of the words "_\ ainbt: and canvassing of elections cure your. ,
,Rt ,:. .IV shall constitute a \ote of the i'heroin provided for; and, except as relieve serenes o! the maps and help Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovrls.:: SSiipplifs iw Mill and Steamboat

iL Mnr makins; the SAIUC aainst the :] herein otherwise provided, said election difficult breathing. I 11 East GWfHiEit St., Cooking: and H--r '_. Stoves, Paint. Oils

'"L'iJOfl" : 10 issUe bonus for the pura shall be conducted, as nearly as Window Glass, Guns, pi-i u.td\ Fi-hin{ Tackle.Aate .
If nnjorof -I he in compliance: with the esistlaws 1 Formerly Cordova ReftaurantBtatii ,
a may
i amount specified
: I ; ami Tinware, ann( i[ >,riiriilshiii, !; Goods.CVAOENK .
.. the votes at said election shall I lug and ordinances relating to Try The News' WANT COLUMN.
r I One car-loid: of Pineapples at ll.ll( |
of regular city >jections.Ely's FOR UIRMIN'UHAM
(
ta "aT, :. in favor of bonds; for any I dozen. LULLING MILL COMlANY"1
to $2.00 i I
pr
j .. iicniits; and purposes !oJ( cilit'd,1 I j Jfadqin's, the/ Qeslor oc.. I Revere Giant Stitchfd Belting! Northampton Emery
:1 tne bonds proposed herein to be i Liquid Cream Balm is an oitl! Wheel Co., I. If tin & Rind Powder Co., Johnson's Kil'ite -

: ,''i 'i for such ii\irpcit and amount i I IU friend in a new form. It is; prepared ,c.1.a. MEN AND WOMEN. sun : Iron Km? and Buck Stoves and Riuges, Win

i'I :1[ K issued as herein provided, ; I j for the particular benefit of sufferers I .etULs I I.I d.ys. dscharts.inflainn.ti'e.f..lt,4.frnanaturalI. Coups : unless a majority: of the votes'! O.aragted irntalioDt or ulcrrauuDttil \Iadll Railroad Colors
ii"\ ;:, from nasal ca'arrh who are used to TheTorii \ ; ass to stitare. m neon i nifmbrane
41'J i :t shall bo so cast in favor of the i Pr.w.I.(siiiss. Painlf, and not aalrm Masonic Temple @ FJa.
atomizer ill s-praying: the diseased I ar ExcIiacc. ,
1 ',niiposUlon: to i>sue bonds for the pure -1 1I" \ "a THrEVINSCtI.ICALO. t nt or poi > and amount spocifl-M. the amount mt'mhranp.11 the healing and sooth CC1h5ATII SoW by DranUt. 1
::; -e Fii r.s.a. or spat in plain wrapper,
i ropocd to be issued for such purn. ins properties of Cream Balm are retained hr fiprfm. prepaid lortl
not be issued. \ ,, .00. ('r3 IottI'i12.5.
: and amount shall
.j -e in the new preparation. It t Circular tent CD reueat. TIME TABLE.
Section 13. That at least..days: '
i. L does not dry up the secretions. Price 1' : --
1 ":',Jre the day of election the City
.I'N t .'iir.cil Fha'.l! by the majority! vote of including, spraying lulic. 73; cents. At I i iLI LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILHOAD.
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: ;i of its members elect some ualtI -i your druwist's: or lly Brothers oOWarren .._ IN KKKECT DECEMBER I.ISMI

lied person to act as Kfsister for said I Street New York, will mail I Wne coo?, II Chris Thieseo I

i; clottion\ ; anl it shall bo toe d'ity of it. The bt Sf eci -rcdv for I New Orleans and Mobile.
.r said Jtc isl'r to prepare under the \ Malarial and

., 111"-n'iio of the Board of Canvassers AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT? \ Fcvos Typhoid, I CORNERINTENDENCiAANDBAYLEHSTS. ,"0.8. So.,. So.I. :< (n.l. No I.
'. herein provided for, a lit of all I l"nulIa1l! a hacking cough and a ;. 1 7:15: a Ulfi m 1l:1() p Leave PeIllicollArrln io."j: 1:00 p I V:* tT.MS
t, jual'tied voters residing: in each elecn -I general feeling of weakness, often \d ruuz/ 8:511: a 2:7 p lf)t a Ltoavel'lomaton_ I.pue 2:80 p
Pensacola. j ., IlkeJ 1 I'lp 2i5 a Luve.. Mobile .. .._ Leave 12:15 n f>Mt
t '\> precinct: in the City of !heading to fatal results! after the patient ,m--_ ":2tp 7:11111 L..avS wflrl"an8L..ave sto p 7:2 1 !_ -
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who shall have paid taxes on real Cst | is supposed to have: passed the One Block \\'et of Palafox. :

Ito or personal property to the City danger: point. Foley's; Honey amI North.
S :.." the year for which ttxes were last I I I Tar is guaranted to cure the "grippe BUY THE I KEEPS BRANDS OF

'!':.e ali payaV.e: next preceedin: ? the ; e uuh" and make you strong antI i I
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: 1 !( "v of said. election. Said re::;istraon -: w,'.l. It never fails to stop a cough II llO/ipm I,12:16pm Leave Pencacola _Arrlve Ioopm So. 1 I NO.1.(.CJ.III

l list; shall l-e completed and sub- i I if taken in time. Take no substilutes. ThjTI 11:15 am : 87 pm Arrlve Montgomery _l..eava 11:151 m sa: p m
:p '>''fed to the Council for its approval [ I lI:5 am ifllpm .\rrlve_ Hlnnln !bam _Ltoan sssam I: p m
of 11QUORSvolt i 7\1 p m 8:10 a m ArriV8Xalhvllt8 _Lean .,._ _'" _
41 nt least thirty days before the day iI/a: m 5lS a m ArrIve _Louln-lIIe .Laaye 115 p m 5:45 a..
said Register shall give I : 7o:! am 116'; a m Arrive,.ClnclnDatlI.fIVP
"!'rcf.on: : and 8I.fJ p m ll'l p 01
"Il Hot Rolls at S 1>. lOc
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In each: dailyvpapf"r 7am lSIp m Arrlye ___ .. t. Louie ....._Leu.. II p m : p mI
:-i j"e by publication
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SEWING MACHINE
doz. At Solomon's.Lumber. .
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a
ti .. \ published m the City of I PENSACOLA. AND RIVER JUNCTION.
}'. --n-ola of the exact t'me: that said I
I
Do not be deceived thorlx lvortUe
1-y < .
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1 -- will he submitted to the Council. io. 21-0&111 No. II-VaH11 NOltop where Um not Ibown So. 3-.Iisiiy NO. 21-Dill
all citizens to show I 2x3 scantling, $3; per thousand. a Id4).( ) NwingMarhiue for ,- --
and calling on '
can.vhy said list 0\3: : scantling J5 per thousand. f 20.U: ). 'fhi"kiwi (If a machine ran Family or nleuicinal Use :, ii56 pm 1:00 1 m Lt>avel'enlacolaArrlve lOlo p DI8:10) pili
if they "
cause any 11:15 night ":11" P.obt'mla_ 10:117" 1:1,1"
be l < lit from
>oti \1101' four
I Other items in proportion. Call and : any i 12O 7:1 Yoleltrl 10:111" 8:01"
dealt froiti1-.1.ito J1S.OO. II ".
see us.M1mo.. 1 FOR 1223" ":18 .. Eieamt-la 10.112 II OM".
and : BEEKMAX LUMBER CO. WE MAKE A VARIETY. 1:1.115": T26 -- Mula' 10:21" 0.16
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The best pill 'neath the stars
12.55 78 ___ Harp __ iozi I 6tO
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stripes! ; I THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. 1200" 1:36 _6'ltCIt7_ JO:16 01
0. B 'I' U.X A.. Toe Sailor or llSMll. UM": TAi _._ Hilton .' lGIO 5J II
Risers of worldly repute.It The Feed determines the N _GOOd II I, "
Little Early Ilia Ltd Iii Kavs HM BCJJ* strength orweakm. 1:110 am RaOI8_ __ 5:55: ..
ths __.
,.:! of te\\ing Maihint-s. Tin 11\6\ 8:15 HOltl_._ 1:86 H7J I.sa
doanscs the and ne"ergripes. i I '
system II
8 IO __ JI "
MIIlIgln __ IJ 4:11
:
:: : Double Feed comliiu \s ith other 1:811" 8:18 _Creltylew_ 8:11 1:00 ..
strong oint-i makes the Aev Home 1:00" ese _,.lieerband.. U 8t1O 1:31 "
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Ask for DcWitt's and take no the best Sewing Machine to buy.showing I Swedish Punch, Danislf Aquaril, ';:!I" 1:18 .. Mossy Held 80: IU .
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German Kummel and other brandsof 1'01" 8:16 .. ..DeYnniakltprings.: II 8:18 U 14141s
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substitute.A A it the dIF! I:" .. __ Argyle_ II I:" N RJ1 "
small pill easy to buy, easy to take I, wfligtfi e f r CIRCULARS f> rnt Hyles of j imported Wines and Liquors. 10. 1:07 ....Ponoe d. Leon..- '18" 1:11"
Sewing Machines 6:00" JOIO __ WeltY1Ue. '1:11" 100"
and easy to act but never failing In These tiny Capsules s.resuf't'nort ? we manufacture ricea bik.>repur. :.....mg Here only you will find the N. C. 5l 10:16 __ CaryTlIle_ '1:12" 1:45 ..

results. DeWitfs Little Early Risers : .Balsam rofCcpalba, t Kentucky Whiskey %t 11.81"1:00 lo 107: '4 .". __ Bonlfa,__ "" IM.':17"' I 1 JI ff>4 II8SJ"
Bowen .Cblple1
arouse the secretions and act as t 1 Crbeb! I and. InjectiotiiI @!)' THE NEW HOME SEWIRC EMM(; EO.OKANCC. years 1Iff" .. _CoUondale_ 1:18" I'UIIH 5oCT00 ..
old. I' 1IIj": U !
They euretn4 hours the M'.S. .. IIlrllllnA 8:00" u:1t
a tonic to the liver, curing permanent :s mba<5q. X.Y.,Chicago,IlL Atlanta, Gi. '1:30" 11:111": .._. ...Cprell_ II 1Ix8" llsl; III
U&.1.nhCoJt "
nY1.Q.'JtL' Valhalla Branch, corner Garden ':40" 11:5' _Grand Rldgl_ U (\\:112" 1It":
ly. Harsls Pharmacy, Julia Sheppard, '?. LCt Mi i"ht itt rt"?!;!CGSTt fcU LJulS,: o., Dallas/Tex.,San Fraaclsco: ,Cal 7M I.. U:06 noon _.__ Haeadl II en" lC 'j) '
Kahn. FOR SALE BY street and 10th avenue. 81. l2:1 ArTITR..RlyVtlnnctlon ..Leue elQ 1 10JJ: of
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DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA FLORIDA $ L I.
THURSDAY MARCH 36.1903 -

V i. '4Ti.r
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.' Sons -
RIOTING My ON THE WAYS. i rLt4
t9C. t ,..

said a great business man, "are my The steam pilot boat Florida was Pt l-

IN SPAIN partners and they need all the hauled out on the marine ways yes- OWING TO THE LARGE NUMBER ft1fl-. i ; ,

strength and courage I can give terday for a thorough overhauling. She WHO HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO .. I". 2

p' r them," and he forthwith paid for a will be out of commission for a weekor SEE THE RED CROSS DOCTORS ,, j. 4-: 1t11
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: TWELVE KILLED $1,000,000 policy in The Mutual more. During the repairs on the THESE EMINENT GENTLEMEN ;;1 t :: f t-, ; f-' .,,
AND SIXTY
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.,- P- Life Insurance Company of New Florida the bar will be watched by HAVE EXTENDED THE TIME : ) jl! -I i. : J"l

.... A WOUNDED-THE COURT HOUSE York. Not without the most care- pilots on the sailing boat Colt. FOR THREE MONTHS TO ALL j I"I .'' J i 111 i j:jJl

fi1k ful investigation, however, extend. WHO CALL UPON THEM BE. ; 9 l .. ,.

BURNED-THE MOB THREAT- ing over six months. He was con BIG CATCH OF FORE APRIL 21. Ji .L: .' .t: fl' i. '!

o. ;- vinced by just such facts as led the SPANISH MACKEREL. I t S ,,'
r.raM ENED TO DESTROY BUSINESS 1. I'1 : {
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President of a National Bank in A staff of eminent payMelsns and fur- i .' L' .1\ 1{
f XKvliiTiiY !eons trorn the Ked Cross Mt'dl\'IIlnstilute! i i.\] ..:
New York make the curious and ;
to
: PART OF THE TOWN. The smack Florida arrived to have. at tbA urgent solicitation of a large ,:.' "ih. fiiI
: shrewd provision in his will whichis I number of patient* under their care in tbi* i t../ : ,
I Sanders & Co. from St. Andrews yesterday 1 ,
; countfv,e tabll r-1, ; I 1 "
contained in "A Banker's Will. of the Institute In tbis city at J ; i '
with about:: 30,000 Spanish t '\ !
I. 1.-. 1 I : \ 'J.?; 4

". ., ,:,. '. .. fj I. I II/7J AI'y Port of Spain, Trinidad March 24. Write for it and also for the mackerel which is regarded as: a record \VestChase Street. !ft H. Yt .'
; j IdTh account of the $1,000000 policy f
catch local fisher-
breaking by i
j
W Twelve natives were killed and .II 1'
-J- The eminent gentlemen have decided to J 4. :
i rV r 4- The Largest Annual: Premiums. The fish in quite handyto their entirely' tree three f l. f ,
I t = --6 sixty wounded, many of them non- men. came give services [ur: i ;
f L' 4- ntontbittnedtcineeieeptedtoali! ) Invalids : $ I!. ,j l.t I ;
: combatants and women, during yes This Company ranks the consignees. who call upou them for treatment t :
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I ------.-. terday's rioting. The government first first-ln-In Assets Amount Paid Policy-holders. Between Now and April 21.These t-1f: r1 'it! :l' :1.1 'J 1t"
-- building was entirely destroyed by how to Care For Broom '
.1 -== FIrst-In Age. services cncslst not onlv of .. t'
......:=i7 .I'I I consultation
To broom from .I' .It' J
'- ;_ the rioters and the police barracks presiM've \lmiDg ,elimination and ad vice, ,but also ; : d' : 1 i..
.p' THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE bang it l tIe little device of min'tr surgical j 1
:m'p ahvay; >y : operations. '
\ : ; ___L-,_ : were damaged by fire and water. The ubj"cID pursuing this course j., ,1",. \ '
\ :: attached to the handle or, iu tlwabeme IJ! i f
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All the government records in the COMPANY OF NEW YORK, I is to bl'\.on" rapidly and lI'ronall ao { 1'1' jf :
) : c-- zi of this! tuk on a Wp in a dwllb'beAI"kftnd..m..t"'I''Ddnn. 1 1.:. UL '" l '
tf 4 2' colonial secretary's office, the crown RICBAKD A. President. convenient in exeut. do tier no conditions will any charge! whatever I ; : \. 'f t'
McCCRDT I.l.chut
any be made fur any services render for three { ;f. t .1
L : ; ]lands, and other departments were not: let the straws stand on tile tltior. months to i all who call before April :iltt.Thedoctrrs l''J"; ,' '.1 .
.r all forms of 'I t t l I"." .
I" treat di-edse and
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-';: -. destroyed.The ). Nassau, Cedar, William & Liberty A g"MI'plan\ when tlirouzh sweepingis ) : I defornnliea and guarantee: a cure Iu every 3 t t.t : .. .
rioting had its origin in the Streets NEW YORK, N. Y. to soak tl.e!: broom a few momtutsia ca.thee' : nnderiake. At the first 101t'r"I if l' i I ,

oppositon to the new water ordinanco CKCII AV1M.COX warm ";0)1:) >ud<. Shake it thoroughly view 1[ Incurable thoroucb are examinatIon frai'kly and I Is kindly mule.and.told i. i : j, .. ,t' : t 1' I
Manager, you I ;
I in iiii I r'iiv: TTTL[ I 'II .
iii WI I .
which reduces the water allowance aid !hang! it up imniidiately.: A ; 0al.olldvl'IB2alDst"I'l'ndlngmon'yror .' } : .': ,
Jacksonville, l"la.T. u-elei-s treatment. I' i, '. i' 1 .
broom tr.t.Ihi.\ < will last twice
per head and increased the water wuy Male and female weabnes'. catarrh and f : ; I.
i
C. WATSCN & CO., D'strict Manage the time uf (Itit'! standing on the fltMir i catarrhal deatccFs; also varicocele. rup- I i! :.i j '. '
rate. The court house was suroundec i and all diseases of the \ : r
ture. goitre.cautrcr '" 0 .
I.. BEAR & CO. DISTILLERY DISTRIBUTORS, PENSACOLA, FLA. Pensacola, Fla. Whon\ the straw become bent, a hrw1.1I" i rectum, are positively cured: Ly their new \ .. t. i'! !l : P ,
while the legislative council was in very sol ri'ntlereil useless.! treatment. t t. Ii :, I _
- session disFcussing the water ordi I I Tb..lrrhlco'8s TAKE NOTICE. 111 III be In personal charge: I t'11: "I 1,1. j "
Fort liarrancas, Fla.. March 9, nance. The KG!) broke through the Hour tn C'lire Miff Joints. | tltflcuOf'. HI \Vet: < lilt,rt Offlcw Hours i,.. ; '4. r, .. -
B a. m. to 7 p. m. t'u'hdaalua. m. to 1 p.m. J "
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T: w." it n" .y concern: 1003.:: -SeaU-d preposals in triplicate police lines and stoned the IjuiUUsg! : !. To kivp the joints: of Use li.imV from seasoiibIe I \ d.. !-fit' r i :1 1, ''

C' ..'J after this date all RcsoluI will be received until 11 a. m. March The rioters then demolished the contents pottiiifT stiff after l.oMins the hands ::", t.PARte.ER'S t.

C"is cf Thinks: Excursions or 2S, 1SOJ: for constructing live cisterns, \ of the lower floor of the build in water :is hot ns cin l>o borne massage Ist reasonableOTCQ : 1 ": i I r .'.. -
t- .
t N1I. both tine bie'aunI: palms gvt-e'Z.ti .. i : '
HAm BALSAM I. .
Fort }1'ickcns Fla. U. S. ins and set tire to it. All thoso I
,
to whicn adMis. reservesright
': ents an and Imiiuui
the
E' with sweet oil.: This should be thoroughly hli. I } 'I
to attending! the meeting were assailed rrIw'. I Iniuint "" .IIJ. I' I '. ,
s- s C 'ired.( and Eimi'ar notices, reject or accept any or all rutiliol in. Tlu'ii flip the hands ?e. Fill to llcitore Gray 1< ": I .
I IJ IirujiosaLs: or any part thereof. Information with misslos, being a, to 1:9. Vombful Coior. .11 ,;' t.: 'J I
;: c arged for at regular Edvcr- many persons in Lot water a.iin; ti-in::; wwp. Ilin:ir 'Muo. I "'
furnished Envelopes ., '. .-. :'
on application. I.': ; Ej' j'j'I' :
struck by stones and bottles. lotionof .j"
t. 1s.r containing proposals: should with clear water antI rub on a I Ii. : '
I he marked for Cisterns The fire drove the people from glycerin auJ rosiwater. "I! dk.'J I
"Proposals! ;
addressed. K. COLI1 Q. M.) the building, and. aided by the local r '
The Nes' WANT COLUMN. I larch 17, IS, ID: 20: 2C: 27.: military force they defended their Stow to Treat n hun or SralJ.Tor J.A.VAN PELT. J C. VAN PELT. ::1 t.v.t ..
the immediate appHnitmn to a
lives with rifles. The rioters then I turn or :n scald: inTliap-s,, there is nothIuj VAN PELT BR.oTHER.S'IWr ; :: t

c-.i enty! with a view to plunder:: mor-1 eilicaciotis than simple flour. : : '

D. HALE WILSON threatened to burn the business: portion It fehouKl IK> applied) immediately and

of the town. The commander of spread thickly over the affected surface :

the llritish cruiser Palms, lying in the part h'iug'rlI'l".1 afterward STAPhE AID fANCY GROCERs. tlrl)} ": it',:1'

Real Estate and Rental Agent the harbor, was informedof the serious in eo'ni wool], kept in place by a .

situation, and landed detach bandage; or strips of old linen. If the ,
burn or the scald be merely l superficial, FRESH LINES OF DELICACIES RECEIVED DAILY AND DELIVERED !.,

IJlSi: South Palalov Street, ments lit blucjacKfts from the Pal this remedy will be found most excellent ANY PART OF THE CIT /. j ; ; t f .
Rocket, frs '
las and the torpedo destroyer
but where the deeper tissues are
TELEPHONE NO. 243. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA ,
with four machine guns. Two hundred involved other remedies are to be rec Have Added to Stock a Complete Assortment of Anti-Rust Tinware. Positively l :

< citiensere armed and swornin ommended.How. Guaranteed Not to Rust. This is Something that Housekeepers I, ;' .' k ; I .

Classified Advertisements. as special constables. The sailors to RepaIr Cortalni. have not had the Opportunity to Purchase Before. ,l : : H-I I

and volunteers rendered invaluable "
To repair a curtain when ironing and : : .

.- _. service in patrolling the str'etsthrouhout a hole I is,, discovered in it take a pieceof PELT BROTHERS Yj !H
VAN :.
ONE CENT A WORD. !: the night;; and guardingthe the l' '!-t )part of an old curtain a lit- tL. t, 'S ,

hank, treasury and other public tle larger than the hole and dip the t : ; .

LOST Ulack buildings. Order was then restored. edges in cold starch. Then place it TELEPHONE NO. 231 J* .." ..* 3J EAST GARDEN ST. f. +( .
and tan 1I0ganswers to l
More speeches are being made today our the hole and afterward iron over 1. .
f ONEY TO LOAN name of (Charlie). Scar on left hindquarter it. '- '.
against the water ordinance and 'p I t \
reward if returned to residence i
:
there is probability of further! Doors and & i' r.,
a
a-onable term and 81',1
0 I r of L.V.. Williams, 227! North '.1', 1 + '
w" i'!I... rious trouble tonight. The ('( '

i \\" I5ULLAKD, llajlen street house, which cot.t $.)5OM;; ( is cornPletIY | """ W. Window Screens : : : .J
M I I.tf.:: :
l' ,if. x, tTp-4tairt'. : \ '
and the contents of .
.. \ \\ILON, ) mitu-d; '
Iana.rpr'j WANTED. line vault totally estroyed. The i| If You Have Jlltt rl HAVE 'ou :"?t'G.HTf F fr1-n'? ii- q iJ J i ,

._.. ,_.._--".......".. -- Chamber of Commerce is holding a : THE ,
HDHEYTOLOAN : ....... .JU.-- -::..JO".m.. I .'. : ,;.. PUOTKCTIOX AND ; -, '. .
\\\XTED-CoOtl: nurse Immediatelyat ] with view to cabling to :
meeting a ; -4
1tf
I ._ ._ ? ('OMF'OIIFTIIEYAFFOIW? f
:"HI: ) West Chase. mlCtf. '
(Mr' ;" horses the home government requesting the ... ,
i : W\ oiH, RheumatismO != t t. i.. I ,
in". i ,' L i.1 i other kinds of recall!! <,f the high officials here. I .f- = Get Prices Now. i1. .. r'l ) ..
I'M, .1 I ; :v. Ru..iuefS 'ril WANTED 6 YOU\l MEN from 1 ,z,:;: :i'. :'l1" '" --" "==-g- --- "i .t ,,
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iriirteKi.! Kscambi County at ounce to < i
pre- *
rrtcjju{
"I"l .. ,'. Positions, iti the Government Fur nver Miiy: \ enrit.MRS. I I R f the great tested and ;
-' \ M. A. A. Vi-Uier. rarEtllr. CSDL <&rsfd California I H. (G. DeSilra i Co $
,2m tf ;-;. rvice. Apply INFLOW'S SOOTHI.NH HYKIT ba ; Kemedy will cure I I.ou.

Inter-Btatd Corres.; last: 0>-fn ost-d lor over sixty:! years by mlI1o:1sfJI It sl.-o cures Liver Kidney and _.. ----1 "
:Mi'M: / \ IM i.oAX-W., B. McriW' CeJar liiiuil-, I... I mothers for their children white t"nlhlngwith bladder uric aciJ.diseases It never caused nils! ,by and an builds cxi-r s up(,t I I --:: .4P' Toloplictixo 11. \ f :i -",' J r1-0

I'M d&wliitVAN period Su'c'u. It sootbn the child ,I the health and while it. __ ,It: 'I ,
1 AiTi'llt.: Mniify toI strergtU ming -- V-- 1 ;
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I I i' i "i-". tlil, rat!> of interest 0- softens the gum>,.II1I.lol1 paincurt-s wind f-ond stamp for book of wonderful cer- .' i : t .
\ I KD All kind* or bp" ,Ball Is tb bett remedy lor DiarrSo- titica-es Price. Jl per bottle. For .ale I I. '
r colic
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i i Oilice 112 and empty
niiiy.: by druEpiiH.! If your ilrucifUt! can not .. J :
A I I' -t.":111 ,tref-t. bottles. K. A. Kriediiidii. u9-tl It will ri-its-ce tb. poor lit'l _aff'rer Immediately. supply you it will be sent jiripaiil upon The) Star Laundry .j f. .
In every D*r1 of Address ,
Bold by Dructfiets I receipt pricu. ( ) > t
I\I\-.Y\ : t u LI-.M: ) on improved XTEUI'n to learn barber of the world. Twenty-Ova cents a bone; I L ; \
.. foothnglyruy -: Uricsol Chemical! CO", Los AngelesCal.! j 1 It
r for !nI Wlnsluw's
I" i c in 1 ir ;e rr small trade. Special offer for short time He sure yon ask Biggest Busiest Best I .l"i.f'I'
.,.t! .. .t l.-w rite nf interest.t and tnke no other kind I or the !: : '

:.'.. I '..iiE. liriiitfc!;; attorney Tools, tuition, board and Saturday I L N Urnnswi[ & Cn. ew rrIan; L ,
II\' :. I t PallIox let., Fi"htrI" wages: included. Positions guaran I CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR i !

'' :3m 1m teed. PartkuKus mailed\ free. Mo- THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED : LII Distributing Agents. I 1- j

:(1\:: ..\ 111-0\Y-IM you need UT College, New Orleans, La. ROOM, AT MARSTON A QUINA'S. They Speak S Jk: ,

I ;
i YI-II Call borrow m21-tt.
any For sale '
by '
trll '
.il: -a want: today on easiest: .
'' I NICULY furnished rooms with bath SIDNEY KAHN. ,: L '
< inwtst' rates
anywhere
I' d;'," on improved city real $1.50 and $2.00 week; with good for r Themselves 1 !, : tVe t- : ;
'-t' ( .
t'j Fiber: 2Ul> r;. ,
i board $;3Ae; ) week; central location '
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P. >' x :'>I.t.: ln-tl : ... .t I
20 South Spring street between \ let the Shirts, Collars ._ :: ;' ." I
Thei. U IV\ at & 4 '
IK \01>i w. i'.' to borrow money, hiT" West Komana and Garden streets. ; I and Cuffs we Launder speak for "' '.t. I'. ;.;1}. '

u.-ure your property Transient solicited. mlMm.FOR themselves. They will talk: luiiier t n ...' I I

I Ir. ... .1'.1. .' : icts of title, buy or --- .OUR... INSURANCE ..I.ar.e can. We want to be judged '" ;:. 't"J :
I'1' rent of .
property E'tII PAL.E.
*: .: .., dU. have rf'lItcol.. more oy the work we do than by : i1r !J f'
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.' 1 ,' > ur taxes: attended to, SALE: The most desirable! what we !sav. t: ,: : j I.
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"*:'.' 'l h.' i!'1111"--Et.IIIlnd:' Tlwi'.C.Insurance\V.itoul Lots in the city on eay terms, by ( iiiill EGG REAL ESTATE, !} nta kiALL i: ._ .

the Fisher (' Estate Agency.2Hl No.I South Palafox Street.
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:A-.. I I.-iroh i ev:.ryoni, Fla. who Charges buys -( --:South:;----Palifox.- -----iSaim- I WOSK c. o. D. mi s Called I lor sift DM Fm; ': t t.-i3': t::1 -f' tt1 I

11".1' '.-d wt-l Iuil.l will| hou't lend ironeyl 8-i-tf I FOR SALE cm\P.-Roll top desk, .DVES. Partial for List Rent of in Desirable VanionParts! Dwelling TELEPHONE: : 114. 27 GARDEN ST. 't'; ". tJj: It.. .1
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new. Lvslie I lirooks, Fisher Build .. ..
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--I F ing. ::;)m 1m. City: WALKER INGRAHAM
:STOLEN.: "FJ5.00() 2'j- tory bouse.containing]? rooms Manager. 11
ail modem convt-mcnces. bath on
;;; I FOR SALE, at a bargain-The ihree upper sod lower floors, corner lotnuttjard -- -.--- ---- '
.,wl' hip.: t ;; and t.hrublry. Halilf.: outhou.es : i '
I room house, new, and lot 43;; feet etc, Jso. Tin -:3't I.uKua
;IIOIIIIIIsnSWf'rs; Itrett.SlI'3tory. 1'fi h1
;,Iy name: on collar. front l-y IK; toot C inches deep. located ; bosrdip house. CMitnlrlng2f JE ROYAL( ST1NDARDYsars 1VH1S1EY !
: moms known as the I'once Ue S
I so-itliea corner Iregory
at
'. 1 persons are warn l.t>on house No. llu\ East: Intendvuim '. .'4 !

nil: her. Ucwarli and "H" si reft. Enquire on pn'm.I I: All the west. No trouble to use. I3I.IH -A dt-slrtthle ttrct-t. !..tor} modern dwrliineT Cld ia Cases of 4 Full Quarts at S3 20 per cast :j44E.LJ

IM-S. 122::: 15 sireet. i riiiiiM, ino-tdesiriblehectlnn' oft bf
i t'-,urn of dog and I Give beautiful effect. Delight the ; -- .
IH
cIty on II corner on tbf ureet cut
i.ward for evidenceI L'llmlwBOA11DING; little ones hn.No.';:North: larrelona: street 4j44 \
WHISKEYS' dI8tilIedattheSel.tnco. { 4Wj. !
rPHIS! : f'
I ,;.OO-LIHK. 2-stury dlll ellinf{. II) rooms
i ttlH'f. Huardll1 lIuu"c. 5c-WORTH-5c fronting! '-eUIIeNjuare. .Nu.9'1: KaolHovernnient : _L Ky., Bi-tl'ltry, and is fully matured in wood tL.J, '1 ;

: iIXKI-t: ForumS. I will! all want and produce street. before bottling it is ab-olutely pure and not ex r
_.____ Dye you I $:iiUX>-COlJlrurtBhllslory: :! modern If "
hOUSE at Wneeler of shades. j dwelling. rO"D1".v..rv d..lrlol.le section celltd: in quality by any Whiskey of the flame age :I! .f' j' ';
1'01 :"U.F t'priups, Mary Esther, Fl.'.. Mrs. hundreds I of the city. Mtuated on :'1oorlt1I.'tl'n DO matter where produced. The Royal Standard ; :r-: f I{.'
Condon, proprietress. All the \ Too we have Easter Cards Easter !I .betneea Strong and Demote i iu ,tyt-arsold when bottled, and, considering .:Jt.j ? i

." <-'i "f I Kejs. Owner comforts of home at very reaona Booklets, Bibles Prayer Books and J. :Streets.I&iintorv! dwelling eood order will 'ts exc-fl. ct quality, is the cheapest whiskey toe q: 1:1r: : ,
"- 1'j calling) at this bit rate Northern tourists will Easter Novelties. Drop in. ':. rooms, three' doors from the bell ,, market at that price. As a beverage, and aa I tfJ.:l ;

.-:::: \property and payMTtf: fli.d this an ideal place to spend a many __ _. I II I linehn No L'loNorth: glls and Barcelona aster street tbrougbout nn absolutely pure stimulant, there i is none better :tt, 't, 1i.JJ I
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: .' portion of the season. 12nlmUISMOVA.U I I J20.00-1-story awellmjilroorus: city water shipped iu cases containing no marks whatever to si., 1.cq
- bIUb.I\\ltbl..rlle corner lot, >o indicate contents. If purchaser upon examining $'j .
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1',1" 'h'll.fl' J. M. COE I 411\Vtst Wright street. I ii satisfied with the he .; i''f
--._ --... ,. the whiskey, not quality $ j.
115.70-I- tory o1ll'.IIIDII.1rooms. newly papered 1'1'can
:\ I I In opera hou-p build and painted throughout on return the tame at our expense and money ; f 4t I :

"- I 1,1: ll<>< .' ,'.>:iail"ior, three ilHoec.feb'20 tc 11): West Government BOOKSELLER 115.001' lOry Uftel'inir.cnynaterand bath, All orders should be accompanied by either : ; j ",

street, opposite Express office, 203 South: Palafox Street, T beautt'ul:rooms bait shNdo lock trees of No.around 7W with East ; '7TlGvrvrAasoLD ccrrency, postofSce money order, bank draft or express .!' l $f"ft ;; '
-- where he is prepared to clean, repair {"ervant"sltreet. 4' r-b money order. We refer to First National ; U l' i ;
1L.IU.A1 LU' ) U and press ladies' and centlemens' PENSACOLA:: FIIn :\. J12.50-l-btory dweiliug.Xo Ecst Gre!r- 1L Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. ; -.J: .

,;.:.;. .\ !. ( flFjRNE-Mauufe- toilor inade"''sta. 16j3m ry street,9. rooms newly papered andpatnted :I..t' -l" .j i-
Circuit Court, State tll.no-No.HM East tielmont street 5-room .
:: ti! 'il"r in Hair Go.\d. E'cambia 'ounty S. A. FRIEDMAN. w."i-: ;
r' >I I"'c'c'I taIIC4LI'- cf t'loml-Io Chancery.Zenla cottage cltv water newly painted.In I \ ;
'I 1 Article*, H-iir Oil ..... ..... perfect order. 1
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W.. P. Uyaa i HOJxi; __:-Oo.IUU .Surth Aleaniz Rtrhel. a new ; J
-__-- :__ _Ut.ve-nmeut i-tr-e-, H.ALF'MANumbrellaniaker,5l5t'outh: V"li. ) house in good order with S rooms.flu.im : ; SOLE PROPRIETOR. PENSAroLA FLA. .in:, ,..' :i.Do'j jjij.icc l
Pal-ifox street. Re-cover- William Kytn.: -:\o. !'k't Lat belniont at r"l't. cl'j ,7 t ,
LOST.i'uvid.backd. imj aud patrlnof; umbrellas and on MmJnv. tbo 4th div of :Mav. .\. P. I II water.nneat 5 room cottau" new)} .L1 :.
,. Silk 'Hurt.' the: < .. lant William:",m Is roijuiriHl paint.. S '. : .; paraoispecLnlty. covers I''to appear 10 las LIU ultra nful&sl; bi.n t 9.IO-.o.VtO Ia't: Ial.ua: S.ft-H. it neat!} : :f: 'i'I'f
alway ou h'.nl. jail 3 'I 4 .'tt! In jooa conduton.Nree : .
., h.'r-i n.Tht papered rot in c sge (
:, '!ItjllllJ,t tamp' -. .. _.- I orler Is to b.. publi.hrJ once a weekfreitbt l I' t. city water. -' -- < tl' r
l 11.\1 y smaller O\\''>III-IK", a" we ja.* ,gIroMA. ,
S \\1 itt 'u ini HIl1t'lll\le n-n-cutlve 1II"t'k' in Tur A large list of .
.. i t-: w.irJ fur the r-- Presses: made from $1.30: up. Other I iRWt.. A newspaper: pubi>heJ In said fcscaiiibia : M a number stores: d(,rflces I" iK kENT -'- -' -- (0-1 handle every clap of Liquors 0odJu! r. I i I

,1': p.. R. K. or E, : sewing as reasonable.: 26 South county A.M. McMtLL I THOS. C. WATSON & CO., ;- bulk bottle wholeealp or retail, at prices that I' 1, 1; ,

r JK. Clemt'nt00.. Spring! between West Romana and! Clerk Circuit Court. Leaditz Real flIIlp.: ( Rental and f nsnranciAgenta are way down. F ,; 'iL

t .. eI\U.l.; :U-tf Garden streets. ml9-lm [" AL1 .BT K. U. HUBTO-S.11osX I'. C I 1 buBib Falafoi Street. I AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.I .
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DAILY NEWBl PEN8ACOLA, FLO RIB A. THURSDAY MARCH 96 18C3



'.NN INNl HAVE HAD THEIR DAY. FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONt y.

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i HO'ES1 Old .Fashioned .Medicines .For .Ca- -
ISOCIAL
: ; arrh No Longer In Vogue.

For many years past the usual
.C..5.......axtttq ...........,.3+1:
....S.04 01tNN..a N.NH i, treatment for catarrh diseases was 1'$2.00-r$

The reception on the Iowa yester-! with local douches, sprays, inhalers .
\land .xutr,.1 .
liquid medicines composed principally .
day afternoon was most elaborate and :,. .
beautiful. Captain Perry and the officers .I cf alcohol, all of which never f --':>; w- !

were most co-irteons and at- cured but simply give the temporary 0
For a Ladies' Patent Leather:
unlive, insuring the great pleasure of relief and stimulation.A i
the delighted party of visitors. The! thorough curean be made only

decks were decorated with ail mannerof I by the treatment which removes the iNew Orleans Grocery i ii OXFORD,

flags, the railings twined with catarrhal ix-isons from the Hood. ,

bamboo gave a gala appearance to I A new remedy which meets: the o with Cuban, Military or French heel
JAMES McHUGH Prop. i
the s-hip. Two splendid bands furnished -: requirements and which so far has ,

music for the dancing on the been remarkably successful hi caring made on this Season's NEWEST LAST

: deck and gave pleasure also to the catarrh is Stuart's Catarrh Tablets. COFFEES I

whole"i,arty. No lovelier! picture could These tablets ret on the blood and a ROASTED NEVER MIND

be imagined than that presented on i mucous membrane only 4 *
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the Iowa yesterday I They can hardly be classed as a -.+AND; -

The decorations I'eIOin the cabins i secret patent medicine as they are I II I
What's their
and ward room were in beautiful I I composed of such valuable remediesas $ BLENDED TEAS 4 I real worth, all

pink and white roses, ferns and smilax blood root, Hydrastin, red gum of : wa ask is for you to call and be your own judge.
and pink and white carnations. Eucalyptus tree and similar antisep-

Over the table where elaborate and tics combined In tablet form, which OUR SPECIALTIES. : We think you will buy a pair for

delicious refreshments were served, cure by eliminating from the blood a ---- '- *

were scattered smilax anti pansies and mucous membrane the poisons I I II t :a o

of catarrh. I W ;I -I 0 $200
Garlands of smilax interwoven with *
.
d pink carnations, were festooned and I Stuart's Catarrh Tablets are large I i C3 i i I / e+ ,I
wined here anti there abo-u the pleasant tasting lozengers to be taken C(

om 1'. I intrrnaliy.! 'aho\\}n tl!.em to dissolve -, 0 (:.J'I)1 C7 oe ANY SIZE YOU WANT

i'lie oJEc.TS have planned with I in the mouth, thus reachingtha i 0 UJ I
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d arming; success the entertainment throat, trachea and finally tlu I c -I .
9 I : : o
i her friends in IVnsacoli. stomach.If z
5 ':'L"! time of the reception was un-I desired they may also bo dissolved i 9. W y t Ir cI | MEYER SHOE CO.
M a j,
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'i :,,, ,"d!1. and the guests showed their In water and used as a douche a ::: ,in c G* :I ,

'nq 'pr<'ciatioii by HuKerins; until dark : in addition to the internal use, but it 9. UJ s 4'; K m II I
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n .hC r'k
,4 t <':!. >..ing the generous hospitality. 'is r.t at all necessary to use a rim P < OS Feet Furnishers! for Cash Only.
I douche: a few of them dissolved in i

;f Mrs. George Howe and little daughter the mouth daily will be sufficient. j |: C ; yf, I g a. 103 SOUTH PALAFOX: STREET.

i Beatrice left Sunday night for however, when there is much stoppage ) : 3

' Jakin. (;a., there to visit Mrs.Vm.. of the nose a douche made from a C v,5i' J /... ro o --"

Flowers who is a charming friend these tabletsill Rive immediate relief : z- '} 4 +%:1TJtdw ;n a

and school mate of Mrs. Howe. but the regular daily use inter- 3 i

nally v.il cure the whole catarrhal THE NEW 5TORE.
Captain Hemphill entertained at trouble without resorting to the inconvenience eO JQ C !

luncheon aboard the Kearsarge: today. ? ** ,
of a douche. LJ ii ir-ii ir i ii-ini i "Xj-u ify .j Ljrxj'fT<-vfcjfcj- -
:t :
1 Dr. Bennett stated "that the Internal -
E Mrs. Hall and daughter Elise left treatment of catarrh by means i HIGH CRADE CROCERIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL i & WHITE GOODS. .s-
today for their home in Mobile. They
of pleasant medicated tablets is rap 50 Pieces MERCERIZED PIQUES, OXFORDS, MADRAS AND SUBLIME,
have been the guests of Mrs. Aber- w J'J' Feed Stuffs of All Kinds. Just Received.
i
idly taking the place of douches and
: crumble for several weeks.
local applications" and further says PHONE 105. 500 Yards SHORT END WHITE MADRAS, MONDAY Special per yard

i that "probably the best and certainlythe i ..- . . . .15 cents
Major R. Dreyfus, the jolly pastry
INi
safest remedy at present oa the .1NN0/a.a.a.N..a.a.aNNa.ON3.a.Nt.
1 drummer from Montgomery, is at the & NEW WOOLEN FABRICS.MISTRALS
market is Stuart's: Catarrh Tablets .
it- Merchants today lie has not visited -- -
I the ( ity fur the past f'Hlrl'lrs. as no secret is made of their '" SI ETTAMINES, VOILES, ALBATROSS, black and leading colors
9j
composition and all the really efficient per yard..49 cents to $1.

ttil I catarrh remedies are concentrated WOOL CREPE DE CHINE, black and colors, per yard. 98 cent
) I in this tablet" SPRING
; FLEET TO ANNOUNGEMENT"I
ii Drusdsts;: : sell tuart's Catarrh I } I & :MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. 4

Tablets at 3d cents for full sized package I
: i Our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT is in charge cf Miss Lucy Poynter
LEAVE SOON and he will tell you there is no .
i safor, more palatable, efficient and I e OUR WE ARE NOW READY WITH r I who will be pleased to show the ladies the newest things In headgear
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
1'a! convenient catarrh cure known to the
t.1 I trade. STOCK OF MEN'S, BOYS' ANDCHILDREN'S 4? Domestic Department. fy

'ADMIRAL HIGG1NSON ORDERED I I'U. CLOTHING, HATS,
.. CONQUEROR BLACK COTTON, Something New, Special, 11 yards for '1.
SHOES AND
.- GENTS' FURNISH-
I Best grades SEA ISLAND COTTON and BLACK COTTON at 5 cents
,.. : TO REPAIRS TO DRILL GROUNDS the summer cruise. This summer INGS. THE LARGEST HANDSOMEST C9
cruise by the fleet it is officially given yard.
AND
I MOST COMPLETE IN
' OFF VIRGINIA FOR REVIEW.I
extended to the Azores,
be
14 l out may WEST FLORIDA. and Gents'
& Boys' Department.
<- :'1f l'ape'nle or some foreign port, but ,

y 1"f I I its real: destination has not yet been WE HAVE BEEN SEARCHING 4* 100 No-Name HATS, $3 quality, each.. .. .. . . . . . $1.93

A matter of general regret;, is con j determined.The I' THE MARKETS FOR GOODS TO Two Lets of SHIRTS, $1 value, each . . . . . . 75 cents

jt't' .,tI in news from Wa"hin;ton yes fact that the entire fleet will PLEASE ALL AND WE ARE UNION-MADE OVERALLS, per suit. . . . . . . $1 UO
}' afternoon in the shape of orders brave will! be learned with universal i PROUD OF THE FRUITS OF OUR
so soon I WOOLEN CRASHES and FLANNELS, the best line In the city from $5.00to
to lear Admiral Hinirfn-son to I regret here. Much pleasure EFFORTS. YOU WILL FIND HERE $12. . . . .
have the fleet off the dii'l GOODS AS GOOD AS MONEY CAN
\ runtls'l i iMvray and a great deal of benefit has been I ... ...
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? miles from the Virginia; (coast j derived! from the presence of the ships BUY AND THE BEST PRODUC-

t..I not later than Monday! April .:1.Vdnnr.il I IJI and their stay will be remembered a TIONS OF THE FOREMOST MAKESOF

Hi;cinson: is in receipt of 1 Ion? time. As the orders are far the CLOTHING, SUCH AS HART, t GRAY GOODMAN & RADER.

. YF\JI# I"> 'f ( crs Whldl1'1'1' Issue in ships to be reviewed not later thanApril SCHAFFNER & MARX, THE FECH- ,

, Mansion! : Tuesdiy afternoon. ::.. it is contemplated that thevifr.tls HEIMER. FISHEL CO., AND SAM. ,

/i1-; :'hi- fleet will proceed to a point off will kavo this port about the : UEL \V. PECK & CO. ,

i Inv lIt'nrr.'a.., and tires lie reu,nvid middle of next mouth or in about ; FOOTWEAR HANAN, DOUG.
i
.t1;I' by admiral George Dewey, who three week LASS AND CROSSETT. I II

._ ., will join the fleet either: i.t the yachtMayilowor i ic I I ( SHIRTS-MANHATTAN, ECLIPSE I
j or the dispatch boat Dolphin A Itter from Dr. G. Goldstein\ the [ ,
\I upon which the secretary of the lamous optician, states that he wil! AND ANCHOR BRAND ,,
:II HATS-DUNLAP STETSON AND
YOUNG BROTHERS.
J sa'.y is now ton:1:15 the Vet Indies.; arrive in the city on the 27th and remain I'I t ,
\ i COLLARS AND CUFFS-CORLISS, COON & CO., AND.:
; Admiral I D"y will rl'uaia1111 : for a t-hnrt time only. !
, EARL & WILSON.OVERALLSH. .
. .[; the" i ih'! vi about ten days, the orders I Dr. Goldstein; : has many friends : Our line of
i ; S. PETERS' FAMOUS UNION MADE. Alpaca,
:::l'ti' '::1.' and during that time lisidesimxhb here who will read of his return with I Warm

'J f ed t in" inspecting each vessel! i rli-asure.! ni21tf:: I Weather ; Serge

" 1\i; WI1' witness their work at target; prae- !! i WE WILL NOT TALK PRICES NOW.ALL Clothing 4:, andSicilian
Tic!' and general!: diil. immediately! i is now e'' t
'
this review the fleet will Maritime.Arrived. ,
proofed
after ready.
3
ALL WE ASK IS A FAVOR AND THAT IS THAT YOU WILL
.j York where must of them r Coats
IJ toI'W i
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UPON US AND BE CONVINCED; AS TO WHAT WE An
; will pi= im drju.-iok preparatory fur i --- "
and
1' SAY EVEN IF YOU DO NOT BUY j Assortment
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Vests.
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FOOLED THE HOSPITAL. Inchkeith. Dr ss 2U9, Major, Bostonto
jg i I Gulf Transit Co. consistingof Styles
JOHN
Was Pronounced Incurable But Got \\1lhmina. Ur ss. 1G<2. Bone Tam- WHITE i Crash, Correct,

" Well! on Pure Food. pico, to UK M. Robinson.Culsoa. I, Linen,

I Sometimes in a case 01 l disease Am. ss 217": Doyle. New PHONE 225. 205-207 S. Palafox St. Flannel Quality

resulting from the use of improperfood York! to I'. S. Nary and and

; the symptoms are sa complex Cleared. HomeSpun -
i t Prices
. : that medical science cannot find the Br ss Dora. 11"S. Colliding, by Gulf -- -

seat of the trouble, asd even the most Transit Co. for Boucon. with 461 tons ,Town to 11. Baars & Co. Thomas, Ital bk, Lauro, 809, Naplesto Coats and AlwaysTrousers.

! it careful ho"i'ial treiiaient tails to phosphate rock! valued at $2,333.:: :; ; Kings County, Br ship, :OFT: Salter,, master Right.

"' benefit. A gentleman of Lee. Mass.. Ital ss Italia, 1S11. Calderone, by Rio Janeiro to order Schooners. J

k says: "Oa April 1st IfliUi. I was Guif Transit Co. for Genoa with KOi Am ship K(>nnebeck. 1936, Lane, Dona: Christina, Am sch, 163: Axol-
sent home by Massachusetts hospitals. ,, round bales cotton, 2200 tons phosphate son, Coatzacoalcos to order.
R Boston to John A. Merrltt & Co. I 'e a
saying nothing more could be, rock. 4''$) PCS oak sta'es.'al- Mabel Darling, Br sch. Sweeting
{ Indus, Ital ship, Oneta, 1111, Marseilles ,
ued atAm. $:.i ,2::5 2.
done for me. I have been a great sufferer Dunmore Town to master
to Rososco Brus.
diseases and steam tug Brittania, :33: Governor Blake Br
;
?t front nervous sch, -, Grand
Oddere, Nor ship, Sars, 1360, Durban -
prostration O'Leaffor ] Cayman, to Jno. A.
and Merritt
rheumatism: nervous & Co
to F. 0. Howe & Co

i' and had previously been treated at VESSELS-IN PORT.SteamShIps. Saga, Nor ship, liana, 1224:!:! Montevideo
r Sharon Sprinss and by a number of to master It Saved His Leg. JOS. COLEMAN

doctors without geting much as.Utance. Barks. P. A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ga., ,

+ 4 i, Buffered! for six months with a frightful -
i i "One day I was fettling worse than Ger ss Ganna. 1005, Berg, Havana Advokat Schiander, Nor bk, Mad- running sore on his leg; but I t -CLOTHIER-@
{, usual when I read an article about to \V. L. Wittich & Co. sea,-, Algoa Bay to order writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve I

your Crape-Nuts; that impressed me Durango! Span ss, Quintana 2237::! Ariemore, Nor bk, Hansen, 1043, wholly cured It In five days. For
tIcers Wounds rites, It's the bestsalve 212 South Palafu)1.)1.)1. IV-nsacola, Florida-
New Haven to Sutherland-Innes Co
so that I sent out for a package. I i i Rio Janeiro to order
In the \rorld. Cure
commenced using it at breakfast the. Firth of Forth, Br BS, 1353, Brady, Ital bit Aniellina.! S03, Maniace, Marseilles Only 25 cts. Sold by W. guaranteed.A. lyAlem- .- -- -. -. -- -

next day. Providence to H. Baars & Co. I to H. Baars & Co. berte, druggist, 121 South Palafox

-}\'r fifteen months 1 never missedone Ital ss Italia, 1S11. Caldrone, Norfolk Carlo P, Ital like Bore, 1573, Montevideo street A CREENHUT & GO. *
If to Gulf! Transit Co. to order
day. ever you saw anyone grow Good Cypress Shingles, $1.25
per
strong and improve it was I. Igained Nith, Br ss, Sturenhen, 14S9, Gregoria, Ital bit, Olivari, St;, Ten- thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. ,

from 123; pounds to my old Kingston to Rix M. Robinson eriCt to order "' .WHOLESALE GROCERS

weight 11:;:). I will always be a crip- Vivina. Span ss, Ruiz, 19S3. Santiago Lady Penrhyn, Nor bk, Andersen, ..Piso's Cure will cure your cough, relieve ... ,

plo from rheumatism, but otherwiseI to Gulf Transit Co 773, Savannah to order soreness of the lungs, and help

am so much improved that I now Secunda, Ger S3 Correlsen, 1309, Madonna de Pompeii, Ital bk, difficult breathing.Try Nos. 102, 104,106 East Government St PENSACOLA, FLA.

feel ES well as any man in the coun Castries, St. Lucia to W. L. Wittich Sturle, 791, Havana to H. Baars &: --
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try." Name furnished by 1'ostum Co. & Co. Co. The News' WANT COLUMN -- ---- Scent

Battle Creek 5tich. Irmard Horn, Ger ss, Moller, 93S Mary A. Troop, Br bk, 111S, Walley, Millinery opening of Spring fash- Hudgins' new style label for Mi

There is a recipe book in each St George, to H. Baars & Co Santos to order. OYSTERS AT HIC APOSTLE'SFine ions, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, cigar will Interest you.

package of Grapt.-Xuts _that will interest Ships. Rolf Nor bk Torgensen, 1170, Cetteto March 24, 25, and 26, at Mrs. N. Bow- Candies at
Gunther't
oysters today. Try them Try
4 the housekeeper Caraaa, Ital shlp.CosIa, 14SS, Cape Master SIC APOSTLE. ers, on South Palafox street. Solomon


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