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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: March 31, 1903
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VOL. 39. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 31. 1903 "D 89 h 2 f t Iii u 1



SECTION LEVEE MISS ALICE FEARS WE MAY :mm_ $250 000--- i_! 1ti l }JI US 1; i II




ROOSEVELTASKED TAKE {.3 ":{ ., !
COUNTRY I
COT TO LET WATER OUT f"\ { j f,t .

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THE HONORS BY THE FOR SULTAN TO DO'I I I REVOLUTIONS WOULD CEASE, I iW : ,,; .f i : ; tf f

I\U r-TMN.- :' ::, OF AN IMPENDING existing. The mules on the places THE VESSEL BUT WOULD THE UNITED .,, 11"I I J ,,r .f-I'J .tk.. '" 1,' Iii l'. '

have been taken out, but the cattle BUILDING NOW IN CRAMPS INQUEST UPON THE DEATH OF' tomobile carry him over the brink of : : ,'; .:,. 1 'i" '
STATES I
,. oE IN THE CHANNEL-A STOP AT THE ISTHMUS { t l.I
f stand around on knolls!\ and scaffolds.] YARDS. EURDICKAT BUFFALO REOPENED the stone quarry on Kensington ave i t.t : Ir V'+: }I : ., ,

.', yrtNED IN THE FLOOD The county suitrvSsors have made ? nue on March 10. If the accident insurance I,II:+!oJ"' ', I,'. ," tflt. 1i .
arrangements to send a barge and I I -NEW WITNESSES: EXAMIN companies contest the pay-P (, It': t
; r N VAZOO CITY. ment of risks on Pennell's I1 x,1' \ :a t s
the
men out tomorrow to biinj the cattlein life ; '.... .
oiii of me water. They are also Philadelphia! March :SO.; -Not to be Washington: March :CO.: .?. A. Gar- i ED-THEIR STORIES THROW burden of the prool must I fall upon ho>; ;J ; 0 fi I tf" 1. ,. \ {;
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suffering for want of food. outdone in diplomacy by Emperor ,viria editor of El Comraeicial, at NEW LIGHT UPON THE CASE. them. Sl- ; 'j',! ,I 'Ii.f'.f,' k j'I
'i "- March :CO.; -The \\n iam of the Sultan / ;{ \ '" ,';
Today Arcola and Hollandale had > Germany ot Meneilin. Colombia, is in Washington George Dunbar and Wm. Lannen, ; :l
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Turkey has ased Miss Alice Roosevelt to look into employes of Keim's Jii "w. .
'y during the last: their first sight;: of water. Humors Panama: Canal affairs bicycle works, Y S
the daughter of President Speaking} : of the who saw the fatal plunge, probably r. -l I.' .11h- ;: i 'i ry" ;
canal
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rise about! :2! inches: have been coming in all day of yesterday ;;; Buffalo March CO.-The Burdick ,
Roosevelt' to christen the he will be the first witnesses called '
Ottoman by J
srjd: ,
,,; i IK- ditches and lowlull breaks in the levee both above and murder inquest was reopened before I t-
cruiser Medjidia when that vessel is "There Is"a Judge Murphy tomorrow. They were IH' i
below me city but last night none great division of sen.timE'ut :k r.'I' fJ f
it covered with were confirmed at the Levee Hoard launched from the Cramps shipyard in Colombia as to the advisability Police Judge Murphy for the purpose on Kensington avenue, going in tha Mi ,..'. 1 -' : I"!. '
-mum of the north- early in May: of concludim the treaty with of hearing the testimony of AlexanderJ. same direction as Pennell's automo f ::. "
office anu the president states all are '
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.> .stt-rday had no water holding and everything is reported It is said that Miss: Roosevelt has the United States in regard; to the Quinn the bar tender of the Hotel bile. Pennell sounded his gong three 1\ r..' l'J I .' .

!": city is covered with fa\oraule. given her consent on the advice of Isthmian canal. Some reason about Roland New \ork City, who it is times. At the third ring they looked 1' '
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of Main I street and east her and that around. ,,I If I' '
A Singular Phenomenonat father most elaborate it in this way: The Yankees are a alleged heard Pennell threaten to kill k {

,'\eept a few high spots Leland, Ark., is puzzling every arrangements are being made by pushing and aggressive race a people Burdick and of F. H. H. King the They taw the machine in the middle ;t; I ; d .

::1 t the flooded district, and the Turkish officers at Washingtonto accustomed to dominate. If our cashier of the hotel. of the street, about fifty yards W j'f .
one. The news waa brought to the .
-Iii. continues to rise. city yesterday afternoon by11'. make the occasion more notable government cedes a small strip of :Mrs. Burdick stopped at the Hotel behind them. They saw Pennell's h.i !C {. fi

: ", moon the mayor instructy Shields, an engineer on one of the than the launching of the German territory on both banks of the canal Roland during her last visit to New hand coming down from his head as I '.., :1 t. .

> engineer to cut the pro- government boats. lIe said that Emperor's yacht Meteor more thana how long will it be before the Americans York and Pennell visited: her there. : if he had been reaching for his hat, 'Ifj' ,: : .

n the: northern; part of they last night the water up against the year ago when Miss! Roosevelt was will conclude that: they have Both men declined to be interviewed::which they assumed had blown off t. r r \a'":; .j"

/! is thought it will be the levees and dike in the pocket was a the sponsor. pot land enough and determine they before the hearing began today. About the same time they saw the machine 1::;, t'- l'f1 ;

f luting: the water out foot deep and yesterday morning he Only once before has an American will\ absorb a bigger slice? There is The official inquiry into the deathsof start towards the curb. In an !; -1! :+; "

,h Lah' went there ana found the water off woman officiated as sponsor at fear in the minds of many Colombians Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Pennell as instant it had jumped the curb and J. '> ,

wl'h relit boats have and stock on the round from which the launching of a foreign; war&hip. which operates as< an argumentfor scheduled to begin at the close of plunged! into the quarry. They heard .fJ'I' '., ,. t Jtl"

,ig since the rise started, re the water had receded. He further The exception was :Miss Helen Long the defeat of the treaty. the Burdick inquest. Mrs. Pennell scream, but Pennell ut ; : I' ;; '

ihe people! whose houses are said. the water was not trubulent at daughter of the former secretary of "On the other hand, many of our When Judge Murphy took his seaton tered no cry. t. .t .. !!

r. There are a score of resin the end of the dike which but a day the navy, who christened the Japanese : progressive and t-ducated men warm- the bench he said: I ,. At Ii.. ,

ihe city where the water hr fore was washing away most of the cruiser Kasagi.A ly advocate the treaty and they bring "We will close the Burdick case GOOD WATER WANTED J. ,.;tr \ 1t .!. 1

two or three feet above the stone placed there to protect it. special train will bring a large ;' tne most powerful reasons: to support this morning and owing to: the absence FOR THE NAVY YARD. 11. '! !. !V'1 lAn '

: owing to the sudden. rise Further out in the stream the water delegation of prominent government their sue of the controversy. The of some of the witnesses from "' f I ,I

had an opportunity of re- was very rough;: and the current officers from Washington to this best argument advanced is that Colombia the city the Pennell inquest will\ be inaccuracy was inserted unintentionally f :' rt
r household effects. city.! needs the money. Our finances held at a time to be announced later. j '
swift. The change of the current, in the report of the Admiral's f ; '
Tha: First Train same think is due to the break are in deplorable! : condition. One "The witnesses who have been subpoenaed reception on the Kearsargo 4 f t

thorn railroad since the above it on this side while others of the city is submerged. Businessis dollar in gold is worth $.0 or $S0 of in the Pennell inquest are yesterday. It was stated that "good : .' i'

the city today at 12 say that ine ricer there is making a paralyzed and people are moving our depreciated paper currency. The excused until further notice. My state I water In sufficient quantities is need "h' .I i

.prevented; by the channel. *ne phenomenal featuresof. about the streets in the southern $10,000,000\ cash and the $250,000 annual ment in regard to the Berdick will ed.'" That sentence should have read ,1'; < I. J'I

t in? to their depot,I I the mighty stream at this point section in skiffs. The rise in the snbsic y frem the United States case will be handed out here tomorrow "water in sufficient quantity at the ';, ,,. I ,'
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d! on the tracks atton wi. be closely) watched and if the last twenty-four hours is two inches. will go a long way toward relieving morning." I navy yard is needed* since the subject .t ; i. 1

,:..:. an'nue.h're new channel! is formed it will leave The sensational! reports sent out from th. present financial situation. Alexander G. Quinn the bartender was broached and talked of free- l' _)r. I tv ,'0 I
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put off In skiffsthe Greenville on a beautiful lake. here that the city is in danger of destruction "Besides, if once the Americanstake from New York was the first witness. ly by Admiral Wise. In the rush of I ,fiH ". Jo'' r f j
city. The are highly; exaggerated; and hold of this it He said he made the of tT t
acquaintance
The protection levee in the northern enterprise means getting:!; :he matter into type thE puz-: ,f. ,; ;
i .1' ;noon on regular the facts do not warrant any such ill discover that Arthur R. 1'enne1early\ in Decemberlast t .
that capitalists no '
.I .. part of the city was cut at midnight I II ling error vas made. ., ; 4. ,:
;: by order of the mayor. The statement. Rumors of great loss of part of the hemisphere offers better I at the Hotel Roland. Asked to 'I ; ''F I' .
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l I' '. '. north end of 'I )t t
'J the
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life absolutely without foundation relate the conversation he
are orturities than Colombia. We had with
crevasse was made near the Delta opt> ACTORS ARE ARRESTED ; t +< ;Y
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v,-'--.j'pi; Valley are all Oil Works plant and was done witha so far as is known here Re- have rich gold and silver mines and Pennell at that tiMe, Quinn said!: FOR SUNDAY VIOLATION ; : F't I jt j ij+'

'.. fi the; break LeI viewof relieving the situation lief parties with boats have been at our lands are as fertile as any onj I 'Mr. Pennell first asked for a timetable -- > r .. ,
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: .!a-r lower down it within the confines of the town the won rescuing people in the path of earth. Revolutions! that have been I which was given to him. Afterward Chicago March CO.: -A dispatch to h I t -Ij! 1 {I' -1.1'

'i :!.' traffic on the hope being:!; that the cut tins made the flood and the refuges are brought our chief bane in the past will I he metered into conversationwith The Tribune from Council Bluffs la., ; Isays 1. .

,''. hut will let the water now standing! in :ere. I think trouble us no more if the the cashier and myself. Mr. : I I lit ,\.1'i'l f 'ii', ...j._
!I' Compress the the city flow into the bayou. The It was said yesterday afternoonthat Americans come. Pennell had several drinks. He gave A company of fifteen which played tj; ', 1,.. j ,
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'ttccii two and levee at Catfish Point twenty miles the mayor had: instructed the : "The people of Colombia now admit me his card. During the conversation, "The Younger Brother Bank Robbers t j' i., L ,

,\ :r the yard and north of here, which was reported to city engineer to cut the protection that unless! they have a stable I Pennell said: 'You do not know what ," before a crowded house last v"I" 1 ,I
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-.. and a hundred lit/ washing last night; is intact and levee in the northern part: of the government, it is impossible for their is passing through: my mind !Joys. I night, were arrested< at the close of ,4' 'Jj '' ,rt t J l
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n working; there no further trouble is expected[ at that city as it is believed it will be the country to make any progress.: Construction There is one man I could kill now even the performance for violation of the f J11F .. #' y} A :

ti'Moating\ cotton point. means of letting the water out of the canal will make revolutions if I hung for it.: I remarked that Sunday law upon information by the I I 1
r and putting it on.i through 1-ish Lake.! The country beyond impossible. In our last re his man must be out of the state ,' members of the Woman's Christian : ,! i1 'tl! ':

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1 tau electric lighta city and if the levee is cut it will stop November, l(0fMiO peri.-lud from dis-J now. 1 saw Mr. Pennell on the I some time threatened a., crusade 1'L", :! -, .}r.t' .-

serious' incoii- Boil Discovered in the Amelia the rise in Greenville and carry off ca.se. starvaticn and battle.: It was following\ morning when he bade met against;: Sunday theatres. The actors "J I t 4 Jt J

,iN-jplr. tor besides I much of he water now in the city. an awful penalty to pay." good-bye.! were released on bail.h'. t't .r{t .. .j;

1 n has stopped all Levee Below Vida'ia.! I All trains left here yesterday afternoon "Is there anything else you recallof : \ 't. ';:1'' '1; ;

i.lat-uincry i ia run Natchez Miss., March Srt.:' -The report -: promptly on schedue time. The the conversation between you and FLORIDA NEGRO EXCITED l tl;' ;

!'- that the Arnolia Levee two I:shutdown of the electric light plant GULF COASTIUMBERMEN'S Pennell and the cashier?" OVER HANNA PENSION BILL J.. #1f'f' 't;
'. newspapers have miles below Vidalia. the parish site is a serious inconvenience to the "Nothing except matters of ordinary t' 1t iJ 1

i-MH: : papers on their of Concordia Parish: Louisiana, was i I people, and lanterns in skiffs may be conversation." Jacksonville, Pla., March :30.: -Negroes ,4j. \ !: J JI

the I Daily Democrat boiling and in imminent danger of I seen throughout the town at night. F- G. H. King, former cashier of I here are excited over the arrival ,"tr ','f I' Nt i'l h' Ii N t

,':'itiim: Saturday in a breaking attracted hundreds of sightseers 'j ne flood situation outside of the Hotel Roland, who was present here: of Callie D. (House a colored .,i." ., 1t' 'f: 1.':'t j j;

"n a large jib press. from Natchez. The water was Greenville remains practically un- ASSOCIATION during the conversation related: by woman from Washington: D. C., : t A

1 I. Company expects siping through the boil and fifty changed.! : The waters have cohered Quinn was the next witness. Detail- who comes here to lecture on the bill : : i l.%'J. f, ': l

.Ii operation by tonior- men were put to work to save the thousands of acres of the finest delta ing this (conversation King said: recently introduced by Hanna to pension :'. f .f "In :1 ;

'._ !letter, and from this levee. President J. 11. Fagan of the farms and is sweeping south to "Pennell discussed a picture that ex-slaves. Her coming has been '-(',- t 1i:. t .

will be no further Police Jury, has charge/ of the working Vicksburg. the loss will be heavy, ARE SUMMONED TO MEET IN was hanging on the wall of the room widely advertised and negroes are ,a.< ; t tI \1 "

I' ti(PITS.tuiMt'st. force and is confident that the but it is impossible to give anythinglike NEW ORLEANS APRIL 2 TO :and after having a few drinks he very much interested 'n the subject. ;- 'i :

places in the prompt precaution taken will hold the a correct estimate of tae dam- said: 'Th*>re Is one man I could! kill A monster meeting has been an4.J1 j''J rI I ,

iTt-\as.se occurred have levee. age wrought by toe flood. CONSIDER MATTER. although I might: swing for it.1 ranged for this evening and negroes! 'r J' 1 ';

-'Iph: and telephone of- The officials of the Natchez Red I "After having another drink, I proposed will be there by thousands. The more iH, ,WH:: :ft : s

', hah'll open day River and! Texas railroad, running VICKSBURG SITUATION a toast which was responded to intelligent of negro leaders say it is

; \\1! increased force to from Jouesville to Vidalia have: given Mobile Ala., March :CO.; -The secretary by Mr. Pennell. I think he said! only one of Hanna's political moves. $ i. I ,

: "' in- of the people. notice of a discontinuance of train Shows No Change-Troubles of the of the Gulf Coast Lumber. 'Here's to death. At the same time he i ; r ,

h: ,1 1 flood situation out. I. service on their road. The officesat Railroads. men's Association has been instructedto said he was having the greatest time WILL LAUNCH -.I ; -
THE NEW BATTLESHIP. r'i
: < 'v i iset hard to ar- Vidalia outside the levee are under Vicksburg :Miss.: March :20.: -Superintendent call a meeting of all the sawmillmen !. of his life although it was at the 4L a
\ i d\r<: yesterday and last water. A message from Clayton in and expense of another." .4
C. N Bell, of the South- Alabama Mississippi The Atlanta Journal of )yesterday C i +
',it- have been sent out Station La. ; the informationthat After King had identified a pictureof .rr
:. conveys ern division of the Yazoo and Mississippi West Florida to meeet at the St. has the following: V'k4"ft [ y
'" by the president of the Tensas river is rising very Valley railroad said yesterday Charles hotel in New Orleans at 2 Penned Judge Murphy announced' "The battleship Georgia will probably .

>.rd to the flooded dis- rapiuiy and the back levee is underwater afternoon that today he will attempt o'clock on April 2 to oppose the proposed the Bur ick inquest closed.As be launched next March. Gbv- + f vl art s 4'' +
"' ;:u. -iill there at work will the Burdick is closed the t
that inquest
: 1 he canal at place to run a special accommodationtrain advance of 2 cents per 100 ernor J. M. Terrell has received_ a letter !
: 1 lnor unfortunates to be closed today. pounds by railroad on yellow pine to official' inquiry into the death of Pen .
r from here to Redwood! and return from E. W. Hyde president of the
p'aeo: Judge Thomas Reber superintendent to accommodate the people and Ohio and Mississippi! river points. nell will now begin. Bath Iron Works where the ship is J-
,' of lee water four miles of the three local packet companies They claim that the advance in Several attorneys, representing accident
.( S carry the mail. Mr. Bell Is working being built stating that it is very
IK i n swift, and J. Silverv"i that the three white \ insurance! companies in which
is and
says rates only against yellow pine
like a beaver and he deserves the probable the ship will be ready for 34 M
: : Montgomery, who were men saved from drowning by the praise pf everyone for his untiring does not affect hardwood or white Pennell was insured will be present.It launching in 1904."t a{

'4':" l" '' r. >ciiing the people off the steamer St. Josepn were rescued by efforts to keep the Valley road run- pine or spruce and gives the white is known that some of them are In- Governor Terrell accompanied by { / ;tl

.. i ,mal, tm about four miles George Washington and Jessie Mason ning. and spruce an unfair advantage in clined to contest the payment of policies his staff and several prominent Georgians j ,

f. .' :",<' city: while trying to two negro; men working on the The flood situation in this sectionis rates into the Mississippi valley. on Pennell's life. will attend the launching. The '
.' '..'-' night with two old col- Pennell carried in accident
lives to $35,000
e/, ; boat and who risked their unchanged.The sponsor for the occasion has not yet ; o ,
,,:! ''" 'i'1: in the boat were cap- effect the resue. The three men river here has again come to CIVIL SERVICE insurance none of which has been been named, and no action will betaken 4L' } '
at.'i 1 lame near drowning the washed out the Bougere paid. Besides that his life was in '
r'. were not by a stand after dropping two-tenths EXAMINATION.The in this matter until Governor J ; ( :
"Nr'y It was only by holding but were thrown into the sured for 215000. The policies with I
t crevasse I yesterday. The gauge last night registered Terrell Is formally notified that the
;k' 's" l at and drifting out that river nom their skiff which was local board of Civil Service examiners one exception were taken out four or "
51.6. ship is ready to ride upon the waves. ,
-'yI r. >a\\l. overturned by the swift current, carrying : announce that on May 6 an five years ago. The suicide clause

So,EO ..f the: relief party say that their boat against the trees. & Rader wish to examination will be held In the Unitel: gives oreear from the date of is Burnett Vanilla Extract has outlived + e
f Goodman
f" Friday, many of the negroes Gray, States court room for the positions of sue as the term during which the Insurance criticism. It ia the finest and purest t
; to the public that their big
"" V"r. Ion the top of houses wait- -GREENVILLE IN NO DANGER. announce of Fine Millinery will clerk and carrier in the post office. if death was by suicide vanilla extract that can be bought a v !fS

J'f' l'.a's to vet out. and dur- spring opening Application for necessary blanks would not be payable. Of the $185- Once tried, always used. 7
Ing.!:.! tame they have not had a Though the Flood Water Nearly, take place Tuesday and Wednesday should be made to Secretary W. H. 000 insurance which is incontestable .' 1 t t
I ttt 1st MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES $
: March 31st and April
Tl i a'. The places where the Covers the Whole Town. McDavid at the local post office. four policies amounting to $30,000 insurance t
t FROM $1.50 TO $ 2.50. SIXTY '
J % .1'.1'I'n\ at work are Mont- Greenville Jiiss. :March 30.-The have been paid.
"'. Malta-Vita, Shreaded Wheat Biscuits DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAMINATED -
\\'.>r'hams and Siler's and back water from the Lagrange crevasse at Sol Hudgins has a new label for the Burden With the Companies.Only .
z" ;' and Force with Cream FELT MATTRESSES. TRY! $
'" the same state of affairs is slowly rising and nearly all oman'c. best 5 cent cigar on the market ... two persons saw Pennell's, au- ONE. MARSTON & QUINA. i

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THE DAILY NEW81 PEN8ACOLA, FLIDRIDA.'TUEBDAY. MARCH 811eDS.


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5. ROBBED A TOLD STORY ,


:, 1 OF AN ASSAULT

BLUEJACKETTHREE
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NEGRO WOMAN AND WITNESS

1AA NEGROES BOUND OVER i ,'
SAID POLICE OFFICER WAS "

1 TO COUNTY COURT THIS MOR BRUTAL IN MAKING AN ARREST for Infants and Children.


4 NING ON THAT CHARGE.A Castorla I i1* a-hannK! s substkuto for Cantor Oil, pir.

ftiid Soothtu. It is ..
1 goric, Drops Syrupg. 1'ica aut. It
contacts neither Opiunt 'brorphiue nor other 'xarl'ntic

highly interesting case in the l:ubstau('('_ Jt d".tro'ormg: and Allays l\'H'ri..hul',,,
Olivia Morgan and Eliza Johnson, It cotes 1llarrlura ald "'ind Coli(. It relil" t.. 'fl'l'th
mayor's court this morning was that nesroes, tried every way In the worldto ing TrouLc<; nod cures Constipation. It rl'-ul.ttt... the
.. wherein (,lara Blf.ndin, "C:>OI.ey" Butler Stomach and Uowcls: gi vinff Loalthy and natural lcl11..
Jones believe
have Mayor a storyof
The Children's J'au cea-The Mother's
and Duller Beard were defendants Trieud.
I
brutality on the part of Officer

against charges of being dangerous Bolline this morniug, bat His Honor : The Kind You Have Always Bought
and suspicious characters.: They were
clear to be fooled
i has too a perception
bound over to the criminal court and > Bears the Signature of
i.r.av by untruthful witnesses. Olivia Morgan
when the had entered this conclusion -
major
I was fined $5 for cursing one Dell
on the docket, the Butler woman
I Clark and Eliza Johnson was given a
became hysterical and her
I chance to behave herself in the fu
screams could have been heard for
ture. She was up for interfering with
blocks. The other alleged partnersin .
an officer and in her case sentence I
crime shed some crocodile tears as was suspended. In Use For Over 30 Years.
constable escorted them to the
: the .,., .,.
; Dell Clark is a white woman. She ter eunu" towr.er .u"" "rn e.w ee rm.tit
county jail to await a preliminary
was also arrested charged with as-
11 ---- ---- --
hearics.
hl sauting Olivia Morgan with a broom
The bluejacket's rame is iiarri?on.

It \\3s last Friday night that he entered handle but was discharged. \ ; W. B. W IG T GOmPR
i i. Early yesterday the :Morgan; defendant -
/ a harK ami was driven to a l ,
went to Bell Clark's house and. \ r
"' I house conducted by the Dlandm wo \ \ MANUFACTURERS AXD
; Et DEALERS
Is
/ cursed her out because payment forlaundry
J
\ man. He testified to having had over ,
work rdt ed. Eolline
was
: $j'J in his clothes when he arrived atl ._ f. LUMBER LATHS
I II
started to arrest her but she ran off. ,
j -/b the Louse but he believes he was given ,
I I Thirty minutes later she returned
some "knockout" drops for when with her mother, the other defendant, IfL ; '} \ smn; ) CYPRESS SHINGLEHltePENPACOLA. > : !w!
the
r he came to his senses negro I Jl
I am the same officer arrested her after
Miss Alice Bailey of Atlanta Ga. Brar-1 was standing over him and -.- -=- FLA
I 'being! assaulted!: by the older defendant
if he was searching for
feeling as --- ---- --
tells how she who struck him in the face for na
was permanently cured of ( money. When Beard saw that Han
other reason than that he had the girl
rison was awake he ran out of the COAL AND weOD.WE
inflnmmation of the ovaries, and escapedthe :| house. Harrison followed and with under arrest.! Other negroes, who .

volunteered as witnvshes, came near
surgeon's knife by the of /thr- assistance of Policeman Jones EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L? pvOER TRADE
use 1/ being arrested for their conduct about
and others caitaht Board when emerging
the Lox.County. THIS WINTER THAN EVEK fEFCRE
Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. from a house in which he had charges and charges before

The universal indications of the approach woman's (Treat enemy,inflammation hidden himself. the police board are said to be in SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW
and disease of the ovaries, are a dull throbbing pain, accompanied by Stories told by the defendants today store for Eolline, but that officer was
i} s sense of tenderness and heat low down in the side, with occasional and those related to offlccrs at the Thompson Olsen :: C
only discharging his duty as the may :
hooting pains. On examination it may be found that the region of pain will time of their arrest didn't coincide at .
how some swelling. This is the first stage of inflammation of the ovaries. or's judgment in the case demon
UEAR DI ) all, and as each of them gave testimony Manresa Street Tele hone 1.47.
>ts. IxKn.UI-I dish; to express my jrratittule for the strates. __ -- f- ..
shift the ----
restored health and happiness J.'dill'jnliluuu':; Yrgvtable Com they attempted to a

pound has brought into my life. Rime from themselvesith! the final ESTABLISHED 1862.

"I had suffered for three years with terrible i ains at the time off re?alt that convicting evidence was What's in a Name

menstruation, and did not know what the trouble was until the doctor obtained against throe. It seems as Everything Is In the name when It McKENZIE OBRTING & CO
pronounced it inflammation of tin ovaries, and seil ,
i>rox> an operation. if there is no way of any of them comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C.
"I felt so weak and sick that I felt sure that I ('I'llhluot survi\e the o -DIALIB8IHShip 0
getting out of this trouble DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, discovered,
i ordeal and so I told him that I would nut undersoil. The following
a: I week I read an advertisement in the paper of your Vegetable Compound Harrison identified several of his some years ago, how to make a salve > Gbandlery and General> apdware

t in such an emergency, and so I decided to try it. Great vas my joy to articles which Deputy Marshal Sanders from Witch Hazel that is a specificfor ,

find that I actually improved after taking two IxittU-s, so I kept taking and Special Officer Ray foundi Piles. For blind, bleedIng Itching fits AND 805 fl.: P.U.U'OX 8rlo:..:r.

it for ten weeks, and at the end of that time I was cured. I had gauit-d when: they searched the house. When and protruding Piles, eczema, -

eighteen pounds and was in excellent health and am now. of the women was arrested she I bruises and all skin diseases .A.GrENOT
cuts, burns,
"You surely deserve great and haw i lone !. REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S HONb CO.!
MK-ce.v,
best
wishes."-Miss .\LICF.Ii.tILE1dU, (,1'thlwHllt'1'al'rl.itllIaaGa you my very. I denied haying had mote than fifteen DeWitt's Salve has no equal. GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RUHHEL: 4; HON'B: PCJIPb.

Anothcr woman sated from a surgical: operation liy Lydia I:. I cents, but later the take officers were banknote surprised '| This has given rise to numerous I turn J Sf crji Piltti, 8li! la tleal! loslusients, 5>iri, Iftkirs, HiiitCOMPA
her $5
to a
Plnkhaiu'd Vegetable I ; sr'e worthless counterfeits. Ask for De-
Compound Ic'ul" hilt she
sir'sLL11 :- i
8F.S. L.oo KTO
.. from her mouth. } Wltt's-the genuine. Hargis Pharmacy
}h\1t )Inz. TINKIIAM I cannot thank C. McKenile
Oertinjf Collecting Agent for Rat Pilots' Uenevole A'"raciatlon.
tt' t you enough for what your Vegetable Compound I I John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. .

!p i has done for nie. If it had not been for : -v---,- -,' .. '-, .- n I Ito i i --
't r your nicduino, I think I would have died.UI r- 'di ) I
, 1 will tell you how suffeu-d. I could I r ={GOLA= THE GARDEN SECTION

p .* hardly walk, was unable to i-leep or eat. :M: n- i JEWS HOTES; I
i struatiou was irregular. At ]last 1 Lad to : Grist and Corn ftealJS. 1 flills I o-O3P-o

stay in my K'd, and flowed! so ladlj', that :
, they !sent for a doctor who paid I had inflammation I t"L"""' . / F. GONZALEZ & GO., Prop, 3erLsaoola Florida

I P of 0.> otaric.and HUM: go I. T. Gaftord. of Fairfipld. Ala., is''' Mannfactcreri ...... -
through an ovr.iiinn.as ]iiifduii.e' could}help | on:>1Ct: MKAb.\ rtiltrGitohrl Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
timber
.
me, but I could nut do that. here t:>I\O\\ ) He ib p. prominent :

.h -1 I icct-ht d a little 1 1k of yours, I merchart. :i iI STOCK FEKD.Patroclie .

and after nading: it. I unbilled' to try I ; *. reaucu Home you fibould Industry buy your, tor Me there! ".1'liver Beautiful Lots for Sale.
n. l'' J.}dia I:. IMnUiam'.N Veju'Hlile: I Clyde 1:. Cv.ir.s. n meat 1-ouse rei"- I I'I Stock Food from the Horn MaaatRotnrer
.
'resnntatire from Kansas City. Mo.. !..; > for by 80 doing you enconra t> home indot
,1 i'omi>oiiii :;, i I I'hallllraisl' your ml'didllf' 'I ,.t the Merchants. He arrived lasti i end yon In tarn are Indirectly hBLefltHd to location and surroundings.
; g Afl long aI; live, and al jontrlbnte to the oases Of labor. YOD ow'Lt -
Was.: -.Mns.(! MI\MK Orrosnv, litho, I?-.v.i. to tbecommnnlty which you live ant
Good View
Exceptionally Neighborhood Beautiful
<,' : :. All sick women Mould bo MIM> if the}' Mould take Lydia E. P. Cooper and wife of Shelby- 1 wiilob\ eontrltawetnmarrcD4ort. ,

PinkhUII'.;,.'tl!It. Compound; curl !lit' \\v\L yml, Tenn., who have "IK en spending: ] I High, Dry Fertile Lands.

a few days at PeFanlak Springs, re'l
The Beer The grandest for investment
ever
turned last night and will be here fora opportunity

6 J B A RG AIN S@e- few days. i I offered in Pensacola.

, That Made
I
The Ladies 15tne\ole-nt: Siwitty, of Home Seekers Should See These Lots.


.. 'aR- lar Temple monthly Bfth-Kl.mvetins will:; hold tomorruw their afternoon rogu D H B Ii! tR r AM U' V.ClubbsCfJrnpr

at 4 o'clock, at the Temple. A ..
SATURDAY, MARCH 21!, TO MARCH 27, 1903. full attendance is desired.
Garden and BrIG Streets.
-11'VICTORIA-
The Seamen's Friend Society will:
Remember these goods at the prices quoted
hold the regular meeting in the Beihel N'.0, BRENT, WM. II KNOWLKH. W. K. HYKK. JK., J. H, KKKHEPretldent. !:.

\o.. 71S. South Palifox street, on Vloe-Preeldant, CM&ler. Ail't Cktblir:
below have to be seen to be appreciated.
\1'Mlnes.iprll! : 2nd, at lo' o'clccfe'j,
.-- -. I fADE BY ACME BREWING CO
x H C. CUSHMAX, Sec.
i ) ladies' Full Bleached Vests, the I40 I I10c. in all Wool, Extra fine Twill a. m. RKST lo-cf: r noiri'tj BERKIN First National Bank{

grade .. ....... ... ... .... 5cladies' I Serge, 75c value at _..._.. 49e yd Dr. );. P. Rose, who rPCrntlr I riovl
Full Bleache Vests, the 100 Ladies Grey Walking Skirts I ed frori Pensacola to Val.losta, Gis :\., I I TOWN.DANNHEISSER.
I'
15e. grade, at..8 1-3c good value at $1.50, our price 98c a west! : at Merchants: hotel to- BROBAGENTS 07
PENSACOLA.
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Ladies' Short Waist Corsets, It t ISO Ladies' All Wool Grey Walking day. He is a prominent naval stores |

White, only.... .. ... .. ... 24c I Skirts, Latest style at........ 24c man. Friends in this city were fcap-1! FOR THE CELEBRATED DXI'-ECTOR.OI

200 yards Embroideries, Edges 50 Ladies' All Wool Etamine Walk py to meet him today. I I I. W. HarDer f My.Maia 7VM. H, KMOV/LK3, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BP.EN1. N. K HYKK

and Insertions. Big value yard 5c ing Skirts colors grey and tan, D. (3. BRENT,
W H. Price ar.d nice :
Men's, Ladies' and Children'sfast priced at ..... ,.. .... ... ... $4.49 o lfarl'tnnaiarrived |

black and tan hose, worth Ladies White Lawn Shirt Waists, .ast nint and see ple'1nntly I Hoa;, 101 ti. Palafox r W.W
located the Iercqants.Ir.: Price ;e- street k 1! D imt! .
at BZw ;
15c, cut to, pair........ ... 8 1.3c embroidered front. Latest out is one of :hv best 1.1"'prs in .Tack- I Ft. R. Etching*Opp. Uni>n Depot iM ) m tAt ld *

10 doz Gent's Night Shirts Big at. .. . .. ...49c, 74c and 99c I
I P. O. Box l!-1. Pen and his I.>gal practice extends ,
value at........ ... ... ., .. 49c ,,10 doz Boy's Laundried Colored I son CDiiuty
10 doz. Ladies'Tab Collars,the 10c I I i Shirts ai. .... ... .,..... ... ., 25c over a wide area. !IIr. Phnues 116 :::S. l-We Irair oar ot:n Bllla of Exchanpre on Great Britain Ir ja.L'

kind, at............ ....._... 5c 10 doz Gent's Pat. Elastic Seam I :) Joel Wells county judcre of t Germany, France, Aastrii, Italy, Holland, Hpain, Belgium Jiuafcla, .'

10 doz ladies'Aplique Tab Collars, I i Drawers at ., ... ... .. .,. 39c Washington county, was in the city BUY THEN way, Hirelen, Denmark r.nd other European countries,

r 25c goods, at........... ... 10c 50 doz Gent's Lace Stripe BalbrigI I yesterday on business connected with C7"Veascla Dlabarsod upon the Moat Favorable Terms! acd ahl

+. Gent's and Ladies' Hemstitched I I Shirts and Drawyers. Big his office and paid this office a pi,'as- Oblige tloni Taken Payable at Port of oatirakion Ten or FifUec L'sl

A, 1 Handkerchiefs, at......... 8 1.3c value at 75c suit, our price .49c ant isit. )Ir. Wells reports srro'vth !I [ after Vessel Attires there

eic 1 22x54 inch Extra Heavy Cotton i I Gent's Extra Heavy Blue Overallsand in and droned Yernon, the county site .r.s-Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection

' I Towels, at ... ........... 8 1-3c Jumpers with or withoutI that Chipley is taking on city airs ..with which we hare a PriTa partment for the Hi

Ladies' Girdle Summer Corsets, I Aprons at. .. .. .. .... ....98c suit I with wat.rorks etc., and in fact the SEWING MACHINE !, of Renten.

at ...... ..... ...... ... ...... 49c ;((401 none Better Extra Heavy Blue I whole county is showing evi'ience of -
>See our line of White Mercerized Overalls and Jumpers, union pmsperit.r. Mr. Wells is one of the Do not toe dw-iwl l>v thoae who fI(}. '
,('rli-e a faO.t r-ew; Machine for DR. KIND'STRY
: ng PROFESSIONAL CASDS.!
out at made, warranted fast colors '
Waisting nothing newer successful rUling attorneys of his f 11 i.oo. Thiskindotru11.9chinecan I

.. ......... ..... ..?15 a.nd 25c yd and not to rip at.. .. ...$1.98 suit COUnl)'. i iC.3.STOrL1.L i l>n U>uirht from mnranv of our NEW DISCOVERY ,

10 pcs Mercerized Madras Ging Ladies 4 Strap patent Colt's SKin deultr* from f l 5.fxlto f 13.00. il W. C. ROWE, M./ D.

hams at.............,.19c. the yd Sandals, the latest creation and WC MAKC A VARIETY. FOR THAT COLD.
100 pieces figured Lawns and DimIties the same you pay 225. Our r3art rye :3T' $3 1 THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Office: 17* 8. I'aUfui. '
I .. I i Horn from IJ to 8 *J and 1 to I p. *
: & m
( new patterns at..5c the yd price ............... ... .... $1.49 8Iptue ae; : The Feed determine* the strength or !1 I Cures Consumption.Coughs ]
tI : u.( w(':ikm"'- of Svw inir Mwhinea. The i iI and.fter o'clock
25 pieces Madras Ginghams, new Ladies' Oxfords Sandals and Colonials ,I i I Colds Bronchiti0 Asthma
,
Double Fee Otlll'fI
stripes and checks at. ........ 9c in all the latest shapes, c ci-fiihiii with Phono OO.
1nlaL nome'the PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-
etmnglMint ("< the -Nt-w
40 in all Wool Cheviot Serge 75c I plain and patent tips at lit fcfvwiug Mturhine to lou)". j i i! risy -

grade at..,.. ....,..,.,.., 49c yd ....75c 99c $1.25 and $1.50 the pair CASTOR 1 Fht'It'lng th dir.f. LaGrippc, Hoarseness. !i JOHN S. BEARD,

For Intant *od Children Write for CIRCULARo\ !": mot WI.17..trio.!..u'ln"Iwe :. of Sore Throat, Croup and ;i!


Bemm\, >J tie Plac?, !i fbs Kind Yco f iiavB Always BoCnt manufrcturrml--Drl--.a LcuCC1.urCL.4s.og-- Whoopfrej NO CURE.I Cowl Leo! PAY. I l! Office ATTORNEY-AT-LAT.*-309 Tbiesea Baildit. .

F.E. BRAWNER THE NEW HOME SEWWC; MACHINE? CO. <; Prico5nnrt1 TTL
tar &tf& ORNCt, "ISS. I n .ITI. --- -- KITTIES- TREE i,: Office Hoars-8:30 a. m. to 1 p. a

agr tara E. ::Sl'nion'q.X.Y..L1Ika".1\I: ur '.(:.a"FL Cleaning ladies rkirw and wafate'id 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. m
io5 S. wu ,}lo.,fula.T"Lm: I .. !
Palafox ruMV Cil
0
St. lIne of 0':[ specialties! drat Lann- .I I PfMtieeln!l itate and tnderol erect
I FOR SALE CY I Ij Ih. Ii I dJp All buatoul entrustMl to me tellrrceae
i"yntlEabm j
i prompt sad dilige atttDUun

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THE DAILY NEWIIi 'PIN8ACOLA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, MARCH 11.1808. 1e 1

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.".5.(;J' .... ._v,J.::...J.ft{ 1r.... ,: .: 1 :::0".,..: '.. 1'T\4: ---.i. :" ;;.._ !.i1''.'.;(..c r, 'f West's Minstrels.West's Mr. Dark :]. Ryan, Who Lives the Strenuous Life, Says t .i'O.

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ii' '...... .. ; '"'(;_' ';''''- '''-'-' '' '" ; Minstrels an aggregation of I Fuis JLt* and Sustains ... kHz
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,r'0. Duffy's WhiikrStrengthens:
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I. t .. J. !>".-.p. ;.., '- : < ....;.j; :-..--. : ? ., makers who: have never been In s
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1'.0 f'J ; : r .i _'! .... ; this place before amused a large aa- System, and! Invigorates! and Rests His Brain. ft4 I ;

Hi .<- .. .. 'u.oi-i: It. dience at the A'I
_..'. .... _.....: "" .h theatre last evening.
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I ...: ..i great < cal of
I ," ..- "' :: : o' : } very good singing dancing !

!Hv' .', D-caty: formed and gently reared, women will find.! :! r:. .!:< .,.:.._ ... ....!...c..'.: k"il:i and feats of daring on the bycicle H -
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| ;-. ail :hs Bacons of their! live:: ,as maidenswivescr: ( )--1'\" '! "" { ... given IIvif
.' moth- J'. I l \\ _/ :;; f to:.' were and the mastery of the
-. -rnt: t::; ens slrr.pV, wholesome: "'io/: ... .'
which wheel
remedy acts 4''i / : by the Zarrow Trio, was said

.-.t: / and pleasantly! and naturally: and which may b3 r 4 ( 'lwI': : .i':'1Ii 1\: to hart been the best that has been \

.. -::.;'1 truly beneficial i effects undir ... ":. ta........ '
... any conditions.: .' \. ::;. 't-\ seen at the Pens ola play house. A t
... th.ptem neds laxative ,\ \'
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a is-yna. 0 fFi Igs. It .A .. 1\. : big feature of this troupe is the different
.. :.lknJwnt i bs :. .. av :t
sv
t. ; ) a
si.npie combination cf the laxative ; 4
: .- i.fi ,l \ .\ : 1 arrangement of the familiar "first
.j cair.i.iative III
f' : : principles! of plants Witht pleasant, arar i f'l, : f1.QUlJS. f\\\ part," which up on the rise of the cur \ I
-...- which : 'K ;
ara agrseaKs: refreshing to the3 : ; '' .1 tain .
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f : ; : \ .I 1 was seen to be quite different
and: acceptable to the ? .::. :t''' .- t\ _'
I system when l its gentle : .. t J than any other show of similar {
: na
t -:. :.---'Y":. I.. desired. \1I:"\:":..'.. >",.'....:'i.'s,,: ,. ,..:.1..,.\.,,.. r\ ; ,,J. ;.:.':.V\:!. \I Some G I I I.1rY'
.. \ ttL. -:"" t. ..\'i!" -" ture. very good singing was *
c i. ; : .1...:j !ills from which wen: suffer are of a tran- ::::.\.':>'' ;'\....ti:"::+J '. ''f:;?E I \ \rd .;..,.:'_';,.. : heard.
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.i. : da r.;t csme f from any organic trouble \1: .': I v i 1 :' .

f. : --. t j ; .: .rtto know: t they yi ::ld so promptly to .I'n",inr.'.';. :- ,, ; Y.i..i M11: i:}::.'Yi'. Mr. Otis B. Thayer in "Sweet Clover."

tha fcir.sfiil: (; : effects cf 'v'-\1: :' .f"!" : :
; Syrup of but when : '
Figs: : ,
anythingn i -\1f'" ;,:::. ... \ .1'-7 : I \\.i:}: I The above named artist will be seen
; ra than: a laxative is needed it is best to consult tha! .J.-- '::-i.' : 1j f ..;, ; '
'\ .. ... : ; '." '.'.'.'..' ..:. ;;. : in the beautiful play mentioned in
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; frficiaa avi9 t.. o'd t.r ie cat'lartics' and! : \. ; ": :. :.. .\...:.
J. ";:;; '' ':'\-.H f..>. ..,-.r. :.' this city this evening. Mr. Thayer
u.y: ..; :tisad nostrums cf tle :>::: '-': ::: :( .. r
"' : revert d 2Y. When .'. ;!. z.'c. .... :. /: : :><-
: -J : t.1.p : '. .. claims to be in "Sweet Clover" in 1tj1'j"u.l
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..; r...-.:s coo.y' ,0) L.nve the stra'n, tie toroor: the cos-:: r".. ., ..1..:... ,\'.'';...t-i',. ::1j: .,: (-t : +
: y.. '> + J" : f? more ways than the one suggested. ; ; :iI1Y' ,
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1 'H')n, Cor sm.br! ; ills WfilCh i \: a: : .; .
atlenj upon: a cow.In.ed: 1':. .(. A "'" .
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.. :;, ; : S-\'f.i .J. :- .Y< .:. : lie is in "Sweet Clover" this season
.'...-.1.h- cf file Sy..v.:1,age; the anJ rm:dytue :.,\\.:l'.=: : .' ;$-d :r.:> iI.o'1
r .. gn.a _,,, ........ ,. \ ".. .'...y. _. more than ever because the theatre- j
D) of f Fs--ard! e"rY frim fm be C'.ssia; : t.J I. to. ". .,..__" ;.... "" .'... '...""", <..' j.i
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:_ ; : : :' .. '1' goers of the better class, wherever he
c 1: 5 a.pl.J.: .. coJd3 c.a :hezacies: : WhlC:1..r.. d'1e:: tji : <, 'lJl'.T: : .. ;. ;.:; :. ; :.iU
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l -. ".(' tlbjiIs : .: ;;'o\: ..1"i: : : ,...::-: .:! :::.:;:;" has appeared with His popular play
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::1.: t13C! : who j. buy the genuine : of FI \" :: >::.:* ;, :;.;.:::: ...... -'..-.;. '7.\t......!\ and clever company have demon Vii'I
Sire' s car: hjp
? ; ; \t': : ctletciaj i: : :\ ?:" ';":';:::-r'j; :H strated by their increased attendanceand
1.< 1.5 o.: ; eff(fees a-d :43 a g-l rant+a of tai: elI \:lf ;;1't.'ttr ,r:;/ :' :' :'. '. \ill it!
J ... warm approval of his work that
'. .,.- cf f t.e remedy vie full n..e cf tae ::: as7 '\ :-.f- ....f.:.,.
co".any,1' .. .
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C .IAlla F'6 SYta. CJ.-S! pr.ntd tha front of ? <: -
r ., on e\ rylr ,,., .; \\. +.., .ft.J \\- :.; _:;.: ::v '''::'zi''i. ::'ii esteem and admiration of the pub
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: iL" M1 v/i'hott it anY Prap2.r"ion offered as -:.'{ra ) : \ttl! \ : ;..."'f: .:.. "
; :.t':7.\-r-: 4 f :4\ ...... ,. t lic. lie also feels that he is still in I it llZr. It
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frlUdul a ,
and .
.c r.5 s IS : -:1t should b dechned. To those .
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.. : :: .J. ;, more "Sweet Clover" because he has
""J" kw w 1..1 q'.1a..ty c. ta s e..v"L..nt laxative the"';".; _oo.r'"r. .<: I.t; : -.".. ., .....::::> )! I
..t. ;:.. .. \ ,:.t ::"}. :fv-,,,r,, -,:,,,,' with him. as the leading member of PASTEL P.. RYAN,
', 5.r d any sub:;titute: when SyrJp of Figs Is Called ,: ; "' ::' (H 1 11.! .\)."'''' 7.' Poan, W1033 homo is tt Hnx-kton, >ta< "Before I .r
..'....... ..... ..f.. his company, and the interpreter of s. says : used Duffy'g Pure
IJ!. 13 :always resent; d by transfer c f.: '. \ it .f'-" -lilt 1bbhirtey I vas eomplt tely run down from overwork. I cupid not sicep and I was i '
f !i. .Dt: ;rit ;; ,::' meek.
fjr.t-chss a tlerrolis sarn es yan using DutrF's, I uI-o tI4it tl'hikr I enjoyed J
; Jre.tful
SJII e : dtg Stl hhm.nt where e.
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they t.\t. :
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r::;: '.:;;;1': .. 'f.ft"! ""'r ; "Lois," the very handsome and accomplished deep. It has cared rue of my nt rvunmecs: an.! I uo u 't have that tireriout feel- lr
r?. n.t r recommend nor sell false brands, nor imitation'::.".' \ :;;.:.;.?, 'f..JI'I.. ;.' 4 / in?. It hat tonw up my crstcm oi4 I an:cow fueling letter tliua I ever did in my life, ''f t
:, .. reme11es. The article! be !' }>. ?.. :; y :r.' on'_: ." daughter of the South thanks to your great medicine."
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f' genuine may bought of all'. .., "
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; \ t\ : # s j11. .J./r i
Miss Estelle Carter. This talenteu r .J
i It; ? I'\bl.\' druggists everyvhsre .t SO cants: p" battle ;; "j; ." l'.f; !t.\('.. ,a', l/ { '

.. ,). >::',' ': l: .f..f ; .j lady during her short career upon []!JrfV'S P RE rllAl\3JtnsKEY :.. !

j.i' .......:..:. I: =" "" ( ...t J:::;:;i J. . the stage, has been fortunate in having

.,';.::- >t ......I.t" : ..tf'.,$. ,,, ,_. ,,',;,)!-:";;:,.ff.. : : '._ had the opportunity to appear be- ;s an absolutely pure, grrotlo and Invigorating jtimular.t and tonic, lends op the nerve 4

'W-J"" @ .... ...'I.,1.. ..,.{:<<:. ."' J-\/<. :.:..;...4. .., .'..-" fore so many of her friends and admirers tisjii?a' tones up the hurt, gives power to tie .rata strength err' elasticity to the miucle* 4' ;t,
\\; ; : .u and ri'-hne+s to the Mood. It trinpsinto action t.l the vital forws it mates digestion p ':4'

J1" Alf9RMI ._ { : :; :>. in the South and in so shorta wrfeet, an I enables you to get; fruit the fowl you eat the couri-bnicnt it contain :.- I
". .:.:. .. "'.. ... .. It 33 lave luntilo for overworked men, (Mj'ato'onu.n arnl gioUy rliUJren. It strengthen!
,. .... .'.". ,,) ......... ,,.:.> ) ': time. This has, no doubt, been one I
"'\l ..../ .. ...:. ..:.:.;.' ..'. .;,-... ...'. :::.:..:,..t." :J and sustnics the system, is a proeotor of good health and longevity, uuJ.es: tiio cU j'oung ( 1- tX.
' '' '" .. : ,
, I "';\ ;: ..ifJ' '\..: .." IU. ./.... ef the chief encouragements she has and nt |ie ihs :young strong; .
) :m "
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-"'' d';........... .. ......_. ...,.u.000." ...,,..:...-.. received, and as the lady herself I'illr'iil'nro ijialt Wiiikey cures coughs: colls, cnnMmrtion, grip, bronchitis. jwnwnift 'i "f 1
"'\'r : -.'- .":_:.s:' .... .. .'_.... ... ..... f ..../. .i ant all die'a" is of the throat and lan..s. It contains 113 f;wl oil and is the only :r ::1
I .. : j..k't "'\ "" : -::;::;:" _- ....,. has stimulated her to 1 ,
;l. states put whiskey the medidce. 1 his is '
ft
recognized a
-.v government as a guaraLtce.
,
: _;"r. .__ ; ...._ :: ''';;;;::::;;;':''_.:.-<' i '
--. _. _.. -_ -- forth her best efforts in her work and ;,COO) doctors prescribe Mil 2,000 hospitals: use DuTy's: Pure 2ialt\ Vfhiskeyoidusively.CAUTION : t; I ,,
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1 study. -IVhen you ask for nul'! 'S Toro JMt V/fcLiry sure you pet the 1 t r' +'
PHYSICAL PERFECTION I SEND YOUR ORDERSt OPERA HOUSEJ. nennine. Unscrupulous! dealers; Dlin1full.f the eirvllcnca of this .r.'p'.ralun, %,ill try ,. s. i ,r 'l
tos'll imitations 8'1I1S'H'\Ueol Malt suKituta wLirh cr.i put on f a
< you cheap Vr.L-kcy I
. osible if the liver is out ot ori.
Paul & Dive! for carpenter or "Audrey" in Dramatic Form. the market for prolit only, and yrhioli, fir from rei! 'vint; tho tick i crp po.itliy L nn- ; ; t

. A perfect liver Is possible if electrical! : work. Repair work a M. C'OK, )(aJla cr. When. Harriet Ford and C. F. Bod- ful. Ifeumnil' "l>uiry'sn and be sure you gt it. It is tha only! aU.ilufly' T.i.ro malt I' t ;
whiskey liii-h contains rnv-dicinnl, Lcalth-giviiig! qualities. Lock fur t-ia traoe-mork, i
using the right kind of a specialty. .
j op dington undertook the work of dra "111A CM ('hemi'w" on the liilirt. t
I mtc. HEPATICt'UA Is the Matinee and Night, lhegenuiuuUutly'sI'uro3laltWhLkoyiasodhyalldrugei"tsan.igr! tsordireet, 14 + 13*.
' "d of a liver tonic. It will TUESDAY, MAR. 31 I I matising Harry Johnston's famous ati.f61aleittle.! Write for fewmallalloukletenutamin\ ) :! symtt 3 udgia's, flit S esf for $c.C. booK, "Audry" they found themselves each Uiaenso sal couriucin teitimoumls to the lIufyr.lt! \',1'i; -kev <'".. lt'.vhe,.tA'r. M. Y._ } r 1y 1 L i
; '. ".i' jour liver to your entire sat- ----.-. --- -- ----- '- .
_. .-.. .- -. in an awkward perplexity, insomucn, i .r f J 1.\,1\1
; ; It will provide excellent A Escambia Rifles, Attention! i
I
Night Alarm. :
:
THE SEASON'S SUCCESS :
that the story in book form ended .
.. : excellent circulation and Worse than an alarm of fire at Armory of Co. "I," 1st Reg. Infantry, L',jJ tl
most unpleasantly and greatly to the ,.I"t
a -: : tth.: An Elaborate Production of the night Is the brassy cough of croup, Florida State Troops. ; i P'I
; Beautiful Drama distaste of the reader? The dramat 'I
Comedy '
"r. J. C who does not wish his 7 .L ists at once secured Miss Johnston's which sounds like the children'sknell I You are hereby ordered to report 'h i ,t-1 f

LII..I 7 .-'.:I'd. says: I cannot re11:1 motiveof and it means death unless at Armory Hall on Tuesday, March I :l .! :
consent to their changing the
Sweet
Clover.
: lr -i eitfntllng to you, yolunai. something Is done quickly. Foley's 31, 1903, at 8 o'clock, p. m., in fatigue '1.j1..f j juniform. !
: the story insomuch that they mightbe 1 (
:, ny; c;:.e"r<>st recommendation Honey and Tar never falls to give Muster and smoker. ti' Ii J

.1_." ,,... y ,u prepare and sell With Versatile Character Comedian. permitted to devise a happy end. Instant relief, and Quickly cures the By order of 'j' :', j. .f J !

\:sdr'r tl... tae: ; ot I1EPATICUR.If \. } MR. OTIS. B. THAYER lug f( | the play. That they were worst forms of croup. Mrs.P. L. Oor- JAS. C. WATSON Captain. 1 I' t-r: tf'
4t correct in their ideas is demonstratedby dier, of Mannin ton, Ky., writes: j
:/ r. i !"n of its superior: dualities SUPPORTED BY the fact that the drama as givenin "My three year old girl had a severe P. ABT, 1st Sgt. r r .' ":1/, i2' .L:

a* a i :.er of te!: general system. e case of croup; the doctor said she .. !''-i: t: j J
dramatic form has achieved a very I R
?!-!C) u.-.ns JIEPATICURA, although MISS ESTELLE CARTERAnd could not live. I Rot a bottle of Foley's The Stomach is the Man. ., I'r! !:; 't.; J f-; 4 4A
notable success. Miss Robson in thetitle I !!f. i'
and Tar the first dosegave
I !hire always! been agreat sufferer Honey ; weak stomach weakenes the man, I j' ,'J a/ ; .J
i role has added a new success to quick relief and saved her life." t
<. I have the Original Company. because It cannot transform the :' t.. :
; :I' i : ; .iM.'n! and colds food ;; ti. 'I ,
Refuse substitutes. W. A. D'Alem
her long list of triumphs made during ,
'.1:1 i :.:.r. ::1 rt'.ieved, :: from both of A Play that will Linger Lovingly In the berte 121 S. Palafox street he eats into nourishment Health "- { I
Memory of 1'lav-tioers. the past threej'ears. Liebler & .
: .. < a" !:*. and I venture to say Matinee Trices-23 and DOc. handsome and strength cannot be retsored to I. .1 I;' f t. J% .J JIt.'r .
have (
Co. provided very
1'
Fla.larch C 1903.
::1 : to the former, It has no R. TAYLOR Night; Prices-23,50; ?.*e and $1.00. Fort Barrancas auf sick man or woman without t, '?!r t': 1
six in all and a company
stage settings, -Sealed proposals In triplicate, will '
; I !.i\e u.--'J only two bottles Reserved! Beats on sale Saturday I first restoring health and strength to ';."7 1' f: J
be received until 11:30:: 4
for Matinee and of players such as is rarely : a. m. April : f .
: .!WiorRA; so far yet I find Artistic Shoemaker, Night. brought togeth'r."Prisoner. 1903 for constructing Electric Lighting the stomach. A weak stomach can- '''fl: 'i.\ : ,.1

.; v. < :.'ht of 140 pounds has ONE 2UU11T ONLY O System Fort Tickens, Fla. U. S. not digest enough food to feed the + t j

'. i nearly 10 pounds. FIXK \\'O1:1SPICUITY: FRIDAY, APRil o reserves right to reject or accept any tissues and revive the tired and rundown .I.t. :i: 4!a I
of Zenda." or all proposals or any part thereof. .
(-'T"l"ureIn: recommend- Phone Xo.2S.: 9 North Palafox St. Information furnished on application. limbs and organs of the body. '!J .Jtf. !
The attraction at the ]house
\i'i:, i 1 llA to any ono desir- I Liebler & Co.'s Superb Productionof opera Envelopes containing proposals Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses, purifies {. "t1 MJ: vt i
i
4, will be the drama .t"
Saturday, April
.: ih.- very best constitu- --- Mary Johnston's should be marked "Proposals for sweetens and strengthens tha 1 f,
tized edition of the cream of Anthony Electric Lighting," addressed W. E. J .
t glands and membranes of the stomach 1
: r :") had. Sold by all Hupc's genius "The Prisoner of Zen Cole, Q. : I. and cures Indigestion dyspep ,:a: '

: ijm m UM[ CO. da." The story is, to a greater or M 6.7.9. 10.-\, 3. sla and all stomach troubles. lIar- ; J. 51'r.'I I f{ .

gis Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Sfd'f' L : +;
'. TDMAN &. RADER WISH AUDREY less degree, familiar to all. and its In. ; ,
Kahn. 1''f
AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT7 ney ..
..'. ', 'lCE TO THE PUBLIC tense situations, its episodes of: fj) .tf "n 1.h

thrilling adventures, so originally! conceived Unusually a hacking cough and a The largest, the best and newsiest.The Yr t
T'-T THEq, CIG SPRINGOPENING general feeling of weakness often
I I and brilliantly executed have' leading to fatal results after the pa- News, 10 cents per week. j
"
FAM LUNERY WILL TAKE I Dramatized by Harriet Ford and E. made the play the one successful ro tlent is supposed to have passed the

:-AE TUESDAY AND WEDNES- F. Coddington. mance in living form. danger point. Foley's Honey and : 3tu .1.11NICK'S
Tar is guaranted to cure the "grippe WWW'I ;
'jll" 'AF CH 31st AND APRIL 1st. The same scenic splendors that cough" and make you strong and

-- ...ELEANOR ROBSON. signalized the New York productionwill well. It never fails to stop a cough

To all parts of the country.The be carried in their entirety by; if taken in time. Take no substi-

c UHl% i J10 gCTUlY' { AS AUDREY. Mr. Ernst Shipman's company. An

Assisted by an unexcelled company exceptionally strong cast headed by

Southern Express Company including Forrest Robinson, Ada Harry Leigh ton, including Miss Flor

SSIGRIS! sir PYTHIAS.: receive and forwards freight Dwyer, Frederic Perry, Selene John ence Gale and a number of well tutes.HARD it :'J
i I'I'L&
PenaL 'lla L Ihe t. No. 3. K. of p., money and valuables of all descriptions son. George Woodward. Anne Caverly known players will be seen in the 't t ""I. j jRTA1R&NT

m>*etl every MOnday even to isll parts of the country, Frank Lamb and 30 others. characters, and a performance that

lag it7uSO at Caul '.all) connections for Canada Mexico will be enjoyable is assured. &
la The Bloant -- WfttsonHalHing I with Exactly a3 presented at the Madison

tblrd floor. Havana, Cuba, European points, Square Theatre New York.
v'lHlLlnu brethren cordially _, Up-to-date people read The News.
welcomed etc. t:(* !rff i'ift' r .PRICES:-50, 75c $1.00 and $1.50. -
J.A.LvLx.:
U.UOR8LKR: 00. The Southern Express Company NOTE-Curtain at 8:00 p. m. sharp. F } 7 ,
K. H.a 8.
operates on 30,000 miles! of first- ABRICK DAILY MENUS
ONE NIGHT ONLY t11
B.llliin \."\:;c No. 13 class routes! and in connection with SATURDAY APRIL 4
Comprise all the Up-to- .
1 1iaiv evening at 7a1, at the Adams Express Company on HARPERADELIGHTFOLBEVEEAGE
r' I'aUrnx: and Garden \ Date Dishes the Mar. Sri''
with throughcars MR. ERNEST SHIPMAN
through way-bills,
Km>> hncordi"lly Invited.L1IERTJOUSSOS I kets of the World
J. .\ and Presents
C. C. through messengers, per- Afford.

AS.Uatl forms !a unified service constitutingthe .I-IALF. ., r ii s1
WfflSKTe .
largest system of the kind in HENRY LEICHTON ti: ; ,

: Inc I,..,lu*, Xo. 30. K. of PIt ,..
the world. -. />fby; ;!*Wife< rn Supported by -TO- Ladies' Private a
I! i OIKJE Xo. a>, Knights ol
'/. II ..t. evt-ry Thur.dav even- Money Orders are sold at all

> -k. m their tattle 1allon of the Southern Express ONE MILLIONGet Dining Parlor. ; y1 1a
,. .I-\\'at nn hol1dln?,Routh- agencies FLORENCE CALE 'Jf, !

t"eatoxanI.t:. are cordially Garden welcomed.IL.tLLYe streets.. Company at reasonable hours. Receipt i;
In Anthony Hope's Fascinating
\, is given and money is refunded .ter !
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f
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.t.., ; Romance
a: Q". if order is lost ",'. *. Our Prices Before Regular Dinner Daily j

This is the cheapest way to send

i. o. o. r.i small remittances by mall or other. TflE PRISONER '* 1

", !.ie. Purchasing.fleflillan Short Order Promptly ,,' i ,; ,

... rl'n''I'f1la Io dge i No. 4 Filled Night or Day : .
!!1' E. W. FOWLER
h,.,' 'n''rr ThnrMay evening at 7:90: at t f:
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.. ,1"J: West Intendenci street.B Agent, Pensacola, Fla. r
"'.. cordially Invltsd.Ci Of ZENDA. It:1t'. eomethtn Good to Eat } e, '

,.. ,v.,..t...('rt'tarr.C.JottMYSONN.O. J. B. Roberts Branch Depot Offices Store.: A SAFE STIMULANT, Capacity 50,000, Daily. you wisn,yoa'll linG It M 'fir ti 'r. ( ,

Nick Apostle'sPopular
Jas. Hansen Cor. Alcanlz and .
: GOOD MEDICINE
ICOFL.Wal ELABORATE STAGE SETTINGS. A t
Gadsden.J. Restaurant T'MWMM

Assembly No. 13G5.M E. Williams Cor. DeVilllers! and A TREAT IN ROYAL COSTUMING. For Sale byDannheisser Brick Go :

OF EXTRAORDINARY ,
A SELECT CAST
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:*:? Jackson.Sol
8t 'Monday each month.At Bros.
W. P.li.Tu"IlP. Cahn Cor. Palafox and Inten MERIT.. .
Pine Barren Fla.
-MOSNELL.Secretary M. W. dencia. PRICE-25, 50, 75c and $1.00. ,
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THE DAILY NEWBI PENBAOGLA. FLORIDA :TUESDAY, MARCH 31,1903

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i n 1s a democratic platform. We have a profit to his party take a philosophic Oldest and Largest

strong presentiment that such a venture and a cheerful view of life; recognl Agency jj ia,

B wouid be successful. There is ing his own mistakes; revising. and West Florida.
AversSarsaparilla
i': much speculation going on among the correcting his errors; quitting the (ESTABLISHED
I8
newspapers over the man. He has driver's seat, from which he lashed fi.nowles ;j.
Entered at the Post Office at Pen-
not yet been named, perhaps. Let the steeds so furiously and took the
second class matter.
pools, Fla., J Quickly cured. tr ':iI =
us hope that when he is found he ditch so disastrously, to put his *
OFFICE: -Pitta Building 211% I .------ Bros.INSURANCE
will fill the requirements. We be- shoulder to the wheel of the old --.---- -------- -- ---- -- ---- -- -
oath Palafox street, u -stalrs.
y; lieve the South is ready for such a carryall and to help get her out of NOTICE. .

r THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. man. As the Chattanooga Times the slough of populism and socialismand THE SERVICE I The firm of Peterson and Long,

I says: "Democrats down this way free silver republicanism, all ,. contractors and builders, has been
diSFolved by mutual consent.R. .
Terms: Invariably In Advance. are ready to forget the past differences dating back to 1896." WAS TOUCHINC E. PETERSON I II I

One Year,by mall.$5 00t8tz and to get together on a good The foregoing extracts Indicate
Months .. ... .. .. .. 2 50 J. E. LONG. ; AND
old-fashioned Tilden platform and pretty fully the feeling between the 27mlw;
week carrier Monday
One by payable
.. .. .,.. .. ... . 10 support a good old-fashioned Tilden factions of the party. It Is regret SUNDAY NIGHT DEVOTIONAL EX.
democrat for president. We can't table that there are factions. Thereare REAL
Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap- CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S ESTATE
ERCISES ON THE MASSACHUSETTS -
plication. conceive of a better harmony proposition no good reasons for them. It is ,

i than that. certain that the democratic party No.30 South Palafox street, for your
WERE MEMORABLE. 30 ) South
TELEPHONE NO 118. That is correct. That is the kindof cannot win in the' contest next yearif electrical work. He is prepared to Palafovstrm;; ,

harmony to win and none other these factions continue to exist.In do you a first-class job at moderate

stands a show. His name is not important order for them to get together it prices. Phone 203. : Phone 22. PEXSACOU! ,FL!.
Sunday nighl'a services on the bat-
<. but his democracy must be is necessary that there shall be con-

i' beyond suspicion and his availabilityand cessions. It looks as if Mr. Bryan tleship Massachusetts will be rememed Good Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per -

fitness must be apparent. Can does not Intend to make concessions.He for many months by every mem- thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. GEXr.U.LaXTS:
MAEOH 31 1903
fBJSAOOLA the Star name him.-Montgomery Ad talks as if he believes that he ber of the big ship's crew, for they

vertiser.It and those acting with him are the The
r Rural free delivery is bound to become were of a very touching nature. THIS HAT Equitable
1 is not neccessary for the Star only honest leaders in the party eFy
that'sJree Chaplain Wright had a surprise in
Anything
very popular. to name him the convention can do i and that it is their duty to save the
the know. store' for the men, and when they had
catches
hayseeds
you that and will do it. The trouble party by insisting on controlling it. all congregated within the regular Life Assurance Society

with all your plans, however, lies in The effect of such a course as he is
The city of Atlanta proposes to place for worship, the good chaplain
c the fact that a large element that was pursuing is to make it more difficultfor I Of the United States
wait by the light of the moon for a read letters of thanks from relativesof
included in the democratic party in democrats to get together and 11ENKY
lower bid on the city lighting prop- nine men who were killed in the a IIYIli; Koand,,.
the last two campaigns was an acquisition harmonize their differences.TO .
osition. explosion several months ago. Thj '"Strongest
} from the populist party. e in the World:
letters were very touching and will
Li That was a shabby trick the They united with the democrats be- CURE A COL1 IN OSK DAY be preserved among the ship's treas- --

f i Tampa Tribune played on the Herald cause the democrats went over to Take Laxative ammo Quinine Tablets ut es. A FRIENDLY REMINDER:
'4 them. When the democrats returnto This signature fHL t on every I
of lU
t' making such au exposure DUX, 25C. f9'KII7 Quite a story is behind this event .
their former political creed what Hereafter for
l circulation.This When the men began to realize the .1 all reading notices cf
do they expect that element to do? DROWNED IN YAZOO CITY. tairs, festivals, plays,
extent of damage wrought by the explosion suppers t; 'j,
I office has received the initial As we look at it they may remainin And many other Beautiful Styles of dramas, elocutionary or
they came to a proper conclusion any otr
j number of the Xews.Herald, a bright, the ranks and they may not, much Skiff Upsets and Ed Stevens Loses that they should aid in erecting this Season are to be seen at '! kind of entertainments t, yen ty

Jour-page weekly newspaper; hailing: depending on Mr. Bryan's action. His Life. monuments over the graves of j churches, societies lodges or 'OIL
Yazoo City, Jliss., March :30.: -dl MRS.
from Hartford a rapidly growing : NORDSTROM'SSpring viduals where an admission is
their comrades. A suggestion of this c-a-j
i little city in Geneva county Ala- PREPARING FOR A STRUGGLE. Stevens, while going to his home in ed or merchandise or ether >
nature was all nat was needed to t TJ
bama. The News.Herald promises (Savannah News.) the overflowed district in the western I Millinery Opening, are sold there will be a
the to A subscription charge cf Scents
spur seamen on activity.
its readers that it will be nonpartisan It is evident that Mr. Bryan is portion of the city, was drowned. His A pill 1. 2 and 3, a line for first insertion
ana 2 ,
was suggested; to raise a
Jn politics and religion. Such a policy getting ready to make the fight of ooat struck a stump, turning over. fund to be used in erecting a monument Xu. 11 Kast Intt-ndeiifia St. cents a line for subsequent irse-tiri: :
I will probably be best in a business his life to control the democratic national Stevens went under: and was caughtin Obituaries and resolutions of
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over each grave. It needed no re-
bin there won't be much convention. And the reason a wire fence.
1 way, spect will come under this
; sewn:1 request to open the free hearts E. W. PEAKE san Ming
he wants control it is that
to he
excitement in it. mayhave TUB river at th.s point continues also.
the Kansas City platform re to rise at the rate of one to two of the survivors, and when a count Electrical contractor and builder,

'4t In a communication to the Milton affirmed. lie is going about the inches per day, and is now almost to was made of the sum contributed it will do your electrical work in first-

F1 Index Mr. J. II. Harvell, representative work in a systematic manner. lie the high water mark of 1897, wuile was ascertained that the sum of $$33;:;;:; class style and at reasonable rates. OUR WARRINGTON AGENCY,

r from Santa Rosa, speaking of the is advising the formation of clubs of the back water is still encroachingon was then in hand. As there had been He can bf found at 30 South: Palafox
The NEWS is sale
on by Mrs. M,
disposition of the war claim fund, those who favor standing by that the western part of the city, with nine men to unfortunately lose their street. Phone 203. Keefe at Warrington, who is authored

says: "The use to which I would platform, so as to be in a position to water about three blocks trom the lives, the money was equally divided to receive and for
putting this money ($iOO- select delegate to the national and sent to the families of the deceased receipt any sub
prefer con- court house It is not expectel A. C. BINKLEY desires his friend scriptions. Residents of the reservation .
000) would be for the extension of their vention. He uses plain wordsin : almost as soon es the burned!: re-
.I very this high water will cause any great and the public to know that he has may now be supplied with
time of our public schools. If this speaking of those democrats who mains had arrived at their former copies
; inconvenience to the city unless ma- Moved to Room 508, Thiesen build- of the paper several hours after fre
of using the Indian war claims are not in sympathy with him. In homes. An equal division of the amount
plan terially added to by the recent breaksin ins, where he will continue as here issue leaves the
LC fails to pass the legislature I shall the last number of his paper, The the Mississippi levees. made it possible that $95; be sent to tofore, a general law practi"e.Q.NERI. - press.- -

favor using the money to pay a por- Commoner, he says: "It is the dutyof each family and the letters read at

tion of the state debt which, by the every democrat who believes that More Riots. Sunday night's meeting all acknowledged Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat Bt
cuits, and Force with Cream at &*
j {I way, is something over Jl.OOrt.OOO the control of the party should not with a profusion of thanks the .
Disturbances of strikers are not Oman's.NOW.
p 1 and drawing interest. The best time be surrendered to the hands of men receipt of that sum.

in the world to pay a debt is when who would destroy its principles and nearly as grave as an Individual dis ,' The appreciatee writers of the let-

you have the money to pay it with." corrupt its methods to engage .order of the system. Overwork, loss ters all promiseri to have the tombstones IS THE TIME TO FURNISH

( )( Mr. Han-ell concludes by referring to promptly in the work of organization. of sleep, nervous tension will be followed -' in place before Decoration Day Ice Cream Parlors, YOUR DINING ROOM, AND MAR-

r a, the proposition to separate the school ." by utter collapse, unless a re- and in one case the writer stated that Z.:, S. Pal.ilov Street' STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU

1 fund; the negroes to have the amount It is evident from this that Mr. liable remedy is immdiately employed. -:' the stones would be up within a few WANT IN SIDEBOARDS, CHINA

f r derived from negro taxes an dthu Bryan has no love for those who There's nothing so efficient to' days. This writer also sent a de.-onp- NEWLY CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS.

J&1 whites to have the funds derived from failed to give him a hearty supportin cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys tion of the stone that,nild be placedat REFITTED AND FURNISHED.All -
:
f +S taxation of white people. Right therewe lS9fi and 1900. That he hates as Electric Bitters It's a won the grate of her lured one, which CREX AMERICAN GRASS CARPETS

think Mr. Harvell has touched them there is no doubt, and that he I derful tonic, and effective nervineand was a husband Kinds of Creams, Ices, Glaces I AND LINOLEUM, FINEST

upon a point that should "give him is going to defat them if he can the greatest all around medicine i! Fruits and Cakes. (I I THING ON EARTH FOR YOUR

r: pause" when he would use the money even at the risk of torcing the factions for run down systems. It spels sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIES
',* Nervousness, Rheumatism and Swamp.Root, the great kidney, liver HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE.
in the treasury for school pur- further I
f now of the party apart seems Malaria OR PARTIES.Maillaird's (
and
Neuralgia expels germs. I RUGS TO MATCH. i
MARSTON
'I and bladder remedy, are being distributed
f poses. :Surely: Mr. Harvell, jour sec to be evident.Mr. Only 50c and satisfaction guaran
here from house free. Candies a Specialty. QUINA.
ond choice should be jour first. Pay Henry Watterson thinks that. teed by W. A. D'Alembcrte, druggist, Have

I' the stale debt'stop the interest, and Mr. Bryan has no ground for feeling I 121 S. Palafox street. you received one? PHONE 602. .

'Sr' save the taxpayers of the state ?."'o,- that he has a grievance. In Friday's CHI\V N)1'Ie'1'r4- _._.
t -
000) a year. There is one thing certain issue of the Courier-Journal he expresses NKITHF I'. thecuptaln.owae-

' even if the money is needed for the opinion that Mr. Bryan ';m. nor coniiKUHci u{ ib. hpun .
i
rrimi'iicij will b" r".pou"II.Ifor
any other purpose, the interest now has been more fortunate in the mat- debts contracted bj tb.

; being paid is too high. The present ter of gathering wealth and fame crew or said vessel. t111IF.\.

interest at G Gulf! Transit >'0.. C'''|iinia.NKlTHKKtba .
sf i ly' debt which is drawing than almost any other one of his fellow Coirlgnee3, Jlult

b I t per cent can be paid and a new loan citizens and that instead of

Jt s be made at 3, or at the most, 4 per making trouble in the party he oughtto captain, oU'
i
: erg nor cou>>tiQi-e i>( I'-
1 cent. No business man would continue be trying to harmonize the fac- h...d ts Irene ,.lll be rt"'|t' 'i--
Mils contracted by is-:
ble for
i I paying 6 per cent when he could get tions. Along this line Mr. \\'attlrsonsa's I THEBffR TMTMMOUS crew c.f smiil vt..st-I. li. JMKJhSl\\

what money he required att per : i S\V.: L. W 11 Tlf II.NEITIIKKlh., Cap: '" ',
(;oulIlCn.". 1:1
y cent. "Mr. Bryan, we fear, will never I
I captain.o n
quite get over 1S96. More's the .
nor con.i /iiKC8 of tbfa '
,
I .
hb I'airncrai; will" l> rt-
pity! because if he could there might
ABOUT CANDIDATES. ... 1 eponnltile for debts cur trac.-
( 1
.
Star has a ultimately be the making of ji great ed by the crew of said "' ... .
( The Portsmouth (l\'a.)
JAS. U.GIBSON
Ii r { decidely forcible way of saying man in him. It is a sad thing to Beer is barley-malt and hops --- a food Motherland Innes ('0. t.ap"VJu'aiCuneigneae. .,

l d- things as this for example: see a talented young fellow of three- and tonic. touch of alcohol -
a in it.
' "" lit. two fool presidential campaigns ami-forty already soured and embittered Just a
.
Fort liarranras
Fla., March
t to its credit, the nominationof ; though in Mr. I'.rjan's case. ltio.5.: -Sealed projxisals, in trip

Mr. Cleveland for a third terra there is no reason why he should i Not a beverage known to man is more will be received until 11 a, m., .

would complete, till out and roundout be. The presidential orbit into i I 2', 1303: : for constructing on-

the attack of political delirium which, taking him by the nape of the : healthful, if the beer is right. bachelor officers' quarters, on .

which the democratic nock and the seat of his breeches gun shod, tort Uarrancas. FU : .
under
tremens
reserves right to reject or art-* "
for the past the fairy god.mother flung him heels- 'Tis the national from .
party has been laboring;: beverage, childhood or all projiusaU or any par' i
over-head in 181'C, found him obscure
fight The Star always hast Information furnished app

and still years.regards Mr. Cleveland as and ]lash, and it has left him rich i up, with the sturdiest peoples of the Envelopes containingprup'i! .
be marked "I'roiiusaU for t'
living of real and famous. Of all men he could af-
the greatest exponent "
I earth. tion I'ublir Umldings aditr
democracy. It shares that opinionof fird to bide his time. Of all men E. COLK. Q. M.

this great democrat: and great man he could with honor to himself and Mch2lr2G:; : : Apr 17-lH!
u To the weak it's essential -=- =
with the majority of the American ; to the strong I -

voters, for twice have the latter I Hot Chocolate with
it is
in the presidential good. Cream at Solo
placed Mr. Cleveland Whipped ,
MedicineThere
Spring
chair. But that's enough. mon's.

Well, lot us admit that "that's is no other season when good ;
not forced to admit i BUT the beer must be pure.
but art
we
enough medicine is so much needed as in tho
that the nomination of Mr. Cle\e- STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
Spring Impurity means germs, and germs multiply rapidly in
' t land for a third term would be another any
,Y The blood is
impure, weak and
a saccharine like beer.
"presidential fool campaign"I product
I I impoverished condition indicatedby ri (wren Fenfcacola and 'IiItfJn-Blill
be unwise and inexpedient
It might
certainly. We are not booming or pimples and other eruptions on the And the beer must be old. Hun Daily i'lcrpt: : t>unil y.

boosting Mr. Cleveland, and do not face and body, by deficient vitality, TAMPA."
"CITY OF
think he has any expectation of being loss of appetite, lack of strength, and Age means perfect f"rmentation.Vithout it, beer fermentson

nominated, but his kind will be. want of animation. the stomach, causing biliousness.Schlitz l.trPenacoiav. Milton ._ 5:3usm.9am Lf Ar F-niacola.l Milton ,TI" >P P:

The Star adds: Hood's Sarsaparillaand Tare,9ict; Round trip III",

"""hI1 there may be but one beer is brewed in absolute Not a germ can exist in it. -

Cleveland in the democratic: party, Pills cleanliness.

there are good sl'condsnota: before few. Any the Make the blood pure, vigorous and It is cooled in a plate glass room, made These Schlitz costly the standard precautions for purity have JEWELER IN HIS
these latter if placed
of
rich create in filtered air. wherever beer is known.
appetite, give vitality,
democratic platform:
country on a
could in all probability be elected. strength and animation, and cure Then it is filtered; then aged for You can get it just as well as com NEW STANDI

The same cannot be said of Mr.! all eruptions. Ha: e the whole family months in refrigerating rooms.' After mon beer if you ask for it,

Cleveland, despite his superb record I begin to take them today it is bottled and' sealed every bottleis

and his acknow ledeed: powers. "Hood's sarsaparilla has been used In sterilized. Ask for the Brewery Defiling have moved my jewelry' re to

Even the republicans declined to our family for some time, and always with 120 South Palafox: form-r y"n< <
gout results. Last spring: I was all: run '. ,'*
nominate General Grantr"a thiniterm. pied by Ba!=J i Co., and at": '
down and got a bottle of It, and as usual i H"1. *
I than evr t'
\ received better prepared
great benefitMiss! : TIEt'UII'tvifE
Well. Rood democrats throughout\ ; : Stowe: VL I great bargains: in diamond! ,watc3'jewelry ':auflet

the land will be glad to see one of ( Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to etc. Call and see v:*

those "good seconds" nominated onI cure and kesps the promUe. I L. BEAR & CO.. Wholesale Agents for Pensacola. me convince J.yon.I. !STEPIIEI : >s.0' ..




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THE .DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA,...FLORIDA TUESDAY. MARCH 31. 1803. Ir


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Had All-Gone Feelings! FRANCE'S FIGHT W. 0. 0'NEAL, President; No. aeoa. M. E.'CLARK, Cithler +Y

SOREHANDS.Itching .. J. FOSHEE,Vlce-Pretldent; JOHN PFEIFPER Au't CuhUr. 't If,
and Was Daily -
Blood .

Impure Losing Flesh.Paine's WITJUHURCH AMERICAN' NATIONAL BANK tV1{ [



Burning Palms, OF PEKSACOLA, FLA. t1s, :

CeleryCompound THRILLING SCENE IN CHAMBEROF Designated Depository of the United States.
I i #
DEPUTIES-OPPOSITION TO Painful Finger Ends Condensed Statement at the close of bnslnew March 20, 1903. F n j I { f 1.

RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.

ARCHBISHOP IRELAND'S PROMOTION Loans! and Discounts! ................... ... $375,037.62 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... J200.000.00 { j. 1' '>*.

D With Brittle Shapeless Demand Loans..... ....... ........... .... 83.20300 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20000.00 I Its '
Fortfier and Cleanser I Overdrafts...... .... ...... .............. .... 2,35293 Undivided Profits. ........... .... ..... .... 609.39 4 l iI
TFt Spring C. S. Bonds and PremIums... ...... ...... 213.808.87 Circulation. ..... ..... .. ...... .... .... ... 125,000.00 f ; r .a lI
Prolongs Life. Discolored Nails Stocks. securiUes. etc.... ...... ...... ...... 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid...... ...... ....... .... .. 54.00 .
New York March 30.-The Trib- Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6.718.48 Deposits .................. ...... ...... ...... 621,346.81 1 tr' t is
Fa: ." C'iry! Compound is to-day une has the following: Cash and Exchange........... ............ 283.16630 r 1' .
.. alile and most success .. v
r : + C, .

fc'' .'.f"'.rg:! ,'m.1.rmous: ..ncine in demand the world.is The the:,: Paris.and March Cathoac 29.-The deputies rallied conservative to- As Well as Roughness and Total.... .. .... .... ...... .......... ...... $966,910.20 Total.... .... .... .... ...... ..... ...... .... 966910.20 .I li'

r.. r'"f nf its popularity. It has gether in the chamber Friday and This bank opened for business October 231900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give i T, I r

..: :: "i I ly displaced the common .offered a plucky but a forlorn hope Redness your business prompt courteous and careful attention. j. a+
) and liquid forms once;' I t
1"oj"". .",, :n. pill and in many respects ao 1'I of uattle in defense of the famous I 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.

(, ,. .. 'o health. I monks of Grand Chartreuse who have I
+
It
c''t (I'..lory! Compound has been applied in vain for authorization; to ONE NIGHT TREATMENTSoak t t. '

.-y: successful for the sim- !I continue their vocation of religious 3 x ,1ill.
can.. .. .. that in every instance it I tt
I devotion combined with the lucrative .:
.-. than is elalmedrT
-; more
manufacture of that stimulating cor- the hands on retiring in a strong, c' r r 't-,t
i
-- dial-green, yellow and whitewhichhas hot, creamy lather of Cuticura Soap.

:: :. > become a household word among Dry and anoint freely with Cuticura S

Ointment,the great skin cure and purestof
the lovers of good cheer all over the
I I emollient. Wear during the night, V,
f' world. old loose kid cloves,or bandage lightly i1
Indeed, the Palais Bourbon had the In old, soft cotton or linen. "For red, t 55 rnUDlli> @llm e

iJ superficial appearance yesterday of rough and chapped hands,dry,fissured, 70 Qq ,j I ;t' s vas
itching, feverish palms with brittle, :
a church when the Abbe Lcmirc
shapeless nails and painful finger ends,
mounted the tribune in canonical this treatment is simply wonderful, fre-
'I t
.... '< robes, and with Impassioned elo- quently curing in a single application.In !It Nt. ':a
other have Cuticura
no way Soap
quence addressed the chamber in be-
and Ointment demonstrated their astonishing .(
half of the Grande Chartreuse organ curative properties more effectually I 1;
-- -- -
ization which ha declared was con- than in the treatment of the

c dieted on essentially: republican and hand, especially hen tortured with : j : 7" : j.
Itching, burning and scaly eczema. I tJ '
'It ",
democratic priticip'es, and whichpresented
Complete local and constitutional B. H. FAIRCHILD, --r.l I'

the most practical object treatment for every humour of the \0\, ;.,;,;,;.;.;,.\0/.,;,;,;_;..;,..; '.'i ', ,. \!-,,, .,.' ; I :\ .j. rp! 'j
-- ---- -- -- -- -"- .
ty lesson in Europe for the social reforms skin, scalp and blood, with loss of hair, UPHOLSTERERS8 ", o. 't.'j
now be had: for one dollar. Bathe c:: n.r; ,. I..
may
SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS. I
>
of the \\orKinmc'n. EAST ROMANA STREET. I "
ft freely with hot water and Cuticura D ress .
w : ,1,1IJ
& f. <,j It was in vain that Abbe Lemire Soap, to cleanse the surface of crusts Yroef Work and Refnishmg Furniture a / tu f 1. ; ,

., > ,tf ; / i railed to mind that the Chartreusefor and' scale, and soften the thickened Specialty.
over a thousand years had plied cuticle. Dry, without hard rubbing, G Skirts'! I s ( E d
Phono: 405.
and Cuticura Ointment
apply freely,
their functions, worked and strug-- to allay itching/ irritation and inflammation --- ---- -- ----.-- 'I .' j I

gled in accord and sympathy with and soothe: and heal, and, @ .. JoI II 'r
A lOs. '
slit KN Unify Tn: .j Walking* 'f ,. ,
W H. LADD. the precepts of t.e founder of their lastly, take the Cuticura Resolvent ) 1 .I' I 'I.,
to cool and cleanse the blood. rn ... .I. 'Ii. ,
Of Allisona. Tenn. order and w.ih the conscience\ of the J'iJJq. .. \fiji Sf.s Regular: conclave of .' ..':\.10. ,. :V' .
This affords instant relief. I' ot
treatment
.
-- French people. The plucky abbe permits rest and sleep In the severest dery Coeur da No.1.Leon Comman-Knights i.: 'NS7t7 5252225252SJ rk' Skirts! <\1 J : ;1 {( ,.1.1.J

: r It U the one --I proved] himself one of the most accomplished forms of eczema and other itching, .Templar at 8:00 p. m. .J @ t'Ir .. 1. t. ...1
'. ,"''\siuaus and the orators of the French burning and scaly hunours and pointsto Tuesday, March 31. O r. '
.:: '.i Men and women of wealth a speedy,permanent and economicalcure Work in the K. T. de- rid ; :
1'arliamtnt. lIe shed tears '
.i: :.:uh social |-ntion.. able to eom- even on of torturing, disfiguring humours grt-e. followed by n banquet. !: THE LATEST SPRINCd SUMMER NOVELTIES r ? 'ii'' : j
the services of the most er.ii- the tribune but his clerical costume from infancy to age, when all other Sojourning Sir Knights are courteously j : I
Celi acted tike scarlet mantle to buil remedies and the best physicians fail.
t medical men use Paine a a "
i i ini ,;ind in the springtime, hav- and elicited\ from the Radicals Socialists --- invited.J.. R. KELLER, E. C. Are now on Exhibition in our Ready-to-Wear Department. If you l'.'.'t ffiJ.- "I )l 4 4re I

: nil confidence, in its virtues.. The and Free Thinkers an overwhelming HARRY W. (Inns < ') have not visited it, we advise that you do so at once. The Remarkably (j jfl t 1 'j s > 1' j
rjeuce of tens of thousands has I Recorder. s; .I I'':! S i
.i Low Prices Placed on these CREATIONS Means a Savings ; .
J4
It
'I torrent of invective. BASEBALLAT I '
"I 1 that it Is wise to use Paine's rl .
Compound in the early spring was a most picturesque and gallant Those who cough at night may secure : of from Two to Three and a-ha'f! Dollars for you. V; J 4.t: .,. r ., r

,r the banishment of rlu'iimaiiralgia. struggle for a lost cause. rest by taking Piso"s Cure for i; EVERY SHIONABLE MATERIAL IS HERE TO CHOOSE (..) : 7 I ; \1. 111
( ) no'
.'
dyspepsia ner\ous Premier Combes, with a sly, sardonic WARRINCTON Consumption. I (0, FROM t ) .. ., .
i insomnia l'aine'3 Celery D
smle ascended the tribune !' i
I i is. par (>xce'ncthe) } :r :
t .
1! purifier; it increases the i after the Abbe Lemire had concluded, Malta-Vita Shredded Wheat Biscuits | Etimine, Voile, Mohair, ( .' 'j I. ; '
I I :., :
capacity: of the vital .
,
and In a few terse words explained '
; and Force with Cream at Sol- .r
.' i. s the tisuos and builds AND OTHER HIGHLY INTEREST. | Brilliantine () : :
; Light Berge
Mr.V.. II. Udd of AliiAtfks that the (:rant.o Chartreuse had refused i oman's. 1; o ; \k' ': -i :

:\ -:- to comply with the laws to ING NEWS NOTES CULLED BY ________ ___n___ .- ._ !,.J. Venetians Etc. (.J 1 I. ;+r 1 f'> 'I 1' i \ 'I
\ before com1'nne's which all associations in France '!' I:) ,; .it t" .. i I I
(' OUR VERSATILE CORRESPONDENT. ..' _. __ .. _._ .. - I.t .
Celery 0111I whether religious; or I industrial, must DRI GOLDSTEIN ------ -0 N- XNXW ---> X>- -* ) 4H': I'jj
I and all gone fl..I..ml' I ,.J .
.
submit. Jl Moreover that the Grande .
., ,
impure, and I I II '" I' "
'.- h. One of my I Chartreuse had taken an active pan IS HERE. t Vy J. & B. FORBES. L. \ii: i:;;; a,'fJ l l' 1 }i

\Varrinaton.; March O.-\ baseball: I t : 4 ,
-' ,"!I''. 1 am glad to I SPECIALIST IS IJ '.. t. 1 1at ... .
ri < .. ill: suffering human congregations. diamond is being fitted up 'n the yard THE OPTICAL ," a! ,; .
This view of M. Combes was STOPPING AT HE ESCAMBIA [ f4
'
i !has: \prolonged my t
-'\euly-t\\o years adopted by the chamber will a solid for the use of the bluejackets and HOTEL.-SEE HIM ABOUT I

majority of 137: votes, being; the largest marines here. The first game was : YOUR EYES. OREENHUT & CO. l( f": : 1. J: i

majority the cabinet has secured I played Saturday between the sailors I A. Im 1

nn any religious issuo. Indicating I at the barracks: and the marines; the ,jl''tH!

CARPENTRY AND latter of C--(). Good ,
stormy weather ahead! for the Cath- won by a score .WHOLESALE GROCERS

ELECTRICAL WORK olic church in (France and forbodin? fielding; was done on both sides but I .,. 1 $ :Ki :i" .. :j

an approaching attack on the con the batting was bum. Both Lefe"esand

,. cordat.: Liske pitched good games, and Ncs. 102, 134, LOG East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA. ) 't .
!fir: : l' trl&lolivPphone! (M O, the game was very interesting considering ,
Try The News 10 cents per week t;' t
if. v lit;- or electri- d
:1q"'ntH that neither team had had -- --
',, delivered. Remember the eye is the most sen- 1 i .
11 wi" y"u want will done.
any practice. But it is hoped that 'il'ilI
sitive organ we have. In Its normal
there will be a god many games: i
condition we can see at all distance I
played there this season.
OPENING. ; alike.! We admire the beauties of
.SPRING her can I,
.. Miss Cecil Childerson is visiting; .
i
nature and everything that is wonder
sister )lrs. I'ugh of 1''ns3.'ola110 is sit:4't
I I wry sick. fill in life. The eye is often abused

and neglected, the sight becomes Impaired -
An Easter dance will be given at
and requires artificial aid and
Hall.
FAk'SMILLINERY the Odd Fellows'
i as medical attention is of no consequence
l>r. Reryliill who has been> on temporary

duty at Port Uijal while the there is only one method to .
restore the sight to its normal condition -
Buffalo was there with sickness onboard

: has resumed his duties at the and that is by the use of properglasses. Bon Bons and Chocolates. ': ;t : t .I
Dr. Goldstein is in the city {
navy yar.1.Tbe 1i ti ; tr S k
and will remain a few days. This is i'Uii:: ILICIOUS: 7
Isla de Limm is now lying

WEDNESDAY APRIL I I along side of the coal wharf where the opportunity of your life to get W. A. D'ALEMBERTE -:
to make A
fitted to
J f L she i is discharging all of her fixtures glasses your eyes ,

-AXITHURSDAY >- prior to going out of commission.Mr. you see properly and to rest and
Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafos St.
strengthen! them. Dr. Goldstein is well
W. Douglas; of Brew ton, Ala.,
; APRIL 2. has boon the guest of his daughter.Mrs. known to some of our citizens and is -
? recommended. Dr. Goldstein:
highly
Geo. I'.aucr.
W Services were held in the M. n. charges you nothing for examinationor DR. J. H. MOCK

church last nteht. Itpflanm.llr of consultation and will give you the ,

Pon!"acola, preached an able and intoresfir. proper adhce.
The value of perfect fitting glasses
to theinclement
1 ? sermon but owing
NEWEST, BRIGHTEST i j memberswere with reference to health cannot be DENTIST.
.. weather many m
FAf '. 1
c THE SEASON. BOTH compelled to stay away.J. over estimated. Their effect upon I
VT :') READY-TO-WEAR i ihe nervous system is direct and 1 '
1st class
\V. Ronnolf fireman 'V.
formerly of the tug Sebago has been through this indirectly upon the entire 28%: 8. Palafox Street, % Old Armory Building. jf

.' -- SHOW YOU A HAT rated oilor and will assume! chargeof organization.A few of the .troubles which result CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. tI
H-T WILL, 1 c / J the engine room of Admiralise ?
BE JUST TO YOUR
L'II I t I t t directly from neglect in this particular l'I 8ACOL.\, FLA. ti t1
Nf. AND; : 4s barge.
WILL BE FASHIONAEE tt Jf 1 Sick Headacheand .
Neuralgia
are:
--- --
Ir \Vaban which has been out
AND BEAUTIFUL. ) The tug
J i iJ Nervous Prostation. In additionto
i of commission for the past two weeks Lumber. ,tta

J i has been hauled on the ways where the general diseases I have enumerated 2x3 scantling, JJ: per thousand. I \\V\ ellela{ :

You Are Invited to the her hull will receive a complete over the following local affections 2x3 scantling $6 per thousand. Company, L 1

hauling. often result from uncorrected errors Other items in proportion. Call and

Opening. Come The tug Accomac is now being usedas of refraction. Conjunctivitis (granulated see us. WHOLESALE AND: RETAIL

.- -- --- ----- -- a tender for t5 iilps while at lids). Keratins with Ulcers of M6-lmo.- BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. GROCERS.Headquarters r rt
Cornea Paralysis of Nerves Atrophyof
Lieutenant Johnsonof
xtix a't target the Kearsarge practice.: is in charge. Nerves.A DR. F. E. BRUCEHas -iJ s i

sad mistake is made by most peo for '
LENTEN SPECIALTIES e will ple in putting off spectacles too long. returned and resumed practice. 4 t
.Singers and Public Speakers
-\T- find Piso's Cure for Consumption an The old advice "Don't begin specks Office 22>; West Government St., Fancy and Staple Groceries.

until you have to," has done a worldof Salisbury: Building.Tclcphono .
affectual' cure for noarsness. -. ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE.. -
harm. Anyone can by strainingand 145. 'I f';
.SOL CAHN & CO'S.
.. +. squinting and looking sharp go FANCY GOODS. re., .t4$i;
WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS t'i "
'
OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine a long time without spectacles, but he
'
FOR WEST FLORIDA FOR THE sit y
1:1.1\ \TM: M.\CKF.HKIGIIKKN Tl'UTLK MEET is sewing seeds of destruction to hise's. ;
1'1-: t>H COIIK1MI. SOKT-MIKLli LHAU*. oysters today. Trjthem. CELEBRATEDCafe ,
NIC Al'OSTLK. I
& 'I":! u roi>Kisii. 1'htI KOK. Consult Dr. Goldstein.! du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home l t1
I
'V" 'V ,1,> MHTI1 BU\TEKS. HII'IM'UIKH HEURINO. Malta-Vita Shredded Wheat Biscuits Specific examination of the eyes Molasses Illini and C!:r.l3X Flour1j ,

IfNSY: FISH. and Force with Cream at Sol- free of charge. pI9thtie Pf.10t0gFOp g, I Baylels Delicatessen, German-Ameri tt 1

O Ai: Ev -thing Generally Kept in a First-Class Grocery. PHONE J178. Oman's. ROOM 31, HOTEL PARLORS, can Food Crp3.n/s: ; : Canned Meats, ,

ES-I 204 S. Palafox Etc Etc. lit t
SSSSSS Try The News' WANT COLUMN. CAMBIA HOTEL. >{ Street. t
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I TA THE JOINT Doing a Large Curse




Savid )Mir lift from Pneumonia Good Results In Every Cast -:; COMMITTEE Businessusually OPDRINK

means assuming large
"My wife had a severe attack of Pneu- Dr.C.J. Bishop,Agnew,Mich.{ ,writes: I
used FOLEY'S HONEY AND risks-too large to be a safe
monia which followed a case of La Grippe "I have i i
and I believe that FOLEY'S HONEY TAR in three very severe cases of pneumonia HELD MEETING LAST NIGHT AND ,,, burden upon .an individualestate. ,

D AND TAR saved her life," writes James with good results in every case." I I'I,I .
GOOD PROGRESS WAS REPORTED -
Coffee of Missouri.
Raymond. Wise business men carry CURED BY

s i. a ED ON ENTERTAINMENT. special insurance to relieve

their personal estate of this WHITE RIBBON REMEDY

risk. All such will be interested .

Last night the joint committee.: in "A Banker's Will," A'o taiie Ji'o odor. (an t.t i. ..
voter,tea, or cofft trifwiit dw T
PNEUMONIA from the Chipley Uht Infantry and I I containing the instructions of Whir Ribbon KemfdT"patunfi llIi-urft y i fc

the Escambia Rifles held a meeting'!'I a New York Bank President to the d leu,d appetite 'fur ali-oh '"""!"F
lants. vt tether the pV T'18inebriate.
at the armory and from the reports his trustees regarding invest. a "tipper.pagenti trjial ViVk!ir";
t
submitted, great progress in the mat ment of his personal estate.A drunkard.appetite for 1 mPu..bl..lrtr slob-lIc liquors IInY&nplo Ir berries t.. or

ter of providing an entertainment for f 1,000,000 policy is another insurance White Ribbon Remedy.

. 1,000 seamen was shown. romance of special application to men Indorsed by Membra of W, C, T.
'rEf Col. Kessler, Major Cary, Captain of affair, described in "The Largest Mrs. Moore.presi superintendent r.
Annual Premium. Christen of 11'0m..n's
Tempcraae -
. Parkhill and Captain Watson were selected Seed Is-day for both pamphleta. tura. California writesi fmon[ te,>
tr : : : '
cart
; : ; : _: :'. : bite **
: Ribbon
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first-1.AlMts. drunkards.and the curVs have "M
miral Hijrginson! and request that officer Errst-I.. Amgunt Paid Fo'.icyhoUen.first In many cases the Rrmrdyss breunt; tirsw
-In Age cretlj. I cheerfully
to name the most suitable date !dors White Ribbon recon-m, d :Godly
Remedy
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE Mr I ;;>
I our Union are drhgtiHi "l(01
for the entertainment. Those gentlemen -] to ? i an
COMPANY OF NEW YORK I mical treatment to aid us in our 'n.o.
1 1 ap: r.
it is understood. accepted the ] auce.ork.
RlCKAU A. UcClRDY,Ptti Jel11.II .
important assignment with pleasure.Mrs. Druggists or by mail, n Trial pa:4a

T. V. Kessler, it was announc- Nassau, Cedar, Williams and Liberty free by writing Mrs. A. M.Townsend i

?ll last! night has agreed to assume II Streets, New York N. Y. j I years secretary of a Wom n'. Chrjj.

charge: of the ladies: portion of the lain Temperance Union', 218 Treiort:

t r OJ work, and she has been promised the i L W. PEAKE, I I St, Boston, Mass so j Sv "4.1
j Hannah Bros.,21 S. Palafoi! M
t able assistance of mlIY'olunteer i _

Ef : .; workers. WheT such lakes as this; !I Xo. SO South Palafox street, keeps PEARL &
DOLIVE.
\ one and her corps of assistants take call bell
p- /v trvA/ wLX wires and all kinds cfI
fi 't-. charge of this work its success is assured I I electrical supplies. Have him do Call on them at the cor "t If G.!.
.. Thy are already doing gomecry den and Alcaniz street
work. Call phone 2U3. .I: II<
\ U your ter and electrical
_._ work.or
\ fr commendable! work. I w -- ---- kd!
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/ The soliciting committee reportedlast Malta-Vita, Shredded
/ Fotey's Honey Tars Wheat e"
-. rtJo XL(2ch J cad
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: / 4 night that subscriptions are corn cuits, and Force with Cream at S"1
\ cures colds prevents pneumonia Oman's.WICKE .
.t in!; in wihout difficulty and the bankatd
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These places may expect to receive a

call from the committees today.
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The members of the committeewere


r went to greatly Captain encouraged Kryger. They when dd they not Plumber Gas and Steam ififi er
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have a chance to speak to him beforehe ,

I said to his clerk: "Here Mr. Bell;

I know what these gentlemen want No. & South Ptilafoz Street

r and what they ned. Just give then All Kinds o, Plumbing; and Oas Fittings Materials Kept on Eij

$23.:!: This example is commended to
I JJJ'Ji"H\1ro1: r.m '. &'41CSft.r.1I.4,. n.1.

I . the consideration of many others who
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IJdt BAD COMPLEXION. Ir, SAMUEL CHARLES,

Pimples, blackheads and muddy 1'1 iJ

complexion which are so common BT AND SHOE MAKER;

among boys and girls at a certain : !l

Cured When Low WithPneumonia age, indicate a torpid liver. A courseof : [ REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
Cured of Terrible Ccugh on Lungs Very HEPATICURA cleanse the
j ; b- Wholesale and Retail Dealer: in Shoes; ;; Leather& Findin,.
; i N. Jackson, of Danville, 111., writes: system, regulate the bowels and liver I"
at "My daughter had a severe attack of J. W. Bryan, of Lowder, III., writes: and produce a clear healthy complex 'IMIOM"; cu. (1\). SOl'III PAL\FO.Y !!ITHtI T.

f La Grippe and a terrible cough on her "My little boy was very low with pneu- ion. Sold by all druggists. I .

lungs.! Vt'e tried a great many remedies monia. Unknown to the doctor we gave

without relief. She tried FOLEY'S him FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. Among the Lawyers. !fJ-. E. DUBUISSON t9 BROTHER

HONEY AND: TAR which cured her. The result was magical and puzzled the I "Barker, what's your opinion of I ,

She has: ne\er been troubled with a cough doctor, as it immediately stopped the Marlowe?" I II OKMOU T.um.GOs.AD: INTKNDK.NCIA STKKKTH,

k.. since." racking cough and he quickly recovered." 'Do you want my professional Dealers In

opinion of him or just my casual ,

=1 impression!:" $ Choice Staple and Family Groceries dOur

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1' I eft SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY 'Well, professional." ,

W. A. D'ALEMHERTE, No. 121 S. Palafox Ht.ri "He's an a.s." Goods: : lire Received Fresh Daily. They are too many to enumerate,

"What's casual ?" and are Warranted to be the Best the Market Affords, and can be
your opinv.n Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given us During the
"lie's another a s. Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Part of the City.
Enrichetta Accame. Ital bk 993: "What's the difference

ri Maritime. Tassino Genoa to S. S. L. Co NEW SCHEDULE.OF *'I charge six and htpence for COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL.ATTENTION,

\ Carlo 1', Ital bli:. BoRe, 1C73. Montevideo the first"-London Telegraph. P.O. 801(326.
J. E..Dutumon&Br
It to order PHONE 66. ,.,

I,: "1j I l, Cleared. j ji' Gregoria: Ital bk, Olivari, 847. Ten STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, Ely's Liquid Cream Balm is an old Family 4-rooorm.
: Span ss Vi\ina. 1t: S3. Uutz. by Gulf i er.ff to order

\i' nsit ('0. for I.i\'(>fllool with 133' i Lady Penrhyn: Nor bk, Andersen J. N. RoftEKS Manager. friend in a new form. It is preparedfor !
the particular benefit of sutl'erer3from
,fJ I balls c.Jttun, o.l: I runn,{ bales cot- I 773; Savannah to order I T"avl Frfipport Monday: and
i nasal catarrh who are used to
I 1 ; i. :225; hh.s lor.f loi a'-co, K'O.oiH s ft Mary A. Troop Dr bk. 1118. Walley, Thup"day mortin ". i..A..u MAcrery

;. .ijiln-T, 1011,4111'1 s ft savtn timber, 112s'.ks :! I' Santos: to order. I Arrive'at nsacola Monday and atomizer in spraying the diseased
Thursday tiizht. membrane. All the healin and soothing i I
i t -. ('ottnmt''o I Lave Pensacola: Tuesdty! and property of Cream Balm are re- I (FUCCESSOR TO VERY a WOOtFOLK,)
.l JI, staves CS- pcs ash l loss, valued at to Master. Friday night. !
'I''I'ft'jt tained in the new preparation. It ; IMPORTER JOBBER
I AND OF
I $199D10.:! Thomas, Ital bk Lauro, SOD!, Naples Arrive lit Freppirt Wednesday
I and does not dry up the secretions. Price. ,
Saturday morningOar
\hhel :
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f'r Darlirg 111. w'N' Ito master
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--- including spraying tube, 73; cents. At HARDTSTARE.
PP ins, by master for Nassau with l"2i'0'I I IftlJ Schccners. 'T O :li SA ,, i .
I druggist's or Uly Brothers, 56
'- ft !Inmlii-r, 2djH baluiers IIS <1l1ors,1 I| Dona Christina Am sch 1C3; A nelson Bean the lhs Kind You KlA' ,avs ElWJVon your
I d --- Warren Street, New York, will mail Iron, Nail?.AXP>l. BhovfN, Muw M.11 and Hteamboat
l "i ticlets! 10 newel r1'5'5', \aliiol Coatzacoalcos to order. \r.etr" /.L.h-.a..
1 .,: _... x ./ it. Supplies, CO'kiug and Ki u St ve Paint Oils,
. $1 1 MH.( I II Mabel Darling. Br sch. S\\eetins. Window Ola" Guns, PJstoi .jj Fi->tong Tackle.

fo. I I VESSELS I IN PORT.Stiamshlps. I I, Dunmore Covernor Town Blake to master Br: sch. -. Grand want a good wino tuner to Hot French Waffles with i< Ante ami Tinware ana )H m: 'dfurnishiii5! Goods.

Cayman to Jno. A. Merritt & CoCarjit. b'tiy'tck your in Penacol-i order. send Frill it in.you I have hold: Florida Cane Syrnp atj I' ; aTAOENSFOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY

;II ."'r B. Reynolds, Am sch S31: had 20 ytars' exr'r'-ice and have I Solomon's. Revere Wheel Giant rititched Belting, Northampton Emery
I Co., L.nin.R.1ud Powder Co., Johnson's Kilsomine -
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('u!=;fia, Am. ss :2170, Doyle, New Ainlerson. LaGuajra to order. worked in sever ".< uo factories. Iron Km? and Ruck Stoves and Ranges, Wm
Orders left JOI.II' book
at a store
IT. S. : UOUM A Co.'s Raw Hide Lace
1 York to Navy.Cainirrcs. Leather Masury'aMade
will be attended t"
Tr ss, 13r; Cibson Vora CIAV P"ESSLEY. Chris Thiesen f Railroad Colors.

V t I Cruz to SatlAcrlan -lnnh; Ct. I|I 1 Masonic Temple g Pensacola }']s.

Durango span ss, Quictana, :2237:! CORNERINTENOENCIAANOBAYLENSTS.

New Haven to Sutherland,Innea Co|

Karlwood, L'r u. lli!), lirowu. Havani MAKES GOOD LIVING EASY If You KayeRheumatism ., : TIME TABLE.

I to Sutherlaml-Innis Co. I! .. .., 'r::"I.- ... One Block West of Palafox.
Firth cf Forth. Cr ss, 12<.l, Brady I I|I LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.

Providence to 11. Bears & Co. I| -. \ KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF i iI IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1.1W1

Francisra.; Span ss, Kche\-arria CHOICESTOF I I

3508.:; Dilosl. to Calf Transit Co. I New Orleans and Mobile.

tt Katenurtfht, Dutch ss, Teensina. 5 IIRIftftfll the great tesle.lllld I' I _
'{ < |IKIllNllira'll>rK<1 California PUREST[ I lI LIQUORSFOE I So.'!. So.I. .
Vera Cruz to W. S. Keysor: & Co. No" No.1. 1'Io.L'
| Remedy will cure 1l Ii Itl m 11:06 Lean_Pene.cola,..
p
Arrl1'8
I ():oo a 1:00 8:00 ,
Jnr-hkeiih, Pr ss 241'J: Major, Doston f FRUITS ADCONFEGTIOER\f[ \ l you.Bladder It d.sease aIM cares, caused Liver, Kidney and 8:511 a !::7 p 1:01 a v-ave.... YlomatoD_ Leave 2:8.: a 2:00 p p ':"4 p
of
by an excess
" llal II 1It: p IM a Leave-<< _. MObile __ Leave I!:.D't It:16 n 600p p
to Culf; Transit Co. uric acid. It never fails, and builds up I .---- n:.\ 1:00: a Ll'ave _N.w Url..DII._ Leave aGip T:25s: _
the health and tJ'tIrgth'hlle it
} Nith. Br ss, Sturenhon 11S9!), -AT- Scud stamp for book of wonderful using cer :
Kingston to nix M. Robinson tificates. Price H per bottle. For sale North.
i by drarelsts.! If your drQKKlit can not
Irene saved ss, 112:1.: Boyessen, C. APOSTLE'S supply you It will be sent prepaid upon Family Meoicinal Use
receipt IIf Address or No.1. No. 4.
price.
1 No.1 ..
'f mpico to W. L. WittScli & Co.Vivina 11:1,6 pm I 12:15 p m Le.n... acollArrl1'8 4:00 No.
u! Est Government Uricsol Chemical Co. Los 8U.m 8:57 pm Arrive_ MonCltomery IAta1'8 11:15 p m I.III(
Span 83. Ruiz, 13S3: Santiago t.JFormerly AngelesGal. FOB 11:5Y am 1Ij pm Arrive_ Blrmingh.m _Lesve 8a1 a a m m I Iw 8:115 p p III m

to Gulf Transit Co or ins 7:06pm I 8:10.m Arrlveo .lb..llleLea1'8 _'__ _.._ _

Wilhraina. Br ss, 11;32, Bone Tam Cordova Restaurant t3.l.' I 11I N Etuii wiz & Co.,1'cw; f1r1Lau', La, The Sailor Lan 2 1IJllm:: am': 11:6Ya 8:42am m ArriveLoalevtller.Leave ArrlveClnclnn.tILe.n 915pm 0:00pm 11:15m 2sSsu:

f r pica, to lax M. Robinson. Ole car-load of Pineapples at ll.lt \ Dlatrlbutlnjtaw Ajenta. or man. i 1Oam:! 1:51pm Arrive __..Mt.1.ouII.Leav. 1:15pm e:56 pmPEN3ACOLA _
h:I ro $2.00 per dozen.
i Ships. AND RIVER JUNCTION.No. .

f I I If Carana. Ital thip.Cosla, 14SS Cape 41_ rYEe MEN Big AND(I for WOMEN.CM antutnrtlditcharnti.inllanimitinni. For sale by Swedish Punch D&nlslf Aquaril,11 91-Daily,, No. I-DIUy I No stop where time not shown No. I-DI1J1 i No. r9-Ddq

r Town to I L Barks & Co. YII.ida, SIDNEY KAHX. German ,
Kummel and other brandsof 11:611 P m 1:80 a m Le.l'eneacola.-Arrl1'8
awmat.ed irriutiooi or ulc r [iuni .. 10:60 p DI 1:110: II ID
Am Kennebeck. 193C. Lane. -- 11:15 night ':11 II Jlobemla_ II
ship .lu.vsw" of mucous membrane 10:111" ':1.11"
9e..YCs. Painltss and Dot attrm imported Wines and Liquori. 1t:51 I ':18 II II Ynlesua II 10:84" 1)1")
Kostnn to John A. Merritt & Co. ,a mCHMICJU.CO.- gent or poiKDom. 11:28 T:18: .. _E.cambla._ 10n II 1:57"
JH S14 Here only ron will find the N. C. 1:1-116: I ':tS N -- Mola' __ 111:11" 6:16'
Indus. Ital ship, Oneta, 1111. Marseilles i CIKIIIUn.0 ky Oncctata. j. !E. m. 11'110"I! II ___ Harp __ 10n" 6:10 '
ID
E.a w or sent plain wrapper.ty
to Rososco Bros.OJdere. ciprrts, prepaid, fur Bowen Kentucky Whiskey 24 years U:50 I ':116 _GiCCItJ_ 10:11 II 1:1'7 II
(100.era bottles 12.7J. old. 11511"; 111II .". _KUlon 10:10" ,:*1"
i Nor ship, Sars 13GO, Durban Circular tat OB reyaelt 1:80 a m _Good Range_ OJ 4M"
IM": 11:16 __. Holt__ 'I ':16" 111..
to F. 0. Howe & Co ;
CrIICMESTtR'J ENGLISH' Valhalla Branch, oornoi Garden I 0 11.11) MlIlIg.o __ ':::10 OJ ':11 II
saga Nor ship Hana. 1224:! Mont YRla sl PILLS street and 10th avenne.ANTALMIDW. .':11I" 8:18 "" "" D Creat..I.. ':1' 1:00"
:00" IIM Land "
11i racand Builder eer IM" L:&1"
video to master .:21 II ':111 If
Uritina. and. only Geaaaa MOll1 Ueacl.. II lIeo" 1:11:
tit F. +1+ r Ldia w DnrtM .' 4:01 II Isa' "
.DeFQnl.1t8prloll. 1:14" '::61"
Barks. I\ .\'\ ,1II'm"TEU'' ENCiUU.tll'.t 4:18 II _
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: Argyl._ ':H" '::11"
ia lLD acs Grid ..:a.I1o earn __ 4:10 I 9:5T / .. "
PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND : I'onoe de LeoIL- ,:. ':11"
:at nb.oa.
Advokat Schiander. Nor bk, Ma i V7, T ,. ub.tlt.U..I Teke..lbee.mmt nrf.y. .Tae 6:00" 10:10 __Weltvllle__ ':11" 1bI"
i d'I I H, :.. I..p er.ar. Dntg :n fi.."u ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT \1a1Japn1el superior 6:118" 10:16: __ CaryyIU'_ ':11" 1:45 "
sen,-, Algoa Bay to orderAviemore T "wap.... ,.r I .rtfrttmnk TwtMiL.. t.!I1.Laaq ifl DopalbtOr. \1.81" 10:80' _P.onlfay_ II 8:66" 1 ff "
:Nor bK. Hanson, 104 3. -J1 1 1) .:*x Rdl.r\. U. I r..rI. ".Ate.-m, f .u.wrl 4a*.* ansal'J re- SHORT NOTICE. J* J* jt CWbIi..1aj..u O) 1:00" 10:41 _CblpleJ.... I:17" 1:04"
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1:18" 12:11I ,006
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rypa 1ak11r.Me/a r.
RJo Janeiro to order .uw.'w....... NAL..M..",, "HII.n.nl'. Pl. First-Class Work Guaranteed and I Tk r rare fa 48 boon thelama ':00 II 11:2& .". _llsrlanw_ 1:00" 12:14"
ltd bk AnieUina. 803. Maniace.: Marseilles References Furnished. dlMkM withoat aajincoaIrtdcaca. 7N3 11:4 _C1prell_ 6:18" 11:16 13e
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA TUESDAY. MARCH 31. 1803

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Curiosities of Heat. I

B. SCHROEDER CHILL WINDSAre Tha thermometer marks the tem Doctors Extend Time. t.--. if1jc41I -:

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perature but the bulb of quicksilver 1jr
LEFT FOR MilTON the dread of those whose lungs'are and the human body are affected ttit4a
E.. weak." Some fortunate people can differently. As to what feels hot or OWING TO THE LARGE NUMBER 1I+J i ;f
.. follow the summer it
as goes southward k'
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and cold to one is a matter of conduction WHO HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO
( I .z :; escape the cold blasts of winter and
.,, -: i._ THE GLOBE TROTTER SETS OUT the chill airs of spring.; But for the of heat. Silver, iron, wood and SEE THE RED CROSS DOCTORS, t T
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majority of people this is impossible.Family air at the same temperature feel dif. THESE EMINENT GENTLEMEN jj;

':\ r'b& : AGAIN ON HIS LONG AND UNENVIABLE cares and ferently. Silver will burn the skin HAVE EXTENDED THE TIME 4j r

... __J I business obliga- F. It will blister the .
-, 'r- _% \ ; JuURNEY. tions hold them at 13G degrees;; FOR THREE MONTHS TO ALL
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\ pgI; 4 fast. tongue at 150 degrees F. Iron to WHO CALL UPON THEM BE. "

t. lungs do that would have to be considera- FORE APRIL 21. jj :
are made strong hrW i-Rb
1' bly hotter. Wood can be handled :
I $ B. Schroeder, the young newspaper by the use of Dr.Pierce's A staff of eminent pnysipuna and ur- f i -
: when at a temperature of 200 degrees .
reporter who started out from Copenhagen Golden it-onsiromihe KrdOro Mwlical Institute f -
!I. Medical Discov F., and it is on record that hue. at tile UrltlHt solicitation of a large i' -
: M tour the world handcuffed number of pal lemannder their care la this I
cry. It cures the men have stood an oven heat of COO country, ettahtlsacd a permanent branch ,- .
within three years, left this city on obstinate cough, of the Institute in this city at i .--
degrees F. for a short time without :
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; '1E1 'L.? ho City of Tampa this afternoon for heals the inflamed 11 \VestChase Street. -
,( ; tissues, apparent injury. j ft t I
F ? Milton, where he will probably enter- the hem r .
t1Pk- stops The eminent gentlemen: have decided to .J
ain the people his tratels. lIe and I Not a Question of Faith. f 'I ii
% f- : upon orrhage, restores give their services entirely free for three (
///v expects to remain in that town about the lost I Patient-Although, doctor, I have months (medicine eicepted) to all invalid I :1.
who call upou the in for treatment
: five days. flesh to the ema- sent for }oa at the earnest solicita- L \,
'f. '",, :1. -.: :z-: :: : a/i/ = ciated body. tion of friends and to please tween Now and April 21. :
iI ; : Schroeder yesterday afternoon called my i :
i I? "I railroad 'l-:
-= upon Danish Consul Wolfburg and agent.am writes a 1. B. them let me tell you that I ban The... tervlcM ('"",It not only of consultation : ... : I
: L Staples. L.iq, of not the least faith in modern medical .elimination and advice,but alltO l
had arranged some necessary papers. Barclay, Ctoaee Co., of nnnT surgical operations. 1: 1'f
Kans., "and four SC1DCC.PhivskianOh. Tbe object In pursuing this course :'
_v )Wolfburg was extremely gad! to Ii '
years ago my work Is to become rapidly and personal aoqumnttd r
,- meet his young countryman which he keeping me in a that doesn't mat with the lIck &nd RmCIt'tI,&nd under 1 4 .
t .
,-- warm room and no conditions will any whatever
ter at all I The mule 4 t -
'uq was enabled to do through The News. stepping out fre- :assure "ou. be made fur any sen Ices rendered lor three j 1:1': ''t
% : WAS BREDIN OLD KENTUCKY. queutly into thecold has no faith in the veterinarian, yet months to all who call before April -1st.Ihedoctcrs .
j.:.- : =- -- .- r --,- The story of his journey in detail was air gave we bronchitis. which became trent all forms of tin-case and t-
-- oPYmGHr.l g ig s r jS i told by the traveler to the consul in chronic and dorp seated. Doctors failed toreach the latter cures him)just the same. deformities guarantee a cure In every ; t
my ease and adv .cd: me to try a higher ; ca.e they undertake. At tbe first Inter 't?. ,'
The Distiller-Owensboro.Kentuchyj the native language of Denmark and air, but, fortunately for me. a friend also aihised For Over Sixty! If eara. I view a thorough examtnatlm- mnde. and. -
me to try Dr. Pierce medi lIes. I commenced incurable are rank '' an kindly told
you
SIRS. WlSSLOW'8 SOOTHING STECP: list :i
Schroeder was then advised by Mr taking your Golden Medical Dicovery.'and by so: aUoadvl-against s. endl-ii money (oruseless 4
--- the time I had taken the hrst bottle I was bet I been used for over sixty years by millions treatment.Male .
\Ycltbiirg upon certain important mat ter and after taking about four bottle my mothers for their children while teething I and female weuln-st. rntnrrh and
L BEAT & CO., DISTILLERY! DISTRIBUTORS. PENSACOLA. FLA. (ers. Not the least important of this cough was for entirely another gone. climate I have found no ne- with perfect sacces It soothes the chUd.IOft4.001 I eatarrhal deafness aim vnricucele, rupture .
ctsaily seeking I goitre cancer and nil diieaie ot theI
- aIvieeaas along lines of city ordinances. Sometimes a dealer tempted by the tho gums.allays paincaret wind .I rectum.arepoittiveIy cured by their new .. t t3 it'
TAKE NOTICE.T Remarkable Case. -OIHI. an" is the best remedy for IMArrboea. treatment. ,*
The stianger; realized the little more profit paid on the sale of less It will relieve the poor little sufferer im I,I I Their chief avociate surgeon of the Institute r -tt

it m i'J concern: most remarkable cases of importance of Woltburg's warnings meritorious medicines, will offer the mediately. Sold by Druggists In every; part itfflct-s 11111 be o.in Ill pe"ollall'llarge.\\fat I haie Office Hours lh 4 .
customer substitute I -
On r d after this date all on the lungs, and thanked him. good as the a "Disanery.as "being "just as jf the world. T entj-nve cents a bottleBe a. la. toT p. m. Hundajs IU a. m. 10 1 p.m. t : I9 I-..-

l.n' C .so* Think: is that of Mrs. Schroeder this morning received a You get the People's Common Sense ngiiyrop sure you' srtdtekenosthsr R'-k for"M rs.Winslow's kind.Sooth- I

Fcnner Marion Ind., who letter from his people in Denmark.L'isn Medical Adviser, the best medical work .1
E-tert' :--nts: to whicn! an I CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR
cured by the use of one ever published/rar by sending stamps, J
ser ged, and sirni'ar Cure. She says: "The the address side he attached a to pay expense of mailing only. Send PARKER'SHAIR : THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BEDROOM -! -

1ft. 'ged for at regular and straining so weakened niinaturc photosraiih of himseli and 21 one-cent stamps for hook in paper Clean.tt ...d bf BALSAM>.u.iu.. tie haiL I AT MARSTON & QUINA'S.udifm's. : }-

t ''. run down in weight from presented the foreign address to a covers, or 31 stamps for cloth-bound. 1 If Prouju'rt over Fails t lazurmt to Restore pruwth.Orty I i _ : ;
pounds. I tried a number triond here. ume, to Dr. R. V. Tierce :Buffalo, N. Y. Uair to its. Youthful Color.: ,
Cum .tip d "....t he" la.lgj..i I I' '
V" .v>ti, Shredded Wheat to no avail urtil I used : -k.- ik.in4Il'jsi IlruZl'i' U fie [ cs1J'r5c. :t-; i r: it
Cough Cure. Four .
bot FAIR WEATHER WILLPREVAIL II '
C j's' 'rid Force with Cream at 1.eM wonderful 'neath the and f' : .. .I
remedy cured The best pill stars :

,,'5. of the cough strengthen. stripes; TOMORROW. J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT. IJ.If L .: ,
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and restored me to my ..
health and strength. Little Early Risers of worldly repute.It I Fair tonight and Wednesday with !. : )

;!f nq's, file !Best / 'r DC. '. John Sheppard,Sid cleanses the system and never west winds becoming variable is the VAN PELT BROTHERS, : ( : :"

gripes. local forecast ias.ied by Dr. LJunne- t' 'xf<

rry The News' WANT to the News, 10 a week. Ask for DeWitt's and take no meyer this morning.; The rainfall for *

substitute.A the past 21 hours has tll'con.ry heavyin : STRIkE A FAGY GROCERS. J. 4
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small pill easy to buy easy to take northeastern districts. Changes: in
I but failing in i, $; ,
D. and easy to act. never
temperature have been unimportant !
results. DeWitt's Little Early Ris- butt is generally armor except in FRESH LINES OF DELICACIES RECEIVED DAILY AND DELIVEREO .1 t. ; '[,

the secretions and act as OF THE CITf. .' '1 f .!
ers arouse middle and Paciffic stntanJ, on the ANY PART I t t .

Real Estate Agent a .tonic Hargis to the Pharmacy liver.. curing, John permanently. Sheppard, South Atlantic coast The mayirc\lnt Have Added to Stock a Complete Assortment of Anti-Rust Tinware.. .Positively f 6"j:" ::: it 4:

Sidney Kahn.PAYMASTER. temperature t'tlaas C5.; Guaranteed Not to Rust. This is Something that Housekeepers } : !t. : t, .'t j: Jij:

I'U; .' A Guaranteed Cure for I'Mes have not had the Opportunity to Purchase Before. j fit tf.j f'

TELEPHONE M. 243. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA Itching, Blind Weeding or ProtrudingPiles. if :i ''I; I'.
, VAN PELT BROTHERS i ,
"" """ """ "" "" Your druggist: will refund jour .

Classified \ BALTHIS TO LEAVE you.money 50 If cents I'AZO OINTMENT Jails to cure .:. .Q', t.it ;j
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TELEPHONE NO. 231 ?* jt ?* 31 EAST GARDEN ST. ,,

__ Try The News' WANT COLUMN.In -- '\; 'i1... i I

ONE- POPULAR NAVY YARD OFFICERHAS Doors andWindow -e :Et.i j' i 'i'k
Circuit Court
Kscambia County -
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-- SEEN ORDERED TO ANOTHER State of Florida.-In Chancery. .t-" 1 ;\

WANTED.- -- POINT. Delia Hooker Screens j j.i ii i1: } : I'
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t OME'1 TO ).::' i -- \s. f :
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Organi/er.s for an estab Samuel C. Hooker. .i "t \\ \ I HAVE YOU THOUGHT OFTHE :; Jo- ., F
Fraternal Insurance Compa- On Monday the 4th lay of May, A 1 ',
4. liable terms; PROTECTION AND : & #; 'if'
latest plans and business I'ayinaster (fan}' Italtlis of tile D. 1&11the\:! defendant Samuel C : L.'

\\ 1 \v. IH'LLAIID: I.i so salaries paK l' '. a'oh r.a'pr \\ill loi\p the Hooker is required] to appear to the ; .:. COMFORFTIIEVAF'ORD? 1 .::' ;. j i':. I ) ..2a ;j

i J' i ifnx, Up.Stair.J !! WnU for full particu- Ideal] post in a very short time but lu bill filed against him herein. !_ a : .: ; 1 tt
This order to be published onot GetPricei Now. h '
.\ViLiox: \ ; m rxlTCI AMERICAN'S, has received no orders to that effectas each week for fight consecutive _=_ ;= = i

-- -- Hldg, Washington: D. C. yet altliotich 'ie has Ixxn iiifonned weeks in the Daily News, a newspaper I

MONEY TO LOAN :2Soa\\4\\! a that few anrnlu-r iIiys. ma'i will: succeed him in published in said A. M.Escambia MCMILLAN County. 1I.GDeSili&Co( J I. H.IJi'l;: 11

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Clerk
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ill other kinds The s'iccesscr of PaxniaMer lialthis P.y 15. H BUUTO.V. I). C. Tolojolaono: 11.
rty. l'.ni ine9g \'; tailor shop j I West in will he l'armastH I ilo\\ai L. Robins Pensafoia Fla., March 14, 1903. i j\1 I.
.' a street. m.Jl-tf: &w.Tk I .tt..4' I
M14 oaw
\ -rrecy .; until recently stationed on the :: I ) .
::0' I' ,'I .\ :bt.: A. A. .. 1 I f 4j
: cruis(Atlanta.. Paymaster Rubnc is ,

ini ) 0 County VOUMi at once MKIrom to pre at Lupeki. Miss.l at present lie is The Star Laundry !44 jtf;( !1' ;
8.L to; ft 1 hINSURANCE ,
1U.H.! \ 10 LOAN: -\V. U. ) 1'ii-itioiH in the G veru- well Knour here, espeeiall( among

w, L i.i;1 A L!''-11 t. ;\1 II Apply to the many naval men now at Tensaco- Busiest Best I '
'- .. :ilde rate rif illt Inter-rttate Corres. Inst. Biggest, .t : ti
Jurity.. Ollice 112 Cedar Il, pid->, 1:1.d&wlm: la. .l1.fl' "
.1 :-. l' trratI t str..t. It is understcxxl that )lr. ISalthis ';.if' : J:if j I I
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will!! be pIH'Con waiting orders !

MoNE(0 1"I' -Ve Li\ID: "hr: .ou e or U'A! : -K.All A. kinds KriPdman.of empty n9-t beet \\hen asked] << abo.it it this afternoon REAL ESTATE, They Speak 1.1JI'j.: ::ftr ;

ill' '- it l 1.1\\ rate: of ; l-'or lu-iit- he said! he had no idea here No.I South Palafox Street. '"I" {1 ,

L ." I.. no ij:. llrook., -- he \\oulil go as his orders had not \' .. 'I
at i w ''I S. I>Jl.tftlx'it.. Fi -In house build ,.'4. 1 t J". l''
-. opera been recei\ed. Partial list of dwellings for rent in ? .
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floor and )
ground one store will the for Themselves L LWe
regret
; secouu floor, three offices. Society #generally various parts of the city: Ga !
xn: '10-DAY Io depirture of Paymaster r.althia and 1ti"I.t. ,1
you fphm: J:;50.-Corner Bajlen] and Cervantes

n ai 1 -,Y.m cm: borrow, I furnished rooms with bath interesting family but the new street. 2 story modern dwellingwith let the Hhirt,Collars llv' iJ.4 I u w.int today ou ( : ; man \\il! be welcomed. and Culls we Launder speak for .t; I[ .(. s
tt fl' ti I i lowest rates :: J2.00 week; with good 3 rooms. '
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,,'. street 2 themselves.; They will talk louder : I ;t ,t: J JI
improved city $;).ot) w'eki central location J23.; -Xorth Barcelona story ;. [ .
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to.: : \V Fisher 204 I lLaL."e can. We want to be judged f 1
P in. :! ; Spring street between dwelling with 12 rooms. Al! 1 1 .
x ;s> -t. and Harden: streets. SAILOR DIED modern con\cniene: bath 011 more oy the work we do than by .,;;.... iL 1 ; M' )
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If \ (il W I if t.) borrow money: solicited.KOU m19.lm. upper floors] corner lot, nice what we say. .. I" .. .?
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\ ni-ure! your -- -- -- FROM INJURIESFELL yard and shrubbery, stables, .
titi .tcts of title, &o4tJ4J:;. t 11'- J.h
S. It.., rent } --- outhouses etc. ALL WOKE C. 0. D. 1f.J ;
ij' "U, have: rents \ -The most desirable -- fio.-Corner Ba>len and Cevantes I Goods Called! far[g and Delivered Free. :.1
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the city on term, by
'ir taxes att'ud my ; FROM INCLINE ON COMMAN. IXorth I
dwelling with 8 rooms. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. .1
ire.s Tho C. \\' Real Estate Agency I' f ;
it PaUfox. ISalin J23.: Palafox street; a nice one t;; fglt I
K-tite and !
a
.. DANCIA WHASF AND LIED FROM
A. ,', ...tt'nlFla.. -- --- story modem dwelling with WALKER INGRAHAM Manager. t"'flh
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\ : ClIHVP.-Roll top de;;k. : ri
i who wood floors] all modern
hard ,
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veryoue frrj ;}
w,. will lend II Brooks, Fisher I5uild THE EFFECTS. _ _ _ _ -- ,:

w nuilt.1 I a -house.- --- at a bargain-The:!i3mlni.: three I $.50.-:1\l conveniences.: \Vest Gregory street; 2 #Kv ;1
I ROYAL STANDifiD WIIISK! btThi
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NO. A :Swedish sailor from: the IJriti 1 1I story dwelling! with 7 rooms. III :
F, house now, and lot 43; feet ,
1 of Keys.: steashipm l Inchkeith fell from one of $: O.-210 North Barcelona street 2 .
140 loot G inches lo I
'- (i.y calling at I by deep the incline tracks on CommanJaucia story dwelling with S rooms. 8 Years Old, in Casas cf 4 Full Quarts, at $3.20 per cast fjt i i it j
southeast corner Cregor
at
\1'1I11\rty' and : I l.3lEVest: Garden street; :3 room ,
[ wharf Sunday evening and died from $ : ; ft-1 :'I'i !
'j. street Enquire on preni-, ti 11
:! U street. i the fffects of same yesterday after cottage. mHIH WHIi-KEYU distilled at the Nelson Co.. t ill;
1.\.IHcou )1)-'. noon. The body was taken in chargeby $1:>.-313 :North Spring street; 6 room i JL Ky., Di"tlllery: and is fully matured In wood _.J KI ." '
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:Norlhup & \\'OOlthis morning at house with gas water, etc. before bottling I tis absolutely pure and not excelled jtS i"i1 5Lt ;;
R'H --- --- --
BElI X" -) in quality by Whi-key of the lame age } 'U- -rB st el'
any
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I Cun rd 1 n llono.la of Majors and : $12,50.-416' East Gregory street, 6 ;
the instance Captain 'I
H ltr in Hair I no matter where produced. The Royal ritandard ; :"J .j': I l
: Arti.-le, Hur U 1l0e Wieeler Interred at the sailor plot ;n :St. Juhn't i room 2 story dwelling. is eightyears old when bottled, and, considering : "1f..J't.. f;
-- \\ .' tiovernnipnt : Mary Esther, lola. Mrs. ceniHtT Most of the ship's ('fCWaUtnllt.J I $12.30.-S''C East Gadsdtn street, 5 5 excellent qtuluy, is the cheapest whiskey in jj ; : t :

LOST. proprietre-s. All the the burial yf their unfortunate -i room cottage. _ _ the market at that price. As a beverage, and aa 1r ;. 'I'a fan 11.1
of home at very reasona absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better iS" [. "',_ -
..., and out of tr hit $11.-611 East Belmont street, 5 room : f .
respect
comrade
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Li I :?. Northern tourists will Shipped in casen containing: no marks whatever: to fl1 ; '
-b ".k ill \: ,; an ideal place to spend a I memory his vessel is flying its colorsat cottage. LgLL tTIl indicate contents. If purchaser upon examining : .'. : 1; i.
-,..->, written containing in of the season. 12nlm half mast today. $11.-7uO East Belmont:: street. 5 tbe whiskey, i Is not satisfied with the quality-be '.:tfl# 4 H 3 ..I
can return the iame at our expense and money \ ; j 44 -.oi
'. Reward for 31\\.L. .. ik-foie his death the sailor: sufferedmuch rooms. will be refunded. "i' : ,!

I 14 ortice, R. R. -IO D, the tailor. has re- pain, but Dr. Anderson was $12.:! -413 East Int*>ndentia street 6 -. Allorders should be accompanied by either i' ; ;:!. ; ':t J 1
fir J. E. .
I.' S. T lev 11}. West Government sumniontd! and gave him relief. lie room cottage. ; tGiiTYLJsoI3 ; currency, postoffice money order, bank draft or express .j "'J 't : ;'.
In.lc-lII"1. :! opposite Express office, continued to cling to Me! tenaciouslyuntil 10.-Corner Baylen and Cervantes ; s% 7-a, a. money order. We refer to First National f.' $ 1
he is prepared to clean, re- L Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. 'tJ; .
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: i:$u3. COIL! Cfterday. streets 4 room cottage.; ; : I fl.
prt'olad it's' and eentle- : ';: -
:;'J Iluber Boss Chase street, 5 room
$10.-136 East n' 'J.u
toilor madesi't 16j3m1ip.c e'T S. A. FRIEDMAN t..,; { }", ." j ii iiI ,
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Mii i:. K. W. (' cottage. ;
I lIuietti- Working Overtime. fi{ J .. :
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I\\alii if "" ? 9.-910 East LaRua street, 4 room t'i. I4tI A
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--- Ignored by
hour laws aro :- f
Eight
''Its!, stf. 1'. S. umbrella: maker 315 cottage. I SOLE PROPRIETOR PENSICOLA, FLA. 1 1P.

:!$ : Paltfox street. Re-cover-1 I those tireless little workers-Dr. A large list of smaller dwellings, as j." i.tf 2't.1S.APRtrOMA
repairmzof umbrella and King's New Life Pills. Millions are and offices O. cox 4IH. TELEPHONE lIB .. .. .
well as a number of stores 11IS1'/4 ',t. ".
in lo;;. i a !'p' cl3lty. Silk covers i I always at work, night and day. curling ;f. "" .
'M 1. scar on left : nfl hind. J'i11 3 i I Indigestion. Biliousness, Consti for rent. U .i,' -

if returned made from $1.50 up. Other I I pation. Sick Headache and all stom TIIOS. C. WATSON & CO., i_ '"_' __' "r handle every class! of Liqnor
\iiharas, :227! as reasonable, :26: South ach Liver and Bowel troubles. Easy Leading. Real Estate, Rental and bulk nr bottle wholesale or retail, at prices that fh -
pleasant safe. sure. Only 25c at W. Insurance Agents, 1 South Palafoj: } are way down. lk'f j ja !
t : betweenVest Romana and I I D'Alemberte's drug store, 121:! S.
streets. m9-lm Palafox street. street. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEERJ !fit, -

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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY. MARCH 31 1903


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A RULER OF WILLING I Lieutenant Mark L. Bristol of his FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.

staff. The guests who thoroughly enjoyed -

SUBJECTS. this harming hospitality were

Rear Admiral Wise of the navy yard, 1 $ ao.oo

Not all people are satisfied with their Congressman. B. Lamar, Mr. John INON.Ot1NNONs :

: G. War Mr. Frank L. Mays and Mr. i- .
rulers; but the subjects of "GOOD LUCK"Baking .al +
John Denham. ;: .
i Powder are such from choice ; x+;a -.ttur. .
r0}
; .. .GIVEN
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AWAY
they have learned by experience that he I Mr. Charles Weller is visiting hi- 1iiu: '(IIU' + !

exacts only the most reasonable tribute and I brother, Mr. Alfred Weller: at his .. ,

furnishes full protection .to aJ under his home on East Hill. Mr. Weller was YES, ABSOLUTELY FREE!

foimerly a resident of Pensacola and I .

dominion. an church.earnest worker at St. Katherine's New (Means Grocery, i We have placed in our store a box which contains


1 Richmond, Virginia.

Mrs. T. V.Kessler-has been appointed > JAMES McHUGH, Prop. TWENTY DOLLARS.

chairman of the ladies committee, -- ._ -
:.0.ON.N.0.NNN.ON.0.. : We will give a key to this box FREE with every $2.00 purchase. 2
to arrange for the smoker for the ken
with every $4.00 purchase; 3 keys with $6OO
"Jackies" next week Mrs Kessler is ROASTED COFFEES i iSDo every purchase On'J.
TWO KEYS will unlock the box. When keys have an been
SOCIAL ECHOES Ii an enthusiastic and energetic worker Siven cUI,
I you may try your keys.
anl the committee is to be congratulated -.$ \: ( .

upon having her to direct them The First to Unlock
tN0s0 NON 0 0 NNNNN Key the Box Takes
WILL BUY THEIR : as well as the local military boys whoa' BLENDED TEAS ei i

are arranging the smoker, in havingher i $15.00.The

NEW SUMMER UNIFORMSThe assistance. Mrs. Kessler requeststhat .

committee meetat OUR SPECIALTIES. !
every lady on
street railway employes are arranging i Second Key to Unlock the Box Takes
her house next Friday at 11 a. m. to .
Corl troliey party very
compete all arrangements. : :
soon the proceeds cf wl.ichnIl be I N 500.
'-4 0
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applied to a fund for the of .

new and needed summer uniorm3.l II NEW FAMILY .0 (Q.;) / 7JV .. You Are Entitled to the Contents Without Reserve. IT IS YOURS
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The fai'hful employes de->eve all the + I n- ..

atioimc possible: andvcen tickets I 0 fT1 We will give due notice through the papers when all keys at. -oat

!r' pt-icfd on sale the public &houd! Wl NO e7.v Come around and look at tne RED BOX!

s C',: %,- reaUy purchaser The trol- \ GROCERYMr. ; (uxe's 4 ..I .

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t rule will prtml'Sy not occur fort __ I \ ID

U.r! ... weeks yot.Thi : W F- r: s -3 ,,,I :1

Lax Jacoby, who has for jeurs V. \
z f c MEYER SHOE CO.
t many iriends of )Ir. and Mrs. been a popular caterer to the most : fT1 G. I ,

Friu Moreno are glad to hear that fastidious and exacting: appetites in I 0 I
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th-y, have dt>eil'd0 return to Pens the community, is opening at number j La. \ + ,
Feet Furnishers for Cash
AV Only.
iacola to reside. They are at home 2.5 So itK Palafox street, in the O cro-I : 0 I ; p !

at 010 Xorlh llajne sleet. I la chili building one of the most attractive ,I .. cl. } 1. _tZ .... .. 102 SOUTH PALAFO2 STREET.

and complete lines of staple .
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Ir. Frank Lee spent Sunday: in the and fancy groceries ever shown in the P1t .

city. r-. i J HTTtI .! THE NEW STORE

:.)r. Jacoby who has for years been ia 13
Mr. and Mrs. John M McCrea of .
in this line and for the past fewyears z .
Clarksville, Tenn., are at the E,;oam- = -
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at the heal of the Jacoby Grocery
y via.Ir.. McCrea is president of the .
WASH GOODS. WHITE
GOODS.
has concluded that the
1 Tirst National bank of Clarksville and Company, HIGH GRADE GROCERIES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .
i handling of specialties is his province, i i Fancy Oxford .were 50c, now 39c Lot 1 500
yds ,
Madras
is here for pleasure and the beneficial and will in future devote his time and Tissues. .. . .were 35c, now 25c Fancy and

-'j effect of the climate. energies to pleasing the many customers .,.t Feed Stuffs of All Kinds, ., :c Stripe Madras .were 35c, now 25c Pique, at 25c yard.

Lot 2-600 Yds Fancy Madras and
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who have patronized him in the PHONE 105. -
i A pleasant trip on the bay was DRESS GOODS. Pique, at 33c yard.
past, ani: who will doubtless follow
'I t given Sunday by the officials of the hint in his new business. I.. *.*..... .NNON..+..NNNO..+..+++..+...++.j All-Wool Voiles. .. . 50c yard Lot 3-400 yds Fancy Madras aril

, ; L..I:: X. railroad. The battleship were The store is centrally and conveni- -- -- --, -- -- - 46-inch Wool Ettamine . 90c ward Pique, at 38c yard.

visitednd principal in the dines, capers, mushrooms Pate de ATTENTION 36-inch Wool Albatross . 45c yard
; tl po-ms I ently located and has been thoroughly I I. 0. B. B! 40-inch White Lawn, at tOc yard
i 't harbor. The party left at 11:30 a.1 repainted and reno\ated. The wallsand fobs; gras, French peas and other delicacies The Executive Committee will holda 22-inch Nun's Veiling. . 18c yard

r m. returning at CP.O: in the etenirg.i j jAn in this line; teas, coffees and meeting at the Progress Club Wednesday Black Mohair.,50, 75c and $1.00
shelving are painted a snowy I CORSETS.
j f"j'aht! lunch was served; The I i white which contrasts pleasantly spices, in endless \ariety. Every \a ) evening, April 1st at S o'clock. GRENADINE PATTERNS

'' p?!'ty w'eIr.. ?nd )irs. Uywa'cr. of ) I rid)' of cheese known. Business of importance to be transacted. I BEST LINES 50c and $1
with the labels
| fancy on boxes cans AND ALL-OVER LACE
li Louisville, .Mr. and Mrs. O H. Bart'l In Hour he has the celebrated Every member requested to be I _
jars and packages:! with which the 6-yd Grenadine Patterns $6, $7.50, $9''
letto. :or. and Mrs. It. H. na'is.lrs.. j I brands in barrels halves and sacks of present. MILLINERY OPENING TUSEMY
; shelves are filled to repletion All-Over Black Laces, 50 75 and $1 yd
t1; ,J.1.. IK'Cottes. Miss ]lurch. :\ lllhi. Obelisk, Sweet Home, Elite, 3ml-2t: : L. H. HIRSCHMAX, Sec. ( I
in me center of the store the large; Foulard Silk patter s.15 yds for $7.50AND WEDNESDAY.
r: Queen. Miss Tharin. Mr. lbslc'l :Majestic Canopy, Climax and other I
columns supporting the roof are pro-
. an.11 r. Walur 1-odse. high grades; imported and domestic Salt rheum
J'I 'till. tided with circular bracket shelving.Ion or eczema, with its i I

: sjHnery, Mrs M'mrc.'Miss Williams I If which rest attractive samples of I Ii macaroni and spagetti; breakfastfood itching and burning is cured by I MEN'S AND BOY'S: DEPARTMENT.

f !i nnl Miss Austin of Mobile Mr. and and cereals in endlessariety: Hood's Sarsaparilla. So are all Boy's Suits . . . . . . . . . . . _$t.,0 tc $US
that
specialties r.rc carried In
i' Mis. J. :\McCrea of Clarksville.Tenn. i many : canned meals of all kinds and from other blood diseases. i I Boys' Wash Suits . . .. . . . . . . . 75c to $150
i the center of the store, extending
., Ciii.i i r t Louis Shane, Captain i the most reliable packers in the United Coronet Pants for Boys (best yet) . . . . . . . -5 cents
from the front, to the office are large '
Harry Lee PaymasterViKiara: : J.Littell. i States; fresh and evaporated GULF TRANSIT CO.MADE Well-Made Overalls for Men and Boys . . . . . r.O: certs
I hand handsome plate glass show Cases \
I of th.3 Massachusetts, Mr. I with double shel'inghleh also contain fruits. Eagle, Winner, Magnolia I BIG SHIPMENTS.The Straw hats for All . . . . . . . . . . ,25c to $2.50

I JonlK'f Mr. Hlniore Mr. John O'Con and other brands of milk and cream. i I I Men's Suits for Easter. . . . . . . . . .$.t75 to $12.50
sample! goods. Dy this arrangement Gulf Transit ,
nor, Mr. John Jailin: and the local L., 'Imported and domestic ginger ale, company cleared
1 a customer is enabled to see ata
three
t + and X. ailio.id oificials.Mrs. soda and mineral water, toilet and big steamships yesterday with
glance wha is. 5u part kept and the total valuation of $l 2,211. Vessels
i laundry and so other
dots have to ask for it soaps many GRAY TRADER
: not or perhaps GOODMAN
J. M. D-Cotts. the tuitor of the I things that it woul take a page more cleared were the steamers Italia, &
/ forget what he wants. These silent
,t ":;uf'hl'orli" of the Montfii'mioryACvftHcr. to tell it. II Pemonte and Vivina for Genoa. .

; spent Sunday in the city, salesmen: will appeal to manyhose To insure propmt and safe deliveryof Cette and Liverpool, pecti\ely. Tho I
I time Is limited, ',r "' ho are uncertain: I
. otijojini; the bay \ ,illll!?; the battle- the large sales which will come cargoes consisted of phosphate) rock I

<-hiig; mil I l-ioidrs: awunl 11'! city ariiind.what they" want:: until they "look with his ol.ening.lr.. Jacoby has already round:: and square cotton tobacco oak I I

was one of the Montsi.mery:; partyit provided himself with two staves and cotton seed meal. All the j

retiirr.'il Sunday night.Captain SomtihiriS new in scales has been i'io\e steamers have sailed. i
. t I floats, 3 rG'rpdgon and a lightning ,
provided: this is a Howe platform
delivery cart. This last is t be
Henry X. :Mann.y and of ( scale. This scale elaborately) fin- I
used in cases of where
J. i hcd in brass and nickle and is emergency
ficersIt Massachusetts;; dire a rev > a
I goo.ls are required at a moment's no-
; ccjilioii to their Irier.Is Wednesday I work of art. It has been placed in the +
tice. All of these vehicles have been : Our line cfWarm '
f.h ai'irr.'RW, April 1st :l )(ntl ski:,. store far the bole purpose of weighing: I A Alpaca,
: land painted a uniform color of blue with l
l : measuring any one who wi.-hes ;
I red and <>M lettering, and will be in r Weather t Serge
Admin: ) liiRjjin.-ou i was tl-' host ala to he \H'i;hCII and) mcasure-l and not i g MAKES GOOD LIVING EASY I 'I f '
I charge of competent drivers who I Clothing s>>< ;-' and
d. li,;htftil hncheJu'e.iterdJ: )" la| pound of merchandise will be put _) 'r :t .' ..4ready.
I know the city thoroughly and some of ",, '):; I is noVl %
t aboard the Kt't.rst.re.Th. on it. Other scales of the latest I JiNr 7 t SicilianCoats
whom have been in Mr. Jacoby's employ r p
.- iiimiral! v.a.s aaMstod by Pla?I design and moot perfect accuracy occupy I C' < a
for
I I.iom.-naut (;eor c H I I"\an-i and places at convenient intervals years. It Saved His Leg.P. An tk i i' r t }
I I The formal opening of this new ,
on the counters. Near the front A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ga., Assortment .i.# 5 and
--- -- ---- -- -- I had
store wig be on Thursday morn
'
stands: a glass case containing sam- suffered for six months with a frightful I 11.\ Vests.
m next, April 2nd, at which time a f
? consistingof r
A Plor ERRf4)BRGtlANT i: pies: of spiced, rolled and pickled running sore on his leg; but r4 x,. '
cordial invitation ended to those t : Styles
.o
j salon, halibut herring, codfish, and I writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve d t
who have in t been Mr. Ja I Crash \ 1 1
year.t;
mackerel hill' further back is 10i holly cured it In five days. For I I ILinen r Correct,
i coby's customers ts well as the pub 'j V
Ulcers Wounds Piles it's
[ rated two largo refrigerators. One i the best .' k Quality
lie generally, when souverirs suitable salve in the world. Cure gauranteed. Flannel
[ for butter exclusively, the other for
i to the occasion! will bj distributed. Only 25 cts. Sold by W. A. D'Alem- and and
t j other perishable goods such as cheese ] berte, druggist, 121 South Palafox HomeSpun 'b

Brighfs) Disease and DiabetesAre i sausages meat, etc. In the street T Prices

Positively Curable. I rear of the store are kept the Tragedy Averted. Coats and } Always

heavier goods; and here are piled and "Just in the nick of time our little

I stacked barrels of flour meal, beans boy was saved" writes :Mrs.: W. BEAUTIFUL WRITINGPAPERREASONABLY. Trousers.JOS.. Right

Adolph\V> !"'. tho well known rloneir: of CSGwnMrott i rice sugar silt grits ic., sacks of WatkIns, of Pleasant City, Ohio.

Han Francisco,oue of tbtfoum!. I corn :and coffee, boxes of meat soap, "Pneumonia had played sad havoc t

ers of Ihfl CaUfora a Cracker Company interviewed starch, soda, and canned .
goods
; with him and a terrible cough set 1
ih'clmb'r11l1l! :
brooms, buckets, and everything to in besides. Doctors treated him. i
V Will you pt null us lo ncr to you is. one Time
of those cured of diabetes ly the Fulton Compounds maKe a complete! stock.A I but he grew worse every day At was when Papyrus or Paperwas I

f 'I' separate room has been provided length we tried Dr. King's New Discovery an expensive luxury. ,

A-You nmy. It ought to be known-.1 have ,Ibn which to Keep oil thus doing away for Consumption, and our dar Only the very wealthy could afford
told a great many about It myself. sound and to write letters in those COLEMAN
ling was saved. He's now days.
Q-You tumid It bard to convince them I with a wry objectionable feature in ,
A Only tlu-so cured can b<-... ..eu"ily.'tlU some stores, here the oil coming in well." Everybody ought to know, Now the cost of production has

.tll bare great diTculty In making people belie..e j contact with the groceries leave an it's the only sure cure for Coughs, been figured so low that almost any

It. I unpleasant; odror. Colds and all Lung diseases. Guaranteed one can afford Pretty Paper. ;iy-CLOTHIER,-@

fr Q-Had physicians diagnosed your case MA. by W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 S. Take for instance, our 25c boxes.
Glabctl tt A large wartroora has been provided

.-Several. The LMnrT* w.re al.o as uteri I in which will be kept at all times Palafox street Price 50c. and $1.00. We have a dozen styles to select L li2 Smith Palafov, ,Jl.A.1. IViiMicola) I'lori.la.
IU.nl to sleep with my band under iuj back to from. -
t sustain me so I could rest. j grain; feed stuff and meats to fill anydemand. Trial bottles free.
Q-'low long before you began: to improve Rough paper or smooth paper, ruled
'.-It took bold .lowly-It must tare been NOTICE.
..'\'erllllrN'ks.. I paper or unruled paper, white paperor
Among the specialties which will
)
f Q.-How long before you were fully retired! colored JAMES HUGHES
A-About arPD[ be handled and which will be always Regular communication Pensacola paper. ,
I ij-Can you recall any you told about it? I I And of them
A.-One ..... m Mrs. L)., a held of our in the fresh and guaranteed: are Kennedy's Lodge Xo. 42, F & A. M., Thursday every ope a paper
country Her trouMo was UrigM's D.!>Cae. that will lend a correct tone to almost
She, too,recovered.nyoth I buiscuits and cakes; Van Duzens, I inght; April 2, 8 p. m. Visiting brethren -
Q-\ ,'r? Dodson & Braun's. Sauers and Bur- any kind of correspondence.Of .

A. wa-A swollen lady\friend with In Jropsv Windsor.,ani Sccoma I sent hr CountT. the. I I nt-It's extracts; Potter and Bright I cordially .invited.B. C. T UNISONV.. M. course we have .lower-priced BOILER[ AND MACHINE I N [ IBIS.
Iirlght's Ii>r ... < ompound; the second dozen papers, and there are some beautiful
completely r* Uirin.ber. I on's fine canned goods, the best that T. If, FLEETWOOD, Sec.

Of Q drifrhi-* bat Disease do you think and Diabetes now of the* curability I are put up; Dove, Swift, Armour, high-priced boxes at 10c .that .will

A Cur-s await those who will take these I Berkshire and all leading brands o! please the most fastidious .corres-
Compounds for a suOUent length of time GRAY, GOODMAN & RADER WISH
m :lts. pendent BOILERS AND MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Medical TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC All the latest shades and shapes of
: works agree that PHzhfs Dftelllll' Dod'on and Braun's, Ilemtz & Co's,
and inabetes are incurable but K per cent are writing at
BIG SPRINGOPENINGOF paper
positively recovering under the Fulton Com- and Bayles pickles, preserves, catsups THAT THEIR Sol to 807 South Palafox St.

p.and>Wlds.rhcumat.nn(Oommoa otter forms but of hon kidney re complaint..lttance ) vinegar, chowchow &c. At ore's FINE MILLINERY WILL TAKE .
Prlc\ It far tt. Ilrtghfs Disease and IIM tor and Fox PHONE 123 and 292. POSTOFFICE BOX *W
mince meat plum pudding; WEDNES-
AND
TUESDAY
the Piabdilo Xitopound John J. HIlton Co PLACE J. M. GOE'S .
d Mont : Ban Francisco, and Mansfield butter -- '
ucry l ureet solecompounders. River Creamery his :Scent
31st AND APRIL 1st. label for
Free test made for patient I DAY, MARCH Hudgin new style
1)escr1puve pamphlet mailed trta oleomargarine and cooking butter; BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER Good Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per cigar will Interest you.

Franci H. Leggett & Go's premiercan thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO.

HANNAH EROS. goods, extra fine; Menier's chocolates We will launder your spreads for 203 South Palafox Street Gunther' Candies at
IS cc&ta each and make them look Try
Agents for Pensacola, Fla. and cocoa. A full line of sar- like uw. Star Laundry PEXSACOLA, Fla Try The New. WANT COLUMN. Solomon''M ..





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