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yOL. 39.- PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 30 1903
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WERE E ANGERED NEXT YEAR'S -RECIPROCITY TREATY -. i m:'>>!j1iIj'!{'f rt: j tJ.; !t'J:!;



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BY THE ;. '! j

ADMIRAL DEMOCRATIC PLATFORMSenator IS APPROVED lit ; } ;: !j-t,



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MAD, CUT CONTENT it refused to respect the blockade. I f H 1'

SESt41S Captain Coghlan seems, however, to Morgan Gives His Ideas. CUBAN SENATE ADOPTS IT WITHOUT the Cuban Senate in ratifying the r&ciprocity : :; iH". I il'(it i,!
Tr4Eti'SELVES: : BY THINKINGWAS treaty, : his t1 l.f '
expressed grat } .
have spoken from Admiral Dewey'sown A CHANGE.-VOTE ON THE ii' 'I V.
ification. ; ,4 J
INCORRECTLY heart Captain Coghlan was disciplined : \
Ev: ''
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CZ. and President McKinley expressed MEASURE 12 TO 9.-FINAL ACTION But three days remain of the timalimit j:h ;D. ; x4 ;

NO TIME FOR DEAD ISSUES-DOES NOT within which ratifications can I, f L 3 ,
,v- -J to the German Ambassador CARE WHO THE BY THE SENATE WAS i
his regret that the incident tsccurrer be exchanged. Secretary Hay, said, !f : : .- !It ,1

The same thing must perhaps be done NOMINEE F MAY BE. LONG DELAYED. however, that as soon as official notification 1- js 'jJ..1
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!) C., March !).-Ad- ia given by cable of the mall- .tt : :; ':
in order that .
now, superheated Des $ 1
-- ing of the documents the !' 'tlJ l I.
i f'! ,ration, in a pub necessary i :
eys may be cooled down. Political lJ 11 j'
\ that Goraacy's Havana, March 28.-The treaty of ratifications can be exchanged at t k iJ 'i :'!.
generals and admirals at any rate SAYS WHETHER A NORTHERNER the Filipinos independence, that is fI.t.,r', ,
once without waiting for their receipt. 'I'
\ o.erestimatcd, that reciprocity between Cuba and the
of tne time discuss. '
are not a sign wholesome political to the question.
i1 .,.m maneuvers weren OR SOUTHERNER, BOLTER OR United States, as amended by the Senate Secretary Hay added that in his t. .
conditions. i As
to a candidate next Sena .
,
year Iv }
message Minister Squires he gave r ;:A.1 I
Amcricin naval of the United
it: States, was approved ;
The Tageblatt sees in Admiral Desey's REGULAR, HE SHOULD BE tor Morgan said: } f
the : i
positive assurance that the President :
the German Era- S o'clock in
r to at tonight the Cuban
i
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words confirmation of "its oft "I have
no candidate. I don't care i f. rr.: '
"my on" cite, and that' repeated assertion that the United LOYALLY SUPPORTED BY THE whether he is a Northern man or a Senate by a vote of 12 to 9. This approval would call an extra session of v I ':
the is absolute it is Congress in the fall. The time was : H't.t. I
States :s most and not hampered
navy
States victory over Spain has Southern man, though in
easy some th"
DEMOCRATS.Washington; ways; t r
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not stated, but the secretary said that
;
force in the
conditions the
1 laing worM by questionable
: any
certain military : I would .r'f
produced a exaggerated prefer a Northern man, be f"'
Congress would be convened sufficiently j'. J uj:
i::,. inmost' stir in Washing self-conceit." cause he would be less subject to time limit amendment having .
been with in advance of the regular session ;J !. i: t
because this interview dispensed through the
receipt
'y The Tagablatt adds the "Vessels on criticism and raillery. I do not
care, a i
March 29.-Senator to assure its action on the treaty 'f ;1/ 1
of tho Secretary :
cable from :
on the heels of the pres- message 'f"l"
the American station, after docking at either whether he is a regular or a .
i i linatiou of Emperor Wil- Morgan had something to say today Hay, in which it was positively as required by the Senate amendments -4 h'"r i
St. Thomas, Bermuda and Newport bolter. I think it is a democratic, f :
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i.i aiion for the United News, will proceed to South American abcut what the democratic party; as well as a Cnristian, doctrine that declared that President Roosevelt before Dec. 31. r. I : !

: "',tic-slap squadron: to visit waters." should do next year when a man repents he should betaken would call a special session of Con ;J 1' J 1 J

.y Tiiin: turn, had followed Dewey Declares Interview was Correct He would recommend the reiteration into the lellowship as if he had gress prior to Dec. 1. A SPECIAL 1-TTt!

rr.mont's expressed disinM :; Washington, March 28.-At the in of never sinned. But 1 do not profess The purport of this assurance was It-'f \ 'f'?
the cardinal principles that obtained
accept this year a eta transmitted to the Senate by President ; iJi
stance of the President, Admiral Dewey to be a platform-builder nor a party MILTON POUCH ;
fri'.erick! the Great as a gift called by appointment at the White with the party prior to the organizer. I am only a democrat Palma and read at the beginning of rye. ;

.. ,'rmany. There is much spec (louse today and made a full explanation civil war, and the elimination of the I, and adhere to the principles of my the session, an understanding having IV. I '.! j'1r.
here to whether the Ger"Imperor : been reached previously with Senators .
as
of a recent newspaper interview issues of a temporary nature since party. t
NEW AND CONVENIENT SERVICE
: will take offense at in which[ the Admiral was quoted assaying that time. Bustamente, Capote and Dolz, j' : : I fI

Hewey'oJ unfavorable com "The Carribbean Sea manouv- composing the majority of the For HAS BEEN INAUGURATED I' ', \
In building platfoims, certain prin ,
A LONG TIMEIN sign Relation Committee, that tho ION ,
lesson the Kaiser -
res were an object to t : !
ciples formed the democratic creed in the be THE FLORALA TRAIN. rf\ :. ;
official of the state depart more than to any other person." objectional condition report f .i'1 IIi
"i'ay that he would not The Admiral assured the President He would apply those creed principles POSTOFFIGE eliminated. This was done by the offering ; : I
'! if Germany inquired of amendments by other administration I I' V' !
to the
that he had no intention of reflecting maIling platform next
"' Caribbean: maneuvers, in the interview upon Germany, her year -- senators, submitting the Begining last Saturday a new and I' : t l: v ,?i ; ,

as an "object lesson" unconditional adoption of the amend 1 1 { } !!
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emperor or her navy and that. while "We democrats," said the senator : CHIEF CLERK HUMPHREYS WILL convenient mail service was inaugurated i. : 1
the statements credited to him were I ments to the treaty by the American ?\ .f.fI
"follow principles: and not leaders as I' between this city and Milton : : I
: IMC oorpo it is beilliam substantial! what he said, he neglec C.:>M!'. ETE A SERVICE OF 11 Senate for the qualified acceptance I a special pouch arriving on the train i'11 i ; ..
\': will not make members of the church follow doc \
I > contained in the original report. i .
ted to caution the interviewer against
YEARS FOR UNCLE SAM WED at 10:20:: a. m. and returning at 4 ;f .
.1 i, i.t of it. quoting him. trines and not preachers. The republican Was: Lwn9 n.l Uy.d. D. m. i 'i.h t )l

\I'> -ud today that tl'e At the close of the interview the party would not today put iito NESDAY.In Final action was delayed for a long This service was granted through ,> L '
1, he was quoted time by the discussion of an amendment I
Admiral returned immediately to his. their platform a plank driving the the commendable efforts of Postmas ',,# .

\1."- n. :. :: I u.rroct.:' Rhode Island: Avenue home. The Admiral !southern states out of the union for offered by Senators Sanguilly, ter J. L. Brown of :Milton, who, according fitI,, e ,1 V t
point of service Mr. Gad Hum. and Recio requiring the
,
I i > 1",1 in why it houM Tamayo t : s'
declined to make any statement restricting suffrage, yet during reconstruction to the Index of that city, began !! ..
r. .r. -i r., ; .1'"'< iila- exc'tcment," for publication. At the Whiie House times such phreys is the oldest employe of the House[ to pass upon the treaty. This ; to talk up for the service as : .p: : I
a plank i
::1 : "i' :,'ii:i I "1 :11: ou- menu it was said the Aimiral's! explanation[ would have hearty republican support. Pensacola post office, for on Wednesday was voted down, 5 to 13.; soon as the new passenger train was r 'I; t K'Lf )
'. "1 "' !i'J he: world. That he will have completed an uninterrupted An amendment to order a substitutefor !- i I
the President. It ten His efforts '
was satisfactory to That has all collapsed! and tho put on days ago. ,t t
'''I' 'j d;' man navy I merely: is not believed that further official notice silver and Philippines issue are in service of eleven! years in the committee's report was. then were crowned with success, for thoservice .' '. 1 :

.' ': ......Iltl.- of comparison. will be taken of the incident. the same' category. We can well affor this branch of Uncle Sam's institu offered by Senators Frias, Montagudo was ordered and commenced i : t :r '

i '.' .!'ii ot Germany: was tions. and Detancourt. This approved and last Saturday. I j i! itIV; \ ,t.-.:
ratified all the amendments of the .
Mr. Humphreys will probably
THE SQUADRON WILL appropriately By the new service Milton citizens t '. f.
1 i -, 1 Admiral 1 Dewey Two Cardinal Points. celebrate the anniversaryif Senate at Washington and recommended enjoy the only privilege of recening : 1 of;.:
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HOT GO TO KIEL "Two cardinal points should be I 'i.jj :
take
that the Cuban executive
1'inily at the cabi1 his present pcstion will permit of an answer to letters written j ;4'.. :>p : "; 1 :
1 Berlin March 2S.-TUo decision of made in the platform. First, a financial conducive to obtaining effective \
acton
him
I 1and the explaiia'i doing so. in the forenoon before supper if ; pj I ; !J 'il
". !! the admiral was Prcsi'lent Roosevelt! not to send tho plank for plying all! obligations,, During this long and faithful service reciprocity as soon as posible. To same is wanted. They also enjoy i I 1 .r t ,-.. ;'. : 1Ih
United States North Atlantic Squadron iucauling the natior al debt, and redeeming this substitute report was added the if.,lt.t '
"I i I.Miration.! Secre- tha gentleman has worked un '' privilege of receiving The News !i J
Dar- to Kiel for tne regatta; week, is all contracts, pub'ic and live and has following: { '" '
v I.i .; Secretary der postmasters never shortly after it ;leaves the press unless I ; .: f ''9C
,
-I the matter. accepted officially as being wise, private, on a spc.de basis. It is only i been suspended a day, although he "This recommendation must not betaken unavoidable delays are encountered h-I' 4'r, t! II

though Emperor William much desired honest and gentlemanly to pay one's : incidentally remarked to a friend, as an amendment to or a modification in this office which makej l j .:t'lI-

> The German: for- the presence of the American debts. I "it was not because I lid not deseiveit. of the treaty." the paper go to press later than ::J {; '

1' > ilo not believe a I warships to enliven the annual yacht "Second, a declaration of the principle i ." Senators Bustamente, ,Capote and 3.0 p. m. k Ell' .. d;ice .

M' will lesult from ins; season.' It ia undetrtocd: here that all taxes whether external The postmasters whom he has Dolze; announced their acceptance of The mail is received and distributed ,,j : ,;: ", 'i;; ;

: i., \\ with Admiral that Uie Washington new of the case or internal should be uniform in the seen ushered: in to the office were his the substitute report, while Senator here at 11 a. m., but it is well to 1.1.i ', .' ii'" i

d! in the newspaX was that the visit of the squadron United States in every part, instate,, father, 5Iaj. F. C. Humphreys, A. J. Zayas ant: a committee argued againstit. understand that: to secure their I.',. ;-:- -: '11' I

.1. and containing would have: been considered by the territory, insular possessions, dependency Pollock, W. ... Lee, Rix M. Robinson The contention of the last named prompt delivery and forwarding, letter f t, tJ, I
"'.,. German and cabinets to be in the nature and everywhere else of the uncertainty as to the actionof .
navy European and Wm. II. Nonhup. lie has was mail must be in the local post- .a i ; 'p 'It

>!' 1 i The officials! say of a friendly demonstration, unless our dominion. also winessed a great many changesin the American Congress. office by 3 o'clock. The service I in /1 'f' .. j

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.'oily quoted: "cspec- other shores and the United States: free trade and next encourage her to positions under different ad Senator Sanguilly, in a long .and impassioned the Milton people, who without stint ). j !j i t; ; I: !. I,
\ will lie not wiling to come into the union to insure enjoyment speech against the ratification } !
iugood Navy Department was ministratiors. He is thoroughly con place the credit for same on their : .'t
-. Gi-rraany in the mesI enter upon a prolonged social cam of free trade. i \ersant with every detail of the office of the treaty, impressively pictured postmaster. ',1.,'t';, t r '. f.-ll, I

I with Prince Henry." aL;n.The. "The tariff plank night well! remark -' and on account of this knowlt the gradual absorption of Cuba It is understood that an effort :i' f .!j.. "t 1

:'.('lals add that should Germans added, however, thatit that the tariff is confessedlymade edge Postmaster Northup, the present by the United States, in which he said will be made by citizens of Holt, Millijran .

; ,01 out to he true it I is not understood why American too high, the idea being that incunibeiit, has appointed him as general the present action was one step. He Crestview and Florala to be i i It .;1.. : I

somewhat dis- ships, "consistently stay from German the very excess of taxation would argued that it was disgraceful for oir 1J '
> pr'\o I superintendent of mails, a position similarly favored by the postofflca : 1: r". R;
i'. Haut relations with ports." It is remarked that the enable as to make bargains! with which enabled him to dispensewith Cuba to be a party to such a scheme I department. Local timber and business '1il .t ". :

." i I' -. united States squadron touched at other. countries under a reciprocity I' the night clerkship, which he Senator Bustamente, in a brief and men wou.d greatly appreciate', H; ')

\ ,'"mation has been rev Italian French, Spanish Portugese systen, but the republicans are backing held for many years, and in whichhe able final speech, cited various inci- any effort in this direction. r". #" ; ',,,"j. t1'It'1 r'I!I

\\ .Ihin on.I and English harbors, and sailed up away from leciprccity, and still has established an enviable re- dents of history to show that neither '" Jt.I (- t x I

i''!-o Tt'c'utm'rlcan the Baltic, stopping;; at Scandinavian won't lower the tariff. The tariff cord. weak or wicked nations make commercial Mr A. M. Soderlin Dead. : 1 ,. e .' ; yCY

: rin West India wa- and Russian ports When Admiral' should not be destroyed, but modi His acquaintances all know him treaties, and predicted with {s.' t-"Ii, .a t
.' Illinois fied. the results in this case. Florala, Ala., March 2C, 19t.-Mr. i
i I.- of tho foreign officer Crowninshield's flagship, the as "Gad"; they also recognize in certainty
:' to have been "ill cho- grounded July It, 1.l1)! : while entering Speaking of the trusts, the senatorwas i him one of the most competent of The vote was taken separately on A. M. Soderlin of Svea died this afternoon 1-i 111' t.; tf' J;

1 .my has no interests in the harbor of Christiana: the German very clear as to a remedy. He postoffice clerks, and rejoiced when each section of the substitute report. about 3 o'clock.Ir.. Soder t t M : t

,'- and it would seem Admiralty offered through Commas said: the announcement was made of the The vote on the unconditional ratification lin was secretary and treasurer of 'it' ',t li ,
in this was 12 to 9; on the Southern Syrup company, formerly ; ., i;
1 V inoeuvers could witn der Beehler to dock her at Kiel, but The largest consumer appointment conferred on him by of the treaty
;. e bo alluded to as be- Admiral Crowninshield refused and country by far is the government. Its Postmaster Northup. the recommendation of the executiveit of Chicago, and has made Svea hU: ilsr''I:

i li..::iam'." went to Chatham England. The American purchases embrace a variety that is was 11.to9. home now for oval' twelve months. 'f't.1 ,I, .

Ctrman Papers Talk. vessels never came to Germany,, infinite, from the curtains that hangin THE MANUFACTURERSWILL The present session of the Senate He left a wife end three children. j'f z; -:
to the nails in The ratification will Doctors Trammel and Adams left at .r, ., _,V ; ;t. i
w with Admiral Dewey though they visited the other principal the white house HOLD MEETING.A then adjourned. : r >
1. i 11 11-: newspapers here. European coasts. a soldier's coffin. The governmenthas be exchanged by cable. 5 o'clock for Svea where they will r(, 1 .ttt ;,
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:' ,t usually moderate tone the right to protect itself againstover special meeting of the Gulf Coast United States Minister Squires said embalm: the body, which will\ be sent lfk 1. V it.;' ,

"a! bitter manner. For BETTER WORK FORCOTTON charges and monopolies. If the Lumbermen's Association will be called this evening to the representative of to Chicago. Mr. Soderlin had many t J .,(

'; Vosbische Zeitung says: SCREWMEN. government uses beef, pork, iron, in New Orleans next Friday for the the Associated Press: friends! in this section who regret his! +l, ; .jrl

\: riran; navy is evidentlyr' steel, copper or anything else, it can purpose of offering opposition to the "The ratification of the treaty without death. He was about :36: years of age. 'r." 1 i.It;;,.!'

'*" "'.- !". a disease of infancy Messrs. J. C. Campbell and J. W. extend the penalties of the Shermanlaw proposed advance in freight rates of amendment is due almost entirelyto

:T ; '. i. ty.I Its leader evinces Powers of New Orleans are expected to punish combinations that two cents per 100 pounds by railroads assurance given by President Roosevelt !. Boreett'i Vanilla Extract has outlived
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the finest and
It is parent
and restrict production.That to Ohio and Mississippi river that he will call an extra sessionof criticism.
::"-ivakably immature. One here this afternoon on an important overcharge ( '' '
r.::'V "V: ',i-ij amazed that such Inv mission. They are representatives of would wipe out monopolies points. The lumbermen claim that Congress before Dec. 1. This action vanilla extract that can be bought ; 5J i
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Once tried, always used. ,
".' "'. complacency! should takes the New Orleans Cotton Screwmen's The Philippines. the advance in rates is only against of the President will be appreciated --- -

r'v .n poopie of Germanic origin. Association and come here to induce "The Kansas City declaration for yellow pine, it is stated, and does not i and accepted by the Cuban Gray, Goodman & Rader wish toanaounce

F'i'. I'...H'l'lf"ou. I J not excite wonL the local body of the cotton workers independence for the Filipinos was a affect hardwoods, white pine or government and people as another evidence to the public that their big I

,\:: :' >.3' ccurred in some Central to send delegates; to a convention tobe rain declaration. Suppose we should spruce, thus giving the manufacturersof of sincere friendship and interest spring opening of Fine Millinery will r

P'"'i'h Airor'.can! republic or Hayti. held in New Orleans Inlay, the pledge it for a certain time. It would those woods an nufair advantage on the part of a man, in whom take place Tuesday and Wednesday, "F. :

rip\ I K.\\.-y is a worthy imitator purpose of which is to provide a better .. result in building up among the Filipinos over the producers of the yellow pine they have ever had unbounded faith March 31st and April 1st. ..& V. ry; .
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; :!,a i now admiral) Coglan whoa' wage scale. The convention will of a party on that Idea that product The meeting will be held at and confidence." h $ ILL 1
to bring in.dependence. the St. Charles hotel at 2 p. m., and Malta-Vita, Shreaded Wheat Biscuits
N'York. club gave a boastful be made up of delegates from Galveston would be forever trying and Force with Cream at Sol- k' '

'..:-v' 1." '.,"g with insults! to Germa'v Port Arthur, Sabine Pass, Mobile;'I There would be no members in this city have been so In'. WILL BE AN SESSION. Oman's. ,a i

: "" '> r'1 up the exploded story Pensacola and shipping points up the peace until it came, and no prosperity formed. The association's membership EXTRA r "

'" '. Ml Dewey compelled the Atlantic coast as far north as Nor- 'after. We would go on and when the is made up of millmen from Florida Washington March 2S.-Secretary Hudglns has a new label for the # #.

c-r=-"a 2ua :at Manila to lie to when>folk. time I comas, in our judgment, to give Alaoama and Mississippi. Hay, when apprised of the action of best 5 cent cigar on the market .s }I
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MONDAY. MARCH 30 1.O3.i .
': THE DAILY NEWS: PENBACOLA, FLORIDA,


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PENSACOLA MANIS
Birmingham and Atlanta by next

j. RAILROAD fall. The Brunswick & Birmingham THE ILLINOIS BECOMING FAMOUS.

west through
railroad is building
Wilbur U. Goodman Esq., formerlyof

Georgia, and the Atlantic & Birmingham WILL BE DOCKED this city but now of Fairfield, Cali-

,' BUILDING IN is also constructing an extension, fo-ma. Is winning laurels in his new
each with the object of reaching the
field of labor. He has lately connect.
great mineral center of the South. The
ed himself with the legal firm of
r Louisville & Nashville is improving its THE BIG BATTLESHIP WILL
THEJMHITHAUTHORITY Coghlan Harry and Goodman the .
s
facilities in the coal and iron region
jirst named being a brather of Rear
PROBABLY SAIL FROM PENSA-
of Northern Alabama by building a for Infants and Children.
Admiral Cohglan, second officer to
ON SUCH MATTERSHAS couple of extensions.A COLA FOR NEW ORLEANS ON I Admiral Higginson of the North At Castoria is a iani'es'5 substituto for Castor Oil, Parrr

railroad recently incorporated
new lantic. In his series of successes recently gone, Drop and oothin" Syrups. It i3 flea tut, It
SOME ENCOURAGING NEWS is the Birmingham, Colmubus & TUESDAY.It contains neither Opium. '1orpltine nor other Xareotic
St Andrew which proposes to build Mr. Goodman won a criminalcase subftaaec. It destroys Worms and allays 1everi.hbe.

THIS WEEK CONCERNING PEN. from Birmingham via Columbus Ga., which was regarded as entirely It cures Diarrhoea aitlVind Colic. It relieses Teeth.%
Troubles and cures Constipation it regulates
SACOLA AND VICINITY. to St. Andrew's Bay Fla., and it has is probable that the battleship hopeless. ing Stomach slid Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep the,

just been announced that the Union Illinois commanded by Captain Con ". The ChUclreu's Panacea-The Mother's Friend
Anoluer TLir
I Springs & Northern is to build from verse will Itave here either tomor In
I finding Jackie sobbing a
Auntie ( The Kind You Have Always *
( Manufacturers' Record.) Fort Davis on the Seaboard's Montgomery row or Wednesday for New Orleans to corner)-Why, Jackie what has happened Bough

The trend of railroad building in I line northwest sixty miles toI go into dry dock. The vessel is under to make you feel so bad this > Bears the Signature of

the South at the present time is to-i I Rockford which is in the direction of orders to proceed to that city as soon morning? r

ward the Gulf of Mexico and also to- I Birmingham, and a further extensionof as possible and it is only because of Jackie-Jl-ma missed some Jelly.

ward Birmingham the center of the about equal length wouid carry the the high waters of the Mississippi river Auntie-llo bo, I Sloe: And her suspicions
fell eh?
great mineral district of Alabama. road to that city. Such an extension that sh9 has not alread gone to upon you
Jackie-N'o, auntie. It was her slip
There are no signs of a lessening demand could be used to give the SeaboardAir the docks. per.-Boston Courier.

t for transportation facilities to Line a very direct route from The navy department has left the

one or another of the Gulf ports, and Birmingham to Savannah.It entire matter with Captain :Merrill NOTICE. In Use For Over 30 Years.
.......... ..
it has also become a matter of necessity I appears probable that after the in charge of the Algiers dock; and mr euTOU" TT .n .CET CIT.

for the railroad system in that Seaboard enters Birmingham the com- should that officer tomorrow notify Regular communication Pensacola

section to enter Birmingham. A I Ipany will turn its attention towards: Admiral Higginson that the big river Lodge Xo. 42, F & A. M., Thursday

glance over the situation shows that jgetiirg t a further extension to New has subsided sufficiently to make it fight; April 2, S p. m. Visiting brethren 1 1 W' B. WRIGHT GOOES!

t rapid progress is being made by those Orleans. It has been reported upon safe for the Illinois to be docked that cordially invited.B. \ ,

lines which have already begun construction .I several occasions tnat the system ship will weigh anchor at once and C. TL'XISOX. M. i'y\ \ j jI
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FS and in addition to these would build beyond Birmingham, but sail for New Orleans. T. 1!. FLnCTNYOOD, Sec. I fl 1i IS

?ii i there are several new corporations, nothing authoritative has been announced It is stated that as yet no definite .. : 'n. LUMBER
LATHS
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: X i t which have already begun construction I upon that subject. plans have been reacheJ.: The de A BAD COMPLEXION. ,

!i and in addition to these there I This new railroad building, as wellas partircnt' has left it entirely with the Pimples blackheads and muddy rG/ I 2iE-D CTPBESS SHIHBLES-flH? >!!

are several new corporations which that which is in prospect will provide Admiral and Captain Converse to use complexion, which are so common ; ;, 1
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promise to be of considerable magni extensive facilities for transporting their own discretion in the matter among boys and girls at a certain I I ffjOSL. -- PEN8ACOLA.! FLA

tude. the agricultural products of the and these two ofnceis are relying upon age indicate a torpid liver. A courseof
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HEPATICURA will cleanse the
Considering first those railroads West and Southwest on the one hand Captain Merrill to announce whenit
I system regulate the bowels and liver
which are seeking a Gulf outlet, the I land the mineral products of the Birmingham is safe to dock the big ship.It and produce a clear healthy complex CDJt1L Af D WOOD.

Missouri Pacific system is found to! district on the other to tide- is officially! stated that whatever ion. Sold by all druggists. :

be fast pushing its line southward water outlets either on the Gulf coast work: is to be done on the Illinois it -- --- -- -
{ I I WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA ROES TRA'E
along the west bank of the Mississippi or on the Atlantic. The business out will have to be rushed, as she must :

to reach New Orleans. The Shreve-i of Birmingham is growing fast and return to the squadron by April 15 in PIMPLESI':9Ilfe THIS WINTER THAN EVEK EFCKE

port & Red River Valley railroad is must need at least all the facilities order to take coal add leave Pensacola -

j also building on toward Xew Orleans i!! that are now beng prepared for its with the other vessels he days SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW

from the Northwest. Both of these transportation.A later. : bad pimple* on her face b-Jt
( she has been uWlnc UAsCAKhl'S and they Thompson Olsen companies are doing active work and The Indiana. it is also officially given have all disappeared. I hud: beta troubled '"
wIth constipation fur some t me. but after tak- f
\ the 'Frisco system has recently declared out will be docked but will be Inc the first Owcarrt I have bad no trouble
its intention Night Alarm. with this ahment. We cannot sneak too high- Manresa Street, Telephone 147.
to reach the Crescent
t sent to New York for that purpose. ly of C'a.>earets." FRED WARTMAS.57M .=
City the council having passed an ordinance Worse than an alarm of fire at This vessel has been on constant Germantown Ave.. I'lilladeliihia,PI.Plea.aDt. 1865. --

entrance there. i night Is the brassy cough of croup ESTABLISHED
ry giving an July for over twc years without having
i ii I CANDY
: From Guifport, :Miss.: we find the Gulf [which sounds like the children's been repaired and certain partsof

i & Ship Island railroad building! an extension i I. knell and it means death unless her will call for immediate work.It CATHARTIC McKENZIE OERTDfQ & CO.,

:1! and a survey is being made something is done quickly. Foley's is said she will be sent to Xew 5 --DBALIE8- 0

, /or a 200-mile line by the Natchez & j Honey and Tar never fails to give York within a few days to have her

\; Gulf railroad company a recent incorporation !i I' and the TRADI MAt$ Rtelirsitto and General
instant relief quickly cures bottom scrapped and repaired in order Ship Chandlery {kfeafe!

'f which proposes to biuld worst forms of croup. Mrs.P. L. Coridier to rejoin the squadron for Inspection ,

j f; i 1 from Xatchez to Gulfport. In addition I of Mannington Ky., writes: by dAmiral Dewey early in :May: 80S AND 805 S. PALAFOI 8T11KKT.
!"My three year old girl had a severe .
Palatable. 1'otent. Taste Good no' -
those is
: to the Vicksburg & Gulf AGENOV
case of croup; the doctor said she Good. Sever Ncken. Weaken ur Gripe,luc 2jc.5ue.
{ port another new company which could not live. I got a bottle of Fo- Escambia Rifles, Attention! ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... REVERE: COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'3 l'Ol'O! !

-:, ,I plans to build from Vicksburg to ley's Honey and Tar; the first dose Armory of Co. "I," 1st Re:;. Infantry, Blrrlli, Jtrmtij r-p";,(IMC.*., Ko! .,,,.,.Jew'.r.. Ill GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RDB8EL&!:! BON'S PUMFS.iito. .

. :a' Gulfport ISO mil, s. From Mobile the gave Refuse quick substitutes.relief and W.saved A. -her D'Alem-life." Florida State Troops. NO-TO.BA" Soldanilplmranteedbrallding- G91it,1 ;rrdiJ 8ij!! totlsi:I Injlrscea! Siirti, hrh, t fhlu:
\ .: Mobile Jackson & Kansas City rail You are hereby ordered to reportat aiatato'ILE'Iubaccollabit.:
()OaAC81.t4
i berte, 121 S. Palafox streeti rtnas KTO.
road is extending northward thruughI. Armory Hall on Tuesday. March C. McKenzie Oertin? Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' lienevolc A'H

\ : Mississippi: with the reported object ,,31, J9'':3, at 8 o'clock, p. m., in fatigue! In Escanibh County Circuit Court, :, elation

t t :., 01 reaching Memphis, Tenn., ana ,.,- I i CASTORIAFor j uniform. Muster and smoker. Emmer State Coliingtonvs.of Foricla. In Chancery. I .

1 cently a company called the Pensacola! I LJy order of.US. THE GARDEN SECTIONo

iir. :Meridian & Northwestern leas been I It aju, and Children. C. WATSOX, Captain. Henry Collinst;

tl' incorporated to build trom Memphis, Iba Kind You Have Always 600$! P..tBT,1st SgtWhat's On Monday the Cth day of April A.
.1' f Tenn., to Pensacola 1.1 a., with a I III I I). 1&03: the defendant Henry Collin
ton is required to to the bill
branch to Mobile Farther west-in 9ew-s tna d // in a Name? appear IPensacola FloridaNear
: t I I filed! against! him herein.
y Texas-both the Rock Inland and the .tM.f _
i This order to be
# Everything is in the name when It published once
'Frisco systems will it is rt'jortpll.l i each week fo* four consecutive weeksin East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
i :4; build extensions to Gah eston. the for. I I comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. the Daily News a newspaper published
.1" .'i We will UJkcier your spreads for DeWitt & Co., of Chicago discovered in said Escambia County.
from Uallis and the latter front
;
mer 15; cents each and 3iak them look
I : I II Seal.) A. M. Mc.MILL.VX Beautiful Lots for Sale.
/t! Paris. Texas.Ip like uw star Laanlry.! some years ago how to make a salve
i1 : I I
i i Clerk: Circuit Court,
Among the railroads winch are I,I I from Witch Hazel that is a specific II III Hy U. II. BURTON I). C 40x137feet at from $75 to $200 each accord
,
;: t i pushing on towards Birmingham; the Lumber.2x3 I for Piles For blind, bleeding itch I Pensacola Fla., March !inh, 1903.:
. '
to location
: ing and protruding Piles eczema I March :9 I, oaw-4\v. ing and surroundings.
. Seaboard is found in the lead with' scantling, S3; per thousand.

. \ the recently-purchased Hast & West ,. :3x3: scantling $'; per thousand. !nuts, burns bruises and all skin diS-1 Exceptionally Good Neighborhood View
mil of. Other items in proportion. Call and DeWitt's Salve has Fort Beautiful
:' AI railroad Alabama in course of reconstruction I i eases no Barrancas Fla., March C, 1903.:
see us.MGlmo.. High Dry Fertile Lands.
Sealed proposals In triplicate will ,
I This has given rise to numerous |
and to be connected with
BEEKMAN LUMBER CO.n1 .
t I be received until 11:30: a. m. April 4,
worthless counterfeits. Ask for De-
tA'1r I 1903: for constructing Electric Light. The grandest opportunity for investment ever
1 Witt's-the genuine. Hargis Pharmacy ; lug System Fort Pickens, Fla. U. S.

BHRGHINS@R- i John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. reserves right to reject or accept any offered in Pensacola.
or all proposals or any part thereof.
. H ft: OA23 i:: 0=LIAs Information furnished on application. Rome Seekers Should See These Lots.

'.. .''Ii\ -fOR- Beat the /;lha KmJ Vaa Ha\8 Alwa2 tags Envelopes containing proposals
I should be marked "Proposals for
Iitl SJguaro- /.l.--
.. 1.( I Electric Lighting." addressed W. E. .Asi VtJClubbsCorner

r i l SATURDAY, MARCH 21!, TO MARCH 27, 1903. II I I Cole C, 'Q., 9,M.M 10.. -A 2, 3. R Garden and Bru Streets.

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CARPENTRY AND". I

r 1 I 1 Remember, these goods at the prices quoted ELECTRICAL WORK! =GOLA=QJ F. 0. BRENT, WM. H KNOWLKB: W. K. HYEB JR., J. H, KKKKE.President. .

Vlce-Preildsnt. Cajbler. Au't ('1111t: !,
' 1)G below have to be seen to be appreciated. I Grist and Gcrn JJsal ;Pis!

Ring up Pearl & Dolivo, phmie 660 iii F. GORZ&EZ 4 r".. Pro
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,oO. wl.: .
1'1' i ,( Ladles' Full Bleached Vests the 40 in all Wool Extra fine Twill if vou work have you any want carpenter well donf.or electrical I, Mann.'actcrertCHOICE First National BankQ

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10c. grade 5c Serge 75c value at. 49c ydl i iI I Ml:;:( i.i W IJ PUEE mOGNli
I __ __ __ _h___ ___ .. ___ ____
1 I Ladies' Full Bleache Vests, the 100 Ladies Grey Walking Skirts i i sri CK FEED.

I 15c. grade at..8 1.3c good value at $1.50, our price 98c DR. F. E. BRUCEHas I'' PatrltDlse Home Industry for there li :? PEHSACOLA.FLA.
I Ladies' Short Waist Corsets, 50 Ladies' All Wool Grey Walking I every rMHon you @hlold buy your X>a! sot
I returned = I Stock teed from tbe Homo Mft.iafao.vio.
White only. . . . .. 24c Skirts Latest style at. . 24c {j and re umed practice. 1 i Icr by so dclng you coneltlral'e borne InflT DZRa11OT013sist

200 yards Embroideries Edges 50 Ladies' All Wool Etamine Walk i Office 22'2! West Government St., ,I{ try and,yon boar la money'orre lalettia!ndrect'the :common ber.tai !;; WM. H. KNOWLS3. W. A. BLODNT. F. C. BR2XT. TV. 2. HY 'f Jr

and Insertions. Big value, yard .5c ing Skirts colors grey and tan, Sali-bury Buildlig.Tolopltiono i. 'cfju'erlai? the home IJ1I :Jt.C"u..r ,'.r D. O. RENT,
tribute '0 the Can! of labor lots ow
Men's, Ladies' and Children's priced at. . . . . $4.49 1413.PI'tistie ItStotberotawusltyInwtltob-on !Iva alt I
fast black and tan hose worth Ladies White Lawn Shirt Waists qlct a"ntrJtoatP to rocr larror I km! fisl M[ &
I ; t life B Mil\ liwftJ"Wo !II
15c, cut to, pair. . . 8 1-3c embroidered front. Latest out : ... I t

10 doz Gent's Night Shirts Big i at . . . 49c, 74c and 99c I WEEAft LY !:)CU-B.U lj l I

value at. ... . . .. . 49c'10' doz Boy's Laundried Colored I FnRBTPiHDrvsffv I I1.t" II
I I Cr.-v ocr own' BiUa of Exchange on Great Britain Jrtlfci
10 doz. Ladies'Tab Collars,the lOc i!i Shirts at. . . . . 25c (I "' o\UOLA P:1-FGfCiCIC1is'.'. I
: : 'Germany, }'rrce, Austria, Italy, Holland Spain: Belg'lcm .Roabia Z'{'
kind, at .. .. . . 5c 10 doz Gent's Pat. Elastic Seam UAJLV/AY COMi'.ViTj i'I
; : : : ( j Trr.lni leave fera&jola for the Ltt "'e.j. Iwpden, Denmark and other European coantrlea.
10 doz ladles Apllque Tala Collars. | Drawers at. . . . . 39c I 3ayuu; Kit U.ycu,W.rrngran, N..rr y* I
25c goods, at. .. .. .. .. . 10cGent's 50 doz Gent's Lace Stripe Balbrig- j photography, tad t'orHa r..aoii At s _3'-Vo_E als Dlsonrped upon th. Moat Favorable Terms, and than
I I I SaOs.m.arrlvestFortrarraneat ':I'.a j I II Obligations Takan Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fificertltcr Illyl
" I' and Ladies' Hemstitched I gan Shirts and Drawyers. Big 2O-t 1j S. Palafox Street.3KNKUAI li.Ki a. m.arrIve ..t Hort Car.-dcrnt i1: t- Vessel
I Arritea there."E .
I j' Handkerchiefs at. . . 8 1-3c'', value at 75c suit our price .49c i Iulp.ntarriveat'ortBarraacaa I:.&KBi I'I'I
i I 8.n p.m. arrive Fort 'Sarraacar 4:15' --
I 22x54 Inch Extra Heavy Cotton Gent's Extra Heavy Blue Overalls i V."i3. m.HrlV"&tfort Harrano\'s *.,. s a ; l'/r.t$ lea:: osit Boxes for Rent In Connectionwith

i Towels at .. .. . . 8 1-3c'' and Jumpers with or without FltKNCH brtidU -1:0.Train.p.iu.'save rrlv0at fort>ort Rsrrsacstor Kttr.-fcac.i b t:a PHva partment for the Ult

, f Ladies' Girdle Summer Corsets i: Aprons at... . .. . .. .98c suit Following la the schedule of tht I cola ItI 01 :;;.e:1 tart.

at .. ... .. . .. . 49c : 401 none Better Extra Heavy Blue I {overnmenteteamer General French I late 7:15.a.m.o a,arrive arrive at 1'I'nsftcoall PentacoU_ 8lWJ s.I'I a -
See our line of White Mercerized Overalls and Jumpers, union which THE NEWS prints for the !-')Q p. m. irrlT at l."r.-.cc_ I.''} j. 10
DR.
5.00 m arrive at hens8coa._ KING'STRY
I I p 511: p c PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Waisting nothing newer out at made warranted fast colors I jeneflt of the m>rchnrt. who shfp 7-t0 P a.arr.t. PfoUICCla ':.C :.

.... . .. . .15 and 25c yd and not to rip at. .. . .$1.98 suit heir goods to the various army I I "!II.5n.Saturdays a. arrive only I'tl1""COI_ ta:y, co NEW DISCOVERYFOR .----- "
;posts! : !
10 pcs Mercerized Madras Ginghams I j Ladies 4 Strap patent Colt's Skin t.eavel Pen t.ooiPickans! ____ ._ 110 I FAR FOR VEKK: DjYI. W. C. ROWE, M. D.
at---------------19c. the yd! Sandals, the latest creation and Leaves Rarrln''I' _.__._.. 1f'ft s roo m. j pi\3,ncol h to sort K,rnoeai ant! ?t':r. ." THAT COLD. .
r"nuco to Navy bard and _. Office: 17X 8. Palafot.Honrafrom5tossoa.m.andl
Leav _____ __ ':\\11.a. retcrL G. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
100 pieces figured Lawns and Dim- I I the same you pay $2.25. Our Lt>ave. arranclU.__ __._. Slna. m m I rrnrs'elstn' PI,'J'tttr Beach ace re'arp'v totpd

ties, new patterns at..5c the yd price. .. . .. .. .. $1.49 (Arrives Pensaoola Bamncat_' _11:10_.__ _10:15 m.I I I 't'I'rUAT 'III1T1t'D. Cures ConsumptionCoughs,
i a m. sod then When eat3dr perm.. tie and after o'clock
25 pieces Madras Ginghams new i Ladies' Oxfords Sandals and Colonials a trip to tort McKt-e and then r<.- I.I.nakel I open ccachei.L fi1D1I1' t Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma

stripes and checks at... .. .. 9c'I' in all the latest shapes, .arai heavee to I-Iarnuc.P.arri ncfis., __________ lib p. m :' -"v( r'ntfcfc'j IT !for, La.'utll PneumoniaJIayFeverJ'leu- I I Phon.o 00.I .
Leaves Flck n< ... ..... __ l-5pm! I a a. m. JO a, m. -
40 in all Wool Cheviot Serge 75c I plain and patent tips at leaves Peasaco: ... ....- 4::3op; a:. I. n a. a. 'f r. risy LaGrippe Hoarseness I

grade at. ..,.. ..., ..... 49c yd'' .. .75c 3c $1.25 and! $1.50 the pair II I Oeavw Arrive Sickens rtar-ancai. .. 5H'. ._ p.m......___And&:15 inakW P. m I: <1 111.m c.'. -1\. tt.w 2 e. iI: Sore, Throat, Croup and, i JOHN S. BEARDIATTORNEYATLAW.
I I e.tt
.rip to McKb and rPtarn. :
r I. Oa \'t !>dDP-ij-saad 'itctrdays; the : 'n.< ... ".a a a na -.... Whoopbf? Cough. .

Lo!1 1iEl{ !tie Plies, I Hat f wit rP'nu'l leavrt.:.acit6iiP.r.Rir. ncs. via. Pick.ans :1 ;.n.. t.. I WO.. CURE. r40 PAY. OfBcea-3fJ9 Thiesen Bnlldin.
Pit BJ Tr.1. a0wt.eTuJGet 9ritbn "
F. E. BRAWNER &i
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The Gen 7 I French ;i t'>r j-r ,-. : : art SJ sr'.v; ;. 1TLESFIIEEh'aufue ; Office Hours-8:30 a. a. to ip.o.

lave;jurpu8 3 or'r )>nfl nr.yoot .. must: \i .'se.G.S. ..1.o'.r.: J ia': at/0 pt';; ..# .. ; ladir- -v-ir: i 'no waliib : 2:30: p. m. to 6:30 p, m.
io5 S. Pahfos a pass tium the quartermaiiei; j r.a7r7. _. of cotrt
St. stake .u" repetiaUiastnr: Laar- I Practice In III itat and fcdera"
: pas'azeoi: her. I i N1 r" r elvtd-t-- 1ry. AllbUBlnt-n entrusted to me ulll recent
I prompt and diligent attention.



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THI'OA.LY NEWS. PV43ACOLA FLORIDA. MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1903.


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JUDGE 'E. D. BEGGSIS

AMUSEMENTS SICK TODAY.

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Judge.E. D. Beggs is sick in bed to- .f.t

CS25Z5'25252.b"'r52525 day and there is no session of the y

\ criminal court Court was opened this tc
West's Minstrels.All }
I the morning at 10 o'clock and wars immediately
1.
< world loves a good hearty
laugh; therefore it is no wonder tht adjourned until Wednesday .
"On Purpose"The the theatres are not large enough to mcrnms when all the prisoners now
unier conviction will 1 be
brought before
hold the The Beer
people who wish to see the :
the court and given sentence. i
\Vm. H. West Big Minstrel Jubilee, :

In-er-seal Package, in which Uneeda Biscuitare the which greatest has now laughter established itself as The Stomach is the Man. 'That Mader i
producing
packed not accident It made for per- A weak stomach weakenes the
was an was a formance In America. It is ail music, man,

purpose song scenery and, beautiful comedy, costumes with magnificent and brill.. he because eats It into cannot nourishment.transform the Health food HimSEI lmn FM! UI! jf:

lant and strength Stage effects. The Minstrels are

Your PurposeIt here and will show this evening. any sick man OF woman without -ISVICTORIA- I;
first restoring health and strength to .

was made that you might buy biscuit justas "Sweet Clover. the stomach. A weak stomach cannot

they left the oven; that you could always "Oounin" and hoss;-tradin' Is con- digest enough food to feed the 4

depend on getting them fresh and good. siderable alike. A man makes a bet tissues and revive the tired and run

ter trade if he aint too impatient. down limbs and organs of the body. MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. sr:: 4

"A balky boss always has the Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses, purifies BEST 10-CEXT BOTTLE BEER ". .

Our Purpose pleasantest expression on his face before sweetens and strengthens the IN TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. q:1: -

he begins to balk. glands and membranes of the stomach -

It was made that we could preserve and de- "Proposin's like a visit i to the dentist's and cures indigestion dyspepsia BROS. I
liver to the best biscuit in the best and Jill stomach troubles. liar- h .!
you condition jour pluck all right when you AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED t k
gis Pharmacy, John
Sheppard, SIdney
; protecting them against moisture, dust :are think in' on it a couple of mile: Kahn. 1 ti xt

and germs; so they will reach your table in their away, but when you come to the door I I. f Harper lUshy.

original, clean, wholesome and nutritious form. it's gone, hide and hair."-Job Mas The largest, the best and newsiest -

How well it has answered all purposes is shown son, in "Sweet Clo\er." The News, 10 cents per week. tL4t 1.ItK .

by the sale of more than 200,000,000 packages.' :Main Hou'6-4018. Palafox street

"Audrey" on the Stage. R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot.. jl j f

Harriet Ford and E. F. Dodding- OPSRAHOUSE P. O. Box: 281. Pensacola, Fla iI. '

ton's dramatization of Audrey," Phones 116 268. y

Uneeda which lately achieved a great success, J. M. COi, Manager --- -------- 1 I'" '

at the Madison Square theatre, New 1

house York, will on Friday be presented, April 3.at the The opera appearance ONE MONDAY NIUHT ONLY, I lllAn. 30 \1\TelIes-Kabn\ { Company '.I! 2'!; '

r
of Miss Eleanor Robson in

Biscuit if any play is a guarantee of a pleasur -THE- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL'

able evening's entertainment. Miss GROCERS. :

Robson in the title role of this drama WM. H.[ WEST j
,
has added a new success to her long ifllf
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY list of triumphs. In this particu- -BIGfdIBSTREh Headquarters for jai

larlarly fine company are very many Fancy and Staple Groceries er (f
j
Ih- notable players, including George JUBILEE ,

_: Woodward, Ada Dwyer Frederic Per .,.ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE,. ," ,

Forest Robinson, Selene Johnson SANFORD FANCY GOODS. ;
----- --- -- --' ry B. RICABY, Mgr II

PHYSICAL PERFECTION BATTLE OF THE BATTLE James O'Xeil, Jr., and Frank Lamb. WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERSFOR + .' r'

Injiosible it the liver Is out ot ori' SHIP BOILERS. Liebler & Co. have provided, it i is REFINED WEST FLORIDA FOR THS 1 { '
MINSTRELSY.
A perfect liver la possible If said, a production of exceeding beau CELEBRATEDCafe r tl i ; I

,ja A "P using the right kind of a Serious Trouble Caused by Engineering ty and artistic worth. "What i is ...PERFECTLYPRESENTED.. du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home ; '.

I 1 'r tonic. HEPATICURA 13 the Weakness of Modern War worth doing, is worth doing well, Molasses, Illinl I and Climax Flour, .

: kind of a liver tonic. It willL. S'r seems to be the motto o_ this great Baylels Delicatessen, German-Ameri ;
can Food '
ships. SEE THE BIG PARADE. Company's Canned Meats,
'i up your liver to your entire sat- theatrical firm. Etc., Etc. c' .
The boiler problem is the navy!
'. '. ion. It MI ill provide excellentIon PniCES-25, CO, 75:a and f 1 00. 1,
question of the hour. The most important -
"The Prisoner of Zenda""The
excellent circulation and Beats on sale Friday at noon. 3
7 Naval Board mw in sessionin Prisoner of Zenda," which has
.
*
t health.
. Great Britain is the Boiler CommisSion Matinee and Night, h
.
v J. C., who does not wish his scored so successfully wherever presented MAR 01 HARD
published, says: I cannot re- and this body lias reported that will be the attraction at the TUESDAY 0 I
J of the hundreds of designs of marine e
house on April 4. The authorof
1-: '. fi m extending to you, volun- opera
:r :, cy sincerest recommendation steam gcneraters, only! four possess. "Zenda" has spun a jam from the THE SEASON'S SUCCESS !
sufficient merit to warrant their installation skein of fiction, which combines the
t r: :icine you prepare and sell An Elaborate
in the war vessels of his ingenuity of plot, intensity of action Production of the BRICK ;
. :.- r t' name of IICPATICURA.r Beautiful Comedy Drama,
C R TAYLOR Majesty's fleet. Within the past three
climaxes much heart interest
i r.. ,n of Its superior qualities startling :

,,' at ...>r of the general system. months events have occured which refined mirthful comedy and a Sweet Clover. '
Artistic Shoemaker have caused two of the five great naval
i',; .' 5 HEPATICURA, although very pleasing tale. S ., '

: \ .. : a y- been agreat sufferer FINE WORK A Sl'KCIAliTY., powers to doubt the advisabilityof The romance woven by the deft With the Versatile Character Comedian. ,

-1: :. : in and colds, I have permitting any further installationof pen of so able an author as Anthony At DRAYS\ ON HAND
I It. Phone Ko.i! North Palafox St. MR. OTIS.
a i .:r.7 n ,:- ved from both of : boilers of one of these four types (Hope, and patterned to its stage ap- B. THAYER

il".,' a'r: ii's, and I venture to say It is highly probable that the sea paral I by the skillful adjustment of SUPPORTED BY

in r-ird: to the former, it has no powers of the future may possibly be Edward Rose, one of the greatest ro- ...HALF... ;

Ojjal I have used only two bottles NEW SCHEDULE.OF won by that nation which will matic dramas of the period has been MISS ESTELLE CARTER S
triumph in the battle of boilers thatis :.d14 .M
the result of the combined efforts of TO
>f HEPATICUKA far, yet I find And the Original Company -

rv, n ,rzral inigr-t; of 140 pounds has I now being waged. two master minds. A Play that will Linger Lovingly In the

b' n 1 n:;('r, v..d nearly 10 pounds. Lord Goschen, who was for many A company headed by so clever and I Memory May-Goers. ONE MILLIONGet
STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ years First Lord of the British Admiralty Matinee l'ricM-25 and We.i ;
Harry
well known leadin; people as
I 'LI I : 1i.1'! ( p'oasure! In rccommcndli i
has described modern Night Priced-25. bO, 75c and $1.00.
a warship Florence Gale
and :Miss
.' ? !:!'! .\ilCURA to any one desir- J. N. ROGERS, Manager. Leighton Reserved Heats on Pale Haturday I
,'. :.? te! very best constitu- as "a fiendish complication ofmachinery. easily insures a finished performance for Matinee and Ni;. ht.ONK .

'. to be had. Sold by all Lave Freeport Monday and ." This complication of earnest Shipman, the enterprising NIGHT Our Prices BeforePurchasing.
.
Thu-Jitiy m lrntJ\ q.Ar'lve :
the n
machinery is beneath protectUedeck.
at 1'en-acola Monday and manager of big success, has spared USLAPRIL
Thursday niirht. Another authority has said of, neither time, labor, nor expense i in uLiebler

Lave Peifettcola Tuesday and the batleship that "it is perhaps the costuming and mounting; the production .

SE O YOUR ORDERS Friday night.Arrive most awe-inspiring aggregation of in a manner never before equal & Co.'s Superb Production

l' ,', ft !> live! f'ir cirpenor or at Freeport Wednesday power in one unit jet devised by:, led of Mary Johnston's
atd 1 inornino
Saturday i
,i i vk., : Repair work a ; man.: 11 hcn one enters the enjinerooms I

.. Capacity 50,000 Daily i
and stoluho'es and notices the :
C./*. J3 T O Ti:IA, i :

Florida-lot FeenC11WaUl Cane. Syrup 18 with atSlemn's. m m UM[ CO. of labyrinth appliances of the piping upon weak,lath and link the other in this crowding, he awe appreciates I'I Bare.;;* _/y 1'a.;!;;;;; BaytI AUDREYDramatized Ifdcfdillan .. a


inspiring chain of mechanism.The Brick Go
( I
I several nations are loading th t
tI
Jiudgiu's flit Best /or [jc. !
,
ships down with armor The 1)0111has by Harriet Ford and E.V Pine Barren Fla. i ff
PEARL & DOLIVE. ,
_ .. .
-- -- -- Boddington.
Qu.1 now been reached in battleships
(' N04t
'in! at the corner of
much weight is give
when twice as
I :: 1 .Vi niiz "tn>eti for ctrpen- P
. ,t:1: 'tueul: work.or phone (WO.SSIGHFS to armor as is allowed to engines, ...ELEANOR ROBSON... iiWmVmmm

boilers, and mechanical auxiliaries tEARPERI

To all parts of the country. ; Great Britain is the one naval power AS AUDREY.

itci')G' DrttI3ruRY which is resisting this tendency to I !
feat' f Assisted by an unexcelled company,
making hull protection primary i
1
Including Furrest Robinson, Ada NICK'S
The Southern Express Company ; ure.-near-Admiral George \V. Mel- ,
Dwyer, Frederic Perry, Selene Johnson M4
OF PYTHIAS. receives and forwards freight, Mile, in Colllier's April Houeshold 1I
George Woodward, Anne Cave)-
Ptn.a C(>U I, Ate; No.3, K, ol Pot money, and valuables of all descrip- ,
GRAY, GOODMAN & RADERWISHTO ly, Frank Lamb and 30 others.
m<-eti every Monde evenIng tions to Ml parts of the country,
Exactly at the
as presented Madison
Castle all,
at 7.30 t ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC
ta the mount Watson with connections for Canada Mexico Square Theatre New York. .
\ KulMlng,third floor. THAT THEIR BIG SPRINGOPENINGOF
Havana, Cuba, European points,
. Viniilng brethren cordially .PRICES-50, 75c $1.00 and $1.50.
welcomed etc. '*v". */-t* ,.'<* FINE MILLINERY WILL TAKE r. .f' 4,.
J. A. L\'LR. I \OTE-Curtaln at 8:00 p. m. sharp
H. UORBLCR O.C. The Southern Express Company PLACE TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY er
K.B.48.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
operates on 30,000 miles of first- MARCH 31st AND APRIL 1st. R u APRIL 4 DAILY "j
SATURDAY, MENUS
_ l>.mi.>n I..I, .. No. 13 -21 T class routes, and in connection withthe f
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"' 1 r !*Jtr evening at 7.W.! atm Adams Express Company, on BUY THEn Comprise all tbe Up-to- ft' !'
'
MR. ERNEST SHIPMAN
r' I'alafox and UnrJtfoil
t . with Date Dishes the Markets Y Il ''
1 : KnlltbticonllallY tuvRe:!1.t through way-bills, throughcars Presents -
J.AUIEKT JoIINsox. A DELIGHTFUL BEVERAGE of the World
.4' '01. 0. 0. and through messengers, per ,
"> U.* S.Kvhh Afford. '
forms a unified service constitutingthe A SAFE STIMULANT HENRY LEIGHTON
t
largest system of the kind i
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m<> I,..,>:;(., x,,. 30 K. of Pt1L AA u 3
Supported by
,. the world. ;v.G.-:.&v*ifa J'i1. A GOOD DINE.Dannheisser ,
{ : M 1i 011) JKo. so, Knights of '
I I Ladies' Private
... a-.. m.rt. c\'n Ttiursduvven- Money Orders are sold at all SEWING MACHINE r
. ,1 'Ml,In thetrItle Hall,(,n I I For Bale by FLORENCE CALE
I; '>'''int-\\ ,south- agencies of the Southern Express
w."r !*t on building
Parlor.
'..' I'i'atdxanil, Harden street Do not be deceived by those who advertiie Dining .*
\ Bros.
.-r:"u'jts are cor,IKlIv welcomed. Company at reasonable hours. Receipt a 160.00 Sewing Machine for In Anthony Hope's Fascinating

''J' .' ''. 7.y K. .\iLIOS: L'. .C. is given and money is refunded f. .OO. This kind of machine can Romance
/ 4
K. > U..aiIS, Le bought from us or any of our
if order is lost r dealers from to flS.00..
15.00
Regular Dinner
This is the cheapest way to Bend WE MAKE A VARIETY. II Daily. ri
1 LONG TJ1EPISOEOF
i. o. o. F.I"Mhe smajl remittances by mail or other THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. ,

wise. The Feed determines the strength or Short Order Promptly kFilled.

'st"v.rv IVnsaonU No. 4 E. W. FOWLER, weakness of Sewing Machines. The Night or flay. s '
cw' innrncuv evening at 7W at -
combined with other
Double Food
\i.:"B,rt*;*.1 s'. writ IntendencU street. Agent, Pensacola, Fla. onts makes the \ew Home ZE D1I. t
Mrt-thren! cordially Invltad. strong]> ;
Contractor and llui1de
(,, T",*.:-:\'")%.,.Secretary.KOF C.JouAnsmsN.0.. Branch Offices: the best Sewing Machine to buy.showing r lf'lt'a8omethlaAGoof to Eftt ,
the different : you wUb,yowl find U*lApostle's ; z,
J. B. Roberts, Depot Store. W11te e f IOI CIRCULARS styles of PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND -
Jas. Hansen, Cor. Alcanlz and Sewing Mafhlnri li Nick
L. Gadsden.J. I we manufaetureandprlcee Ixforepurciuumg ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT ELABORATE STAGE SETTING: ] J/ i

>\-MMublyNo.l305.. E. Williams Cor. DeVilliers and THE SEW HOME SEWINS: MACHINE CO.eMANGt. SHORT NOTICE. ,* .:A .:A A TREAT IN ROYAL; COSTUMING. Popular RestaurantJ ff .;

Mwt\"rst: Monday In each month. Jackson.Sol NUn. First-Class Work Guaranteed and A SELECT CAST OF EXTRAOROI-I >
W.f.H.TBABP. :S: L'nlonsq.Y.TChicago,I IL,Atlanta,Giu, Famished. .. NARY MERIT...
Cahn Cor. Palatal and Intendencia. References
Ataru. ;
MeCostiLL. M. W. fit Louls, o.,DalasTei.S.ia Francisco,Cal mmm ; t
becrenry FOR SALE BY 414 EAST INTEXDEXCIA ST. PRICE:-25! 50, 75c and ;$1.00. f ;



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DAILY NEW" PENBA001A_ FLORIDA L MONDAY MARCH_ 30,1903



probability of thin electing any body ness of mental structure and fear Oldest and Largest

J& president. lessness. To know all there is to know about a Agency [ig

,
"There is seldom found in a character West Florida.

'"More money bas been invested in of that kind the leavening of policy Sarsaparilla, take Ayer's. Your doctor (ESTABLISHED 1SU( {.

Entered at the Post OMce at Pen property in and around this city this adroitness and diplomacy possessed .

aeola, FJa._. second class matter. winter than in any winter since the by Mr. Cannon that enables will say so, too. He knows. ::;* .1

great Florida catastrophe says the him to be a consummate handler of,
OFFICE: -Pitta Building. 211% I Quxoles &UsIINSURANCE
Sanford Chrcnlcle. "Thousands of men. His integrity and honesty are
--- --- -- --
0ontli Palafox street np-stairs. ---
-.r dollars lave been spent in "orange inherent; his skill as a politician was Tragedy Averted.

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. groves turpentine and lumber lands, obtained during a lifetime spent in HUNTING WILL "Just In the nick of time our little -

all of which will be improved, bringing Western politicsa hard school, boy was saved" writes Mrs W.

Terms: Invariably In Advance. in other thousands of dollars besides where it is rough-and tumble alwaysthe BE STOPPEDSANTA watkins of Pleasant
One Year by maIl.$5 00Btx City Ohio.
best man to win and hold what
Months .. .. .. .. 260 bringing new residents to the "Pneumonia had played sad havoc
One week by carrier payable Monday town and couaty." he has \ 00. with him and a terrible cough set AND

.. . ... .. .. .... .. 10 This in only a starter Every ROSA COUNTY'S DELEGATION in besides. Doctors treated him,

town and county in the state is THE JESTER'S DRINKING SONG. but he grew worse every day. At REALJ ESTATE
Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap-
By Ada AVeigel Powers.Ha .
plication. bound to tee more and .TWO immigration ARE TO LEGISLATE length we tried Dr. King's New Dis- ,

and investment of capital friends! I dance to a tune that's covery for Consumption, and our darling 1
AGAINST INVASION BY FOR 300 South l'
old- alafi.xjxriuPhone !
TELEPHONE NO 118. until this state saall come up to he: was saved. He's now sound and

Aye, more the fooi am I! well." Everybody ought to know.
proper place in population and wealth. EIGN MARKSMEN. I
For who dance to its strain so 22. ::: pENA,
Thousands would come new, that do many It's the only sure euro for Coughs, ( F'.

()JNI.BED not come if they could see an opportunity bold Colds and all Lung diseases. Guar I _

Do drink their fill and die. anteed by W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 S. I
to engage in some profitable Foreign hunters are not wanted In
II
Industry that would promise them Santa Rosa county and from indications Talafox street. Price 50c. and fl-00. I G1NEu.ti..lht \T.,
HIBAOOLA, MARCH: 30, 1903 nut it maddens a fool and makes him
employment and a living. As railroads an effort: will be made to attach Trial bottles free.

are built and the country open merry I a penalty to the Invasion of that The Equitable
The carpenters' union of Tampa With a skip and a laugh and a jest:
ed up settlers will flock in and capita county by huntersho are not residents NOTICE.
have declared for an eight hour day. As he tries in the sparkling wine to I
will seek investment. thereof. The firm of Peterson an.l Long

buryA A promineir. Santa Rasa gentleman contractors and builders, has bot-u Life Assurance C
Hon. Robert W. Davu ha, state.; heart that knows nj rest. I dissolved mutual consent.
by
We publish today iu another column who was here lately said that during
that he b to bv a candidate in tht I R. E. PETERSON, I Of the L
w.iat Senator Morgan cf Ala- I the game season marksmen from
J. E. LONU.27ml .
pest dtw>craiic primaries for the Then drink to the jingle and glitter
bama has to say about the next demo i other counties (including llscamjMai w HCXUY 11. ml'
office of uovernor. and twirl
ocratic platform. Will any one, after i would come into the territory -..
Of the frenzied nme where I circle 'Strongest in th
reading his views of what constitute i enclosed by Santa Rosa's boundary: It Saved His Leg. : ,
I There will bo such a clamoringand and whirl.
r true democratic principles, nave the ( lines and would ruthlessly slay birds r, A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ga., ,- -
I'rraIl1llitl i for big chunks of Xo fool sb fooled as I to-day. ''
frontl'ry to say that Senator Morgan and animals merely for sport. suffered for six months with fright A FRIENDLY r. _
that war claim money when the legislature For I dance to the tune that Lore ,
,_ is not a democrat? lie says : Xaturally this sort of business: luuj i ful running sore on his leg; but
mo"is that they will bt corn- loth play! I
g he "would recommend the rrit ration caused a great diminishing! of a (writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve Hereafter for all r
pel'od to apply it on the slate debt I P'arson'sIagazlnl", April. f I
cf the cardinal principles that former gioa si-pr-iy cf game aid si"pswill wholly cured it In fivo days. For lairs, festival, ph/! :

to save it. obtained' with the party prior to the i' HUTCHINSON'S ACOUST1CON. be taken at once to stop such Ulcers, Wounds, Piles, it's thc bestsalve I dramas, elocutions; ,
I' in the world. Cure gauranteed.
civil I practices.. kind of entertain,
and the elimination of the
war
The administration at Washingtonwill : I Only 23: cts. Sold by W. A. D'Alom-j

never sec their party gaining any issues of a temporary nature slate A Demonstration cf Its Powers on I|I I'oopleof that county seem to ', bcrtc, druggist, 121 South Palafox churches, societies,

i that time." That's it exactly. We ''hate i become thoroughly exasperated) street viduals where an adrr
the Deaf Witnessed Mark Twain
strength in the South so long as the by i iI j
want the broad fundamental principlesthat : over the invasion of Santa Rosa by ed or merchandise care >
policy is pursued of crushing everymove I and Mrs. Dewty. I Ii j "
have constituted democratic i !! foreigners, for the mitter will betaken TO CUltK A CCM,1) IN OSlo DAY sold there will be a
toward making the republican Xew York March 20.
platforms from Jefferson and Jackson Another 1(' to the legislature. Senator: E.jV. Take Laxative memo Quinine Tablets cents a line for first mss .
jiarty respectable here. interesting demonstration of thCOllstcon" ;fflA on everjE. cents a line for ., .
down to Tildt-n and Cleveland, McCaslall and Representatives box, 25c.'ThUelenature. W l .Jt7I -tyq. subseq-
I J'i
.\ has bc'n'en in this!
and no more si&MracKln after ill. Harvell and 7hos. F. West Obituaries and .rest .i i- .f r{
Florida State Press Associa
The temporary hobbies which can't serve city by the inventor Miles Reese j jilutehinson. I public notice nat at the coming I spcct will come under tOUR
Sea
tion held its annual meeting at 8ft3'1
breeze last week and reports say, for but on! campaign.!: A party may Mr. IIutchinpoR. selecteil I sion of the Florida legislature they j!I W. PEAKE, I in Z::: rise.

It was a successful and enjoyable very properly dfclaie! its policy upon as subjectsfor "" ill introduce and endeavor to Electrical contractor and builder, _
the several inmates of: '
gathering. West Florida editors the current issues before the country experiment have enacted: into law an act to prohibit I' will Jo! your electrical work in first- WARRINGTON A.
11 bat when the Xew York Academy for the lnstniction -[' all cla's t and at reasonable
did not attend in any great: numbers. it abandons all its non-residents of Santa Rosa !style rates.

The next meeting is to be in Jack time-honored principles and makes of the Pcaf and Dumb. county from hunting or shooting any lIe can l>e found at 30 South Palafox The NEWS is on EJ'A fitu

\ tho disposition of the Phillipin) or Some had been stricKen with deafness i game, animals or birds of any Kind .street. Phone 203. Keefe st Warrington, w ,
sonville. '
j at too early! an to remember ____ __ .
the tax on olcomarscnnc the para ace within said county and to providea fed| to receive and rece f

I The New Orleans Picayune wants mount issue, there will lo confusionin I,' what the meaning of sound was'l penalty! for violation of the same." A. C. BIHKLEY desires hi* friends scriptions. Residents of '

to know it' the democrats can Ret; the camp. As S.natorol'gln and one young girl in particular This sort of legislation, it ia stated, and the public to know that te has I. tion may now be suppl! "i :1
most went into of deliirht!
together m\t yvi- They may get sa -s'e democrats follow principles spasms t is marie: necessary by the great nllm.her Moved to Room 5C8, Thiesen building of the paper several h" 1f1 :
when the ear piece was: auj'i--tH and :
i together, hut then prospects\ look and not Kauers, as members of hunters who so into that where he will continue as heretofore issue leaves the press.
she heard the trains of nvisic.
just now as if there would be a powerful of the church follow doctrines an,11 county from year to year, and shouldit a general law praetf"e.
Mark Twain in the little
was audience -
steht o' scrappin' if they do not preachers" .\ true, bourbon I Keep on there; is no telling how I Malta-Vita, Shredded W eat El-

gel tod: Apalacliiccla Tin-es. democrat IHicves in a fixed political as was also Mrs. George soon game would be a scare articlein cuits, and Force with Cream at S.
; wife of the admiral. There G. I
IHwcy,
Those who are FO eagerly hoping; creed, which hs been handed down I the county. The Santa Rr>=a delegation NERI.Ice II Oman's.
was one skeptic He was
tiy the fathers antI pillars of thoparty : present. seem to l.e quite confident of I
for harmony may cry peace peace
: dc-af and dumb, but had no faith in
just as church members have the of their -
success measure.CO
NOW IS THE
but there is no peace.: TIME TO FURNISHYOUR
11 their freed and to espouse new and idle i invention, so' ho asked tll be puts I Cream Parlors I, DINING ROOM, AND MAR-
| in the cnair. This was dune and 1115'fac
false iloc'
w The Florida News says: "That trines U heresy. Tho next I Inationtl : STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU
e flushed with surprise when ho TO E. W. PEAKE'S
Florida is the rendezvous for a Rang convention will adopt a LV S. ralafov Street WANT IN SIDEBOARDS, CHINA
hiK f..rm of principles, and we Plat'j was able to distinguish "mama" from X 0,30 South Palafox for l
,t ol the worst (ulhl'aUlI criminals c",< street your I CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS.
top m the country cannot be denied. see them very much in line with "papa. Mr. Hutchlnson said "Ilelil electrical! work. He is prepared to II NEWLY -
10"l to him and he repeated it. I II j
I ."-Mobile Register.Put Senator: lorr'lI's'Iews. I do you a first-class job at moderateprices. REFITTED AND FURNISHED. CREX AMERICAN GRASS CARPETS
A number of other tests I
wire made
Phone : |
203.
spooks, old man, an.11ead I
ou your SOUND PRESIDENTIAL 'anti all were successful. ___ ______ i All Kinds cf Creams, Ices, Glaces AND LINOLEUM, FINEST
that over again more TIMBER I
Can-fIlIlY'j Good I Fruits and Cakes. I THING ON EARTH FOR YOURHALL
Cypress Shingles, $1.25
Elovr.-in-the-boulr per
Its the Fliuala News j.ju democracy must sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's

,, t; and Florala is it- jour o-vn state of be the prime possession cf the democratic Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver thousand. EEEKMAN LUMBER CO. PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIESOR DINING ROOM OR OFFICE.

:Alabama. Florida has a few cutthroats nominee for president. It willlPlf'ar and bladder remedy, are being distributed i| PARTIES.Maillaird's RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTON &

s and criminals, but they are in his manner and speech.It ) I here from house, free. Have I I Malta-Vita. Shredded Wheat Bis-1, Candies a Specialty. QUINA.

serving time in the convict camps. will bo: reflected in his charactei | received ? cults and Force with Cream at Sol-" ,' .
11' -- you one Oman's. PHONE 602.
r.# and by his acts; a typo oi democracy I I CHI W i' Oi'I'Pai.

With two railroads to Memphis- embracing and omboiijin the 0\.1.1 I I -- -

+ one via Meridian ap.l Tupelo and the profound, eternal ;Tin"i IIf'5] of the I I-l'flnIHh""PT"I",, .:: nor '''nslgl .t <>f i' 'hi:
,, for debts coDtraol.-a 07 ib-
wilh railroad now under contruc and lift the voter above slight;: andl! I craw ol Ham Vessel

lion from Mobile to Memphis an- local deflexions end l\'f 7 I Gulf Transit ('0., E.1I1\'I.\,..."'.\..D.,

other just organized; to build I from which will ritg home to an\(>cnrles'l tom IlInt'es. .nil
I -
4 Memphis to Mobile, and Mill another honorable sentiment and stir the Drink Beer"When NKITHKIt captain .

; planned from Memphis: to Pen- deeper loyilties of nun. 'I p",rs nor c"o'-lin8 otd .
. i t .," tilrt :m aiil t>M r 'lln. -
sacola with a unm-h to Mobile: the It must be a type to beset and I 1,1. fur drbtacontrnctrd'tyt .
i crew o(bald vi' ,.I. ii.U llUKlhrtHU.N
chances are that the Gulf City and spread the motive of large liberality, I ; w.L.WilTltIi, lap"
down
doctor
Bluff City will get to bo closely related. propitiation, concession and common 'I you get run your says Coi.'goee.: 1

.-:Mobilo H Itpr. parpose; to move the master impulses "drink beer." Or he prescribes a malt tonic ,I ,_ \hlTllfoilthe a"II", r.

This IiI c&('nllt inn of railroal prospects beyond small rankling: ; to in- j'lilies nor cunsiKiifps t'alra..rag of will the' '

should) be eminently satisfactory noire with the indomitable spirit of concentrated beer. 1 ponsibl fur debts C')' ted '
by the crew u( said Vf,,"i.
'/ to Mobile, since: she is to get winning. JAS. 1/. UI HsoN

iu Fight, and suggests ;; Weakness calls for food and Sutherland Innpi Co. taptalnConsignea9.
I about CUT.V thing Croumlnl: democracy, a candidate barleymaltis :roll>

, that the idea cf relationship: ('hOf1'ith reference to >rinoi
+ I j food half The of other
a digested.
; ; \ i would be Letter typified by putting!; ciple pualities of statesmanship digestion Fort liarrancas, Fla., March

'\\i' on Fensacola the hog.on the Bluff and Mobile to experience, will ami draw: broad irresistibly! executivecapacity the food is aided by a little alcohol, and beer has will l&'M.-ho Si-aled received proposals until 11, in a. triplic m. Aj

k 20'j: <>Z, for constructing one
sympathy] and (.-ntUu!'msra! of the 35 cent.Weakness. bachelor .
per officers'
quarters, one
\Ve wo-il.l rather S('(> Thos. C. Platt
l'Olllllr-St. Louis Republic gon shed, fort Uarrancas, Fla. I
Roosevelt or any toiler republican We firmly believe that when the' requires a tonic-that's hops. reserves right to reject or accept .

nominated on the democratic ticket democratic hosts; find a statesman I or all proposals or any part th- .

than G. CIN'(>Inul-\'pn his! name Information furnished on applu t.
them that the above
among specifications
I'' Deed thus is not a good sounding; one. I Envelopes containing proposals -'
will fit, tny will have found I be marked "I'rojxjsals for Cot .

Then the peoplf would know what a wiiiner. And it's good for well people, too, if you lion Public Uuildings," ad-Ire--i
Clmland is a mm of
to expe-ct. i:, cou, Q. M.

brains-he alo descries romccredit get a pure beer. That's essential. I Mch 23-24-23-2fi.: ; : : Apr 17-18.
JOSEPH G. CANNON. I ,
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for being a man of opiniiis anti
I
them. In the April Pearson's is an interesting Even a touch of makes beer I
courageous:; (n':>1\h: to stand by impurity Hot Chocolate with

But everything, except his own declaration sketch of Mr. Joseph) G. Cannon unhealthful because beer Whipped Cream, at Solo
is saccharine.
that he is a democrat and the next speaker of the House Impurities mon's.

his civil service id*** proclaim hima of Representatives. Speaking of the I multiply in it.

republican. Fo far us we arc concerned importance) of the office and the personal

w<> think Ht'nrltti'r character of Mr. Cannon, Mr. And a "green beer"- insufficiently aged STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

is correct in proclaiming! him an Messenger says' : "The personal

t obstruction to the democratic harmony character of the speaker is a subject causes biliousness. But a pure beer-well .
letwr n Pennacnla' and MHlon-!!< &*
and success. \\:(' want no of deep interest A man of force
aged-is the of health.Schlitz (Hun Daily Kieept bandijr.
and is beverage
more ot Cleveland in the white nous* integrity a tower of strength .

old republican! insteadso to the nation; a man strong and tin- "
prefer any "CITY OF TAMPA.
he is respectable and--whiteTallahassecan. ,- scrup'ilo-is. or a good man and weak

would ba a dis'inct element of danger. :JT Milton__ Aei am LTP"Dii col.,l.' p<
beer costs twice what common beer costs in the brewing. One-half \r l't'oAl&CoJa.IIthao, Ar Mil ion .i.... rn'are
numbers of democrats "Joseph G. Cannon of Illinois, possesses paysfor
There are great
Oc; Koood tripII tC.
in the count y who feel that traits which stand ort promi- the product ; the other half for its purity.

same sentiment ane1 are much worried nently. I should say from fifteen One-half is spent in cleanliness in filteringeven

at \ Uit they fear I is a prospect years' observation of his course in the air that touches it, in filtering the JEWELER IN HIS

Cleveland l might be nominatedand Congress that his most pronounced beer in
that sterilizing every bottle. And it pays

elected. There is not the characteristic is his integrity; his the cost of aging the beer for months beforewe
STANDI
slightest danger. The unwrittenlaw next most prominent attributes hardi- deliver it. NEW

that no man shall have the presidency -
If you ask for Schlitz get purity and ,
for a third time, and Cleve you age
Determination not yet pay no more than beer costs without them. moved ft Ire to
have
land's well known Hood's Pills my Jewelry

to run for any public office, shouldbe d }o 120 South Pdlafox, formerly ""r;'

sufficient to allay the fears of Po not gripe nor Irritate the allmenI I !r Ad for tke Bravery Bottling. pied by Bass & Co., and am n,'a

these nervous people. If the Chicago tary canal. They act gently yet Stjw better prepared than ever to .'f!
promptly, cleanse eSectually and 1rADE bL '
platform democrats and the pound MIL great bargains: la diamonds,wac' "

money democrats can't get togetherto Give Comfort Jewelry, etc. Call and see me a:.i

; cicejd scrap, there is not much Soil by all druggists. 25 tents L. BEAR d. CO, Wholesale Agents for PensacoU. let me convince you.
J. I. STEPHENe.a .

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THE DAILY NEWS PEH8ACOLA FLORIDA.. MONDAY MARCH SO. 1803. 5

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about the time Miss Griffin's sleep No. 89oe.i. .

BEDROOMWAS was so.rudely disturbed.It rwwi W. O'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; '
THE 1. FOSHEE.Viee-Preiident; JOHN PfEIFFER, Asi't Cuhie a -
is thought that"the gentlemanhad CAUGHT AT RANDOM ,

ABLAZE retired late and had been smoking -
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF
a cigarette previous to his falling

asleep. Sparks are thought to "You people have certainly treated PENSACOLA FLA. ; {

OF THE GRIPFlN have fallen among the bedding and S
RROW ESCAPE us right since we have been here,
h slowly ignited same and the timely said a naval officer last evening. Designated Depository of the United States.
TOTAL DE.STRC'CTION
HOME FROM discovery as before stated preventeda
; "We thought when we were ordered Condensed Statement at the close of busine; ; March 20, 1903. R
serious fire.
BY FIRE EARLYyESTER here or at least I myself had an
!; The Griffin home is situated on the RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. .
idea that
we were coming to out
Y. corner of Intendencia and DeVilliers some LoaBsand Discounts........... ...... ..... $3j5. .37.62 Capital Stock ...... .... ................... $200.000.00 114
of the way place where civilizationeven Demand Loans....................... .... 832031x3 Surplus ....,. .... ...... .............. ...... 20,000.00 + ;
streets and has been on fire three was at a premium and where Overdrafts......... ........................ .,.5293 Undivided Profits..................... .... 609.39 .

za at times always on the inside. Twice there were do people to speak of. U. P. Bonds and Premiums............... 213,806.87 Circulation....................... .... ... 125,000.00 J
r.", i ila; the home of the bed clothing has been ignited in Now we find the little tocka, securities, etc... ........... ....... 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid,......................... 54.00
:.;.. similar prettiest city Furniture and: Fixtures.................... 6.718.48 Deposits ............ ...... .................. 621,346.81
Y:". I. i cr.Fw: been discovered In a way. filled to overflowing with people I Cash and Exchange........................ 283.16630

:; i arly yesterday morn- whose every thought is for the sail-

:1._ ,' : :!H':I residence would .Singers and Public Speakers will or's comfort. As for the hospitality, Total...... .... .... ........ .. ......I....... $966,910.20 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ......... .. $966,910.20. ''HU
:; I believe I voice the sentiment of
.. ,.'.'u in ashes now. AsI find Piso's Cure for Consumption an This bank opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give
affectual cure for Loarsness. every true man on the vessels whenI your business prompt, courteous and careful attention.
:.a:!i- was done in a
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, say that the Pcssacola Kind has
net been equaled. Everybody looks 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. y !

'. ixVick: yesterday OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S forward to our entertainment, and we :

.,, of Mrs shall never forget our prolonged f.
, Griffin's Fiue oysters today. Try them. I
. stay at Pensacola. Some of the 115
.v woke and dis NIC APOSTLE. seamen -- t

|!II>UMwas filled perhaps have been rather roughly II 4tt
( treated at the hands
of the police
-j "n.iThe young RALSTON PURINA DEMONSTRATION. ..._ ',. ))
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but goo-lness sakes alive, what :.c. 1 -
are _
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with ther
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policemen for if not to suppress disorder :"\( .
. relatives, and Every day during the week of
: So far as I am able to
ascertain
,'.-' )Hint of the March 2ird:: Miss J. E. Rogers will
...:n occupied by demonstrate and talk interestingly the police have beer altogethertoo :
] lenient and hive allowed some of I U1ID@llll1! 5)(
'"';'in: of the room i about itALSrO.V I'rmx.CCrrE.LS j tl
the 'jickies' to go a bit too far while k
'1 irrmg around in and PI'RIXA HEALTH FLOUR. A'' I
I : on shore. 1'ensncola people, on the : ks
I"h i a fire whIch ,tALSTOlUk WILL BE GIVENFREE I
!. :i I[ whole, are all right, and will come iaior try
: h'-adway in the with every purchase of two .. I
I i a vote of thanks from the North =.7..="" >-- ;
,' !?'.1 was badly i.packages of RALSTON CKREALS. I II I
Atlantic: squa ''i ardor, who is I !
r a I The ladies are requested to call I l

vioc"eded! in at early and CfHl.I _
.. I "The additional passenger sonicbetween _...,
aid!
with the -
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JAS. :McuUGII Prop. Pensacola, Tlorala and intermediate I I
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'.k.i"hing purposes I Phone 103, New Orleans Grocery Co. :
I points is a welcome boonto B. H. FAIRCHILD, ]
'. I the hmuk,' ,
by March 23-St.; -II\T(1
the many business men throughout \ cr ap 12 o :! s r 33 n 33 m. CL'----O'---

-- the extreme western part of ij
,, 38 EAST ROMANA: STREET. oee
'11 irli
Florida, said a hotel man. "The service -
I enables a man 'o come here, "...'oet Work and Kefnishirg Furniture a I j

transact his business and ue homein Specialty. -AXD-

good fceason.: Now it only! remainsfor : Phono 403. t
I
the Mobile passenger train to BEIOHSAT

start from Mobile instead of I'ensa-.j Slit KMfillls", ATTKMON.Ropular '

cola and bring all the business to
I ::'> conclave of
i this from between here and Flu A
city \j: Joetir As- Leon C 'inmnti-:
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maton." I (fiery No. 1, Knights: itlll
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I I .:0fJ -' fempl.ir, nt 8W p. in.Tnpsday ,;Ot'1Of03039Di00Di09r02...................... .......! : ;
: L''.. reaction--Tctley's Tea. 1 "Xow is the time fur summer cleaning t/s March 31. .
1I I, I.J.!.. Work in the K. 1'. degree O
to I prevent any possibe infection: j I iou,+wed by a buiquec. I i
GROCER.
ASK YOUR li
and the health authorities should ] Sojourning riir Knights: are The Bisr Store.

not bo lax in Kirin this: thing: their:i teoulv invited. cour'I'i
undivided attention J. n. KELLER, E. 9 '-" 6 11r'f;
immediate and i isll
HARRY W. limes :OAeQOmItDa0400l;000sr0@OOAifclo0 i0S0l1e060t$.t00f08ta J JWeare
A an otbetvins mm. "Whatever liecorder.
US&X3S&S&5 \ ..
i'VV VVWV VYVW VV may be done in the future no criticismat -- now in a Position to Offer Some of the Greatest f
f. all can be attached to the health .Those who cough at night may secure -

/ tw LENTEN SPECIALTIES boaru's conduct in the past and a rest by taking I'iso's Cure for Values in :Men's, Boys' and Youth's Suits ,

-AT- wise tilan would be for a continuance j! Consumption. I 1
i I II Ever Shown in This City. t Ko
of the last good service. I

.SOL CAHN & GO'S.. Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat Biscuits :.: .= = ::::::.::::-: .::=.:: ==::: ------o: I .!
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. I A stranger from a certain Gulf city and Force with Cream at Sol- I ::

stood on the deck of a large steameryesterday Oman's. MEN'S CASIMERE SUITS. FROM. . . . . . -$3.00 TO $18.00 ; :li l "

t Ch'l> U'KKKEIi, GKKKV: TUKTLK MKET and gaud around on the MEN'S FINE ALL WOOL WORSTED SUITS. . .. .. .$12.50 TO $20.00 i i'BOY'S

V. I. ,t 1l'OIWI.II.: SO"'P.IIJ-L' : C1tA119, :different huge merchantmen and bat- I KNEE PANT SUITS . . . . .. . . $1.50 TO 6.00 I : \
.
,, ',1 r: kt'tUb| 1..11. Mill Rot, tlebhips anchored so peaceful and DR. GOhDSTEIN YOUTH'S LONG PANT SUITS . . . . . .. .. $6.00 TO 12.50(
y. Vulill" I5LO.VTKKS. kll'l'KKi HERRING: I I II : .f,
ll'NNY: t'ISIi.A' I so near. He remarked that be would CELEBRATED CRACK-A-JACK AND SANDOW PANTS FOR BOYS. ,(;

j! several thousand THE WORLD FAMOUS DUTCHESS TROUSERS FOR MEN-AWRITTEN
be willing to sire 1
in First-Class PHQNE [173 r
Generally Kept a Grocery. !IS HERE.THE .
dollars if his home city could make GUARANTEE ON EVERY PAIR.MOTHER'S ;
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such a marine showing. Then he FRIEND SHIRTS FOR BOYS . .. .. . . 50 and 75c : {

stuck his hands in his pocket. OPTICAL SPECIALIST IS $2.000 STOCK OF MEN'S FINE SHIRTS . . . 50c, 75c AND $1.00 : '1

STOPPING AT HE ESCAMBIA THE BEST VALUES ON EARTH. i
and !
crawled over the steamer's side 'fl
r.-: :G. w. & COXXXXG.:: : w. & COX; ;:ltl I walked up the dock singing "Home HOTEL.-SEE HIM ABOUT ;, '=t'; .


T GREEN WATSON & CO. *c co |,I Ain't Nothing Like-Dis. YOUR EYES. # PACKARD t# ;. };;I


f1 I Said a government officer last THE SHOE FOR MEN. ,!

night: "Tho battleship squadron I ":

i will take a run over tr the European W Cf..} 1\ ( (\Jr r\ I '

Sale of Muslin Underwear oc 'i waters after the I'ensacola rendes. Hl <<; i rllarr 1'" A HIGH.GRADE SHOE AT A POPULAR !; !t
'I' II
er.'itifu! 5fti e ,
01 \ouzin Is at an end The :: = PRICE: ... .. . ..$3.EO ,i J,t
:
I ships will take a run up the coast5of

...BEGINS... eg Germany England and France after I Remember the eye is the most sen- '. *t:;;> For Vici and Box Calf. ftl'J
who ::JII1 -.:;,. .

\ at 8 O'Clock. $ I tantalizing the forgotten Spaniards what i sithe organ we ha\e. In its normal I j jI u u.__ '.
: Monday Morning have probably not I condition we can see at all distance \ l1

I these ships and their companions are alike. \\> can admire the beauties of! =- \A .
= a :E E1I FOR PAT. CORONA AND ENA- iJ.j.1:
i
Wonder if the Germans .
d capable of doing nature and everything that is wonderful \ "

< / ;' :"e kind cf UNDERWEAR you like. The full wide and I will look it one another and in life. The eye is often abused -"1EJi ( d"r'L . . .. .. . .. .$.'..00't"N I

.\. "I, : kind; made of Soft Nainsook, Long Cloth, Cambric cij, t say: "Ain't we glad we"are no longer and neglected, the sight becomes impaired '. ; \ ; .J
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I Yeiuzulcanateis. .
in
and requires artificial aid, and, ... ? .
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| D'i-cstic., The Prices are Marked: in Plain Figures and :: as medical attention is of no consequence \. ..
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I "TI'oefa of small cottage building there is only one method to \ ... .... The Swellest Line of OXFORDS to i
I
Q t. 'i : ,ust about One-Haif what you have been paying for 0 in IVnsacola has not yet passed oerand restore the sight-to; its normal condition \.,. .. ;'... :. .?. "i'i fij1 .:
0 : \\ \. .; I be Found in the l' i
of limited means are OS' City.
v f G--> ,its Of |like| appearance. Just come in and look them I many men and that is by the use of proper \
doubling their incomes in this manner glasses. Dr. Goldstein is in the city ::, .<....-... 3 1
.
c No doubt you will ste something you want and you ," remarked a real estate man. and will remain a few days. This is '"""':':. .( '. ,

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!
Those who instituted this idea several of life to get (
the opportunity your
.' -c 9'ad' you came. K : 1. ., Burley & Stevens' Shoes for Boys- ,I t:
that they .:
tell .
us : .
years ago now glasses fitted to your eyes to make .:. ..... ', t .
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than er encou-ag:"d in \ :
are more and to rest and
D $ you see properly :: :;,: .. Made to wear. Every pair warranted.
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WAISTS (
.V ire Showing NEW.SKIRTS and SHIRT ana the city's bright future and adviseall strengthen them. Dr. Goldstein is well ::y :":::' :::'

;' in "NOTION" Way. I young men to folow his very known to some of our citizens, and ii ,. : : to give satisfaction li r' 'Yd il.1.
5
< B ,ght and New Novelties a .
I safa way of placing 'their spare highly recommended. Dr. Goldstein J"JIJII iiIDII\ r ..
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I cash. charges;; you nothing for examination ) \) }, Rtif
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:' t GREEN, WATSON & CO. X.J "Dy all means lot Mayor Jones be or proper consultation adivce. anl will give you the VOUIiS FOU TRADE, /f!;l

t m upheld in his commendable idea to The value of perfect fitting glasses

s .G. w. & CO:JJ;,G. w- &CO .... place the quarantine money hall to that the with reference to health cannot be JUiiliam loljiison Ion : 46 I:

purpose of erecting: a city I over estimated. Their effect upon 1/0.1
be credit to the ,lace., It is ; ".,
'I will a I the nervous system is direct and i". "
that from a sense of shame 1 ,1'.i
mown through this indirectly, upon the entire

J GREENHUT & GO.VHOLESALE $ Ia I number of citizens have: refrained organization.A WE ARE EYE EXPERTS. ( J

from directing strangers; to the piesent few of the troubles which result
\Ve succeed In restoring Prrff-ct Hlghtftnl
and assistants. -
habitation\ of the mayor I directly from neglect in this particular i Kemivine Eye'trsln. because we ti
ball and put it on : / haveegmppPdour;elves with the L'Pet : :
Build the Neuralgia, Sick Headache 1
are: ,with .
\ GROCERS Modtropplanan which our expvrt :- ::d'
.... Garden street;" a tax payer made and Nervous Prostation. In additionto knowledge. and eiperiencr, ioi urtssuccee. j'J

remark. I have enumerated ti'-i
this the general diseases, i
CONSULTATION FItEK :
PENSACOLA FLA. the following local affections l
NosI02. 104,106 East Government St, The Ilibernains seem to realize a thi'lt
often result from unconnected errorsof BELLAMORE
THEO. ;:
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in recent paragraph
conveyed a
hint
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refraction. Conjunctivitis granulated ; 1 1RETR
at Random" columnof : _:'_ k OPTICIAN. !,
\CTI-U
in the "Caught lids), Keratitis with Ulcers of t r.J- \ f tic i'
The News. The grand society has Graduate o( l'arlrFranee) and rhU. .J,1
of Nerves, Atrophyof .
Cornea, Paralysis +5 adelptala.WZ ;
taken up tre spirit of the suggestionand !
Nerves.A ,
are acting accordingly. It wouldbe sad mistake is made by most people SOUTH PALAFOX ST. OLD ARMORY BUILDING.;.':
read that column ..
well for you to in putting off spectacles too long. '{r '.

44'Bon daily. Something interesting everyday. The old advice, "Don't begin specks

until you have to," has done a worldof DR. } H. MOCK, ;

harm. Anyone can by straining k
Scrofula Is a bad thing to inheritor .!rtD
looking sharp, goa
and squinting and ..
but there is this about it-
acquire
Ions time without spectacles, but he
Hood's Sarsaparilla completely cures cf destruction to his DENTIST.
seeds
is sewing ,
Bons and Chocolates. even the 'worst cases.MATTRESSES eyes.


uii:: IUILICIOUS: OF ALL GRADES Consult Dr. Goldstein. 28 S. Palafox Street fc Old Armory Building
SIXTY Specific examination of the eyes %: r,:
TO $12.50.
FROM $1.50
t& \\'. A. D'ALEMBERTE, LC DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAMINATED free of charge. CROWN AND BRIDGEVORK A SPECIALTY. 'Itl

FELT MATTRESSES. TRY ROOM 31, HOTEL PARLORS ES-

Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St,. ONE. MARSTON & QUINA. CAMBIA HOTEL. 27mlw. PEXSACOLA, FLA. a.. < ,.

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SI: THE DAILY NEWS PEN8AOOLA, FLORIDA MONDAYS MARCH 20. 1903

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OYOUGETUP A THE ADMIRAL THE- COUNTY


WITH A, LAME BACK ? STRANCETRAVELLER .Ms Pills CurseDRINK


!: KUney Trouble Makes You Miserable. ENTERTAINS AUTHORITIES OP


c Almost everybody who reads the news. After eating,persons of a bilious habit

papers is surr to know of the wonderful NEWSPAPER MAN FROM DEN : CONGRESSMAN LAMAR AND I will derive great benefit by taking one
i. cures made by Dr. I of these pills. R you have been
t4M Ill! NEWSPAPER MEN WERE GUESTSON WILL'ATTEND TO THE MARINE
hnersSwamtRoot. MARK TOURING THE WORLD : !RINKING TOO MUCH
HI l the great kidney, liver ,
THE FLAGSHIP THIS AFTER- WHO ISALLEGEDTO HAVE ROBBED theywIlIPr-ornptlyrelieve the
and bladder remedy. nausea,
; SECURELY HANDCUFFED.At .
j It Is the great medical NOON. ., SICK HEADACHE -. CURED BY
triumph of the nineteenth : YOUNG GLACKMEYER. and
nervousness which follows, restore
'I I.- tj century; dis- This afternoon Admiral .. the appetite and remove gloomy feel. WHITE RIBBON
I'' fiJl! covered after years of 7:30 o'clock last night a pecu. Higginson Ings. Elegantly 1UflJl coated. REMEDY,
Nil j 1 sc ntrf.c: research entertained a distinguished
by party
: liar tra\eller Roch's
walked into Cof-- Take No Substitute.
: SDrKir'5r': the en- abcatd the Kearsargs. Those in theparty Testimony given in the police conn lo-olastt. .Ioot1or. Can U < ? ?
fee saloon and calmly ordered the ratertta, or tofu mthout **tit
I nent kidney and blade this morning against a marine from patient s .
.-- der and waiter to hirawith of ; were AdrriralYise of the navy Whlt Ribbon Itenu.d it-
specialist, is serve a
cup
vaid Lamar the navy yard named McDonald by L: W. PEAKE the dsesI,t1 .Pppute 'for"lSKi7 f
Congressman
successfal in ; and ,
wonderfully promptly curng coffee. He attired in lanu, tlierthe '
was a tight. I "u! patient i.? "alnebri -
lame back, kidney. bladder! uric acid trou. i Messrs. John G. Ward of The Daily Felix Glackmeyer Jr., and Officer .t ', -tippler.," .ootsi a dnVv '""
bles and B'ight's Disease,which is the worst fitting sweater, large hat and black Long impelled Mayor Jones to bind drunkard. ImDoibleforDyonet or
News Frank L. of The No. South Palafox M
; Mayes Daily 80 street, keeps appetite for alfobMic liquor,
form cf kidney trouble. leather shoes. A number of people McDonald over to the county authorities Ribbon af.ro.lL'White
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp.Root is not rec.ommended were in the restaurant at the time Journal. and John Denham of The call bells wires and all kinds of Remedy
of
a charge highway robbery.
for everything but if you have kidney Daily Press. The admiral was assisted on electrical supplies. Have him do Indorsed by Members ofMrs. w, c T.r
and at noticed that the
liver cr bladder trouble! it will te found once new in entertaining by Flag Lieutenant McDonald was taken into custody by your work. Call phone 203., Moor pres? euperlntt-odcrt '

Just the remedy you need. It has been testedIn arrival wore handcuffs. Constable Slocumb and locked up Christian Temperaaw ro.oo 0110mt'n'e -
G. R. Evans and Lieutenant M. L. tura. California writes: "i VtD
ban
so many ways in hospital work in private This information at once caused pending a hearing.Clackmyer \* bite Ribbon K medr on 10'1.4

practice, among the helpless too poor to pur- widespread interest and the table] atwl.ich Bristol, an aide to the Commander-in- CHOICESTOF drunkard ,and tbe rur..s banI very t .'0!t1tl"
chase relief and has proved so successful in CfcSef. told the mayor that early In many ca-"I the Hrim-dr "I.'D'1IJ't :

case that a special has sat the stranger was Immodiatfly yesterday morning he was assault. crelly. 1 cheerfully ..[d : ''
every arrangement The purpose of the entertainment dorse White Ribbon Remwi". aDd 111-
been made by which all readers of this paper ) surrounded.The our Union art Ueilxtwl ).t"nl 'rt 01
who have not already tried it. may have a stranqpr was fuund to be Mr. principally was to secure views on tr..atmen' to al\l us 1D'jar U 'c0mIcal -

cample: botte: sent free by mail, also a book Miurice RernstoS Schroeder of Copenhagen the reeds of Pensacola harbor and Tarragona streets by the defendant I f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERS ij [ \ ance work." t.OJ"r.,

telling! more about Swamp-Root and how to navy yard, and plans for the betterment ard another mar. in unitorm whose I I Druggists or by::mall. n T.iai lltt...
.
f.nd out if you have kidney or bladder! trouble.Vhen Denmark, and it was' later e\dent! intentions were robbery, as free by writing Mrs. A. M.
and improvement of each werediscussed TOltftsend
writing mention reading this ascertained that he is the for
generous'ier touring both of them commanded the victimto years secretary of a
Woman's
in this ar.i: fT- "" each gentleman taking part I APOSTLE'S Chr.,|"
paper world i it. three for a of I
sears wager 0. ain Temperance Union'
'
produce the cash and stop fartherdmage 218
ad your address: t3/riT: ... e 4...':Hu.pr. : in the discussion.The I Trtmoni
1 : .,.. l.oII.: a condition of the wager being St Boston Mass. sold
,
In I'
Kilmer& Co.Eir.g-:'gUtf!tpf SJnar of that to himself. Glackmeyer real >wk .1 bJ
: ; : I concensus opinion was:
:\!on. N. Y. Tre" that handcufls shall be worn izedhit the men were about aMan' 14 1 East dmt( SI Hannah Bros., 21 1'alafui M
dock! and wider channel
:a stone
regular! ffy: cer.t ard iiomeof F..a ,!fP."t.lIo.a throughout the .entire journey of 44id ,- were ,
of
several cries distress which
said all absolute necessities. '1 he channel! it CICI'L5T-,
sizes are by good druggsts.I '
( miles.Mr. Formerly Cordova RestaurantStauc
.vas: agreed upon, was deep enough for were heird by Officer Long who I 1Y1Wf j

1 n't: linkanv ciU5', but reo Schroder was fourd to be ai all but the chased and captured McDonald after I One car-load of Pineapples at 11.7 ..- t ;;pjLj sI
practical now .
.,
purposes .
I Jrn-mhi r fie nutn Swamp Root. cu:irret! onus gentleman of the re- | co; $2.OO dozen. -..,IApi.
firing several shots at him. per 'I
S -flu
' Dr Ki'.ui.; '- "- -v/jiitt| Hoot and the | width must be increased to secure absolute ,#"" I.tl" .ItU'UI."TtI... ,l i
\pouorial stafi! of The Folkets Avis, I 111'' '01" .. ..
.
The marine tried to have believe .
aJJr s-, Ilr!.!g: "idiiHun. N. y., onevery the katiins | safety for all kinds of craft. people I O B'4"On.JA. -" n..r." .or'.." ....I. 0,. .. 1(,..."
p b >::l<>. paper of Copenhagen. On that he remembered of .u..u. rn Iao.,
.
nothing I ie&n the 158 Kd:!: Yea Hal'S :02\3: DcI Y, t1cu. L. ,
Coed water in suiEcient quantitiesis ..... .. 5.
.
t 1..1. ...
.Vigiisi :!S. IWil, he started on his long the affair that he had been drinking """ r.., '..,1..
aIm need. This bo ; I t'm ; .u..J.Ii.rr..lh..,, .. ...
a crying can '
..' h. 0-eu ....,
and circuitous Journey. At the same ( gu ..
and from in the afternoon his I t .,.,. II
early ; L .k .
obtained about two miles from the'a'd 4'flt-flrVa...... b..I,.. ..... .., ". :r..
time Hol'l'rt'icox! of the I j'III",4.U,
Maritime. Newcastle: mind had been a Wank.Letters .
and the government stands _
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(Fng ) Chronicle and Axel Schneiderof
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to enter into a contract for this
ready
the Berlin; Anzcig-er: set forth on I

-Arrived- the similar mission. Each paper put improvement. from I WICKE & CO.

1*. was also decided that needed defenses
CarJiccr D. Reynolds, Am sch, :331, up $:3W; ), to go to the winner. Richard

Ai.'krson! L&Gurrra to order. I K. Fox of the New York Police were additional! batteries andranges

France: ?, Spin ss, Cchevarria Gazette has lately supplemented this oa the mainland en Deer Point. WomenCured Plombel Gas and Steam Fitter

This would afford protection to: the
I50S EioI.! to Gulf Transit Co. amount with an offer of $1,000 to the ,

KatcntlrecLt. Dutch ss. Teensina.Vtra winner completing the handsome city from vessels wbich could not be by the use of Kodol are received dally. ,

Cruz reached from the defenses at the harbor Their troubles nearly all begin with indigestion No. S South Falafoz: : Street.
to'I. S. Keyser: & Co. purse above m ntioned. \Vilcox has
or other stomach disorder.If .
I
Enrichetta Accarce Ital hk OD3: been outdistanced about 8,000' miles entrance. the food you eat fails to give strengthto All Kinds oi Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept en Eiai
The docks should be enoughit
large
II Ta .5lno, Genoa, to Rosasco Bros. he being now in Oregon. Schneiderwas your body, it is because the juices secreted TELEPHONE) TC5 .. PfcNSAOOLA. "'LA.

i C! ared. mistaken for an escaped convict was agreed, to take in any cizcd by the stomach and digestive organsare -
vessel. The dock now at the yard is inadequate to transform the nutrient prop- ------- ---- --- --- .=

Ital ES 11 Plensonte, ;J731, Passotore at Buffalo N. Y.. and killed! by a of several vessels of erties of the food Into blood. That is

by Cult! Transit Co. forOtte, with deputy sheriff. And it is now fair .to capalle lifting Indigestion. The system is deprived! of the I F SAMUEL
the fleet in the harber. This was CHARLES
new
car::') of 3f'i'0' tons of i>ho<hate rocl, presume that the rune will fall to amount of nourishment required to keep up ,
Schroder.Schroder. regarded as an important matt< r. as the! strength and the result is that one or Iii

v. icil at $18.000. the Panama Canal's. construction will more of the delicate organs gradually grows I I" r1 BDDT AND SHOE MAKER

Ita s.s Iia'.ia. Ca'Otror.criin 2iwro started out \\i-.hout a cent weak, and then weaker, until finally it is.. ,
maintenance of
the
,md bales cotton lino tons phos- ot.mooney and is not permitted to beg. always require a diseased. Here a great mistake is made. I r REPAIRING NEATLY DONE
fleet in Southern: waters. Pensacola That of treating the diseased The WHILE YOU WAIT.
That he is "fake" he exhibited organ.
no a
1 >h i ic rock additional valued
j cargo was selected as the most! advantageous best doctors in the land make this very I k-k.5.; 2i3 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes,* Leather: Finding.liOTSOrill .
a Sll.:: l. certificate signed ly Sam C. Austin mistake. should ?
imlaccas it is :2nO! mile nearer Why they It is so easy 'PIIO I'; an.
S editor of ti'e Police )' : PAHFO.Y HTKKKT.B .
Saled.; sporting Gazelle to see that the trouble is not there. I I
Galveston.The ( aMa i MMaM BMa Ba a B aa a .> .
canal than a
the (jaB* Ma Ma a *
lW> H J* *a
-r-aoola., Am ss, Leeru, Taiujiico.i : certifying to his reputation as a newspaper I II -- MMl a MB* a *MV J M>*> *> *>

j S. S. Illinois, Couvtrsc for tar i liter' :and a gentleman! entitling clred.;e now building will bo : Kodol IJ.
about August 1, It was
; c> practice. ; him to eveiy consideration.Scl.roder's complete | E. DUBUISSON k9 BROTHER
: stated, and after that theie would he
tdventures have been
, I needed I ':OH. tIt TAKIC\GO.\\>D IMKNOKNCIA
: no difficulty in maintaining; a STUKKTS
VESSELS IN PORT. many andaried.. In Colorado he was

mistaken for an escaped convict and I 1/(.foot channel.It Cures I Dealers in

.1 that Penracola
shot in the shoulder which compelled was also agreed This famous the stomAeh
Steamships. and
Jil remedy puts Choice
should be a poir.t where the Hydrographic i 5e Staple and Family Groceries
him to remain in a Denver hospital digestive organs in a healthy condition so ,,
Culsoa, Am. FS :2170 New
Doyle,
office should be situated. with that rich red blood is !
I for four months. With all this sent coursing throughthe
York to T. S. Navy. Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too
time balls for commercial veins and arteries of every muscle tissue many to enumerate,
delay however he is ahead of purposes. I and are Warranted to be the Best
now and fiber I the Market Affords and be
the
of
0 Cairncras.; Cr ss, 1D31: Gibson, Vera I ttooughout every organ en- can
f Cruz to Smhcrland-lnnis Co. his time. His money is made by The needs of the port would not. tire body,and by Nature's law of health,full Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given in During the

lectures and !lIy leading orchestrasfor conflict with the needs of any other Strength and vigor is soon restored to each. i, Holidays and will Deliver Free to any l'art of the City.
Uurango Spaa s:;. Quintana 2297
which lie is in every way capable port in the state.After Kodol cures indigestion, dyspepsia and all COUNTRY ORDERS: WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.
New Haven to Sutherland-Innes Co stomach disorders. I
conference dinner was
the or
as he is an accomplished musician. I have taken Kodol! for nearly two months' P.O.BOX326.
Earl wood. 1'r ss, 14>'H, P.rowii Ha-
2 \ana to Sulhorland-Innis C'o. When but 13: years of age he composed at an end, the genial naval entertainers after each meal and It is the only remedy J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.,

march in honor cf his i slid it was now up to the congressmen that gave relief from the terrible pains I PHONE .
a king'sbirthday
I t Firth nf Forth Br si;;. inS3, Brady and newspapers to secure ,J I endured. After a time I would take it but FIUU.l1y O-rooor/
which for him immediate
r jvidonce to H. Daars & Co. won once a day. and now. while I keep a bottle - --

1 .Jcr ss Canna. 1 Oil':;. Rerg. Havana recognition in the musical world. I the suggested: improvements.: handy I seldom need it, as it has cured me.

lie has thus far travelled 2o.0: <(>;3 Will Entertain Wednesday. MRS. J.W. COOLEAUCH Milo Center. N. Y.
\V L. WiUleb. & Co.

- Ital is Italia. 1S11 Caldrone: Norfulk milEo? reached Flomaton yesterday On next Wednesday the usual Kodol Digests What You Eat. IA. :\ : AmvAery

afternoon and being weekly! receptionkill i>e held on the Bottle Size < .
to Gulf Transit Co. came very near only.: $1.00 holding 1 4 times tho total .
shot Sheriff Yaughn. 1'. S. hattleship. )[a'isachnsettsone size which sell: far SO cents. ,
, Ircaarl Horn, Cer s.i, Mollcr, 833, by Deputy Prepared by E. O. OeWITT CO.. CHICAGO I I
who mistook him for a convict. :\Ir.'aun will be hold the succeeding week on (SfCCESSOR TO VERY % WOOLFOLK)
,
St George, to II. lUars: & CoIncLkcllh John Sheppard, llargis' Pharmacy
( If account of its being holy week, which !
\ his mistake and IMPORTER
I I I r.t ss :2110.! M.ijor, Do ton recognized Sidney Kahnv AND JOBBER OF
will be strictly observed by the squad
clothed Schroeder with
a recommendation -
. I II. to Culf: Transit ('c. -
.. I certifying to his good conduct ron. HARDWARE.
\
Kith, Ir ES, Sturenlien. 11SE :., .

E Kinshton to nix M. nobiusimIrcn deputy.Other courtesies were shown l>y the I. McCallan Fine Marksmanship.J. a teaman on board the G hpis Thiesen I Iron, Nails, Axes Bhovfls, t-sw Mill and Steamboat

-, :;\\<'J ss, HJ.5: Koyesst'n.:
The travelkr will deliver: a Texas, who is on his first crjise and Supplies Cooking and Heat ,c!? Stoves, Paint Oils
Tamplpo toV.. \Vitticli & Co.Yivina. l'turl'I I Window Glass Guns, Pitoand!
her tomorrow night. Howil who enlisted as a landsman for training Fishing Tackle.
Span fs, lUtz 13SJ Santiago probably I CORNERINTEHDENCIA'AND
I then leave for Tampa. enroute to made the remarkable score cf ten I I Agate and Tinware ana Ibiisefurnisliins; Goods.AGENy .
to Ciulf: Transit CoWihomina
Havana. Panama and South AmericaHe hits in un shots or IOU per cent with BAYLEN STS I < FOR
BIRMINGHAM
KOLLINU MILL
( l'-r 65, 1CS2, !>>nc, Tam- COMPANVX3

pico to Kix M. Ro'uin.son.Ships. was a caller at the police station a six pounder. One Block Wet of Puhfox. : Revere Giant Ktitched Belting;, Northampton Emery

this: morning and after !his many This was done r' *,' 'II 0 yards with I! Wheel C.)., L ,ftiu & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's K lsomiue -

; credintiaU: wore (>examined: th marshal the Texas under a TK -d of ten knots. KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF Iron Kinsr and Buck Stoves and Ringps, Wm

:) I Carani: Ital thip.Cosla, 11SS, Cape saw he was all right and allowed The Illinois! S3is.! ; Coups Made Railroad& Co'I! Colors.Raw Hide Lace Leather ilasury'a

Town to 11. Eaars & Co. The Illinois!' le;t today for sea practice. -

l Kings Cotiaty. I3r ship :20iJl. Salter him to K'J: unmolested.Ely's It has not becu decided; yet to Masonic Temple Pensacola Fla.

k Elm Janeiro to crJcr Liquid Cream Balm is an oid send her to New Orleans as the cur PUREST[ I lI LIQUORS ----. ---- -- -. __._ --

Am eblp Kennebock. 10.TG: Lane triend in a new form. It is preparedfor rent now running: through! tho dockis

Boston to John A. Jlerrltt & Co. I the particular benefit of sufferers reported to be three and a, half TIME TABLE.

Indus, Ital tlilp Oneta 1111, Marseilles from nasal catarrh who: are used to knots,\\ hieh,,"ouM make it exceedingly fOR

to Ilososco firus. I!atomizer in spraying the dweasedj difficult if HOI da s -H>us to undertake LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.

OJdl'rl'or ship. Sars. ISC'). Durban All the and sooth- it under the circumstances If IN EFFECT lFCEMBRit 1. lVOI
I j membrane. healing! amily Iedicina1 Use
to P. 0. Howe & Co it is found she csnrot be docked before or
ins properties of Cream Balm arc retained New Orleans

Saga, Nor ship, liana, 1221:: I, Montevideo I in the new preparation. It the fleet sails about April 15th FtJBI and Mobile.

to master will north be docked thore.
she go and
does not dry up the secretions. Price. I So.8. !IoO... So.!. No."
No.1. No I.
Barks. I Id"oht including: spraying tube, 73 cents. At Hunting sn Anchor. ':15& i2ltm 11Q6p Le&n.l'enlacol&Arrtn fiooa 4:OOp 5:155
Toe Sailor 8:50 a 2:27 1:02 a L6ave_ _
Lllsffio.Swedish p FIom.ton Lt'&n 2IIi a 1:110 .
: Brothers 56NYarrea Divers are at work today !trying to or 11:00 a ';22 2J.'i a L..ave__ __ p : p
.\ Scniandcr, Nor your tlriueiat'a;:: ; or Ely p Mobile Ifave 12:.n't 12:16 II 6:00 P
the lost --- 25p 7:110 a 1.avE' ..N.w OrI6&n8. Le.ye 8:00
anchor of
the
sea,-, Algoti Bay to bkIad'i Street New York, will mail locate Scorpion p 7:26 I _

Aviemore Nor bk, Hansen 1043. it. several days ago when st.e.as lying I North.

Rio Janeiro to order opposite the citt.Culgoa Punch Danlstf Aqaaril,

Ital bK Anielllna, 803 Manlace, Marseilles SHERIFF'S SALE. at Navy Yard. German Kummel and other brandsof No 2. No. '. No.1: No. I.

The refrigerator ship Culgoa will! imported WInes and Liquorg. il iiQSpm I UHp m Loavo... PeuoscoI&Arrlye &:00 p m 'I 5tesm
to II. Burs & Co. 8:15 am 8:57 p m Arrive_ Montgomery: _1.ean
11:15
By virtue of an evec'ition i;;sned out afternoon and l15 s 11I iss P"
move to the yard this aam tIlJlpm: ArrivL..Btrmlngbam ..Lea,.
Carlo Ital bk. ButTe, 1G73. Monteideo !1:33am
P. Here
;
tUOplD:
only you will find the N. C. I
Escambia Coun- 1:00pm 1IOa m Arrl"Na.bvllIe
of the circuit court of there discharge abO'it 9,000 package? .....Le.ye ___ I __. _
to orderGroRoria 2lEa: us 8:18 I m Arrive .Loallvllle _L
j ty. Florida wherein J. M. Milliard'sscms Bowen Kentucky Whiskey 21 :years are 1:1$ pm' 5:4: a ta
Olivari TenS and Thomas P. for the post afterwards returning to 7:'lJam noMa m ArryeClnolnnaULeave! 8:00pm I ii:15 p in
bk
Ital SIT :: are plaintiffs old. 7am I:*) pm ArrlYe..Ht.LooIILeave
Maloney is Ufeadant I have levied the fleet and finish delivering balance 1:15pm fApm_
: eriff to order
Nor bk. .Andersen i upon and will sell at public outcry of cargo to the different: vessels. Valhalla! Branch corner Garden PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.No. .
Lady renrtyn. tor cash in front of the county courthouse street and 10th
773, Savannah to order door in the city of Pensacola avenue.C 21-Va1l1 No.I-DaIl1'' No stop where time aol Shown No. I-Va111 o.
I
Madonna de Pompeii. Ital bk. on' Monday May 4. 1'I03. during .the Many Appetizing Dishescan MEN AND WOMEN 11:56 pm 1:60 a m LeaYll'enlacola.-Arrtve JO:15O

Sturle 791, Havana to II. Baars: & legal hours for sale. the following described be made doutly delightful and CM Big a for annttartl 12:15 11:10"nlgbl : 7:11"Tie II ."" __ 1I0bemta_ 10:1'1"pm '6:55pm:01"
Ynle tra__ u II
Co. real property, situated lying nutritious by the use of Borden's Peer SrrttAtioB drncbsrja..in5amrzsuoni alcerttiof :!! 1I _E.eambl&_ N iou eCI"II
or I 10:12" 10m"
being in the city of Pensacola. UIIfi" I 125 II U
an< 1oI01a' u
ma can I nembrtoM.
Brand Cream 10:21"
whichis 6:66'
less Evaporated ..
:
Mary A. Troop Br bk HIS Walley, Escambia County. Florida. to-\uf: PtinlM md not utrinor 11:811: I Y:28 N N -- Harp __ "1 10n II DIO:
Santos to order. Lots twenty-five (23) and twen not only superior to raw (cream gift or 5oi.oou. 11:150 If I ';15 _01& C1t1_ 10:11 II 6:17"1'M" :
s14 788" Mlltoll I'
bj'Dr.g1sU, II
Rolf Nor bk Torgensen 1170, Cette ty-six (::6)( in block thirty-nine but his: the merit of being rreserved MB t In yl&ln wrapper. 1:10 am .- N _Oood RaDle_ I. 10:10"_ .. 1:1:1 t.fJ6"tM : :
(39): ). on corner of DeYilliers and sterilized thus by .lpr.M. preptid. for : to 8:16" __ Holtl__ .. 1:811" taII"
keeping
and perfectlyfor
"' '
to Master.Thomas. of said 100.orlbottlS.. 1="'i 8.10" MlIlllali __ .1 IJO" UI"
Inerrarity Streets each an indefinite period. Borden'sCondensed Cinolar nut ea ri lul Ik, Lauro, 809, Naplesto lots fronting north on Inerrarity soo II 8H: II .II. ._ ..Deerwod..,.,_ N 8A6" 1:14"::
master Street thirty (30): feet and being Milk Co., proprietors.You '1:08":11 II ':18" .. Mossy Head 8to" 1:11 II
1:11I"
Schooners. eighty five (Si: ) feet deep being a t:18" ltI" 1. _-Del'olllakl5prtllll.....Arlrle.: I'U 8:11"1tI.. 11"1:111"
portion of that property known as the ItO. 1:6'1' SS -Ponce de LeoIL.7:28"
,
Dona: Christina Am sob, 163: Axel- want a good piano tuner to 1:00" 10:10' N ...W.Ivjil :11"
Tan Yard lots. HMM tiny CkpoolM are luperion 1:1'1" JtA"
In Pen' acola, still hold U ..
stay yon 6'011" 10:16' CarrvtUe.,,..._. N '
Coatiacoalcos to order. : :lJ" IM
son. is ..
described
property Bilua
The abme back your order. Bend it In. I have se jCeUGop&IU, 6.11 II 10:10. .-.Bonlfsy: II .:Ui" I 1-fl IS
Mabel Parting Br sch Sweeties.Duamore levied upon as the property of Thomas bad :20 years' experience and hare ICrbebttvutwImJMtioni.Tke7cureim48nonntie. (@ 8:00" 101 II I' _..(;blpler: IIT" I 154 N
eIO" SI
P. Ia'.one '. 11:01" _--Cottoodale_ 8:18 II 12:11II DOIIi
Town to master worked in several piano factories. | II
H
SMITH. :00 11fi" ......._Marl&IUla_ I. 8:00" IfI4"
Governor Blake, Br sch. -, Grand' GEORGE E. Orders left at Johnson's book store &mi diseuea :wlthoat anyiaoooruoca. 7:10 II 115" II ..Cyere.s._ II 6:18 II I 11:45 1 III
Sheriff: of Escambia County, Florida. ':to II 11:51" IS "
will be attend"d to.CHAS.. Grind 8Idle.,... IBI" 111"
Cayman, to Jno. A. Merritt & Co March JOo\wt\\ W. PBESSLZY. | ; WLOBTAUOSlJCGiSTt! ,. 1:118" 12:011 noon .. __ Hneadl.. .., 61.1 f 10:50
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e1\NeSReUS\ ULCERS THE. COMING Nasal Doctors Extend Time. ik


ROOTED in THE BLOOD. CATARRHIn fiSOTESi .

After the age of 45 or 50, -when the vital powers are naturally weaker, JEGATtAHANDSOME tU its stages tiers OWING TO THE LARGE NUMBER
otkedthatahurtof any kind heals slowly and often a very insignifi- idould be cieniliness.TVR
!
WHO HAVE
It IS t bruise Ely's Cream Balm BEEN UNABLE TO Iflj
ct scratch or A imall pimple came on my Jaw, but rave me no SEE THE RED CROSS DOCTORS, 4lt -
rleanses,soothes and
or I heals -
:: bad ulcer pa1n or inconvenience and IhoUld have forvott -
MnfS a :Mr. J. D. Pirrong citizen
a prominent
*'"- this time of ten bout '* had ** not oegun to inflame and itch ; it CASH PRIZES WILL the diseased uercbrane. THESE EMINENT GENTLEMEN 'j4' !
SO,e. At would bleed a little then icfcb over but would not It care catarrh: an'd drives! vjtWr of River Junction, was a Sunday
t,, warty growths, heal. This continued for loma time then the Cancer away a cold La the tea4 HAVE EXTENDED THE TIME
1 1.! miesinai began to eat and spread until it was as large as BE DISTRIBUTED TO WINNERSOF quick!;. visitor.Mr. FOR THREE MONTHS TO ALL tf tilW r
;;ok-S! and half dollar, when hear of L. B. B. and determined
rrp been on the body. to KiTe it.. fair trial. and it j. remarkable what a Cream Balm II placed Into tile nostrl's,spreads Abe Mayer and wife, of For WHO CALL UPON THEM BE. f
E wondtrfnl effect it bad from'the beginningthe sore THE SEVERAL CONTESTS. over the membrane and is
u .isorbed. Relief: Im.
Smith Ark. who
have been
sojourning FORE APRIL 21.
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iaostfroniwriuucfc began to heal and after taking few bottles disap- mediate and a care follows. It U Dot oirying-doea
and ,
i"3affle: lesier peared entirely. This wu two years ago ; there are in this city, left this morningfor
to long still no signs of the my general healthjji not produce tneezicg. Large Size,50 centi at Dru I''
i ;!ore '>verv ulcers.continues good. CancefiInJ. B., Wyaconda, Mo. list j or bj man: 5rial! Size,10 cenu by mail Cuba. A stuff of eminent pnyticians and sor-
eating Handsome cash prizes will be con ELY genus from Lbs KedCrosn M I"dlcallnstl1ote
a..e large or ulcer is slow in healing then be sure BROTHERS.Warren Street.Sew York. The regular meeting of the Daughters have. at the urpetit solicitation of a large )
sore
a you may '
vytenever tested for in the regatta to be held in : number of patient under their care la this ,
shins is radically wrong with your blood. Some old taint or poison i of the Confederacy will be heldat country, established a permanent branch -
Pensacola harbor the afternoon of 1.i
-i- on
: of tbe Institute in this at
t haS been slumbering there for years, is beginning to assert itself. Lbrary Hall Tuesday morning, city i
!: April 15, the events to commence at YOUNC LADY w t
HjKSks out and becomes a bad ulcer and perhaps the beginning of April 1st at 11 o'clock. Mrs. J. C.Pebley 111 West Chase Street. t.

These old sores are rooted in the blood and \vhile washes, soaps, 2:30: o'clock. The committee this Secretary.Mr. j

Cacr. ttC, keep the surface clean, they are not healing. A blood morning gave out the list of prizes Theemineelgentlemen hare decided to ,ti. ,t

5alvcS' medicine to purify and strengthen the polluted blood which will be awarded in addition to BADLY HURTSHE J. A. Bywater, foreign freight give months their(medicine temces excepted entirely )free to all tor invalid three 1ttlji i t ii

and a tonic to build up the general system is whatis the handsome silver cup, which was agent of the Louisville & Nashville. who call upou them for treatment -,' jl.Btedll .

needed, and S. S. S. is just such a remedy. No this morning placed on exhibition at railroad is in the city and yesterday Now and April 21. 'P

poison is so powerful and no germ so deadly the jewelry store of Peter Linden- WAS ATTACKED BY A FE, was royally entertaned by Pensacola
that this great vegetable bl x>d remedy cannot reachit. Those' service! consist not only of consultation tt
F j struth, 116 South Palafox street. It ROCIOUS DOG THIS MORNING officers of the railroad. A delightfulbay .examination and advice,but also l '
of kind quickly yield to its wonderful curative prop- 1
ai ulcers every of miDT surgical operations." -r
cte5 lf you have an old sore or ulcer, write us all about it, and _.J<- has received a lot of admiration this AND WAS BITTEN TWICE, BESIDES ride was enjoyed. The object in pursuing this course '
:: information desire will be by our physi- forenoon. Remember Dr. Goldstein remains is to become, rapidly and peroonall; ao ti '
given
BREAKING HER WRIST
: \, ce or any you may quamtfd with the sick andatflcted.and under 4 i

::a"wiihout charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA. There will be four cash prizes, aggregating TRYING TO ESCAPE THE BEAST. only a few days and those who do not be made no conditions for any cervices will any rendered charge for whatever three t ;frl

$JCO. Four events will also see him during his stay stand in their months to all who call before April :21st.

--- be pulled off. The prizes and the own light. Dr. Goldstein has been deformities The doctors.trl'81all and guaranleuscure forms of disease in every and j .

TAKE NOTICE. A Remarkable Case. events will be as follows: Miss Louise Kupfrian, who residesat coming here for years and is thoroughly case theY unti"rtake. At the tirst IntervIew -
a thorough rmminatlnr is made.and. ti f
: One of the most remarkable cases of First Event.-\Yhale boats twelve Kupfrian, park, was attacked by a reliable and stands at the if incurable you are frank* an kindly told j

T W iC'fl i it MJcor.cern a cold, deep-seated on the lungs, oars, open to crews from all the shipsof ferocIous black dog about 6 o'clock head of his profession.An ( so uteless; alo treatment.advlotd allaln8t s. enda i money for S -e-fl f

On and after this date all ResoldIss the North Atlantic Squadron' prize this morning and suffered Injuries Male and female wenln <9. catarrh and 4 '
causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs. ; painful interesting party from :Marianna -
Cards cf Thanks, Excursions or catarrhal deafness; alt< v" ncocele. rupture. > ,
Gertrude Fenner, Marion, Ind., who $65. from her struggles with the yesteiday was composed of C. C. 1I0Itr.cancer and all diseases of the 4 j jrectum.areoblt1vely
to whicn an adnis- cured by their new '.
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E-ier'jirments was entirely cured by the use of one I Second Event-Gig race six oars. beast. Besides being bitten twice she Liddon. Mrs. C. C. Lid on. Miss Laura treatment. i i I
's c'largetJ!: ard simi'ar notices: Minute Cough Cure. She "The I Their chief associate of the institute .
: surgeon
:i says thrown I, > t
of the was violently to the
Crews to be from the ships ground by Liddon. C. C. Lid on, Jr., M. 1... Deklc, will be in personal" charge. i i
Yo be charged for at regular! sdver- coughing and straining so weakenedme the animal I iflicts so. ill West < bane Office Hours ,
cquadron; prize $23.; angry and sustained a Noris Dekle, Hal. Dekle, E. V. Dekle
-tes. that I run down in weight from e R. m. toT p. m. (Sundays IC a. ui. to 1 p.m. 9 ,
t. J 14S to 92 pounds. I tried a numberof Third Event.-Dingy race, four fracture of her wrist. She was broughtto and G. W. Ward. They were at the -

remedies to no avail ur.til I used oars. Crews from ships of the squadron the city immediately for medical Merchants hotel for dinner.
:-.'tz.Vjta, Shredded Wheat Bis- j I CREX GRASS FURNITURE FOR J'
One Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles ; prize $15. attention and is resting as easily as ,
ects. ;:rd Force with Cream at Sol- of this wonderful remedy curedme I THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED
between selected can be expected.Miss .
Race -
Fourth Event- PARKER'S
c"'s.. \ entirely of the cough. strengthened ROOM AT MARSTON & QUINA'S.liudgin's 1 -
HAIR BALSAM I:
my lungs and restored me to my crews from the battleships Texas Kupfrian is an early riser and Chin,,, ted tmttiftu u. hilt I

normal weight, health arid strength and Massachusetts fourteen oars shortly after G o'clock went into the ,- Pn>mue Till ft luxur to Bettor*nt fnmth.Mover I :-pf

yi ". !mj 's, iKc !t&esl ftr $c. Hargis Pharmacy, John Sheppard.Sid- each in lacing cutters for a purse of yard of her home which adjoins the .1 5 l Hair...to*.p ita d *.Youthful"'.* hfc ney Kahn. I tt l>n.ggrtj
$2!Co.;; [ark. The annimal was a large one r I.;

The News' WANT COLUMN. Subscribe to the News: 10 a week. Interest in the races i is daily in- and the young lady saw: it threaten' -

Try creasing and some fine sportwill be to attack a small boyvto was near. A. VAN PELT. J.C. VAN PELT. NV
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witnessed. Crows: are practicing daily The forocilj[ of the dog was unmistakable -

..,. A!..,* ..-Tr-: ",iQ.. .. .-*.* _... .. '"- for each event, but the hardest preparatory : and Miss Kupfrian starled to VAN PELT BROTHERS

.. ... -"'...". v f";' .t.-, cnevr; I !i .
work: is being done by the get away from it as soon as she could. :
c---( .'! :';' .7- ;/- .*-. -.'.,. .V.r-. ... ......._.-.. '"-'<.!" -- '
and The animal this and after
men from the Massachusetts saw ran

-- her, springing for her throat. She STAPliE
Texas who will contest for the big ftp FANCY GROCERS.it; >{

D. HALE WILSON prize. It is quite needless to say that seemed to have anticipated this, for 11FR'ESH \ .

the greatest interest both in the Heel her arms were thrown up and the
:
and by citizens, attaches to the last fangs intended for her throat sank LINES OF DELICACIES RECEIVED DAILY AND DELIVERED l.

event. into her breast. This threw her to ANY PART OF THE CIT. : 'U !!
Real Estate and Rental 4. '
Agent How Cup Is Awarded.The the !ground and the dog again attacked Y
Have Added to Stock a Complete Assortment of Anti-Rust Tinware. .Posi; j 'j
beautiful cup will bo given the ner, this time biting her on the hip. '
tively Guaranteed Not to Rust. This is Something that Housekeepers ;;' (
1-2 South Palafox Street, crew which records the largest number Charles Kurfrian. the young lady's .f!-"
have not had the Opportunity to Purchase Before.
TELEPHONE NO. 243. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA of points. this trophy to be an additional Brother, was attracted by the lady's

one to the cash prize. piercing set earns anti realized that the ; ;
VAN PELT BROTHERS Ii
log v as a dangerous one. Without ,

Classified Advertisements Working Overtime. using! any time he grabbed his gun. '

ran after the dog ard shot him dead. TELEPHONE NO. 231C"C 21 EAST GARDEN ST. :, "It}'
Eight hour laws are ignored by .
lIe then attended to his sister. .
--
those tireless, little workers- Dr. -

ONE CENT A WORD. King's New Life Pills. Millions:are The young lady has many friends r: Doors andWindow & Iji .; ;

in the who will be much pained
city
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--- always at work, night and day, curing l'fh '

"WANTED.*>* f- r *-f-i Indigestion, Biliousness, Constipation to learn of the occurrence. She entertained Screens "1 \
several city Iricnds at her :
t 1\O'i\ TO LOAN Sick Headache and all stom. ,
WA.TELOrranizt'rs fc established ItTim
r an
home yesteiday.
ach, Liver and Bowel troubles. Easy, It HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF : ,
0' nable term and Fraternal Insurance Company 23c; W. ..
I'1 > pleasant, safe sure. Only at
w :. ,:..: :: I' with latest plans and business A. D'Alemberte's drug! store, 121 S. AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT? k PROTECTION AND j'! .,f

.' 'V. 1SULLARD, methods. Lai go salaries paid Palafox street. d' COMFORT THEY AFFORD? ltf
.u :S ; F [fox, Up. tUr3. Unusually! a hacking cough and a :
j. .WILSON, Manaer.MEY ) good men. Wnto for full particu general feeling of weakness often : '- 'I :
lars.: TIlE UNITED .AMERICANS SURVE /ORS AREAT leading to fatal results after the pa- ; Got Prices Now. : f
WORK TODAY. tient is to have the '
Warder H'.dg., Washington. D. C. supposed passed !
TO UJAJT"Oi. danger point. Foley's Honey and -_- :

March. 2Soaw4w Several surveyors.vent to work Tar is guaranted to cure the "grip!)" I (G. Deli' &Co. ij

.- i .,'*, ," ,, wasrons, cough" and make you strong and
this morning to lay out lines or.ttkh's .r. '
!r.. i! I ill other kitKfs ofli WANTED 5 YOUNG MEN from early well. It nrer fails to stop a cough :
I '-" : ', '. '-rty. UuMness pri- cambi-i County at once to pre. \\'! wharf. The work was pushed if taken in time. Take no substi Telephono ].].. .j-; 'j 'i!

v ". -' i. -,'cr*;cy guaraateed. pre f')r Po-itions in the Government rapidly, and while the men would tutes. f.I: "11b'

2".' :s. i j' I..d..x St. A. A. Fi-her. Service. Apply to give out no information on the subject ----- _.
2m U later-State Corrps. In>:t,
Ceiar Rapids, la.: still it is the opinion that the f) The Star Laundry
lI 1ut-.I It' UM.\-\V. K. .MenI d&wlinWANTED work has been ordt'itd by the railrua'l Ik 'itINSURANCE

': ..'. I.all Ayfnt.; :Money to company with a view of pu'ting thcontempl'ited l I. ,,:, i? :. .i-nti I Me' rate of interest -All kinds of empty beer Biggest Busiest Best I i'
thereon ; .
I:' -I.: I t.. IIrit\. Ollice 112 andIi" bottles. H. A. Friedman. n9-tf improvement .
: ; .:: T urii.til street. soon.

MONEY TO LEND: ou unproved for Item. AND '

f''i . FOR RENT-In opera house building '
:ak" i I.N: at low rate of interest.I'uh stripes; They Speak
.. ou ground floor, one store and No. South Palafox Street.
: : [, -iii- E. Urooks, attorney Risers of worldly repute.It .
oflice; on second floor, three offices.fp Little Early
M w Li'4'tS." PdlafoxHt., Fisher
> 2(> cleanses the and never
system
___b"yli: I:. 3mlru Partial list of dwellings for rent in
NICELY furnished with bath gripes. for Themselves !
i rooms various parts of the city:
iltNET()-11.\YIJ'UU heed I Ask for DeWitt's and take no @
J1.50 i and $2.00 week; with good
Corner Baylen and Cervantes
$3U.
nx": : : Y,'u can borrow any -
at! .:lit: y.>u want today on easiest board J3.00;; week; central location substitute.A street. 2 story modern dwelling We let the Bhirts, Collars '

tr'i. ts.j l lowest rates anywhere 2C South Spring! street between small pill easy to buy, easy to take with 9 rooms. and Cuffs we Launder speak for

ui'tii1. iii-! on improved real to act, but never failing In
city and
', West Romana and Garden streets. easy J25.-North Barcelona street. 2 story themselves. They will talk louder -
-! -!: : Wm.l'ishtJr H. -
2U4,12
results. DeWitt's Littlo Early Risers ,
__P.- xsn-; .-t. lu-tf Transcient solicited. m9-lm. dwelling with 12 rooms. All it.au we can. We want to judged

1011, arouse the secretions and act as modern convenience, bath onuppl'r more oy the work we do than by -
fo A.l..C.
IF .
\\j\\ w i-it borrow money, inVit -- a tonic to the liver, curing permanent.Iy. what we '
floors corner lot, nice say
.
: )'. Insure your property FOR BALE-The most desirablelots Hargis Pharmacy John Sheppard,
L" tir- .-tracu> of title, buy ors Sidney Kahn. yard and shrubbery, stables, !
in the city on easy terms. bv it h
< ii >'-:ate rent of outhouses etc.
,
II:.)" : property col- the Fisher Real Estate Asrency, ALL WORK C. 0. D. God ds CalIe for and Delivered Fre '
> r 11'thlU| have rents 20-1(2 South Palafox. 18.ilm $!'}.-Corner Baylen and Cevantes ; ; i
'" ; r y.-ur taxes attended to,

t i !klre-s Thos.! C. Watson FOR SALE CHEAP.-Roll desk J 1 dwelling! with 8 rooms. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
top
( i;- u K-tate aud InsuranceA. 2w 1, I J23.; -North: Palafox street; a nice one
.- new. Leslie E. Brooks, Fisher IJuild-
t '-<'.1-, acola Fla. who Charges ing. :3mlm.: story modern dwelling with WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.
i'everyone buys
hard wood floors, all modern
.
will lend
LIW money -
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Wl :' '. ,' build house. 8J-tl FOR SALE at a bargain-The three conveniences. -

room house new, and lot 43; feet mOUR. $2.5O.JluVest: ; ; Gregory street: 2

roi. >_ i.). -- front by 146 feet 6 inches deep, located ., story dwelling with 7 rooms. III ROYAL STANDARD \\VllISKEY
r'
\ : ...'-ii of Keys. Owner at southeast corner Gregoryand $::).-210 North: Barcelona street; 2 jfr'
-- ?
- -- -
: -
': ." by calling at this
yni. : property and pay- I "U" street. Enquire on premises story dwelling with S rooms. a Years Old, in Cases cf 4 Full Quarts, at $3.23 psr. cast qjte.

!t"ttc'. :M7tt. 1U2: U street. EASTER EGG $ld.-311 West Garden street; a room ,- -

:I'CmlwBOARDING ..... cottage.
-
rPHI8 WHISKEY distilled at the Nelson Co.. It1 -
H.VIU vjAUAH -
U' tJMr. ):-
it4
:: street 6 room I -
- $15:13orth Spring ; JL Ky., Distillery, and is fully matured in wood .
I I,1'(3.
Iloarclllli
... > IJKIUXK-Manufac-: r { mDYES. house with gas water. etc. before bottling it is; absolutely pure and not excelled

:..r'r ,! dealer in Hair Goods, HOUSE at Wheeler .. $12.30.-417 East Gregory street, 6 in quality by any Whiskey of the same age

H.,'. r '1lf'trtic1es.. Hair Oil Springs, Mary Ether, Fla.. Mrs. room 2 story dwelling. no matter where produced. The Royal (Standard 4 }
':. \\" > t Gt\'ernmpnt <:tr >p", Condon, proprietress. All the i ieigttyearsold when bottled, and, considering
$12.30.: ; -S"C East Gadsden street, 5
its excellent is tbe ID
comforts of borne at very reasonable t quality, cheapest whiskey
LOST. rates. Northern tourists will room cottage. the market at that price. As a beverage, and aa

111"1'-0' find this an ideal place to spend a $11.-Cll East Belmont street, 5 room an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better .
L. n1vasl"d.backed portion of the season. linlm Shipped in cases: containing no marks whatever to
u T'S book, containing: names cottage. indicate contents. If purchaser upon examining j

::1;; ,1 .tidrt.e! !", written iu indelible nE OVAL. | 111.-700 East Belmont street, 5 the whiskey, is not satisfied with the quality ha

b.u I'-iu-il. Howard for the rp- All the best. No trouble to use. rooms. can return the lame at our expense and money

tru 1 : :.. this otlice, R. R. or E. B. L. DIAMOND, the tailor, has removed Give beautiful effect.. .Delight the $12.-419 East Inteidentia street, Groom will be refunded. h3i; .

;--iMit.: ;1 or J. Clement, No. to 11,4 West Governmentstreet little ones .4 All orders should be accompanied by either '. -
,
_.? '1ith T ur.l ona. 24f.tLLT opposite Express office, cottage. TIGsTyaAU. currency, postoffice money order, bank draft crei- -iw:
5cWORTH5cwill 10.-Corner Baylen and Cervantes rk, order. We refer to First National
where he is prepared to clean, repair press money
1' .;.", h 2;, 15,03., Gold Watch. and press ladies' and gentle- Dye all you want, and produce !I streets, 4 room cottage. 1L Bank or any merchant in Pensacola.! .

:s Ni- ::;.:.T7C9; Duber Boss filled mens'toilor madesi'ts. 16j3m hundreds of shades. I $10.-126 East Chase street. 5 room

c"v. '.'. '."vramme 1::. R. W. on the -- Too, we have Easter Cards, Easter : S. A. FRIEDMAN
; ,
:- ... :Mliee'I Inn'un cottage.
; .. Reward if returned .... .. ..... Books and ,
- Booklets Bibles, Prayer i 9.-.-910 East LaRua street, 4 room ,
:;' V..THERS! Sgt U. S. :M.; C., H. ALF [AX, umbrella maker, 315South Easter Novelties. Drop in.
Palafox Be-cover- many cottage.A w SoL PROPRIETOR, Pt;: SACOLA, FLA. J ;
street.
a.'a, Sm t' in j and repairing: umbrellas and I large list of !smaller dwellings: as := .

d tan do;. answers to parasols a specialty. Silk covers ; well as a number of stores and jii-: : P. O. COX 41$. TELKPHO.K17ftt.
:.." always on hand. 3 J. M. ODE ;
I' jan
: 1-:1e: I. Scar on left hind .-- --. ---- fices for rent. Of-I
:-'sird if returned to res- Dresses made from $1.50 up. Other I THOS. C. WATSON & CO. j A PRiflP4AJ5. -
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER f 'I handle every elaas of Liquors ..old, in I-t (
i \Williams, 227 North: sewing as reasonable 26 South .Leading. Real Estate, Rental and t'nlkr bottle, wholesale retail, at pricee that fl. -

11': "' Spring between West Romana and I I 203 South Palafox Street, I Insurance Agents, 1 South Palafox i are -wnj down. ) $ ,

Garden streets. ml9-lm PENSACOLA, Fla. I.- AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEERJ 4 -


street.'i /

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THE DAILY NEWEL PENSACOLA LORIIA MONDAY. MARCH 3D. 1I.8a


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:;'. A RULER OF WILLING FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.TAKE .

t;. SUBJECTS. GEN. MILES -



'S:) Not all people are satisfied with their COMING .............m i1NiNNNi1NN3F OFF.

11- rulers; but the subjects "GOOD LUCK" =
...
.
too"n'
.
; such from choice ""'! '
| Baling Powder are ; !I --1 I
;. .Ql.,, X101 .
t they have learned by experience that he 1/jU c 'l8lh

:; exacts only the most, reasonable tribute and HEAD ..OF THE UNITED STATES I : THOSE HEAVY WARM-LOOKING SHOES AND PUT ON A PAIR CF

i furnishes full protection .to all under his ARMY WILL LEAVE WASHINGTON


dominion. Richmond. Virginia. DAYS.FOR PENSACOLA IN A FEW I New Means( Grocery, i NICE, COOLOXFORDS



-- -- f JAMES McHUGH, Prop. ti

........................ The highest ranking officers of the WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE I IN

United States army are coming to i ROASTED COFFEES CITY. CAN SHOW YOU THE

i SOCIAL ECHOES i Pensacola within a few days and It I

is stated will leave Washington about +aNDN--

......................... next Saturday coming here without 25 STYLES AT $3.50

The Nomads met this afternoon stop.The $ BLENDED TEAS ,* ,

with Mrs. John C. A very. party to visit here will include IN PATENT COLT, PATENT KID PATENT CORONA PATENT E\A.

Mi.is Mallory-will entertain the I I IC General Lieutenant-General William Crozier Nelson shief A. :of Miles ordinance OUR SPECIALTIES. i il MEL, BOX CALF, VELOUR CALF ELI CALF, PHOENIX KID GLAZED

Whist club this WPi'k. Friday after and General Wallace F. Ran. KID, AND VICI KID; IN THE BROAD. HEAVY EXTENSION SOLES WITH

noon. dolph chief of artillery. Notice o1 E tai l n 2E ROPE STITCHED BOTTOMS OR THE LIGHT, EASY PLIABLE SOLES

the visit of these distinguished officers *
Mrs. W. B. Wright's charming: has been received at Fort Barrancas E al I TJ : WITHOUT EXTENSION IN LACE OR BUTTON PLAIN OR CAP TQES
young guests, Miss Kelly and Miss
although it is not thought by the officers o f SOO .. IN FACT ANY STYLE YOUR FANCY MAY CHOOSE, IN ANY SIZE OR
Thornburg left today; for Mobile on I
at the host that the party will m .
the noon train. They will be great! _J WIDTH YOU WANT.
be here before next Sunday or Mon u Cfl .
missed in Pensacola where they are
C
I .....
1 much admired! and have bf-ea She recipients day.The ""-- -
object of the visit is for the / Ifa
r- of many delicate social at UJH s.
purpose of inspecting the system of 4I
t"nti'I ';. / Ay 4 2 .
i f.re control and direction installed recently z I y y: x 1; ,,t MEYER SHOE CO.
t W C S+ a j rn ,
}; Whistler,
here by Majcrr G.
i! Mrs. I L Viogemeier and Mrs.Jack; '
I l"' e
I Dayton whose husbands are officerson of the artillery corps. If G<'n. :Miles: < .
finds the as placed here a U_ Feet Furnishers for Cash Only.
the Hartford are guests of Mrs.J. system O t

Storm McGaughy. successful experiment, the system D .
will be entended to various other tfia 3 .. 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

Miss Cora pallor is again;: at home harbors, involving a possible expenditure z TJm 2 ,

after a pleasant visit at IK-Funiak. by the War Department of several -

I million dollars in improvement of 8 t i THE NEW STOREDWASH

Mrs Bryan Black entertained a coast defense. The proposed Inspection / 2

'' large bay party Saturday: in honor of will be made under the auspicesof Q Z ...,...- - -
her guests. The party kft town on the board of ordinance and fortifications -
I GOODS. WHITE GOODS.
the steamer Columbia at t'eh.eo'clock. of which the big officers name i
; HIGH GRADE CRoCERIES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Fancy Oxford .. ...were 50c now 39c
Lot t-500 yds Fancy Madras
.
bat. and
and visited the different ed are members.A
Tissues.. ,.... ...were 35c now 25c::
tleships, officers from each joining meeting of the board of ardinanceand Feed Pique, at 25c yard.Stripe .
Stuffs of All
,1.:1. Kinds. ,i,;I. Madras....were 35c now 25c
1 the party. The Kearsarge band accompanied fortifications is to be held in i Lot 2-600 Yds Fancy Madras and
-w
them and a trip around Washington on April :3 for important ; PHONE 105. DRESS GOODS. Pique, at 33c yard.

the bay and to the life sating stationwas matters in connection with the duties : .J All-Wool Voiles.. .......... 50c yard Lot 3-400 Madras
made, returning home at five devolving upon it. On this account it *.*.....N ...... .. ..........N.. 46-inch Wool Ettamine..90c ward Pique at 38c yard.yds Fancy and
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o'clock. Delicious refreshments were is thought that the three officers 36-inch Wool Albatross....45c yard

served and Captain Broadbent of the named will not come to Pensacola un- :(iCr.: .0 JSrn''-. I.0 i@..?-.! !\! !lL6- iiiL2illll7SJ I 'Jr't:-('r, 22-inch Nun's Veiling.... ....18c yard 40-inch White I Lawn, at 10c__yard

life Fivinsr station had the Swats removed til after this meeting. Black Mohair..50. 75c and $1.00
G2s2s 2s 25 2 52525iScJ
from the house during the ? t1 CORSETS.
% a
+ pleasant stay on the island and ,. GRENADINE PATTERNS BEST LINES 50c and $1
k AND ALL-OVER LACE.
dancing was indulged m by many the ,j ,.
beach was also one of the pleasuresIt BASEBALLIUSSURED an 6-yd Grenadine Patterns $6 $7.50 $9
r MILLINERY OPENING TUSEDAY
was altogether a delightful affair. ee All-Over Black Laces, 50 75 and $1 yd

alai ( Foulard Silk Patterns.15 yds for $7.50 AND WEDNESDAY.
;) ,.
arrived this afternoon ....
Mrs.1 McYay: --

from Mobile! and is at Mrs. Xorthups. ., 1 y (' MEN'S AND BOY'S DEPARTMENT.Boy's .
-- UIC'Si5r5252552525Z
Suits .. .. .. . . .. . . . . ... .. . .$1.10 to $t95
C;,. 1 :Mrs. Evans is stopping at Mrs. MEETING OF REPRESENTATIVESOF 0) s2. ,,e Boys' Wash Suits. .. .-... . . . . . .. .. . 75c to JZ50

i YnieMra's corner :Spring:: and Wright DIFFERENT CITIES LAST 0' ( Coronet Pants for Boys (best yet). .. . . .. . . ." . 50 cent

streets. Well-Made Overalls for Men and Boys . . .. . . . .50 mil

These lariies are here to meet their EVENING WAS HIGHLY SATIS I Straw hats for All... ......... . . . . .. . ? ? 25c to $2.50(

IJr il. husbands Hartford. who are officers of the FACTORY. > Spring Millinery Men's Suits for Easter. .. . . . . . . . . .$4.75 to $12.50

1 .1 '.

*r* Miss Stella Avery-will spend, several

l. days next week with Miss Kath Cool baseball is assured for loversof L9OpeningLLt GRAY GOODMAN & RADER

' arine Unwell. Miss Avery made the National sport in I'ensifeola tK.0 ,

this season, and players of National
here in
many friends I upon herisit
will be in the local .
:: January who will! be delighted; to scot 1 I renown engaged ) ?
team in addition to the several excellent -
:WIll; her again. ?uo is m route to 11.\\ MONDAY and TUESDAY
V -me in I\-ns.icola after spending lJ't<;('ljaI1 players who are residents ,

with with her aunt, Mrs. W. of I'msacola. G .

h f; toasant. in Xv York who !; H.\\ cities Last whichwill evening representatives ccmi>o.sc the of Interfile the. : March 30th and 3 J st. ti.

-emal: days in the city in February

111 J j as the ;:nest of Mrs. \\.. S. Elklll.I .-Atlanta Legite met at Hotel Dscambia !' --- ---..... ........... -- -- .

.' I I ... and satisfactory progress was made.
s N ".5. 2S.HO In fact, while no permanent organ!. : <* W. J. & B. FORBES.
; zatbn was affected 1. the matter .' y e
:II{ : ?tl far the pro-cor1ti !'!'!'!'!'!'!,-.-,!"" !' '!:,(O:'!:.,. ,!. !!' !'!')!'!'!'!'!'!'!' '.'!i!'! '!'!I!>!'!'!'!'!'!'!'!: Weather I Serge
I I LONGER :rc-s: vt as to justify I I Clothing t t" and
>iity that Pensacola! will be in theMagus. ,
I II $ ; is nowready. r.(4- Sicilian
! t A CANDIDATE >yy'u
i I I The; cities of Montgomery Brew- I II Coats
I An *1 '
ton rnd I'l'ns'1'ola'l're represented \iMessrs. ii
IW I ,
SPRING Md
I ; Timborlake and Rurrett were I II ANNOUNCEMENT.I Assortment vka'
THOMAS F. NEE SAYS HE WILL 4 t
, J I the Montgomery representatives and M- t Vests.

jf :I NO LONGER STAND FOR THE Mr J\arton appeared for Brewton.1) I consistingof Styles 1
WE ARE NOW READY WITH
1\\ J Messrs. Oliver Schad and Morgan attended $
ti CITY MARSHALSHIP. to l'ensaco a's interests. MrTimWrlake q OUR NEW SPRING AND SUMMER Crash ; Correct,
,\ I STOCK OF MEN'S BOYS' AND .>' Linen
showed telegrams from Quality
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING HATS f, Flannel
Mobile and Selma giving him full authority -
Thomas F. Nee yesterday author. I SHOES AND GENTS' FURNISH and Md
t ) to act for those cities.'hat.
.
i'A'il: .ho statement: that fur !'n; id and INGS. THE LARGEST HANDSOMEST I HomeSpun Prices
I ever he would do would be eminently T
sufficient reasons he las withdrawn AND MOST COMPLETE IN r
I cities.
those
satisfactory AlwaysTrousers.
from the race for the oTice of city WEST FLORIDA.WE i Coats and
called orderat
fhe ir.eeting was to
I Right
marshal.Mr.
S o'clock and business was takenup HAVE BEEN SEARCHINGTHE j ,
;I.'f' has ron hlctt'tI an asresfile -
I at once. It was arranged that the MARKETS FOR GOODS TO l
campaign:; in his own III.halt :andhia -
orsaniration: : remain temporary until I PLEASE ALL, AND WE ARE
c.imjt'titors resanleu him as; a
next Sunday when another session PROUD OF THE FRUITS OF OUR
serious t-ttimblin!* Mock in th" way
,: \\ill be held in Montgomery and the EFFORTS. YOU WILL FIND HERE '
of their election. A great manyot
(league made permanent by the election GOODS. AS GOOD AS MONEY CAN ,
era 'H'reIl: to have: b.n>n pledged: t
I of officers. Messrs. Morgan, t" BUY AND THE BEST PRODUCTIONS
to SUPK'lt! his candidacy and on this Schad ani Oliver will attend and endearer P OF THE FOREMOST MAKES '
I I account his sudden determination; : to JOS. COLEMAN
to have: some enthusiastic OF CLOTHING SUCH AS HART, ,
1 withdrawn from the race will be a..
baseball man from Pensacola made SCHAFFNER & MARX, THE FECH-
i l'
1 great surprise. I president of the league. HEIMER FISHEL CO, AND SAMUEL '
It is understood that Mr. Nee will I 3 i )-CLOTHIER,-(
The Pensacola club will be madeup f W. PECK & CO. I
F Crcdille the present city
strppoit :Mr. Of ;
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of eleven good players. course
i marshal who is standing for reelection they will all reach out for the pen FOOTWEAR HANAN DOUGLASS 212 South PalafuJAJAJA I'onsacola, rioridi.JAflES .
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ml who is ruakirg a great canvass. ?t. AND CROSSETT. -
four clubs
nant. At present there are "
It may be well to state right of ..". SHIRTS-MANHATTAN, ECLIPSE
assured with a strong probability .i..1
;
here however, that the above state six. AND ANCHOR BRAND.
HUGHES
4 nu-nt did not come from Mr. Nee The Pensacola boys are very exultant HATS-DUNLAP, STETSON AND YOUNG BROTHERS. ,

himstlf. Mr. Crcdille would not say over the encouragement given COLLARS AND CUFFS-CORLISS, COON & co. AND

that such support was offered, but them by the "Terminal" company. EARL & WILSON.OVERALLSH. .

j\ did say that if the gentleman shoulddo This company besides giving them a S. PETERS' FAMOUS UNION MADE.

so, ho (Nee) would be supportingthe liberal subscription, has promisedthat BOILER[ AND MACHINE WORKS.

best friend he ever had. Mr. if favorable action is taken on

C'redille had heard that Mr. Nee haddcdoll the franchise next Wednesday night, WE WILL NOT TALK PRICES NOW.ALL .

to make no further fight. work on the new park will be begunat

The withdrawal of this canl l ate once but in any event the old WE ASK IS A FAVOR AND THAT IS THAT YOU WILL BOILERS AND MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD.

leaves four very soon; men in the grounds will be fixed up temporarily. CALL UPON US AND BE CONVINCED AS TO WHAT WE

t rare. These, as is well known, are SAY EVEN IF YOU DO NOT BUY. 801 to 807 South Palafox St.
I Frank WilJe, Louis J. Anderson Fred
GRAY, GOODMAN & RADER WISH
Scnad and A. A. Credille. Each of PHONE 123 and 292. POSTOFFICE BOX 4M:.

I them breathed much easier when the TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC
WHITE
JOHN Hudglnl'i W tyle label for Mi Scent
fact of Mr. Nee's withdrawal was THAT THEIR BIG SPRINGOPENINGOF I Good Cypress Shingles $1.25 per cigar will Interest you.

I learned. FINE MILLINERY WILL TAKE I thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO.
PHONE 225. 205.207 S. Palafox Std
PLACE TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Candies at
Gunther's
Try The News 10 cents per week, Try
delivered. MARCH 31st AND APRIL 1st. Try The News' WANT COLUMN. Solomon's.



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