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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 27, 1903
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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39. PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 27, 1903 "NO asOOGUPATIONAL # r, ? tj.K


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SHAKING HANDS STATE\ OFFICIALS A MANSION FOR r" 1 'r } ; 1


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AND LICENSE TAXES, THE GOVERNOR ;1F') } '

MISS ROOSEVELT HAS A GRAND 1
CABINET DECIDES TO DECLINE jL 1
OVATION I i
AT SAN JUAN-HER

SVS.E'.., op TAXING INDUSTRY industries are not required to pay: INVITATION EXTENDED TO THE I '! {.*r ., '. Pt!fo "Em la'k !' ", .
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'a privilege tax. FATHER'S PICTURE IN 25 FEET THE LEGISLATURE WILL: LIKELY s 'ice t.- :t
lTtR RIGHT IN PRIN. AMERICAN NAVY. : : : :; i 1\
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,. "If such evils in the form of taxa OF FIRE. 'ity : : .; ,,7 i ;
MAKE AN APPROPRIATION.
rTHEORY... lion must exist in order to provide he ; rj-,; I ; ;I'tit. v f' .

sufficient revenue to maintain om TWO SITES AT TALLAHASSEEARE mt ", I'i j i.. jft ;t-i '
!government, then the levying! of such San Juan, P. U., March 2C.-There ashington, March 2C.-Emperor i nSlru'tt ..t, !rt i, ,1'

,- interesting paper tax should be done by local option. was a grand reception! at the theatre William of Germany has invited the NOW BEING CONSIDERED 1' :'d ;t ;I ," ,' t

r-'cent convention "Our present system denies to the here yesterday evening under the North Atlantic squadron toIsH utorney. tt4 ;-, 1. .: I ; 1

people l the power of solf-governrnoni auspices of the citizen's committee Kiel during the summer cruise. jy a ir( :' !'r1 t ; 1 1ire
and assessors at Tallahassee, March :G.-on! Tuesday t i ; '
or loc taxation or any option ir in honor of Miss Alice Roosevelt, following Thfs courtesy was conveyed in a lolg : ; e'. ..;.

':a..1. II. D'Alenibcrte, determining the source of local revenues an elaborate display of fire- telegram to President Roosevelt, who April 7ih, the Florida legislaturewill 15. :M. .1'

i I I'-caLmia county: and assumes that our legislators woika on the piazza, which lasted has not replied, but will probably convene. The state officials are ip:> !Jfij1. ; \ !' :

to until 10 o'clock and witnessed by decline. (nest to ", 1 I \. "J'
venue support know more about the revenues was now up to their necks in work, getting \ i ivas I .
:,1 be derived from of each county and can attend tc Miss ttooscvetho received a tremendous The matter arose on the publicationof tin: ;!+. : I

,'. i r has, or from what those affairs better than the people ovation form the people the fact that the squadron wouldbe their reports in readiness. Someof \ not : ;, i ,;, ,1 ii! :: ,

,' "i niher words shall we I of sucli localities; our present sy& gathered on the plaza, and on the given a test run across the Atlantic these are quite voluminous, while iddition HAVEIRRIVED'J :, ; I f r ,

,. 'j/ attain wealth \VhikIi tern of taxation is therefore in con roofs of houses. possibly to Lisbon, to demonstrate others are mere pamphlets of from joard's (1 t, }. f t

'.. answer Loth these diet with American ideas of self One of these pieces representing its steaming radius and its forty to fifty Iages. Two !j i ;,.I: 'ij.' .! '.

1.:. saying neither should government, is inflexible and fixed President Roosevelt was twenty-five ability to blockade a European port Governor Jenning's message will be ;onth I' 1 I

''ai! all revenue should bra beyond the power of the people ol feet high. thereafter. one of the most important state documents theIa 'f \ II ; f

': i tax on land values: any locality to change, and stands aa The interior of the theatare was This scheme was abandoned because ever emanating from the executive [or ,"\, f' ,!;, ," ,
it felt that Portugal or office of Florida. It will deal U. R. .
was ,
: 'h not my purpose, were an absolute barrier to any progress decorated profusely and displayed the tt ; I' '

!M'', ;o enter into a discus in reform along these lines." word "Welcome," icrmed of electric some other power might take um exhaustively with many questions of egard } :::11; 1, \ 1
merits or demerits of such lights brage. vital import to the state. The disposition oard :: i I ,.' ,
The invitation of the German emperor of the Indian War Claim
" ix.ition, but desire, if posiint Miss Roosevelt spent two hours

", out some of the evils! THE IRISH shaking hands with the invited and the advisability of accept fund will receive attention. Floridais 1 : ;i f

under our present system guests. ing it was discussed at the cabinet practically out of debt, and the HEW 4Jf.-'

and I embrace this op- She will leave San Juan for the interior meeting yesterday, and the concurrence presence of this large sum is likelyto .
of sentiment was in favor of cause a lively scramble for its Ii
ro say that any system of \LAND BILL today accompanied by Governor I J.

;' ; revenue by taxing; labor or Hunt, Mrs.\ Hunt, Miss Elizabeth declining.This expenditure. .' T' t. -.t: '

I is wrong: in principle' and Hunt, Thomas Hunt, the governor's I can be done without giving Nearly every member of the legislature ,, !. ,;

brother, and Mrs Thomas Hunt, Miss offense because of the relinquishmentof you meet has rome pet } -"'\ '
THE MEASURE PRIMARILY IN } ", J ; '
,'nll(! laws provide for spec Beatrice Buck, the go\ernors ward, the May cruise across the conti- scheme that calls for large sums of :SEATING ACCOMMODATION FOR ; .' I t f ': '

'. in that it requires the TENDED FOR THE BENEFIT OF and Secretary liliss. The party will nent. money. Some of them want it used )r tl I < .'
OVER SIX HUNDRED PEOPLE /; .
I e
for the
outstand
visit redemption of scrip :
tiding of certain occupa- be away four days and will f" ,
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-ions. The proposltiunc'rtain LANDLORD AND TENANT. Cayey, Poncelaa IPz, and the intermediate sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's ing. The State Good Roads Association HERE FOR CHRIST CHURCH. i 'j f. < lj .

industries or : towns, as well as the sugar Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver would like to see it used in the j ji'

,," taxation wouldtr estates. The inhabitants of Ponce and bladder remedy, are being: distributed construction of good roads, while 'I !' I I

opposition and London, March 2C.-The Irish ces have planned a big reception for here from house, free. Have nearly every educational institutionin :- e 9 j
Elegant: : new for the new 't. r
vihout correspond! retary, Mr. Wyndham, introduced the! :Miss Roosevelt. you received one? the state will ask for large appro- pews ill ; ,.
"hrist I Church at the corner of Palifox ;.t' I I l
r occupations and government's long anticipated Irish priations. 11'1 \ t
and Wright; streets arrived jeslerday 11', 4 .
. an evasion and land bill in the house of An Executive Mansion. f '
commons and will be immediately installed I .. ..
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'des,! of uniform- One question upon which the entire if .
yesterday. It proposes a free gran) CONVICT at the new structure. Theseats y I r ;i' I'
'he worst kind STATE people are united is the erectionof r. '
af for will afford accommodations for at t
$00,000,00') the of the .Ii
purposes > Jt
..! .. .:icrly in viola an executive mansion, and it is
cast Goo people and arc of extra fine I
, :. ; .i : Justice. bill.' more than likely! that a large appropriation I t' 'I' .

II" : ,M Krtilizcr rnanu- The keen interest felt in this new+ of $:X"0ill be made for luality. 'j". t .
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Contractor Alfred said i( I" '
yesterday !
i, .- one the farmer legislation, which it is hoped will promote PLAN A SUCCESS this purpose. The governor of Florida to, .i '
hat it was now a reasonable certain- 4I
.r '" i \ different taxes- peace and contentment in Ireland receives only $.!,5111'; < a year. In I
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that the church would be for
: ready
ty
". .. 11: lUcturiT. a state was evidenced by the crowded the past he has been forced to make p
on or'about Caster Sunday,
ccui/ancy
v i,it capital. invested house. -- ---- out the best he could\. hoarding at t
and it is proposed to hold the Easter ,
lii"''n service within the beautiful building. r
; I i. to do business, linguished strangers' gall'ry'f're I tho number of prisoners the Ct umy for the executive to indulge 1''f t R ( 1
Unavoidable delays have been encountered :
,< '. ,i-t. a state tax filled, and there has: been no such MAKES A REPORT- I may have serving a sentence. j in any of those social functions expected u '
in building the church, and ,
:1'iulizir stamps,' gathering of members of parliament "This is subject, however, to any of him. i t
1902 '
GROSS RECEIPTS FOR it is now past the time when it was
!: M!,"iii of agriculin since the opening of the session. legislative appropriations, made payable The Board of Trade of Tallahassee %, 1 r <* tupaney.
figured that it would be ready for oc '
'id 1 the state Michael Davitt, the father of the AMOUNT TO $144,512.39. out of this fund, and to necessary is now discussing a proposition! r r' ?
This however, is no fault of ;
U tu land league, celebrated his 57tb expenses attaching to the can to purchase a silt and present it to i
he contractor, as material did not I ,
"i:""> burden and birthday by re-entering the house for' of the prisoners by the state. the state for a mansion. Two locations blow j
arrive on time. Everything is at hand
1.'t iius! of the ihe first time since 'he ceased to be State Printer I. I). Ihlson has delivered How Men Are Worked. are now in view. The first is the -
and no further delays are antici I
b'lt' also! unduly 3. member in order to hear the chic,! the biennial report of Com "The state prisoners are worked or old Walker property southeast of the pated.

i" and crush out secretary+ for Ireland, unfold his plans, missioner of Agriculture B. F.Ic.. turpentine farms and in phosphate' capital.! This is a splendid! \ site andis The contractor a few days since) 4t' x
Wyndham Is Cheered. mines. There were 1,03.5: prisonerson in a desirable locality. The other
of which egan to have the exterior washed,
:. bo some excuse: :\!Wyndham! who was: heartily Lin. The report, a copy hand at the beginning; of 1903, divided place is the old\& homestead of tho ,
md the white walls now furnish j i'an
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11\ or license on'llJwillal fliooroilhen! he arose to sneak: an has been received by The News, con !, approximately, as fallows: late Gov rail This: is an old\ colonial \: pure 4. rl t;

: of concen- noiinced at the outset that the goy' Fists of over ;Sou: printed pages and i 13 Three hundred and twenty-five it mansion in the midst of a ten-acre attractive improvement to that l 4 If rrorn'r

'ucug a heavy prnment thought;:: cash aid was necessary full of ini-tresting information.A ospiate and ins in turpentine. The park of magnificent oaks, and other and when the necessary but ,f I
is removed the
insightly staging ,I
.: runs, what excuseto for the fulfillment of the proposed very important section of tht prisoners are engaged in open-ail giants of the fort-st. '' t I
'pac will all the beau-
more
', concentrate or scheme, but it attached greater report treats of the state convictsover 'work in both these fields of labor, The advisability of presenting the e appear t
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;patrons of legit importance to the credit operation whose management the const!. In this mild climate I regard this amore : Green Park to the state for a gover iful. 1 .".

1 ": business Why than the cash operation. He then tut ion gives the commissioner of ag healthful than in a state prison nor's mansion was discussed. It developed NEW HAVEN ROADTRAINMEN ,. It, P y I

',- grocery, drug unfolded the scheme for previous advances riculture supervision. The following proper. The price now being paid however, that the city had GIVEN i + 9t- '

i and ice dealers! of money for the purchase of';! extracts refer more particularly to for prisoners, added to the expenseof no power to do anything of the ALL THEY ASK EO s'

dentists, auction. land by he tenants the financial feature o[ the prcsonl guarding, clothing, lodging andfeeding kind, as the land was donated by the } j.

oil and In. Advance Will Be in Cash. lease of convits to the Florida Nava' together with the expense oi government when the original plat ? i ; s f
pr\'ss.! New Haven, March 26.-The committee 7: I
-, or, in fact, any The advance will be in the shape of Stores and Commission Company, collecting them from the various of the city was made in 1842:!, and i tt !.
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!h o required to [ash and not of stock, but in older to which has been in operation since counties in the state and reconveyinc the scheme was abandoned. of the directors of the New ; <& .

: :'..-so: of conducting: enable the cash to be raised a new January 1, 1902! :!: from headquarters' camp. to the different Fork, New Haven and Hartford 'a' 4 j

stock is to be floateJ.: Big Increase Over 1902. labor camps, brings the cost DEMENTED WOMAN ailroad, appointed in New York at

:1.1.L 'lory in this state The andvances to tenants through "From a pecuniary standpoint, the per capita to a point where there can CREATED SOME HAVOC. he meeting of directors, met here 'r 'f qi
.
.I+i\ a license tax for"iii'nvod. the provisions of the land bill are results under the new lease surpasses be no legitimate complaint on the his morning and presented to tho f '

Within tho limited to $2,500 in the congested anything the state of Flor ground of competition with free la A demented negro woman known as joint grievance commtttee of the con- ,. f ;

',k I'inimenced' to tax listricts and $5000: \ elsewhere. The ida has experienced, nearly sevenfold hor. "Aunt Hannah" created, some excite- 1 actors and traincmn the proposition ;

t "mipanios on tho.urns I I bill will become effective XovemebtI. and rises above the income derived Crime Not on Increase. ment in the southeastern part of the; jf the road for a change in the exist't f *f vs

':.. received or )Ir. Wyndham said f730ftOOOfl) from the state prisoners in "From the increase of numbers being city yesterday evening by endeavoring Ing wages and schedules. a 'tf

chin the state, and ('Ould bo safely advanced on Irish any state in the union, in so far as sent to prison by our courts, the to catch some children who had The change will affect nearly every r f t

",' on each agent or land, but he thought the scheme I have been able to inform myself casual observer would conclude that been tantalizing her. She had a large lass of employes on the road. Propositions 1

ivo-ild not involve S:;OOutl,000O.The \ when numbers are taken into con crime was on the increase among: our stick and there was no telling what ) for an increase in pay asked ii > ft

:panes, like other Irish secretary explained that sideration. The highest income from citizens. This is not true when our she would have done had she succeeded by> the telegraphers, train handlers, ', 't 1

pay such taxes only while the maximum charge on the the hire of state prisoners per annum real citizenship is taken into account. in catching any of the aggravating loilermakers, machinists, shopmen y '
been $21,000. The gross receipts: of the turpentineand youngsters. She chased them several and the 4
li" T rates of insur- English treasury would not exceed has The rapid growth and others are all accepted e
I for the 1302: aomunt to $tHo" in Florida has blocks and then resorted to strat- ,
hus shifting tho $fl.! 75.000 in a single year, the reduc- year lumber industries Increase in wages granted.
: 1ft'.!. The increased ion: in the cost of adminstration of 512.39:! being $123,512.39:! in excess of caused an influx of a floating population egy by hiding and endeavoring: to! The directors: refuse to recognize ,; t

itv.i.i must pay, be- i Ireland would amount to U.:;OOOQ.; any previous year. The taxpayers that follows this class of work. catch them when they came near her.' he joint committee of conductors and { p.{ "i

':imust exceed the I and not private individuals are the From Georgia, North Carolina and The woman was grotesquely clad. rainmen as such for the purpose of ,

.: '::1'in order to reim- SUNDAY EXCURSIONSWILL recipients of the benefits derived Alabama the turpentine and lumber She is about fifty years of age and granting the joint sched ('e. They ", d{'. # x,

d !CS for the cost of BE PUT ON. from this great increase of revenue,, men have been followed by this undesirable very large. She wore a black costume, eserve the right to classify their j ?c cmployes.

, .:" .nand disbursing resulting! from prison, labor. While and expensive class of people the bottom of which struck her above .

1 '-h! this system of Arrangements to run several spec- the people of the state have good among whom there is an undue the knees. A small bonnet adornedher
'-., cause to cogratulate themselves of lawbreakers." shaggy "locks" and she was a If Your Physician 'tl'-
being
proportion
. !"i>urance companies al trains Sunday are now per
', of vis- the results, as the criminal The total number of prisoners curious looking individual, many people '
crowd diet for Its
; 5,791.92; : into theA 'ected. and the largest upon irrcribes a milk easy: .
.. A classses bear heavily upon the ex 1902 was 1.10S; there being atttracted by the unusual + 1 !
. revenue measure LOTS Is expected from the P. and handled during digestibility! it will be well to useJorden's ,

, ': 'o roe being provident livision. low rates having been penses of government, yet I regard it were 23 deaths, 78 escaped and 28 sight. Peerless Brand Evaporated 41 .. ,

".' '.' 1", r w tae nor just. ranted from all intermediate points as rather dangerous education. By were recaptured. GARBAGE MOVINGIS Cream to get a rich, delIcIously fia- 3 a i' } !: 1

"t .:": with a capital stock from this city to River Junction. The no means should our people allow UNSATISFACTORY. ored milk food, perfectly sterilized, "

e;:.1 *" .t">rod to pay for the special train will leave River June- themselves to drift into the idea ofspeculating Burartt'i Vanilla Extract has outlived according to latest sanitary methods. J, : J .t ;, ,

, :;, :' ?! i\us: business a munici- Ion early and will reach Pensacola on prisoners for revenueto criticism. It is the finest and purest The Board of Public Works held a Lay in a supply for all kinds of ez i; 4 ',

; :. : '. c'runty license tax of about 10:30 o'clock. Low rates have defray the expenses of government vanilla extract that can be bought good meeting yesterday afternoon leditionj.. Avoid unknown brands. Ij ,t iii t
t 'in the and attended to matters which came
: "1 same amount of jecn allowed from the M. and M. and Such would be demoralizing Once tried, always used.
:
r 1! in sawmills, steam. the B. S. and N. O. division, and a extreme. -Wheat Biscuits under that department of the city Malta-Vita, Shreaded Wheat Dir F ; +

; smacks, railroads, great crowd is expected providing the "The revenue derived from the hire I Malta-Vita, and Force, Shredded with Cream at SolOman's. !-. government The matter of garbage uits, and Force with Cream at Sol' #
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" tc I removal was brought and the bad '
is distributed up
.. of state prisoners
: and numerous other weather is agreeable. .


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TEST YOUR KIDNEYS COMPLAINTSLED (AMUSEMENTS.West's )



TO ARRESTS

Thousands, Both Men and Women Have Kidney Disease and Do Not Minstrels.The .

Know It. It Is Hereditary. 'If Any of Your Family in Tbb or William H. West Big :Minstrel

Past Generations Have Been Troubled With Kidney Disease DISORDERLY HOUSE CALLED FOR Jubilee will hold the boards at the

of Any Form You Cannot Be Too Careful. You Should opera house Monday night. The list I

Mike a Test of Your Urine at Once and POLICE INTERFERENCE AND
of famous performers, comedians and for infants and Children
Satisfy Yoarself as to the Condition --
vocalists, comprising this splendid
CONSEQUENT
HEAVY FINES.
of Your Kii: Castorla N a hrj-mlc.'S Mil titnto for Cantor OH, ParP.jroric .
eys. company this year gives ample assurance Drops and Sootlimjr SjTiips. It is l'lea .ult. jt
Let four morning urine stand 21 hours. If yon find amMNh brick lu+t linfr, in advance of an entertain contains neither Opium Jlorphino nor other Nan-otic
in it, or if j articles are fioatm! ; !in if, or if it is cloudy you will know yuurkidnt): a.> with music and MilManee. It destroys Worm anti ailaj's I'tMorMmoIt
in a diseased coiMition[ [ and unaV.e to p rforni their w.irk. TiP result will.! o inuainv. A small house on South Baylen ment replete novelty
i IMarrluwi{ aulVind Colic. It rclk-M-s{
bladder and urinary organs, urie nrid p.n tlie Monru-h will !hvon.e ptTVu-d! an comedy of the highest order. The list euros Tcvthl:
enable dift-t the food the system weak and a brwik-down nf the ccneral hcai'l street near Romana was the scene of in? Trouble- and cures Constipation. It regulate flit
Till follow, with Cri;ht'i: di::thc or Uiabvt 's. which! \.m;! j>r.\x 'aiil: U not iiwlt : "':11 a disgraceful disturbance early last of comedians headed by one of Stoinnt-h and Bowels, giving healthy anal natural sleep,
pruylcssd:: kris;c..re.rY1'SIS 'I night. Several sailors stood on the America's foremost black face artists The Children's Panacea-Tiio Mother's Frioiul.

FREE.If sidewalk and besides cursing at the in the person of Billy Van, who The Kind You Have Always *
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; : pftpryou! liaveirai'e: t! ito1--!, ;"11 hv* has earned a reputation second to Bough
c- =:: of their had the entire
) ', top lungs
d. tin: ni the ;
: any your n:: .s to ( evr'IIIIHUI for the of his work.
none originality
.. of tiiv di-:a c in jou.* tv-'cu. .-:.J a saLpk v.i street to themselves for an hour or > Bears the Signature of
1 ., :- yo-ir urine! to thsfoc1! ( .'\11' r jrt: :vi t, War Van tells several witty gags on the
II 11"I l;' I, ner's XifirureTc... [:'a.ht"'ttr, X. i'., and or more. end, sings
parodies, as
I probably no
/ Ii'\ : 1 doctors will analjzc it arid ?In.t.'ol a it- Special Officer Ray and Mounted Officer
Y 1 -I'I 0,' port w!!i!. a-lvice, (:.'e of c-.rr-. tf-r<'!'j': IJobe came along about the time other performer can sing them and
I\\"I; i: I'!' with valnaMe l"nn1;: (!<- :: i'; i the kiilni-y". lir.: Wad! !.r dad bluoJ, i.nd t: -clt.. the disgraceful proceeding was at its
I I i i i; ;i"! meat for each (!i i-a,,'. height and took A band by arresting extremely witty. Frank Hammond ia
;11 -. ; All lettirs froll1\\"OlIn mad endJy 1r.'r; (l another famous
comedian with the
J4\;;,+"1;S-::::::s; '':. .. / II woman d.l'lor.:1 c:..rr.>'K;;.<:a"ze: u. Louise Smith for keeqing the place; In Use For Over 30 Years
i ,i 6.' ?.; .. ; West show this '. while
-J ,; iti) ;:A ,,t':< ;;; Etrc''!.t conli UiK'S. Mary King, staying in. the place; y ar John .
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y 5"i''\c:' : : J :.t ; Tni! II.I (I IInocIich-I Idt"r are->('p\1i has err erwnva COrMNA It rv.LO n. uw.o. ra
King
enough do
to and
: .:-;. :. ;. yy '. and Douglass and Charles enough ...---
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:; : : t tilt' >m KRiu-fiil ininonnxa -I W.ofU ) ::i:\e .
t': .y,+','I".,:' :,:.'.y..:'!.:t t,' r 1 \ cun.a byVurn.r o ;;.ix t'ure.Hon. Clark lor visiting the house. The two to say to re-establish a reputation -- ......,

;....1 ,. ,:. .,. .. : '4'1' J. (.'. I'ITI! first named were fined $25:!; each and

'.: "r I..I iEZ V: F Trrj'it nI'.iinl.iti7f'lh..tii.mtd1"II.\inll.: "larva;'ai-j. ynl: .: ,j ": ..t.,. the other two were assessed $10 each. comedian of the first class Jules :. .: W.1 WRIGHT GOMjJI y

.;....5"..::=;"--=.;:. rll1111'1' ;:",!-,n.: ', v J i.:. ', I :' ':-:1 H. Another arrested in the Bennett the new member of tho \ '.'\ rlJ} ( ,,
# 1' : '.::::.: ;..". ." notice rcj'-jit-l t. :.: .'ir. w. 1. :rtr partwas
0;..... '- '' ... .. ... ... I, quartette, has quickly gained the tl\ I ?
"'C"i, ... '''''--z..1 l..ddlol.I.. I .1.1 'LLII ):..tda .J. .,' house but his case was allowed to go \ |j 4. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS ISf"f.
'1 Vey::;.:>;l. )o.. ylF; : ,;.a .rf: #, T ity l-j.-U.-it! :'1 :' .:: : "f..e. H.: .. I, over until tomorrow. reputation of being America's great
.- >}>j&.M. i-ir.:;V5 /""" !m1Tinp; "n"':rl.' '!... .1..1.-! un' est shouter.
*- 2lZf..iii li' it liialiiy i .".r 1, \ '1. < i i :,: M'diieai Hach of the above defendants entered coon DUMBER LATHS
t b".d': '.:, '.acct I r...:, ::...., :, :; ._:.I" a pea! of not guilty, but idence The singing and musical features LJ"7 ,,
I :! ?. I lial I'.t.'e: faith Ir.Vts proscriptions nr'! ,,"inciin ,d, fiuiise"r.s'y! of the programme are claimed to be oCr//1
II atvtriedKr7a'! '.:.abn' vrith 'u..UiGusuryrcult-< until u-I! Van!M', .-',,:..-('ur';. given by the arresting officers was too J k SHFEBCTPBEKSHIllGLESittttPENHACOr.A. : :: a
1"[din t.':i des I f..It jrr :II!)' r,-li" <:, the pain cr uwl;; ll-! d---R-t-'! tii4rivariil. ron\incing. Officer Ray said that he I even more attractive than in past :

y tUt- urine n.. un-ru a nut:rat, lutiuhy color, sad within four moOs n-y h.aithVita had received numerous complaints seasons as this organization has always := .-_. ...l-.;;:..->0 FLA
Mil" ti..l K.mnli': > !. !
: ;/ r 4 tr.i .
"1 h? :" r.ci!?--e ; ,;" .I l hth! for over four yore, and inuorsa: ;.I1:1i Safe about the house and thought that the had a reputation\ for the high
F' Curl E3 da use iafiuliol'JMIH..I"' !;>r kxuipv tr.LI." merit of its musical features. Thisis I
last when the
time had arrived eight
YUMe.y true, Hun. J. 1'irtEiEy:c, 7:2 Plynionth! Avc.WARNER'S YWAf.0
f n- evil should be stopped.All say iug a great deal. ANDIIOD.\ :

r; / the defendants and Vii eWE
are
negroes
SAFEr : CURE ( JRJ.rI Sweet Clover.
\..J ... some of them had given the police! a EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA RGER TR.\EE
Mr. Otis R. Thayernho plays the
>, = :--rraaandhueitJ; :> u.e"EIl"e C'o.lrc" c crl' -'r,,l7: in oil e..-' ; clii n l'y great deal flf trouble in the past. They part of "Jerome llolcombo," whch THIS WINTER THAN EVE rEF( RESEND
orbght.. 'rr i. 'l">. put up a strenuous plea of not guilty
J ! this morning and tried to shake the US YOUR
from Muuiifiitaiul |.icu.- take. It" ""t <">n-tin''t>>: it i+ a mt valuable Clover" Pauline Phelps and Marion ORDERS NCW
.. an.letf.ocln'o: ,,:. ; it li"9Flialult 'oilis.M.ioi and a\\oI.I-I.. :.ir; ..: !i...r. It r.- testimony given by the city's sworn
pairs ilie tKjuri.so"iiiii.niiiniiiini: : anti irri'.lIi..11. --timt..iu- *.:.*"a'', jieaU ut the same unie. it builJi up the body gives it ttrtcjtU and retuaever::'. officers. which will be produced here Tuesday Thompson, Olsen & C ,.,


J Pains in the Small of the Back The Stomach is the Man.A night of, secured the critics the in unanimous every city approval in .. _Manresa- -- Street_ ,_ TeleiliGneJ4= ?. a

' weak stomach weakenes the man, which he appeared. They pronounced
'I I painful Jln"in:: ti I1rnl'.inil:1mmntit'l1! of the 1.Jr.,1.1f'r. tnrpidliver.cnadynrine.pins because it cannot transform the foo ESTABLIKED 1862.
him the ]legitimate successor of the
.
1 in the barkufthebealaudu+ 'k,rheumatic etflstmdewrlling allover the body, etvenia -
! anlj\ltlJllit'l'tl'll you your kidneyInve! I ht+'n di-Nfaxnl fir several months! ath" -e he eats into nourishment. Healthand late James A. learn and his portrayal .
'\f f.r outward symptoms.!.!.mi S.M..W tht-niM Ives until: the iKi"" n has la'nt trat.ltledifTer- strength cannot be retsored to McKENZIE OERTING & CO.DXA1IR8
" of the quaint old Connecticut .
, ent organ, and the! thiiiiicr point has I be-n rfu: >h<> t toms great earn 111\11111.1 I !hI' taken to stop the progress; of the .1iI.e and present it pray any sick man or woman without farmer as one of the best, most s IS- 0
II 1 j ins; fttal. Safe ,r i CEXTSXH jl A UUfTLE. Il1> tulon1Varucr'safeCurethe.tunlandfur: Wyears.
;!1 I' Take no other. the stomach. A weak stomach cannot to the stage, and gave him Ship Chandlery and General Hardware,

:1 tr Beware of so-called kidney cures which are full of sediment and of badOdor digest enough food to feed the! the credit of scoring an artistic tri

'm;[ -they are positively harmful and do not cure. tissues and revive the tired and rundown umph. His methods arc natural, quiet 80S AND rG6 S.! I'ALAFOX 8TUKKT.

qi WARNER'S: SAFE PILLS move the bowels gently and a!"j a speedy cure. limbs and organs of the body. and easy, and the alternate pathos I ............... .A.0 TIN oy -

UIi'A Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses purifies and humor with which he imbues the REVERT COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'P KOJSH tU 6
BAD COMPLEXION. WEATHER MANE sweetens and strengthens the! I I GALVANIZED WIRE ROE, A. RUKdELA: 'SPCLI.t.-i{
I part are like the sunshine and shadow !

... Pimples, blackheads and muddy SAY SIT WILL RAIN giants and membranes of the stem- which chase each other! over the bit I 'mS ':r 2:1 a! !s. Ii!5, eiltfal! tEtlfi0111S' Slrrli! hslirs Iti'n

complexion which are so common i each, and cures indigestion, dyspepsia lowy fit-Ids of closer for which the COM['" 5 .i. LOUR, f.TU.;

1n l: age.among indicate boys and a torpid girls liver.at a A certain course I Dr. P. Biinncmoyt-r.. the local \H.'ath.j11 and all stomach troubles. liar- I play is named. C. Ic {enzj., O'!rtin? Collecting! Ag -nt for liar FilfU' Benevolr An iciition.

j11 of HEPATICURA will cleanse the er ofoscTvor. in his forecast this morn i I gis Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Sid- Mr. Thaycr's portrayal of this .

.. ',' system regulate the bowels and liver inz, says it will rain tonight and tiborrow. -:>. I' uey Kahn. 'I part was a revelation to his many | ..

and produce a clear healthy complex and predicts winds from the friends and admirers for although THE GARDEN SECTIOFjPensacola
! J ion. Sold by all druggists. MADE TARGET OF
northeast and east. Rain has fallenduring
he has many successes to his credit
f.I the past twenty-four hours A WOMAN'S HEAD.. in e- CF-o
I. Malta-Vita I Shredded Wheat Biscuits : they are notably theloading) comedy

. I from the Texas coast northward to Leon :iraon, white, made his roles of a large repertoire of
and Force with Cream at Sol i I periodical
r Oman's. I the )lower Missouri valley: and) thencenortheastward { appearance in the mayor's courtthis comic operas. .\ few seasons ago !he :.Florida

( I to northern) \ew York{ musing and was allowed to (II, I decided to embrace character work -,- -
j the rain hating turned into Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
snow oni part after paying a fine of $a.uU.< Si-i and that his selection;; a wise one
i tin- western edge of the rain era. I of Jerome
is eiideaceil by his portrayal :
house
man wont to a woman's on
CASTOR I IA ( Rain has .also fallen in the l'xtreneorlh"t. eolith I'alnfox street last night and after I Holconibe in "Sweet Clover! ," I Beautiful Lots for Sale.

\ filling up a iiit. began to qtianvlHo !. r which ha. estibli-heil as without a
For Intuits and Children
c-mUil the disagreement by burn ''n\-ii in this particular Hr." of work .40x137% fest at from $75 to $200 each, ecccrd

Its Kind Yen Have Always Bougni Mrs. N. Bowers will have her: opening I ins; a burning lamp at the female> for which he is so eminently fitted I i ing to location end surroundings.I ,

___ _, _
Boar Ult! A of new Spring Millinery, Tuesda4patnr'eof y, he-ad. The aim was fortunatel very n
bad and the I Exceptionally! Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,
.m-I and woman escaped iJj'lrv3ir.JOn I
Wednesday March 24
./ Thursday, ,
i Huili and the woman a'e frjquern iii High, Dry Fertile Lands.
25 and 26. I
+ usiiors to the police court. i)

t v The grandest opportunity for investment ever

J BAR: < : .. I What's in a Name? Iaaor t6mlar. ) I offered in Fensacola.

I ?'RAINS I Everything is In the name when I it saves cooRS ti C I Dome Seekers Should-- '-See-- These Lots,

i! -- comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. ---- -- --

I DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, discovered, ', If you want your business to be .i k "V 01 1. bbs

1 some years ago how to make a salve ,

SATURDAY, MARCH 2 !, TO MARCH 27, 1903. I from Witch Hazel that is a specific known, advertise in THE NEWS. Corner Garden and Brit Streets.

for Piles. For blind bleeding itching

c Remember these and protruding; Pile! eczema, fI =GOLA=c.JJ
goods at the prices quoted cuts, burns bruises and all skin diseases I K.O. HKffXT.: 'Y ::. d KJIOWLKH, W. K. Hy1!:a, JK., J, H. KEE"E

below have to be seen to be appreciated. i This ,has DeWitt's given Salve rise has to no numerous equal. J G ist and Corn! [.lealR. l I7i1s! :"ebldent. Vloe-Fresidont. -Cs'nler. A8I't CslttrT :


' !' I 'worthless\1tt's-tho counterfeits.('nuine. HargU Ask for Thar-De- ?. GC""ZEJEZ ...a.J'I.." Prop t, I I
First
Ladles' Full Bleached Vests the !| 43: in all Wool Extra fine Twill I macy, John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. o I Ileaasetcren Uataonal U antPENSACOLA.

\ I 10c, grade . . . . Scl I Ecrgc, 75c value at. . 49e yd| i i I I ,JHOTU: +tt::1Lr.:;n c('Iucloa !

Ladies' Full Bleache Vests the 100 Ladies Grey Walking Skirts, I
| STOCK FFFo.Pstroelae .
,,. t 15c. grade at..8 1.3c good value at $1.50, our price 98c DR. F. E BRUCE :' Home IndUBtry, for t*!Pre ii lr FLA.

o !.Adits' Short Waist Corsets, 50 Ladies' All Wool Grey Walking J Tfiry roaaon you ehoalc bay yonr )'("I e':.

i White, only.. . . . . 24c Skirts Latest style at. . 24c Hi returned and resumed prlctctOffice [ 'Ilr,,.OC' h.a Y rectf doing from won tlio nreara Home';:a'f&ctCI'to::,,pea: i. DIrt.EOTO.q.: : .

200 yards Embroideries. Edges 50 Ladies' All Weol Etamine Walking I 2:'i Wfstfi.,reri.tupnt St., : t?. yonriPOBey 1etint6Peeemne"I WM. U. KH"\YJ.T3V.. A. BLOUNT. F. c. PRENT-. K. BY?' 'L
I! srl ;ca in lean are l:!d'rectly.crt( I.ntusuriDf
o and Insertions. Big value, yard -5c Skirts, colors grey and tan, Silhbury Iaidl: ;. ta* tome r.sntractr.-". J. D, 0. KRKNT,

L l- Men's, Ladies' and Children's . . . )otrl"l1tetotb..rllab"Or. l.tbor. Too O'-
priced .t. . $ Tolophouo 1 G. I I' \) !.ecc>tr-ni.r.Jty-j 'tf'clJ"u !.n" Si fwiu .
lA fast black and tan hose, worth Ladies White Lawn Shirt Waists; g' -- -.--- .n_-. I :ntri'OtntoTour lill.soil..V Mm r .. kitlii V1.{fA IH1 "
:.... km ii fa
; $ i
ISc. cut to, pair. . . 8 1-3e embroidered front. Latest out l it : r. g : ;

10 doz Gent's Night Shirts Big at . . . 43c. 74: and 99c I II ; -. :L.,"i&.LY HCH D-t: J e? 6"Ve

t value at. .. . . . . 49c 10 doz Boy's Layndried! I Colored I t.I '0't e1dA r OlT.nr' .' -
I :: :sir iv ocr ovn Bills of Exchange: on Great Erli&in .4.1
f IJ 10 doz. Ladies'TabCollarsthe lOc \ Shirts at. . . . . . 25c 'tiUOu.ttC1B1C: IH' "
Germany. France, Anstr.'a, Italy, Holland, Hpala! BQI -ltl::. fos' I ? J J
kind at. . . . . . 5c i J10 doz Gent's Pat. Elastic Seam ,! i HAIVV 1Y !?I''L.\ Y.
dwe1en, Det.mnrJn other
i pay, European cot ntries.
1
10 doz Ladies'ApliqusTabCollars, | Drawers at. . . . . 395 bi Tr'n-,-. ' !YOU.feim.--ol H *.rJnRLat for IS 1.*. '.''.. -- .-----

I 25c goods, at. . . . 10c 50 doz Gent's Lace Stripe Balbriggan : :RrtiStie phot0graph8, I .nO (I''Ja i.9-vai fttj $ Ycat Ee*:i Dlebarted:: upon the Moe Favortble Terma, lint: t9!
Gent's and Ladies' Hemstitched I I' Shirts j j, l:9oa ta.arrlteatloltI's-rsnra. .:1. ijBionBTaken Payable! at Per cf neetirailcn Tea or Fift'-e: Ufa
.J and Drawyers. Big I 2Ot'e s. Pal..fox Street.3FNFIt !l->)b.m arrl-* &' Fort PoII-ra""a9 '\1: after Vessel Arrives'there.R .
Handkerchiefs at . . 3 1.3c i value at 75c suit, our price 49c ___ 1! 1.OOi.J1.iUrl".ut'ortHllrr DClu 1t6J:1
22x54 inch Extra Heavy Cotton I Gent's 1- n -- lsU: p.. l.ll-r.\"llt 'o.1 .i'Hr"n 91. tr :'Safaty Deposit>> Bozos for
Extra "
Rent Connection
Heavy Blue Overalls I ei''? r t. "rrlT" U h'ort K"'rn( :a" In
Towels, at. . . . 8 13cLadies' and Jumpers with or without I tl. 'Ht-'CU: SCliLUCIF: i' "' ;11 II" m.rrlveBt ,'ort Harra.ca': fm :.[ ,._ with which -are hare PrtT Bartment for tbe UHofRe&ten.
I Trd 't'7" tort Hunncli. !c t"-
Girdle Summer Corsets, Aprons at . . . gse suit Following! i+ tOt schedule of the I :SIP St .

at .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. 49c ,': 401 none Better Extra Heavy Blue i!> : '., Tl.,a.m urlv at PPe'acols. _. 8D':: a. II -
See our line of White Mercerized Overalls and Jumpers union which THK NEWS I !;JIo p. lu. ..U., &; 1'eIi.oCal._ Jw .....01I
t print for theI 5:00: p m arrive p*. fenfaeola_ lfS ; a DR. OCIIC'STRY PBOPS33IOJAL CARDS
:
Waisting nothing newer out at made warranted fast colors I benefit of the rce'chinir wo: ?bip I i:*.0 p. .U.LCiPai'lAaiCLL' __ rat .

.. .. .. .. .. .. 15 and 25c yd and not to rip at. . ..$1.98 suit I! their good- to tLeanoui aruiv. I tlISp. :n.I..i'nTI'.tr6n'.oo.Ioac.tell ... .t'tisardals NEW DISCOVERYFOR --- .
1! posts:
10 Mercerized Madras Ladies 4 ; W. C. ROWE M. D.
Ginghams
pcs Strap patent Colt's Skin I FOULK P'O"'IIi'111t OATI. ,
i Leave* PPt.aenla..... .____ ? .
... . . ;1 _....-_.. "' tt a. m I I.'cnieUbttnbc.rtHarraacatsadrpra THAT COLD.
at. 19c. the yd ; Sandals. the latest creation and I.eave9Harran a' ....__...... -:;;' 11 1.1 -. Office I7K s! I'alafr.HrurlfromStoeatlam.sndl l .
I I Lparee Pickrosi .. ........... .._ .... w ill a m'i I "opaLol" eoN tj' Yard and r tnrn_ r4 TAKE: NO SUBSTITUTE.
100 pieces figured Lawns and Dimities I the same! you pay 225. Our i Leaves B rraoc"4j .-. ....._..__. Kaaa: m 1'L': (:lItor%I1aet s'ieacbaadre: : ,::: :I \ to1D- sand

/ new patterns at. .. .5<; the yd':, price. . . . . . $1.49 :I 'caves Arrives 1'l1n'"cola.Bftrraacn"'_II'_:1\1'_ ....._1.:1; 1m ; srrndr 'CJl1EtI\Z. Cures Ccnsumpt jon.Coughs,
j 8. ai. and tlof'1o after 7 o'clockPhono
25 pieces Madras Ginghams new I Ladies' Oxfords. Sandals and Colonials navel a trip to tortMcKee and th"n i r4- I I Mpg\\"nPIl c,,'\.e..a"r ct"?. poruiUi the ranuiaj d Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma ,
-.urns to r.Arrfici
stripes and checks at. .. .. .. 9c'' in all the latest shapes. li aT'S Hftrranc.i5 ...__..._... iL, ::''.t f n .cca: LT Fort jrr at PneumoniaHayFeverPleurisy I GU.I .
Leaves Pickenl; ... ... ... ..1 .. p. m a a. n. Wan,, -
40 in all
Wool Cheviot 75c i !t
Serge plain and patent tips: at :."t.sve, '"D.3CC.a .. .. ... .._._.. ..) ,1. m 11 .. ra. n EJ I
grade at. .. .-- .... . 49c yd .75: 99c $1.25 and $1.50 the pair :'I .;....a..('. .1'1110. ; >0' ._-......__ ;:J5 P.p. m'I,I 1". W Ia., LaGrippe, Hoarseness JOHN S. BEARD,
\rrlv. tarr\nl'R' 8N p. m. Sac! 'p.m h Sore Threat
mek
9 .... Croup and
.
rip to 'IcK.-e and r -turn.On I i
ATTORNEY AT LAW.I .
I I
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1 I \V'edn< -Ji'. :'!Jd "*aturdiv theloat .,.?-ta '.-.1 Whoopircj: Con:*;!!. I i -
I
> wiU 1avtJirnrcas viVpickjaafor OCacfcf5--309 Thiesen I5a.: i-:'.';.
RiltElbcr;; > tUg FI.Ic'1 I I tY. u>. lee. NO
Pena* '. ..1 at8yi": ct.Jr::. f.OPAY. -
F.E. BRAWNER 4 I I'he Oenp-.l F'f5in: I- '. ."... j I v:. .,,! ."ftRT...real...f-r -7.!.)Arv'rdlt "' ''' ?ride :.i" t 1. 'tP" "Vrn.ESFSr.Et ; Office Hoars-8:30 a. m. t. '. ; :"'
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1fpOS''!s or v .< "1 ': .., out-idT m- -. I I I I rI 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. n..
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105 S. Polafox St. jive a pas u-oru the qt1:1rterml: [ .......'\. P.' :to S"II ,. )lfanlnfadieb of t. -- :t9tSiJi ', Pr .tl state and ted*-*' *..*!,',.
one .
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spccialUbs. Star
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j' i take .l.are; ; 01 her. I -- All t trusted M mo w. : :
9lrsdafer1:15 t a: ry pros gent tuot.oa.
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THE DAILY NEWS PEN3ACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 27, 1903.There'S .

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If ,-'.. '1UI'i
FROM FLORALA. INJURED HIS LEG t"Jf Jf
SAYINGS OF CHILDREN.Carloax i ,1 : t y
BY FALLING. ; : :;l ml;
I Florala, Ala., March 26 1903.:: -Mr. i't' \. .'j; 1 "
'
Inqalrle and Remiirk* brIbe I .: '\1 ',
and Mrs. "'. L Cavuhon: accompanied Genvrutlou. Dionicio Reache, a widely known : k 1i I'
a MunchOr ItihluK {, ': ..1t r tf,
by Mr. H. P. Ellis brother of Mrs. "Mamma.. queried small Edith, who citizen is suffering much pain from r I ;' jr
.,
;
t'I
+
Cawthon are spending a few days wn' poking at the picture<< of an angel, a fall he had several days since. Mr.[ '" )'. hI' ''I:,: ','tjf

i Lunch with friends and relations in Florala -Low do the angels get their gowns on Reache informs The Xews that he .1 ;- f'j 't"
cooKstime 1 rh
this over their wlngb'r"lM.ar. saves .a l. I 11'1 J 4',
week. Mr. Cavuhon is one of was walking up Palafox street leis ''I'".,' : ,

(:! DeFuniak's successiul merchants ne 1 urely at 11:0:: a. m. Wednesdayand J i! .l" : !1:
f : a--e sold his interest there a few months I I b' i 1 '
in when at the intersection of ,,,
Gregory, \
1 sehod for the first time, and upon his The Beer tf. 1- "
and is ;, : 11(
I ago now proprietor of the Flo- return Louie he asked 1'j.iia..Lo he tripped on a !line stretched across : ( :t.T: ;

rala Bargain House. He informedyour taught Adam the alphabet-' the sidewalk, throwing him 'I' .1. fi& eot'
heavily to '
i iIV correspondent yesterday that hewas the ground Besides causing! several That Made ;r Jj } ;: ,i: 1 ; J.

well pleased with the business mall HarcM was taken to a literary! contusions his leg, his watch 1 "I jtr-\\ f1 .
was 'q ;:." 1 J
UneedaBiSCuit here and to club meeting one afternoon, here his ,'. fl ,
expected for
arrange a smashed into small >
I brick buildin for another season. I sifter rend an pay, and upon his return pieces. N11nEIR; r AM"U
)
U. &
Mrs Cawthon and Mr. Ellis will leave''i home he was asked what they did. H-l tlj
aft
INTERESTING
PARTY
I othlng much" he replied; "ouly tj 1 ( y l
today for Liberty Hill, ten miles west
sister talked to herself on a piece of FROM COLUMBUS.An .
of Florala. where they will visit the }i} "
paper. IS)1 i, i
1} grate of their father Rev. Thos. El i interesting part of oung ladies ): I} eJ'f
: .r
lis. It will be remembered by Mr Little Fred after attempting to makea I from Columbus, 0., at Hotel Es VICTORIA : 1t. ,; .t'i : .

I Ellis' many friends and relatives that picture\ of .1 horse on his Mate said, cambia!: today is composed of the four.Misses pI '' t !, r
I "Mauima, due Cod! we en'r 'thiu1" I MADE BY ACME BREWING !4 fr l. Ii '
CO.
he was drowned in the waters of the I "* -. Williamson. Miss Ida Kittle 'jj; : '
I1 \i*, dear was the nplj."Well. '
In the In-er-seal Package Yellow river a few years ago; he was I ." ciiutinucd' the embryo artist, and .Miss Bess. Ford. The young Ja- BEST 10-CEM BOTTLE BEER ;= i; '" ..-i,. -, r ;
!
I.I"t. general manager of the logging; bus 'I Til bet he'll laugh when he sees this dies are on a pleasure tour and find IN 'IOW .j'lff it 1 f : }

iness and during quite a rise in the j i horse." many things to interest them in this j ..t

river attempted to go from one of the old city DANNHEISSER BROS. ;;Ijl 1 ; -:. ; t 1
"
I After dinner was over little Margie: r 1 1
( main jam to a certain landing on a ''tH11. t t.
was observed' with her Ilt'llIlltolH'd l awl AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED ', : ,1 '
i if. few logs selected accompanied by j jI her hands clapped. "\Yh ', Margie.; A Remarkable Case. ;. ;; <: "J: r .:
., I' I I I. W. Harper :! I
John Lenear and W. F. Holley. They said: her mother, uu't you know dinner WhISt6Y. ; .' i
I.'{ succeeded in getting half a dozen logs I is over';'' One of the most remarkable cases of : :.:; t',; ;
'j a cold, deep-seated on the lungs, -- r. 'si4.' r. 11 1-
I II II held together by means of spike "Iiuii't interrupt me, mamma rejoined '," } .- [ : .
I I i but few the little miss, "I'm II-urin' fur causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs Main \' t, .
I pole ;; peeies were in use at House-401 Palafoi street. J\\ ,:. f : : I
another dish of that puddia'." Gertrude Fenner Marion, Ind, who I 1 ,
:) COMPANY I 4e. I'
KM10NAL BISCUIT hat! time. Everything passed off R.R. Exchange: -Opp. Union Depot. /.. : : ; '
Nmlk'bS to say her prayer was :an- was entirely cured by the use of one I I' ( 1\ .
r=-. nir"!'y until the l lots; began to scatter s\\'en' ..; !'> _b says: ,
c. caned: by the ends; striking the banksat I
i\- =:::::==:: ------------= ---::-0 coughing and straining so weakenedme Phones 116 268.: i q ::' > i ,. : :
- the landing. The water was wry Itred. ;
:
F- O;.L PERFECTION E. W. PEAKE, i swift and the logs, uncontrollable II "Wl>at will behaved! children you that I run down in weight from ,.t' 1 1 :

" .' luor Is out of orj I soon placed the three men into the Lau- Mr:<. F'piukti") 14S to 92 pounds. I tried a numberof \Velles-I-a CODlpany- ; :
'I remedies to no avail until I used \ { ( > ;
: :.\i'r is possible if No. SO south Palafox street, keeps water. Unfortunately for Mr. Ellis, % glad j ou think so. I give my I' n j1.jl'I'f:1 }
whole t uu' to their bringing up. Wlllw One Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles ,
, '!ho>, right kind of a Clll bell, wires i and all kinds ol he could not swim and Holly could I never leaves thc Louse without waving; of this wonderful remedy cured .; t\I'

:!UPAT1CURA( 13 thea electrical supplie-3.; Have him d e I not lend any assistance as the latter a kiss to mo from the sidewalk. And me entirely of the cough, strengthened WHOLESALE: AM. RETAIL 'J .
,
: liver tonic. It will your work. Call phone 203. came near looking his own life. Mr. I the war Lib little brother Johnny takes my lungs and restored me to my GROCERS. : ,

liver to entire sat- Ellis sank beneath the watersto Is normal weight, health and! strength. I : .
. your angry off his bat to ladies in the street too : t' .
Hargis Pharmacy, John Sheppard.Sid- -" .. j1 II 1 j '
H will! provide excellent rise no more. livery 1 available sweet." I /R' .
: C.a.BTO X*.:X.A.. ney Kahn. ; ( J t
;: H. <, :let circulation and fi the 1te Kind You Hate tog 3ogg: IBlgnatue < moansure used to find tho body but What are they doing; now at thewlllllo Headquarters for i, :' !t. ,

. : 'h. &? hopes) of success vanished and everyone \\-'i""l'labuing '
+-# the woman next door, I C.A.STOnXA. Fancy and Staple Groceries. 'r i" ; ;
:" : '' who docs not wish his fI discourage :Mr.V.. W. WatKins f. !
suppose bj looking across the areaway Bean tlWe! Vie Kind Yoi Have AYals! Buugit ;
.bed.. says: I cannot ref now postmaster at Liberty Hill ALL KINDS OF UP-TO DATE.. "
Into her kitchen. It makes her wild, .turt ? ;', '7t'tJ { ... .
7t'
.-: a extending to you volun- suggested to the writer that we take and the children enjoy it so much."- )/ 2; FANCY GOODS. t, ; :: ; ,,' '

..: i' .; sincerest recommendation another search in a certain cove Newark News. WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS f -,, : I' '

,: !Icine you prepare and sell just below where we had searched, will launder for FOR WEST FLORIDA FOR THff .t'4 ? If' .'
your spreads :
'J"
:? 1 .. name of IIEPATICURA, by the use of a small boat. We were An Hioest: of Generosity- 15 cents each and make them look CELEBRATED .\ h' .. ,

f : : i of its superior qualities soon at work; the only means to hand "The r.itflcrs i an a remarkably open like uw. Htar Laundry Cafe du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home t'Ir S j ; : '
hnruVl aud unselfish family, don't you ,
:' a i 'r of the general system. were a large hook attached to a long 1 Molasses, Illini and Climax Flour, .1' !

" '.g HCPATICURA, although I )ode, and in a very short time after think 10: MEAT & MALT ha a marvelous Baylels Delicatessen, German-Amerl* ; r i fl
"Y(':;, but they carry it too far. Somebody ,
Food Canned MeatsEtc.
. ways been agreat suifereritipation the work began :Mr. Watkins brought; : sent tin'm a box of oranges not dietetic value. While refreshing and can., Etc. Company's ; 'SS .'4 I
and colds, I have peasant: to take, it helps assimila ; I ..
: to the surface the body of the drownedman. long; ago: and they' Kt tht-Ir little boy
Lion of food. bold by -------- ;
ircly relieved from both of The iron hook fastened to the" take basket\ \ and go around among DANNHEISSER BRO t :

lents, and I venture to say r heel of the boot, but I reached fur the' the III'IlLors and give an orange 10 '.f.f1:1\ : :

.. to the former It has novo I -, \,:;, .. I hand and brought the body into the I I Ihoat. t.'adJ child." HARDBRICK :
"That wasn't it?" SCHEDULE AND PASSENGER
was generous
used only two bottles :Mr. Ellis at that time with his i }'I J .
I "Oh, yes;, but little Willie happenedto ; ;i .
i I'UA so far jet I find I family lived at na .lal.( Florida, and ; i f'
I han the mumps) : and in an excess of RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS .
,:.rht of HO pounds has .-. l' ._ ..-. I in consequence of high water and no': poncrosity! ho gate the disease to each ;I r :i' t.' :

: n'arly 10 pounds. other conveyance except private it' child he met"-Clo\eland Plain Dealer.

Isure in recommend' / C. R. TAYLOR, was decided to inter the body at the I LINE. \t' \ :

. ::V to any one desir- place referred to. Mr.: [ Ellis and his nlre..ted11 flight. : ; \ : J.
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!Lest constitu- I Mrs. Hayseed (visiting New York- :
wry Artistic Shoemaker, sister will not only \is.it the grave of The Pensacola St. Andrews and ., i
Ud. Sold by all IIi, sonny, can you tell me where Walls Gulf Steamship Company has fixed
their father but arrangements will be
FiSt: AOUK A SI'ECI.\ITY. '(, Is 1Chimmy the following; schedule and rates to '11' } :
i made for a nice tomb to be placed at dc Chunii -Ycs'm. Youse apply between Pensacola and the r 'i if"j

l\.S'I'OnXA.. .I Phone I Xo.2S. 9 North Palafox St he grave. I Ii goes right down this way till youse points named : ALAYS\ ON HAND ; "

si". ,, : ; HN Always:\ Beaty I i come t' where some men's puttiu' up a SCHKIHLK. F.

Working Overtime. bulldlu'. ; ) I' j, ;
e. (} f'ff&L I the street? Steamer Tarpon will leave Pen a- i r { : .
.. l : Eight hour laws aro Ignored by Mrs Ifaysittl-Ami is that .HALF. .'
NEW SCHEDULE.OF those tireless, little workers-Dr.King's Cliimmy No'm; lIars de \\all.-Daltl-! cola every Tuesday night at 8:3: .. .. i Y :
: o'clock, after the arrival of the Mo- ; ,: ..
New LIfe Pills. Millions
SEND YOUR ORDERS I are more News. bile train and the P. & A. accommo- J
always at work, night and day, cur I a
dation train. This will enable apf'r1on TO'f .
. i't iri A I'' nf'lr carpenter or ing Indigestion, Biliousness, Constipation I :' esss loT \"Ir. to leave Mobile at 5 in.,

"r i; w rn, Repair: work a I STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, Sick Headache and all stomach Mrs. Joiifs-Oil, dear me, please toll 'make close connection at Pensacola p. ONE : j

t, Liver and Dowel troubles. Easy, me how to wonl this telegram' to my and reach K. Andrews the next it ;
pleasant, safe sure. Only :2Gc!: at W. I ; ; tr 1
J. N. ROGERS, Manager. I
husband! I want to toll him that the morning at 7 o'clock. MILLION1'1' >
A. D'Alemberte's drug store, 121:! S. l .}
baby Is sick, the cook is 111, the water I I :. ;
rAb KNGKK i\TKS.
\ to Ipl\\ and
wi r : t :' d l p.iuo; tuner Freeport Monday I Palafox! street. :i }

i j' d' ': I. still you hold Thur-diy morning.Arrive \ i i pipe, leaking I ; and I want him to : The passenger!" rate from Pensacolawill : : 'J h
at Pen-acoLi' Monday and j jThursday I : como homo at oiicv.OptritorOb Get Our Prices Before : !: ;
i 1,1., i K ad it in. I have Mrs. N. Bowers will have her opening i him toconic I I be as follow: \ ;
ni:'lit. I! if you want To St. Andrews and St. Andrews .
i : \: rn uco and have Leave Peiisicola '1'nzsday!! and !] of new Spring Millinery, Tuesday, i home at once you had letter say ,! point*-$fiOO; round trip $10. tit -J j I ',tt

a -. v 'd pi lilt) factories.; Frid iy myht. Wednesday, Thursday, March 24, 25 "Good news; come iUlIll," To Apalachicola and Carrabelle- Purchasing. ; t '.-t"i, : 4 i .
" .I'I 'I-"11., book store Arrive at Freeport AVtduescJay: I $8 iJO round $15. 'I-1
egrap'i Age. 1iatl'l.-Tel.I ; trip f '
26.CARPENTRY I 1. !
and
f l i I and Saturday uwruils These fares include first-cia 'a ; "I'
i IMV.. PPFSSLF.V. I
nipals. :
\\ouM He Too Ilntl. cabin stateroom and
William, now that jou'\o made ,I Further information can be secured ; J I."it.f I..j i

PEAL .&' i DGLIVE.i' of Gir- : EXE8S[ CO ij. !I IOUTHERN AND ELECTRICAL WORK your plois.: property with it,over can't to IV1I ?me" I can lo as I I, by in the applying Tbiepn;: at the building.OPERAJIOUSE C0ll1pall;:. "'5 office Capacity 50,000, af11eMi11an :; : c.l:, J to :: : !


,, "\\ of course us your husband tho I '

ft k.r4 I Ir for phone C3.rpf'n.Oik; )). I law gives me a third interest lu the J JPme

I Rinsr up Pearl & Dulive, phone W50, 1 Sal estato while I li\'e." Brick Go. ;'Jjf 1j
"You wouldn't lx mean enough to In. .
Hot r,filch Waffles with if vou h>\ve any carpenter or electri-
cal work you want well! done. Fist on that,, would you, William?"- ,J. M.C'Oi: :, 31.linger.ONE : .
Florida Cane Syrup at i .(. ;,... .. Barren Fla. ,
..-e. <> Chicago,; Tribune : ,1 ,0;'
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Salomon "vr NIWHT ONLY! : (
I /. : I II Romance Spuilcd.Maud MAR. 30 .' : i1; I
toby's! Tart -I fool ho sorry for |>,H>r Lillian. MONDAY { ( i
Honey and I lHtIARPtP1WfflSKWI I She ail Kc.'gio had u all planned to 'I III1IIIII r ,. : '!)k.:- f
: "IlL', p'nentspneumoniaOF i To all parts of the country. '
THEVVM. I .
it
elope, and now they haw to give up. ',
--- I Jack--\Vh-it I is the trouble? fc : ,1'Va'fviiji J {.
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lauI:51w: cant persuade her stingy H. WEST '. a.
lIJ i The Southern Express Company I : io
DIHKGTORYX'IGHts old papa to give them the money to NiCK\ S .1

J receives and forwards freight, carry it out-Kansas City Journal. -BIGfdINSTREh 1 ,,1
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money, and valuables of all descriptions I

PYTHIAS. I to >p-\l parts of the country, I Strong Objection."I JUBILEE : f tRUTAUUHT

Pfn.&,' .lai, wipe, No. 3, K, of P., ( arn going to gIve the baby a romantic -
for Canada Mexico
with connections "
I : middle name, said Mrs. Stubb. ; d.

m'' uevcrr at 7.:Id at Monday Cantle eveng 1\11. Havana, Cuba, European points, "Well, I guess not," Interposed Iwi SANFORD B. RICABY, Mgr. [ i
.. .. "When ho big
> gets
r. \ !h* mount -- Wauoc etc. ----' : -" sterni) ouse. ;
\ R'Il'ttng.third. floor.L I enough; he'll think be can write poetry, iT l.
: '.D" brethren cordially The Southern to@ I.
Company
4 Express s and we'll have to support him.- REFINED MINSTRELSY. 'I 'fsi ,
'" w. ocmed I J 4UJ,V 1
J. \.. Lyn.w : operates on 30,000( miles of first- I Cleveland Plain Healer. j ; .I f. 't.
H HORSLIR O.C f

K.H.A8. I class routes, and in connection with Ahientininded :Man.Restaurant ...PERFECTLY PRESENTED... DAILY MENUS ".t:... 'L/r'. T,! .:

the Adams Express Company, on '
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lt.!'" 'II Lid No 13nlng I Comprise all the Up-to. ;'i; rk ;
:: i through way-bills, with through SEE THE BIG PARADE. r
,t .-\# at iII: ), At t I Date Dishes the Mar- .1.. 'J-'J'i;; t I

I l'iiafonnd I-! r InVltoJ.dttrdenorJinlly : cars and through messengers, per- : i PRICES:23!; 50, 753 and f 1 00. kets of the World i'" : ::1 : : '

\ J..1u=EarJou NsoN C. .C. forms a unified service, constituting A DELIGHTFUL BEVERAGE Heats: on sale Friday at noon. Afford. "'r._,.. .I l .' i 1.1 ..."l f,

\ the largest system of tho kind in I i.; l ,' 1 Co .. '*'" ".
SAFE ; .. -J
A u.
i STIMULANT
". '' A Matinee! and Night i I "
tho world. v< ,"5*" 'rsi" ., MAR 31 I I \ (
1\: I. 1:1', ::0.... ao, K. uf l'H I Money Orders are sold at all A GOOD MEDICINE t TUESDAY, Ladies' Private'| ;.e: It '

1 ',,',-I: V,. A" +, knight ol agencies of the Southern Express ";.: ,' ,: ft.

"\"nl1lur..hlY> flail evonui.irtn.tU onn reasonable hours. Receipt For Bale byDannheisser I yI THE SEASON'S SUCCESS Parlor.f' ;, R. ",
,II ,, ,soutuit !! Company at I Dining gf' ,
n iui building
..tc.:>\ IltlJ,)rti u lllly't'lc..w irden streets L,..1 is given and money is refunded : Bros. I An Elaborate Production of the .,.. :t'f .: 1- OIi'
jr
I.Ll.IOS, if order is lost. Beautiful Comedy Drama, : ; r '
... t'. C. I .f ;
.t. : '. This is the chelpestTay to Bend I Dinner ?fjr
I Man-III, there! WhOSE
small remittances by mail or other- 1.1.1 LORG fork are you stealln'7-Cbicago News. Sweet Clover. .:...... ;f4 f.I ; .

I. o. o. F. wise. :4J 1' ., r I .r ;
E. W. FOWLER, A Change Coming.ReporterYou With the Versatile Character ComedlaD, Short Orders Promptly :';t'f ; i" :1 ;

_ 1'1'.1" lewle No. 4 Fla. are your own manager MR. OTIS. B. THAYER Filled Night or Day '1" "f'. I: j'r.
Pensacola,
Agent, not?
},.. ', :' "' .I "t -lav evening at 7:V AI 1 are you t : ,. ". f
t ?, +" \\--t Intendencla street, Branch Offices: Actor-I am just at present, but mJ;r SUPPORTED BV t j-: r. )
!I. cordially InUUd. J, R. Roberts, Depot Store. Contractor and Bonder wife Is coming back from Europe neiweek. I If'It'a Something Good: to Eat ;*; ; :
L. ,\ ""''. Secretary.K. i .J"t1A5. "oN.F. U. Jas. Hansen Cor. Alcanlz and ., .-Smart SetThe MISS ESTELLE CARTER you ,Jon 11 find It at 'I I.; ),.' --" t ,,-

Gadsden.J. PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND Invited tt And the Original Company. [Nick Apostle's] ', : : 4 .1 *0'4 ; ;',

OF L. E.: Williams, Cor. DeVilliers and ladies are cordially I .r
FURNISHED AT ST.
ESTIMATES A Play that will Linger Lovingly In the : *
Jackson.Sol inspect my Spring pattern hats, or I Memory of Plav-Ooers. Popular Restaurant i J: 1 1i

I.". \11I"1)\ ) No. IMJ5. Cahn, Cor. Palafox and Inten- SHORT NOTICE. J* .:* J* Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Matinee Prices-25 and 50c. i 1:1-:! ',, t tmwm

1' .' \1,,'" !lay In Pll'b month. Jencia. First-Class Work Guaranteed and I March 24, 25 and 26. .Mrs. N. Bowers. Night Price -25, 00, jjc; and U.OO 'I r. H"j ; 1 i'

.. Reserved Beats on sale Saturday ,
A I'.H.TH\RP References Furnished. y. i
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NKU M. K.arretary. -- and 'i"
for Matinee Night. -
10 week_ : .\\fJ l'
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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 7,1808

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.ing to degenerate, they will do ens of products in which Florida excels Oldest and Largest

: Europe a great service. The country California-products in which Hair/ Vigor Agency .,

of Judge Lynch is too vigorousto they are competitors, but in every West Florida.Koouiles .

i consent to such humiliations, and instance the decision if a comparisonwere ers Only 35? You look at least (lEST.\us Ill:}) ISCt

Entered at the.Post Office at Pen the noble patriotism of species is too instituted, would be in Florida's 60. Restore color to your ; ..

-cola.. Fla.. second class matter. powerful there." favor. hair.
gray Why not? f.oc;
OFFICE: -Pitts Building, 211 Here is a survival of the old and \Ve do not thnlIt good policyon

South Palafox: street up-stairs. illogical question put by the slaveholder Florida's part to remain away BrosINSURANCE

: "Do you wish your daughterto from the fair simply because California -- i

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. marry a negro?" can afford to spend more OLD BUILDING ISBEING L W. PEAKE,

And we remember seeing these money than she can on her exhibit.It DEMOLISHED.The .
Electrical and
builder
Terms: Invariably In Advance. contractor ,
words on public buildings in France isn't the best dressed the
:
girl at electrical
One Year bj m&il.$5 00Sit will do your work in first-
Months ........ .... .. 2 60 "Liberty Equality and Fraternity" ball that attracts the most atten old buildig on Pine street and class style and at reasonable rate .

One week bj carrier parable Monday tion. Florida with much less than facing Palafox is at last being demol! He can be found at 30 South Palafoi AND

................. .. .. 10Advertising DOGS AND HYDROPHOBIA. $IU ,OOO can make an impression at ished in compliance w:-.:J. orders served street. Phone 203.

Rates Furnished ( Savannah News.) St. Louis that would! do her a vast upon the owner of the place by the
on Ap REALM ESTATE
plication.TELEPHONE Dr. Loomis of New York was until amount of good and that she can afford city marshal. All the upper or sec A. C. BINKLEY desires his friends! ,

I recently among those who denied the that amount for an exhibit ond story had been torn off last even
and the public to know that he
bas
NO 113.PEIBAOOLA existence of any such specific malady there seems to be no doubt. ing and rapid work was being made on Moved to Room 503. Tbiesen building 30U South 1'alafnvart; ''t.

as.hydrophobia. He believed that the the remainder.
where ha will continue as heretofore
(. ailment was imaginary, the convul- CASSAVA CULTURE. This old building has been an eyesore a general law practl-e. Phone 22. PwsAi.u.Fy.1

L.) sions being brought on by the abnormal for many months and it has

condition of mind of the pa (Olando Reporter-Sentinel.) been positively dangerous for peopleto : -

tient. But his opinion has recently Cassava culture will in a few years walk along that side in fear of G.
MAE03 21 1903 I
NERI.I G1\CIt.11..101 IXH:
undergone a chatige. Some few days be one of Florida's leading industries.As the old store collapsing.It .
-- two of the little children of Dr. a pointer in this direction witnessthe I
ago is thought that as soon as the
So President Castro has offered to --- The
fact that than lO OOO cut I Equitable
resign. We were beginning. to sus Loomis were bitten by a fox terrior, more building is out of the way the property

pect that he was becoming more or a household pet. They were sent to tings of cassava "seed"! were shippedto owners will be required to place Ice Cream Parlors,
the Pasteur Institute to bo treated, different points from C. \V. Chap-
artificial walks that side,
stone on Life
from the tone of the Assurance
less resigned '
3.; S. I'alafov
from that but notwithstanding this one of them man's Bear Head farm, near Olando, thus adding much improvement.NOTICE. Strt-et. j SocietyOf
news quarter.
died! having exhibited all the symptoms ) inside of a few days of last veek.: the United: States

of hydrophobia, including convulsions Each joint on the main stalk: of the NEWLY !
The woman suffrage convention at REFITTED AND 11KNUY: K. UYU:. I-'
i FURNISHED.All ,
'untie .
.i and! frothing at the mouth. cassava bush as well as the root
New Orleans bas adjourned so soon. i The firm of Petmnn and Long.
r There is no doubt but they had a This demonstration was too much for crown from which the stalk springs, contractors and builders! has been Kinds of Creams, Ices, Glaces ''Strongest in the We rid;

the theory of Dr Loomis, and he is will prow a 1,1antlnd as they are dissolved !by mutual: consent. I Fruits and Cakes.
dost enjoyable time and there was
now alleged to have become converted generally planted CxG: or 4x0;, thL eIflOJUIJ > U. E. PETERSON', .
r. much said though little done. J. E. LONG. PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIES A FRIENDLY REM! DEP
to the belief that hydrophobia exists ( cuttings; sent out by Mr. I
27ml OR PARTIES.
and is a must terrible malady. Chapman would plant a mighty big: .. I I Hereafter for all
The press dispatches tell of a re ? .t.
He is, therefore, anxious thata field. Maillaird's Candies a Specialty. _
marriage Washington; recently of very Good Cypress Shingles! $1.25 per I lairs, festivals plays
thorough investigation of mad dogs thousand. EEEKMAN LUMBER CO. PHONE 6C2. dramas elocutionarykind
a black man and a white woman butdon't All Seamen I I
shall be instituted.Meanwhe !. i II I of entertamn-e *_,
say whether or not Hoosevelt know the comforts of having on hand I I
-- ---
the old supposition that u i = I churches societies, .
was in attendance IT extend felici K.
a supply of liorden's Eagle !band
dogs went mad only in hut weather Uromo I1inQe
viduals where adrr
tations. Condensed Milk. It can be usi-d so Laxative on an
has been ix-loded.; The I.oomisca.es i : agreeably; for cooking, ia (coffee tea Cures b One Day, Grtpin 2 Days I 7D'LeII_ box. 25cA : o- i- >
occurred: only last week when ..
Mr. Tryan cannot afford: to dropout i are sold there will be a
and chocolate Lay in a supply for I
of the democratic it was cool in Xew York; besides, I II
h leadership, or '. cents a line for first ins.-t
all kinds of rxpwlituns. Avoid unknown -
--
abandon his populistic platform on mad flog epidemics have !been reported brands.CLEANING I I cents a line for subsets: ,'.

account of the disastrous effect it during the winter at rou lJ- II I .: Obituaries and rest. t r...

I would have on the circulation of his !keepsie and other New York towns, OUT THE j spect will come under tl < n,
even while snow lay heavily! cn the i
at .
Ir.g
laewspaperr. PLAZA TODAY. ;. :;)
ground. If there is such a thing as -' ---- .

l The hydrophobia, therefore, it is not a I 1
announcement is made from i OUR WARRINGTON
The street force went to work early ALELYThe :
J, London that Mrs. Maybrick will he one-season disease, but occurs at all i
t this morning to clean out the Plaza i With Indii In one hand and Tetley's, Ta is too fine to be
( released from prison in 1904. The seasons.In anti after the accumulated rubbish in the oth I NEWS is on sale by !.\-&. M
Ceylon r Tetlry'a
tt; announcement is made thus early to view of the foregoing, is it notwell had been carted away, this central spoilt-a i {u making. Have a care I. Keefe at Warrington, who is authored

Avoid the rush of managers::; to secure for each municipality to look out converted\ into real Tea blended to a delicious to receive and receipt for any I.)
park was a Pretty
kt her for the lecture platform. for its dogs. An ounce of preventionis I Lirety. to make it as suggested. scriptiona. Residents of the res-},
place. The grass is nogr3\\ n up! :
i f worth a pound of cure in this matter beautifully and this is seen to better I Iu1 ASK YOUR GROCER. II tion may now be supplied with t ;,3

I Eight million feet of Mohogany logs as in others. Two or three years : \antae;; then I the enclosure Is free of the paper several hour after "!

will be the ago much uneasiness and excitementwas issue leaves the
Iff'MS soon imported through::; press.
from rubbish. A two-fold object i is I _
; port of IVnsacola: for a Louisullc caused in this city by a mad dog obtained in the cleaning of the Plaza. I

1 firm of manufacturers. It will require !scare during which several persons Sanitary conditions are greatly improved Malta-Vita. Shredded Wheat Bt

iI about thirty vessel loads to brine; were bittt'n.t the present time thereis and a great deal of b"aitv is, 'cuits, and Force with Cream at S:

jl this big importation, allowing 2;;<>.0it<) probably not a day passes but some j j added. The sr JtJlI wcrk will pric;>eu I r Oman's.

feet to the cargo. IVnsacola is growing person I is bitten or narrowly escapes I! unintorrrpt.

; in imiHirts; as 'veil a? exports.Holt.son being bitten on the streets of Savannah I 12' Ladies are cordially invite;: t:

1 by dogs. There are hundredsof !I TOCrKKACOf.I* IXOXSI) \Y I spect my Spring .Pattern nilTuesday
I and Itankhead art showing the brutes at large on the streets'!
' '[ Take Laxative Rrrmo Qulntn* Tablets Wednesday, and T
) up each others past record over ins every day! and nicht.; On Rail, Liberty, : l'blHllnatllrtl on -eery A I
/Li9irvlrt. March 2t 25 and 26. Mrs. N)
fie
Alabama just now, the regular program Urajton and other streets persons oni|I box, :.c. I

y of the politicians during the bicycles are constantly annoyed by I en South Palafox street

1. recess of congress lunkhead need dogs;: snapping their legs. .\ srentle- II Mrs. N. Bowers will have her opening i Bon Sons and Chocolates. :

I not get alarmed about his prospects; man coming out of a drug store on of new Spring Millinery! Tuesday, i NOW IS THE TIME TO FUR tSL
I I ii'ii:: inLi'iors: : I
for re-flection this time for women Drayion street the other (evening:; I[ Wednesday! and Thursday, March 2-ii YOUR DINING ROOM, AND MAP

suffrage; has; not yet been established was bitten on the I leg by a dog beforehe 25 and 26. I i cV. A. D'ALEMBERTE :('STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT V _
It in his district of Alabama.PeusaeiIa had any i idea! that an attack was If f i # WANT IN SIDEBOARDS CHINA
I '
;1y : h wilding.! Try The Nevi WANT C LUmJ. :! Driest and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox t.1The CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAI"S.
% must get that franchise approximately I'
'r -
There are in the City Code =
j in the ii'-w interstate league, and twenty ordinances on the I- Millinery opening: cf S, 3 f.

local fans may just as well make up subject f.f d;>gs. Among other thingsit : I ions, Tuesday, Wednesday T urIC< y,

{ their minds to rush; this old town is pnr.idfd that no dog shall be I' ''March 24, 25 and 2C:, at M' b HCREX

into the \acant place. We will never .
permitted to go at large within the'I'it ers, en South Palafv- \: '
have R'xxl base ball unites WP
any
) unless he has en a collar with I -
get on the inside and a determined the owner's
r1 name plainly marip.1Ihpl''II1 !
AMERICAN GRASS CARPETS "
t effort is required t to get there. Paste
; that owners shall be held! I
t that in your hat, gentlemen! and geta responsible for injuries inflicted by J 'TffAOf AND LINOLEUM, FINEST

move on you. (dogs, without collars! or muzzles: ; that' "''MA* THING ON EARTH FOR YOUR

!, l l all dogs running at large shall! Le : rac-- HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE.
i A letter received lately frrm a
muzzled between June and October: RUG3 TO MATCH. MAR6TON
frit'nliin the northwest contained (his
err that dogs shall n-,t go within thirty : I QUINA.
liaragraph: "I would have written
rte feet of the city market ; that dogs ; ,
Sooner but we wore actually short "
5 f shall bo licensed l; that dogs: found oitiw i uitci' s-.
t in by snow which was II.Jf'l't _
c without badges; shall he impounded) .
deep I dt) hl'Ii""I''c ar!' all well -l: \EITIIEItbpeap'ai' vn
.
etc. low many of these laws are en- I -- .... nor con-IK'..- "r
tout everything is roveri-d with snow I lea t. a IurucralOn'lble w .
lorceil! ?
.
cur tit
.hI
I and I fear the sheep have suffered \ ;
ed by the CI e\ uhaid Trsnt L
greatly.: Anil to think that fruit I I JAs.I.Glawt'
t WILL FLORIDA HAVE AN Sutherland Inn, (b. tup .
trees are in born! in our state. EXHIBIT? I Beverage of i I Consigns.,. -

| Fort Harrancas, Fin: March .
There is no country in the world ( Satannah X'ws.ITho
i P lit",!.-Sealed propjaal.i, in trip)
} that can equal the I'niteil States in people of Florida are'HY i will) bo received until II a. in
1 I variety of weather. Daring the past much interested! in the question as : HealthThere .1\ "II, 1'jiX: :!, for constructing 01.

\ few days there has been in Iowa a to whether or not their state will ) i bachelor oll crn' quarters, u:,

i'' I. hot wave that was a record.breaker have an exhibit at the ?t. Louis I gun shed fort liarrauea-,a

i s for March. \t the same time there fair Covernor Jennings said a dayor I is no beverage more healthful than the or reserves all proposals right to or reject any or par ac

4 were snow storms in Missouri, Pennsylvania two aw that Florida could not Information f>irm>-hc'l on a
kind of beer. malt and food
and OKo. And while it was afford to have an exhibit that would right Barley hops-a Envelopes contaimii: pp>;"' !

11 1' roasting hot in Inca and freezing not do her justice, and it is being j and I be marked "I'rojxnaN! f< : I
tonic. of '
a Only 3 l/2 per cent alcohol-just Lion Public Ilinldinp--. <.-: '
" ti cold in Missoura and! Pennsylvania pointed out that if California hag i i E. COLK, Q. M.Mch .

delightful spring weather pervaded $ .IIH'IOtH) to spend on her exhibit enough to aid digestion. '..:-: I-.:- .",.-. Apr 1 17 : .

the' Ptwth. justice t-) Flcrida could not be done ---.---- -

t --- with $100.000.A ). Rhine wine is 12 per cent alcohol ; champagne, Hot Chocolate \riti

t, A FRENCH VIEW OF THE: NEGRO. great deal can be don" in the i Whipped Cream at Solo-
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k iI 01.,101J'lIrna1.l way of an exhibit with |1000< Indeed !; 20 per cent ; whiskey, 40 per cent. mcu's.

\\ )Ir, rtemey I1" Gourmont wa\rts hotover Florida could make a very fine:;' -
There in beer while the sweet
no
' \ the question in the I'nit- are germs pure I
I negro exhibit tn a smmuch: less than :,

od States. From his tower of ivory that. Of course: Florida i isn't as rich drinks which you give children arc full of them. : STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

be looks acraaa the Atlantic: nnJ as California and therefore cannot 1

1j raises up his voice: "However per afford to spend as. iruca money at St. i Pure beer is a tonic which all physicians favor. : -
feet Baptists and delicious Methodists Louis but Florida isn't t "\tt\irrn I'rriHecoIa! and Milton- & *l
iI
. a state
poor
i
I I be the They prescribe it to the weak the run-down the i linn. hilly humlaj
hicppf
f Jlr. Roosevelt's negroes may: by any moans, anl. besides, she i

Sawn and the Latin and the Celt han't any debt worth speaking of convalescent. And they recommend it to well I "CITY OF TAMPA."
revolt unanimously; and their revoltis It isn't the sue of the exhibit: that i>

a fine thing for it is in conformitywith always makes the best impression. |i people who want to keep well. I I l"II'.cOlaV.. Milton r;ql J'IUll 1\01 At L.I'Mi'"n.u..la mi ,' .' piliI r lflI

the laws of nature. Patriotism Its quality is what atracts."hat rare.4.c; Itoulld tnpti'o

should defend his house a instthleH' impre lon for instance, would California !- !' -

is an elementary principle.The oranges; make when compared i But get the right beer, for some beer is not healthful. I

patriotism of the "Pl'ritor.. if with those of Florida! ? And Florida ) Schlitz is the pure beer, the clean beer, the filtered and JEWELEOI/ : HIS

you prefer the literary word the pineapples! Are there sterilized beer.
pineapples anywhere No bacilli in it-nothing but health. I I
patriotism of race has become as else\ In the world that can STAND
the patriotism of soil. And Schlitz is the beer that I NEW
necessary as I compare with them? There are d, z. aged never causes

.. .The Americans. by their rrwst biliousness I
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against the too biblical sentiments of

XIr. Roosevelt) serve the ca'tae of Headache Call the lave moved my j jewelry rt t:
for brewery bottlingTHE .'
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civilization, which depond* abso'.uMy' South Pahfox form ; .:
PiI\'m4'.4, sour !!nma"'h.nctra. BEER THAT MADE MILWAUKEE FAMOUSL. a
on the luv-eminenet of th" wLit tk. and all liver i.:> are cured tyo by B H3 A Co., and .' '

race; but if they decide to olv.: h-i! I ff8 -r prepared ltep f>v..r' 7 I

and accent black officials ac>! mrrEosresoes l I ..l cQr -.J 4..C"rc_L ; JI1rcain ir diamo.i t. "

: and l raise a >fiu ran ,r< .'*:lrt.... Price 7, etc. Call \IJ :'ite : j
; mail or
.ai r I--y
mulattos3if; in a word they a: wii! C.L11" .:; C,.. .' \.1:S. BEAR & CO, Wholesale Agent for Pensacola. :onvincuvon.J. ,
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 27. 1003. ; ;, = Y #


t lii, .!;! '" m '! ,t1I 4

... AN ABSOLUTE NECESSITY.So No. OGO8. e.\ ; { -
*. 0. O'NEAL, President M. E. CUR, Cashier 1 ij i1;'l,,! mfM i i _

SKIN. TORTURED J. fOSHEE,Ylce-Prelident;; JOHN PFEIFFER, Asi't CsihUr. L;; ,1-'I f!i tr
;. CAUGHT AT RANDOM : Thinks at Least. One TravelingMan. "lf] 1 l. h:


BABIES I would without as my soon mileage think books of startingou and AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK rfitfr:;:1;: : : : 11

"Newspapers in this place are ;
very '
grip as to start out on a trip withouta OF PENSACOLA, FLA. .I : \ -\1 :,
generous to say the least" re ) 'i'q.

marked a reader. "I notice that on in box my of valise Stuart's said Dyspepsia a traveling Tablets man: Designated Depository of the United States. rlfi:.: ,4 if i 'ftt.II"II"t

several occasions facts of certain arrests Condensed Statement at the close of business )March
I
And Tired Fretted have been suppressed and I am who represents a St. Louis hardware 20,19C3. : ,' :. '> :

house. Why? Because I have to RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. : ; ; .
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informed that fe
this is done urgent -
upon put up at all kinds of hotels and Discounts..... ...... ........ ... $375,037.62: Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... $200.000.00) i r.Hti 'j. t,.! $'liP'Loa.sand
Mothers request of relath'esow thisis boarding houses. 1 have to eat good, Demand Loans...... ...... ...... ...... .... !6320300Orerdrafts (urplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... >(),ro.OO '1 (lal c 'J : .
commendatory to a certain degree bad and indifferent food at all hoursof ... ... ........ .... 2,35253; Undivided Profits...... ...... .... ..... .... 509.39 'c.t.,: l '.:- ; J"

and the fact ought to be much more U. S. Bonds andsPremiums................ 213.808.b7 Circulation..... ..... .. ...... .... .... ... 125,000.00 I ijl lf 'i [:
the day and night and I don't believe Stocks: securities, etc... ............ ...... 2,62300 Dividends Unpaid: ....................... .. 64.00 It );. ,," ';1
appreciated than it is, and especiallyby any man's stomach will stand Furniture auJ Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 8.71848 Deposits ..........,....... ...... ...... ..... 621,346.81 k It: I .c."', "-I"
Hot Comfort Cuticura Soap the several young men whose that sort of thing without protest, Cash and Exchange.. ........ ......... 283.16630' I it t Itn It' .

troubles have been kept from public tIL .
't. ;i t
anyway I know mine won't. It has ; 1

and Ointment notice by the papers. But this to have something to break the fall Total...... .... .... ...... .... ..... ....... $966,910.20 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ...... .... $9C6,910.20 ;.. '..t"" il, ""t i ,I ',
the of the
generosity on part papersis and Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is This bank for business October t.j .
opened 23,1900.We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give ,. : I
really abused, for I know of a certain the crutch I fall back on. your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. \i 'i r t'j .J
1fr;
case where a prominent young My friends often "josh" me aboutit i 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I": .ft! ; .1 r'i 1. '
All Other Remedies and man really made the boast that the
When tell I'm mark for
me an easy patent i t oj' I .
t
papers were afraid U print the detailsof medicine fakers, that advertised J I :I' .j
Physicians Fail. his he would } i! c .ell1 .
troubles-afraid
"r I ..
medicines are humbugs, etc., but I I iti "" I
give the writers a thrashing. I am 'I ,'. t '
that Itt
notice they are nearly always 11 i' .'
not posing as an adviser but it seemsto ;iJ ,', : : 1
complaining of their aches and t .
r-l lid ant l1 fi Ij .'. .. '1'; \, .
ls=fint refreshing= sleep me the best way newspapers could
pains and poor digestion, while I can I 41 '.
.,,, rtun-J li.iMca and rest for tf: \ '\
j : -''> treat this appreciative youngster stand most any old kind of fare and s .1.- !,: ,
. n..rri..I mothers in warm baths trouble .' i : ,. I.I I.
,1.! would be to expose his next feel good and ready for my work : :

., ; t 'Ii'.<'ura: :soap: ami gentle anoint- without fear or favor. It would be when it needs me, and I believe I > .

. :. '\':Cuticura Ointment, purest of to him a lasting lesson and would also owe my good digestion and: sound ,{ Ii rj

=kin to he fallowed inly I r l
v cures serve as a warning to many othersof health to tho dally, regular ue of. j 'cps : I
. -'< mild dotty of Cuticun:
. '.' '.: Pilk This ii the purest> a like type or disposition. I Stuart's Dyspepsia! Tablets, rear in

spowly! jx-rnianeiit and would impress it upon you however, and year out, and all the "joshing"in I fP- .!.' : t.

, ,I tr .itiueiit fur torturing, I that I am nut offering; advice for the the worM: will never convince no: i; ,( -. >
.'_ It'hiul: burning; bleedinirt I -: J'It .
lutes
Tens: :cola pagers are run on to the contrary.:: T '. '
< ,-t i t. d and pulpily skin and .1.t I o' .
'!u i ''ur=, w hli loj of hair of I..I la1 I strictly in accord with the patronage 1 used to have heartburn about : t.f .:. 1 : 'j.I j.
.
. .I 1 ujiMmi! as well as adult, I they receive and my friend Mayes three times a day and a headache I : I' !, ... .
:\ .. '
n' to FiuwJ when all other would .
{ put a quietus on all peopleho times week I i.
about three or four a : .
i'd the l I"--t physicians: fail. I t i' 1
'offer advice in the matter of run- and after standing for this for four or r I ,
..::.1"; lulling! told buruin; f.
I
B. H. FAIHC3ILD
i, .i-in ('l'ZI'lIla; the fiijrl.tful; jnin a newspaper. That advice five years I began to look around fora : : ,

. : ..- in |p-'>ii.i-is; the lo-s '..' of the sea'p: :a* in sculled ."
esumatlOn.I told the best investment I 01/0 : i ,
tor me 38 EAST RCMANA STREET. it
.i Stint::: Ji-n! :guru; lacr.t. aj in I '

. "What a pretty building Alfred! Tablets, I 1
and of
:us anxiety vcrnii box: of Stuart's Dyspepsia I :
. .' -, :.-. milk CI'I1-t. t<.tter an '. all demand of Phono -1C3.
11 remedy "He has
said! gentleman. f.

.i .ciiiP'rhuman;,
o::utmcat and Fills: are such and white and from a distance the what I spend every day for cigars, VIOLATED SOON. f f 1 rt .1 > ., .

proven' beyond. all 110ml'!. Xo effect is far acre beautiful: than aview I feel like shaking hands with: myselffor ( : .
"i. ut U malls\ regarding them that : : :.
. : very cloac.: Stand at the corner stomach and digestion ifi i- .
r I can keep my ATI
i > justified by tit strongest cvi- Alderman Reilly's new ordianancc dl. '
"'. The purity and swueliie" thor of Oaillemarde andVriht in first-class order for fifty I0I I
,
to atlord immediate relief, the streets and see hour pretty the building cents a month. I don't care for any prohibiting trains was the jumping violated on yesterday or off mowing afternoon ..... .;11o1a.01@101..0/NO10.oN.B.61i1IEIa1Q82Q1 ,c < I ; : 1 iNA i-:

, .
ity: of FjMH-Jy and i>erm.meut: looks it would pay anyone to .
the absolute and ; better life insurance.My by Beverly Colliding, while, :
safety: great ;
have made them the standard make a trip and take a look-and it druggist tell me they are the i 1
(
uuy : and Dennis Page, colored, who were I The Store. : ,

.. .,i cures world.:and! humour rttaediui of thoilied would IVnsacola's become church apparent would at once soon that be most popular of all have stomach maintained medicines caught in the act of barding( a train Big : ; \ ;

__ ___ __ ________ and that they by Officer Humphreys. The defendants ..i ',' \
u the prettiest building recently erected. their popularity and success because said the officers representationswere .N.0.NO.ri.0.Sb@.0.0.0.s.s.N..BH.o.Ni.o101e.a01 .i :t. 'J.
'j.f-1f. ;
MAP OF THE WORLD. I know the membersnip will crowd they do as advertised. They bring :

the church on the first service which results, and results are what countin true in every respect but they We arc now in a Position to Offer Some of the Greatest l ;: :
'i't:, you like to have a Rood Caster were not aware that the prohibitory :, 'j : r .: ,
,. I am informed will be on a patent medicine as much as in" In consideration Values in Men's and Youth's Suits ;. .*
< I. world f 7x17; inches In law was yet effective. Boys' ; t :
Sunday. I'll he there myself."has selling! barb wire. # ,
.: uji in your home or place I of this truthful acknowledgement, '
I Ever Shown in This City .
You' road the news from the mayor suspended sentence with t it' .:
it ever occurred to you how I .
l i'i' .' worM every day and the !Mil K\, .\Trt:: IO'i.I the information that the daring and o__ __ ,2____-_ __ -Y.O ,.. ;I I
is i
useful the weather bureau to 'I. '
.u'stilt to locatelimps foolhardy acts were not ID be repeat I,
i a map and} if haven't, 71 Regular conclave ol h i : :i \ <
yrxi have notlure general public; you I Cff'ur tie Leon Common MEN'S CASIMERE SUITS, FROM . . ... . . . J3.CO TO $18.00 !If, >1 t l ,, J ..

I is a chance(.just; l kt your mind revert to the 'I -... deny S. 1Knight:*f' MEN'S FINE ALL WOOL WORSTED SUITS. . . .$12.50 TO $20.03 r rY) I i
besides -
1 hli'adnn. It is ;great work that is being; done I .A Te-nirdar, at 8:10 p. m.'V BOY'S KNEE PANT SUITS . . . . . . . $1.50 TO 6.00YOUTH'S ,1.. '
I'll "
h. ):ngrav(-l on! mating forecasts. thus the mused a' \ rnp Work=!day in, :\lar'h31.the K.; 1'. eieKTto G01iDSTEIl LONG PANT SUiTS. .. . . . . . $6.00 TO 12.50 ,PI' n\ : ;'f" f lj! '
la "Look: at urlint I
|
seafaring man.
DR { "
etion. and show ; loii.iwed. by -1 buiquet. : \ CELEBRATED CRACK-A-JACK AND SANDOW PANTS FOR BOYS. t. .i .

sailing routes : compilations that aro made every i S-'journhiK Sir Knights are ccurttouly THE WORLD FAMOUS DUTCHESS TROUSERS FOR MEN-AWRITTEN r; f') ': I :.

( month, such as crop bulletins, statistical -: Iii VItrd.J.. IS HERE. GUARANTEE ON EVERY PAIR.MOTHER'S 'R'j ,: n
tweet T important
bulletins! e-tc. Ap n. KELLER, E. C. t
.riil., It als;> slums weather should! i HAKKV W liuus, FRIEND SHIRTS FOR BOyS. . . . . . 50 and 75c 'I- -.
vvhrt they
Ipropriatiuns are not
I
,-t. ,
.
Recorder.fjFJS $2.000STOCKOFMEN.SFINESHIRTS..50c.75cANDt,1.00 .
'i cables: the length THE OPTICAL SPECIALIST IS t. .
and it is regretful
j jbc by any means, 't '
I THE BEST VALUES ON EARTH. ,': ;
:1 i different latitudes, ;that such is the case." : ... ... ... STOPPING AT HE ESCAMBIA :.f. .
i h11 parts of the Ii. '( i HOTEL.-SEE HIM ABOUT I

: .i nations in beautiful YOUR EYES. w PACKARD
"1 hope\ tie next federal grand t d'
nid everything con- if. NOTES :
jury! will again rt'c mm'nll that an ( { ..
'
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$1:; English andprice I elevator be placed in the custom ::,:(, THE SHOE FOR MEN
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I 1'1.( .' U ?">, but l : '/' .
"I haveetimb t r: I"
L
timber
i huso, said a nnn. fP"1;;. : i
before
"< any address
j to that spiral stairway somo1 / -': ", ... A HICH-GRACE: SHOE AT A POPULAR 1. 1 ',' +
: ""press prepaid, for I and fustice Stilly of Cottage Hill! i ishere ; \ f'r''''&;. t: tK ft.Ill
'
day '
1 times; half a dozen! times a ( "- A. .
,
i.J a new map just !lit is really! fatiguing. 1 believe, how. on business of the criminal court ,'. "' ..- lp/ PRICE. . . . .$3.50

i ui and only one i ever, that if the grand jury bodies of Flomaton 1o g ; i iI iy
III be sent to one !. Mr. C. P. gtinespring i Fcr Vici aid Cox Calf. ,
\\ t:
tcontinue to 111!;; at the thing;, the gov- Remember the eye is the most sensitie tea 1 t' 11G1
I ii, S. makerills.- is the business visitors who 1' r
.t i among w l
the In its normal t
1 ernmemt'ill: at \length awake to organ we have ; __ t t 1
,.1"' --Imvnao. ,-pri "1111 6 1ttE -
remedy thee I arrive last afternoon. at all distance!
.. necessity of such and i condition \ve can see
..
i inie, Chicago. iI. Such is needed, and needed: I Mr. G. T. Pnnglft; :a popular Now I alike.Ve can admire the beauties of :E FOR PAT. CORONA AND ENAMEL

is wonderful .. t
that
badly." nature and everything I i .
T'sgedy Averted. York commercial man is one: of to in life. The eye is often abused 1( . . .. . .$4.00 -

i ." i.uk of time our lit. 'Trod Schad is certainly workingto I ,day's business visitors. and neglected, the sicht becomes impaired ..: ::. --. l : : '* 4iF

I 'j m,'4" writes Mrs. W.t good' baseball for l''n<; and requires artificial aid, and, t --- --
secure Tarn .
Mr. \\ J. Webb representing: .
11.! asant: City. Ohio. believe his cffcns aCIa'l i as medical attention is of no cunbe-
and 1 at 4
h:1\'OC'' pa cigar;: manufactories, is a guest The Swellest Lire of OXFORDS to fi
1 'd played sad : I Iv method, to
crowned with success, (' hotel toJaj.Travelling (11tl'nCttbfl' is only one : t f e
Merchants
:: a terrible cough set i man. "Schad is all right anywhere t restore the sight m its normal condition } 't'' t
., '. young be Found in the City. ,
him,
'
c tors treated At'' you put him; and for my part Passenger: Agent D. M. and that I is by the use of proper ,
\\ "i every day.
:>o
Dis-i! I believe he will IH- all right in the Run of the Georgia; Central railroad! is glasses. Dr. Goldstein is in the cityand F ,' v 1,
1 Dr.! King'scV I -- --- i
marshal's off>e. for vvhk-h he is in the city. His headquarters are iaMobile I will remain a few 1 :Mimptioa, and our dar-
'1 lit"'s now sound and 'j reaching out with both haud! lie -. the opportunity of your life to get \. Burley & Stevens' Shoes for Boys-: t 7 .
I'! to bo successful and 1 hopt glasses fitted to jour eyes to make
E ,:y ought to know, deserves .\Atlanta., Ga., party of businessmen '
he will be in both efforts he Is now you see properly, and t TO cure for Coughs \ i at the Merchants hotel today is.
is well
strengthen them. Dr. Goldstein:
I diseases. Guar- making ". It. Carbard. II
IIng made up of Messrs. \\
., U'Alemberte, 121 S. known to some of our citizens, and is to give satisfact:
\
W. S. Shot-
and
E Smith, lien Smith
Tnco 50c. and $1.00. RALSTON PURINA DEMONSTRATION. highly recommended. Dr. Goldstein

'. well. charges you nothing for *\aminatlon |- >J
.. J .
'-redded Wheat Bise ):wry day during the week ft !, A special car for ConCedt'rate"et
> March _:'ird:: Miss J. K. Ropers will!! i ans and! their families: will be at proper ndhce.
":e with Cream at Soli.h anl i talk intercstlnsly', I to the regular mail passengertrain The value of perfect fitting glasses
demonstrate jtached l Aion
Ian
I about itAi-srox pru: .\ ('F.IlI:ALS t,I! for DoFuniak) on Saturday 2Mb. with reference to health! cannot be Willi oUt ) ix vii ra;

and ITRINA HCALTH FLOfH. A !;, inn. 7 a. m. =::t I over estimated. Their effect upon
at night may se and
,
hANK WILL liE GIVCXIFUEU the nervous<< system is direct S' I ;k
.: : Plan's Cure for JUALSTON, of t'olal'li' I I Friends: of City Tax Collector XlcK. through thiindirectly, upon th' entire ,
M
with every purchase t
I CEIlliVLS. ) Ot'rtinlwre pleased to see thepopul.ir organization. WE ARE EYE EXPERTS.t .i;
RALSTON
!I \ ?t's of city official: on the streets, of the troubles which result ,1 \-"Jll
The ladies are requested! to call A few \ a'e 'ucaPed in rehttring P. rlert Moghtend
P ; is a new label for the this morning after a short indisposi I directly from neglect: in this particular j Ktfiiifjvinu Ky."ttr,,in, ht--auiB we rl s! to ;
the marketv . I early and often. __ hiivs e<|jiD- ;-.r en JAS. McrUTH, Prop. I I. tion. are: Neuralgia, hick Ieadache' lt : 7 Moflnra Appinnccs whichwitli our ex*

.- ., ,I Phone 103; New Orleans Grocery Co. Baldwin Times:-Mr. W. J. Cell of : and Nervous Prostation. In additionto :& : r :: ptrt knowinJtpaudtipcnn.ee, Insures +
GRADES \

FP 7tl 0 SES TO OF 1250.ALL SIXTY 1 March 2331.J IVn:.acola, the gentleman who is doing the general diseases local, I have affections enumerated :. S '.. ,' ;... ;1. r.: %.. r.. 1 r ():\ n.T.\TIO'i: HKK.THEO.BELLAMORB. :i t4 '

CA' c EE TRIAL ON OUR LAM 10 cents week develop that section of the following j f : -
1I J Try The News, per i so much to << -r-x : "O '* ,t..t "
Aa"EJ uncorrected errorsof ;
; FLLT MATTRESSES. TRY often result from
Gateswood, wasa *--- ". lWViltr'a ,
delivered. !lltaMwin county near I v. .'
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C\E ..
M RSTON & QUINA. I refraction. Conjunctivitis (granulated : :.- 4. : '' :
I caller at this office Tuesday. _:i : ';; ;l'jf KKTKACTINO: OPTICIAN : itGridue'e.11'arrFrsnce
with Ulcers of : .:\ ., _
lids; Keratitis .. ... .., ..f' rEiiftt h
'" -. : ',' : ( ) and I'bll- If
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.. 1 1 Dr. G. Goldstein, the optical special Cornea, Paralysis of Nerves Atrophyof :, 1. _:>:' .- ":::-.;:..;..> ad..l bJl', ..

tQo.4.th'Jft"A".. .' 'A'" A ist of Louisville, has returned to the Nerves.A ; 1
.\.Ur '. 23'/2' SOUTH PALAFOX ST., OLD ARMORY BUILDING. ,
city and is located at Hotel Escambia.Dr. sad mistake is made by most people

5 LENTEN SPECIALTIES Jt Goldstein has been visiting Pen- In putting off spectacles too long.!

and by the satisfactory old advice, "Don't begin specks ;
":cola for many years The
has madean done a world DR. J. H. MOCK
i I work he has done until you have to, has

CAHN & CO'S. enviable reputation and built up a of harm. Anyone can by straining i ',; i I
.SOL
> 7 if2r
.. .. lace practice and squinting and looking sharp, go ; .1 : i i

ft. -- a long time without: spectacles! but he

'. un> M\rKiiii: : Glm TrHrr.l1IF.f is sewing seeds of destruction to his : DENTISTe : f y

: 1 t-.nll..n. 5. N'-_ (; :.\B*, CO TO E. W. FEAKE'S, yea'. i i i4t

I ItlO'I) 1-11. 1'IHII U )t'. ) Dr. Goldstein.
t Consult Street Old Armory Eaildiug!
UF.ma ;G. fir I : 28- S. Palafox '
f sit IH.O\Un; >;, 1\U'PEHI'U: N >.S'J: "vDtuh Palafox street, jour Ppecife examination of thee3 r

t. t'N\T 1'1.11 I electrical: \ work. He h prepared to free of chargeROOM CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. f '

(.J :r ''...1;;: Gn l'.lIy: Kept in a Fint-Qia Grocery. PHONE ,IJ73xH'il4 flrst-class job at moderate 31, HOTEL PARLORS, ES-I do a ; ,
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S.COL.'LA. -
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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8AOOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 97,1909The


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A FACT


Cause of Many NEWS( OF THE | -- I t HORSES AND HORSEMEN. .ABOUT THE "BLUES"What Curse

Sudden Deaths. AlmcTion. 2IS%. will toe raced this

year by, 3Iatt Lainl. Man:
There is a disease prevailing ta this A. r. lk'nner. South Rethlfhem. Ta., I Is seldom occasioned by actual existing or

country most dangirp-js: becajse so decep- BATTLESHIPS c will rlliis stable l on the grand circuit :! external conditions but I nth e
r-: I I H "i tve. Many sudden I V
r"t: tracks this year. I great majority of cases disorder
: by
r3 k "h deaths are caused byit : I Like a
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"4 ---l-. -heart disease; CiI'P'r.t\ '>, was recently driven a i ,LIVER.. DRINKCl'ltlW

: : 1 .eumnia. heart ALL VESSELS ALLOWED LARGELIBERTYPARTIESA3HORE quarter: to road cart on the Pleasanton :
rr 1aComet THIS IS A FACT
I fail-re ;
111 cr apoplexy Cal.) track in 30 t seconds.
I I d often the result which may: be demonstrated .
are THIS
: r of Idle! Hour stock farm
the
vV1 sky comes Ioy JIIlliT!
; ;:.. i 'I I of kidney disease.! If Th.S by trying a course of ) K\
Wthe star of health Macun. (,a.. l.n purchased two trotting
-I 4.; I ki r.ey troLble! is allowed AFTERNOON.
I to advance the \W\ to the weak and colts by Ilratiau: Hoy.Th ,
e- >\ L famous remedyV\ WHITE RIBBON
I
'... uk il ki-ney-polsoned: doesfortheslom- weary despOD. ? (amus "snake horAn.ioon. : REMEDY.
,i.- bisod: will attack the ach that which it: \Wu'rhfgFaft\ Ua. Is now in training for the coming utt's PillsThey

__.... .... v.tal organs cr the TLings wore very lively at the Pal- Is unable to do for TO j s tom a c h '2on on tie ;grand circuit A'o t"st0 alor. Ian, i*
I rarer,tea, or cofetintti ItWhit.
thsm-elves break; dawn ad TO I
kidr.ey: wa.te: Itself f but
\
afov street landing this afternoon even ;
troubleaand 1 1sbghty : BIlly! luck iu ]:.1 Gi't-rs' stable can .. Rlbbou Uemrdvn ,
away :ell :y cell. duordered WAU\ ii ,
I when large parties of men came digestive trot ill his nvonl of 2:1 0'j and walk the a seal Ek:ider troubles: not avsys result from or overburdened nr. 'I*, disorders. control and regulate the LIVER. lants, whether the patit-nl Ii
:1 de'aj cf the and I ahore and ship sent boatloads tl.e 1I't juurtt-r, "o it's said. \1
.t Inebriate
a (! 'Ie hdreys a cure: is every : I A "tippler, *o :11
; I: cbtai' '::1 qu:cksst by a proper treatmer.t of I It.ie t'> the city. Besides men from the \ CI\s'eusJ.rs more racing para.1beriithl.tHtS. ilr They bring hope and bouyancy to the drunkard. IniuoMblvfornuvRpprtue
Kodo1\\\ for alcohillp ,. .
They bring health and elasticity n" kf
i k-dreys. If you are feeling badly you I battleships: a large contingent were \,, !uspendors, etr.-tltan : White Ribbon Remt' ). -JIn
nake mhtake 1 Dr. Kilmer's li to the
can r.a hy; tang \ any other holder of the orld's trotUugrcconl. body.
.swamp- oot. the great kicr.ejr, liver ar.dtladdsr allotted loaxe from the supply ship supplies the natural \ \\\ I
r mcdl.It Culgoa.s these men came up the juices cf"g.d : '\ I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. :Mrs. Moor*.presg supc-n, .-
\ The Soo Drivlna club of Sault ?te. 1 meu', Lbrlfctitta Tsflipriicturs. ,',
does the
corrects inability ts hold urine and scald- attention. work of the i";\\I %\ -
little
docl attracted
they no .
t'uliforniH. .
Ig pain in passing It. and overcomes that stomach, relaxing the U'V\, "' \\, JIano. Mich.. is a'jout to build a f-\MX>0 bite" RIbbon Kemeily writesVV or -v ; .'

ar.pleasant r.ecesity cf berg compelled ts The Culgoa carries a s'eam launchnot nervous tension, while f f1"' \'. X driving club: which when i-ompk-ted i CHOICEST drunkarJi.and Ibecurr& m '.

jo often during the day. and 13 get up mary unlike those of the fighting ma the Inflamed muscles .' \ \ will be modern in all part l'ulars. j In many casei tbn Kemidt "' ,.

t.rass during: the night. The mild ar.d the chines. As this launch came UI to and membranes of that :'\ "\II\I, L. 1'. iiss"H Suffolk! Conn., mecentJyiiurchnd -OF- er -tl>.While I cheerfully Ribbon Kenu rn'nidorte

extraordinary effect cf S-varrp-Root is soon are allowed to \ \ ", 'I
organ \\1 our rnlon HTH tl.Iig .ii ti
the and the "C"was of the I'oro farm.
landing capital
large City
realild.! It stands the highest for: its won- rest and heal. It cures I t\\ \ ; aural tr..alllll'nt toad '.-
oerf' cures cf the most distressing cases.S : discerned on her 1.10a great Indigestion. flatulence, ClevelauL tl.o trottiuj; mart' Kolo, by I r F'RUIT IND CONFECTIONER[ 1 1AT unce 'II ort."

S .:\:;:>- .ot pleasant to take and sold many nortons thought the cruiser Cin- palpitation of the heart 1\\ 1'atnin. lIam \VatiTiint'1.. liy Belmont DrusgUts or by'mail < i

_ ty druggists In f.fty-cer.t a:d or.e- ciiutu had run in. This cruiser has: by writing Mrs. A. M. Towns,
L tIcs.: You may f"JC all stomach troubles by _ Ly 1', iron Uiu Koivuina, by Cuu- r fop
of
.,. been '>cted to show tore during j years secretary a Woman tPlt.; ,
p\p up
bottle! cf I and
cleansing,
'- =ampla ..... ..._. purifying nuu.'ht.:: :
.:.derf J I nev cs- 'i 1-. -....II- .,. 1 a stay of tho squadron strengthening the glands, I P I C. APOSTLE'S ain Temperance Union 43 rr -j.j!
'. and book that "1' I of the i j I St Boston Mass f .
: a Aii offrcr of nigh rank said to a mer-traes atomfl j- How Io Mintage I.aml' \VIck. ,

) : a., about it, both n" IP' fsvamp-r.i><>t. Daily News reporter tin-: aft ru )on ach and digestive organs.KO1o1Dyspepia. If a lamp wick sticks or will not IntO'l j 11! East Gsrermiat St. hannah Bros.."1 11.: Paiaf -

,. !fr-s ty: mall. Aadre: :: Dr Khmer t C). l down draw ,
an< easily, one or i
up
that he the ordi! -
thought rs as d :le
'It -, e.4IewcTrR-
: t-nton. H. Y. When Tr :: 7 rrs.jai I two of the tlirt-atls from one pule. In Formerly Cordora Restaurant Blanc: I "'
: .: : tru: got.eT.t .Her i:. C:: p?er. I I jrapU"! !! row \\ashiton \vur.' m. eme c\tiuuishing the home of a lamp ncvI I i I rEHHYHBVfiLiin g

1..1 for 27 lnc- ad: Oae car-load: of Pineapples at 11.71 95, __ ., ..
Idl< May "i '>Of ... S irigi.I t
,. I) r.'t in'ik1 inv :n:=ta'i": but re- er t.I'J5t11liht down upon it, but to $2.00 dozen. I V !>.\n:. .. .

metivi the nun1, :w.iir.p Root. month earlier as indicated in th. ;..,:.!...\In I.., (:'lIicIIti.. 1 I.. ','...:. 'I

ti I Dr. KilnH r'd twainp Root, and the .1' ': He\ aid he had very b )011 Botties only. $I.CO Size fcoUire! 2'jtioes lunipJ far down. Again, when trimming O.A.9TOn.r..A.: f .-....."):: .'..1 .,...... 1 ,. ..,
trial ,which sells =-- -.b.
it.:: address JHcghauitou. N. Y., on reasons for saying io. but would not the size for 5Cc. the wick 1I.) not cut off: the \\'ntiniltr. 'rarithe Ite K 'A You toe Aiwrt &rIJ&utao / ::, .... ,'r : La
tmutt by C. Co LDeVITT CO.. CHICAGO. 1 rf >u. | 1...jS .-_ .
: boUle. .
cvi ry state upon what grounds he based the as it helps in reIi l1ting. Merely I \f fj ..1 "1.IIr'?, .
.. .' IJ..J.--/I.. 1 A.. I1 1.\1..1.1'' .",
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rub a cloth along it to reiuuvc any or '.(: I -r : i kiMICKE ,
reasons. ., .
I 1. .,11.... 1' '.,
loose !bits. /
The Culgoa; has not begun to discharge .I John ,
; Maritime.Arrived. Sheppard, Hargis' Pharmacy I - -

h<*r stipi'lies! jet, but it was Sidney Kahn. A Night Alarm. I

stated today that the Kcarsarge would
Worse than an alarm of fire at
be filled first and during that periodthe & CO.
The best pill 'neath the stars and ,
_ night Is the brassy cough of croup
flagship would be closed ta visit:
Cairncrag. Dr ss. 1931 Gibson, Vera stripes;

Cruz to Sutherland.Innis Co. ors. ,, Little Early Risers of worldly repute. which sounds liko the children's Plumber Gas and Steam
Se\oral marines and bluejackets engazed knell, and it means death unless Fitter
I Cleared. It cleanses the system and ne'ergrIpes. ,
in a bloody fight this morningon ; something is done quickly. Foley's ,

Ger. ss Uenobnla 910, Nagc-1, by Haylaa street and went to jail. A Honey and Tar never fails to give No. i South
t. W S. Keyser & Co. for Granemouth Ask for DeWitt's and take no Palafox Street
bluejacket was badly used up. Several instant relief, and quickly cures the
;I with 133,000( sft lumber, 7! 2.fiiM) sfl substitute.A All Kinda of Plumbing; and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on lIut
: have: been arrested and will bo worst forms of croup.! JIrs.P. L. Cor.
r4c sawn timber, valued ill JlS.Wti. small pill easy to buy, easy to take TELEPHONE 835 -.
prl N
.
AcOLA HA
dier
tried tomorrow. of Mannington, Ky., writes:
1t; Nor bk Clofsburn. Ssy>, Hubirt, by and easy to act, but never failing in .
.
"ily three old girl had
year a severe
W. S. Keyser & ('o. fur DIt'UO"rn's SOME PROMINENT results. DeWitt's Little Early His-
case of croup; the doctor said she
: with 6;I tfJUI) stt lumber valued ers arouse the secretions and act asa
at FLORIDIAN3 HERE. could cot live. I got a bottle of Fo rEf, SAMUEL CHARLES
!S.' ::,;. i tonic to the liver, curing permanent ,
I ley's Honey and Tar; the first dose 1.gle 1.." Ii
ttr ss lamma: hM)3): Berg byV. Several IlrOliupnt'Joritla pentlenii'ii Ir. Hargis Pharmacy, John ShepparJ, I
quick relief and saved: her life.
BOOT AND SHOE
; t L. U'ittich & Co. for (:arbton.i.s with are in the city today some on Sidney Kahn.MaltaVita MAKER
i Refuse substitutes. W. A. D'Alem-
I .'"i'HH. I 'tt : Un.berdluf business aid others
n wn at ou pleasure-
t I bertc 121:: S. Palafox: street 1 REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
1'..'MO.Ci I \ the nurnl Shredded Wheat Bis-
tuou; :er may be mention-
cults, and Force with Cream at Sol- I G.-;:;:::::: : jj Wholesale anti Retail Dealer in Shoe: .. L<.ather &; Kmdiu,
; 'r ss Sfcunda. 19. C'oriiL-Ufn, Nl Congre'' iuan"n. II l. nu\r, Hon. (

v,' I. \Vittich & Cu. for (;-noa \\ by'l Coorge; P Uai'ey of Tallahassee, State 'man's. !II II I !fp qin's, lie Best Jr 5c, 'IMIOM: :il!. (;o7 SOI'TII p.\i.uox STHItr.

.,t !I. .;' "ft sft sawn timber. I.'HMI Aitditcr Oils of Qiincy ]{.m. E. J. I

trt : vn timber valne l at $1T,13S: I II Truy of Tallahassee, Mr. Karl Fries iIer..iily.

;qt. I I Jacksonville, and Co!. \V. W. Flour pent Tht: aibuia ui.in tor.was !st.irlins out v.-itli his I[ BEST FOR THEBOWELS J. E. ])U] UISSOX % BllOTIIEKUIMU ,

VESSELS: I IN PORT.
i4 noy of IVFuinak.: His taie was full!! of f.lcom. : :
I T.Um.GOs.A n ISYIo.m.\cl.\ !STUM
*
The simultaneous presence of The flC.'ratI'I1Ittur \\i> full of baliy. ,

.{ .; Steamships.Culgoa. Messrs. Kaney and Triay here has The infai.t vas ill a good humor and 'I Dealers in

t Am. ss 217": Doyle, New given rise to a great deal: of speculation babbled audibly. If TOO Haven't a nenlir, healthy movement of thbow.la !
"iVs," said the father audibly, .. -ry tat, joii re ill urwiU I* g Choice Staple and Family Groceries '
York : : eht'r': <
to U. S. Navy. although neither of the gentlemen bowels''peu.and be Force.In the vio lOur
"there's an instance of heredity for knti'h V-ICITI-I.II ti tjn.H. d...>inrou<. The nmoottr ,
I.i. Duranso, Span ss, Quintaua 22D7: seems to attach any si nifir3nr(. I-.t.caiO. must |.f rf.i t..ay cl Leirar&Du lng Ihe boej Goods
f you. Ju>t exactly like your mother, nl- .. ileau u to take are Reeeivprj Fresh! Daily. They are too many to enuuirste<
t New Haven to Sutherland-Innes Co I to the! visit (.f his distinguished friend. 'I ways tlaniorius to '#> buy-buy' vvhon CANDY and Warranted to ba the Hut the Market Alford and can LIt

.4 Firth of Forth, Rr s.s, 11S3: Auditor Hllis is working on county you ou;:ht to kno\v tint jour father hbeels CATHARTIC Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given us During t' ,.

.I Providence to II. Itaars A: ColUr BradY'1 m-ords. clucl-ing up the accounts. over head in debt"-IJaltimore Holidays and will Deliver Free to any I'art of the City.

t ss (;anna. lOll); Berg S'):ne Ih.'opIH] are inclined to the be American. COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTEX nux.

.;; .' : to W. U Wittlch & Co. | lid that something of au in'eresting P.O. Box326.

%.i i: Ital ES \\\\i-\, 1S11! CaMroue, Nor I nature may dvrve'op! from his work. 'urkrr-What's In a Til. J. E. Dubuisson & Bra,
} wrong? You seem PHONE 66.
; folk to (.if! Transit Co. !L om.r.. II Lamar Is on pleasure worried.reetcT. -ET'/im.ily cioeoxMAvery' .

Bf 5* !'rmarl Hum, Cer ss, Mol'.er! 3S'1 I an l 15 in the nai'ds of his friends. $ -I am. I wrote two notes,

r't" GeorRo, to II. Iliars & Co j one to my brokf asking if he took meftr
I EAT 'EM LIKE CANDYl
i : ntlilu'ith. Ir! ss L'll'.t.: : Major. In-ton ]I Ely's Liquid Cream Balm is an oldtriton a fool and< the other to Mi-ss Guiding .lea.int. I'aHtnl.lc. I'.t.nt. T..-'. 0 "I. ""0"".xt
: kliiK IlI'r if she would Ill' mine. While N>.vrr ,.km.v.... .,'n. ( in form. It I is :
:. ;nlf! Transit ( 0. i iorb i a new : pronaredlor r'"r t 'z.. \rile Our Lire >diui I out "Yes," Ii i.iltli A.MrSTrltllMi <. 1'3'
was somebody toleiihoned
:'- : ir: j the particular benefit uf sufferers .
:. BS, Stnren'aen. 11 1S9, I itiI. fljy. rill)*(,O or IEW ill.E.
and I du.i't know vvhkh of :Vm it vsas.Au .
1 Kingston! to IJix M. Ilobinsnn j from nasal catarrh \\11:> are used! to \\<'rs. : KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEANGbfisThiesen SUCCKS&OK TO AVERY \ WIHIL"flLK.1 I

I .-'.'('un.t. CIT ss Correlsen 13tM:>. 1 atomizer in spraying the diseased
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
f I' 7 rica I1l'mhranl'11 the healing! and soothing
I, .1- St. Lucia toV.. L. Wittichiuni. More Riots.

:; :, '\ ',.' I i'!".'i>frties of Cream Balm are r.'- i i
: I Disturbances of strikers are not : HARDWARE.
J fi \ Span ss, Uuiz, US'I }, ?antia-1 t intin the new preparation. It
1 nearly as grave as an individual disorder
l" t t.) Julf Transit Co I dues not dry up the secretions. Price
t I of the system. Overwork, loss Iron, Nail, Axes Hhovr I- fSapplips < w :Milland tpamL ':1t
'1fi: \\ !'iheniina. I'.r ss, I s2. lione Tam- j including spraying tube, 73 cents. At .
Cooking and H.
of 'I Cloves Paint
sleep, nervous tension will be fol- Oils
pi:' '. to Rix: M. JVjbiflson. I your druggist's or Ely Brothers, :5tij COIIXEUINTENDEHCIAANDBAYLENSTS Window Gi.iaj. Gun, PiAsate -' t.II l"iIoing Tackle.
low- by utter collapse, unless a reliable -

%* Ships. j' Warren Street New York will mail remedy is immdiately employ ami Tinware and( II ) M'rlll'llishill ( oit.LCAOENS .

.f Carana: Ital fhlp.Co-Ia IhS 1 it. ed. There's nothing efficient ,
iJ Cape so to FOIl BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL C() Il'\XY-Q;

: Town to II. llaars: & Co. I VETERANS' DAY ATD'FUNIAK cure: disorders of the Liver or Kidneys One Block We-t; of 1'alafox. Revere Giant rftitchfd fliltiug, Xorthatnpton Emery

I r; Kin,;:) County, lr hill, 2'>01, Salter: SATURDAY. as Electric Bitters. It's a won KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OFi Wheel: Co. L tin d: Rind Powder Co., Jnhimon'g IvilominH -

I : Rio Jan< ir,) to order I dcrful tonic, and effective nervine Iron King and Buck Stoves and ItaugesVmn:
CHUPCo.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Ma
ury'd
Am shIp; Kennebeck 1'JIrt: :: :, I.iue, Toric>rrovv will be Veterans' Day at and the greatest all around medicine :, Made Railroad Colors. '

Boston to John A. Merrill i Co. the DeFumak Ch.iutau'iua and it iexported -. for run down systems. It dispels ] '

Indus, Ital rhip Oneta 1111, Marseilles that a large number of old Nervousness, Rheumatism and I' r PUREST[ I lI LIQUORS'ij i Masonic Temple, &J Pensacola Fla.

: ] to ]'.)SU5'l) ISros.OdJere I I Milliters will at tent< from 1'ensacola. Neuralgia and, expels Malaria germs. -

.f % Nor ship Sars, 13t>i>, Pur-j i leading in i special car at S a. ni Only DOc, and satisfaction guaran- ,

ban to F. O. Howe & Co I teed by W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist, I II TIME TABLE.
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volt
i i .; Saga, Nor ship, Hani. 122:! Montevideo AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT? 121 S. Talafox street.

.. 3 to master' 1 niis'ially a hacking cough and a I LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN .

hrr Barks. general feeling of weakness often A (iiiiiiwntrnl Cure Jot 1'Ufn Fiily OF UdDiI Use EFFECT DECKMBKR I. tM:
i I
leading to faial results after the patient I I -
4 Advokat Pchiander, Nor bk. Madsen Itrhlng, Blind, I'.leedine or Protruding ,I,
is supposed to have passed the New Orleans and Mobile.
Piles, Your drusglit will refund your I
danger point. Foley's Honey and FOR
,-, Algol Bay to order money U TA7.0 OINTMENT JHiU to cure

1 Aviemore. Nor blc, Hansen IOU: Tar is gnaranted to cure the "grippe you. : c'nts "o.G. !'Oc.... No.!.
No.1.
,
: III. Janeiro to order couch" and make you strong and Tile Sailor LaotaaoJ! 1:15: a nl m I 11:1.6 p I' Leave ._. P..naseoa _.ArrIYe 5aO a 1:00 No.1 No i/JO D.
) : or p
well; It never fails: to stop a coughif 3 the Sfsor 8:511) a 2:27 p m:1i2 a Lea",,_. 'lomMOII ..... Lea"e 2:1I.'i a 21 7:25 D
Ital bk Ani<'llin\, yJ, Maniace.: Marseilles taken in time. Take no substilutes. udgin's, $c. 11:00 a I::!2p / 2:& a b.-ave..-. Mobile ....._ 1\8 I2tn't ii-i5 II p 6A D p
.. :2p 7:110 a Lr-av" ...N.w OrJe.ni. Lu-ave
I ------ If:'" p 7: 5.
'Ii to H. H.ivs: & Cu. i -- ..::::..

Carlo I1, Ital bk, Boffe, 1C73, M'>ntevidoo I i Swedish Punch, Danish Aq-iaril, :> North.
I Hot Rolls. at S > lOc BUY THE
:_t' to orderGregoria. .m.. German Kummel and other bramls I

t ,!4 Ital bk, Olivari Sit Ten- I a doz., at Solomon's.Lumber. ,of imported Wines and Liquors. i iI | So. !. No. I. SO. I No I.
i1OSp m 12:15 p m LI'aYe.... acoIlLArrl1'e,
erilt to order I I 4OQ p m :{)) m
8U.01 8:51pm Arrl"e Moni4ohotery _t.o.ve
NKllE H<:re only you will find the N. C. 11:15a01 :e pDl
h1:5 s in PO'l
j \rrlvelS1rmlnlJ"m! _Lean
Lady Tenrhyn, Nor bk, Andersen, 8:3: a m ';05 p m
; thousand.
iJ :2x3 !;Cant ling. $3 per Dow en. Kentucky Whiskey, :24! years 1:05 p m I 8:10 a m Arrlt'ElSaib"IUe _L..a1'8 ..._...._ : ... .
h 77;?, Savannah to order I 3\3: scantling, ?C per thousand. 2:$) a m :13 a m Arrive .. .Lolllll1'lIle _vav" 1:15 p m I:4 I m
I old. ?::!Q ft in lI:5iam Arrive _..ClnctuoattLeav..
Other items in Call and 1lIlIpm:
Madonna: A& Pompeii. Ital bk. proportion. 1I:15pm
SEWINGMACHINEDo 7'fIam I'p m Arrl1' I.... .!'It.I.otllll.Leav" 1:15pm "
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( Sturle 701) Havana: to H. Baars & see us.M1mo. Valhalla Branch corner Garden
BEEKMAX LUMBER co. PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.No. .
Co. not lie depcivctlliy tho<:evertNe '\\'h.) fi-l. street and 10th avenue.

Mary A. Troup. Er bk, HIS, Walley, Ft; Par Wh.lcsale.: a ?i>0.t)0) fx.-v\Incj Machine fr No. t-Ually | So itop where time not shown No. J-Daily 'o. E-lt.iJ!

Santos to order.: Actortlin.,' io an Edinburgh pa- t ki.ts' }. Thi.skiniI tift mad.line call I MEN AND WOMEN.1! 11:55: p m 7:00 a m avel'@n..col"Arrln 10:50 p m -<:-ra por..
Lie
Imuirht from "
Holt Nor bk 1170. Cette > us or any of our VROs t.eflgrorunnainri 1-J:1& night 7:18 HQb"mla_ 10:117" ':104 I'
Torgensen, farmer tlrore fine bull witha
a a II
per, duiliM: froiujl->. to ?lS.\I\ ). I.I Mod.y di cIiirgeiinSixoim.titi ,, 12:20" T:11" Yoleitra II 10X6" i (:CI "
to Master. H'ruhbtail into the market recently G.rs.,4 irnltlioof or uicerItioO. u'is1JS9: : 1:09 N II _E cainbla_ 10:12" 6.M5tS ..
WE MAKE A VARIETY. .t..u1.t.,,. of mucous membrftDcf. ltIIo'i": 7:= Molat I. Ia I '
Thomas, Ital bk, LAuro, SOD, Nap'.cw and while he was gazing at THE NEW HOME I rn>.M_rwucto*. P&inIriu, and not _,{,,?. TII" N ___ Harp ___ II 10:3 10:21" 6.40 '
IS THE BEST. Is rHtt SCHtm-U.CO. gent or poiwnoui. 12:W 7:116" N _..._0'ltClty_ a' 10:15"
to master it reflectively a solemn friend approached. The Fml determine" th> J cicwri.o; $oId by Druggt.ta, 12:511": r3tl" U __ Milton II 10:10 II 6.6:11":I.J"
strength orweakness ( LA. or pint in 1:30 a m _... II N _Good I.
Schooners. "Ye'll hae to sell th' plun wrier JUnge. _.. II M"
:
of t-e\\ ins Maehiu-t. The .I by cspr a, rrep i(), fur 1:116" 8tl" N __. HoIU.._, ._ .4 1:36" .
.M"tO.
Pona Christina. Am sob 16;), Axel- beast wholesale," said he. Double Feed coinbim-d with otlut % $Ir. orbottlfil27i. 8.30 II Mllligaa.CreatTlBw.__ ,. IJO II 4.11"'

son Coatzacoa'.cos to order. The owruT came from his reverie strong points JII.Ik- the New nome Circular seat on rxtawt. 111II"1:00" 8:88"8.1\1" "II _.._D@uLand...?_ 'N 1:11" 4;id N
II
8.6 ltt"
Mabel lUrlinp, Br sch. Sweeting, "What for?" the l'cst fcevvitig Jiachiiie: to buy. 1:28 II II 1:18" SI Mo iv Head __ II 8:40 II 1:14":

Dunmoro Town to master \Vell," assured the solemn friend, Ufn'fnfnrriDPIII pou1ng.. th' .\.dif- ANTALM1DYThese 4'::08 13" i 1:86":" II II N _-UeKunlak_ Argyle Hprtniu_ "" T:44 8:18"" X 1.11":&1"
iii ii LAnof rt-nt *t 1 II
':40'
Governor Blake, Br sch, -, Grand nodding his head toward the scrubby IHHUIU1 UUlUUUillU1vwinejIilwe :oo" IIJO'iIT' ___Ponce_ dt Leon- 7:211" 1:11"
maauf f tureanJ prices before tiny Capsules _rc supenortI weitviiie__ a T:11" 1:5:1":
to Jno. A. Merritt & Co enJal arcauJacoe"and purd1..ln' 608 10:111' U __ CaryvllleHnnlfyT_ "
', Cayman, "nt c pursing I to Balaara-of'.Copaiba, 11.18" 111:30' .. -_ a. 7:11" 1.4K

his lips, "well, ye can't have him THE REW HOME SEWISC MACHINE CO. I Cirbcbi i _nd Injectw-s. (81'i 6.00 II II 10:47" aa _Chlpley ..... II Btr.1:1\1I". in 1:1. .II.
1:30 "
...Piso's Cure will cure your cough, relieve retailed."London Glbe.ltv.dgiv. OfUNGC. MtSS.S I They cure in 48 hours the roo", l1lIr"11:26" ia ____Cotton M rana
soreness of the lungs, and help l"nlonRq.X.Y,CblrnoIII.\tJmt.\., ;aIn :L ew't ithouL Inymn.u I 7110 a 11:46" .'a. .._.....Cypress_, 6:1 I" I n.4 I III
fct.LOt Da11asTex.an FniucUco 7:10" ll: f" __Grand __ Hioio
I,5t) ,C-l Ridge :J2' 11is
difficult breathing. 5, flit Best frr 5c. ,::ce-:" .flIp g! U I WGGISTt! r.oJ". l:0t noon _.._ Bneadi : I" I '
FOR SALE BY =- I 8:16' UU" ArnnBl1'IIf'1llcUol1Lu1'8 6:10 II I io*: "







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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 27. 1903


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OUTCROPPING EDWARD SHUTER. JIE CARE OF THE FEET. Doctors Extend-Time- fj ,". tU.t ij 1
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SKIN DISEASES CATARRH f ; 'e'Sf t; i
CLiAshNGIND .
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BAD BLOOD Some Interesting Reminiscences of : HEALING How to Keep Them In. a healthy \. \. ,. ... C I"f"
Condition.No '
.. the Famous Actor. CURB FOUtl ELySCATIIRRB i 11'1 f' "
t
.\nj while not always painful are aggravating beyond expression. With We are told in one of the garru- one can: be perfectly happy If the OWING TO THE LARGE NUMBER ..' "'1:. i1 f U

csce itions they are worse i n spring and summer when the system begins lous Looks of eighteenth century feet pain er are SOrtl'ith.r men nor WHO HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO 'ik\ (; : 1 ; r i R V

fc: the skint.jt,1woutan _ women houd! ever be conscious! : of the I ,,! ,
: d I suffered with Eczem of the hand memoirs that when Woodward and tact that they have feet, and constant SEE THE RED CROSS DOCTORS, ) ;tr I 4J H: ; r

iTt .:..;.."."" and rnakinjrthe off and face for over a year, was not only Garrick and Xed Shuter and old attention is necessary .to preserve orkeel THESE EMINENT GENTLEMEN ; i i-: II" Hi
tothrow and f\.ft ,.
fIra efT itS lightly, and 1 Pa'Jrful but very Tin- Parsons dined there 1yis CrcniB1m HAVE EXTENDED THE TIME 1L"\
that have silked to go out in the together was ) them in this healthy condition. ,
nS streets.annoTing .
te: P:' ) 1 tried at least a dozen "more hilarity, more quaist and Sasy and pleasant -c. Of course the chief thing is sloes. FOR THREE MONTHS TO ALL : '}j' ; V il-: l
and lalvia
.,.,.r.1:1l I a Then boils I:>and itoo until and became I read in very the much soaps discouraged comical development of character, :A nJurionsdruK.) use. Contains }-i'' These should not only be perfect fits, WHO CALL UPON THEM BEFORE r q.jl H-; ; t' j\1 !!'l..1. .

v.: te1., rashes I andkind performed through the paper use of of the S. 8.cures 8. I than e"crras seen exhibited on the It laqulckly AbsorbPS but fits that are easy comfortable. APRIL 21. f 1 { iH41 '
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; con- jpVV had little faith at first but determined COLD ''N HEAD Shoes are an expensive item, but it is .. : W ti
of stag-e. l
riti; InS every : I to give it a month's fair trial at l.a.t. I .' .; t .,. ilJ
e.:vjle 1 i make am pleased to state that I oon noticed a In Xed Shuter, as in most come- It pens and cleanses sue >>asal las'ageg better to economize In some other direction A Etafl ot eminent puysicians and fur- 'JI' .l V ._ ,f
&: ; light Allays Inflummution. Ccons from the ht'd ('ro..IlIt"dI..aIIDalitute fl'V if- ( ,
improvement sufficient lleiUs and 1'rotects and have a well made, properly f
to decider '
...'...:: appearance, and me to keep it up. After the use oiaix bottle my akin dians of any depth: there was p sub- the .Memljiane. Uesitorea the Sense of Tas-te formed boot. h \ve. at tae ur IH.UoJl..It.tlon of a large : 7 '>j'*: ;;. !..,.
was a. smooth and soft and Smell. number ol patient under their care In IbIS 44j : .jt '
andTttttr-the as a baby's. This was a Large Mze 50c. at iTufgisti or by \ {
&:n-ru ago and I have year vein of pathos even of cYIlici m. mall Trial To countrVthlablhbp.! a permanent t. i'
cf skin never had any trouble since.Vmlerash ; Size lOe by mat keep the feet in prime condition brancb'r' V
...".:n terrors MISS GENEVA BIGGS.ei Referring to his origin, which is ELY fiUOTIIKRS clean hose should: be worn each day the luEtltute in this city ai l'I' "

";;, ; Oak-. ;and Ivy', 216 So.7th St., Minneapolis, Minn. shrouded in mystery, he once said, -. .- --56 Warren Mrcet.New Yorlt. and the shoes changed as frequently I I West Chase Street. ; r t) t 11ti:. V .j".j"Oft ,I:.

j p ,n-h other skin troubles as usually remain quiet during cold weather, "I suppose}' I mutt have had parents, as time, money and circumstances! will The pmlDentlll'DtlemE'n have decided to : '4 L ti l i; i.
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l
J:: 'OUt afresh, to torment and distract by their fearful burning, itching but 1 never remember having BEET SUGAR.It permit says the New York Journal. give monthsimutediciueexeetedltoa1I their ner\ice* entirely free tor Invalid three l -f.\; "V 11 LtP,
tC:1
and stin ing'. A course of S. S. S. now will purify friends." The heavy shoes worn for walkimj! *ho call upou them for treatment f'1..1 t -., },'I
Was Born of Kranrr hoJ.tlo.Durio& : }
t should be taken off as soon as the
and eral enrich the blood, reinforce and tone up the pen- His contemporaries marveled at the AauolronlcVor.. houses entered. If it is necessary for BLtwecn Ntw; and April 21. 1J: )!I'[' : a'f ; ....'1 :' '
system and stimulate the .- .
sluggish circulation his keen understanding of characterand 'I
article of food not
Sugar as an was .
a man or woman to wear heavy: shoes ,
thus warding off the diseases to and These services consist not only of consultation TV I J }
common spring
The skin his irresistible humor, and one known to the aucleuts. Mankind has the !greater part of the time, then two ,nomination and adt ice,but aloOf ;, J1', 11 l 'I V .j"
with .
summer. blood to nourish J
good it I
l' .
verdict was to the effect that neitheron always exhibited the proatost fondness minT surgical operations. ,t : V "
three should be owned.
or even pairs ." V
and soft and free of all V i !
this
: smooth disfiguring eruptions. The object in pursuing coerceIs 't. V
Ie: c : book diseases of the skin the French nor on the English for sweets, and from the earliest times In this way the feet are kept from becoming to become rapidly ami personal); noquftinttd 1 f J. ![ V \. 1 11 V 4
% free on and write if
? :i fit Our us you desire stage could any one be found to the demand} was supplied by honey. tired. with the sick snda'tlcted.and! ( noth'rnncnditioncwilianychargsaliatever- : ;1.' I I ) 11 t
information. This f
will '
special cost j ,
advice or V
1:;.:.j any you nothing. whom he could be compare Dib- The royal psalmist! Il'tl1p honey and After the daily bath-and it is an excellent be made lor Mnvcervlfen rendered for three I I, 4.- V .1 ,.
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THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. din quaintly said: "His great faultwas the honeycomb as the highest standardof thing to have this warm, as far months to all rita who all call forms b..lortpr.1 of dt-t-u ::aril tst.Thedocum \ I,,;; 'V'i;I f V I :, V

indolence but eccentric material sweetness. A land flowing as the feet are concerned! is well to deformities and iiiaranlee cure In ev ry .i ; ..' '? '<
qualities 1
with milk and the ease Inpul'.l..nake.. At the first Inter- '. ;o .
-- -- -- -- honey was picture 1' I
- rub into the skin of the foot a small .
: :
will be Is ij' '
examination made and I
naturally Mew thorough
TAKE NOTICE.T I Fort r.arrancas: Fla., March 9, eccentric conduct. Thus accompaniedby drawn by the most :ancient poets to describe quantity of carbolated vaseline. TLh incurable you are frarkly! and kind IT told tj I '. .1 ,' .( ;V 4_ ,
we perceive an earthly paradNe.: l oman<4 of should be nibbed in hard and particular -i so; alsosd\'l! asaisst; speeding money torU'elesj l i, jd: V
i it concern: l1IJ-Sealed: proposals in triplicate, I treatment. ,1 f : I ..1 '
1. :n may in his actinic great inequalities .ij.: I
the last of the '
and subsequently
days republic, .
i attention! pai.l to the callous spots Male and female weakness catarrh and -u 1 ;
this date all Resolu. K\ill be received until 1 11 a. m. March but those of it that sterling dealnets aNo vancocel\ I. \ ,J' t Vture.goitr..czinccrandall fI
0- v -L after parts were ; of the time of the empire and to the toe joints. When there are catarrhal ; rnp- \). V

It' C.js: of Thinks: Excursions or I :28. l! oJ, for constructing live cisterns, were invaluably so." who were at the same time the most ban, calloused spots, these should lie I, rectum,are positive! cured dieaetof by their new the LV:t: 1';'': >j( !r.: j J ..

Ev Tients to whicn::; an admis. I I Fort Pickens, Fla. U. S. reserves fcLutiT: possessed' :great brilliance: ; luxurious epicures and the jrrcssest:: : rul'ocJ away: with a bit of pumicestone. I treatment.Their! cbif: as.ociRte snrpeon of the instNtut II'\.1. '', V' ,1",1!

: T-c.ed, and simi'ar notices: I right to reject or accept any or all of mini and hattil to be called upon I feeders toorld! ever knew andsIared This may be easily donehen > w'ill hem personal rliargeOtnctsNo. ,1.t;; .'. V 0I
s ; proposals; (,r any part: thereof. Information neither money nor exertion to they are softened by the warm water.Nc".tg I IllVe.t i li.c") office Hourst .r-j t: .: rI '
'
rued for at regular EdverTV : by c\ery company he sat with to Jo: it. ill, to T p. ui. .-und..vs 10 a. ni. to 1 p.ni. '.<.l1l, fJ' V t
o '
a. ? furnished] on application. Kn- Rvfiiro every tloli icy prvwiMe! for their! !! :Is better for enlarged inflamed I ':

t I ,elopes containing proposals shouldbe some bit of clowning. Upon one occasion tables had no know !liilsi;: > of Iouar, but joints than to paint thorn daily :, ".jV:{ I Ii.PAFiKFIS r ".t' ,

marked "Proposals for Cisterns," of this kind he assumed an robbed the bees to obt.iin sweets (orJtir with iodine.! In a short time they will I'} ;; 1 I' .
addre-sed\ II COLE. Q. M. air of and f: : "
'I' preternatural gravity famous honey cakes and other become normal I and nt tural. Weekly V : V ; .
T e News' WANT COLUMN. I March IT, IS, 19: :20! :2C! 27.! : HAIR BALSAM V
tcaMa"tlrcflle.l to ,holIP before confectionery. attention should: a No be given to the a.d Inntic* tltv Lft .. ;" j jV 1 ,,

- .- -- his ho-t's pwtK:; After the $ugar was male in India and Arabia nails. These should! never be permittedto / N ver aja! t.He i'are Oriy1U wj j j.
:r to ioutUful Color. l ,
inc.sl: 1 \\i::our oLe of the company in tlit earl.est: times, but it was not e ti'llllm' osd the length of the U u- Cum *" P rt > & bi r It.ji ,,1' rL.t i I I
':ahve B rcmO S" ml* > I> | > ; k:
f.___ __ Q-- 71 on every who could not bear longer; to be deprived brought into Europe until the Invasions I .' i !: VivVii t
i
c. ,aCciiinCneDayCrip: in :; tlays : ,'7VJ'ms box. 25c of the free performance he of the Moh.iinr.i'tlr.ns: into the I Ii' ; ,. '

,----- V -- -- --- -- anticipated said, "Ciinc, Mr. Slmtcr countries sea, in the around ei.toenth the: Mediterranean century. The J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT. : I't f': f
when\ do you intend to Lcjjin to L, V
Moors cult7.i'.ed! the cane: In the c ua- '

D. HALE WILSON Iccoj'i"sl'f! ; I trio* of i.jil'i[; Africa, and they intro. VAN PELT BROTHERS :r : ', >' )
"' fit :
"C..J :. anivrcrid the actor ,
'i lured i it intn !Spain. Vie! Spaniards V

"1 forgot; my fool's drc-s! However I about 15Hi;; pluntttl sugar caues in their t V

I'll go arid fetch it if you Mill be \\Vit Indian i '':'.e.i.iti.s, whence it : 'H > '

Real Estate and Rental Agent, my The Fub-titute guest:: accepted"this until my return.rebuff" as I into spread' the through I'rench ]>ro\I'allishuH'r lace of Louisiana.l'a and STAPLE Ap fAflGY GROCERS. ; j i :, *, '


and I The cane was the original;: source of i t
delicious ;
chuckling i
a pleasantry I :
13'-2 :'outh l alUoStreet .
Kur.r.: and so riuialned up to the time FRESH LINES OF DELICACIES RECEIVED DAILY AND DELIVER V
heartily, promL-ed' to do so. Shuterpickt'l '
TELEPHONE IO. 243. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA: of Napoleonic wars In Hurcpe. The ANY PART OF THE CIT (. I f i ,\II R ;I'
his hat and cane and ...
up ports of Trance were t I V \ V ....' 10 .
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went .v.v.ty-to return 110 more.- by the British fleets that it was Have Added to Stock a Complete Assortment of Anti-Rust Tinware. Positively J 1'H"' i f. V '

Classified Advertisements. Chicago Kccord-llerald. I Impossible to secure sugar: from any Gjaranteed: Nct to Rust. This is Something that Housekeep- V 1.j J 3 : ; : 1

tropical countries, and Nnpol<>oii as- ers have not had the Opportunity to Purchase Before. : ,1 >) 4VV "" ;

_______ n_ Bears Like Turtle Eggs. I senibliil tl.e cheniKts: in Trance and V : A
In the spring: the female commissioned them to discover some [l. ,;
ONE CENT A WORD. locr-I PELT BROTHERS
VAN
n.eans (if making;: stisar out of material t .
head ashore and
comes te
.. op ,r..1 U'UUU .I.... 41 OU tS.flfl' "'UU".1.ifl. .n'.. .10""..- CIflTh...u .h"......... L ?' .. ,",- .
-- pit with her hind legs in the sand .
;
i I LOST-IJIack: and tan dos, answers to 011 the south s-idc of a shoal.rl.1iVfl ;offering large: reward This! preoeMlii TELEP1-IONENO.231: ..< t
MONEY TO LOAN j name of (Charlie). Scar on left hindquarter in [ ; reMilt"d! in the: production of suisit .I,. "
I II she lays from 150; I to tl!'JI)U eggs: I from the bovt.-New reward if returned to res hole and them V\ H.i
the) covers
up again Doors and & ,
0 I V .' rVaotlabe! terms and I idence of U \Williams, 227 North with the t-and. lea\ing them to be! I' A Killinc Joke."Onr J; \ t' :
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' : \"\'. HULLARD, I Iiajlen street. hatched by the heat of the I liiitcher! has mom cutor.e i\\\ \ i. I J

V .' V'',ifox: TpStiurj \l l-tf.:: Hears: arc ever so fond of lln'l tl)"Ml j 1." :-ltl tlppl.V" I Window! Screens f.''f '

j \ \ =.)\, ?.Iana '
I
iI -C.I\! ::\1,:, V flr ; I JL\\'gYOU'J'HOlfUHl'CJt' : if'.h : :
the ne-ts whtre\er lind \ $ 1'1:
I .. .. ., .,. .. ., they can P t :
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HOHEYTOLOAH.hordes \L\XTCD-Goo.l nurse Immediately them, :gobbling! amazing qunntitie;*. ; II : THE: PRorW.JTIOXXD ,r

I have known thirteen C oIIOhr1I1A.JI.OhD? I t J :
at ;SOI: West Chase. mlCtf.WANTKI 113 many as i :.--<\ : (
o I 'V -. \vaou nests; to 1 lit- rubbed by single.! bearin i > f- .

ti. V V .1 j othEr kin1s of ) YOU(t MEN from one niirht.; As soon as they are 1 ." f 41 ; ; ; Get Prices NOTTII. .
.1 : V V. ttiiiner.ri- o t I.l.-/
I liateln'il] tse! scuttle into \ .r'P ::- ...-<: .' 1 .
\ V V 'I'"c !guarunti-ed. Eaeainhi Ucunty at once to pre- younc ones! \[ t : "' )\ ; & "
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:' :>t. A. A. Kiiher.2m pare for PO-UUHH in the Qv=ru. the v.itr. ('rabs! t C.she and shellfih :- 1 1torto il( .::' -F. ;: :.Ii./', II.IJ G, D DcSfln'I C ) ,

tf tn'Jut.r'icu.: Apply toInterState fortr'liv.te! to the diet of these t l \ :
: t'orres. Int, (bcr ....r.-) ; : .
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.; -.. L'chsnjro.! I __ : ,
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>!..i\i! \ ,I"i \X-\V. H. Meri- Cedar Rtpid11.: I V J' Te1oi1io iiThE 1 1" h

I\ V I I. i V' AIllt.141111"\' to d.i w 1 in_ .. IDeS t:: timn I ,'' : ;. J'I' ;
i i.' - -- Cut mill 11r1c41. f .
V V&V V ti!'; > rate of iltt rf''t ) '
'Ii i i I. i n-r.y.! dflice 112 ani \VAXTKU-All, of empt beer Goomtliir.g I have win.othint: to say V ..... .1 f "f. L.

I' < V V I r !1.1 '"II'-treet.. b'tHe h. A. Friedman. n'J-tl) to you ai xni as your fitlu rotiros.MKs I : j' ts ( '
DtI
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f PA Laundry
-- -- I'orty-llt w stimuli' you are, CI" h1: 1 cs c r !.-I, t
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:11./\1>: \ lo I I.I'XH: \\\XTLH-\ll'Il: to learn barber h .. ,
on unproved 't .
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late on C i. ij _
.. _' lot1. Papatap'11 up tonight; j jpnq r.-3 w I' ',
r t > in Ill'; .!" cr swill ride. olfer for short time. .
Special ,
><>'- to give U3 his blesslng.Xcw.York Busiest Best I ,
V Biggest H.; : "
V .t i"w rat: ; ,.r interest.I I '
Tools tuition, board\ and Saturday Herald. .
i ..1K. Iii osk. attorney
V "V t f :>. i'.ihfox f
1, : :illllruMI I Particulars mailed ftee. MoIcr For Over !Six'j Veara. I AND: '1'..}:".. : t ij.
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\ r. y IO-I\Y-Io nerd College, New Orleans, La. tRS. WISSLOW'S SOOTH INS HYRCP b.u I REAL ESTATE, { k I .1" ;-' I. i ,I
you ;
LV "V \ "ii can borrow any m21l.t.XICKLV; been used for over sixty years by niillloueul i No.I South Palafox S-rcct. They Speakfor I ;. 11V .m:I. t
mothers for their children while teething .
4V easiest I
V : "II w nit today on II ; .
t ,I Inw-t I furni"heil rooms with bath 1 with perfect snccess. It soothes the child. '

.' '.: .1',., "ii: !miproveil: rates anywhere city rfil 1 ?1.GO and ?2.00 week; with good soltens the gamsa'lays! allpnincures win*: I I'artiai: list: of dwellings for rent in Twelves 1 i ,- ij I f' V.4: t',

., "' \\ 111.1'1.IIt.r. 2o4>8 :S. board $:;.Ut) week; central location I., colic, and Is the brit remedy for IMarrhoes im.I I various parts of th city: ()[ \ J : .4''
t' It will relieve the poor little sufferer : .
\ !! .t, llltlIf $.W -Corner Baylcn and Cervantes '
2G(; South Spring street betweenVcat ., .
mediately. Sold by Druggists ver.7 part I
I Ic.f street. 2 story modern duelling We let the Shirt Collars : i '
I YOI>l \ Uoniana and Garden streets. the 'orld. Twenty-five cents a bottleBe V .'"t
.' w lilt to !burrow money, in- lure aik forMMrb.Vlnfilow'aBooliand I with 9 rooms. an l Cuffs we Launder peak for V'.: I I
1 : Traubcient solicited. ml:) 1 you
V' v in-iire your propertyr m. '.
ili'tr.ers' of title, buy or ng-iyruD. t".ke no other kind. J23: .Nonh Barcelona street :2! story thfrnflveThey will tilk lojdrvl.a : t: :V J'' V
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"i i-:,re. rent property of 1'Olt HAl .l';. -- dwelling with 12:! rooms. .\11mnlI'rn vre cm. \Ve want to bojaled l jt .

a i .t'fl i have rents col- -.- ------.- -- .-..............- CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR I convenience! bath on I noieoy tht work we do than by ;I[j i qi! ., I.

:V "ar taxes attended to, THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED what l' )
.,, FOR to'ALE-1'he most desirable upper floors corner lot nice we say. ,
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i !Mn. Tho. Watson I ;
*: !. >'! K-1.1114: and InsuranceA lots in the city on eay term*, by ROOM, AT MARSTON & QUINA'S. !I II II yard and shrubbery; stables: V : I l".l: J. ..
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the Fi-ht-r Real: Ertate Atrency.2J41 I : t"\ )V 4tI 4t-
V' i.- ictna, Fla. Charges outhouses, etc. fl.
: .' V in fvrvoiie who buy ', S.mth I'alafox. ISiltnFOU ?I in$ .-Coiner Itayleu anti Cevaate 1 ALL WOhK C. 0. D. GS5-lS Ci11; fIr and DfeSl FfC5 ''', > k :; I f j jT..HO'.T

V n- WH will Ipn1' money :
V "l'niKlahou-. M-tf SALE CllllVr.: -Roll top! desk dwelling with S rooms. I 11 't. 27 GARDEN ST.WALKER :. j r;
:
V new. Leslie 1' Brooks 1'isher ItuildiiiL' t / \ 9I $i.:;.North Palafox street; a nice one' .a!" J.- : t. fi.:
23ml;; I I i ( V t
STOLEN. m. story\ modem] dwelling. with INGRAHAM Manager. It :
I jr. h } : f
hard wood iloirs all modern ..
iV I FOR SALE, at a bargain-The three .. _._ .... II.
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: and white pointer; com'enif! nces.i23'i < .- =-_---=.:..-- ==-"!!"! V \ '" 4'
V V, Answers room house, new, and lot 43;; feet : t t'
IsmI1ils| ; $ : .-:lift Vest Gregory street :2 '. Q :
:
V : :My name on collar. I front by 14; toot G j inches deep located ...aiJ ii \ \ .Vj34 : i

.M 1 persons are v.arn: I at southeast comer Gregory: I S. story dwelling with 7 room 9 111 ROYAL STANDARD i \:VHiSJEY) { 1'.f.r t f ,

....... : S20-211i: < : < North Barcelona stre. i Jj
1 t: 'i. 'ring her. Kew arJi and. "11" street. Enquire on premises. -i - IJ 8 : I ft4g

: i >r return' of ilog and 12::_' D street.iii1w j story dwelling with S rooms Yms Old, in Cass cf f 4 Full Quarts, at $3.29 per can 4Vj: t' .*k..'ij:, ft*,' 4 4lriJ t
: I EASTER EGG | ?1 15.--il: :; West Garden Hreet: ; 5 room 'f ; tl .
1 ; .
: d! rd l for cviJenee.vet :: ; 1 ''' 'rrII !
r.'W '
; 1'
- --- .............. -,.,-. ...- cottage.! ''1 }
; thief. ;; < distilled! at the Nelson Co. ; : ,tl Y'UI : ;
;;. :313: North Spring street : t; room THIVIfIKE'i .
$15 -
J tun '''II1II nll. (>_ I i is fully matured in wood t
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: 1I.I.IXKIlt: : FOrr.F.: :: !p, J V
-- .OVES. 1101156 with gas water itol2.9.4lT ttfore bottling it is, ab-flnttly pure and not ex .:, !i : t .il '1

I '01 U. BOARDING HOUSE at Wneelerhprinjrs \ .. .. $ : ;; East Gregory s-tre.-t t Groom celled in quality by any Whiskey e.f the same age J.' i '::1' :! j
Mary E-ther" Fla.. \tr.: no matter where produced. The Royal Standard f.4.V3 t. ip

r ', \ i.;'...eh! of IZo'r;;: Condua, pri-prietrti All the :2 story dwelling. I -ipbt )'- ars old! whpn b.-.ulfod, and, considering JoX'f'. _; .v?

V -..Hi,' liy calling at this: c-'tnfort' of home at very reasonable $12.30.:! : -Sue' Last Gadsden: stre">t :3 us xe -lV-t.t qualitr, is the cheapest whiskey ID j *-. ; \
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V .J.Mm; and rates. Northern touri-t* will room cottage. I :IC market at that jnce.. As a bHHag-e, and aa .f}:, : ljV: r -
property ]pay-
I find! this an ideal place ta pnid a (4 I stimulant, there i is none better .. '. :
i I.'.11\<'. MTtfl e $11,-Cll East Belmont stree' 3; room au ab-olutely pure 1\1
p'irtiou of the -eason. l2nlmn1tE3IAL. marks whatever t'l:
-- --- Shipped in cases contucitisf no to t r, ;
V, \>r imtiit.Fu 1 'Ottage. p indicate' eo",,"" '. If purchaser, upon examining 4 J' 'rl :

: j 1.1 ; I .. fll.-7" ) Cast Belmont street, 3; the whi-key, I is, not ali-flfod with the quality he J'j j :J, '. V
NI'-Inoporahoubujjld. All the best. No trouble to use. tho our and .. 'i. 'ff' :
: return same a.
rooms. can expense money
; -Tutinj iloor amid\ B. L. DIAMOND the tailor, ha
one store i ; removed -
lif
:! ,' Give beautiful effect. .Delight the will l be refunded. i: ; H' :
: ""ii -
... I opposite Express office, little ones oc.m CnTt1VO. _h_All.order*_:should, b accompanied. ->by..eithfr i ,r: : ") t! I ;t
-- ""*- *" uu y"* | VcV; 1Iu TLA5 VI.i V currPtJcy, posioircc umueyorutr, oasis urait cr el-: : V -
where he'I is prepared clean, repair 5c-WORTH-5c I I ; I' .jJ f '.
hAiR in.-Corner Baylcn and Cervantesstreets 7'-l. pre- money order We refer to First; National ;
(i)1)4.3rR and ladies' 9ci
and ''ntle- I
press s will Dye all you want, and produce I Bark or merchant in Pecsacola. ,
J ar./
mpn t.i1or uudes'i'ts. 16j3nc I 4 room cottage.! I E.A ? $
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: -\I .\H HKIUNK-Manufdc- hundreds of shades.
V Jl".-135: Cast Chase street. 5 room

Wr'r: .. ..'r,ct.;l U deiler: Article in Hai'Hair Oo)Oil ds: lUbl(' llaneoim.South Too, we have Easter Cards, Easter I cottage. I : : S. A. FRIEDMAN, I

Books and
,
\\' j' (Jovernment s-tr"pt, \LFIAS.. umbrell maker, 315 Booklets. Bibles Prayer f !fl.-:yio cast LaRua street 4 room 2.

Pal-ifox street. Re-cover- many Easter Novelties.! Drop in.BOOKSELLER cottasre. 1w"I SOLE: P orRIETOR. PENSACOLA FLA. : '

LOST., .. .. lug and repairmcof umbrella and -- -- ---- A large hat of smaller dwe"'n: a: '
],I 11..1 I paraols!: a specialty Silk cover: J' n. COX 41H. TFO-KI'IIONE Hhindle : rj
-eanvased-hacke.1! well! as; a number of stores a1 (1 c J i-isI; :i'1 ____
ahvijson hani. j-m3 GOE
V M.
1 It > '1.. I J.
V ,.. ", wrltt-u con'slnmjr indelible i-iin< 'i---- Sees for rent. I ITllOS. o..__..._.____ V 1..rVd _
ia
.. Dresses made from $l.5) up. Other WATSON & CO.. I ILea j.APREflMA'... --. j _
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Inward frt.t' reV AND STATIONER -- fV'.I every class of Liquors sold, in 4j i4 _
". >* "tinIt.. K. or E. sewing as reasonable, :26! South' ing-. Real Estate. Rental and bulk -->r bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices that I I

"f J. K. CenH'n: :\ o. Spring between West Romana: and 203 South Pahfox: Street, Insurance: Agents, 1 South Palafox '. are way down. '!

V rirr. ;oaa. 24f-tf Garden streets. ml9-1n PENSACOLA, Fla. street. 1 I! % V _V AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PA3ST BEERJ4 V : VtVt f : V


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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA, FLORIBA FRIDAY, MARCH 2T. 1808

I

A WORD WITH THEHOUSEKEEPERS. agent of the L. & N. railroad, who FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.

with Mrs. Shepard and Mrs. Forbesare ---"
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enjoying the attractions at DeFu-

As nearly as every one knows Baking niak today.
Powder is substance aped for aerating bread
a
making of the it rixbt rine. matonalg If Baking,carefully Powder blended la composed Lieut. R. Spencer Douglas gave a ................ ................! *1.$2.00.For .*

together in exact: rrojx.nlous. it remsius in perfect delightful dinner last night aboard the
condition lung as it Is kept away" from air 111y \11yf41U t
and muioture. A_*.rm as water added to Baking Alabama to Mrs. Hazzard and the :. )
@) .@
1'0wd"rtbedJrr"reot chemical aloure begin 0 .. ..
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to art upon east other and In w> dome lilxrategait Misses Thompson. ; -;' "/fttU !
..-bl<'b. in e"-a.lol, raw the bread and
raakei It jiorous. The value of Baking PowderdrI'wI a Ladies' Patent Leather
upon [beams.untofgaattwillgenerate. Mr. E. J. Triay a prominent citizenof i ii
"UdOU fl'will: gAI1"r..t the largestamount
of gas(l6j"r l'1'DL) and, therefore requires Jacksonville spent yesterday in the .

I to the quart only one of flour.l'\ulld" t6&11poonfuillf 1'owUer city. New Orleans Grocery, i OXFORD,


I Richmond Virginia. The Ladies Euchre club met last with Cuban Military or French heel
t ,
I Tuesday with Miss Goldring and were it JAMES McHUGH, Prop. : ,

:.........N..N... ; .; delightfully entertained. The 'first made on this Season's NEWEST LAST

.i prize was won by Mrs. Rosenau, asilver

hon bon dish. Mrs. Sol Cahn ROASTEDCOFFEES I
\ SOCIAL ECHOES \ won the second a silver bon bon NEVER MIND 4 4 L'lWhat's

spoon. The guests' prize, a fancy collar -. AaD+-

I NDYING.Passiag was captured by Miss Meta Rose- I their roal

nau. The club meets with Mrs. Lep lJ BLENDED TEAS lJ I worth, all

" out of the thailow Meyer at her residence on Spring we ask is for you to call and be your own judge.
street Tuesday afternoon.
Jn o the pure light. i OUR SPECIALTIES. We think you will buy a pair for
behind the curtain I
Stepping _
J Married-On the 18th of March,
Getting a clearer sight 19ir}, at the residence of Mr. and ; J> }
Laying aside the hurt>n.f CUJ a.DOANY
y Mrs. Jacob Eiseman onlerrttt's I $
!
This mortal coil
f weary Ave., Atlanta, Ga.. Mr. Henry Horsier ; TJ S
Done with the world's vexations. UJo a
of Pensacola, and Miss Lizzie Marks !15
Done with its tears and toil. i
of Atlanta. This charming couple C3m SIZE YOU WANT
Tired of all earths playthings. friends at home and : _J: o .
have
Heartsick: and ready to sleep, many I CO ....... ......... --'"' f
to them their
abroad who extend
Heady to hid our friends farewell Ulz rr -fI +
;
congratulations; and best wishes.Dr.
3y.i Wondering why they weep a I
: MEYER SHOE CO.
A it; P.I-MK i :; out of the shadow, M.V.. Nesmith and Mrs. Nes- UJH 1
z
In Inia eternal day- mith, who have been spending sometime I t a :

,t+I Why; doe tall it djins, in the city with relatives, will : Ull u _+ m Feet Furnishers for Cash Only. /

1 This !sweet passing away ]('a'eIon.lay for their home at 0f :

\Vaukon. Iswa. They are the parentsof i liCS TIP I 1
102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. +
',i Miss Lucy Whaley is visiting her Mrs. Thos. F. McGourin of this + f0

1ll brother Arthur in Atlanta. city, with whom they have been so COQ t I 3Z --. t
i e i
journing.Mr. m +
Mrs. W. D. Wright is expecting her -'

friend Mrs. Parker of Mobile to visit and Mrs. William Cooper from !; -J =i THE NEW STORE. !

her next week.: Mrs. Parker will arrive Shellyville, Tenu., arrived yesterday _J O

41 Monday afternoon. She will be for a short stay. i < Z I
*t>>N M'* >UM'W*> -
remembered as a charming guest here
at the Alabama reception. Mr. Abe Mayer and wife, registering ; & WHITE GOODS. &
-- from Fort Smith, Ark., are autographed I HIGH GRADE GROCERIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL i iI t t
50 Pieces MERCERIZED PIQUES OXFORDS, MADRAS AND SUBLIME\; ,
,, '. t The ladies of Christ's Church Guild, at Capt. Kryger's hostler ",.",. Feed Stuffs of All Kinds. ",. t Just Received. 1
hope that their friends will remember They are on pleasure bent.
today. I
I i 500 Yards SHORT END WHITE MADRAS, MONDAY, Special per yard
to call them at Sol I Cahn's
;'1i"i 1 on grocery PHONE 105. .. .....". .. .. 15 cents
qi! Saturday from 1: to 6 p. m., when Humors of all kinds are prolific f i. ; I

i: they will have for sale home made worse troubles. They may be entirely ........N.... .es.... .NNN -K NEW WOOLEN FABRICS.
1 $ .
I b i delicacies and substantial edibles expelled by a thorough _- _n, ______ __ I
! of Hood's Sarsaparilla.!
course
,! 1f rl also. ss MISTRALS, ETTAMINES VOILES ALBATROSS, black and lending eel. I

! ors, per yard..43 cents to $1.

; ll f ll h hiss Williams, Miss Hishby and THE CRIMINAL WOOL CREPE DE CHINE black and color, per yard. 93 cent

t >\ Miss .\n"t .II, charming wKiely belles SPRING ANNOUNOEMENT

t q: 4'. of Mobile, with Mrs. Moore chaperon- I & MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. $

: ing them are here for a few days stop-
"Ih'' Our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT is in charge of Mil Lucy PoynUr.
!.1
pins at Winter Jle&t.Limit. COURTJODAY
I' .!. WE ARE NOW READY WITH who will be pleased to show the ladies the newest things in headgear.

R. ilo entertains at a OUR NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
} MinmuT
f\f1. I & Domestic Department. $
,. limn tx>ui.dit, coniplimruiary to Mrs. INFORMATION FILED AGAINST STOCK OF MEN'S BOYS' AND

. ; t{ Keyser. CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, HATS, CONQUEROR BLACK COTTON, Something New, Special, 11 yard for$'.
s GEORGE GRAY. BLACK CHARGING
---- SHOES AND GENTS' FURNISH. Best grades SEA;: ISLAND COTTON and BLACK COTTON at 5 cents w

1 p; Mr.' and I Mrs, \\', o, Shfjnnl arc en- GRAND LARCENY. INGS. THE LARGEST HANDSOMEST yard.

h:. Urtainin their niece Miss Shepard of AND MOST COMPLETE IN

,n Montgomery, the only daughter; of WEST FLORIDA.WE .f., Boys' and Gents' Department. 4

j Mr. I"'. ('. Shepard, general freight first business in the criminal
1 l1 1 The HAVE BEEN SEARCHING 100 No-Name HATS $3 quality, each, . .. ... ., . .. '1.93

b j1 court today was the filing of an infor- THE MARKETS FOR GOODS TO Two Lots of SHIRTS, $1 value, each. . . .. . .. . . 75 cents

L, WON A BEAU I nation by the solicitor against Ceo.Iray PLEASE ALL, AND WE ARE UNION-MADE OVERALLS, per suit. . . ... . . . $hr0

---- : colored charging him with PROUD OF THE FRUITS OF OUR WOOLEN CRASHES and FLANNELS, the best line In the city from |i.OO
1 fl rand laneny. Gray was arrested
Plumped up and was Advanced $10 ; EFFORTS. YOU WILL FIND HERE to '1Z, . . .
6 Ei ievcral days ago by Deputy Marshal GOODS AS GOOD AS MONEY CAN
i ,: per Month. ,Sanders for stealing packs from the -
BUY AND THE BEST PRODUC-
t : Not every one has tin sound. SNIP ;iarfielil] Ice \Vorl\s and selling them =
TIONS OF THE FOREMOST MAKES
I I,4:' 1" ly ptrcns'h of character to tell thejhonvht t<> the firm again lie pleated guilt OF CLOTHING, SUCH AS HART, GRAY GOODMAN & RADER.Our

' r truth almut ilicmsi-IVM. The o the
+ 1 flowing was written by a la.ly who thought will enter a like plea be ,
HEIMER FISHEL CO., AND SAMUEL
' L ills litTM'lf! an "old maid" and the I'ore Judge lieges when his case Is' W. PECK & CO.

bb\ ay coffee tnattil her is certainty ('ailed. C

1 lll f resting.She All tl.e forenoon session today has FOOTWEAR HANAN, DOUG.
J'
j : says "I 1 was a coffee driii\er! I I I't een taken up in the ease of Prince .\. LASS AND CROSSETT.

: and! gradually became more anl more ]i .lorris. colored] charged with petty'' SHIRTS-MANHATTAN, ECLIPSE

4 i! irritable! and nervous in lilt .ic-hfl'JI'1 h hi .irceii>, it being claimed that he stole AND ANCHOR BRAND.

i ((hIm. My 'ODllirxlllll was sallow I! :, lot of Hour and meat from tin HATS-DUNLAP, STETSON AND YOUNG BROTHERS. .

I. and niekly. lull as 1 look back now 1 1 holt-sale establishment? of A. Green COLLARS AND CUFFS-CORLISS, COON & CO.. AND
J Know 1 developed' into a very U1'oI'1I.1' ; months Apeeial
fi t lilt H ( 0 several ago. EARL & WILSON.OVERALLSH. line of
'' I lar and disagreeable person. lii_ fact j !; u-nire was called for this S. PETERS' FAMOUS UNION MADE. Warm Alpaca,

't't'' 1 !11,1: ] Hull jrosjieot of keoiiiu? tayjIi'jsni'.n i ('ase.c jury now being conipmod of Weather .i:] .. Serge

\ List year. Xot only that hut j jI : ]I., ,Anderson! ; C. 11. ))'Jrr, Frank Clothing Ns ; and
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f i failed to pass the required evami- i! ]!L ra. Jake liieb'glnuser, D. W Keil- WE WILL NOT TALK PRICES NOW.ALL is now -t;.-

l nations. Thi latter fact aroiise.1 r.u-i I; ]iy aim I''. n. Craw nor. Morris is rely Sicilianready.

, I (11 to he l Knowledge: that ('lIlTpwas: ': I IE esi-ntvd! by llins. C. II. Laney and WE ASK IS A FAVOR AND THAT IS THAT YOU WILL Coats

: I di-adniins; my brain and slowly desirojinK : I IL le.irc \Ventworth, who are giving' CALL UPON US AND BE CONVINCED AS TO WHAT WE An

ffi memory and reason. 'o.tnty Solicitor; Parkhill a hard fight. SAY EVEN IF YOU DO NOT BUY. Assortment and

: My I Sibter had l nit the UM of oof- Vests.Styles.
I
and adopted Possum :MPORTANT MEETINGTO consistingof
tee in her ,mUy ]

' and hail, I)' ''n soon-;!) urging that Ito 1 III BE HELD TONIGHT. JOHN WHITE

I likewise \One 'day I started in j Crash, Correct,
'I .t \n important meeting of the base- Linen,
that was a )d letter day with me" Quality
I" committee will be held at thu7ham PHONE 205.207 S. Palafox St. Flannel
I 1 bean slot-pint; sound at ni;-lit in.i mil 225. aSS
} I \ hall tonight and andPrices
of Commerce
of awake half the time >er
: stead laying
:'1 (: fromnervousnes I iud it is strongly] urged that a bisepresentatitin HomeSpun JJ
;'1. M and the change in my feelings -'-
be made in order that ;;
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anti irritability to comfort -- --------- --
_ ,;1,11) AlwaysTrousers. ,
held will be Coats and
I I peace and l content cannot be thl? encouragement now DESPERATE PRISONER CANDIDATE FOR I
. H' Right.
f told in words. really furthered.At FOUGHT HIS CAPTORS. MARSHALSHIP FINED.
I. I broken-1'I tonight's meeting a committee
': .l 1 had been a trembling, :
. confer with out-of-- I Overjoyed<< at his chances of
se'.K-ted! to successin
will be
down, nervous and 1 felt an ugly Milton Drown, a yellow negro, was
who have ar the impending municipal fight,
I a
51"'ll.1 representatives
I old mail, but after my restful own taken in charge by Constable Slocumb s
I I II' meeting at Hotel Escaraia popular candidate for the marshalship
't increased strength of brain and body i anted fur a
, 1 I dayafter tomorrow. Since Pen yesterday on a writ of replevin. The indulged in a little to much liquor last
illness
'1 instead of weakness; and
; whole -I !sacola's intl'restsl1l have to be look officer thought the safest way to night and was a penitent defendant in
in appearancr
slowly (hanged: uiy
. ; ,J after with great diligence at thisonforenco. "eate"; Brown was to take him on the the police court this morning. He was
" Ilcgan: to plump vllnl? complexion I
. changed from a sallow, muddy it is; necessary that the cars to the nearest point to the officeof arrested by Officer Dobe and a fine

:,1r} fresh pink and est available men be elected! which ho justice of the peace. of $j was fixed<< upon his plea of guil JOS. COLEMAN
. hooking skin to a I
1 crowd bo- \o had the realized ty. ,
/ white, as nice as when I was 1*. (an only be done by a big sooner negro I
'J t
/E what the intentions of the officer were,
. F \ I took another examination and in? present.
'. t The soliciiing committee was outyesterday than he began to make trouble and It Saved His Leg.P. 'V-OLOTHIER-fa
passed it easily. My high::: gradestogether I
I 1 ) with the improved: work in afternoon and reported to, .he made things decidedly interesting A. Danforth of LaGrange Ga.,

charactercaused I lay that about thirty subscribers weN for the constable for a time. Deputy suffered! for six moctha with a frightful .
the school and my changed I 212 South Palafnx:, Jl.JI.JI. Pensacola, Florida.A
the Trustees to raise my sal !secured in a short time. The purposeof Sheriff Keeling was near. lie saw running sore on Us leg; but -
I will these subscriptions as before stated Brown fighting Mr. Slocumb and writes that Ducklen'a Arnica Salve
ten dollars a month, and wholly cured it
ary la fir
days. For
that vacant franchisein jumped on the car to render assist
toil you a secret.Vltether it was an is to secure Ulcers Wounds, Pike, ttB the best
increased reputation for guoJ sense the Interstate League, and in order ance. salve in the wnrll. Ours guaranteed. CREENHUT & 00. *

for some other reason one of the to accomplish that end it is desirousof The presence of the second officer Only 25 eta. Sold by W. A. ECAlem-
ur ,
best citizens of the town. a widower, raising at least $S<10. Prospects for seemed to enrage the prisoner all the berte street.druggist ill Scmtli P&laXoz "

has made a little contract with me doing so are bright. more, and he fought and resisted .WHOLESALE GROCERS

that will be carried out some of these John Oliver: who is one of the fore fiercely and swore shamefully. He Good Cypress Shingles $1.25 per ... ,

most gentlemen working up the acceptance was finahy landed in the county jail
when.
days. I shan't tell thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO.
Fon't you think I ought to say goal of the franchise, received a with the assistance of Policeman Eth-- Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St, PENSACOLA, FLA.

about Postura. and do you letter from Manager Timberlake of eridge after having bitten a piece of --
things aggregation this skin from Constable Slocumb's wrist. Try The News' WANT COLUMN. -- ;. 1Millinery
back to coffee the Montgomery h
think 1 will ever go g'f : Hudgini'! new style I label fop
morning. The letter stated that every The resistance; of Brown only made opening of Sprl h.
drinking'ame ? cent cigsr will Interest you.
:\ of this lady will bo given on one of the cities to be represented in [trouble for himself for an additional OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine ions,' Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,

application to Postum Cereal Co., Ltd tha league would Lave men at the charge of resisting arrest Las been oysters today. Try them. March 24, 25, and 26, at Mrs N. Bow. Try Gunther'i Candies .tSolomon1

Battle Creek Mich. meeting Sunday placed against him. NIC APOSTLE. ers on South Palafox street. J !.

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