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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 28, 1903
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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fm: PO UlAR GOU JTY GltR: { they finest make and most a specialty daLcate! of class all the of REQUIRES THE OLD RELIABLE, I ii ell. 11 lj r I", ,,1 i, L 1'

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EW 11W CITY Of SAN f Ar CISCO.1 that the market affords Their large : YOUNULOOD I fJ.\.1'"!{:i.", i'. j',. .

family trade requires that: their goodsbe : tit, : .
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I..: : .: r f, organs. In the spring the catarrh seems | < frequently replenished and they 1;,. .1'1 t. '

.,.'., ...:=- to chiefly affect the stomach and nervous '! are consequently always fresh. i ; :
,..;-. ::'l. ,; -;.. Fy tem.; In tho summer the bowels !' James; McHugh, New Orleans OLD MEN CANNOT STAND THE ; .,.'1 l'I i t ;, t aOY4i ,
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Of it ia bee catering to the public!: for a I! : : !l : !: :
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I _.__.<....,.o.---.. ...0" "__" '..:.,.'. 1 catarrh: ii absolutely:confined to the'e I number of years and has built up a I I ADMIRAL SAID 10 HAVE EXPRESSED I" '
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j / .I'/'//,/.. .... --':=........,::::.....................:,"_-' \., 1 parts of tho body during; the season to j lavhiMvchrYe and, lucrative business not onlyin : 11 [ i ,t ,

f '. .' ::::::.:..:.:::.:::::::::::::::.\. i iI \ assigned; them Catanh i|, the city but throughout thi''; county DOU3T AS TO THE : ,:a; ,.. 'i:1 I, \
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.. -_ I may c. :" : cy erg in in any: season of I II j i and; adjoining ones" that are reachedby / !
:'. ": ::: ::::: :::: ..:.::: tho bat FEASIBILITY OF A PANAMA CANAL "
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r"att-r Catarrh to attack partieulr.)!- ii I', ,. .
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:> f f : ;: ::.:: : \ > ''gaujincertainseasoaathatthesi'fonrdis-: : j J j In addition to his large lamely r 1" ." r "! : I., \
: I. tra.io.he carries at all times heavier :;: ; : ; J
.. tine-t varletk'3: have Income recognizeii.( .. fr .
f. :' ; ::.:: .:. ..::-_-: :: 1 II Mr. Hubert Douglas! Homeopathic :1 gro-c-ies\ ; and feed :tuffs to suply all .I,.. J. ,. .i. } .,
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'". ;;.W'; -? 5 ,-"=:::::;::-: :-:: 2/3'! Specialist, cor. Cth and F Sts., X. ,y", \i demands. Mr. McKath's favorable'! New York March 27.-Admiral Ii'"j"1 t 'I '

j .:'- .,. t!: ..,, J J1 I Washington; D. C., in a recent letter to 1 reputation was been made: 'to a large I ]Dewey believes! the president of tilt Absolutely! Puro f"i'; I I' .J: ,
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; :,.- i the l'crunMedicine) Co., of Columbia, I extent by his tea and coffee depart !j I TFEt' IISN'1OSUBSTITUTE 'qtr, 1 I' j. '
: United States SLOtiM be a \
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(, t'If' ::% ... "iY. ment. ll"re his coffees are roasted i : i :
... .. 1i;' : !! their noted catarrh remedy Peruna: and active man, Ia an interview i' I .
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" =- ?;..::::....::::::-- '. ..-......_.....- hue administered Peruna Ion number them! fresh, and saving the housekeeper .I., and copied by all of the New York \, j" l t
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: : : victory. Germany would not ,'
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, ". ;: : --: ::: -.-.: .. 1 not only the labor of performing papers the admiral is credited with 't
::: general: debility with great benefit to attempt war with tho United States r ib''\ i 1
, :;:: -; : :=:.-.1 the work but any anxiety she having!; talked to a Washington correspondent "
them. I have paid attentionto unless '
particular she formed some alliance. : s
.-; = ::: its effects, and I have absolute confidence might have of a probable failure.A. I of the News yesterday "I
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=::: in Its curative qualities, and M. Avery Hardware. : about the presidency! the United ':
-- : Panama Canal scheme?" \t i .
: : ::::::::::: ::::::' have no hesitation In giving It a most The hardware establishment of States and the German napes, the .. ;;. !, .
x emphatic endorsement." "I don't know; I am puzzled," said ::. I ,4.;: K
:Mr. A. M. Averyat the corner of Panama Canal his maieu\ers of thepast I
I __: -,::: Uon.Clement M. Hammond is one of the admiral. "I was much impressed [ .'1 t '
? _.- J Palafox and Carders streets is one winter in the: Carnbtati Sea and :: t I"
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, .. the best known newspaper men in :New with the remarks .. i '
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York lie was of the largest in the state and the Venezuela trouble. "
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I ."::.:.. -"..'.'.'.:.:::. '-:;:' fur j tars editor of most extensive in the western part "frO\'f'r: Cleveland. is being talkedof 1" 1
". I rears ago. lie said that we don't !i ,
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: : one of the principal ice=. of Florida. It occupies the entire for the democratic nomination for I I
need i a canal I; that we can transport i ianything
I : ground f'cor! of the handsome Masonic president; was remarked in the \ r. 'f
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I \ building! awl, with its extensive course of tile coiversatum. .
. : -- Hart4arconneried I Pacific and from the Pacific to tho 1[ ; : ;:; tt.
. r connecting ware looms, is filled to re- "1 have noticed that," replied theadmiral ,
,, + Atlantic: in a few days. Sink a warship 1i j t. t .
(. 1 pletioa! ith-goods from tie finest "but the occupant of the I(I ; I
New York Itooord- i ,
t t "I ,_#, in the canal alter it is opened ( s )4 I g' I
cr and New York pocket cutlery to the heaviest mill White House today must be a different ., ''') 1 ; "
t .: then where are we? I am not able .f
.. 'Ii 0. World lie has machinery. Here[ you: will and castings man from what he could! !be I ;' I f I
4 '" ;" j I to talk about the commercial advan \ .' I I
I 'k'T 7 P traveledextensive of all kinds agricultural implements twelve! nr sixteen years ago. Now ho \. I 4
that to this \If
I \ "' i1 % f ly and is known all lion C. )1, liamwond stoves, tin ware; machinery, must be a man in the prim of life ages may accrue coun- j. t. iI
/ try The cunents of commerce, itseems t '
d. I) over the United rate; locks, with of those .
-YlI j belting tools for every : The trouble some mentioned .
\\ .'f '" lj VI States for his talent a to me, however are constantly j "
as
.\ / :.<: lt newspaperman. bolts screws, nails arJ hardware of : for the place is that they are I I. ..
'. '\ ''I' ; "ritinj; to Tho 1'ernna Medieino chaughfc; Great mineral dejnsits or \ .
\ ? :N 0' every sciipiion too old Look at what President It '
__.. \ / I' Co., he says: other resources may bs discovered in : ; ,
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I ..,;r..tW//11// ...... / j For about six years I bare had The Star Laundry. Roosevelt is to undertake in a few far corner of the world and completely -

trouble every fall and winter with my ;Mr Walker Iprhanproprietor of ; weeks. lie will travel the breadth of tt +. If-

' .. ,. WILLIAM A. DEA.VE, OF SIX FEAXCISCO. i voice. At times it has extended to my th" Star Laundry. has made this the continent on a two n.on'hs tour change conditions ; I

. . -. i < . .. . .t.t . .... ,.4 bronchial tubes and lungs. I think all popular establishment an absolute The strain on the 1 unnn machine: te '" hips that now have London, :\lar. jt ..' ';

nc, Clerk of the city and county of Pan: Francisco: was Chief! I this troullo came from whooping cough I necessity not only to the citizens, but fri ht1ul. It n-q-ures., a man of en- seilles, Genoa or Brindisi for the Orient I; I *> j. I
: his jiroUivesnur during! ; tho latter part of his term lie w a I which I had: when 1 wads about twelve or Australia and then return via : i' I
'. 1 torn and rail in tho! city of San Francisco, and line for f> the trau'lhns: public. The workon during'it31it t
;years old, and which left me with ca (the j Suez any go right: on around the M 'J f
: i I' :uinently identified with tho! Order of Native Sons oil theI. ,' clothing as well a; on hl'aar- "Thon the difies of the office! Itself 1'r
tarrh. Since I have: taken Peruna, my world, passing through; both the Suez rM'
: a other fraternal He is
v as : organizations; : an exceptionally
other establishment these diiferent from
tic"S! is unexcelled by ary in Jays are
I .. -'viably and i> ,lidcallyaho, in evidenced by the ballots cast \oiechas been clearer than in over two and Panama: cainls.: Hut you can <.
,' luing UcKatud hu c-poatat for the oleo of County Clt.rkI years, all of which I am willing to testify i : in the countrj. The pure what n.t j were before the Spanish not figure; out with any accuracy how a .!, I" "

I ., to." Mr. Hammond's address is "1l.e I water used and skilled workmen cm- war. The United States has bocome d
\ n January:! !*rt, from fcian Francisco, to Dr. Hartman, Mr. M the currents of coxrmerce will be fi
Brook.
Arlington, Montague street, plo] >'ed makes it a matter of comparative the greatest world power.'c arecaliel
;' i J. '! bt say of rerun: l X. Y.1'eruna. : need; or will apiilj The ocean i
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Iyn ease to turn out the whitest upon and will coi.tnue to bo. '
Tl": .ru-jM ':icincCo., Columbus Ohio. i* an Internal remf'dY-3 I currents and tides are things today
shortest notice the familyof
clothes! and at the in the quarrels among
C"J would not te ".';.hcai ?srir.s, cs Lave founditt'c.i scientific remedy for catarrh. It cures and for:>\'{r. but not so with tho ,
I I lall onH'ly! appointed"wagons, with nations in Uuropo. This increases /
/ .\ rrcnredyforcatsrr:4aJartr'cirtstF3' /Asv e ever used. catarrh wbere'VeT loe'atud.Perona cnr'slst.I: great commercial! tide; it is ever f j.a 1 i $ ',' "
pivts: strength: by stopping;; j II polite drivers, daily gather up the the responsibility and obh- t i r
/r L'h'j&ly 'ertisL'd
lit tr. sf ail of the so=C3iJ-.: r.7.:: rr!: resales ;: \ ehinging" r
r I wa 'te. Kysavin,? the nmcusit enriches latia.lry :and retu-n: it at the appointed gt.t iOl.s of 1 h": nUion, ard its president i- I -
: ,J. 1. <; s::y that c: ill iriv.scc.v: r fer ... t3.'rb:1/ the bkW. By cleansing the mncoUiS 'I

t": ; ',. ,.. : ', 'nvtT.JcJ to m? ro.c I's.c1?-/I so; LcttZctel .2Si membrane it preserves tho vital forces. tini>. done up to please the most ox endures the fearful strain of it

II', ... .. ',f Uf ..t. DEASE.C' No remedy can jx-ssibly supply the '. ac'ing. all. THE SMOKER 1
place of IVruna. Insist upon haven; The Meyer Shoe Stor "Of cour'-p, one men are VOUIK rtshoty "
tfi'r'!: 'ntphaeafa\ ?Il"itt"1'rr 1. Tn ,,'.- of fie yl>a.lt.I..L.I'j : ;.; ... -.. :::i to hu i tne prini I j H no gubstituto for this catarrh mediI I Mr N'euman, the popular managerof or beyond tint I speak p n- '

: ,.dt"w"JI-mLrl.' ; "i" ,I -, .,r .1 .,P .... ::1. I I 'ir. Semi for a frt-e l. x>k on catarrh. this More, devoted exclusively! to orally whIt I say that only \onng LAST NIGHTARMORY r. r

- \\'i.:t.'rca.tarrh.I j,I j:\ ,,...,- :. i ., t---l' ;-Hirpfre-e- i Address the Tirana, Medicine Co., OoI I! thc sale of footwear, presides over and \ lrrols11eU; can f.ll: tee presidency i
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__ : .r c urrh, addic'.r i r' ia'ry i an establishment! that has no superiorin '..3-; tt {

__ ._ --- I aMMintments! : and beamy in thestate '-1[ can remember when actually! our

meut house in the city, and where James A. White has personally--;t.eiicted ; '{ From the windows, lined with nation was looked upn by 1: trope ', HALL CROWDED WITH }. I,, r t '

llrMB-DATE e\'(>thins in dry goods, millinery, the gods for the ;prong trado mirrors and\ biibiantly lighted with as a ,odor about on a level with PETTY OFFICERS AND THEIR

hats, caps, shoe;, gents furnishings, and feels that he is offering a line colored electric globes to the whiteanJ Brazil 0: Mexico[ So: long as they

.', carpets, luattuigs, hard I.': that has never been duplicated in gold shelving arranged ir. circular thought that n'.r responsibilities) GUESTS FOR SEVERAL HOURS. 4 !
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MERCHANTS ,rare saddlery and harness, and in I: this part of the state. Among the form, each box of uniform color and \\('!e no; so great"

fact any article that is wanted can beI many standard makes carried by this each in its roper' place tells of long;: "YJJr m ne.i\ers In southern The armory was crowded comfortably t { t !
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'- fount! You do not have to go from I I! house we note: expertenee! and mat the proprietor waters with forty warships must last night upon the occasion of :a ..h t

!!1 PROGRESSIVE 'tore to store making: purchases but i i I Ii i In s-lbnnan. Douglas and knows the wants of the public and is have been an object lesson fur Germany t /
PENSACOLA.N ; 1', complimentary smoker tendered by p .
can find what you want under this C'rossett. I going to meet tnem. Shoes for all' : and England.

one ruof. Mr. \\'. J. Forbes: has Ions I i In Hits-Dunlay, Stetson and I are\ btte but a specialty is made of "fo.-t1"! fvolalmod the admiral. petty officers of the fleet to friends in a, I Cr t '

.,' Bowers been identified with the dry goods Young Bros. I the finer grades which being! boughtin "There were just fittyfou.pssfls of this city. The interior of the spacious i i }

:. millinery estab bubice-is here, is his own buyer and I In Shuts Manhattan, Eclipse and laige quantities: enables their sale all classes, the greatest fleet the building was pruftiwly; adorned with j

"ith I Palafov stroot.j; in Hireling his took has an eye to I Anchor. at prices you would pay for an in- world has ever seen together. It was national colors the tasteful decorations xi,,

11! .- season a tastily i I the wishes and tastes of each: i:articular I In Clothm?-Hart, Sduffner & tenor ;grade clsewbere. such an object lesson: to King Edward having been placed with skillful ;

:M of spring: stjlos. customer. Mr. lileecker: Forbes i larl\, The Folcaeiracr Fishol & Co. No old stock! Is allowed:: to accumu'late that he is a cry sick man today because hands jesterday. City and county officials :, t4 J ,g

nd children's hats who has charge of the hardware department and samuel W. Peck & Co. but as: soon TL:* a lot becomes; of the uprising of the massesof and officers and members of ,. ,

.i1.d to her old cus- gives it his personal at. In this store i h also found a large broken it is: pat on sale regardless of the British people in a wave of the Pensacola military companies r 1

..- new ones she ex- ention. The various departments I, assortment of overalls and working cost, leaving the purchaser nothingtjut sentiment o\erwhe-lminr'ly adverse to I were the honored guests of the happy J't t tL: t' t, .#

''II\ itat ion to inspect are in charge of competent and polite clothing, underwear of all descriptions the best to select; from. the alliance with Germany in tho occasion. i

'1. ih. assurance that attendants. neckwear, hosiery, etc Venezuelan matter. The friendship of During the evening an excellent or ti 5t tit 4,

I i': furnished\ and the Gray, Goodman & Rader. Joseph Coleman Clothing.In This which is in the nature of aresumt. English people 'or America is genuine chestra discoursed sweet and appropriate 4 4

of the principal advertisers in It i" too Lad! this. music and on the whole tho 4 t
I ii 'ho make up, her This is a new' house, comparatively, the clothing and gents' furnish.Ing and sincere.
.,. the Daily News will be continued oncea understood by our people. I affair was one of the most pleasant a t
duplicated by any or rather a new enterprise, but the line Mr. Coleman's business exemplifies is not s t
i week until all have received due however, whowas affairs imaginable. t '
what be accomplishedby There was no man
gentlemen composirs the firm are i iwell can
The large tables were spread after itiit'1 r t;
G .". \Vatson & Co. known to the laJy shoppers of. I fair dealings the keeping at all attention. m:>:-worried on account of the ,f
States af-- the manner of a capital "U" and furnished j,3J
. '."nigh! but recently the city and county as thorough and I times of the best goods and reason object lesson the United
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Eurnett's Vanilla Extract has than E.nperor11.- seating accommodations to I! t
;It.' eat members, is competent judges of what is essential able prices to all alike. forled this winter
i It is the finest and purest that Germany over one hundred guests. The event
I the dry goods trade, to the make up a woman of This s'ason11':: Coleman has selected liam. It is realized
vanilla extract that can be boughtOnce make a successfulfight will remain a lasting remembrance! in if' 4 i
truing 1 had {extensive ishion Mr Gray, the senior member -j a particularly large and attractive could not possibly j' '
tried, always used. the minds of the fortunate attendants g.
.- naMing;: them to l of the concern has been forI J stock of every article to makea with our navy. '
after the fleet's departure. ..; :
Mined to the wants tears the buyer for large houses and j : well-dressed man. In shoes he has Sandow's Trainer.. -I have had ample opportunity for .

fid always keeping on the experience thus gained guarantees -i 'the Johnson & Murphy and Snow; in Attila, the master of modern athletics studying. : the German na y. The difference [ I : e'v.. !t r s i '
If Your Physician
.'II well selected that that no out-of-date or shoddy i hats the Stetson and Knox; in'shirts and inventor of most of tho between that navy and the 1

f 'fuss I' the Eagle in clothing the I has been engaged United States navy is that the men> precribes a milk diet, for Its easy '
goods called for goods will find a resting place on i ; systems now in use,

.. !. their counters. They carry clothing! Carson Myer & Co, Max: B. Drummer by Mr. Richard K. Fox: to In the German navy do not possessself digestibility it will be well to use t ;

'., F, E, Brawner. and gents' furnishing goods as well Crown brands and the celebrated write a series of articles on PhysicalCulture .reliance. They depend upon the: 'Borden's Peerless Brand Evaporated '

i' ; r. w ho Las been in the as dry goods and Lave also a millinery R. &. W. trousers.In for the Police Gazttte, in officers too much. Each man is not'Cream to get a rich, deliciously fa. ?- ,' ,

.: '..1It'! for many, years, is department presided over by addition to his regular stock he( which he will show just how he< an Intelligent, independent, thinkingbeing vored I milk food, perfectly sterilized tl" '

i .\ .,, I of his according to latest sanitary methods rri > ,
: r ivor.iMy! not only in an artistic fashioner of ladies' headgear has added a full line of children's and( trained and developed Sandow, the: in the performance t
... '. I like the personnel of Lay In a supply for all kinds of ex rf
_. .1 1 1:1 the entire country, This firm carried many customers jouths' high grade clothing, somejthing | world's greatest athlete. The articlesare ticular duties :

.. j > '!:<.y* the confidence of with them and are addingto not obtained here before and' ilustrated with photographs of our navy. peditions. Avoid unknown brands. :j ; ( ,

" : ',; Hi* of genuine I of the Police "A warship Is a ponderous machineshop 1t k
, customers are num. them daily also a full assortment John Boiling, the winner Y :
I. trainedso Malta-Vita Shreaded Wheat Biscuits -
are
..:', .. ..', ''o. ::*ir.ds. and his trader John White Clothier. Panamas, which will make his showing Gazette Championship DiamondMedal > and the Americans Is intelligent be- and Force with Cream at Sol- ; : p : ;

t. to such an extent that This is the largest clothing store of straws one of the most cornplete in a recent physical culture that each unit an Oman's. ,tt
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t. !'' .1.i : it necessary to enlarge west of Jacksonville; carries the in the city. contest. These stories are withoutdoubt ing. employing J'
:. instructions of I bottles of Dr KUmer'4SwampRoot ,
, ." ;1.100' and. will in a short largest and most varied stock from Sol Cahn & Co., Groceries.The : the grcatesf'of the kind ever tinder the general sample i
.... It is In this respect the great kidney, liver
'IU" and has rather a his superiors. ;
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ajjoimng stores which< to select and, from a small word groceries published.
t ':'r.'u i store. beginning, is today considered one of harsh and grating sound when used that: the American navy so outranksthe ,and bladder remedy are being distributed $ 1 i

W, J. & B. Forbes. the main factors in the commercial I I ic connection with the contents at Hudgins has a new label for the German. If every officer on an here from house, free. Have

most extensive depart circles of Pensacola. This year Mr. this store. While they keep every- best 5 cent cigar on the market. . j.American ship were killed the men you received one? L 'irk r s




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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, .FLORIDA.- SATURDAY. MARCH 28 1O3.

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in the Pontchartrain district. There

MAD RIVER has not yet been time for the new out MINSTRELSYLAST

let to influence the high stage of thewater liY"

BURSTS BONDS here but by nightfall a decline NIGHT

may reasonably be expected. The

government gauge registered 20.3 during

OPPOSITE NEW ORLEANS LEVEE the forenoon showing nd rise in --

the past twelve hours. Local.conditions TROUPE FROM THE BATTLESHIPIOWA ,
GAVE WAY LAST NIGHT-DEL otherwise have undergone no n}

GAVE FINE ENTERTAINMENT

TA FROM GREENVILLE TO change. 1 1 I for infants and Children.
News at noon from the break at St. __---
AT OPERA HOUSE
VICKSBURG WILL BE SUBMERG- Lucy says that even hundred men are Castoria i< a hani 'ess substitute for Cantor OH, p.lro.'
', Hrnj nUll IIClthru' It
gone Syrnp IS flea-ant.
material '
at work there. Ample contributed It
I ED-SOUTHERN LOUISIANA IS C'1ht.IIS neither 0I U1I1. Iurphine nor other % ,
by the railroads the government It was a delightful surprise to those I .nb..hlu'C' Jt destroys! \\.orm nJul allays l't.\t'rlhlu'-ar'olicI

RAVISHED BY THE FLOOD. and the planters has reached the who went to the opera house last It cure: iarrhu'\ alll 11'111(1 Colic. It relfete. T.th.n' .

scene. No meal in a day has such an effecton Trouble and Cures CustJpahon. tt fulat-; < tha
the solicitation of the
one's mood as breakfast A well- night upon Stoniiich niiil lio\vei giving healthy and natural ll'l-i'
I'I The work of building cribbing has preP
:Memphis, Tenn., March :27.! -A specialto already started under favorable con'ditions for entertainment quite
Troupe, an
The Scimitar from Greensville,' owing to the large batture in Pet exceeding the greatest expectationswas The Kind You Have Always Bough-

JJlss., says: front of the crevasse and experienced BrandEvaporated enjoyed. The house was filled Bears the Signature of

"With a tremendous crash the ]levee crevasse fighters who are in charge with seamen and citizens and at S

Jour miles south of Greenville gave say that It is probable that the crevasse o'clock! people were clamoring: for

way at 11 o'clock today and great ,I will be closed by tomorrow standing room, which was not to be I

quantities of water are now pouring[I night. It the break is not closed the CreamIt

through a three hundred foot crevasse, Texas I and Pacific railroad is likely to had.The burnt cork aggregation exerted .

rapidly flooding the most fertile land be seriously crippled. adds a richness to your food # #
that nothing else can. It is the themselves to surpass the perform
In the great Yazoo delta. I CREVASSE IS REPORTED TO BE best part of cow's milk. Tell In Use For Over 30 Years
want to end ance given a short time since by their
"Major John M. Sears, in charge of THREE MILES WIDE. your your grocer husband you to business with a friends from the Massachusetts and cur e..ulO eD........ .... .,J....,aT....... ....'0". PR

the government engineer's office here : Jackson, Miss., March :27.! -Special good breakfast: and you need -- ...
Fet Brand. Be sure you they came as near to that end as pos __ ______ _h_ _
has just announced that it is the worst dispacthes received here late this afternoon see the above cap label before
I you buy I sible. The men every one of them
break OUT experienced on the :Iis- report that levees broke ten "f iIiiGifi G0jNyl
'I HELVETIA MILKCONDENSING were well up in their respective parts <
sissippi side, and he states that the miles south of Greemille on the Mis- l
CO. and were accorded the most turnulnous ,
' 1 whole delta from Greenville to Vicksburg 1 1 sissippi side of the river and that the r

!r will be flooded."The whole country is being flooded.A I Highland, Illinois (I applause. The audience were .J t MANUFACTURERS ASP DEALERS (ft
I very free in their expression of appreciation _
Mississippi river commisbion. break is later reported three milesan I
and never allowed a worthy T- '. LUMBER
LATHS
Itif i on board its steamer, Mississippi! is ,! through which pours an immense I --' -- lint to go unnoticed. The jokes were I \'- ,
near the scene of the break and the volume of water.RAILROADS I I

B f' i members will make a thorough inspection 1 IN MEMPHIS I'I'I I NIGHT SESSION OF POLICE EOARD. j I surprisingly many subjects.I new The and performance touched upon was La.LJ j .!; SAW E n CYPRESS SiiI lK G LH(, I'y:: I ll!

there HAVE RESUMED SCHEDULES.
-
I'l I witnessed by a number of high ranking jPENFACOLA. FIA
"This is the first break to be reported Memphis, Tenn., March 27.!; -AIL
I The Board of Public Safety hold a officers: of the fleet who were cleliirnted -
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on the Mississippi side during railroads] entering Memphis from: the i iI --
special session last night and talked ; in the rendition of the pro-
the present high water." west have resumed traffic operations. I II
I' over the matter of disbursing the gram which was as follows: COAL ADO weCD.WE
I The Iron Mountain line was opened
OPPOSITE NEW ORLEANS money now in hand which came from U. S. IOWA'S MINSTRELS.Lieut. .
and at 4 I
GREAT BANKS GIVE WAY. yesterday afternoon p. m. the capture: of deserting seamen: from U. C. Bullmer . .President EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA KOFU TP.APE
w'eek
New Orleans. March :27.! -With the I the first train for more than a the naval \essels. A slight discrepancy P. Geiger . . .. . .ManagerO.

' water roaring through the break and entered Memphis. Last night the in the amount held by the city I Rose . . _. Stage Manager TillS WINTER THAN EVE fEFl KE
Cotton Belt sent its Texas train out
spreading over a wide area of countrythe i clerk and that received by A. Dickerson Ass't Stage ManagerJ. SEND US YOUR
over the Iron Mountain line; and today ORDERS NCW
ends of the crevasse near Lucy Credil'e was discovered, but the mar Lawton..Property Manager
the Choctaw railroad and Frisco !
were reported this morning to be I shal uihnteered to make the amount S. Hopkins..Ass't Property Manager::; Thompson Olsen &

slowly crumbling. Lumber was scarce,i system began through uassenger ser- good ar.d the board was satisfied. The V. A. Jacob . . . .Costumer Gi.r
,
I I vice.
at the scene when the levee gave way I I I amount ot diffmnce was about $to. S. Thompson . .. . .. Costumer Manresa Street, Telephone j47.

but a special train over the Texas The board reviTscd a ruling of the Part 1. -- -- -- --- -- -=
I j I i The Stomach is the Man.A
+ f: and Pacific got away before day light marshal in displacing a footman and C. W. Giles. .. . . Drum MajorC. ESTABLISHED 1863.
weak stomach weakenes the man,
; with a large consignment of material letting a niountel: officer uo duty I K. L'owden..Interlocutor -- -
because It cannot transform the food
# : and planters have hurried hands from ahead of some of the substitutes. It Soloists.
McKENZIE
he eats into nourishment Health OBRTING & CO.
all directions to the scene. Whether was held that the mounted men and Loves Old Sweet Song. .11. Murgotten ,
and strength cannot be retsored to
i : the effort to mend the break will be pa'rolment were diftertnt classes, anti I Don't Love Nobody------\V. Smith Q --OIALIE8: 0
any sick man or woman without
4'' successful it is imposible to say. The none of cither class could be made to Waiting.\V. Hamilton
first restoring health and strength to and General
f'1 crevasse occurred in a bend of the supercede the other. Coons Game..J. Canada Ship Chandlery Hardware,
the stomach. A weak stomach can
i river and that will add to the difficulties Maud Lee.\V. J. Keile
if 'c not digest enough food to feed the SOB AND 005 S. PALAPOX 8TUKKT.
of The work of repair.. Several Mrs. N. Bowers will have her open. Bill Bailey. . . . .. .H. Uavey .
tissues and revive the tired and run ---AGENOV -
I of square miles of territory have already of I ('horus-G. LalSeiie. C. V. Kane C.
ing new Spring Millinery Tuesday
, down limbs and organs of the body.i) REVERE COPPER COMPANY: JOHN A. ROEBLING'9 fONH CO.!
been overflowed and large portions of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses, purifies i v.eunesday, Thursday, March 24, 25'' II. Thomas, T. Harrison A. Campbell GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUHHELAKON'S prMh.huu .
4 St. Jviha St. Charles and Jefferson William Kamoku U. L. Murray I
t will doubtless go under water, though: sweetens and strengthens the and 26. Tambourines'. J. Reddick, W. hrdlEi: FII.! Cs!! h7t$11 luframnfs, Chris, ":1111. ; tll
glands and membranes of the stom-;
f many of those plantations in the Smith L. 1>ct'n'r. J. Canada. COMP3y9Y:9L008, Jo1TU.

three part hes which lie along the ach, and cures indigestion, dyspep-1 I A Jest of Fortune. Hones-\\". CmMiy, H. Davey. C. SrcKenzis Oertin? ('olleetiu.Agent for Bar Pilots' Benero-! ,: ASMciatioc.
sia and all stomach troubles. liar- i I .
j
i Here is of the Fortune
t river will probably only be affected by I one merry jests Part II.
''t gis Pharmacy, John Sheppard Sidney -( likes to play upon mankind: A
'I backwater The timid: will find its way I Idra Orchestra

1 to the gull through Lake Salvador i I Kahn. !I )man got seven hundred shares of Recitation . . . L. W. Rider THE GARDEN SECTION

r, ) Bayou IJiratarla. Little Lake and oth-j Calumet stock and kept it until it was Iowa Glee: Club-Dt-dnck, Murray, i
Mrs. N. Bowers will have her
I'i or streams. Sugar is cultivated! in the open II worth OUT half a million! dollars: Sales, Kaiuaku and Fulraer.Daiktown o-O3T1-o

t. I throe parish"s and there is a considerable ing of new Spring Millinery, Tuesday, meanwhile! continuing calmly) to drive Swells-Crosby and Canada.
Fensaoola FloridaNear
;::iI area devoted to truck farming. Wednesday and Thursday, March 24, i his dray. The manho e genius and Sketch Artist-.1. Dcganhardt.

. .. Oyster bed are likely to suffer buti 25 and 26. u_ I industry discovered the mine, created II| Part III.

i t i there is absolutely iu danger of loss I its crg:.nl/.ati'n and )launched it upon ]I Selection f . . . . Orchestra East Hill Electric Railway Terminus

i 7 ", of life. Members of the La 'ul\rchc le- ,, \\oiuUrful! career had 2i tiS2:: shares : Club Swinging..LfGros and Kamoku
!
;; see board u,'at early: to the spiuif TO CASTOR I and C.IInot] keep any of then.! Hojurind '; OM niack Joe..1Cm. hamilton I Beautiful Lots for Sale.

1 11' assist in the effort to hold! thf ends himself reduced to poverty, I Chc.rus.)Iurgot tl'tl. Thomas Keile and
' 'I and if pos.-iblr to dose the I'rl-va",,oAs I!I For Xnlants and CMldret. V.11.t1 a single month's dividends on I I Harrison.Iri5.h II 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each accord

. the L'icbnak is. on 111'1 UPI'I/-[' FOB Kind You Hate Always 6ougt1Sasxq his former holdingsould have made'\ Comedian'!-Harrison and Smith ing to location and surroundirgs.

11! him rich.-From "Romances of -
site side of the river tram New Orleans I thpf a'i Htod by IK-ffner I

- .t the effect will be greatly to the too World's Croat Mines," in the April j Dutch Comedians-Dedrick and Davey Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful Viex,

.1} advantage (>f the city and nt the le"'d .gJ'.tW'. of WZ&ti I ('os 1110 11>litan. I i Tableau------------------- ColumbiaA I High, Dry Fertile Lands.

,JfJ.. i
:
j '] -- I' What's In a Name? I BAD COMPLEXION. The grandeat opportunity for investment ever

B1RG7 INS Everything Is in the name when It Pimples, blackheads and muddy offered in Pensacola.

tis complexion, which are so common
; I comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. among boys and girls at a certain Home Seekers Should See These Lots

-FOR- DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, discovered, age, indicate a torpid liver. A courseof I --

some years ago, how to make a salve HCPATICURA will cleanse the

from Witch Hazel that Is a specificfor system, regulate the bowels and liver CTu/folos
taa s..ro. ter

!1 It SATURDAY, MARCH 21!, TO MARCH 27, 1903. ;' Piles.and protruding For blind, Piles bleeding, eczema Itching ion.-and produce Sold by a all clear druggists., healthy complex- Corner Garden and Bru Streets


cuts, burns, bruises and all skin diseases -.


II below have to be to be This has given rise to numerous Grist and Corn deal l Tills
seen appreciated.
tl 1 j j jI worthless counterfeits. Ask for De-

, Wltt's-the genuine. Hargis Thar-I, |B. f. GOSZfl.EZ; 4 CO., Prop i, First National Bank

I l Ladies' Full Bleached Vests the 40 in all Wool, Extra fine Twill macro John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. Manof.ctcrert

10c. grade 5c Serge, 75c value at. . 49c yd : CH:>ICth'IPLkLA\I)1'CIEGhOi'I': l

i I.l r ladies' Full 1 Bleache Vests, the 100 Ladies Grey Walking Skirts, {I I EICCK rixn.
\ G3" PiI 8ACOLA. FLA.
15c. .8 1.3c value at DR. F. E. BRUCE
' c grade good $1.50 our price 98c I Patron lie Home Indtmrj, for there liTery
I 1'I I Ladies' Short Waist Corsets, I X50 Ladies' All Wool Grey Walking rt'a"Ol10U should bay your Merl sit .
:Soc* trvdfrtrnthe Horn Msnalactor- DIR:20'ronu.WM. : : .
Ih returned I
:: :i White, only . 24c I II.r. Skirts Latest style at . 24c I and resumed rractic' fur by so dulcg s oa tr&couraso liuoiw liiuua j
cry. Yourwonl'yUll.'tttntbll common) H KSOWLS. W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRZN1.. K. HYKiD. j'' 1
200 yards Embroideries, Edges 50 Ladies' All Wool Etamme Walk Oflice\VcgGovernmentst., j
I and: you In tarn are Indirectly ba.EtfJ O. BRENT,
(1 and Insertions. Big value, yard 5c ing Skirts colors grey and tan, Salisbury Ituildin I i ipptistie !in losturlGfr Hi> bom nidaalacni labor. You' oU yutentrtLctetotiecaose01 I I

it;. Men's, Ladies' and Children's priced at. . . . . $t.49 'roloplroxlo 14r.i.: to IUeoomtnttltyfawhicb yon 11\e act C 4 '

{I f fast black and tan hose, worth Ladies White Lawn Shirt Waists, :j i! gbiOt.! 'iDtr'br.trk! to our support I Mn t n B M i i Mmi Msi\

15c. cut to, pair. . . 8 1.3c embroidered front. Latest out I Iat. Ka<
It tI 1vEfJII.Y 4CIifTa1: Jr
1 I.* 10 doz Gent's Night Shirts Big . . . .49c, 74c and 99c I :

value 49c 10 dez Boy's Laundried Colored ] 5vTh lea srS\lf IvaI'';:' jWe draw our on B11U of Exchange on JreaJ Britain Jr &. '

10 doz. Ladies'TabCollars.the 10c I i Shirts at. . . . . . 25c i; ('J:.'mArOL.\ FrE:'TKI 'J' P.gT1}A Germany,France, Aa;tria, Italy Holland, Spain, Belgium Uoob' 5.t

kind 5c 10 doz Gent's Pat. Elastic Seam j I II UAILWAfTrs'.m (IJMPNx. way, w"en. Denmark sad other European countries.sal3 .
.
levve t'Paisaiolt for th' TU I ______ __ __ _
10 doz Ladies'Aplique Tab Collars, I Drawers at------------------ 39c ''.
I 5syoclag: tu.youWarrmgtonNavl i
/ photogpaphcj and t ort Bar.&ncas at I : Diabnreed; : npon tho Most! Favorable Term ai d t!:eJI :
,
" ;k 25c goods lOc 50 doz Gent's Lace Stripe Balbriggan i i I
. ; 6:30! 0 m.errlreat tort Karrancat 7:16 i I Obligations! Taken Payable at Pori of eatipailon Tan or K f r t bit
( Gent's and Ladies' Hemstitched Shirts and Drawyer Big I i -041J S. 1'alufov Street. loan a.m.arrive it ran KrM: i 10:c a,-. afur; Veaael!! Arrirea There

I Handkerchiefs, at. 8 1.3c value at 75c suit, our price 49c too p.m.arriveatFortFarrenoss' J'llpr
I H-.no p. ui.n'riTeit fort Barranca* t-.ll ? t Z1 'Safoty Dep-jslt BoxeR for Rent in Connectlcs
22x54 inch Extra Heavy Cotton Gent's Extra Heavy Blue Overalls i 8t p.m.arrive*i Cart l.armac '.:tooo
I 3KNKUYI FUKNCH Hf'HKIHIK *ser p.m.arrive 'u Fort KarrencaiTraiDi rW II.D with which we; hare a Prhra partment for the Vat
Towels, 8 1.3c and Jumpers with or without I .ewe Fort: Karrno. for FOL.a
of Renteri.
. . . : oola f>i
Ladies' Girdle Summer Corsets, Aprons at 9Sc suit Following l h the schedule of the .
I 7:1'a m arrive at J'l'nlacola_ are a. 1/
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at 49c 401 none Better Extra Heavy Blue I I government steamer General' French I!?''p m. arr're at t'II1I.,0.a11:t P a

See our line of White Mercerized Overalls and Jumpers, union I which THE NEWS prints for the i 2uOp.m.&UO p m arrive arrlve at y..n..cola feciaonla__ 5 514: Ii p.1I p r DR. KING'S PEOFE33I05AL CARDS,

Waisting nothing newer out at made, warranted fast colors ben.etit of tbe merchant5'vrlio shp ?::'tp marriTesrr'enabrolp._ TCllp .

.15 and 25c yd and not to rip at. . .$1.93 suit posts their : goods to the carious army Iheave. I''! 's15pmarrivestYenAoola'satnrflaye only viatt TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR W. C. ROWE, M. D.

10 pcs Mercerized Madras Ginghams Ladies 4 Strap patent Colt's Skin Pensacola _. __._._ _. 71IL riB. ronwttt DATS.feccco' THAT COLD.
.19c. the yd Sandals the latest creation and Leaves Barren;.Uh, ._ ..._. ...._. 7's tL m i ili to Fort III rraac"i&r.a reora r.i Office: 17X S. l' lf"i.
ve. Htckrnt ..... .. ... S-in! Pea'aco'atn5avyYard ana! retorn..._ TAlC: NO SUBSTITUTE. *
100 pieces figured Lawns and Dimities the same you pay $2.25. Our Leaves Harrnncm .._ .__.... ,, 8.15 a a"mu'RTes m Perlaanie. to Poi.anetto Be..cb.olQ ri'uli 'Mr1'EIIAY ; Hoar from to *:;*)) a. m. sad to'P
.. ..__ I Ir'B"lr.IJDE. Cures
fencvola ConsumptionCoughs
new patterns at. ..,5c the yd price.. .. .. .. . .. $1.49 ,, Arrives Barrn wn 11:10 &. _10-is a m. tnl after o'clock
i m. and then When wmttter permit ths!
I tanning t Colds '
25 pieces Madras Ginghams, new i i Ladies' Oxfords Sandals and Colonials I:, sakes: a trip to Fart McKee aril thn r- '' open coflchv. Bronchiti" Asthma 'i Phono OC.
!! :arn to I'.arrancas.
I I
stripes and checks 9cI in all the latest shapes, Unvfi KarraaciS .-.,--.-- .._. lli p. m 1 wail i'ec.iiuU. LT lrllaru"." PneumoniaHayFcvcrPleu- -
1 I L"ves Hick*>n' ... _.. I.-.-' la. In 10 a, m. ,
40 In all Wool Cheviot Serge 75c :| plain and patent tips at I, "toa..el Peonacola .. .. ,_.?_. 1:an p.p.m m II a. IB.. it raIp.m risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, i JOHN S. BEARD
,
grade 49c yd .. .75c S9c $1.25 and $1.50 >.ve. Pickpn; _._ 5:15 p. mi I Jp.m.:
the pair : C'.m t7 Sore Throat
i iI i: Arrive Hariv.m. 5.11' p. m. and: makef i 1.0, Croup and j
'I :
---- I|I Irill to MRe sr..! r.rtu-a. ; :r. I ATTORNEY-AT-LAT
'C. '"' !
On Wfdiie-iiJ'.ysamiSatnMnys Di- Whooping Cough.NocwE. I .
the'! .
: It a fyAxt ....
; Ofllce* 309 Thiesen Ka.
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I'lt wiU leave \.nrdnC'li VI" Pi..lr. I II ". a. r ;.1::. :
EfiMiter!! []! ttc Pises I f.'OPAY. .
F.F E. BRAWN I . ir. yob sawatyfnueo'tt Pries: &fc e.,of t 1. TRUi! POTTLES FREE Office Hoars-8:30 a. n. ti .
I The General Frfnch Is fur + 3rtFarauaas 5ast
oLiy; and oatiider unity I! \ '-1 ''16 r&to'D_____ .. 2:30 p. m. to 6:3p.. r..
;parpens aoy mus: Cleaning ladiea ,Jnrr
.e.-t t'1 bs.meal Z'011 and watai
io5 S. Pakfox: St. I live a ?asa: from the quartermaster t ".'11.1 ____aa_ H a one of o-j i! ecialtiM. Btir Las. I: AU Practice bU.'D.. entrD ail state.t..d sod so ma federal w t'i. !
take pa :3iK 01 her. 1 lO I"U M-a after tAt p a>. iry. prompt and tiligvul ailtutioc
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENBACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY. MARCH 28. 1903.F .


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....... t;.i. SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES INGAGIDo Maritime.Arrived. it, Jfu: }

'I' "J'k_ 'N/NNi.vei.A.i.piN.NN. I "'-I', 1 f I'' :1 I'
F ". ..f! P. '", .
l"l'
> ... ., ': Catholic.St. Marriage is very largely an accident rensicf'.a'! Ar.i ?j, iHs. Let 'h, I !J1.f41i : ; 'st
.. .Michaels-Order of divine sere tn few cases do men or women sot up a I' {; :. Aft
.
.s fanidco| to C i: j'1 :: Cu.irrle

.,: I\. .\ .' I, -_ --r.o.. _tJ'1,' lice for the winter: First mass, 7 !and standard choose of manly by it. or In womanly must cases eallenre ran p 1e : S\.j i .-:, i :2.;. B,.\ : .Gives Vim and Vigor1 I 1c1The ::1 ;: ?! :: :

1\ {::. \.. ; : i. m. ; children's mass, S a. m.; last :become er.: *.*! as the rest "f ""opiuyuty -. I fampico to \\'. L."ini'll k C'), { oil.' -'..," { 1
'' :o mass and sermon, 10 a. m.; evening r.tti'than because o, c.trooted iee; 1; I "Nffio J ,
-t.t' 'iJr J Carhvoex"! L'r ss. USu, Rroua. Ha
iina =
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;' J, ''"" 4Vo(1C devotions.I m. preferenceAnd Beer } 1 .4
n'"Y I !i p. \ : to Sutherhnd-Innis Co. I IC'earec Jf .. I rJ I i4 :
-:9"\\1)t it
; .f J: f! : 1.\\ so often 1 J.! l. _
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.j : > I :1i i ; St. Joseph's, ReFatter Fullerton, : that OK .m- ,.
'- ''.t !4 J happens ti f j
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I !. ; / 4hiMt; : \1"? Ul.' I. N:42 s-} I, I'astor-First mass, GS: a. m.; high \\ : enters cpon }1. LL : Pal s;; :-icii! 2:\U. Tewiur-i: b, I I IG That Made : r'' : f
".' fi:: : -.! 7 1! :mass, 0o:: a. m.; benediction, l.M: the obligations ofmaternity ., 1M liitIL
_' 1\J ,\ .. =-.::;.... ,.., ( i.. ; I lust as :, 1Ef' -tthouglitles I 'If Transit Ca. for Spezia with .Mon [
,
<$ I [p. m. i .
t S'.h'> gdCl; '\5'fri.: ri1&>!, ..yj' .:/. -l>- .1' IRn1 t. ..;.-.,.. ,". ;i'I.:\ I I't she! entered: iy on the as .W";;if' 1,'/ .. 100.tons phosphate rook \aluetl at J-! iNia, : ImR rAM U 4t4:s & Iii

f '1'.r,, .... _......... /if. .y.. iI. -.i'" (. !.. r/Lr J) t .-''\, 'lt :' Methodist Episcopal Church South, I marriage!; relation I i $rIJf"rIJf"nf: : 4i; ; !
-. .1....''. 't.. j, .. ::.:.l... -: .;, .. it;< r J .", ..i,,1',, I II Palatux street, Rev. J. M. Danneily.! ; because no one s[J r '5..' \ Am. ss rep :acola IOCS, Leech by N } .
"' l .' -= ;;; l\,1, t"lI has warned Ler d Gulf Transit Co. for Tanipico with i ; .11
,. pastor -Heu al services tomorrow I J'
.. : If
I :: ; f : J! '\ : I of the Lingers she' ,1 12ZO! ; ( tones coil Aalutd at $).lJti".. -IS- it j ,.3.J
..J J., I. 1. ti fJ at 11.OU a. m. and 7::M: p. m.; children 4 11 t. .
.. rt faces. ..\ Ger. ss Irmgard Horn 9JC:: Moller.by "l.VICTORIA
j
i. l. r and young peoples) revival services Thousands ofwomen .' i r f .
I 1 / 2 ;'2 OO-t. become I I H. r aars: & ('0, for St. Main, with I'I .t x } 1 .
:J 0 Rev.V. M. MeJnto !
;1 l ; :,. .t' <\ at : ; p. ra. -
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'.f- : .. r _... .--f \. 1 m: ;-h will preach at all these services. invalids for lack 'I I ':iJfi.'MO s fi luraber. HO.fI\u< < > aft sawn t-!. \ ,.].. .' :
; / 1..' : of knowledge of ,\ I MADE KY ACME I I" I '
t. inil'or Il.oTJ;; ;; eft hen timber val BREWING CO. ,,4 ,
-- Sunday School at :1:0:: a. inMr ,
I" : lheni elves. It is .
\ t
., ...-1i ''t i > UC(' at U .t-fj3. 11
', :" { B J. A. Arant superintendent. Re- to this large body ntsl' IO-CK\T nIHIL"; Ht.En ', ;1 j', u':' I 1 ;

',. ;.. :.. _.....-..-...,.. '. ,. _,_" ,__. -...-, ,\ tt I viva will continue next week until of women that I)r. ,' \.1 t 1 1J I \ I Sailed. IX TOV.X.DA.NNHEISSER. ." ot"i,, ;, !,. ". 1' ,\ f.i
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;.. -- :. :. 'Y !Z t( -=- I notice of discontinuance is gi\tn. The I'lerce's FavoritePrescription ""I L Xor bk Clostburn, HuUrt. Buenos J '. l

> lfi[;; t- : : -i. ; ; :. ir.f ; ; people of the othir churches cordially comes as a priceless boon-, because it Aj ros. BROS.AGENTS 1:11! : : :: i[:' i. J t :: l

= = Hal scila; Toseanino. Spp'ia.Gor .
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incited to attend and in the cure womanly ilia. 'f.
L : assist /
; FOR THE i .t
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--.a CKLEBKATED ..i i't ; :; i : .
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; "Favorite establishes :
Prescription" Sa Secunda Cor.ii'lsun.! (;f'nna. .
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4 SHE yi{ BRED IN OLD reialork. \ y C it i. M
KENTUCKY.7 regularity dries \\eakeinn drains heals I W : !is : ... : 'I' '
: Ii Cr>r ss Donebola. Xaijcl, lifan' HnrJ1 f to il't""y. I "
; the _'. : ,,"; -:. : '_ _- :' ''O' <'-- -''''''' I! inflammation and uljer.ition and cures ; i'' j : : 'l ,. I
St. Katherine's Church. I female v.er.kness. It mikes' weak women m0'11 Ii. 1 ,: I

Ir :'iG a t I I'' I r : Ip : r"l'al- Katherine's-Cervan j I strong, sick women well. I IhITIt'lir!,i! Int lm: :>. Cworx ..t"," J".i,' ,, .oj.'I I
!I''-; Find and Sixth A\e.-The ]tev.\\ "After my first child was born" writes Mrs Maia House-M :S.; Pul.foi street I I "'
... of Fre.lt-nLk'Co., Va. ::4
} Jordiu stout FawctttKip 'I
; I1.! \\'. 1' Hudson, rector Third r t I .
i I. ] "my heath was \trrJKXT fir a inn!: nine uul .R. Kxclian I !;e-Opp. Union D elot. .;:' ,: ,It. J ,! .
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Lent The (' | last writer I was so bad with rain down in lakI QPERAJSQUSE.I.3I.CO1 1 .
-iii'-\ in Holy "mmuuam -
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CO.: DISTILLERY DISTRIBUTORS, PENSACOLA, FLA. could hardly more !Ihout,1 sufftnti( P. O. Box 351. Petif acoU, Fla : r, ,. '
;> uinrnii) Children's service and', :M\ husband jp;< nit a buttof lr IVrcr. s laxnrite r, : t .
l'Il'ocnl'tiQn .and a vial of his Pleasant :: :, 1l1Iat'r. Phonos 1111 2C8.J : i ;; I. # ,
- Snuiia:: behind l':3'i.: Murniut prayer IVUtlnt.:: .'" I u.,l as t'irected. In four la\s ._ 'J" t.

;L PERFECTION E. W. PEAKE, \ .-,'r\ ice and sermon at 11 a in. Evenng I 1 ni v%..(t'Urt.tltclitxT'1 tuna three m .:.ills lint 1 now-cm after to he tiMiig entirely the i' 1 I : '

: liver I? out of or- : prayer sen ice and !sermon 7..Jo: :, well I c m t see \\ iv it is that there, are su ONE NIGHT ONLY MAR 30 :
1 s'llknii\ ; wuinu \\hm there i such an :: !
, :.'. ''r ia possible if I No. SO J south Palifox Ftreet, keeps .lie rector will preach morning and are easy many the\\':ito hest in he the cured worW I"know jour aced cmes \\V 'b'J{ a 'I jtltJI, r? !'s. ,ff..rWIIUU'lAU :

I he right kind of a call bell*, wires and all kinds of Honingcek d'iy services: C\vry I>r. Pierces Pleasant Pellets the favorite tV i

i I '! '!:PATICUKA: 13 the : electrical supplif-s. Have him do ''lay, the prayers at 10 a. m.; each dayC'llt family laate. One'Pellet' a -TIIEI AM lihTAIL 1., !

a !liver tonic. It will ,, work. Call Phoneua.C.1t9TDIL.X4.: I' :\ Friday the irajcrs at 3 p. m.In.ry laxative. two l''l1cts' a cathartic dose. .! \, '
your GROCERS.Headquarters ..ff. 'L
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: Kverto your entire sat- I Friday, evening, the prayers ) I'VEST ." .J\\ ; ,it f ; ,f.

1 will provide excellent II :and address, at 7:20.: The woman's Christian. I, .. ,
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'.client circulation and Guild: of St. Katherine's meets every Central Christian Church, No. 1C t, : .
i 8 Klyd You Ha'.e Always" 3cQIBJgnatue .
Bears the for. 1f i :
I East Homana street Junior Christian ;
1! i th. Monday afternoon in the rectory at

i l' who does not wish his I fI I #+-#- 4 o'clock. All ladies of the parish i Endeavor at 9 a. .m; Sunday INSTREL JUBILEE Fancy and Staple Groceries.vALL : [ I ,
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: '.-hed, says: I cannot re-I i whether communicants or not, are cordially i I school at 10 a. m.;; Y. I' S. C. I:. at KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE-. I\'fJ, .( ..: -

:. I r :n extending to you, volun- \ invited to attend these meet ,I,11 a. m. SANFORD B. RICABY. Mgr. FANCY GOODS. .,. I ,f'_ .': I .

.' i!,y sincerest recommendation ings.The Universalist.- -- WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS r H (. 0: '

, .. !Heine and sell rector may be seen after any FOR I > 4 ..
you prepare MINSTRELSY. WEST FLORIDA FOR THE I : t' 0"
. There will be no ?(er\5ces only the REFINED ; .. :. .r
'e name or lIEPATICUTIA,! s>tr> ice at the rectory. CELEBRATED i' I !
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Sunday school, at he l'ni\ersalist :, 1 ;

n of its superior qualities! : The Rtv. Mr. Stephensill preach church tomorrow, a'\ the pastor wilt I II | ...PERFECTlY PRESENTED... Cafe du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home i .i\'I," J 1 Jt. '
!
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'\ -ier of the general system. '! r
'' Molasses Illinl and Climax Flour, I 1 ,
:' for the rector :n Christ church to- I be in attendance upon the state conference '
I.ing HEl'ATICtR.n1thoubh: Baylels! Delicatessen, German-Ameri ; r' t .
i morrow at the 11 o'cl'xk service I at Dcl'uniak 8prin3s.I SEE THE BIG PARADE.PiucES25 .
Food
: always been agreat sufferer I can Company's Canned Meats, 1.; .' 4
The electric and gas IKuires for the t Etc., Etc. 1 Wi 11.
752 and 1 00.
< on)'tipation and colds:: I have I "A : f
both oflIments new church have armed ana will be Salvation Army. Seats, on sale Friday: at noon. tb ,
relieved from :
entirely placed in the \building; at oiue. !. Special services will be held at the : I1 f
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:\ and I venture to say :Salvation Army hall on Sunday led Matinee and Xi;ht, RO.11t..11t. '

rd to the former, it has bottles no Vq First Baptist Church. !i by Staff Captain I:. \Vidgery, ofllanta TUESDAY, MAR. 31 I I H-A- ; ::: .
!' have used only two l .
There will le 110 services at thf,. .\ ia. Services at the uual 1. "
ICUR.so far, jet I find I
i hear him. .. iI.
should ,
|hours. Every one t "
weight of ItO pounds has First Faptist church tomorrow eai 1 THE SEASON'S SUCCESS !
I account of the ab.ieuce of the pastor, ;i Services Miry night during the week I I
d nearly 10 pounds. : 'a' n''j'
:.at eight: o'clock. An Elaborate Production of the
!Holts,,
at the fifth Sundaymeeting at '
in recommend- I
pleasure Beautiful .I.
C. R. TAYLOR Comedy Drama, .
1 'lL\ to any one desir- on the r. & .\. railroad. The :Sunday'. i Christian Science. BRICKI r.j '.'I '

",o very best constitue I school at ;>:ill a. m., and Young; l'erple's J- : t- '
Artistic Sweet
Shoemaker, Special services wil IIP conductedby Clover. ,
had. Sold by all service at fJO: : p. m., will \\n:! ; :, 1al .
KINK: WOltlII'ECI.Il'Y.!! : held, as i.biial.; Jude \\ G. lifting Christian I AI ;
Scientist, the Pensaoola Library With the 1'ereatileCharacterComedan! I
at

1A t.4\. 3'x OnXA.. ii Vou have Alaals: 1t'1' fti 1 1e Phone--- So.:::;. 9 North Palafox--St- Presbyterian Presbyterian.First ehurch. Rev. I. Sunday cordially! alII inv lt.cl.tl' o'clock.. The public H I MR. OTIS. B. THAYER ALWAYS\ ON HAND.HALF IiI h : 1i' 'i, r > -: !I i :

I II t1'I-l'ORnn in 1
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f.ld1 zJ Linn R. AValker, pastor.: Services all t f' .1" f
Friend '
Seamen's Society.
NEW SCHEDULE I and 7St::: >; Sunuay. School at 9:30::: a I The Seamen's Fiiend Society will MISS ESTELLE CARTERAnd . .i;. t'It. : nONE .

SEND' YOUR ORDERS OF m. "hold religious services at 30::!t p. m. I the Original Company.: -TO l f. i;. M; t

.
i' .' ., !1' ive fur carpenter or I German Luthran Church. Sunday in their reading riKim on A Play that will Linger Lovinijly In the .t ,

w .1.i .. I Repair work a STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, (:ierman services I't:30::) a. m.; EnItlielt : Souih Palafox street, in the cornery'bmldin Menuryol "lla\-joer MILLION :' N
I, I Matin-f J'riee"and: otic.XUht : ;
I services 7uo:i ra.: Sund.i; ; north of the Scandmauanchurch. ( :
1 I J. N. HOliFHmager: :: : ; p. Pnces-SJ; 5(), 75c;: and H.tK f .-
&hIH.I lt. 1 w. : i r.'nut ri'iuo! tuner toi'l. Leave Freeport Monday and service everyVednesday! at 70::;I 11 1.\\denominations! are muted. 11. C. ,I for Matinr-e! and Ni ht. I 1i. t .. r :

} ',:U. Mill :you hold Thu'ad tor morning*. I. :M. .It'rial'stry meeting after th t E, Cushman, secretary. MUHT; ONLY, Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing. a .
Arrixeat PtIl..ac"llnnday and ; }
> rend' it in, I haveS : I APRIL 3 -
close ol service.
Thursday i-i.'ht. Ill )ruing Saints Meeting. I.mDA Y,
: ;,riencc and have: Leave: l'en:-acoh: 'l'lf' day and I vice. dl.. ;' ..',. ;.
Latter Day Saints will hold) per .
t I It ph'I 111f.H.tor l'+. Frill ly nijrlit.; I 5- i t r!.': ; i
.' J >'! !n, Eat Chase Liehltr' & C Sup) Tb Prod'irtion! 41-t. 1 .; .
I I :' I led :Saturday; morning The Church of Christ. I street.\ Sunday night at G: :lo! (; ( .. df Mary John:tun sI !

I I I.. \-i! W. 1'rtESSLEi. : Church of Christ corner of Alcani 7.D.. Powell, presiding


PAIL: ; & DOLIVE. I 1 [ M[ CO.ij :' :and'J.45 J; :; a.JaC'ksontr'dsIi m.; preaching; at: 11 le a. u.school an I.,il'1 I'', No. 2",1<.\ Colored Hast-Intt-ndfntia Church. ,trr.'t : Capacity 50,000, Daily. :;k'It; ; I

.. ::1.., corner of n J iri 3OHTHERN I 7:10::!(> p. m. by W. T. Tracy of '1olaT'nn L. ; ::3l\1ulay Mhool at :Ji..W;:: a. in. Pn-aching AUDREYUramah

,'i I. i-n for cirppni. :prayer meeting Wednesday a t Sunday at 11 a. m. and ilu::! n m I ," II'j'' 1'1 ,

vv .'ik.or phone (i JtW.Ko 7 : :::1" p. m :Song:: practice at PV"niu !
I A Remarkable Case. Y1cf/1illan Brick Go 1 K : r
'" ) / :
with'FlOriu i>rut' beuins; ai 7 > oi'l-nk( ( in. JJ.M ,;
: :yen?h Wnffi..s One of the most remarkable cases of ,
and j''in us in th. :;o services d by H.ir K-iru and HF 't 1
l Cane Syrup at a cold, deep-seated on the lungs, Pine Barren Fla. fi '
4, nlll( in; un ; ) .
Solon n'K. I causing pneumonia, is that of Jlrs. .:: I Itt.

.- I Gertrude Fenner, Marion, Ind., who I .ht :
ti ( (( :,: .l
cured the of .ELEANOR jo :
was entirely by use one
-u'( e\ Honey ana Tar .. J.SorL 'dVtir' .. r '
ThAR Minute Cough Cure. She says: "The i ? ,I. f, ,. '. ,r I
curt, 1J/ti, pr\ents pneumoniA To all parts of the country.I coughing and straining so weakened AS D ,' .1" t,

-----.- I me that I run down in weight. from !. '1'

'I 148 to 92 pounds. I tried a numberof I Assisted liy an unexcelled company u Q C'. 'lr-'j, i f .

LIIjGD1RECfO1tY C I The Southern Express Company remedies to no avail ur.til I used including Irrest Hobmson, ArIa, \\PU I ; ;
J JZNIGITS WHISKYADELIQHIFDLBEYEBAGE One Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles : jj.: ., d f
I receives and forwards freight rvr of this wonderful remedy curedme Dwjer. Predtnc Perry. Selene Johnson 11 0 +' Ja

-OF PYTHIAS. money, and valuables of all descriptions ,} ry I entirely of the cough, strengthened George Wojduanl;, Anr.e Caver J .\I.I'j ;
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toll parts of the country, my Kings and restored me to my I IJ. Frank lamb and ;:11 i( others :.r'. r s ; .

P-n.at Ia, 1kIKt:: ', No. 3, K. of .'., with connections for Canada, Mexico I I I normal weight; health and strength. exactly as presented at the Madison t.i; : Irrd ',

m.. u every Monday even; Havana, Cuba, European points, I ney Ilargis Kahn.Pharmacy, John SheppardSid- Square Theatre New' York n eTAunA"T Jh. : i i" +ti !
::1{ atTSO: at Castle 'all. ftI I I
1. :. ti.. Klonnt-- Watson etc. '*- -'.* ",,.!..' PRICES-50: 75c $1.00 and $1.50, ,J.[I .1. L.
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\ I'.iM'.nu.third noor.sli" I Working Overtime. p- lr." 1' ,
t >s thru cordially The Southern Express Company NOTH urtair at 8/lt1 j I' m sharp. .l '
,' 1" Bloomed Eight hour laws aro Ignored by -
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JI J. \. Lnv. operates on \t1fM\\ ) miles of first-I I :1 those tireless, little workers-Dr.King's t I
'.. .. O.C. ONE NIGHT: ONLY, i > -:
D U. HORSLKB
; K.K.48. class routes, and in connection with New Life Pills. Millions are SATURDAY, APRIL 4 DAILY MENUS
I always at work, night and day cure j
the Adams Express Company, on I In; Indigestion, Biliousness, Constipation .t F f'w/
.
II .. InPILn. 13 and all stomach Comprise all the Up-to- '
>i\ through wa) hills, with throughcars Sick Headache MR. ERNEST SHIPMAN a'
,- llY evening at "::>', at Liver and Bowel troubles. Easy, Date Dishes the Mar- t q '
< r l'nU'i and! Invited.ttardenKnixhiMnrdmlly and through messengers, performs pleasant, safe, sure. Only 23c:; at W. Presents kets of the World )i f* ( ;

J, Al.HF.KT JOH zoos a unified service, constituting; A. D'Alemberte's drug store. 121 S. i AtIo.d.Dining 1 f'a( '

," AS.L' l'. C. the largest system of tho kind in A SAFE STIMULANT Palafox street. I HENRY LEICHTONSupported r s t ? Y

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the world. p.JoI -f?I' ? ) y I t... t.4 ,t t

I i'I": I',', ,. ,.l..p. No. 30. K.: of I* I Money Orders are sold at all A GOOD MEDICINE t Chf3'L'fR: I by Ladies' Private'o l '
: Bean the l 1hZ IJJJ Veil Hart Aatls1.; < r.0
1 'I h l ii: NT, $ Knights ot /? ;1}
l'1 .. agencies of the Southern Express'
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Thur.day.n- For Bale by FLORENCE GALE
.t..rv : ::atm -#
"'.. o, tnrirasth 11..11.ontwaann I Company at reasonable hours. Receipt & .t/:( I Parlor. .

.'_'''n,,'.::\\,,\ and C'irrtlillv lmlMm\tiirdon pcoiiivd.\ ,strretr.larr i>outti-. Is given and money is. refunded !I;11 Dannheisser Bros. I Anthony Hope's Fascinating y a 1 I'i I P

a .. U. AU.MON: if order is lost. I I We will launder your spreads for RomanceP1IS01IEH ; *

'. i l'. c. This is the to send IB cents each and make them look :a
arse\ cheapest way Regular Dinner Daily. Ef
like ijw. Star: Laundry. f ,
small remittance by mail or other. i
i J. :LContactor tUG TJ1E | >
I. 0. 0. F. wise. -
MEAT & MALT has a marvelous Short Orders ('rompUlt'lIIed. T
E. W. FOWLER, dietetic value. While refreshing and r

.I'ril"Ai-nla inalge No. 4 Agent, Pensacola, Fla. peasant: to take, it helps assimilation Mjcht or Dal. mI '
V I I' :'vjar evening; at 7.trt: at of food. Fold byI ZEJlDA. vft
.. vv.,t Intendencia street Branch Offices: DAXXHEIS6ER BROS. Of )
i- : r'L cordially tnytlad.C.JuuA.ausic.. O. J. B. Roberts: Depot: Store. ana Builder I If:1 t'lfomethin*Good to E.t s i
.. I II I you mub.yoa'll find It a t yl' f 1
s ", I ecretary.IC. Jas. Hansen[ Cor. Alcanlz and

Gadsden.J. PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND. CARPENTRY AND ELABORATE STAGE SETTINGS. l [Nick Apostle's] 1 (. '-,

:. OF L. E. Williams, Cor. DeVilliers and ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT ELECTRICAL WORK ft
I A TREAT IN ROYAL COSTUMING. Popular Restaurant I :
Jackson.Sol i SHORT NOTICE. .* .+t .* t : : s st
t I. II \.s
t'1 >uJav in each month. dencia. First-CIa's Work Guaranteed and Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone CiO, MERIT.. '#i I
W. 1'. U.TUARP. References Furnished. carpenter or electrical 1MWMWR
have
\ if yOU any
u'..IL)1. W.secretary. well done. PRICE.; 25, 50, Tic and $1.00.
COLUMN. IXTLXDLXCIA. i i work you want
Try The News' WANT 414 EAST 1 r

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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA. FLORIDA. SATURDAY. MARCH ::28 ,190


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France beginning with the year 1815,, Oldest and Largest

the United Kingdom 1801, and the CUBA AND Over 50 years ago. Doctors took right West Florida.lESTAHLlsnii Agency in

rnited States with the year 1190. .

These tables show that the total hold of it. Keep their hold yet. The : i8r..,
THE TREATY .
Entered at the Post Office at PenS international commerce of the world

aml& Fla., second class matter. now aggregates about 21 billions of oldest, best Sarsaparilla Ayer's. L CiljwOo., I
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Pitts Building 2U1h dollars of which about 10 billions is
OFFICE: Coolies
South Palafox street up-stairs. exports and 11 billions imports. The I MAY INSIST ON INSERTION OF -- -- --- Bros.INSURANCE

fact that all exports eventually become .
places more popular than they now NOTICE. I

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. imports and that all imports CLAUSE NECESSITATING RATIFICATION The firm of Peterson anj Long, .

Terms: Invariably In Advance. must have been originally exports BY THE AMERICAN: are.The evidence in the Buffalo murder' contractors and builders has been I I

One Year by .$5 00 suggests that the value of the world' case discloses the fact that shortlj'before dissolved by mutual consent.

Six Months 2 CO imports should not materially differ CONGRESS THIS YEAr R. E. PETEItSO.V,
One week bx carrier, parable Monday Pennell and his wife took the J. E. LOXG.27ml : .
from the figures of exports but the AND
.. .. . .. . .. 10 I fatal plunge with the automobile, they :! w
fact that the cost of transportationand II I
II drank whiskey. There is no doubtin
Advertising Rates Furnished"on Ap other charges are in many cases It Saved HI. Leg.
REAL
HnlnaIarch 27.-The
I chance the world but that it was bad ESTATE
plieation. addwi to the value of the export whet ,. whiskey. Many serious accidentsare P. A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ga., 1 I ,
for the carrying through of the reciprocity
it is measured as an Import suffered for six months with a frightful I I I
i
TELEPHONE NO 113.fSIBAOOLA. due to bad whiskey and people
eXPlains'j ttOO South
fact treaty appears slender, unless running sore on his leg but i I I'alalo\sr.t( >
in part at least, the should be more particular as to the ; t,
gregate figures of national imports' the United States Government writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve i
brand of liquor they use. They run
Bt.0 exceed those of coccc-Jes the to the Cuban wholly cured It In flee days. For i Phone 22. pESv a
Fy
(UNI I. exports.A right sen na risk when they got their whiskeyat I .
Ulcers, Wounds, Files, It's the best I
study of these tables presentingthe ate to provide that the treaty :shall; : the Merchants Dijon bar.A salve In the world. Cure gauranteed.Only -.

imports and exports of the principal not be ell'ecth'ejnless ic is ratifiedby 25 eta. Sold by W. A. DAIem- ,

MAEC3 28, 1903 countries shows that the United berte 121 South Palafox I
1' the United Slates cores; during SWEET CHILD druggist, GEXIU.I..IXT'i:

...,- States was in 1902 the largest export. the street. I
present >ear. DIED LAST NIGHT.

It is expected that Shamrock III er of domestic merchandise, while in The senate committee on foreign The Equitable

will have her trial trip today.It 1S70 her exports were exceeded by relations met this afternoon and decided Little Ruth Marie Finch, a daughter TO CURE A COM IN ONE DAY

three countries-France, Germanyand to report in favor of the adoption of .Mrs. T.Y.. Finch, died -it the Take Laratlve: Hromo Quinine Tablet

was a very interesting story the United: Kingdom. In "favor of all the amendments added! hone ol its mother! iast evening after TbissUm box: l'5c. ( Gyjt? n every Life Assurance Society t

those Buffalo lawyers forced Mrs. able! balance of trade," cr excess of
an illness a period of only
by the United States senate, to the covering

Durdick to tell then.Protection exports over: imports, the United treaty, but also to a separate I'rm'is- fits dal;. ThS imme-iiate gauge: of Mrs. N. Bowers will have her opening I Of the United Slate.

on imports und free States also holds Erst rank amon; I. ion as an accompaniment to the effect heath was ce-rebro-spinal meningitis.The of new Spring Millinery, Tuesday, HENKY. 11\11;, runiit
1 the nations her excess of exports funeral occurred:: this afternoon at
that the ratification be
trade in labor is going to play the must Wednesday and Thursday, March 24, ; Strongest in the
over imports bcirj? not only greater complete btfote L'eceriber .1. :3 o'clock from the Finch home. World:

- wild with this country yet. than that of any other country, but 25 and 26. . . I,
i The chairman of the foreign relations -
actually more in lioi! thin the total! blotches antI all other A FRIENDLY
REM'
Pimples, ,
t U' They do say there :s an immense ccninuttee, Senor liitstanRntemade : : I DER
of all other countries whose extlJrtsexc'cd spring troubles are cured by Hood's Try The News' WANT COLUMN. I II
p Amount of watered stock in awl a statement to the Associated
I the imports. Press at the conclusion Sarsaparilla most effective of Hereafter for all reic .,
at
i about Memphis, and Vicksburg correspondent
all spring medicines. I II lairs, festivals, plays. _
present time."Montgomery. of today's meeting at which wire I
LABOR TROUBLES hoard the representatives of the commereill E. W. PEAKE, dramas, elocutionary -

is ftill in the throesof HANG OVER COUNTRY manufacturing .r I asrrfutu-, I Electrical contractor and builder, I' kind of entertalnme <

the Good Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per will do your electrical work in fir..t- churches, societies Kvidujls
its municipal primary.
says ral interests, al: of whom favoredthe
Railroad and Street Car Employes thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. 'clas! style and at reasonable rat"... i where an ado
that
Selma Times. That must mean I ratification: of the amcriiK.il treaty I
t Promise to Fill Spring and Sum He can be found BI 30 South Palafox ed or merchandise or
the of
they are shaking dice for and nrsri*! that it !)e male ptferuvo PS
fices. mer With Disputes.A ; Millinery! opening of Spring fashions -I street. Phone 203. are sold there will be a ..
1, cloud! of labor trouble hangs over early as ncssible. I !
cents a line for first '
I During! the attention, said SeiiorCustamtnte Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, inse-
The Pennsylvania legislature re the country and furbodes a stormy I A. C. BINKLEY !scents a line for subseqi:1-
the: ccmmiitc were informed March 24, 25 and 26 at Mrs. N. Bowers desire! his friend .t
fuses to pass an anti'misce ation spring and! summer. The Wabash and the public to know that he has Obituaries and reso M "<
of the contents of a cable on South Palafox street. I !
bill. Well it be that they have Railway company is quarreling with II I spect wiil come under ti
may from Secretary fay to the c.!pct that Moved to Loom fins) Thif>'en \buildinir ,
its employes. At the time of writing I
1 not as yet seen any necessity for such ing also.
where
he will
continue
th? treaty could not be. amended as here.i ._
i a measure the employes of one of the sreatrailway i that the amendment covering the references CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, I, tofore, a jenerallaw prlicti e. -- -
lines to New Yoik and New : I OUR WARRINGTON
AuE.lThe
.1H
to applied only! to
James Toole announces himself I England are threatening to go out. congress No.3b rtouth Palafox street for your I

6 as a candidate for mayor of Mont The strike of Hit street railway em- the United States as giving;: assur-; electrical work. He i is prepared to G.NERI.Ice i i NEWS is on sale Ov Mrs M,
laces of President Roosevelt's intontian .
e gomery. Now that will never do loyes of \Va'erbury, (Connecticut Keefe at Warrington, who \s aut red -
to call a special session of congress do you a first-clans job at moderate
because if elected he would be every- laving been attended .,y the usual -- -- I|, to receive and receipt for am s...:.
afar to December. It was believed prices. Phone 203. I
: f ti bodys Tcole. !irritating! features of violence by the' ; scriptions. Residents of the nuni-
that these; assurnrts: coupled Cream Parlors
.+ ,' strikers and the aibitraty use: of !; tion may now be supplied with! a a
1t with the unanimity with which the Good Cypress Shingles $1.25
It seems that since he discoveredthat per *
iI! il.e power of injunction by the courts. of the paper several hours after '"1
!I her fortune was settled, so that business men tin wire consulted! thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. _:i >. Palafov Strt'ft. :
now promises -Ittelcp :nto a broad issue leaves the press.
her husband could not get control of struggle between the unions and the urged the ratification of the treaty I I l

'-I.8: It. the ICari of Yarmouth's love foritii street railway companies affiliated would result in a favorable repcrt'mbampered the Try The News' WANT COLUMN. I II NEWLY Malta-Vita, Shredded When BJ-
REFITTED AND FURNISHED.
by pio\iso but
:MIss Thaw has turned cold. Now with the \Vaterbury any
cuits. and Force with Cream >i 3,
tit, wouldn't that freeze you? There are scores of corpOl'atioa'j, ror.in'ince believes; that the chan?" 1 I All Kinds of Creams, Ices, Graces i' oman's.
OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine
hey ncoirrnenii will\ not injure the
I Fruits and Cakes.
and lockouts in other parta of the
That is a ridicu'ous story that I treaty. I' oysters today. Try them. i Ladies ,
e'[ untry and the weatlurwise in these PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIES are cordially invitea t
the effect I NIC I'
comes from Minnesota to APOSTLE.
:4 i, matters are hoisting storm signals. !! I OR PARTIES. i spect my Spring .Pattern ha:'
that Prcsn.er.t Koot-evolt's party ;
u b short, the air is full of the pour : ..
, to be kidnappedhile on their tour Malta-Vita. Shredded Wheat Maillaird's Candies a Specialty. I Tuesday, Wednesday, and T>

through Dakota. The sensationalyarn touts tint pricr-le a great clash of ) cuits, and Force with Cream at BiS'1 March 2-+. 25 and 26. Mrs. N ton .

capital and labor. The time unhap- tNEWS HOTES: Oman's. PHONE 602.
was told by a negro lecturer.IVnsaoola South Palafox street.
? lily> see-uis right fir !:ua misfor.une. -

\ The period of intiiti-a I- P.I '

fif ball snn.t'S: this wants fsnmnier to see, and some if good permitted an end and the great cornoialums Z.J ; m: ; G. w. & corr ::TG. w. & co :'4 NOW IS THE TIME TO FURN

IrI ; will patronize the sport ills,. of the courtry are ratable! to in"-!':!> .\, 1. i-ans;.111!! r I. ft at noon ,)day YOUR DINING ROOM AND MAr

t but it ho Rood ball. N'o heir expense. without seriously injuring 1 for a vist; nt several! days to his hum GREEN CO. STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT VoJ
aily; WATSON & ;
one circs: tc plnd time and money to their high-i/'ictd stocks and at\Vat3eka.Ils.! ':: 1 : WANT IN SIDEBOARDS, CHINA!

( of ball, xmils for which they hate t\ed divdtnds :1 CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS.
lotik at a bum game: anymore. : "
and, interest based upon pest Miss Haber Monrji\ay rf Milton !; \

I a guest of h&r-annt, Mrs.I It. I'.. Pet revenue and (''lIl nI!!itur<>. The work : CREX AMERICAN GRASS CAR'ETS
fH on East Cervantes street. b Sale of Muslin Underwear
The citi/ens !Apalachieola areeac nsmien after a long stie-tch of steady ; bo AND LINOLEUM, FINEST
I '
;.?r in g''t near a ('()rIO'.1lion. work are well organized and f..ell :'Ir'l.lzell' a.1liss Barnetto THING ON EARTH FOR YOUR

Some cnpialists visited that lilt It' that they han a.it had a joist !share )'i Montgomery, arrived this: morning for i a3 ...BEGINS.: .. ,yi HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE

city a few nays:: ace to look over th"> IIf the country's prosperity. The \prices': a shortioit.. :Mrs. :Mizcl' is wife of :

situation: with a \iew to building a of the '.e-cesfari'-s: of life hain- I! I at 8 O'Clock. RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTON &
the L. & X. train waster at :Montgomery. E Monday Morning

t : railroad to that plt<:{'. There was a re-ase-1. .\ pre't-jut.d: Eociil anagon- QUINA.

, large and enthusiastic meeting to con- !sm' between employers and employs I I i rtj

of has and finds expression Hun. E.!. \'. McCasLill, re, r< sentalive CHl.nv \lIt'll l:i"t.
-3 :!ider ard discuss he feasibility grown up I It is the kind of UNDERWEAR you like. The full wide and \ <
the project tint of these fm' days in such camjiaisns! against tabor un- to the lesUIature from Sint.i Ho : ----

A raod will ;;.> from some jvoint in ona as the ono taken by the presi- I Ident sa. was in the city ti-day. Ho goes uj I t F1' well made kind; made of Soft Nainsook, Long Cloth, Cambric >,' ( J rr.NEITMKK, nor : coiiMiiit'if ills ciintain.' >11\.. ',
s/ 'I\'II In ..il be '
(a !ue rc-i
Alabama down into that country andtake of the Wabash railw1}'. All : 10 !!l"ff Springs tonight.: and Domestic. The Pries are Marked in Plain Figures and f r"'< III" fur UftitH'iiiiriiri ii ii> :

harbors these thinas easily:! e-iplihed! ) crew of aaidvrsrl. B. o uuKJr.><:iI'"otlW.J..WIITI'II :
are as I
F f in the three magnificent Iiopiit:- Marsha! Frank Sander; and ; ("{ i i .."'.,,i
i>f ;Andrews,; flay St. Joseph awlApala'hit'oI.1. as the origin of atnios-pheric illsurbances. X'they are just about One-Haif what you have been paying for O. Von.llln. 7
arrival of
E wife are rejoicing over the j
't They will be needed in but the resu'tait' l'urriu1I'i I I Q >J-ITJ\J-K.b..e..lI .ia. .
a fine girl which took up her in-rma-1 V Garments of like appearance. Just come in and look them
somebody s business, now that the ,; none the less disastrous becausenearly I sm> nor co'1A'anrof ibtMi I
nent re-sidtnct at their) iu.'ne I last i 3 es t airierax will -
t isthmian canal is i assured.STATISTICAL e\erv leather observer can I **} over.. No doubt ycu will see something! you want and you I kponsihle fur. dflitad eouoa
evening. by the cie.v of hail veb "l.
tell wherce it spiarg. It is a mourn-I J.-\s.1J UIHHON.!

' ABSTRACT ful o-immentary lIlIn human wisdom I Dr. M. lemfi?hl. assistai.t to nr.1 V f will be glad you car'=. I!Sutherland InneiCo.Cuusignra i. Cep'nin emU

a OF THE WORLD. hat with all the general knowledge i G. Goldstein: the ocoilist, pas arrival\ ''
:
(>f the sources of oese ;Industrial I in th> city ard viil remain one wwk ;j ( 5 We are Showing NEW.SKIRTS and SHIRT WAISTS! ana ci Fri lUrraiica- K.a., :Man h

I This is the title of a publication under lisisters the American; public! is ?s at the doctor's parlors at the C cnm' j jl I'"" : ---'al"J: ; prop'i-.al. in tri, ,' "

preparation by the Treasury But powerless[ to avert them a i the ship bin l hotel. !j Some Bright; and New Novelties; ;in a "NOTION" Way. ; will' \\n- fI'e.'n-,1| iiuul 11 a, n. A
of p :!", I'-:" :!, for constructing D;.'
section '
statistics. the tir
t rl'alnf owner is to avert tie tornado ..
iafhi\ lur officers' quarters, m. '
{ hiol' will bo published in the forthcoming he weather bureau has told Whkb'l Mrs. T. I:. Brooks and son of' !gun; -shed r tort liarranras- F'lareserle '

of the Monthly Summary :Xtsh\ile.! Teen., nave been ":Kni'in- & CO. Ji .
t Issue sf.rtinir from the West l.idies. I.ike li i >p.: A GREENVfTSON : -; right to n-jcct <>r ur I i'

t t of CVvuniorro and Finance. the superstitious manners, the jvib a few days at ijt. Andrews. Fla. Th<-y r I or all proposals lOr any par I'

it. will h, arrived in I'tnsacla: last niKl.t nail at m ---""''- f I Information furnishfii on aji-: .'
The work when completed lie can only pray to the blind forces __ G tal L CO G. IGREEN110T /. & COQ;-=
"'J. ; .. .__ Envelopes coiitaiuincpn.po-a-
r as the title implies. an abstract or M-MnI the \\ r>irwlr.11! and tnpe that noon today left for their home :nN'ashville. he niarKci! "l'rll"-ab for t

i sitnin'iruati: of the national statistics the storm will blow o\tr.-Finhy! : i ion I'ulilir IJ'iililiusa>l'i! .

of the world including area. Vte-r D,mho, :n {'oIlit'r'spr1!! House- I.;. <"OLI:, Q. Mkli .
Mr. C. I:. Dricker. solicitor for !.': : '. ,
.
\ j : J: L Apr 1 r: 1-
Imputation. !imp Hi*, evpoits, revenue.cxpomliturM n('!hl N"'imb: >'rMarch .
\erne county, Ala., is at th.I"'r''h!! $ --- -
:. dobis. money in circnla & CO. .
hotel '. A 'j',
juts loda) temporary i A
Hot Chocolate with
*ion. principal pnductions, the
in hi,: mass of legal busicesss' prahl"j! l Solonon's.
: sources from which imports are drawn Whipped Cream, at -
hint to take a run down here and view '
1 and the countries to which exerts\ are WHOLESALE GROCERS ,
ihe formHanle! squadron. ... ,


'. fl': distributed.TV t.rst' !:f'ction.Ill'h I is: to mak April May' ..lude; J. II. Richaids of Gr..a'-i.ii-: -
104 106 East Gavernmsnt: : i St. PENSACOLA FLA. STEAMER LIKE SCHEDULE
of Nos. 102
1 Its appearance in the next issue .\la.. whu is re.-.iiiHo at a te-im of ,

I ,I the h'r.lhllnm'ar ', shows the t:> There is a Lest time for in:* the circuit court: at Erf-wttn. rim .-- ,

tal imports and total exports of every i ever'thin-that is, a time when I' down this niornir.s to remain for two I I II I tetwren PetiMicola ami 'lill..n-II<,at

Ifr-} country of the world for which statistical I thins can be done to the be.
t : statements can lie obtained extending vantajre most: l'i1ihand- most ef itichhrda was attracted here by the

luck to toe! earliest i cried for fectively4)W is the best time : :N'o'th Atlantic cqua-Iron and he sc- I! "CITY OF TAMPA."

which -Idta are available. It also includes for iturifyins; your blood. Why : "tthe first; opportunity to run down : ,.. Milton 'Ham,: Lvpfomicol*,. JJ s!II

statements of the area popula Because your system is now trying and see the prettyessels.. I II II treo.a.oavs am Ar Miaou ..ohmraredc
to it know this the I I ; Hound trip,II '"
:
lion revenue, expenditure, debt interest purify -yon by I : I

charge, currency and stocks of pimples and other eruptions that I If it is true as reported that the -

haw come on your face and body. I fleet will sail from here m \prll. remarked
money of each of the principal countries
timeThese I one Jackie to another on the j IEWELEIOH/ : HIS
of the world at tho present Hood's Sarsaparillaand
United street today I in'er.d to have stored' 1 i
statements are reduced to hi

PillsAre i my kit for strictly medicir.il use ? STANDI
,States standards of currency.ieiphts Bon Bons and Chocolates. NEW
> best i I
I bottle of Godring! qlior. I
and and are therefore ,
\ measures the medicines to take they do '
easily available both for the actual know what it is. for I have sample! 5- rtii:: DII LICiIUS:
the work thoroughly and agreeablyand !!
and it is the lit =t sal purest to !lkfound
.
contain
information which trey fail do it. r, t:
never to moved -
have my j jewel
I in ir. w:' have visited R \\:1h DJALEMBERTE : ,
>
the commerce of each a"r .
recording
Hood's are th.* medicines YOUhn' : 121)< South. Palifox, former/ :
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of the way, to please the Irish !b ;. s.
and for compirison country ;
country : tj always hoard reeomini-nded. i _. Bias & Co. and au :. a
pied by ,
with country in regard to the\ 1mI I Gol'iring :shrill chant.' the r" Druggist and Apothecary. 1? 1 South PFt lafos St -
;I I. 1.'t rertmn'.l 11",1"" S-.a:'villa better( prepared than t.'nr' -
and export trade Most of ,l ltable's >. to" c.'y'! ss a 'pr'm.r r. Uhru .,. his siloons 1.! I hf T ', '.:. -,-- --- -. ---- -
port tike it itthe p-.MS we *". f... 'i i ji.'rt'in! .:' .. lrl'atbualnsintlhmonj.w: ; :
and ne Sear ach : '! i :.; tIt! -' 'i i :-1 t .. j
showing impor s ex; the sum ( : Rai. S. H.GL: a1.Less, i :a.
laxative Rromo jewelry, etc. Call and see i
extend back as far as 1S70. and in I Hood'3 SarsaparKIa: remises tc rock am soma aiipropriatc: nit -v guinin\ en fNfl"1 let me convince yon.

many cases much earlier; that of cure and keeps the promise. bodying! this idea would mit. List ,1 Cures Cold mODe Day, Cnp in 2 Days V.s.' ? /rpyy box 25c I J. I. dTEPHENa'




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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACO FLORIDA BATURDAYw MARCH 28.1808. t t J


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DANGEROUS !, HAVE HAD THEIR DAY. No BOOB. c f' ; : t
J WCULD! YOU BANISH 8PEYER TELLS I, .. W. C. O'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK, Cashier ; /tM.tj'm"f i, I!t'

SPRING HEADACHE ? Old .Fashioned .Medicines .For .Ca- '. J. ; .-President' ; JOHN PFEIFFER, Ass't Cathitr. } r !-.

arrh No Longer In Vogue. :

OFTRAGEDYJOHN For many years past the usual AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK lj Jj (iOr ID

,treatment for catarrh diseases was ; .

fry Nature's Cure, ,. with local douches, sprays, inhalers PENS AGO LA, FLA. f.'iJ ,if!: n .

CELERY SPEYER, WELL KNOWN IN 'and liquid medicines composed principally Designated Depository of the United States. t\J\ I-; I) l :Ivtt

JUNE'S\ of alcohol, all of which never ; I" J J
Condensed Statement at the close of business March 20 I..; ..t. l, 1 l !
19(13. 'i
PENSACOLA, ON TRIAL IN KANSAS cured but simply give the temporaryrelief tiLoaesand i, .'. :\l\\
i :: I-
CU II'OUNrD and stimulation.A RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. j' i.j.!!?
CITY I" l t 4ttF:
FOR THE MURDEROF thorough cure can be made only Dli'counts...... ... .. .. .. .. ... .. $375,03762 Capital Stock $200.000.00! :, tL I .. l "
. You Will Quickly Rejoice in a. by the treatment removes the Demand Loans...... ...w........ ...... .... KJ2o3iOverdrafts w> Surplus 20.000.00 1': ;. 4r.;: f
.j! HIS SON. ..... .. .. ...... .... .. .. .......... 2,35293: Undivided 509.39 t'it', $ { f-,' ). !
Nell Life. catarrhal poisons from the blood.A U. 8. Bonds and Premiums... ..... ...... 213,806.87 Circulation\ 125,000.00 'tJ 'fL h dIP."; t i

varied In new remedy which meets the Stocks, securities, etc... ..... .. .... .. .... 2,6200Dividends Unpaid....... ..... .. .... ..... .. M.OO JJ i.t., .J is 1' '. } ,
.,.'; u l, "s are The following account of the trial requirements and which EO far hasbeen Furniture and Fixtures... ..... .... ..... 6.71848! Deposits..... ..........,.. ... ... ... .. .. .... 621,316.81 ; ) ij w v': t7
..." .. ': tiv" produced by a of John Martin:: Speyer, now being Cash and Exchange...... ...... ...... ...... 283,16630 i t- !
;:. ., .. the- majority of vie- remarkably successful in curing ,

'. ,> -- :h'r i: from nervous or conducted in Kansas City, will! be of catarrh is Stuart's Catarrh Tablets. 'i 1lj. U *! -I 1. It:

"i.>!.hVhen neglected: interest to a large number of These tablets act on the blood and Total...... .... .... .. .... .... .. .... .. .... 966.910.20 Total. .. .... .... .... ..... .... ... ... .... 1966,910.20 ,.,jnf! l '"
people '
cause serious
qittckly ::
." '.H': v.il a'-tlr'lliy prostrate in Peusacola. Spejer gave a mucous membrane only. This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give li' +? \ 1 i l. ., :'} ,. 1 j I

" .." ;.I'rro m headaches, to wild west performance oa East: Gar- '. They can hardly be classed as a your business prompt, courteous and careful attention -f J r' v"t\\ t >

'. -i 1 are wcially: : subject, secret patent medicine as they are 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS r i< :
'h, and inflamed nerves den street in this city during the car. ; j ; : '1. I
composed of such valuable remedies :
t: 'I I brain II-HJF: circulai ni\al week of 13u2: : }r .i.}

. ,: 'i ,, Bilious headaches Kansas City )10.Iarlh:: 27.- as biood root, Hydrastin, red gum of : t L. !I : :, t : 'j.r' -

'.,omiunk'd by sickness Eucalyptus tree and similar antiseptics !
o' K There was a pathetic scene in the ,t,* '. T .j;
combined in tablet form, which "
'
criminal court yesterday morning, : f' .,'
cure by eliminating from the blood i' '" .
: I"
when John Martin Spejer. the New. .. ,

Orleans horseman torn of the,death and mucous membrane the poisonsof ) ) ( ;1,,, :'.' ,n.,. i v !
catarrh. i
of his little for whose murder hIs i" j .
son \ r" .
I Stuart's: Catarrh Tablets are largepleasant "- ? -. .; 19i 1\t "t'
Ill"J
on trial. As ho told of kneeling "1 '
: tasting lozongers!; to be taken .i. i I : l'' 1 .
'
over the boy seal cutting his throat !; ,

the man sobbed. Spejer made a''I I: internally in the,' allowing mouth, thus them reachingthe to dissolve t5)) rnUDID@ll G> AyI : i'f' i : JOJ J-

I
siood witness in his\ own Lihalf.Sjxjvr : t I.-
t '
I throat, trachea and finally: the r 1 :.. ii' i-\, \ ,
said: he was a general: horseback 1 j : I ; -.J
stomach.If I .. '< 111 '" .
\ performer. d. .i ; ; ; ,
desired: they may also! bo dissolved '
\ I om '
fs. .... I ".\Vhiie\\npit., Tot, a tc:32: : : 'j II "I ,i :
in water and used as a douche! I }
,; l1ckll:111! ts I couldn't t stor; tin I I'f'. j .. ,
I in addition to the internal use but it -1 .1' .
\
-j ) into crowd of -- I .
I'95r from wins a women I ----- 1.\1 i.
: :
is not at all neecessary to use a j4'i.
:. :and children I jun'ped! off. Theho'se ,If, ;
hi douche; a few of them dissolved in '
struck ne ".'. tle; !Iff' Fide! of j"' 'I'
V'Itl. will be sufficient '; f '
I the mouth daily .
I .e heat! \\iih Iwth knees. ThU sidoU : B. H. FAIRCHILD, ; .
IKraeer.hca there h much stoppage ,it.- : I I. ,
<'f > of the face has no feelins;; cr I> IT o u s T Enasn CLOTHING ; ', .
made from J.
: of the nose a douche \" t .
it I! j, dead
these tablets: will give Imme latc relief 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. ieo oeeAXD ;W. ,
'!)<( Nun nmeniLfT having::; taken\ I L :
:' but the regular daily use Inter'lI111y ...oet Work and Refinishing Furnitjre a I
voter baby in >OIT irms and attemptins :, fJ f
c tY Hill euro the whole catarrhal: Specialty. i '
t'> j'lmp nut of the window once j .: ,
trouble without resorting;:; to the iaconxeuience Phono 40:1. I t f. ; ". <' t' ,
in Now Orleans? .f '
I of a douche. INOONt0i0tON00 '. '
:
IINJ.; nmiY. "I have :a flint"recollection of it. Dr. Bennett stated "that the internal I t'THE NEW ORDINANCE tl S 0 E S 11,1.:::1 ; '; '

It's !like a dream. ,, fi
' ,i- Mid' -.\ Life Sav; "d treatment of catarrh by means WAS VIOLATED SOON .aa. ; .of .: .
..
: I I'ni'!: C. '.. .. "-r lj II.n "Why did you: tic it'? L.. ; ., .
of pleasant medicated tablets is rapidly ; ,
)
"Ian't c-,lain it. .
taking the place of douches andlocal Alderman Re-illy's new ordiananco: -AT- .t, f :
"l> remember of having arisen I II .. f
o
1;.iThey: iliu.tu.: .n. 'vil1auc in-<'S ,. from l you>v. ; : :'"
\ "probably the best and certainlythe ing! trains was violated )'
11.1 rui.ili.lld Ii wit. *
] I riding? t'
springtime| able and <"'I'IL safest remedy at present on the ternoon by De\erly Colliding, white 1 r ; 1 ft
'v ':;. fir. i. !
(
lili\-i( latin. Urge; upon UKI.MMil.j I market w Stuart's Catarrh Tab- and Dennis Page, colored, who were 4 w The Store. i ; : t; t '
Big {
.'t tu li"a.i.iehelh "Why did you do that? I
r. < lets, as no secret is made of their caught in the act of boarding a train > ,
I'aitif'% C'cli-ry C'lmiwmnd. IItbousamis ""'l.lI. I thought the Ir.ti:1D5'r I I '. ...J, .
all the really efficient Officer The defendants > # ''
of cases This \\dii composition and by Humphreys. ,' I ,
".'incily has jirodiiot'il, Iai I'I'Y' after' me. I I' catarrh remedies arc concentrated said\ the officers representations Ho.NO.ao.ao.o.e.o.0.aNao.ao...o.....N.N.w i ;'i j.1. t '
I "What here you doing just proviods |
:anent re-Milts after all other in this tablet." were true in respect but they y ;'
every .1:
t lrc. lni-nt fa n.,1. I'nliki' to the time coil were arrttsed\ Catarrh ,We arc now in a Position to Offer Some of the Greatest : : I! ': :
I Druggists sell Stuart's were not aware that the prohibitory ;
,1' I1t'3 claiming IM'plllar'j in Kansas City? .;to I!
.
'. I.e's (,(-I..r)' .11111'11I,1, Tablets at 30 cents for full sized package law was yet effective. In consideration Values I in Men's) Boys' and Youth's SuitsEver : '- "
the perform
"Announcing next 4" .
and fffcrtheK n'stills. I and he will tell you there is no : of this truthful admnwl..l1 anent,I .1 ; ..
ance. Silown in This City. jib \ .
I and sick ''iiilo! ni ,
x
[ safer more palatable efficient and I the: mayor Bu pon>l<:xl sentence: with ,j
,'\ t>f nerve farce. I \\'hi approached you first regarding .. -
convenient catarrh cure known to the ; the: information that tho: daring an.l 0---.. !) It., .
'irliv liter mid ---- -- ---- "
per thin rhrtrpc? .
t'
'"r. The01 Ii uf l I! trade. foolhardy. acts were not to be repeat: l 1 r
and 1't. I
"A ; I .
I woman came up o ue . . . . . . I
,
1 '!BI>nl,1: inot a I ed. I MEN'S CASIMERE SUITS FROM $3.CO TO $18.00 '..1. _,. i ,
sh.Kik her fist in face. Ai.ofher i iI
i pain: it efffctti my . . ''i -
MEN'S FINE ALL WOOL WORSTED SUITS $12.50 TO $20.00 t!. (. j .; : ;
and little with her Sill KMCIIF\ AFIKMOV.conolive. : < ..1'f
il t and caiiM's ill I \\c"nan gui wore BOY'S KNEE PANT SUITS . . . . . . . $1.50 TO 6.00 :} f 1.J: t
!in'inly liniii'ilii'ti mel bad : am'' I l .
laugiiaw
> : FraaklinMI I The woman i, \ 11P'ulir: \ ol YOUTH'S LONG PANT SUITS . . . . . . ;6.j0 TO 12.50 ; '- l'f $ \ '
: .oy. add me to shut up.n officer came i \ ZA' Cotur Is Leon CI1ll1.lI'UIi i nn. GOIiDSTEIfl !
I j- CELEERATED CRACK-A-JACK AND SANDOW PANTS FOR BOYS. ; .
I knew the lit No. 1 1. Knight : .! {
if
ii and asked me r.1 lery i
'! several ronK1 I THE WORLD FAMOUS; DUTCHESS TROUSERS FOR MEN-AWRITTEN fIt -
I Templar, at Su: o> inTuesday j J' i' ,
p. .
I using tie girl. I said 'No, but that 1 hadce'n : I ;
began
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IS HERE ,,
N. March 31. GUARANTEE ON EVERY PAIR.MOTHER'S ,, ," 1 ?

', 'llMIUHl.|cared This butu \ her. A large:: crowd !gat.it: d. I Work"in the K. T. de'gr.e. ; FRIEND SHIRTS FOR BOYS . . . . . 50 and 75c ,3 l''

\ :and<< made me. UK 'As I i,asei! n> tie tent I heard! somi- l. 11-iwed by n biiKiuet.Sj' I THE OPTICAL SPECIALIST IS $2,000 STOCK OF MEN'S FINE SHIRTS, . . 50c, 75c AND $1.00 i j' '''i' { !
Sir Kiji lits are courJ. 1
one say: "Tlu-j'!! lynch him' I went : >urning ; .
:i..in.:: I It :5' the HE ESCAMSIA ; THE BEST VALUES ON EARTH. : : "
AT
teou-h'. (ill\'lttd. STOPPING i .
i in the liniise." i into the tend unlocked\ my box and I i .
;:0 H. KEU.KB, E.: J. HOTEL.-SEE HIM ABOUT \ "
I i.rry of Xortli! ,took my coat out. It then struck me BARRY \V Gluon, I 'I

that the ho)' might: he in the tent.. Iteeorder.REACH'S I YOUR EYES. tPACKARD.. tit.THE L
i'iionnil! | is the' __ I ;. :
rh Three year.mllammaiion .; 1 railed! to him and saw him Ijinvthere1. : OFFICIAL s 1 .Ill

olmi I look his shoes and stockingsotf. BASEBALL GUIDE SHOE FOR MEN. '. ; :

-! pruMration. 1 not 1 shook him to wake (him I, "I '. A. t '
i.ntkT the doc, i Hodidn't I I 'i t 1Ii, fT. \', 1\ Ii (\ (\ r\ ; y'1': ',.
ha good boy.
all lha.isht: 1 I and toll him tu The H"l'h.IIffil'ial American LeasutItasfli.ill ; I ( I1ER A HIGH'GRADE SHOE: AT A POPULAR /t''ii"v .h .:
wake. I kissed h.m: gootlby.IHllb.man .. I \ Guide fir Il"t! :5 has reached !I _- rd; i iI I II II.lrt ? i iM : ; "II.1. .

111' 1 not help my The stir; hurry up. ThenI I The News through the kindness of the> 'I I !/ '. PR.CE.J.O; 't.! ',.. ;: ..

:.1 !I.r! ;g: cniiUS'l' tll ; hardly !knew what! happened i faiwtlern I I 1l i
A..1. Reach Company. Philadelphiapuidishers. For Vici and Box Calf. J. 1 a1Y ,
.ut I hear ol I' I ; t
most
is the
Renembor the sen
'. and stringing i ire '!11) to a post and The guide is up to its eye I' r
cum
'iiui! fJ'
I It samed he : shire organ we hive In its normal t 7r 15, .l aa
nbused. = "
Freddie I
I murii thai I than IC'r saw him condition we can see at all distance I\ U' ..
'I :it looked sweeter i and! is valued gift. 1'11l"ok, I Ii .
.
u rk, :nrnelhituia and thn it 6''<'l\wd as they alike "'e can admire the beauties of ;: 9 e6 tip .1 ,
before l contains! a complete history of the I ; FOR PAT. CORONA AND ENA- f:. ..1 ,. ;
I il were
!( i if[ it had American League's campaign, reviewof ", ,1 '
:
Col I knifeout .ind 1 coul.ln't !help it. in life. The eye is often abused'and .::::\ MEt .. . ... .. . . .$-.00 t, th' "" 1
i.l I'ainc's all oilier baseball associations, ofll 1" 1
I Some irr-' istabk force compelled: ( meI neglected the sight becomes 101.1 uN 1 I. ', I
-, :: coal record of the American Lettgiu I I a :; ;, "+
and artificial aid, : ,
to resist. I saw paired requires -------------- I
was powerless and all ether! players, t hof1j'ial 10', I > ... .{ .
'T'y; Averted. attention is of no }
medical
the '.'UK*!, aid thin I tried to rut rules the 1003: schedule of the as q f" .

.; of time our lit. mown throat, but something struck playing American League and other statisticsThe Iluf'nCI" there is only one con'f'-I The Swellest Line of OXFORDS to :',: "i :' I :

!1"writes Mrs. \V, 1m..." I restore the sight to its normal condition !! 1., ,
familiar features of Sam Leetrthe ;
be Found the
,. ant City Ohio said fl.ntce left herh'toband I and that is by the use of proper -- in City.! I. { .J .k t..
Mrs Soever t t
I celebrated) nttsburg pitcher an .. '
.f
;'::-ived sad havoc indtnt! to her mothers the I classes. Dr. Goldstein; is in the city' ij .I
of
I discernible iu a good picture : L..1"
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.i .t. rrible cough set : home in ;New; ()rll'an"'I'l''t'r joinedher I and will remain a few days, This is :, A
l'i't Lurh aggregation.;; 1
; l
rs treated him Once he got up in the Light androue I the opportunity of jour life to get : v A' Hjt : 'i
f every day.t : ;., :: Burley & Stevens' Shoes for Boys'I
on his horse, crying: that classes:: fitted to your eyes to make '. .. ..-H! ,. .,...
away I ''
OF
REMEMBRANCE \ ,
LOVING \
i rKing's New Dis IN ..., ', :::\ / ,' F- I ,
and our dar the Indians: were after him. I you see properly and to ret and I "--lln "v" :,, .,.: *;> Made to wear. Every pair warranted :, "+ I, p l' '
!ion
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i JOHN F. PFIFFER Mremnhe'n them. Ur Goldstein; is well : ,:',. I t. '

s now sound and!), I. Singers and Public Speakers will Who Departed This Life on March 1, known to some of our (citizens end is \ : to give satisfaction. 1' ; ;. f t<,'
to know, ; \ i m .
n'isht ,
:; find Piso's Cure for Om-umption" an I! highly recommended. Dr. Goldstein I .b 4IHhiHi i. r: 0

cure for Coughsdiseases. ,''i :ifTeetnil: cure for Locrsness. 28, 1902. charges you nothing; for (',\aminatlnI11 \) \11 V '; \) 1' ,' 'j ,'. ... "

: Guar.1 I .:i'f/"I" 'j t'
the l'
> .Uemberte. 121 S. or consultation! an.l111 give you YOUUS KOFI TRADE, : :
t, 'fit ;
,
i 'o GOc. and $1.00: RALSTON PURINA DEMONSTRATION. ; Dearest father thou hast left us proper( adi.'ce.The .

I Jus-t c.nc year ace today; value of perfect fitting glasses tlofiti f t

I I livery day: during! the week (it(: Hut 't is God who has bereft us; I with reference to health cannot lie ,1l1iHiaut IOiJI1OI1 \ ioiu { t tYt ; .

,',ed Wheat Bis.1 March :are: hiss J. 1Hm ,'r\ will I lie can pl! our sorrows heal. over estimated. Their effect upon

.\ 'ti' Cream at Sol' demonstrate amt talk interestingly. : let a ailH' hope to meet thee the nervous system is direct and !' in.! I+ if a t

about itAI.srOX;; 1'11UCIrm.L;; ?: \Vhvii the day! ot life is lied, through: this I ..lir'ctlr11"111" the ei,' I p i Jt i! >1

--- and rruixx HIALTH rhouu. .\. ; \nd in hea\en with joy to greet theeWhere tire organization. WE ARE EYE EXPERTS. : r

"i it tvht; may -.P It.INK'ILL; HH CIVHNKUKI : I no farewell tears are shed. .\ few of the troubles which rt'MiM! 1A\\\ TfJ 'a .
IL\I.: TON; I ;00 \\ "li'-jwl in roaorlnq l'.rh'ct-llJht I..rt f
!'oa'- OIKtoi i : ': with every purchase of two, I directly from neglect! in this narMcti I l 3' eel K' 'Hiving Kv-strim: bwati't* we j f I t"i ;
/ b.ive ,'mpD"'l onrsHMM wiih the It mMod. '
packages! of H.\L TOl'EnF.L;; lilt' !has gone from his dear ones, lar are: Neuralgia; Sick Headache, I P \\ ..,- :;j.l.tz" % :;uAUDnar.+" which,with I our n- ; : (J : t.

-- I The ladies are retiucgi-d to call I i, His ('\Iiltln'n.is wife I and Nervous Prostation. In addition 1: l ). .\< ''rj.. ''.77/'" / / .uce".rIKnO\\I..dlo"nd"s,'. ; l'rlI'De. luturtgCONHLTATI : .4 t

e'S OF ALL GRADES, I Whom he willingly toiled for. to the general diseases, I have enumerated i iI ". ,. .:>>r. ....,/,y I 1!I, ', t '
F and often. 2.1 : '
:
TO $12.50. SIXTY early :I :-t ; ? ; : .NHIKI3jjf3i : ,I.1lJ : :h .
f, c "RIAL ON OUR LAMIA ,, JAS. )1'l1 ralI. Prop. And lined as his life. the! following local affections k :'y'W.h. 'l.r' .;t

i ?L' T MATTRESSES. TROY. Phone 103. ; \ewOrl\'ansGru't Co. : Oh God. How mysterious I often result from uncorrected errors r---,7Jl #;/t.- ; THEO. BELLAMORE, J lj } ;

"' .E' TON: & QUINA. March: :!3Jt.s : I I And how strange are Thy wars of refraction Conjunctivitis (!!'rann.1 I .'. ., .J'1: W' 4' j '' ) 'I 'Z 't JP HTItTf G IPTiCLt\. it' f .- I IGrnAux'e
this lo\'etlune, of ; i'
To take from us hated lid-i i, Keratitis with Ulcers < ;
I F'' ;<" tr f'arl, France I Ld Phit 1 u' ;
In the best of his days. Cornea Paralysis of Nerves, Atrophyof I I <,; .': ,. -. (' .1' adriphl... .1.1 ,.. ...i
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*' *' Xerxes. : t :.i 1 I c282 ;! : +
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r. -
.v- v. x wv w* SOUTH PALAFOX ST., OLD ARMORY BUILDING. : t-.I
from our home dea most ..
We miss thee A sail mistake I is made by people .. '.

jj ,< LENTEN SPECIALTIES JJ g father. in putting off spectacles too long. $,, .'M.H;.' f ,. I I .'

We miss thee from thy place, The old advice "Don't begin) specks:

-AT- 1.-\ shadow o'er our life is cast. until you have: to," has done a worldof DR. J. H. MOCK

I yl I We miss the sunshine of thy face; harm. Anyone can by strainingand ,
CO'S.
& I
i CAHN
.SOL
.. .. < I We miss thy kind and loving hand. I squinting and looking sharp go

Thy fond and earner care a long time without spectacles, but he
,
11 11 tl K"m:' GKKKN "'''I''': nET : Our home is dark without thee, : is sewing seeds of destruction to his DENTIST. t

"!9.
"l.Htt.tu ,--.n KOK.11XNY i From his loving I Consult Pr. Goldstein. I i' j jI
!
HERRING. 281 S.1: Palafox Street, & Old Armory Building 1t' f1 .f
; t.i.oV I -:it-. H'I'IItIU: ) I "'IFED;; C III LDn E\;; Specific examination of the eyes ;

KIU.i I I i I free of charge. I CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. (f 1 : ; :>

4 Generally Kept ia a First-CIass Grocery. PHONE [Lla. !I'i I Try The News, 10 cents per week, i ROOM 31, HOTEL PARLORS. ES. ,
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I CAMBIA HOTEL. :!im1\\ I PEXSACOLA.\. Jf
K$ $S I delivered. t ,

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY MARCH 28,19O3


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-FREE MEDICAL- ADVICE TO WOMIN.vrrrwi .' IT'S' UP TO Worse than A Night an alarm Alarm. of fire at I| Curse=


night is the brassy cough of croup,

sounds like the children's

YOU GENTLEMENH and it means death unless orCI'KK.

Is done quickly. Foley's

oney and Tar never fails to give DRINKCI'IU
MATTER OF ELECTRIFYING DUM-
instant relief, and quickly cures the

MY LINE HAS BEEN DELAYED worst forms of croup. Mrs.P. L. Cordier -

I of Mannington Ky., writes: .- I

.1 LONG ENOUGH NOW. i ")ly three year old girl had a severe
I
case of croup; the doctor said she RIBBON
1 REMEDY.AVfiufr.
I
4 s } could not live. I pot a bottle of Fo + .
I
itr. 11 ley's Honey and Tar; the first dose
I ruulic Mntin'e'U, carefully obtain x.' .. ,oo' ,'. (
pave quick relief and saved her life ,
ed is all for the of the t'orrrrteor.aV1iit. '
electrifying Refuse substitutes. W. A. D'Alem- .
Ribbon
Krnitilithed
dummy line, for the benefits that [ berte< 1"1 S. Palafox street I' ea .M arp-tn f fItinth \ .'
t I I .,aetbt-r for pn '
would accrue from such an irnproxc- .
.
__ I iurbriHtf, a lippl.M.drunkard. ; .
ment cancot hardly 'oe estimated A Guaranteed Cure lor I'l'fsItching lmiii'i! r
ftnnt tit* for aleob'lir ,
.Property \'aIICs'oulJ be increased :j Blind, I'.leedlnz or 1'rotrudli g W'Uite KibboQ Krni.-ux,
] Pll... Your drug.lst11I -funi
[ without a doubt, and the convenience j I rout : Indor"etl by 1temlrrs ..I. .
money If PA7.0 OINTMENT fails to cure I I H I JM ,
j of large; tax pajerslio oecupy sum i you. Ween I r-. 1"lIrr...-. l i,.

t +I m,T hon.es o nthe line can only be 1 i turn nifn'a, California.fhri-tmii li-m\\ p'!;, ., < \

imagined. a bile UiMwn KetiM tt h
CHOICEST .
drunkard-.audth. '1. -
j '''hl' matter now rests with the city 1 D niitny fa-en iti>- h ,

c ..nci! and will curie up at a spec! '' -tIFf cfj'tly.>iU bite I oiifcrlulhiior Uiblxiu' I I. ,

lal meeting of the mi' I'nlon arc del.
(oureiiraanie bodv: '

to li' held next Wednesday nidll.t !f rH: U115 AND CONFECT1ONER1 f i i RIll'nri-iil! Voork.Ir"HtlU"nt.1"

t at meeting uio setter! will mute 1! DruI5 or by 1.1

:.t :'Jr final consideration ami Mi.' iiU'1!I I ire" hy ruins Mrs. A. V ... ,
-ATC -
1 vf
'
Ih,' rompahy's application will tlun Yl\ars secretary of a W. I I'

termined.! >, ). APOSTLE'S ain Temperance Union I ,",,

"i nibers! of the eouaci: who Lave St, Boston, Miss. '

'l."' matter in charge should allow I I1I1'lH't'h''s i I 14 East Gwrmat L1.1, U..IUIRb !ir..... _: .... j

to be conscious of the ag' !- : ---

t '' 'i her too true fact ;.hat the !II"oUt'1! j|: Formerly Cordova RestanrantHuu I CMICIIt51f.n'cv vrJr"'f"" rn1."I t
T
v 4 a whole: want this line electriti.-d.! Ono car-load of Pineapples: at 11.71 : r{i)I ...n'tel. .,:"t .I ; '. I.J

Tie \if?ople, jientl' aen have arriu'l: to J2.00 per dozen I \-\1 r ( .111111 'II '

at a proper cunUusion that Ihl'rhas I .J.. I ..I tI: 1
O A. S T O IT Z.A.. I ; N- ..1"I'.' .ro... '.1.;:. ,: ..
j I ij n ,lu t-nouah; procrastination: in"iljj'd .1LtI tie Us B. .dY:jHaiaAMrt,: 8fJ;J i ;0,1,; I:,.rw.Jfn ., .
in and it would! \ ,,, r. I' ...
c already only ;lacaare 't .4"r: lI.r "

r/------ I. / 'Yt !je to their displeasure to see the u ##t k ""-- '. ,I.u, .. ,.,,,' .

"'>rable! action desired put off any i.1 '
riu
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longer j 1
h 1.1I I
I Tb'ris positively no n-al good) exciisc -

u jyYi I why the matter should he delayed. WICKE&CO.

A member of the Country Club,


i onfidential speaking gave out for the The inference News that this members morning i, Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter

3 absent themselves from the council ,

; purposely to delay the action, and if No. & South Palafoz Street

this is true, it should be abolished. ,

Tins is a very important consideration m a woman's correspondence! )frs. rinkham. It is a "I..et us hope," said a prominent All Kinds 01.: Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept OL HialTKLKPHONK

great satisfaction to feel that one woman can write to another telling her the iuo>t private and confidential gentleman today "that the council H2A '. PN.NMMWiLA. .'(,AI

t details aU nit her illnos= and: know that her letter will lie seen l'ya Avoinan onlya oiu.ui full sympathy will awake to its ditty by the )peopl"

for her tick: sL>ter:, and with a knowledge of woman's ills than that other
tl greater possessed) any i>ersou.Mrs. and legislate in layer of the desired -

IMnltliain no\ (>r\iolitos: the 'lInfiell'Il'l' tliusrntriMrri to her,and although! (' iml>li..l>e I i tliou>.ui itetlbyherni medicine'. nc' or ,
v It's up to von, gentlemenSCHEDULE ::
;r in all In'
r If'rif'lIf'f' bag
the puMKlicd Mich a letter \\ithout the full consent, and otteu l>y i
} special n-ijuost of the writer. jj BDDT AND SHOE MAKER

r ; XL1 reason :'.Irs.l'lIUJam: i is so amply, qualified to give advice ia cases ( f f. male ills! is fr the reason! j AND PASSENGER Y\ .L ,

that nt.-r +nji,' hue+\lr''d thuUsar.d! rates: mine !Wore lurcaih year,-P. iiac ]i"rs<>nallv, others: I y mail, anil \ /( REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

this has I liri n4 >iti..r; on f, 'twenty JV.IK day afu.rda"anti: layaf.rlly.: : TV.I-HV yyu. i f constont success, I RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS !Gi-iS', 3-J3 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 'hoes, Leathei r'Pt1O1 ;,
-thttk! i.i i!..' J ki. ,\'. h !l-v t'ii-!! gtiw'l.ounIy: vouitn arc wise inK-tkinjj advice froiaa vcuunif such I

4t cxiH'iii (', t 'i"i iaih v i!.\ u li; is alwlutdy; free. i LINE. : all HOT; sorni r.ijnMTKKKT.

.\SIM ill list ratimi of ho jrood coining from siuli advice v. e herewith piiidN'i 1\\ o letters and -
portrait 1 Mi i..- II I attic )f.f; i
tho
f:1' >at. re.idiitr of \\ hil It should irhccxryk \\ o III.in tontideiiec in
t
i 3Ir>. 1'Mthham's: jtliiliiy to help them Ililt i ii IulUc of thousinda: of the same Kind of letters i The i'eneacnla tot Andrews and J. E DUJUJISSOX t BROTHER
e' Ytliivh Kirn. 1'inkhanl'ha! ; .. MI file.! Gulf Kteam-ship\ Compiny has fixed ,
4tr1i. theiollowingschedule and rate? to
r PEAR Mr.*- FIVKIUM : I have road with interest your advice to others so much apply between Pensacola and the 'on tlt T.UtIt.\GOS.\ AM) ISnSIH': :\VI.\ STKKKTS.

# that I thoitjrUt: I would! write to you, for I have Iffn suHVrinz for a lung time. 1 have Midi points: named : Dealers in
4 rr'. N irinjr-ik'\vn; p tins. and such h'Mlting pains pn through me. I have headache, backache, CHKIU'IK. :
I ;.. ; ana feel tirvd. Menstruation is very painful, M.'Ill'timcs have to work and lie down.
stop 1 Choice
..3 :' 1 My: stomach bloats terribly, Lnd 1 am troubled with whites. Hoping to hear from you t Steamer Tarpon will leave Perisa1'I tc. Staple and Family Groceries tOur
,
soon I remain cola every Tuesday night at Had ,

; I July :Mth, 1900. Miss UATTIE PhGiuuT, Succasuma, X. J." o'clock after the arrival of the Mobile < Good; are Received Fresh Daily. They are too many to enum"':ae,
: train and the P. & A. accommo- :.,i, and are Warranted to be the Best the :Market Alfords and can be

h reAr In". I'IXEIIA'1I cin hardly find words to thank you for jour advice and dation train. This will enable a. HelipJ on. We can Duplicate any Order Hi\'f'ull.. During tile
ti I wonderful Vegetable Compound. I was in a terrible state, i-u-ry part of my body a'hl'd. person to leave Mobile at 5 p. in., I,I Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Fart of the City.
.k: L \\asverv nervous, had hysteru-al spells. I think I would have ifeonie insane had it not make close connection at Pen..acola ,
bun for I.)Ilia rinUiamN: 1 i-ci'table Compound1. Your letter told me just what to do, and reach St. Andrews: the next COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.J.E.Dubuisson&Bro.: .
4-A. -2\: i medicine cured morning at 7 o'clock.I't1SSENGER. '
w : !iu> jour iuvt and 1 cannot express my thanks" P.O. Box326.

wt A' March Mh, 1'1"1." Miss HATTIE DKUWUT: >uiTasr.ma, N. J." lans.Th : .,

4 ? {(i 0r'7'I{i (I I 1' So ntherlnedieineintheworldhasreceivrd such wide>pread anti will be,. passenger a: follows\ rate from Fen cola PHONE 66. FASH 11 y Grroooi'
I :
f lUKiiialitied (>iidnr"">niont. No other r.ieiiici'io! etch a record (;fr
1 i r ( ;ire. >f female troubles .>r such ho>ts of grateful, friendo nt '.e persuaded I To :St. Andrews and St. Andrews
Ay', tl.af rn mlier point*-ft! no; round trip $10.
J inedirineis just a< rood. Any (Iealerlio suir'JTstMKiietliin! /?
r + rice 11:1.: r.n mtrrl..t:1I your I'a..c' lie i;. seeking a larger profit. Sellout! the reeord of thN! inedieine, To Apalachicola and Carrabelle- .A.
''a :
M.A.:
tft ; ncl1'f'n'cII''r! l'I,. .Ji'! :thousands: of cures of v.onim A\lioselelJer>are ('IIII..lallllJlrilllc'll: in this fSM There; round trip *I5. N v ery
n'lt. h" fare* include flrt-ciass:
l/apcrlltr : Itlhuut "
hy MsoinetliiiiNe but
?: by Lydia K.: J'lnJ.ham'sI'Ilbll' Com pound. cabin ; tatl'rcnlll and meal- '

I1, -- Further informatinncanbesec'1red (SCCCKSSOK 10 AVKKYVlMLr( I.K

( ;' i. '' 'I i i.> I' 1. w.mld: KI i fri>in (tvnMH I 1AFTiR LA GRI'EwHATl i by applvin at the company's otlSce! IMPORTER
] a l..ic; -kin\ cough and a in the Thifsen building.: AND JOBBER OF
) ;
1 A MARINE I I INu \ .: ..' h-iii! : :ialnir l Ilio! \va
general! fee'ms; of 'H'aknt.-s. often --
i'i : ., I.1t hen! lei Ih.'
tY it \ II' I tab I HARDWARE.
cabin: to tatal r.u't S after the pasMpimsed -
''i"i ...11 it !1...ing tt.:i red! that hoA ti'lIt i is ti> have passed the hf
G is Tbiesen
LOT OF : ike rt of asll"r lilt danger jioint. Fi.Iey's; Honey and
TROUBLE : n i h! some s > Iron Xail ,, .
u Tar is guaranted to cure the 'griprough' '0 Ax 4, I Khovf I I.*. !yaw Mill and Kteainboat
I n :; .1-11 realized! what his pyre in and make you strong and fSupj'lie, Cooking and IIt'. ni ,I
I illlced\ hUh U) 110. well It Mover fails: 1'1 stop a eoudi j| COHNER.INTENDENCIAANDBAYLENSTS Window Ola-ti, Inns! Piito aiij Ki-hinif Tackle.

t MADE A EhUTAU; ASSAULT UPON II I It is Il'anh"that Admiral Hi ;:inMiii if taken in time. Take no substitutes Agate and Tinware and K-td! :ei'iirnishiu :; fl Jaotls.AGKNHFOR .

will the be ,
cause eotirt to eonxeni "
'H4i A SERGEANT YESTERDAY AND!I (* BIRMINGHAM KOLLINU MILL COMI'AXY3:
l1 i I at itiie,'. or a; stain as noeessar"rod >' One Block West of Palafox.
I Lumber. i 1 Revere Uiant Htitcbed! Keltinu, Northampton Fernery
I+ I WILL BE SU2JECTED: TO A roE!';. tape" wi'h the department! nlR- :x3 scantling, 13: per thousand. KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OFr Wheel Co.. L ,tin A Rind }' WdH Co., Johuson'd ?:tilt

+ vials shall have been dispensc'd with. 2\.? scantling, $0 per thousand. !somtne' Iron Bing r and Buck Stoves arid Binge, Win
ERAL COURT MARTIAL. COUD" 3t COd Riw Hide Lace Leather,
Call and IaurY'
Other items in proportion.
Ely's Liquid Cream Balm is an oldU'iid see us. Made Railroad Colors.:

in a lit'fllrm. It is prparcdfor iMmo rnnKMAX: : LIMBER CO.( Masonic Temple (fe Pensacola Fla.
r PURE8T[ I LIQUORS ,
\' Theie is a lot of trouble in sture fori| the particular benefit of stiffen.rs! BUY THE .

I Charles Ihlldorf. a U1&I' It' from the from nasal catarrh tIn> arc: used to

j battleship\ Massachusetts for It'main itomuer in spraying the diseasedtrenibrane. TIME TABLE.

I All tin- healing and sooth FOR
Nhfl1 I
I things tn which !.<' i lea-ied p-siiliv ihi
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r ins properties of Cream Ualm are re
w : morning in the pnl'ce court LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD'IN
1 Rained in the new preparation. It Family Medicinal Use
t IMIUlorf: is a Gorman as hi,; nam' or EFFECT DKCEMRER 1. IfcOl
+ dues not dry up the secretions i'ricp, SEWINGHACHINE -
1 would indicate lie came shore vst. !!" I I
4 including gprayin:; tube, 73; cl'nt3.t I New Orleans and Mobile.
i -lay ami in a ti.u'e hall on niyenr. OB
drtiacist's linnhers. :,I1Varren '. D.n.t 1 (1'I '.. ----- ---
I your : or Uy \ .llth ee who n.t. -- -- -
street s,>nehl to wipe out the whole Street, Now York, will mail I I, vert i i-e a f.jO.INJ< feu Inir Machine for i Vo.0. So.,. I| So.>. I No.1. 'I I No.1. :'n1
1: iblishmcut.. He desionstnied his : )lUo Tllishindnfalnarhineeul; : He Sailor lantoao. 7:15 a UI m 1 11:06 p Lean_. Jt'nucoia .-ArrlTB 6tn a I 4151: p k '. I
it. s $:[)" .a11.mi %:'7 1:02 Leava_. i I
p t t 10m MOD ..... Leave
2:55! a IILI 1 :4
4 4 well known prizfihlin? prodivinesby I loe I">ii2ht; froMi iHorjiny of our \ a 4:22::: p I I 2:55 a i......__ Mobile"...,._ J.Leave I! ItlIID'tU:15' : p ', ti P '
deuKrd front 1.).(." -i'D | 1:51)a L..a.9.vow i 1 n
) slS.UO.-
1! knocking down fxver.il persons a; Ie) '''--' _: url.ana. L"avp _"R"D I_'f 7'ia -:.
i i i iI
1 fast as they came in reach of his I Jfudgiu's, If.e Pi'sf /or 5c. WE MAKE A VARIETY. j I I Swedish Punch, DanUlf( Aquaril.I I' North.
Y i imhty fi"t.mong tdoatwas SerNr' THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. I
German
I Kummel and other brandt s
::enl of Marines I'ouershi> \\asaul I The Feed determine-" the strength f'r No. !. No. '.
# Fort liarrancas. Fla. March imptrted1nes and
i 9 Liquors o.l Nr I
1 Weikllt-s
I 4.fewiliir MilihilieTilt]
M l5p m !:15p m Lf>a..eP"n.acolaArrl..e
oe 1'1I\\.r
' j 3 breaking 1IhiIy i I 1:1eased: propfisals in triplicateul1 Doiililc I'c4l conibineil v ith nth i Here will '1:15 am 8:51 p m Arrl..e_ d ontlom.ry I..ave 11:13 4:00 p a m m t.6"::. t ffl JB
J only you find the X. C.Dowen. p
rl knocked do"nand tne 11.5gam D:09pm
was Ardr9BtrminghamL9ave
turazedjt'a'lui'rf stnmr l"intma6t' tlit 't'W Ifooic e:8pam
be received until 11 a. m.Iarch atpm
!I Kentucky Whiskey, 21 7:05pm 8IOa m ArrIVtJ a"b"llIe ._,Leave ..... ...
I his brains the Uftt Ma.Line LuU't years
proceeded to stamp "\ lt'"::t, for constructing five cisterns, .Dewing to 2:31a m ,' 918) a m Arrlvl) .__,u>nbvUh, ..-LaaT9 8:13 p m : 4.. a JB
i i'. He succeeded in snaking! nslyjuoumU I'h.\\\'lnr! thn dif; old' 7:2': ) am 11aaam Arrlve ..._CtneinnatL..Leave 1:10pm II 'pm
I Fort 1'icKens, Fla V. S. reserveright ? \ f CIRCULARO 1Ila: ) m I:$) p m Arnv. ti.Lout. .'
tU IOI r f. rit ,eels ofs. hL"av-- 4:1.5pm.. PrI_
/ Towers, besides! j jcarsing .
un S"rgoiat Valhalla Branch
; to reject or accept any or all 1 u 111" M.iotiln' >< corner Garden
the latter to los-e a number of .proposals; (.r any part thereof. Info we IWlnul'.1eturt.'au.ll-r"dl l...lurl.'urd."lug street and 10th avenue. PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

It'l th. The mayor ordertd Dalh111rf !'raalion\- furnished containing;on proposals application.should Enelnpes i THE NEW -HOME"-5EW1SC-' -MACHINE CO. :10 :1-1>aIl1 So. F-llaily I :90.top where time Dot .bOWD' io. J-lJ1Jl1 No t.e.-.:1

irned: over to officers; fmai the: Hass' I bi mark '.1 1 Tri>pn als! for Cisterns," I CRAG M'SS.I I MEN AND WOMEN, :M--- ':00 I m ;ILeare...., Peneacot.._Arllrel 10O p m -A ;;Pm-

.ichussetts addressed! E COLlQ.. M. ,I IS Union Sq. N, \"., l'turago,III.. .Atlanta (lI a., CAFn rv Bin ti f"r nnn lar l 12:16 night" ':11" .". ._ I1obemla._ II 10:81" ,'''' .
19:21 _
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It is now' Mated that lIaH.i..ri t\ .l lbe : March 1" IS, 19, i'>. JO. :27.r : bt." Louis,Mu., 1)o.'a.! ./T'':t.,pan Kiuueis,o,Cil 1.IY4Yn Irritations d".us.ste5ammritnbw.f.aura or ulr.rum m 12:23" 7:19 .". .". ._YDleltra E8cambla.___ II" 10M2 10:114 "" A.E.3T,J ..
ILar'ia I| FOR SALE CY a""' N of mucous lurmbriDx. 1.116" TYS __ Mnla\ .. 10I 6 (6 '
sutijected to a generalcour : hm.r t tarl. PtmlHi, and not MtrioK I.s: 7:2: II ___ Harp __ II 10:21 E.(0 '
for the serious breach of tn.. navy .|TIEfYlASftiE11r1trA. pent or pow.nom. 12'50 to '::15" _G'ltCIt1_ 10:16 6 r
50:PIECE DINNER' SET tiACIIATll; $014 by Dru jtsU.tea. U.&! 7311" __ Milton 10:10 N 6.' ,
regulations by assaulting a su't rofccr. ; ,- or sent la pUin wr.pp.,,1 I I:" am ._. N .II. ._.Goo4 Range II __.. ,. 4.!.G ;
''' i i. l>r cipreM, prepud). for IM".. 1:15": __ Holtt- 8M 4.4 ::
The of the 1
fact: asa' ,1 av' 55I fltC 1106 l .fir3lwttlfil2T5.Circulir 7"0 8" _
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tt'umtrful tndnrement to Pill oor .wa. MIIIIIID __ 8:10: 4 II
led with alarmin rapidi! ; 'I I'e 1 rtrj f untrrtfn\n.rwa!:1rem..tluflt'atttL'01w.ter"et.CnT M ':\J) 8:6'1 II N .......Deer Land _. 8M lilt .
rommlnMr'ln-'lid and cry 11:1;; !:.,\It. \iurr.TSD4r.i iH.MftUUje. errs Utrtl cut glut palm. 18 8:10 hotly Held 8.0 II 1:1: .
\ rmemt..rtLet.rr"tt li / VPDShbAutrlyheekcrrrf .. '
4.I "
morning LiI'I..n'1ntllIh wa, si it rim'Mvr uf Luti'hul art i Ift M derv.'td by our ran No. &6. :15" ..DeJrunlakHprlnl'8:18 It :1.
To rTrrrlaily..hoilo"l..f"an..ncana"f eo..a R.ltar l*..4rr. 1:19 8:<< _._ Argle. ,:<< It : 'I .
ashore to pu oiuence and t1;u"-'isatethe :; uii.lrrl' aNo.CJ.vlik. the. Udai....>t ef tkU. k *.tlf.l W.t,r ( 1:40; 8: 7' _Ponce de Leoll.- 7N: It I I"
set f.I. cvh parrkriiegiw. kitad> +uwlydrrurau 4&i These tiny Capsules 6:00 10:10' ___R'eltTtlle.-._ ':11" !.S;
l'Io' ._
"t..er iresupenor.to
diSlruIiT. Sevtral oitc r w'r' <'e + et. a.6-I I. eTea net. I.leIy rf W e 8:09: 10:16' __ '
du nil any nioivy in lrmnce. Mniply fc a i u TOOT name Balsam Car.ue 1:11" I u
!1 and*j= sad we w Ol forward our d-Ierw.t puns and fall Infor- c.of "Copaiba, 618 10:8) _Bonltay_ 8M I. I" '
with the lieutenant anl:1 si-arehme tnntum. %.. will fee .. . *"* "' 8:00 107" SI "
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rvrUM wh Chebsad
t* see eaa fc *rmm T : Injertwai Cbipley 6A7 II I I. a
inQ'jiry was made. The oftene of pluhfd..a few .b..r.'*.rk. We wUl allow TOO nftwn(Up to deb-err th.1n U aM/'JOUett th.mt'N'J""ore @) 8:1) 11:0'7" u .rCottondale_- 8:18 It I: V lea
I r""ng.n*...U. e.allow lannt, .t'SAh.nunlon If rrf mi. We py all fnstrht. U e aim p re BW,t_., Tsycur/in48hoasthe J ':00" 11:25" _Marlanna ...._ ':00" 1. .4 H
( clir i balsa .10.falot .
Lablr* Pattcnia.
.alral iBrtrueai
Dalldort is considereJ a very sl'rhsone ., LVmn4m Ya.klaa<'< hal.&Dd ':110" 11:(S It It _____ t..5 1 1II _
lmiM bo-rn..fut.nd l d""""rahi< ? t.,f ut a* ing oor gooda Wn for Plai and ma information. fait dj-3 "II'lthG'ltYI.XU-, .. CypreM 6:8J1" a.
a.iLUJ 1 ('PPLlt" t UVlI:. 11S7 and 1I2 Pinr ,,(F..... "|. LoaU. ... ':60 II I1U" _Grand Rldge..... :n" t
and naval mea on shore today \\e assure cur readers that the balvcna gappliea Company thoroughly reliables-Editor. ;4: ::,; \01.ngvllj.gVlGfSTS, TJS8 I. Its noOB _.,_ HneadiArriT8BlT __ 61 II lw ;' .
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THE DAILY NEWSi PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY MARCH SB. 1BO3

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SEAMAN WAS Doing a Large COLORED SEAMEN.' Doctors Extend Time. t4 Pi

rMISS SARAH FINLEY, I Iof Businessusually t. ? ..

the Palmetto Club Memphis. Tenn.lmlXC I Prominent colored citizens addressed '

-p'--. -- ROBBED OF $100 and dispatched a letter to Admiral OWING TO THE LARGE NUMBER
means assuming large WHO HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO .
CARDUI Higginson this morning asking that .j
OF following Wine
praise
on risks-too
large to be a safe SEE THE RED CROSS DOCTORS
i thoroughly of Cardui: f permission be granted every colored f.a4 ;

cntifc and modern ALL THE CASH ON HIS PERSON burden upon an individual man in the fleet to come ashore one THESE EMINENT GENTLEMEN 1 i

WJlt'J), Eicct- "Among the oumtroiamfdicinei estate. niht next week ana enjoy an enter HAVE EXTENDED THE TIME 1i

;i'.the: t 1 jj of the moJern placed before luf- EXTRACTED WHILE HE LAY IN \Vise business men carry tainment that will le provided in FOR THREE MONTHS TO ALL i :' t:
tLe noJcrn way feting women for tEeir relief .:
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an in specialinsurance to relieve their honor. The colored sailors WHO CALL UPON THEM BEFORE
: tL torture of an touch McEbee'i DRUNKEN STUPOR.
,t none can .
,
,: Wined Card l ,. their personal estate of this stewards, cooks: etc., wiih the fleet APRIL 21. ti.A
1. Tine of QrduL It towers
,ert tJ m in the pri- ,/ risk. All such will be in. number about two hundred it is said. '
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n :r. above them all u a reliable staff of eminent pnvslclnns and sur j 1
n\, cf tl .r homes and it female remedy. It Imply Captain Milton D. Frank, at 4'clock terested in "A Banker's Will," and ample proudou for their entertainment trtODs'oom the lied Crust Medical iD&tltuteb $, I
{ f ,JtJ a place' ia the Vtu Sank FinUy, containing the instructions ofa will be made very soon after ve. at tbeurreut olirltation of a large ,. .f 4.tnumbroIpaIinIannder
M drives pain and disease away this morning. was directed by tb"lr rare In Ibiscountryeitabllihed
vf American women -U-- New York Admiral Higginjon's reply is re a p"rmantl1branch L
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Bank
l President
n'1] ..r medicine ham found. In and restores health in an incredibly short a hackman to a point on West Zarra to of the Institute this city at '! '

: .':: 1)r: :';<11tJ over 10,000 American period I have taken great interest in this gossa street where it was stated a his trustees regarding investment ceived. I 111 \Vest Chase Street. j
t: I
'. Lave writtea letters commend. medicine for the past two yean, since it white man in uniform lay across the of his personal estate.A See Hudgins new of label. ,1tLt f .. \

1.;'\\ .. .. ,I Cardui. Wine of Cardui brought health and strength to me. I sidewalk.The 11,000,000 policy is another insurance style I give The their eminent services gentlemen entirely: bare free decided fur tbree to T -1 1I

y t! ;.r va-tj a! no other medicine have also! recommended it to a number officer hurried the indicated romance of special application to men I niontbatiedicloeexceptedtoall) Invalids '. .S4'
'to spot WEDNESDAY MUSICAL. .
the at the of affairs, described in "The Largest I who call upou them for trcatwentB1cu '
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It 'tains: young girl
r of my friends and they who have used it and discovered J. Dorsey, a Annual Premium. I

,w ";i.a cf wlo L-.r tike entrance Wine to of wjmanhood.Cardui have speak of it in the highest terms and I feel marine from the battleship Alabama Ihll Send Company to-day for r.both...'" pamph! t.. The Wednesday Musical met wit!. KB? and April 21. 1 : t. i

:: ., ,n.fort during pregnancy and that it is praise well bestowed." lying near the sidewalk in an Insensible first-In AtseM.finla Miss WilsO'i\ : this week. The following .I Theie services. ponmst not only' of concultatton. i i4<
Amount Paid FoHcy-holJen. examination: and ad\lev.but also 4
", : jam,; at clilJbirth. When the If you are suffering from female condition. Captain Frank also fira-la Age. program was rendered: I IGn.i j of mm"rpuriioal! operallnns.I -
l.fe they enter weakness Wine of Cardui ii the medicine TilE I I I Tbe object in pursuing tbU course ; t- l
a MUTUAL LIFE
d INSURANCE
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discovered that '
the
than's had IF.
f
pockets
C : olIage. need. ; (paper)-Mrs. T. V Kessler. Is to beco-ne rapidly and perwnall no I r i -
l j.I.:: ,.'> 31'hy Every month it You you have health the been turned and seveial other indiations COMPANY OF NEW YORK Anitra's Dance-Greig (IianoIrs. :quaintrd with tb. sick andaltlcit>ttanl under i :
can tame '
as
111. rescue to assist Nature in no cinditions will any charge: 11 hateverI m
r e Miss Finley I if you will take the Wine" led to the belief that Dorsey RICHARD A. McCuxcr,PrcuJcnt. Rutherford. I I be made for any emre rendered three .* t <
t.: .. t t'' e iapunties from the uvu.Y' of CarJui treatment. II need advice months to I all wlin rail b..lufll"petl :2Ut.Thedoitcrs : : i
you hat been 'ouched" for"all the moneyhe Down Tho The Path With .
of Fragrant treat all forms of iliM-a'-e all! -, : l j.
: Farab Finley Memphis, further than the directions Nassau Cedar I
y j complete William & Liberty j delorniilit's. and guarantee a cue in t'nry' !
had. lie sent to the
T: T., v. 'i,resicK'nt cf the Palmetto given on the Lottie, address The was station Streets NEW YORK, N. Y.CECH. Roses.-Massenet. (son?)-.Miss Piag-. cat'. they undertake.. At lbs first Inter- t "I'.t..w "' 1 r '4
I f t1 at city ppcaks for herself and Ladies Advisory Department, Chattanooga on a charge of drunkenness bit the \ a thorough examination i is lOud"\I\d. 1. ,
gio.The If incurable are frankly! and kindly told .
:' IL' tii when she bestows the : Med. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.WINEofCARDVI mayor ordered that he be returned to AVILIjCOX, )lana ('r, next meeting will be with Mrs ; soal..oadviedaealnstependingmnou..y you lor I ft I. j 4

-u-- r r-j- -I_ his \essfl. Jacksonville, Fla. i unless' treutiuenl.Male 't f : t 1
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--- ---- T. V. Ktssler.0. IS West Jackscr. and m"l..akn...*. catarrh nnd ',_ I
A million suffering women Dorsey came ashore early >esterday T. C. WATSON & CO, District Manage street. I catarrbal deafuefs; a No arlcove.le topture.oitr..tanc..raudsii 1 j
have found relief in | disease of the \
afternoon and is said to have had ocrIK1) Pensacola, Fla. MARY WILSOX, Sec. i rectum are positively cured by their new
Wine of Cardni.IJJ treatment. ,
--- --- ----1- on his person lie attended the I I ) Tueir c'lic' as-oclate frrgeon: of the Insti i : ; '
For Over Years. i tut.. '11I111 hem 1""Or.l\ll'b"rll! i ..
minstrel at the Sixty I
ptrforaunce opera Those people who own and ride I, IIIDees0.: Ille I ha-e offlce hours ';
house and soon afterward joined anuulKT I MRS. WINSIOW'S SOOTHi BYRCF bat about in motor cars might well be \I a. m. to 7 p. m. huudays 10 a. in. to 1 p.m. if % .
been used for over tut; years by milltonnu! '
of companions. The next : -- ; -
called (
auto era's. '
D. HALE WILSON mothers for their children while teething i 11'CREX .
known of him was when the! hackman i with perfect success. It soothes the child GRASS FURNITURE, FOR it. .

found him in the street. He said 1 IOften8 tbe gamsallays all paincures wind PARKER'S THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED

Real Estate and Rental v.iniself tint: he did not know*how ol1c.and i Is th. best remedy for Diarrhoea Cisn HAIR.... ..... l"UI BALSAM.li>4 the l lluiuiiart h&ii! ROOM, AT MARSTON & QUINA'S.JFudgin's ._' ;
Agent much money he Lad lot. tm It wilj, relieve the poor little sutlerer Im b irU.uotL1 Fails. Uestora pmwth.Never Grll1.ll' I _ p
mediately. Hold by Druggists meyer pan I E' '' to f'fi. ,* 'I.
to Youthful Color.
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*- vt the world. Twenty-five cents a bottleBe (;0...... .......P di-., *k bo".,.Ju.t;. j {Tie Z&est Be. ; '. .t ,. -
.so. fu*pt' at l>nj,' ; ; J.'r
: South I'al.ifox. Street : .
iJ'4 TAKE NOTICE. lure you ask for M n.Wln8low' Sooth ,
n3:' 1rolp. and takA no other kind.
ThEfHON!: NO 241. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA / -- -- '
To whom it may concern: ) : : .
r Try The News' WANT COLUMN. J.A.VANPELT. J- C. VAN PELT. &fJ.i.f f ; ,
On and after this date all Resolutions '

Cards of Tinnkj: : Excursions or : : <
(Classified Advertisements VAN PELT BROTHERS ; :
Entertainments to whicn an admission CURED OF RHEUMATISM.For I ;;I i t j'I' : .
the benefit of suffering human '.'
is charged, and simi'ar notices::> "

._ ONE CENT. A WORD. will t.i"j: :be) rates.MaltaVita charged. for at regular dver- ity 1 desire with to state Muscular that I and buffered! Sciatic severely STAPhE ftp FANCY GROCERS. tHt; : V"d"I Ir :

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I\>r Ih-Iu. Shredded Wheat Biscuits that time I tried various remedies aswell : I

MONEY TO lOAN'; FOR RKXT-In opera house build and Force with Cream at Sol. as the prescriptions of several I FRESH LINES OF DELICACIES RECEIVED DAILY AND DELIVERED \\I it ; I .,:
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n> on ground tloor one store and physicians which afforded ANY PART OF THE CIT(. i .i3i .: .
Oman's. | me very
0) the ino t reasonable terms and I otlice; on second lloor, three c.filce.feb20*. !
t. out publicity. : little, if any relief. The pain in my I Have Added to Stock a Complete Assortment of Anti-Rust Tinware. Positively j i J

J. \V. UULLARD j I WANTED. INTERESTING NEWS back! hips and legs was agonizingand Guaranteed Not to Rust. This is Something that Housekeepers t ..i i
.- South Palafox. almost unbearable. I could '
:a UpStairs.J. FROM WATER FRONT. hardly t. 4
5. have not had the Opportunity to Purchase Before. I
A. WiLsox, ManagEr.MONEY \\'AXTED-GoOlI nurse Immediatelyat walk and thought I would be obligedto I I
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----------i Sol' West Chase. mulCt abandon all biibincbs A friend of t' ;. f' ,
The &'?am pilot boat Florida was I

TO LOAN \VANTEI-Organizers for an established released from the marine ways this mine advised me to try Uncsol, VAN PELT BROTHERS, :: ;i, : 'f .

,1 at.d Pt>! her which I did reluctantly and greatly to )
(I .1.1 goods, h'es, wl'On Fraternal Insurance Company morning n soon t.ke11): f'I' !
one bottle cured mo TELEPHONE NO. 231 31 EAST GARDEN ST. : '
my surprise
iiui nil other kInds of with latest plans and business )pofition on the bar. ? v ? tr' ,., '
Uu"iul' sound( and well. I cheerfully recommend .
'nj'trty. s pri,1 --- ;
methods. I aigo salaries pail ; ;
.' >x(crecy bt. A.{juarantefil.A. Ki-lier. good men.Viih' fur full partici This morning Capt.( Axelson'sFcl'oontr. it to all who stiffer: as I did Doors and & i :; \ .

:2.n: tfV. I hrs. .1 III] r.NITCl ..UlEHlC.XS."a the Pjnna Christina: was It is also a very line tonic. It increases q i1 1 \; i I I

\\ tlc>r I'.ldg.'athinRton: 1) C. haultd Oiit on the marine ways for rep.tlS. the appetite, aids tJil'stiou;; 1h\\\ \ Window Screens : t j
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,' \ \-\ Ii. Meriirent. March! 2Saw4WANTED and finally b nlds up the general t ; (

,\ Money to health. You can use this as you
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rate of interest HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF : ; jr
.t. 5 YOUNG MEN from ,
A lot of work is now nearing: com- think best. Very truly "jt V
i I'Y. Ollice) 112 and E-c.imbia County at once to THK PROTECTION AND ;
pre f
I nletion on the steam tug Flanders4 \\ B. Dl'IE.\f'JI. 'I' j
: I. '111 "n..t. pare for Po-itioii. in the Uoveruinent .
Service.; Apply to This consists! (if i: new guards, bulwarks 211 Auburn Ate., Atlanta la.! 1. il COM[FOR THEY AFFORD? : I J :4tr :
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Mol'I i \li tin improved luter;.Mate Corns. Int. aii'l (decks and an entire new Nov. Cth I'iili.: -- i'. ., 'SI ; .
I tare: or small I Get Prices Now. .t. !
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Cedar Ia. '
: RipidN, bottle
coat of paint. Druggist sell it at $1 l.01('" per
: : .w rita of interet.I .
d&w I ni'AN'I'IDAlI
I I. E: Ilr uk4, attorney : Stn l stamps for ImoVs or particulars

-' 1'alafox., FNhert -\\--- kinds of empty bee SmacI\ which have: arrive and! to the Uricsol Chemical Co., Los II. G. DeSilva! & Co. \ i { .

I in bottlp K. A. KriPilman. n9-t ihi ir catches arts as fnll&ws: Diboll Angclos. Cal.. or Atlanta, Ga. : "l"I\I."r; rI. f \

y"\ / ,. T \ \-Ii,) you ieedr \LXTIlIIU: to learn barber I 2,"'tMi' Has-kins! .. :S.'iOi' II; Littleficld, 4.- For sale by.sltNuI Tolopliozio 11. .

: \ t i in !Jrroau} ratio Spocial offer for short time :'in'and;l : hla with !OOurt pounds of \ CAHX.. I 1 I

W \I.t ti>Jay on easiest: I; ./
Tools, tuition board and Saturday beach: fi :h. t '
t I -t rttc4 uiiywlirrei ? ..
\rages included. Positions Kuaranteeu. liH
i U It.trov..1.[F1 city real S.lutl. Particulars mailed fiee. Jloler The best pill 'neath the stars and Star Laundry f" :
III i -IIt'r. ::uU"J t"J
Tk. g. \toINSURANCE t t 1" "
I \ College\ New ,Orleans, La. stripes; ; ; Ii $
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m'!I-Gt. Little Early Risers of worldly repute.It Diggest Busiest Best !
If \ : : t 1irrow, m'IUf'in- cleanses the system and never i / .
\ i:.-lire your l'wp..rty SALis>mx'AXTID: : :-$_'5 per i { I i.'f .'
i :i ii.i IIf title, buy or IhinJreil gallons selling paint tokalers' gripes.; I lr". ,,: t.: i'
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TMiit property of Ask for D Wltt's11<1 take no ANt) ;; 't

..I"", have: rents colt biugeft; dtalerb' profit. substitute.A I REAL ESTATE r Ifl rl ,
," :I\M nt'ended to, Smallest consumers' ('():!t. Evpen- They) Speak ( : i iI
I Tht.a.C.Vitou small pill easy to buy easy to take I No. South Palafox Street. \ l' .1.1f
Paint
Kinloih
<\uiiHCvssnry.:
tt H, i ifaiid Insurance and easy to act, but never failing In I Hi" < :
('0.. St I. mi-i, Mo It. < [ .di
k '"(lt, Kla, Charges, caulta. DeWitt'a Uttio Early Kia- t "
-- Partial lit of dwellings for rent in

I I"r. M">. Ulll'''lIl1 lollll who n.o..v buys NICELY furnished rooms with bath ers arouse the secretions and act as various parts of the (city for f Tbselves I !I : : J i ;::: \

'llIlII al.l\up. hJ-tl $l.U and $2.0') veekith good a tonic to the liver, curing permanent- $:;o.-Corner Rajlen and Cerxante. :\. h.'IjIt- I '

board JSoO( week; central location 13' Hargis Pharmacy John Sheppard street. :2! story modern dwellin;:; We let the Kbirta Collars: .' l ,

STOLEN. 2C South Spring street between Sidney Kahn.Malta.Vita with 9 rooms. and Cuffs, we Launder speak: forthornelves. .; 1't': ) *, .

r* .."..,.. \\'t".t Piomana and Garden streets. They will talk 100 d"1: -
I $25:-Vorth Uarcelona strf-et, 2 story; : ; l" .
.1I1l! white! loinh'r; Tram cipnt BolicHerml9.1m.\ Shredded Wheat Biscuits dwelling with 12 rooms. All. J.auwecan. We want to bp judged ,J .'<. 11"1'% i

,,"iiud:;; \n\n-r:; ---- and Force with Cream at Sol- i modern convenience, bath on moi'C 0) the work we do than by 1. )J > '
\U name on collar I'OllFOR p44tL.1, ';. oman's.jfudnq's. what we &av. i'' .:f :
-- -- -- -- - upper' floors corner lot, nice !I
.t .
,,1 I !I-rams are warn H.\LE-The not desirablelots -, file-Srsfor- Of. yard and fchrubbery stables, .( > P'
"i !''tin htr. Uowanlictiirn in the city on ea-y term, by 1f ''ttALL
of los anilanl the Fi-her Real 1 }Estate Agency.Soutli outhouses, etc.htP.Corner I WORK C. 0 D. GoOuSCaleifcradDelierelFree! i
:wP'l PaUfox. l>alm $ Haylen and Cevante:
\\ for evidence
-- - -- dwelling with S rooms. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. -k
!hi-f. FOR SALE CHIAP I .-Koll top desk at-
$25,-North Palafox street; a nice one Iss.i 14t
I:, '1\l'r. rOlml s.I new. Lwlie\ 13. Urooks, Fisher Built!
ing. :2.mlm.I'OR :; story modern dwelling with WALKER INGRAHAM Manager. ,. t

'I .. hard wood floors, all modernconvCuiences.
't.- -............. --- = ;-
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SAI.n. at a bargain-The three Mia
!I of Keys. Owner room house new, and lotIJ: feet I J22.o: .-:31t: ) \\\'st Gregory street: :2 I
iiv callln? at this ) J : ROYAL STKD HDVllISIEY\%' \ : '
pr'pt'rl aiul pay- front. by 116:; feet G inches deep, located I I story dwelling with 7 nxinis : 111 tz 1 1A'

'. MTtf at SUU'helSl corner Gregoryand J2M.-210 North Uarcelona !Street 2 '.

: It (.0' )1)>... "!!" sr('et. Enquire on premises. I story dwelling with S rooms 8 Years Old, in Cases of 4 Full Quarts, at! S3.29 per cmS t

.\, __.__.h.... ..... 12J: II street. EASTER t EGG I'' ?15.-:311 West Garden street, 5 room --- %tjt

i KKIKNK:I -:M 1 II nuf.ic- :I'o.ulw cottage.
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: WHI:- KKYi- distilled at the Xel-on Co. r- ,
li-r in .lair i (lio.ld, ---- -- I $15.;} -::.13 North Spring strict: : C room THI ., Di-tillery, and i is fully matured in wood i- -
\r ii-l!l. .. hair Oil
IS..arcUI1K llou-o. house with pas water.It!' before bottling. U is absolutely pure and not excelltd fl;
OOv.ri-jIi -tr. ', II V ES
BOARDING HOUSE at Wneeler U S S ... $12.5i\:! -417 East: Gregory street 6 in quality by any Whi'key of the fame age i4,% -
no matter where produced. The Royal Standard 4'I!
LOST. Springs, Mary E-ther, Fla.. Mrs. room :2: story dwtlling. -
Ii eigtityears old when bottled and, considering :
.. ... ; .e 4
All
the
I" ------ Condon, proprietress. $l2.o.-Si'd;} east Gadsden street, ;5} \its excellent quality, i if tbe cheapest whiekey ID J -,
ill l eaiivir.-d-back..dk comforts of home at very reasonable I' I' and
room cottage. the market at that price. As a beverage, aa
> ,roiifutilii I uaiuewnttm rates. Northern tourists will an absolutely stimulant, there is none better j 4' [' -
., in ludt-lible/ fli-d this an ideal place: to spend a $11.-Cll East Relmont street, 5 room Shipped in cases pure containing no marks whatever to 4yJ J

I It* ward: for the rpillio. portion of the .pa-on. l2uliii1tJt4)V..I cottage. I indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining -.
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"-. R. R. or E.:: $11.-ToO East Belmont: street 5 the whiskey U not satisfied with the quality be .4. ,f Scan
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'. iJ. 1-:. Clement. No.'riironi. All the Best. No trouble to use. nwms. return the tame &t onr expense and money fe'. : -

T -: --. --21f-tf B.L. DIAMOND- the tailor. has removed Give beautiful effect.. Delight the $12.-419 East Intandentia street, 6 will be refunded. i j .
All orders should be accompanied by either l ;' : ; :trZIG5TTZA1S .-
11 West Government -
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-7; .
: ltii3; : CtlklVatch. ; little ones
:Express office room cottage.; I OLD currency, post ffice mnneyorder, bank draft or u. J -
:, .I D-iber Hoss filk-i] street wl.ere he oppoite is prepartd to clean repair 5cWORTH5cwill 10.-Corner Baylen and Cervantes. T' press money order. We refer to First National $7 iIft'

".1:10'1 1-:. U. \V. on the 1 t and press ladies' and Iorpntle.I Dye all you want, and produce streets, 4 room cottage. I '. Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. p -

U'\\alll if returned I turn.,' toilor uiftdes'j'ts. 16j3m hundreds of shades. $10.-ICC:: East Chase street, 3 roomcottage.

!ns I Sgt. u. s?. M c, i i'E lPC 1liiitatip.. Too, we have Easter Cards, Easter I I I 1 S. A. FRIEDMAN, t !

__ -SmJt.: Booklets Bibles Prayer Books and East LaRua street. 4 room '
I ---- $ 9 -910' : : J

: i IUt dog answers t.''ALFMAN., SOuth PaUfox umbrella.street. maker Re-cover-, 315 many Easter Novelties. Drop in. 1 cottage.A ; I -. 1- .' SOLE: PROPRIETOR PEXSACOLA, FLA.- -1 ti ;.;

." I 1. Scar on left hint. I I ing and repairing: of umbrellas and large ht of smaller dwellings, as P. O. BOX 4IH. TKLKPHONK: I1j.on' ;
!f returned to res. parasols a pecialty. Silk covers I well as a number of stores and of l1IsIc rdft ..

Imams, 227:! Xortl I \ alw-iyson haul.: jan 3 J. M. ODE, fees for rent. .- -..--- ', il; .
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t CO., I i,
I Dresses made from $1.50 up. Other AND STATIONER THOS. C. WATSQX i-t: handle every clam; of Llqiors sold, In 4 i -
I j sewing as reasonable, 26 South IKSELLER Leading. Real Estate, Rental and -- bulk .)r bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices that f 4 4 z

I Spring between West Romana and 203 South Palafox Street, Insurance Agents, 1 South Palafox are way down. I -

'T T Nevis' WANT COLUMN. j Garden streets. ml9-lm PENSACOLA, Fla. street. L AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEERJ jf ; -


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THE DAILY NEW* PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY. MARCH 28 1803
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GREAT'VALUE FOR LITTLE Gaughy the Misses Thompson of s FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY-

Louis'ilIe.Iiss Edna Avery, Miss Mary -

OUTLAY.Are Aiken Lieut.-Com. A. F. Fetchtele

Lieutenant J. McGinness:: Lieutenant
a member of fiat small class of E. H. Lieutenant W. H.
consumers yon who are not using "GOOD LUCK Campbell. ............... ...............: TAKE
I Chambers, Mr. L. R. Leahy Mr. E. A. OFF.
Baking Powder A duty 1rblrb the houieifo
o.hel'llUlf 15 to obtain that whi"-U,with the Green, and Dr. C. P. Kindleberger. i. "-'" ')!',.. !; ... .
least expenditure: of time and laW,will produce The table was artistically decorated :.@.. ) -;'1/) .
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Haveu'tyoua desire I .s:; ''''
too grcateetnult.3 with handsome: roses ferns and smilax fhlh fblU
the blot,and purcta It at the lowest 0
to use only
fljureT "&DUD trCK"1rill. at a cost often in gracefjl profussion the massive THOSE HEAVY WARM-LOOKING SHOES AND PUT ON A P 3 Cj:

oento per pound, ral and giro you the greatest satUfaction. Don't I I them from which rose effectively the NICE,

delay order Richmond.to-day. Virginia. Ii Each beautiful ladle's candelbara place was shaded marked in witha red. i New Orleans Grocery, I If COOLOXFORDS


--. ,. .. .. .-- -- .. .. large souvenier boquet of violets JAMES McHUGH Prop. f

.....,..................} i i tied with satin ribbon the geatleenm'si .
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i with boutonniers of the same WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE \

f : flower. The elegant menu was tbor.'njo'ed. ROASTED COFFEES i ii CITY. CAN HOW YOU TH-
i SOCIAL ECHOES i i
i ; oughly;: ( and altogether it was

'a most lovely affair the entire party \

.............t.........v being entertained after dinner by the +

"Wise men are instructed by reason I Iowa house.minstrel performance at the opera i e BLENDED TEAS A I 25 STYLES AT $3.50,

; less Intelligent men. by experience .
the more ignorant by necessity; IN PATENT COLT, PATENT KID, PATENT CORONA PAT :- Eu.
Mrs. Bryan Black entertained this
and animals by Instinct."-Cicero. afternoon on the bay in honor of her : OUR SPECIALTIES. : MEL, BOX CALF, VELOUR CALF, ELI CALF, PHOENIX KO t..A2Eo

Cards have betn received from Jlr guests. i -- KID, AND VICI KID; IN THE BROAD HEAVY EXTENSION: SOtES

Daniel II. the of i: WITH
House to marriage
Ensign Ward K. Wortman of the VjW : -f ROPE STITCHED BOTTOMS, OR THE LIGHT, EASY PL'A. .t Es
hi.- daughter Carrie Eleanor: to Mr. *
battleship! Massachusetts went over toj I e WITHOUT EXTENSION, IN LACE OR BUTTON PLAIN
J. George Turner, of l'(>:!sJcola. Tues 0' T (;sIN .
Mobile on a short visit. I alc I :
day morning April the seventh at the !i : I 1 c FACT ANY STYLE YOUR FANCY MAY CHOOSE, IN A ,JR
llaJ" tot (thurch Greenville.; Alabama. J 0' m a "
tl 11.. congratulations and best \\hhjv i ; A LI.I N !,p WIDTH YOU WANT.
REAL ESTATE ... .
tit i' U the many friends of this (Laren-I\ .. "c"'" :-c .. 1 -...-......- -- ...- --
iJ. .mng couple are extended. '- :
1 1 w : ;' In, at home in Pl'n aclla otter the e. LI.I -f o.

nth of Apri'Lnn.ihcsns !. TRANSFERSVarious r MEYER SHOE CO
W Y + m : ,
: ... oe
'' teas and dinners .I I "
'' transfers of Iscambia county -< I
aboard ship have been the prevailing real estate were recorded during I : u. 'I : Ffft Furnisliers for l'a..h Onl,..

features of this we k socially.: Among the week: ending Saturday, March 28, c 5E

the iiiCtet elegant was tit, dinner Jlon- en I I 3: j 103 SOUTH PALAFOX
I'M all: of whch: are reported for c I STREET.:
day evening by Aruiral Higsiiiisoii to P1
The News by Thos. C. Watson & z I Fs5 a

31 rs. Bryan Black and her charmingroung fT'If I
Co. real estate agents: :
and Mrs. II. II. Thorn .
- ;ton, aboard guests the Kearsnrge. Splendid First National Bank to L. A. McGib- : ....I I I ::! : THE NEW STORE
bon-Lots ;; to Z;, blk 'J, Bluff Springs .... C
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music was rendered by the flagship -$1So. < z .
band to tbJJl'asure of the i. -
adding I). W. McMillan to Frank Smith- !
diners. The cabins were tastefully WASH GOODS. WHITE GOODS
decorated and the table radiant in Block 231: McMillan's Addition-$1. | HICH GRADE CROCERIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL J Fancy Oxford . .were 50c, now 39c
Same to same-Block 249 McMillan's Lot T 500 yds Fancy Eta as and
its exquisite appointments and beautiful Tissues. . . .WEre 35c, now 25c
-\djition-$1. o jjt Feed Stuffs of All Kinds.f.f. : Pique, at 25c yard.
. I llowers. The lovely! centerpiece, Stripe Madras..were 35c now 25c
,is I: was a large cut glass bowl of calla John Antone to Frank Smlth-\orth. _. Lot 2-600 Yds Fancy MSB-is aid
. west U of sw 1,4 of ne >4. sec 2C, tp 1, j i| PHONE 105. i DRESS GOODS. Pique, at 33c yard.
lillies. Rod white and blue ribbons
, S. R. :31: \\'-$10. Ail-Wool Voiles . . .50c
, t decorated the table!: with the handsome E. C. Gentry to A. A. Fisher-Lot 1 ............ .................,.....N.N............ 46-inch Wool Ettamine..90c ward yard Lot 3-400 yds Fancy Madras and
at 38c
--- Pique yard.
I sih.'i! candelabra and loving cups. '- - '-- -- -
and part lots 23 to 2S, blk 97, Clapp 36-inch Wool Albatross . 45c yard
I Kadi ruost's: 1laee'a;; marked with Tract-11<> '. .! ':! :!.:!'! .!.!.:!.:! '!:.!.! . 40-inch White Lawn, at ., ::0:! :!'!:'!' CCLlLL'L'Cl: : : '! :!'!'!L.!\!'!;!!'!' !!'. '? 22-inch Nun's Veiling. 18c yard _
a sanIJmir.l's lag! with their name .
.tj L. & N. R. U. Co. to R. G. Peters S Black Mohair..50. 75c and $1.00 '
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2S52552i
on it.An 252525252525'25t)
" :(X' :2S".H: acres of sections 20' and 21 tp : CORSETS.
ugh tfcfoorate: dinner was sorted ini lf l ;
'il GRENADINE
:2: S. R. J1 w-est-J224.12.:: :: :: PATTERNS: BEST LINES 50c and $"
1: ten courses, to guests thoroughly enjoying AND ALL-OVER LACE.
1 J. J. Hooton to J. T. Newton-Block 1
i the delightful hospitality( uft1 1:101.EW: City-$ HIli. 03i1M 6-yd Grenadine Patterns $S, $7.50, $9 I

t1 f n'''r: 'listingi'ishetl host. Mary Tairent et al. to Southern All-Over Black Laces 50 75 and $1 yd MILLINERY OPENINGAND Tl.oJ".AVI
t <: \
. "! -- States Lumber Co.-HOO acres in sec | Foulard Silk Patterns. yds for $7.50 WEDNESDAY.:
c A dainty luncheon was given rn thei .' ,. I
,;11 1. tp) 1. N. R. S2: West sec. IS, tp 4, ., rn. ". .' ;:.;; ., ; i! -- -
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!fla-,slip: Thursday by Captain kmp.t -'"
N. R. .::West: and sections 12 and 13. I I MEN'S AND BOY'S DEPARTMENT.
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hat! to a party of young: ladies charmingly
i"J i tp j. N. R. :C3: west- N525ZeZr25 QQQ25'25"J-525J i! Boy's Suits . . . . . . . .'. . . . .$1.10 tlBoys'
I ihapcronetl. Miss! Edna Avert .
B. H. Burton to D. Perry-Lots ID: i ., I
11 Miss lla/zard. Mis Denbam and MissMarion ... ; Wash Suits-------------------------------------------- 75c t, 3
and :2i: ). bk :25'i:;; New City-$1. I n ,! Coronet Pants for Boys (best yet) . . . . . . .ts
Suttr. George; Smith to Alex. Stewart-% : ; Well-Made Overalls for Men and Boys------------------------. .ts

iMJ acre ia lot 9, in lot 8, sec ::2. tp C, N. : i iIi I I Straw hats for AIL. . . . . . . . . . :25c >. ,
The \VhUt club met Friday afternoon Spring MillineryMONDAY :1
with Mrs. R'. K. Hyer. U. Cu: W3st-$:23.P. :; I Men's Suits for Easter-------------------------------------$-4,75 tt

, ----- H. & S. Association to H. G. Dc- -- --._ --
Silva-Lots ;5 to S, 11 and 12, blk :32.
t t Last night an elegant dinner wa.mun ."
i aboard the Iowa by Lai-n. U C. West Fling Tract IVbley: Ilan-$111110. GRAY
GOODMAN & RADER
ll jJ \! I:II I II1t'r. and Paymaster A. F. Hunt- t s-camuia County to Marine Hospital Ii Open ngl i ,
;:3tT\'ire-Pensacola Quarantine S\.z-\ ,
,:f.R imton, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Storm )!e. lien-'ZObuu.::! ,I

S. J. Gonzalez j Tr. et a!. to Kate H. I In.lh'sonIast

TilE WHOLE FAMILY .\ i2i:! ft. of iot t. bll! : and TUESDAY j

11 ti, )DoncUon Trad-$:JIM). ,
Benefits by Pare Fcod. S. L. Gray: Sanford Tollwrt-Part ,

: It has hapr'a. .1 in a treat; 'ninvfase ot N. E.ri sec ;:2.:: u>. C-$:oH ;' March 30th and 31 st. j jt"W :; I .

a !'; ? that one member ot a family: .I. M. Harvey to Bessie : .d JOur
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has b the use of .the coiciiifio -> X N SX\ \ -" X--l-N rfN - - ;
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-mm \I.Jreland-1
't i Lot :23: : ill Block IIMI East
weld ( >-Xuts, end s.rae cf the .
: irlpt -Jl. '

'i nth,'!' members hale taken: up thu I D.la T. Pulliani! to Hall ie K. Gtirkev I, I W. J. & B. FORBES. : Warm line of t; "' 1._. Alpaca, >

"I f iu'l and while;) enjoying its delicious ev-: by lab: feet se corner Arpenilot A tf.v' Serge
.i.1 !'! a. : '!'! ! : b. :'! i. : !'! !'! Y. !'!'!'!i!'!'! !",'! H, Weather .
1 ; aver! hay" bion cured! ')\arid-ss :> l l,11.t' N,). 71. Old City-$7211. i i Clothing 4r. j and .

'n"'his; in I disease: ? which had tpriiasIn : Paul T. Pulliani by Commissioner': % i is new {'ji ,
AlI
ni the use (.1 inr.ffi,I'T r>1041. Haute (juriie interest the Sicilion; '
to -'i in f ready. J'1)
t.i i la.y! of St. Paul Mir.n., gives ron in- sai.ie-?JJ.!: mTMooi ...... "" "- ',... .JI'I" Coats

b 'i1r.n'iYCf this. :She: sap: "Oar'ar I I'J P. H. T. Railway Co. to A. C. Blount. i SPRING A''\ ... ; : .4 t<
Assortment "' w'\l\ anti
: hilt old baoy has Kon: ('hln:: '! I
a I ..r Tni=K'O-Ixt near mouth Big Bay- < '
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j'j'U'l rt
J. Crape: -Xuts from an ill: non: ishwi! on-fl. f ": Vests
consistingof
f suffering: tonstir.tly frjm colds I '. :.AO- '
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"J.i ,
I Styles
I WE ARE NOW READY WITH .
and :l't.'rll'lli1ll's;; to a fit subjeet -!! li > ;
q OUR NEW SPRING AND SUMMER Crash, ) k Correct
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(' for a Laly ff>.l picture. I I ,
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i THE HUGGER"RELEASED STOCK OF MEN'S, BOYS' ANDCHILDREN'S Linen,
hr 'Jrape: Quality
i \\"hpnC began to five I CLOTHING HATS. Flannel

Nuts and milk: we sto;"iv l all other s I and and
SHOES AND GENTS' FURNISH.
ftxi'ls aid the improvement was so '
: INGS. THE LARGEST HANDSOMEST HomeSpun Prices
I rapid thate could Hate the chans;* ;
AND MOST COMPLETE IN
from' WI t'li to week. Baby was made = AlwaysTrousers.
I iveM and stron?. I A bluejacket named Fancy who ,, WEST FLORIDA.WE Coats and. .

t "liut when I suggested it to toys i was sentenced to pay a fine of $50.;; HAVE BEEN SEARCHINGTHE _ 0" ) Right.
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husband who had chronic dyspepsia; ] twenty days pgo for disorderly conduet MARKETS FOR GOODS TO I a. _

terribly! he said, 'I have dieted euoush | was gnen his release from the I Iclt < PLEASE ALL AND WE ARE 1ti -&,.- -I

.V mn n'?y AS veil ht' a.? to live on !, }'- jail at 9.CU I o'clock this morning' 14- h PROUD OF THE FRUITS OF OUR '

heiltb road' Hut I persisted and and was taken in charge by a squad'of 4s EFFORTS. YOU WILL FIND HERE

1 one morning; I served firai><'--\"ut ah'l it I i| marinesl'o: had btcn sent after a GOODS AS GOOD AS MONEY CAN ,. ,

cream to him. When ho tasted it he deserting; seaman named Hicks. Far q'r BUY AND THE BEST PRODUCTIONS

was most agreeably surprised. For I ir ley was warmly greeted by a number I ? OF THE FOREMOST MAKES JOS. COLEMAN
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the first time in months his stomach: uf his acquaintaiices who had: heard s { OF CLOTHING SUCH AS HART, ,
and food ajrreed with each other an.l that )his release was IH'Jl>>able this j SCHAFFNER & MARX, THE FECH-

since that time he has improved until morning.M&or. 'Ii at HEIMER FISHEL CO., AND SAM
I .0-CLOTHIER,-
Le is a staunch advocate of this do- Jones ordered that Farley be; ; UEL W. PECK &. CO.

lic'uus food. turned over to the squad with Hicks. t
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'From our family the use of Grape- The mayor thought an Imprisonmentof LASS FOOTWEAR AND CROSSETT.- HANAN, DOUG. 212 South Palafox, .:l.+.tdt IVnsacola, 1'loriil.i.

Nuts spread to our friends and onein twenty Jaysas sufficient for the
particular was very delicate and man to have: a better control of himself ,. SHIRTS-MANHATTAN, ECLIPSE

I always sick. One day our physician in the future. AND ANCHOR BRAND. JAflES HUGHES

Dr. ll.ill. said to her, 'Go home and Farley has: gained the title of I HATS-DUNLAP, STETSON AND YOUNG BROTHERS. ,

make it your business to eat GrapeNuts. -Jack, the Huser";: on account of his COLLARS AND CUFFS-CORLISS, COON & CO., AND

.' She followed the doctor's or offense. Just three weeks ago while EARL & WILSON.OVERALLSH. .

I and frequently mad under the influence of liquor he became S. PETERS' FAMOUS UNION MADE.

tIer Grape-Nuts literally into puddings and otheu 'I imbued with the idea that a BOILER[ AND MACEINE[ WORKSI

dishes. The results have been a surprisinfi certain highly respected young lady
WE WILL NOT TALK PRICES NOW.ALL .
gain in flesh: and she is now .I in the city was the sole object of his

entirely free of all illness nervousness aftt'Ctions, and when she started to

and is rapidly getting stronggatt" I 33S him on Talafox street he threw WE ASK IS A FAVOR AND THAT IS THAT YOU WILL BOILERS AND MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD.

? Name furnished by Tosttmi his arms about her familiarly and CALL UPON US AND BE CONVINCED AS TO WHAT WE
SAY EVEN IF YOU DO NOT BUY.
Co., Tattle Creek Mich. I save her a warm caress. In a moment Sol to 807 South Palafox St.

There are scientific reasons why he was in the arms of the officers who

this food is as valuable to one member -I piloted him to jail after a great deal PHONE 123 and 292. POSTOFFICE BOX YOLc

of the family as to another. It lof trouble. The mayor fined him $;b4 JOHN WHITE -- Hudgins' new style-label for his 5

is perfect for athletics yet at the the nest day or three months in jailon Millinery opening of Spring fashions -
cent cigar will Interest you.
same time is pre-Uigested and no I account of his refusal: to go out PHONE 225. 205-207 S. Palafox St. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,

stomach is so weak it will not relish with the street gans. He was very March 24, 25, and 26, at Mrs. N. Bow- Try Gunther'i Candies at

the food. glad to get out today I ers, on South Palafox street Solomon's.
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