The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 24, 1903
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


Pensacola is the seat of government for the westernmost city in the westernmost (Escambia) county of Florida. Since the colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was one of Florida’s four largest cities, with a population exceeding ten thousand. The Pensacola Daily News began publication in 1889. The editors pledged to "be Democratic, conservative but yet sufficiently aggressive to give weight to [the Daily News’] remarks." By March 1897, the Daily News had increased its circulation to 1,500. The Pensacola Journal, begun as a weekly, remained its main competitor. Among the bigger stories the Daily News covered was the 1891 dedication of the Confederate Monument in Lee Square and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. Pensacola’s Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them Theodore Roosevelt. In the years that followed, Pensacola continued to expand. 1908 saw the completion of a new Spanish Renaissance City Hall. Around this time, the Daily News was followed by the Pensacola Evening News. The exact year of the transition is uncertain as the Pensacola Evening News continued the numbering of its predecessor. The earliest verified edition of the Pensacola Evening News dates from April 6, 1908. In 1910, when its population reached 23,000, Pensacola erected its first skyscraper--the ten-story American National Bank building, constructed the San Carlos Hotel, and raised a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had twenty-one miles of paved streets. The first modern hospital opened in 1915, and by 1924 the city’s fire department was entirely motorized. In that same year, the Pensacola Evening News merged its operations with the Pensacola Journal then under the leadership of John H. Perry. For the next six decades, the two papers continued to report the city’s news, the Journal in the morning and the News in the evening.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1889.
General Note:
Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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'T.E I,cJANA: | LEVEES ARES of the residents of the lower portionof I :Monroe, it need not go into the next !
the city to vacate their homes. I American Review Mr. Thomas F. I f.ght discouraged, for whether it : DEATH OFGAPT l :; t { itti'hf

s',_ ',G LIKE STONE WALLS, I Ryan, of New York, has an interest.I wins this time or not it will pare! the TIVE AND IS MADE BY THJ( 'f U I ,.

..',E ON THE COAST SITUATION UNCHANGED IN '; ing article on "The political; Opportunity ) way for a gr at victory over extravagance COf-i : '
unreasonable taxa'ion and HUTCHINSON ?
GREENVILLE VICINITY.. of the South. )Ir. Ryan is f -

.- ON' MEET A FEARFUL I southern centralization of )power. ... .'t'f
Greeniiile: Miss., March 23.-The a man Ever since his resilience NECTION WITH THOSE SUITS. ,. 'I
.. river situation remains unchanged no: in New York during whichhe Says Mr. Ryan: I .l-- i I', :,' .
"The people of the South have DIED YESTERDAY AT THE i W
breaks being! reported to the levee has been signally: successful in "
board this morning. The river con: business, he has rranitested a keen I jsutferel I federal enough pnw'r-fn"n'from the the abuse ot London. March 23.-:Mrs. Florence OF HIS SON ON EAST GREGORY I I 11511: l';' r.JI. ; r t- J"IiI' f''

March 23.-Special tinues to rise, anti now reads: 48lj,I interest in I the welfare and progress presenceof Maylrick\ the American woman who i \ .' (I

and a slow rise is expected by old river ; I of the South. lie is a practical bus t'nited! States deputy marshals at was convicted at Liverpool in 1898 on STREET. lij.\j.. ,;" ,4''I/ .'/'i'j. {

men until Friday or Saturday. This iness man, well informed on the political their elbows when they are seekingto i; I" ; .

.gym; river continues too morning at 2 o'clock some alarm was I o and economic conditions of gou-rn themselves, from the intervention the charge of poisoning her husband, ;) i t.,:, '' ". tf

Memphis and to occasioned by a telephone message o the country, and when he writes he of federal courts: to foist James Maybrick) by arsenic, and Thomas W. Hutchinson died yesterday ; ... :' r r i \...,;- .'

-itajjes this morning from lieulah stating; the levee had I 1 has something instructive to say. upon them laws and decisions which whose sentence of death was commuted at the home of his son. W. H. ,1 'I'. f' i

given away Dr. J. T. Atterbury, president Mr. Ryan dwells at length upon) would not be enacted. by their own to penal servitude for life, will be Hutchinson, on East Gregory street. \Il' j ":' I = .1 j ,

of the levee board, went at the importance of the South forminga legislatures and could not be en released in 1i.0 J. He was born in Newnan, Walton i!: j I I. rf, }

7 "bets a fall of 1.1 foot once to the place, and upon his returnhe political alliance with the Eastern forced by their local courts-to make The announcement comes from the cuonty, Ga., on January :30: 1821, and ri j r,. '. )"

i- .: '.1 y ;morning: Memphis said that no danger existed and and Middle Western states, lettingthe them think twice before giving their home office, which now authorizes her served with distincton in the Confederate t. f l '' tJ I. t

a ; <>f r1s1; {.bur;;. .V.3, a 1 the excitement was caused by the levee far Western states, which are sanction to the further extension of Washington lawyers to use the facts :I army having attained the rank: ,{. l' '. a., '
federal authority.It 1
Ni"Orleans, 1') J, arise sluffing off near the crown, which logically republican severely alone. of her release next year as a reason of captain. I j 1 1't : '
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frightened the negroes working on the he shows that the southern states will be a day of dark portent for I 1 for securing the postponement of the Mr. Hutchinson had been in poor f : :. : 'i

i levee, who quit work and spread the can if they will have a tremendous the future when the federal government trial of the law suits bearing on the health for more than a year, the Immediate ,., .J < tj ,'J

report that the levee was breaking.All influence in the next national democratic lays its heavy hand on every prisoner's interest in land In Ken cause of his death was :t, 41 I ,) iI t ,
fA'LROADS:' WEST OF MEMPHISARE man's shoulder and reaches down 't ,
is quiet there now and Engineer convention-so much so, indeed tucky, Virginia and West Virginia paralysis. : of t "4 .

STILL UNDER WATER. Shackleford has the situation well as to prevent an unwise nomination into his private business and his until! she is able to personally testify. The deceased is survived by four .tj '';'!.; .t.

Tenn., March 23.-A full in hand. i They are. in other words household life. Therefore, against Those who are in a position to children H.Hutchinson, Mrs. J. ,.t.I ,1} II e j" .

balance of and have within these new follies of budding state know that Home W. Ginsles, :Mrs. W. J. Costa and. i / ki :
!'i l of a foot WP.S; nll*,lln thetore the power say Secretary Ak- t
broad if socialism the democratic party of Mrs. J. B. Roberts. lIe also leaves a \,' 'l"'l"t
,. ] this moinuv., the! of their reach the powers ers-Douglass has shown great courtesy l I:
TWO CONTRACTSARE only they will grasp the opportunity. the union can afford! to array itself in connection with the suits now large circle of friends. 1: :1 : '
ro-vl'n< :;9.;: Its bo "
IRC; r with
and in sucha
Of the M4 delegates to the next unflinching faith pending in America, that the decisionto :Mr. Hutchinson was among the old. : I';

lat a rapid decline: will AWARDEDHENRY contention, he says, 4'JS will constitute movement the democrats of the release Mrs. :Maybrick was entirelydue f'stlasnns: in the state, having become t; # I ; it 4'1'

tomonow, and s\ Icu the wn a majority ard 003; will be South should be the leaders. Suchan to efforts! on this side of the Atlantic a member of that order in 41! I : 1,!

''i a of :.57'1.2 feet all I needed to make up the two-thirds attitude would be in harmonywith and that Ambassador Herbert Prattvillo. Ala., thirty years a?o. tiP [ ;! ',

this territory: will have: the best aspirations of the The funeral will take place from the 'Wit; ,1r.'f
MONK GIVEN CONTRACTFOR required to nominate candidates tinder has been called upon to act in this < I

I the acknowledged rule. More democracy of the future." I matter. residence of W. H. Hutchinson at 4 II; \\r- : 1 !.I
I i i III"? to It)'nll! the low
CONSTRUCTING A LAVATORY than one-third of the convention o'clock this afternoon, the interment I. .: !.
ts: from the break at *.
would be constituted by C32:: delegates being made in St. John's cemetery. r+ qw 1, f I ;i iI .
and many refugees:
therefore, as the southern EXCITEMENT : 'i
S 1j('I'i!. The I tents I : I '
states, including :Maryland, Delaware 'h
''iv the government .j ,
Bids were opened at ,Fort Bananas and the other border states, will have WILL RETURN ;; % ;
,'. i' and the city aui .
Saturday for the construction at Fort a total of 338 votes by standing together I CELEBRATE I
I -! a camp for the INJARACASCONGRESS
:Mc-Uae of a lavatory. There were their delegates can alone TO MONROEVILLE fi i

only two bidders, Chas. H. Turner and prevent an unwise nomination. \ i
,1 Memphis are I I. !
Henry }Monk Mr. Turner receiving "The southern democrats will receive I j
-', i I... ,1,' ji.i! thin; can boi REFUSES TO ACCEPT THE FIFTH ANNUAL CELEBRATION l
the contract for plumbing in the offi- a puwerful support from the : f''i
;1'' ii. >1:1"f: r.-iainnsj; their
cers' quarters and electric wiring! in northern states and especially from THE RESIGNATION OF PRESI / OF DEWEY DAY IN GRAND +
'! uiiMl: ih tliii'l reteeds.
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the lavatory.On those of the East and :MiddleVest" SAYS ALFRED DAVIS, CHARGED {. "(1
TI!., II"r,. n!1 r"'!>!ui ,lm3 the levees DENT CASTRO. STYLE.
the construction of the lavatory, says the writer, "if they will cast .
> r. 'L.!' \\III"W* have occurred I WITH MURDER. 1$ r :
:Mr. Turner bid $3, Monk their influence in favor of conservative -
v IP. ..j.'iI..H.' atlio sand drle3
bidding f2,975.00. Mr.I Monk received candidates and measures. Theeastern f l 1i
:' v\ .tinI t f ,.,',malo' of the re- Caracas, March 22.::! -The news of Dewey Day, May 1, will be celebrated f :
this portion of the work.F'orpl'tmbinginthe of states alone
I ''' ,"'. 'U nit;:, ii.. made immediate this scale thanever Alfred Davis, colored, who was arrested I
officers' the President's resignation created intense year on a grander
quartersMr. New York,
England, i { I
.i' I" ir.'!l.nmury !surveys: arc before. It will be the fifth yesterday at the Union depot 1 N
excitement in circles
T09 and ITIonk's political E
,. : Turner's bid was $ I New Jersey and Pennsylvania, will I
\ i '.i \\ i:i \Ii dosetl, by the '
bid but the city remained quiet. celebration of this event, and its by Deputy Sheriff Brewton and Police t
,, :\ $S30;; the former being have ;:;2 votes in the convention,
n. rh > routes best accepted.For and with the South would make up Later, a night session of Congresswas observance this year will be celebrated Officer Jones, was carried 10 Me- j !
:p" .uit-ncc:i of levees. wiring the lavatory for electric a total of 390 votes. In order to obtain held and r resolution was adop- by the Ancient Order of Hiberni David yesterday at noon to appear before i,, ,

lighting, Mr. Turner was also successfnl. the remaining 73 votes required I'll. requesting President Castro to reconsider ans who have annually celebrated a committing magistrate for! d; K i t

hEW ORs-CANS CAN STAND whilelr: his resignation in view of Uewey's victory Manilla: bay commitment [
his bid being $GS, to make two-ehirds of the national k
THE MAXIMUM RISE. the critical condition of the republic The usual parade in the morningwill Davis, who is wanted in Monroe- ",
.. :Monk's was $123.JUMPED ;;. I contention, it would be necessary to
:larch :23.:: -With of confidence in his be given, with sports, dancing vine Ala.
.. look to such states in the Middle and a vote for killing a negro woman I j' ,
r" i !" ? -, on the main 1 and band in the afternoon L' '
West as Indiana with 30 votes, Illinois policy was passed unanimously. A concerts several weeks ago, confessed his t a .

:,." Irivt'r i: continues to FROM with 51 t tIichigan: with 2S, committee was appointed to trans. and at night at Kupfrian's parks crime yesterday to County Jailer.., *, $ t

Today the gauge!; I Minnesota with 22 and Wisconsinwith mit this resolution to the President the present itinerary docs not Joseph liobe and said that he was ; 4 : tt

a rise of a tenth in 0 MOVING TRAINYOUNG 26.! The delegates of Indianaand today. In view of the reasons for the have the war vessels leave portIntil willing to return to Monroeville with. ; 'i

,1 r (i-. If the present Illinois with those of the South resignation given in the presidential some time after :May 1, the Hibernians out requisition papers. {,I 1 j' '

1 < ,miiimed: the weather and East would constitute two- message, it is believed in political \have appointed committees to invite Sheriff Smith has received a telegram I4

.' -i' j !1"\ will be realized PAINFULLY convention and give circles that President Castro will retain the marines and blue jackets from the sheriff of that place 1. V
MAN NAMED LONG thirds of the
> .. The temporary le1 from the ships to particpate in the .
to the presidential office. stating that he would come at once
overwhelming preponderance any
.,1 i I l'ivn built along the INJURED AT CENTURY policy upon which those states The delegation appointed by Con- big parade in the forenoon. for Davis and bring ,him back to thoscene :r' fl E f'-.

i u:' '1.' are now high thePresident's of his crime to stand trial. '
agreed. Illinois and Wisconsin or the gress called at noon today at
i u..l this maximum and YESTERDAY.Dr. .
i mr: ,> group made up of Indiana, :Michiganand residence and transmittedto WOULD CUT HIS ,, t
would also be sufficient Castro the resolution, unanimously '
\ : l :r.-,h levee breaks has STOLE WHISKEY : E
with the South and East, to adopted by Congress, refusing to accept if !
r ",1.'' : '. 'ay. As a matter of F. G. Renshaw L> & N. physician his resignation and requestinghim HEART OUT |b.4..4

'.'. '' ,.., trilling break sixty attended a young white man make two-thirds. V
reconsider his decision. President AND CIGARS
to -
.. who The News some time ago had some
\\: "'. ru.T t the damage from named Long yesterday afternoon
Castro in declined to
the importance of an
11 ; and the was injured by jumping from a mov comments upon ?;
alliance between the South and change his mind, but after being urged *
;: -' ', '! -. .i:, m I'oncordia. all Lou ing train at Century. Two of the
East, and advising! against any efforts by his personal friend, ue offeredto MORNING NATHAN SCOTT ARRESTED YES'J I4 r i
'-.>',i ', t? ,love,; the river have sus young man's teeth were knocked out BY MAYOR JONES THIS .
towards alliance with the present another message to Con- #
'".'.. and his jaw bone fractured by striking an j .
+ "'riiii against them. TERDAY MORNING ON A WARRANT
which will AN OLD OFFENDER.Sam ,
West. Mr. Ryan shows that not only gress, meet on Thursday, ;
'K l
!. "-i t itieinirasing information a pile of lumber. $
is wise and productive to suggest a solution. '
r" '-T', 'h\:?. Fifth district, where lie was taken to the home of his such a policy SWORN OUT BY MORRIS *J
results, but that a The French warship Troude has
:,'"-. :. \"I', in the State exist. cousin E. \V. Barwick\ on East La of good X's'
Tl" united South really holds the con left La Guayra. Her departure is Danby, JL. young negro man, DANNHEISSER. 4
::1. '! Rua street.BASKET.
promises to hold 1 firmly
.' trolling power. He suggests, among taken as indicating that there is no was fined $10 in the police court this rc, 4
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of tae flood has pass- l
the policies which at the present reason to fear international complications morning for threatening Nick Polizo, o
: 'Ii
: : however the strain
s BALL to the as a result of President Castro's a Greek fruit dealer. .
:. "., time would bring strength )Nathan Scott, colored, was arrested
i- d in the lower reaches Jti
'! '. I f.. r party, the following: resignation. Danby threatened to kill Polizo because yesterday by Station Keeper Geo. l t' u

7! AT DE FUNIAKPENSACOLA'S First-A modern tariff for reve- the latter would not neglecthis Stockinger on a warrant charging t,' fit
1\ '" "\ "f the break in front ofai' ASSUMPSIT DAMAGES 1 =
domestic business to hand the negro a him with f
without prejudice to being a dangerous and suspicious
L'I : .. nue,
; colonial residence of ARE PLACED AT $600.
T.. < industries. watch. The negro made a practiceof character. In the police court'
'--"J I I.: "" Collector Howell,
nue .
S'cond-A sound currency. calling at the Greek's place of business this morning Scott was turned over to
f l.t.: "' !L.l i-vho. has been to greatly CLASSICAL SCHOOL Geo. H. McFadden & Bro. filed suit

h 1T t: '.i I.afourche. The bayou Third Modern in public expendi- in the office of the clerk of the circuit for the purpose of threateninghim the county authorities to await a pre t)
TEAM WON SATURDAY'S GAME tures. and on his last visit he told the liminary hearing which will be held
a'! ''1 1I'n the Atlantic
court yesterday against
">?'r three! feet at Thibodeaux r
of the fed- proprietor that he would cut his[ heart tomorrow
Fourth-The restriction morning. J4 f ti
10013y I l' is feared the Howell resi- BY A CLOSE SCORE. Compress Company, a corporation, { :

I' !lr,' w,.' cThe town of Thibo- eral government in its legitimate for assumpsit damages amounting to out. Later a warrant was sworn out by ,tiE .
daax functions and opposition to the fur Danby is well known in police circles Morris Dannheisser charging Soott
. unut i suffer $ 1
r Th' ther extension of its powers over and has been before Mayor with having stolen a box of cigars and ;
r O':1: ht'rn Pacific does not ex- The basketball team of the Pensa- Blount & Blount are attorneys
lct the acts and Industries of the peopleof Jones several times before. a bottle of whiskey from his place of ; '
:ts n. tm line to be interrupted by cola Classical School defeated the De the plaintiffs. '
I u the states. business on South Palafox street. r
t "ar this break. Funiak Athletic Association team in
There are certainly strong grounds Burnett' Vanilla Extract has outlived Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat Biscuits +

.i"- LPPER MISSISSIPPI----- that city Saturday by a score of 11 upon which the democratic party criticism. It is the finest and purest and Force with Cream at Sol TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY +

BEGINS TO RISE AGAIN. to 10,1The strongly united can afford to make vanilla extract that can be bought Oman's Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet ", ,
Classical School boys have arranged Thlllicnatore PfRf I.
Ur, "?.. \\-is.. March 23.-The the next fight. It will have, according Once tried, always used. box. 250. fDK 011 evert 1' s,
a game for Thursday night, A Guaranteed Cure for Pitts.Itching .
&.>> 'i'l,; ricer is rising rapidlyazrn to the present outlook, a weaker ,B.Ih
when they will play a team from the Roosevelt than the The ladies are cordially Invited to Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Shredded Wheat Bis a'
a:! point, the stage being battleship Iowa. Tho game will be opponent in hats Ptlet. Your draggUt will refund your cults and Force with Cream at Sol f
It inspect Spring pattern on
Bo -'. a rise of 13 inches since Sat. republicans would like to see. my money If PAZO OINTMENT falls to care 0 oman's. ;
hall and
played in tie armory com Wednesday and Thursday :
t'y amount of ammuni- Tuesday, SOcenti
T's! is a foot over last year's will have ;you
k* mence at 8 o'clock.MaltaVita to the trusts March 24, 25 and 26. .Mrs. N. Bowers. t
WI''r mark. Portions of Pet- .. tion in its opposition TO CURE A COLD LI ONE DAY r ; t sTakeLatst1ve13romoQutnfneTablets.
r.. 1 .'r'; and their grasping policy. If the Piso's Cure will cure your. cough, aeraggtets I
: : the city's principal sum Shreaded Wheat Biscuits Malta-Vita Shredded Wheat Biscuits All

r*. are under water, and a and Force with Cream at Sol- democratic party will stand by the and Force with Cream at Sol- relieve serenes o" the lungs, and help refund the money if it falls ; l c
are. E. W. tirore'i signature Ii on '
difficult breathing. t
"N : ,' :-+h.t or more will force many oman's. I teachings of Jefferson, Madison Oman's. box. %;:ie. iiP

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Very Trying Especially on the Run Down, PROBLEM OF THE THOMAS W. York, March 23.-The British M 1rY

Overworked and Weak cruiser Pallas! has seized the Venezuelan

The World Famous Spring Tonic warship Restaurador on the tia.y s

and Stimulant, ground that she is a privateer, cables -for infants and Children.

( From the Boston Globe.) the Herald's representative at the Castoria h n. l:1rmlf's substitute for Cu"tor Oil, Prn

There seems to be much controversy Port of Spain, TrInidad. gone. Drops end So'tbtu Syrnp It is 1"1'a-.lllt.:
as to the proper names for the The case against the Restauradorcites contains neither Opiunl IIorphino nor other \arcrtic It
lnb>.tauc It destroys Voriits anti
i MAFFY'S masts of the six-masted schooners and allan Ft't'ri..lltw '
that soon after she was handed It cures jarrhtl'a and 1Viud CoB('. It"reli.'w... Tt'"in
a the seven-masted Thomas "'. Lawson. over to the Venezuelan authorities by ? Troubles and cure Constipation, ft r" ;ulatt'. the

The suggestion that the masts of the German Commodore she began Stomach ainl Bonl.Inn:: healthy and natural :-li-.n,

The-standard of purity and excellence for the Lawson be named for the days acts of piracy and robbery on the The Children' I'aiiacea-Thc 3Iothers Friend p

roo nearly half a century. It is just what you needto of the week has not been accepted. high seas. It is charged that she The Kind You Have Always
build up your system,after the lone, tedious Bough
it sound shout such
"How would to
seized the of vessels and then
strain! of Winter. DUFFY'PURE lULl WHIS- cargoes
KEY has no equal. It contains not a drop of orders as these;' said our captain dismantled and abandoned the craft.A 1 Bears the Signature oft
"Fusel! Oil" the most dangerous ingredient
Lower the
which is found in other whiskies "FurlWednesday away Port of Spain newspaper says

Thursday peak! Reef Monday! anda editorially of the Rest:urador's course:

Cures "La Grippe"in lot of stuff like that" "Such piratical acts prove the un

one night. Take a tablespoonful of"Duffy's"in Some seafaring iren and ship own wisdom of generosity of the allied
a glass of water or milk every two hours. It ers say that the masts should be des .
prolongs life. Ask your doctor. powers. #
... ignated as fore, main mizzen, spanker The paper the hope that
,6 Robust at 104. expresses In Use For Over 30 Years.

TOTTXSESD MILLER, Jamaica L, t., writes: jigger, driver and pusher, but the retributive justice will be swifter and rNr er"nu. teaeaae. n MU....e+am, ...W.0."("'TY ;
"Though 1 am now past 104 years of ape, I am captains of the only three six-masters more effective than on the last occa
1 to-day as strong and healthy I was 50
as yean ----- -
afloat and the seven-master Lawsondo ---------------
ago/ and still able to do a good day's work.: I
1 ( attribute health vigor and treat to the' not concur.
my ace
constant u<:o of a little JJufi'y's Pure Malt! Whis : was formerly the graac- I W. B.
John G. the i : WRIGHT
Capt. Crowley managing -
American GOIDPAjy Y
( $jI keydeilyformany yean. It has kept me free I yacht Atlanta. She was -n. !' ,
V from disease and prolong my life 25 year. I'I owner of the Crowley fleet said built for Jay Gould.A j .\ I I
Dutry's i+ the greatt-it medicine in the worM that the spanker mast is the aftermost \
1 ) godsend to oil people, ant I will never Lewithout I }\\I'i\ E't MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS ls
it"DUFFY'S mast of a vessel, no matter how -
PURE MALT WHISKEY cures consumption !I, many masts the craft may have, and Night Alarm. ; "r LUMBER
coughs: colds, grippe bronchitis Worse than an alarm of fire at t''t
pneumonia catarrh asthma, malaria and [ he believes that the proper way to :
h all low C.t'\.". It ail diction, stimulates designate the masts is to number night is the brassy cough of croup, llli-"I- 4 SAWED! CYPBE3S
and enriches thebloniluulcjcanaos the system f 11t| SfllHGlK-firfr: ::1 ilii.
from perms of everyde..cription. It invigorates (them between the third or mizzen which sounds like the children'sknell I
the brain inure% refrf-hin? sleep, keeps the mast and the last mast. i and it means death unless I[ -. PEX 'ACOr.A. FIA

s old yuun='aul the young strung The matter has apparently Lo'n' something Is done quickly. Foley's ,I

On Account of its Absolute Purity ,I I settled to the satisfaction of those ,. Honey and Tar never fails to give
over 7.000 loading doctors prescribe and indol''eI: I most interested, and the names of the I instant relief COALAD!
and quickly cures the WfjijD.
it as the only absolutely! pure alcoholic stimulant -i ,
known to the medical profea-ion. Nearly masts of schooners are as follows: worst forms of croup. Mrs.P. L. Cor- I

every prominent hospital uses it exclusively Two-master, fore and main; three- dier, of : WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A
,pe a $ when a stimulant or tonic i is required. I Jlannington, Ky., writes: i MUCH LA RGER TRADE
q { a Many clergymen UP DtFFY'S PLRE HALT master fore main mizzen and spanker "My three year old girl had a severe THIS WINTER THAN EVE

'. for medicinal and family purposes. I I ; fi>.e-master: fore, main mizzen case of croup; the doctor said she TEFCRE
y A receive thou amlsof written endorsements
from grateful patients who haveWn cured by No. 4 and spanker; six-master! fore, could not live. I got a bottle of Fo SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW

:1 a xr a, DL'FFY'S PL RC H.\L T.Write for our Free Book.CATTION' I I main, mizzen No. 4, No. ;3 and spanker ley's Honey and Tir; the first dose .

P .\Vhen you ask for Duffy's Pure I ; seven-master fore, main mizzen, gave quick relief and saved her life." Thompson Olsen tS C
; a, I
+ t >r : Malt Whiskey be sure you pet the penuine. I ,.
Unscrupulous dealers mindful of excellence No. 4, No. 5, No. 6 and spanker. Refuse substitutes. W. A. D'AIem- I
M of this preparation will try to sell you cheap Manresa Street
berte, 121 S. Palafox street Telephone
w imitations and so-called Malt Whiskey substitutes _. ,_ -"- _
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.__ which are put on the market for profit Heroes of the Engine Room. -- --- -- -=<
only, and which far from relieving the sirk, Mrs N. ESTABLISHED 1862.
Bowers will have her
are positively barmful. Demand "Duffy's" Nobodyho has not been to sea can open.
and be sure you get it. It is the only absolutely ing cf new Spring Millinery -"'- '-
imagine all the things that can hap.
,1 pure malt whiskey which contains medicinal, McKENZIE OERTING
health-giving qualities. Duffy's sold only in bottles,our own special shaped pen to a ship's machinery nor properly Wednesday and Thursday, March 24, & CO.,
t this picture Never in bulk or flasks. Look for the trademark,"The Old Chemist," on
the label. estimate the cleverness and ingenuity 25 and 26. ? ,., .... ,., ... t...... a --DIALZU- 0
The genuine Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is sold by all druggists and grocers ordirect, used up in repairs. The youth
at tl.OO a bottle. Write fur free medl1111K..kltt.conuiininz symptoms and treatment of who leaves his shop full of wonderfuland Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
Wt each disease and convincing testimonials. Dully Malt Whiskey Company,Hochester.X Y.m MEAT & MALT has a marvelous ,
costly machines has another com dietetic value. While refreshing and
plete education waiting for him at sea pleasant to take, it helps assimilation eoa AND eos a.! PALAFOX 8THttT.
l .,
: Chicken Pox and Smallpox. Baling CD I'
: of food told: byDANNHEfriBER A.GENOY
The of chicken klU-Iien in tile wonderful things that can be
eruption pox has an Every have a set of
''ff Imperfect resemblance to that of small- the little brown earthenware cups thatcome accomplished in time wi.u a plain ordinary ; BROS. REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'8 HONH C01
I pox, but can never be mistaken for it for custards and other bakings.iVpoveiN ; hammer and chisel a rather | ,

l>y the experienced eye. In smallpoxthe art delicious! baked in them worn-out rile, and a great deal of injgenuity. i 3 ut'n 6srdxi fuifi! QS[| jKiicji lostronints> Skirts, littiri, finGOMPARYS !

eruption of papules first appearson as an also soft corn bread rice muffins ; : I should like to have been !, I i : LOO9, KTO.
the forfU'ad the "papules" always j ami other luncheon breads. Furpolxvers |! I I CASTOR I
., aboard that steamer disabled in the I I C. McKenzis Oertln Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Am
become "bladders, and the latter always sift together a cupful of Hour. 1 cilltlo ,
For Infants ::
and Children.
Red Sea, where they look a boat
;} develop Into pustules-that is, a ic.t.-pvnilul uf baking ]under tend n 11.1'1'
} sooner or later their contents get little salt. Add gradually, hUrriug all I vit, straightened it out in a rivet the Rind You Have Always Bongr; I

1 r changed Into pus. Then the center of the time, a scant cupful of milk. Seat and made a new boiler feed-pump pis- ? THE GARDEN SECTION

4 the I'ustules undergoes a peculiar sinking in a well whipped! egg and Drat the ton rod out of it, and went on a!;ain- Bean* the ;

that in some measure resembles the mixture fur some minutes with a lover or, better still, on the ship that lost : U1"ol I lfMkI a, o-or-o

depressions in a cushion or padded: e.'g; b,;tl'r. Have the cups hot and chair where the buttons" are soon. In : buttered. Pour in the batter and bake I, Poi.saoola.
i oft'rira
shaft off the west coast -
chicken pox there i is no RU--II uniform-i I tUrty-live minutes In a moderate oven
to replace inch they were obliged! to i We will launder apreuda for
Jty cf sequence, null the depressions areA The cups "I..uloillot. lie more than half your
15 Cents each and make them look Near East Hill Electric
I I Terminus.
at sent. filled as die batter rises. move her cargo, pump her forward Railway
n___ tikn K>W ritar LanmtryrUtie
1 compartments full to sink her b<,w ,
d Pimples, blackheads and muddy ----- and raise her stern out of water drag'',': I I Beautiful Lots for Sale.

complexion, which are so common 'I the broken :shaft several: tons in

among boys and girls at a certain o/XE weight, out through the long ailey i 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, according
11 age!; Indicate a torpid liver. A course
low and craned to stand inl),
of IlEPA TIC VilA will cleanse the up I I to location and surroundings.

system regulate the bowels and liver :' )plug up the hole behind it, drag in : I I -- --

and produce a clear, healthy complex. ADDSNfWPHASmTO the spare shaft and couple it up anti'! Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View
a ion Sold by all druggists. OLD DISHES lower the new propeller down over II i p P hoto8raphcj, High, Dry Fertile Lands.

; -- --- I the stern-all while sue kicked and )

wallowed in a heavy sea-and finally j ilOlH S. Palafox Street. The grandest opportunity for investment eve

had to lower the chief engineer over offered in Pensacola.

BH.RGH.INSFOR ti after the propeller!! wuere he sat tied j l!
to a flimsy staging making all fast and j Home Seekers Should See These Lots.

"-: 1 I secure while the vessel jounced him I II I Has returned and resumed: practice. j

T pup I I and down in tne sea till he bled at I I .A. Clubbs
trf I Office 22's West Government !St.,
SATURDAY MARCH 2 !, TO MARCH 27 1903. the nose and ears, and the crew kept) I Salisbury: Building. I .
I the sharks at bay with pistols
ij Telephone 143. t: Corner Garden and Brit Streets.
boat-hooks to. prevent them from eating !

Remember, these goods at the prices quoted him up before he finished the job. ,
That seventy-two hours in j
was a .
I President.
Yloe-Pre.ldent. Cash lor. Aii't Caibltr
:j', below have to be seen to be appreciated. which the young ant aspiring engineer 'I'' Grist and Corn Meal Mill

t might learn a host of valuable
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Ladies' Full Bleached Vests, the 40 in all Wool, Extra fine Twill and interesting things!-From "Be i| A. F. GONZRIiEZ & CO., Prep' i. First National BankU
t !
.' 10c. grade ....... .... ... .. 5c Serge, 75c value at. . 49c yd low the \Vater-IJne. by IVnjamin Manatsctc'er4JII01CEME.1I.ANDPUItFGItoLYi I
d Ladies' Full Bleache Vests the 100 Ladies Grey Walking Skirts, Crooks, in the April Scribnet's.What's I : : I I i

15c. grade, at..8 1.3c good value at $1.50 our price 98c STOCK FEKD.Futrcnlie }' PENSACOLA.: FLA.
" Ladies' Short Waist Corsets. J50 Ladies' All Wool Grey Walking in a Name I I Home industry for there .. i

. White, only I .. . .. . 24c j Skirts Latest style at . 24c Everything Is In the name when It every Stock reason feed from you the should Home buy Manuraoiarer your ;Met sag ,i X3XX: *.JRIOT 03FS.CJ lV7M.

( 200 yards Embroideries, Edges 150 Ladies' All Wool Etamine Walk. comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. '' tor Yourmooe.llleltlntbe BO doing yon encourage home commnnltj indoi. I i KSOWLE3.. V/ A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT. A' K. HYI" J

,.t and Insertions. Big value, yard 5c ing Skirts, colors grey and tan, II+ DeWitt & Co., of Chicago: discovered, cud IOU III torn are Indirectly beoeQted I D. G. BRENT,
In fostering( tnt home maunl8ctur"r jot
Men's, Ladies' and Children'sfast priced at. . . . . $.lA9j, some years ago, how to make a salve 1 sontrlbate tothecaaneof labor. You ow I I i

t+ black and tan hose, worth I Ladies Whit Lawn Shirt Waists, I j I i from Witch Hazel that Is a specifics;( It vblob to tbocommanityla ooQcriboipi: 0o voc wtlch topport.yon live ace i d G W t[ Sie ch A l td t.:!

t l 15c, cut to, pair. . . 8 1-3c embroidered front. Latest out i I(, for Piles. For blind, bleeding Itching I Fm1tn U u ,

10 doz Gent's Night Shirts Big I at . . . 49c, 74c and 99c and protruding Files, eczema, i i WEEKLY l C1I1h3t. 1-'t \

value at. . . . . 49c 10 doz Boy's Laundried Colored :|: cuts, burns bruises and all skin diseases :! rra t''f DIYISION t .
1 ;; Craw OP own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, !relat! "
10 doz. Ladies'Tab Collars,the 10c j{ Shirts at. . . . . . 23c DeWitt's Salve has no equal. PEN9AO,11\ ';'..::f"-'CCTI" "Jr A, ,
I Oa.niany. France, Austria, Italy: Holland, Spain, Belglam Rn &ia. 10 J"Iny
kind, at.. .. . . . . 5c :,10 doz Gent's Pat. Elastic Seam This has given rise to numerous I j u\t Gtv.5Y J'nu:k.v T
Sweden, Dert tar: airt -tihor! European countrIes
i 10 doz Ladies'Aplique Tab Collars, I Drawers at. . . . . 39 c i j worthless counterfeits. Ask for De- Tnn-! IUat<) t'eokiooU for tbs L.hl -- -- -
Baydadt,: Rsyou.v.srringtaaNevjr.!
25c goods at.. . .. .. 10c ,50 doz Gent's Lace Stripe Balbriggan Witt's-the genuine. Hargis Thar- and Fort b.r."DC.' at (t"Veasels Di'bnrsocl! cpon .h.. Most: Fatorable Terms, and 11I1! !

., Cent's and Ladies' Hemstitched I Shirts and Drawyers. Big macy, John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. I 10:00 8:80 m.arrlve.m.arrive at Fort Fort KarranoiM Harr.noa810:40 IlSa a.u B II I II Obligations after Vessel Taken Arrives Payable;tiere.CCTSafeity ai Port of estipatlon Ten or Fm @r. D&*l

Handkerchiefs at. . . 8 1.3c value at 75c suit our price 49c 1:p.m..rrlve at Kort Barrancai ltApji r
r 22x54 inch Extra Heavy Cctton I I Gent's Extra Heavy Blue Overalls nsu..u. F'itF\-n b'BFICLI |j 8.111:lSp.p.m.m.arriveai.rrIVt'.t Kort Fort Rarrancai Barrancai 'T.-'JOpn:15|) a Deposit Bozea for Rent in Connection

Towels at.. .. .. .. 8 1-3c I and Jumpers with or without i 'eaWop.marrlveatForIBarrsncai 8t3p.n with which we ham a Prira partznent for the UII
Tarns leave Fort Barrancaj for Pecia
I Ladies' Girdle Summer Corsets I Aprons at. ,. .._. . .98c suit Following ia tbe schedule of the I cola at of Renter

at ... ..... ..... .... .. ..... 49c : 401 none Better Extra Heavy Blue covernment steamer General French I IThich 7:16 a.m arrive at I'en..oota.___. 8:00 a,n ',I
UsW p m.arrive at Pen aoc! __.11:46 p,a
See our line of White Mercerized Overalls and Jumpers union THE NEWS print for the 2:00 p.m.arrive at Peasacola___ It6 p n I I I
leneflt of the merchant: who ship 5:00 p m arrive at ntacola___ 6ifl p t DR. KING'SNEW PROFESSIONAL OASD3.
out at made, warranted fast
Waisting nothing newer colors Tn.0p. m.arrive at Pensaools.1:45 p.
...... .. .... .. .. ....15 and 25c yd | and not to rip at.. .. .$1.98 suit heir goods to the various army "8:48 p. m,arrive a tPemaoola_ I: OB r TRY DISCOVERY : -- rr
;posts: Saturday only
10 pcs Mercerized Madras Ging- Ladies 4 Strap patent Colt's Skin Leaves Pensai-ola- ___.. _. j.-og a, m reads roa WC
hams at.... .., ...... .19c. the yd > Sandals, the latest creation and leaves Barrtn'In.."??_. ___ 7:5fla m to Fort Barrano6 relorn tt. FOR THAT COLD. I Office: 17 f 8. I'alafox.
Leaves Picking ___..____ .
8:00* m Pen!ala to Nary Yard and ratnrc_ p,
100 piecesfigured Lawns and Dim- I the same you pay $2.25. Our L Ueavei Barranca __ ___ 8:15 a. m. Peaiaenla to Palmetto 8..011 and retain if iSUXDAT TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Hone from I to 8:51 a. m. and 1 to i P- II
._ I
Learea Pensacola _
ities, new patterns at....5c the yd price. ... . .. . . $1,49Ladies' Arrive Barrancni- 11:10 a. m. and 10:15 a.then m. 'UB_DUD.. Cures Consumption.Coughs, and after o'clock
25 i nakei a trip to Fort McKee and then re-. When wontner permits tbe raaalnicoaebet. ,
pieces Madras Ginghams new | Oxfords Sandals and Colonials :urns to Rarranca open Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma
stripes and checks at... .... .. 9c \I in all the latest shapes, Learog Barrancas.._____ llap. mt'aves Leave Peniacola. Lv For Sarrhel' PneumoniaHayFeverPleu- I I'll o no GO.
Hickeni __ _____ 1:25 m -
1 40 In all Wool Cheviot Serge 75c plain and patent tips at {.ta.I" a.m. 10am.
tl s. m. if ,
grade at, ... . .. .. 49c yd 75c 99c $1.25 and $1.50 the pair Leaves Pickena Harrtnrai__5:30____and 6:15 p. m.Arrlve4 1pm. lEI.B m ;.' risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, | JOHN S. BEARD
i i'p p.m. mates I tp.m i n Sore Thriat
rip to McKe and return. ". n ,m Croup and
p .
1 -- On Wedne-d iysaudS'ttnrdij-s: I I 4.m fa I: Whoopbtj Cou h. Ii ATTORNEYATLAT.Office
JII: r II] coat wit leave Birrancas! via'Pick-! 511. m .e P.IK, *-WJ Thiesen Uulldn: ,.
fliC'F. E. in* for Fdnsaeola: at 6:30 p. m. 1 I p.m. 11.= NO CURE. MO PAY. .
BRAWNER The General French U for army eaasoeiato roar'If'rox H rraeai.r..II., Wavy I Prics5OC.andSl J. TRIAL BOTTLES F8EE i Office Hoar!*-8:30 a. m. to i p. -'::

>nrpes 3 only and any outsider must \and led rgtnrn____ ItII' 2:30: p. m. to 6:30/ p. m.
105 S. lire a pa*s from the quartermaster "!\J( 10 hlmeno 1810b sa6rut Cleaning ladies skirts ana W&lljtl! eoartaAll
Palafox St. Practice In all Ute and federal
i' take passage 01 her. rn- ______ I' ia one of oir specialties. Star Lann- business entruftd to m" wUI rec-'**
,0!r IIII' eired Itirlllp m. :dry. prompt and diligent attention.



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THE DAILY NEW:_ pINaCOLA,1r1.ORjDA_ ,'TUESDAY. !'MARCH+ ) 1903. II } 1 Iay.

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: -- .i'\i n. ;

When Roetgen's "X rays" were The Beer ('P, :: 'f) ; r. :

given to the world and people be- :ln1! it, t

V gan ta see their own skeletons and; I ", .

count the coins in a closed leather That Mader ':L Ltc: :t IfI

purse it began! to dawn Up6n mankind

that scarcely anything was 4uT flM i&P -

"Mlr1 really impossible and that the universe t .1. dL7 1Li3

wes made up of potential mi ,- II :f

3 racles. Cut the wildest imaginingsof >\;"' .
'77.1 Tc;:::=- 1. the scientific dreamer, even of 1It1'f it. FS.

five years ago, havE been.distanced VICTORIA ;: j 'Jt 1 :

by actual discovery along lines! suggested I wrote to Doctor i I i N : jl

'Y by the discovery of the X Ih iff.: ; jli. :
rays. Pierce, who sent me f .. r. : .!' ,

; Many of our readers have doubt- 1O-CKNT: BOTTLE BKKKIJi i, ''E} .I l.f 1. i'
a very kind letter ,! { : H- '<
less heard of "radium"-the most TOWN. .' s .I 1' '
One of; the essentials of the happy homes of to-day is a fund of marvelous of all known substances. and advised me." DA.NNHEI8SERAOEST3 BROS J I.: '.

;information to right living and the .best methods of promoting Recent experiments with this inexplicable Thousands of weak and sick women Ijj r i : : J- r

teilth and happiness. With proper knowledge each hour of form of matter have brought out can trace the beginning of a new life of FOR THE CELEBRATED : :I t 1 f: ,:

reaction! of enjoyment and of effort may be made to contributeto many strange properties! and the perfect health to that letter written to .ot<', I t F, z
that end and are of not less value than the using of the mostw popular press has been flooded with Dr. Pierce. I I. f, flaper fhInt}. r t !: f i. .: ff

: sk'i ome foods and the selecting of the best medicinal agents \ Sick and ailing women are invited to .. \ '\ 1 ,
T n neej.':. Wide the well-informed medicinal agents are used wild rumors concerning it. Utile is consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, /iff. All I .. I -J ", t; j

"'v when nature needs assistance and while the importance of known, of course regarding the real correspondence held as strictly private Main ,f t r' l41i.
Hou e-431 8. Pa.lafoi street f :
-.. the! system effectually when bilious or constipated has composition and character of radium and sacredly confidential. Address Dr. i 'I I j. t !r
R. V. Buffalo, X. Y. R. Ercfaanjje Union
t Pierce -Opp. Del ot. f
: : n kaown, yet until within recent years it was necessary but a few facts about what it will Dr.I'ierce's Favorite r' > t '
'- .'.rt to oils, salts, extracts of roots, barks and other cathartics ( and will not do, may prove interest- weak and aching backs Prescription,headaches, cures nervousness I, P. O. Box 2S>1. Pensacola, :F'a.Phorjf (,1; '.: 14 ,' '' :

;:, ..::1 were found to be objectionable and to call for constantly FT, ing. and other womanly ailments by -* 116 2 .S ',i t 1"1' 'I : '
,;,'-astd quantities. d /. Radium is the "acme principle" curing the womanly diseases which cause I L ,
lu .n physicians having learned. that the most excellent laxative theni. t .r h : fit.

.' : I i.-motive: principles were to be found in certain plants, so to speak, of uranium, which gives "In tie! spring of iqno I became Wry ills I j. :' I. t
j off certain peculiar rays these rays writes .Mrs Alvitne Schultz, of Lake aihing-- I : ( jot'
i ia the loaves, the California Fig Syrup Co. discovered ton. Ieolleur Co, Mmn., "riv luilt was very \\\Te1ks-i(1in\ ( Company ,
,", f cbuiaiag such principles in their purest condition and Jj passing through opaque bodies and weak and ached o that I could do no wurk atai' ; \
:, "'o I was O!>!ied to take to mv bed. I felt a I jl'I }
.. :" f then with pleasant: and refreshing liquids in the form having the power to affect a photographic constant desire to unnale and 'the pains in : 1 ) i'
became known 1 abdomen were almost unarablc! I wrote to
7* : f: to the! system and the remedy as-- plate. Radium has this lh, .
i Dr. Pierce who sent me a very kind letter and I
:. .,. ...j t '')-as figs were used, with the plants, in making it, ;; power in a vastly greater degree its advised me to take hi. .Fa\orlte Pre.nptiou GKOCER8.Headquarters ;Ji i A.;, .
C 1 and 'Golden Medicil Pihcovery' I look six ." ;t .
ti.r: taste.
: : : : agreeable radiant energy being about 100,000 bultk-i of each and an a well wnmnn now I ,' ti- 1; j I '
1 'C '[lent remedy is now rapidly coming into universal use as the than uranium. cannot coy enough in fwor of Dr. Tierce's R I "r i,ti 1
times greater
.;'iJy laxatives, because it is simple and wholesome and cleanses i n"Ji:ine..." I for y 11':, y:, '1 I ., :
of raium-if! there vas "Favorite makes weakwomen !
A pound Prescription"
.' : u,ens the system effectually without disturbing the natural 17 t I i I i'.. ,, ; '\

,: -, '.d without unpleasant after effects and its use may be discon- such a thing in existenceoull be. substitute strong,for sick the women medicine well. Acceptno which I i I Fancy and Staple Groceries. ;\' IIf' r.. i,', J ;:-
million dollars. It is luminous
: .. ?r& it is no longer required. j 0 worth a works wonders for weak women. I }
;, '! \,ho would enjoy good health and its blessings should remember without heat and causes objectsin Dr. I'ierce's Pleasant Pellets are the I'I UP-TO-DATE Ii'I .l: Ik F ';,:
and well-informed 0 desirable laxative for delicate FANCY GOODS. :H' l- I 'I ,
.. It :s the one remedy which physicians parents its neighborhood to become phosphoresce most '
,": r iv.. and recommend and use and which they and their little ones .nt. women. I WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS : ,t li[ ;I \. t,:

a.,-", enjoy, because of its pleasant flavor its gentle action and its A minute particle of radium placed' -Circa IIor e-a Work Hard. FOR WEST FLORIDA FOR THE .I J.: i k ,;

i.:, uuaJ effects. ;f / in the palm of the hand soon causesa Travelingith! a round top Calico I CELEBRATEDCafe } *; **. "
of Figs is for sale by all reliable druggists, at the regular priced irK" 1 }: T- 1 i t t
Syrup Grand :
severe burn. If placed in jour coat found to be no sinecure. The du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home : ( ; I
fifty cents per bottle, in original packages only having the name of the radium would eventually Occidental, !being a wagon show, moved -I Molasses Him! and Climax Flour, f' ; I ,: !
of the full name of the Company- 1
tie remedy-Syrup Figs-and wholly by The shortest Jump Baylels Delicatessen, German-Ameri i 1 y ,;

California Fig Syrup Co.-printed on the front of every package. burn a hole in the cloth. Yet the was fifteen miles, but often they did can Food Company's Canned Meats, ." I ,!. : .. ',;

radium itself does not lose in weightnor thirty between midnight and morning, Etc., Etc. 1 : I"Ii .l' :1f1. !1':'j'1.
does it change appreciably in country high ,
miles over .
and thirty ---- ,.' .
appearance. ways make no short jannt when you + MEN AND WOMEN. J l ,t.' I Il'
RMA.1fMn S > The rajs or "electrons," or atomsor have a five ton chariot behind you. rBEb n Cue Big U for unnatural I.t' ,: t" .11 I #'tI.latur. ,
the be- dincuargM.inflammatiuni, 1': '.' ;. MOWSM.d I:
Ym7JPSaD only
however was I
be which The jump. ,
whatever they may I irritation or ulceration. .Ot j ,7SMt.etrt..r. ," 1
0 [ of the daj's work. No sooner of ma eon i nitmbranM.PainlcM br, ,
radium gives out-pass through Kiiiulns; pr., ,.c.aa_.. and not Mtnn- .;;' f'f'i.
bad finislic-d breakfast than you TNEEYANICNHIICAlCO. "" t f '
you enter poUonoiu. 11 i 'I i iI
sheet iron with the utmost ease;
Francisco Cal. were hockrd in for the street parade, CINtigaATle Sold by OronlaU ...:. Ki j
Loui .il1.. Ry. New York N. Y.
and it is said that if they were or sent In plain
meaning from two to four miles more. F expreM, prepaid, for 'Lb'r'I :-t c ;
turned loose in sufficient quantity -Sew ell Tord in "Horses Nine." tlOO.or3tM>ttli27S.. I .1'..t .1 I Q.i( i!l
Circular atat on roust. ,
-- -- --- would destroy everything in .f ,Ill' 'rJ I ii' .

PHYSICAL PERFECTION E. W. PEAKE, I A Remarkable Case. they heir path. fir William Crooks estimates Odd FUh. I'I'Au .{.e I. i : ; '

: 'e If tho liver Is out of ore I II One of the most remarkable cases ofa that if it be material and One of the oddest fishes that ever ,1n' ,

(feet j liver is possible if cold, deep-seated on tho lungs, of them swam in allY sea is that known to nat-\\ HARD 'i ,, ,4 .r
No. 3t) Foutli Palafox street keeps have weight a gram of | t. !
the right kind of uralists undt the unattractive name : t! .
15 a causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs. ,
I 'M.
t. I I call bells, wires; and all kinds of would be capable of lifting the British opLioeepualus. A species of it is found i... ,' J' 'I it"' j
HCPATICUIU Is the Gertrude Fenner, Marion Ind., who :1
electrical supplies.; Have him do navy.Radium in the sea of Oalilep. where it builds a I .
: a liver tonic. It Mill' your work. Call phone 203. was entirely cured by the use of one changes white phosphorus rest which for beauty of design and elejrawe .1'. t. ,

: :.. L :<'r to your entire sati Minute Cough Cure. She pays: "The I into red and turns oxygen into of workmanship excels the efforts ,1'J JI JIt

.-: i I' v I 1 provide excellent coughing and straining so weakened I ozone. It colors glass and produces of the majority of feathered nest BRICK ')'11 i I < I

It! : i ,". :.: circulation and rir me that I run down in weight from effects on petroleum, liquid bu;lders. Its favorite spot for building !
:. : ', 1 'i" '!' 148 to 92 pounds. I tried a numberof The "philphers' is in au old root or rock projecting under
,,1 air and paraffin candles. .
:"' .' (' not wish his remedies to no avail until I used the water, and the material con- _

'1 \ .' '. .. I cannot ref One Minute Cough Cure. Four bot- stone, for which the old sists of seaweed, grass and leaves. I :: : 1(

i L i is: .:., \', :, .,' 4 '" you volunlar. tles of this wonderful remedy curedme alchemists made such diligent HAND : i: f l
entirely of the cough, strengthened search, was an every day affair in eTINt'ol ALI I AYS ON } ;
:v, 1Uc.'r'-'t ruommendationt
my my lungs and restored me to my comparison. Yet while producing all "I don't understand how Miss Milyuin j jj !,.

the m"+hcin.e yi.u prepare and sell normal weight, health and strength. these marvelous effects the radium can see anything in that foreign J to! 1 I

Iln du": (the name of I1CPATICURA. Hargis Pharmacy, John SheppardSid- nobleman. lie's nothing but a 'gilded .HAL j\ "t"
'f' 1
itself remains unchanged.
f of Its ney Kahn. . '
"r r..von superior qualities fool. 'i: .
understand why .
do not
: TY
1; a toner cf the general; system. "That's so. and yet the chances are
SEND YOUR ORDERS this substance behaves as it does, bo of 'a fool t.I
">."-e u-irs mr.TICtfi.although: ten to one this will a case
d to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or and there are many theories to ac- and her money soon married.. "-Philadelphia J ILrrqj:
: u-ue almis: Icon agreat sufferer 4 MILLION
'. electrical work. Repair work a co'int for its curious properties. I'res-j. ONE
:M ociijntion( and colds I have specialty.:
.. Some think that radium gives off .1
'i HI:,Vy: n-liousl, from both of .- t.I.. Itecui ratlun. ,: .
mattersmallerthan :
minute particles of 1
"I 'i. ':. ;:*N aid I venture to sayr One day little four'j'ear-old Cora was
Yon want a good piano tuner to atoms, if such a thing be con I
:: :.I r to tie former, it has no C. R. TAYLOR trying; to stand on her bead Her mother 1 \::: :
in Penacola still hold ;
stay you ceh'ahle-and give to these particlesthe Get Our Prices Before
she doing. Sheansw.rt'tI
'1' I !I..I''> ':.:..'d only two bottles asked her what was 1 ,#:
back your order. Bend it in. I have name of "electrons." Others .! ; hl ; t
: ii'\Tl'll\!'!: : so far yet i find( ; .fJ
Artistic Shoemaker .
( had 20 years' experience and have believe that it simply gives off immaterial "I'ze standing on my Lead to rest niyfeet.Iostou '. ..
y :' .I 1 *f .:'t! of 140' pounds has Purchasing.Jflepllan :) ; '
worked in several piano factories. peculiar : Herald. t t.. ,I
electricity some ,
-. I' ,1 i' ,try: 10 pounds. t \ : A I'ECI.\I.TY.: Orders left at Johnson's book store i ; to' 4.

1 : "' t''', :-'irein rt'Commend- Phone Xo.2G. 9 North Palafox St will be attended to.CHAS.. form, or possibly ether rings. One :1 I..: p i.A 't
W. PI is certain: whatever it is that
,' (ESSLEY. thing
i u\: to any one desir- -- I this substance radiates, it may be : )
'l'' vry best constitu- PEARL & DOLIVE. Capacity 50,000 Daily
decribed the very quintescence of oJ2CL 1f iJr :
: : :)J" had. Sold by all j :
Call on them at the corner of Oar- energy. These "electrons," if sent

Jen and Alcaniz streets for carpenter ( large, I fI ,
[EXESS[ CO.i RI out from a block of radium as
--- SOUTHERN and electrical work or phone CGO. llf"
C A !3 '1:' t:) 1.1. X .n.. sayas the Washington! monument, ADDS MJTPLMS11 ; < :r!
J\ iI'i!. tIM1SighIoky's Hot French Waffles with would probably knock the whole \ Brick Co t l, r I \ {
', ,0" ,

k/"//i;*'l'r( ; Florida Solomon's.HARPER Cane. Syrup at world writer to pieces.A in the. New York ,rorillsa's __ __ n_ ____ Pine Barren, Fla. r'' ':\; 1f 1- ,i) t. :':, 1

i .
: "The energy of a small crystal f.' 'I I !: {1NICK'S t tr

/ Honey and Tar I of radium would be sufficient to run Jfudgins, fife Qest j t+r Vic.I I I J ,1;:'.""" 1-1> !'P I IJ

cure cobs. pn ems pneumonia. t all the steam and electric power inNew i .': : "
I This is I L. '
York for 1,000 jears. / .
.- .
doubtless a liberal exaggeration; but NEW SCHEDULE.OF I?;" "- iI -1.-.
I lIJJli( D1HPIRTSSlGRfS I To all parts of the country. it is scarcely less remarkable than : I f. .
I If.. -._ 't
the bald truth as brought out by 1 "I. .". .!

WIOSKYA experiments.Of STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ I i, t:. ,'
t F PYTHIAS. The Southern Express Company recent: '
% course our knowledge of the 1i'r'k ;
I '"ncar des I, "],;. NO. B. K. of P., receives and forwards freight, substance is as jet in it infancy.It J. N. ROGERS, Manager. .. .t'i' ''i ,
money, and valuables of all descrip-
m >t.every Monday even may be that In radium the Leave Freeport Monday] and i ;
ng< at j3at Caatle all, tions to pJl parts of the country :I
'He UloUl1t.. Watson world holds the key to absolute con Thursday mornings.Arrive RTflAUT L
I with connections for Canada Mexico at Pensacola Monday and ,,1 !
I Kl' t f'.to g.third floor. trol over the realm of matter. Per :1 :.1 1ih
-i :
:'ng brethren cordially Thursday night.
welcoicsd: Havana, Cuba, European points, petual motion, that ancient laughing Leave Pen&acQla Tuesday and .t. (.
J. A, LMK.K. .. : } ,.
HOKSI.KR: O.C.K. etc. -- stock of scientists, may prove to be Friday night. 't / f 1
R.a 8.1'ini The Southern Express Company less of a phantom than they had sup- Arrive at Freeport Wednesdayand t' 1 1.I
Saturday:! morning t
J of the composition
operates on 30,000 miles of first- posed. The whole secret yet '

in Ijo-j.;,. >,,. 13i class routes, and in connection with of matter may be locked up __ n .- Comprise all the .I t i 1' t : .
> enlns lit Tan: at of radium.'l: : 1- :
: in a single crystal ; :
1'ikUtux and Garden the Adams Express Company, on Date Dishes the Markets l.w; f
which will distance 1 :
of marvels :
uthtscnrdinllylnvtted': An era
through way-lulls, with through CHOICESTOF of the World tASopd
1\ \\LUERTJouS, is just beginning. 1'f.i > '
A DELIGHTFUL BEVERAGE the wildest fancy l
cars and through messengers, per ;: fl. i'iI: 'i f "- }

forms a unified service constituting .H' .1 ,q .A

t\" '. I" I UP. No. :lo. K. of I1 the largest system. of the kind in A SAFE STIMULANT, The Stomach Is the Man.A f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONEO ij f[ [ 1 J .J.1I./. ';Q1 ,":J.I''...- t....t' ,,

.1 11 ; ',
.' .E: \i, Wt: i" Knights of the world. ?i. rh4'Fu>; A GOOD MEDICINE, weak stomach weakens the man, Ladies' Private .
\ their! ( Mill Hull, on Money Orders are sold at all For Bale byDannheisser because it cannot transform the food \ t" J. t. -'
'nanonbuitdingsouth- -AT- Dining P ar I or.,* .
i'! iHiul Garden streets.a' agencies of the Southern Express he eats into nourishment. Health r .ift !

Bt. cordially 11. .\ 1II..leolU..LLLIIOS., Company at reasonable hours. Receipt Bros. and strength cannot be retsored to C. APOSTLE'S, .'" :'t '

'. L. C. is given and money is refunded any sick man or roman without ;trr f1 ;

...... if order is lost. -. first restoring health and strength to 1 11 East Gnrneit St., Regular Dinner Daily. ( J! r
..... stomach can fit :; ;
I. o. o. F. This is the cheapest way to send 1 J. !B. t LONG i CO. the not stomach.digest enough A weak food to feed the Formerly Cordova Restaurant Btanfl nlif.' i1 f; F, f.
small remittances by mail or other Short Orders 1 '
tissues and revive the tired One carload of Pineapples at 11.71to Promptly }t "t.
I'ernaiy.ia Ixxlge So. 4 wise. down limbs and organs of the body. dozen. Filled. Night or '
1- 12.00 per Day. 11l. ;
.: e .. purifies ; ; Jfi: i iIf ;
I?. r'11" evening at j:*> at E. W. FOWLER, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses -----
\ :' W.t Intendencla street. the 14. .
BuiMer and f.
sweetens ,
.... cordially In\'ltild. Agent Pensacola, Fla. Contractors an> '

t l.J.IIIANSOS. N. 0. andncureesmIndgestion.dyspep J. N. ANDREWS, :It'. Something Good to Eat i"r Vi i
secretary.IL Branch Offices: I ach, you with,youll find it a t 'H,
J. PLANS SPECIFICATIONS AND stomach troubles. Har- ', !, ; t.i :
B. Roberts Depot Store. sia and all .
Jt Headquarters for .31 .J
OF L. Jas. lIanst:>n. Cor. Alcaniz and ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT gis Pharmacy John Sheppard, Sid hNick; Apostle's] JJ ,"

Gadsden.J. ; SHORT-NOTICE. .* ..II a1 ney Kahn. SEWING MACHINES. :Jk
Popular Restaurant
I. I'' E. Williams Cor. DeVilliers and f
'\" ('utbly :'to. liM.: First-Class Work Guaranteed and C.A.S'1'ORA. P '

t' Jay In filCh mo Itb. Jackson.Sol References Furnished. Bea?th. Kad Its Hate EIS 8IiiIptulw : REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL ACENT ,
S; W. P. 11.1'"ABP, Cahn, Cor. Palafox and Inten- : .
iNKIL. M. W.secretary. 414 EAST IXTEXDENCIA ST. 13 South Palafox Street. MWAM .1.. .t "
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two bushels for every man woman have adhered to for years. There is Oldest and Largest
I: and child per year." Now right hereis no good reason why the proprietorof in

where our complaint cornea in. a newspaper should give away his THATTHROATTICKLING West Florida.

We have not had our two bushels, space, pay men to: put in type and | ESTABLISHED
_.. 18Hu.
that which alone is of benefitto ..... ,
Entered at the Post Office at Pen- and besides that the apples sent -----_.

Moola, Fla., second class matter. down here are not up to the averagefor certain people and by no ,means '

quality. Somebody is getting news for the general public any QJ'
OFFICE: -Pitts Building 211%
South Palafox street, np-stalrs. more than his share and all the good more than it is for the merchant to II tl1 iow1estBro j

apples. It is clearly another case give away his goods, the mechanichis ,

THE NEWS PUBUSHIHG CO. where the good things of thli world material and time or the profes ( --1 It's first, the throat ;

Terms: Invariably in Advance. are not fairly divided. sional man his skill and brain work.
Then the bronchial INSURANCEAND
One Year by maU.$5 00 Few newspapers have contributedmore tubes ;

Six Months .. ...... ... .. 2 50 How can we of the South free advertising than the Metropolis 'pry, Next the

One week bj carrier, payable Monday consistently complain of the protective to affairs of a paying natureto lungs ;

.. .... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. 10
tariff which taxes the many for others, and we have time and --., At last, Consumption.

Advertising .Rates plication.Furnished on Ap- the benefit of the few, which taxes again been told that*we were doing .," ; REAL ESTATE
the poor for the benefit of the rich, ourselves and our business an in. ,

TELEPHONE NO 118. when our system of occupatioi and justice by these gratuitous publications
There's bad for
nothing !
so a cough as coughing
1 309 South
license taxes is imposed upon the and when a ministerial pro I'alafoxStreet[ .

people for the same ends. A poor prietor revolts is it not about time There's nothing so good for a cough 8SAyer's -

NI.E little fellow was arrested, taken to for laymen to do the same thing? Phone 22. jPENSACOLAFLyGENERAL

the city jail, and made to pay a fine The Daily News some time ago adop--

of $1.75 upon conviction of having ted substantially the same rule as Cherry PectoralThe -

mSAOOLA MAEOH: 24, 1903 sold an Irishman a sprig of Shamrockon the above. The newspaper printer \GIXT

St. Patrick's day. That happened can't do work without pay any more

Jt the expressions of the state papers in a southern city that is putting on than the job printer can. Yet people best time to take it is when the cold first comes on, when the trouble The
counts for anything Cromwell is in the Equitable
more airs than anybody and claimsto will pay the job printer for funeral throat.

Gibbons has a cinch for the speaker. be up to date.. It was none other I i notices and expect a newspaper to Throat tickling, throat colds, throat coughs are all easily! controlled with

)bip. than Atlanta, Georgia. print such a notice for nothing. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. !Life
/ Doctors first prescribed this nearly 60 years ago. They use it more today SocietyOf

President Castro has wearied of his Everywhere there is a growing demand GROVER CLEVELAND. than ever. They know its ingredients. They understand how it heals con-

Strenuous life as president of Venezuela for good roads. The move gested membranes and overcomes inflammation Ask your own doctor the United States

and handed in his resignation. ment is active in every state and in Grover (Cleveland Brooklyn Eagle.reached) his six about using this medicine for colds, coughs, and all lung troubles. I1KNKY U. IIYDi; Founder
J. C. ATM CO.. Lowell. Xu..
What next? every county and city. The peopleof His health is "
ty-six birthday today. Strongest in the
*I had a terrible eon ieh, last spring and It took jOlt one bottle of Ayers Cherry Pectoral to World
Escambia county have caught the said to be excellent. The interest of Completely euro me 1 hire wed this medicine ID inj family fur many many yrari."
Pensacola has one less cause for MRS. J. B. DiXPORTH. St. Joseph Mich. -
good road fever and the citizens of his country to him is not only universal -
worry than many other cities just Ladies are cordially invited to in.!
Pensacola are demanding street im- but affectionate His positionin
now. We don't need to be clamoring spect my Spring .Pattern hats.
T/ provements. Much work has been CORONER WOLFE M
democracy is paramount. The respect WAS FINED $5 FORASSAULTING

I for a union depot." done during the past year and 'more and regard felt for him by his VIEWED THE BODY. A WOMAN. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday

AA" If some editors should set out to would have been done if the authorities political opponents are unequaled in I March 24, 25 and 26. Mrs. N. BOllle's,

practice wtat they preach they woud had been more plentifully supplied the case of any living man. Ha has Coion Wolfe viewed the body of Den Stewart, colored, was fined $;v Ion South Palafox street.
with the to on the the three-day-old child of Thomas 'in the police this I II
means carry behind him a record of public court morning for I II
raise corns on their hands from ex- approval i I -_ _
;egslvG pulling for their town. work If every administration the attested by public suffrage Duller, colored, )'ctitcnia)". The child,+'I jnss-itililLg Ctera Long, also Colored, I -

city has ever had could have seen which none of his predecessors which had contracted a severe" cold, I, with his fist. Stewart was arrested i FORGOTTEN *

"The circulation of the Metropolisjs their duty in this respect and have achieved. He is reasonably secure was unattended by a physician and (; by leer Jones about 2 o'clock this

still going up."-Jacksonville Met. done as well as the present one from misrepresentation. He is reasonably Coronor Wolfe: issued ,the necessary i n1Grnil I

iGood! Lets hope that we are not there would now be much less to certain of daily increasing burial certificate. The child was i THAT ENGAGEMENT?

t Destined soon to hear that it has: gone complain of regarding the streets of esteem, for as long as he shall live. buried today. CHARGED WITH ASSAULT,

up. the city. \Ve are informed that the lIe can be assured of a unique rank BUT WAS DISCHARGED. !
city has just fallen heir to few OUR WARRNGTON AGENCY.The Did the fact that
of the a in history. He is in the way of no you were to rrttt
Many state are be-
papers thousands from the sale of the of and of 1M. llegan. a small negro boy, was; Smith at noon slip your rretwry:
.coming very much worried over the man. no men no party. NEWS is on sale by Mrs. M.
Jong silence of that "knight of the quarantine plant. If this be true and Estimate of him now has quality in Keefe at Warrington, who is authorized up before Mayor Jones this morning Did you neglect to buy those articles
the city realizes on this inheritance charged with having assaulted: Helen wanted?
Itt grip" and are beginnig to fear the it for reparation for past injusticeand to receive and receipt for any sub you
there can be no doubt that the very Wellington, a negro moman, with a
.t worst. of atonement for past unintelli- scriptions. Residents of the reservation How about that commission your
best use it can be put to is to layit knife. He was 'li ('harb'l!.
h gence. So signal and so prevalent may now be supplied with copiescf wife gave you to fill?

The Jacksonville papers say that out on the city's streets. There U the liking for him that what is the paper several hours after the YOU NEED A
will perhaps be propositions issue leaves the RALSTON PURINA DEMONSTRATION.

many press.
the suspension of just one bank did thought of determines, not his BOOK.

.not even jar them. Of course not, for expending the money, but there status in public opinion, but that of Tragedy Averted. We have 'em, all sizes and all sorts

.1i .that town is getting more like New can be none suggested that will those who think it. Men cannot Increase Every day during the week of with the
never-wear-cut sort of bind
I York every day. lie of so much benefit to so many their repute by thinking well "Just in the nick of time our little March 2Crd, Miss J. E. Rogers will .
ings, the splendid fit for either
citizens as the improving of the of him, but thinking and saying ill boy was saved" writes Mrs. W. demonstrate and talk Interestinglyabout paper
I or pencil, and for all kinds
pen rulings
And now a goodly number of pa- streets as far as the money will go of him decreases their repute, the Watkins, of Pleasant City, Ohio. I;![' rtALbfO.V ITRI.VA CEREALS of

triotic citizens are coming forward and $13ono will go a long way. It same as defection from any other "Pneumonia had played sad havoc .land PURINA HEALTH FLOUR.A purposes.
The Prices from 5c. to 1.5
and offering their services, to the has always seemed to the writerof right; standard does. The Eagle congratulates with him and a terrible cough set Il.LSTOBAXK WILL BE GIVEN Range
this that thc-ie had been a t In besides. Doctors treated him, I: FREE And too, we can sell you a good
government as canal commissioners Mr. Cleveland upon the I| with every purchase of two
but he grew worse every day. At pencil to go with it with a protectorto
provided they are needed real badly.l i menduous waste for a long period re-I excellence of his health, upon his packages of ILLSTOcrmE.LS..
length we tried Dr. King's New Dis the fine fountainpen
years of ballast that ought to and I ;I The ladies are requested to call save point, or a
sunny outlook on happy years covery for Consumption, and our dar ': early and oiionJAS., tnat will write readily and at ('
i Blackberries be ripe some time been put on the streets if there wast i I
I nixm his jHsition in the minds and' ling was saved. lIe's now sound and' ;. McttrCH: I'rop. time.
i next month. This iact should bo en any way that it could! have bel1ldone '
Phone H'j,
of the le of this NcwOriwinsCiroctry (
hearts pi >;> country 0.
well. Everybody to know
,y ('ouraginto the Tallahassee boardinghouses ; enough perhaps to have put of the woild.l ought March _):;-,,!. I DROP IN.
and of the peoples it's the only sure cure for Coughs, I
that have to tussle with the all' the streets in first class ('ondiI Colds and all Lung diseases. Guar -----

members of the Florida legislature..Apalarhirola .- tion. RI) that now it would seemto F'lmplfO .,ftle? of Tr. }{I''nH'aI'lVaml'J anteed by W. A. D'Alemberte 121 S'I Mrs. N. Cowers will have her opening -

't Times. I, be the logical Oisposition! of the : ol\t. the! rrpat kidney, liv.'ric.1 Palafox street Price 50c. and Jl.OO. of new Spring Millinery Tuesday, I i J. M. DOE
hrinrfH i Trial bottles free. '1
: bladder rr-ni'dv, ar -
hind arising from the sale! of th/ |
lp trihuted \harofrnt'lhoti e, free.: H-ivt Wednesday and Thursday, March 2.,1 j
it thee I 1 ,
quarantine plant to apply to
them-elves you received -? Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat Biscuits 25 and 26. I Ii
streets arcnmplit-hins: the same BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER
ing to discover a suitable camiiilato: ana Force with Cream at SolOman's. ,

I for the democratic party at the next I pnr.Me l _at last. |II II I See Hud .;ins new style cf label. I 1 i Try The News' WANT COLUMN I :203 South Palafox Sired

4t national election. They may find I I
: -
4 they have troubles enough of their i PENSACOLA.
(Jaeksonville "h.trJp 1is,) I
before this thing! is o\er. I
: t II
; The Ocala Star of Monday made ; I
Hre'r ('aM\\"dI) extendthe glad an announcement. which must have I I II I3'WHY NOT THE BEST ?
astonished the church folks, if none +
hand to the new socialist party of I -
I eVe of its community, as to the free I
i, Florida for two reasons. 1st. All the!

soreheads in the democratic party will publication of churches and others. I THE>> EnG>>ANTS

It I is generally understirnl! that the 7
11 flock to Its standard.! 2nd.: Hre'r Caldwell Purity's Points I
RPV. Mr. Porter the prominent Baptist -
afforded of
is an opportunity peptring -
b it's hide.-Ajialaoioola Times. divine! of Ocala. is part owner ] i TRI SFER CO.I .

of the Star as well as the Baptist i j

Every hotel in Milton is playing! a Witness, and this is our reason for | These the I Having been awarded the contract
11' the announcement ; are seven points 1 i for carrying the I";. S. Mail! between
winning this week. They all thinking was one
j game i that make a beer healthful. the L. & 'N. Depot and Peat Office,
held full houses and it is seldomm\ that was a surprise. The editorial and al
We use the best barley I thatmoney -otheexeluiivetrtggagepnvl-
a- can beat a full lniu>e.-Milton Index. referred to is as follows: A beer that has them is both legs olin!! train euttriii{ the city
can buy.
The Milton editor is evidently! well! "Hereafter for all reading noticesof 1 we arf1l'ff'purect to transfer bargug'
good and good for We from Bo- and pas-eng"le to and from all h >
up in the rules of the game and fairs, festivals, plays; suppers, you. get our hops I tF-I.=. rcpicltuces and trains, day "tt

speaks by the card. balls dramas, elocutionary! or any I hernia. A partner in our business nfght.Proiapt&BeliablsScryiceGDaraiileEJ.

other kind, of entertainment given by I selects all materials. I

a The Improvement that are '>!!; churches. Mirietk-s. Indses or Individuals I .

tt I' made in the Daily News are appreciated where an admission is charged I 2I We aNo conduct a Freight Delivery

by the reading public as is evident or merchandise or other things liu-hies--haul nouns, saws

from the large increase in cir- sold there will be a charge of 5 I Our yeast is forever the tii'ichiiicry Prices.Telephone.and furniture at Reasonable !

cultion. New subscribers are mining cents a line fur first insertion and I same, and it gives to Schlitz your orders to F. lii

in every day and the management; 2cents a line for subsequent in- beer the flavor that other i: t'hu's Livery t Stable, Phone :81.i "
: no
from indications Ii Ii i Ilr": H. H. llallmaik's, Kesiden
is encouraged present prt InTIs.
i beer can have. Phone &,l.MERCHANTS.
to believe that the paper is "Tnis is business. The editors and i i

soon to occupy its former position printers are expected to cimtrilrite 3f | TRANSFER. ..
.i; in the estimation of the reJ.linIHl1J. just as much cash to these entertainments II I THAT MADE ,
II MKS. 1!. H. HAI.LfAIUI'rll: ,
'I I lie in this city. as if they 'had not given $." or I Cleanliness in our brewery .

e $10 worth (,f advertising space, which is carried to utmost extremes. HARRY HALLMARK, Transfer A
S : Medical Talk has this to say about i
i.1!Jt'irItuck in trade just the: sameas .
mall-pox: sugar is the grocer's and calico i a
:: \Ve say without the least hesitation I Hot Chocolata with
I i is the dry jMods man'clH'rtisin;
J or reserve that lettuce will prevent these entertainments is essential, we I We cool Schlitz beer in a I Whipped Cream, at Solo-

small-pox. It is a thousand tinH'slt'ttt'r admit and should! be dune, but it I It is a tonic and a fcod. plate glass room, in filtered : mon's.
than \accination. It has no
ought to be a !legitimate expense air,to keep germs away from it.
+{ liabilities, like! vaccination ta produce I It is the of health. i
just the same as the purchase of beverage !
other diseases.V are willing to STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
any other supplies, and such will I 5 I
flake our professional reputation on Omit the beer without I
them. -
I y here after he the rule in this office. !
the broad statement tint any one who We it for months untilAnd
The proprietors of this paper will age 1 W-twfen Pfrsacola and 1\111\.n-H"al
J rats lettuce daily will not catch smallpox always be reidy to patronize and remember that Schlitz it is well fermented. It is Ituim ,
Daily Except btmday."CITY
whether he vaccinated or not. '
contribute toward the success of any beer costs just the same as the "green beer" that causes
AVe hope that reader who has "
every movement for the general good to I common beer. biliousness. ; OF TAMPA.
confidence in our statement will pass
the extent of their ability but they: .... Milton __ 81 am Lor Penescotsi.rptd.

Ihls along. prefer doing so on a ca.-:h basis, just You'll get it if you ask for it. 6 ;, lrPeniMol ,": ja'Q Ar .Milton fplD
rare Oic; Koanl trip.!!:,
\V> are told! that the American like other people. I
"Obituaries and resolutions of But if don't Every drop of Schlitz beer II I
eaters respect
people are a nation of pppla ; ; you care, your II

and that 'it u well for ".c'r heilth \ will" come under this same ruling dealer may give you a beer is thoroughly filtered. I JEWELER IN HIS

that they are The Savannah Morp- also. that costs less than half so much

Ing News says: "Except for the This is certainly in the line of to brew. 7

pond ofliees of the anple. in.i -:,....\ion business, and precisely what many After it is bottled and sealed, NEW STANDI

and dyspepsia won'.! probably be of the most successful newspapers
Ask for the
brewery bottling. every bottle is sterilized.
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much more prevalent and Americans! I --

would lose much of the energy and 'Easy to Take have moved my Jewelry ,,' re tJ

progressiveness that has placed 120 South Palafox. formerly
them in the front lark of fip peoples! :: Easy to OperateIX I' pied by Bass & Co., and am I .W

ct the earth. Ilecent data cosipil.-d: :. e better prepared than ever t "

bureau cf sais- 'mS' purdy! 'ItNahl'--Tf't thor .
t'y the government great brains indiatnonJav''Jewelry
O' '.. :.inni>t, heatthf ilsatiawDxy- j!
tics shothat the coas-.r.i"i: : >a oapples etc. Call and see me b

in this country raa------:' a.Pf1:' -. ..,Ps P.' Ls I I L. BEAR & CO, Wholesale: Agents for Per.sacola. let me convince you.


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MAINE'S W. 0. O'NEAL, President; No. oeoa. M..t. CLARK, Cashier! ; -to ';

ITCHING ECZEMA- d. FOSHEE Vice-President; JOHN PFEIFPER, Ass't Cashier. f"if (
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CeleryCompoundUsed NEWS NOTES / AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK t t'j"R 1 t} )L r

>- And Other Itch ; Bid i g and i

Will ..Give OF PENSACOLA. FLA. 1\[\!; f Jf '; l
In There will be a meeting of the ; i

Strergih, Vim and board of public safety tomorrow Scaly Eruptions. Designated Depository of the United States. lr; !;xt 1- liJ; t If

That morning. Condensed Statement at the close of business March 20, 19C3. I ';'\ lIt't t ':
k' : :
Bodily Activity That All I I J. B. Gereld representing a sewing RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. W: lji (

machine company is among the Instant Relief and Speedy Loausand Discounts! ................... ... $375,03762: Capital Stock ...... .... ...... .... ..... .... 200000.00 \.If': : SliI p}
Are So Eager to Demand Loans........... ............ .... 8320300! Surplus..... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00 ,; #+ t.- { '
guests at the Merchants.T. Cure Afforded Overdrafts..... ................ ........ .... 2,35293 Undivided Profits............ .... .... .... 509.39 :. of 1 wfii
Possess. by U. B. Bonds and Premiums.. ...... ...... 213.80687 Circulation/ ..... ....... ...... .... .... ... 125,000.00) ) j : ;;:
C. Thompson and wife of Mobile. ... Stocks, secorities, etc......... ............ 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid...... ...... ....... .... .. 54.00 ."" ; 'UJ., ,: ,. t ;

'ot'l! and well nourished \\bo hate been visiting Mr. S. E. Nay Furniture and Fixtures.,715,48 Deposits ..... ...... ...... ..... ...... ...... 621,346.81:: tiC ,t '
rl. ar< the great requisites at this lor, left for their home last night. Cash andExchange.; ..... ......... ......... 2S316G30 i' tj! '; :r lr r IJI

:" a for many man woman enter Cnticnra S Soap Ointment aIld Pills : ]' t" #:.'"i. *
i** of our people I.I.i I Alex. Sessons of I j -
tt. 'm--r(10 Mason with systems charg- Alford of Chipley Bonifay turpentine and operators S. A.- Total...... .... .... ...... .... ............. 966910.20 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ...... .... J966.910.20 f ill 1'j J I 4 11?

-. o, aJly impurities. The blood I I 1ieu All Else Falls. This bank opened for business October 231900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give :: 1' .;, .
- ana stagnant! ; the liver and I I are in the city today guests of four business prompt, courteous and careful attention. la } i -
.' -w irk imperfectly and very II the Merchants. -M>>t1 4 t \ lt ,
ucasedVith many rheu- I I I i 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. : : .d1: j!ii : 4"f" ;t4 V'

n. ural ia and! dyspepsia are L. O. Larcum has accepted a position COMPLETE TREATMENT, $1.00.The ] 1
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f. Life is not i '
safe td
nalias. I I with Laz Jacoby and will go to w* U ,1.
ailments are permitted to ,
a work when Mr. Jacoby's store in the 1.' '
d, > '. ;
r mfortunate sufferer find Osceola Club building opens. agonizing itching and burning of 11 i' "
. ;rdinfd with any of the the skin, as in eczema; the frightful r! 'I ;' :. t ,Ij

; .ae just! referred to. doc The numerous friends of Captain scaling,as in psoriasis; the loss of hair ( JI. ; .t 1. i "
,- 1'aine's Celery Com- Frank Wilde will be .
::: I pleased to know and crusting.of the scalp, as in stalled rfl' ,. '
ai It is your only safety :: that he tas recovered from his recent head the facial disfigurement in -\( .d. "; ,, .., .'
; as :
_ ,true. and that certain end in deliernU death-!,! accident and was able to be out pimples and ringworm; the awful suf- ,,C,"U. ,.., !r'!. ; ., i

Compound has cured toda)'. fering of infants and the anxiety of t ; f.

tads every springtime; i'! worn-out parent, as in milk crust, tettir @ mWJID@llm) 5> $ IY ; (
,:"iii blessed work for Hon. \V. II. Ellis, State Auditor, is :;
I I and salt rheum, all demand a remedy j
will cost you less than in the city on official! business and is I i ; .,' '-!
of almost superhuman virtues to ; \ '
!"tl!i a physician, and will the books of t' ,1 !. t
today examining some
,: rs power to cure. Mr successfully cope with them. Tint : ;: iJ IJ f .f'
:jot Mr. Ellis is .: .... f :'
%:.:\\'auk'e. \\ is., says:- the county officers. Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Pills, are I. ': \ ." t ', J ,
I w':is cun'ille,1"l.ry : a guest of the Merchants Hotel. such stands all doubt. [ t 'tt .
beyond i
blood was in a badcom.uon. proven 'tt' fi' 5 1
my -
:No statement is made them -"J 'IJ"f'j 5II.
!: I had boils I Sheriff! McCaulHs!! of Gadsden coun regarding .b .
that: is not justified }by t the strongest ,. !i .
nips, was run down, his ; '. !
: i I ly is in the city today During / i ..'"
I .
Theo evidence The purity and sweetness I 'i ; Krcc. '
\\la.1 I no oppetite. ,
u fame's cure me.\ Celery I fortun-ComiliiiriTS .stay iif Smith here he Mr.will McCauilis be the guest is here of Sher on the power to afford immediate relief, B. H. FATRCHILD, CO TO E. W.! PEAKE'S, DO YOU KNOW i' J L: I' 1.' :' ,

ir the of and
certainty speedy permanent rJPIZOI..k3TEIti R .
and troubles\ !business connected: with his oiUce. No.30 South Palafox street, f.T your BEEKMAX LUMBER CO. have d J .-1 I
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the absolute and ,
made lure, safety great : ;
11hel1. and I was 38 EAST P.OMANA STREET.
:strong: and vigorous. Miss Coralie I1ankin.liss Mary economy,have made them the standard electrical work. He i is prepared to a large stock of dressed studding 1j.t'! 1 i r .
sin! and humour remedies of Work and Furniture !
cures the L.oet Refinishing a "
line's 1 Celery Compound." Mercedes :'olcGowanliss: Fannie civilized world. Specialty.X'hono do you a flrst-ch-s job at moderate and joist Get their prices before fUti ''r' i. f I

Howard and :Miss Lticile Hartson all Bathe: the affected parts with hot prices. Phrh D9 203.) I buying dl6lm +t i .' '.
: MARTIAL : : 405.
CC.-T :
from Itrew vin. Ala, are in the city for water and C'uticura fcoap, to cleanse, the
STILLL IN SESSION. surface of crusts and scales and soften -- --
gal court martial that is be- the purpose of visiting the war ves the thickened: cutiiU! Dry, without Santos to order ; .

.' the navy yard is still in sels. They are registered at the hard rubbing: and apply C'ulicnra Ointment v/ & co-cvi.: &.CoDx= .
Merchants.A freely I to allay itching,irritation Rolf! Nor bk Torgensen 1170, Cette rl j '
NO of the four cases that and inflammation, and soothe and heal, to Master

b"fore the court have al- I meeting of K.: A. Terry Camp, and, lastly, in the severer forms, take Thomas Ital bk, Lauro, 803, Naplesto 3 1 GREEN WATSON & CO.i" 't'1' r

n disposed of. Today the Sons of Confederate Veterans, will beheld Cuticura lle: olvent Till, to cool and master ; f .
cleanse the blood. A single set is often ,
aman Hjrd! is bring heard at the office of It. P. Reese on fullkient! : to cure the most torturing, Schooners.

irgtil with being absent with Thursday evening at six o'clock for di"firurinsf; and humiliating skin, scalp Dona Christina, Am sen, 1C5, Axel- hc

.' There is yet one case toset the purpose of electing delegates to and blood !humours, with loss of liur: son, Coatzacoalcos to order. We have just received a Large Shipment ,
I when all else fails.
of. All of the men now attend! the Confederate Reunion at Mabel Darling Dr sen. Sweeting. of Beautiful White Wastings, 8cl I 1 ,
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trial are from the Isla de Lula I New Orleans in May. Dunmore Town to master '
A leter from Ir G. Goldstein! the '
Governor Blake Br sch -, Grand 20 to 40c yard. ct ( :
his famous optician states that he will t
I A. Smemler, accompanied by
-, de Luzon is being; prepari -
Cayman to Jno. A. Merntt & Co .
of commission, all of two sons C L. and Daina Sti\cnder arrive in the city on the 27th and remain t:> The Fabric are Lighter, the Styles are Better than we hive t-. 1

1iats I and nearly everything: of Leesburfj Fla, arrive in the city for a short time only. BIG ASSESSMENT jtjt Shown Before. . 11
"1Oted. today.: The two young\ men arc here Dr Goldstein has many friends ;
t e
.-''S out of commission for the purpose of joining the navy. here who will read of his return with ci -TALK ABOUT SHOE3.-
1 I be given fifteen days They will probably enlist on one of pleasure. m24tf There were' nine cases iii for trialin ''i si. ;
At the (expiration the battles: >l.ips now In port. '
the police court this morning. Ono \\1: SHOES FOR MEN, MADE BY HATHAWAY, SOULE : \; sr'I !

wi'I ibo'!l be"that assigned. ; to The attention of housekeepers is Maritime.Arrived. of the defendants was turned over to I k HARRINGION. HAVE A CO-tPUfF.A8-OltT-1: i:\ x 'i ..'

____ called to the, advertisement the county authorities and fane ', MENT. THIS, IN: CONNECTIONVITH: OUR "DORO! \ 4 tt r- i Io !
humor I Pelt FJro, who have added to their amounting to $275 were assessed in TIIY DODD'S" FOK LADIES, MAKB-? OUR SHOE oiuppo '

1,<= sure it's out lame:: and choice stock of staple and the remaining cases.FOR o SIOCK THE STRONGEST IN THE CITY o fit.cI .

Sarsapanlla.FCH I fancy groceries a complete' assort 11 Piemonte. Ital ss, 373::, Passatioe. ti

mwit of AnI! .rust tinware. This is I Xe\\ JOr- News t,) Calf Transit Co. SALE. {}. We havo Just Received .

F SALE. an article that will appeal to those Cleared. JL
I who are continually worried with Ir PS North Sa, Stephens, by Ten Thoroughbred Brown Leghorn .
reil llrown Lei :
uM !
Th' > > leaky tin vessels and will doubtless sacola Liinl'er ('II., for Hollinger, Holland Eggs $1 setting
.< l setting I per c HOSIERY NECKWEAR UNDERWEAR r. ,
him Eg ].cr have ready: sale.A with 2i'S."' !' 1 s ft sawn timyer; of 15. Guaranteed pure ,

of J->"- luuruntced pure for Grall;(lIlotlh, Scotland! with 5JU;;; :J.- 1
of tourists stock select. Leavelorder! at j' e you Inspect our Gents' Furnhhms; The tinny ,
caught a
sdcrf slot!.' Leave order at : squall : party 0111s( i ft homier, 4'J7fi(,';. sft sawn Urn Startling Values we Carry will Grutify You. ?
lake in Scotland and l thereatened4o Eosenau & Geralds. I' !
HfJeUllt J' Geralds- on a her; total value! flo.TG'l.;; ::;' .!j
their 1I0at.'hen seemed
MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES t that the criMS;: had really come thelargest I'r. is Dora for Boucan. I YOUR DINING ROOM, AND MAR- i GREEN, WATSON & CO. i f t .
FROM $' '>0 TO $12.50. SIXTY and strongest man in the party t 1a
!( Br. Aureola fur STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU {
DAYS FREE TRIAL ON: OUR LAMINATED I. in a state of intense fear, said<" ss IN SIDEBOARDS, CHINA its'. G j. w. i corn -, .G. v/. & COTTTIS-ia ,1.i'! ',
FELT MATTRESSES. TRY "IAt 'us pray.Xo.. no, my man! WANT
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ONE. MARSTON: &. QUINA. shouted> the bluff old boatman; "let VESSELS IN PORT. CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS. I ; 1 > t
the little man pray You take an P. ir., ;ht I ,
See HLC.':; n-' new label. oar"-April "Success. (
Steamships.Aureola Millinery opening of Spring fashions -
-- Br ss, Christopherson, 1308::; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,

Boston to Pensaeola Lumber Co Ii March 24 25 and 26, at Mrs. N. Bow :r

:b $ Dora Ur ss. Coulding 13S3: New ers, on South Palafox street. fIIY 1

York to Gulf Transit Co
t&/ LENTEN .
i Havana

-.n- t j toV.. Wittich & Co.
Durango, Span ss. Quintana 2297: ,

...SOL CAHN & CO'S... New Haven to Sutherland-Innes Co I i THING ON EARTH FOR YOUR 4 .

Firth of Forth Br ss, 13S3 Brady HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE.
Bon Bons and Chocolates. s +r
Providence to H. Baars & Co. RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTON & I j't'

1:1H! Ii MU &ur.ur.i: OlU:!':" TUIULK.\B.MF.KThOi' ., Ital ss Italia, 1811, Caldrone, Nor QUINA. rum lf: IIILICl t'I: ,>
I-'IM-I: : i: s ('01111.:11. : CU folk to Gulf Transit Co.
fJ !''o1l1:1"!!):I 'tUFlcll: 1-11 IU K, I

\ i:Mm a mO\T"I; : ':<; 1-1..11.KIl'l'KKKU IIIHm; G, Kingston Xith to Br nix ss,M.Sturenhen Robinson 14S9, ;!}udn's, fife :Best! /r Be. # W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, -: '

11' :.y
r 1/8 I Viuna. Span ss, Ruiz, 1983 Santiago Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St.
1, i '<;:lg Generally Kept in a First-Qass Grocery. PHONE .Piso's Cure will cure your cough, relieve
.. to Gulf Transit Co rt .

.,!'.,j-.,!:',.,) '!\t.\ '.;f.1f-.4..a"V'...._..JIiYiYr .. j Secunda. Gtr ss Correhen] 13U1.! soreness of .the lungs, and heli I

Castries, St Lucia to W. L. \\ ttichI I difficult breathing.Try :

,.'z'w. M"-;:= =' i i I & Co. I II DR. J. H. MOCK
tiI 1 North Sea, Br ss, Stephens, 10SS I The New; WANT COLUMN. ,
'. '? s2s2sasa EEas EXTRAORDINARY : Havana to PcnsacoU Lumber Co I ;" '3-' ;
,: Irmard Horn Ger ss, :Moller 93S. of Spring fash-

I '.. ,." -- t. u" SHCV'IMCl!! ______. :St George, to II. Baars &. Co I I ions.Millinery Tuesday opening, Wednesday, Thursday,: &1 DENTIST.
A'r !
,.' r/j; tj" t'\'I1: Ill, : j. Ships. I I March 24, 25, and 26, at Mrs. N. Bow> '

\ J :: &/ 'J .1 j (Carana Ital Fhip.Cosla: 14sS, Cape I ers, on South Palafox street. y ti :

.... ;)rJ reh-Grade!;: ;Novelties! I Town to H. Baars & Co. 28% S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Buildings t : ; r

.. L. Kings County Br ship, 20G1, Salter, .
,,' 'J I.I? W , .\ : i ing of new Spring Millinery, Tuesday,,, l i t
:', '5as.sEs252sas's:"" 25# 31 leret'rirtvl<< < 1
Boston to John A. :Merritt & Co. I

'VI",.rBiignl; ortnurlmi.mrtinnthPSwellPet Collection of ;THKTIY.K \ ,t Indus, Ital !ship Oneta, 1111 Marseilles : I and! 26. 5 ., p F 1
.u \I'ENntEL'IIE: : -. r\t-r vbnwn in fnisHcc tvrv ju-cl ifH )
'I. ta'iuni* iiiHRer' li..aruiic with u hams KB,hions' di-cres of ap- : !' to Rososco Bros. llromo O 7r ,
1 I. +troutI'ancandlongKong.wHiLENfromGreatBrittanand \ Hudgins has a new label for the i Laxative on every I! I :
) Oddere, Nor ship, Sars 12CO Dur > tliti118B cll'DY 1t
tifrat t..bIOUl'.nt..nlOr- -- theorld. --- '--- \ t ban to F. O. Howe & Co best 5 cent cigar on the market. . Cure .Cold faOne Day,Crtpm !/ box. 25c 'J l' I : ;

I ; 1224, Montevideo --.--- I 1
'11.1\'. WOOLANICOTTON Saga Nor ship liana, .t

'. :,. \\"t.t I'Biterns, 'un i HHI'SS: FA15KICS.KAtlste ;i to master CREW- ......... NOTLCEPI- .owners G. NERI. A. C. BINKLEY desires his friends t j1[

_' SI.51 to SS the patternm 3-1 inch all-wool, lull-lin5Qo ( Barks. N KITH consignees EK toe captain ol the Itnlsi and the public to know that I I.e baa y? "' t ,J

I'. ",'I'bt i Pattern fin- ha<1t't,..-.. -... .. yd 1I Adrokat Schiander, Nor bk. Mad- a nor Plclilu. will be responsible Moved to Room 508, Tbiesen build- i
for debts contracted by the ----- ---
I _:___ SI75vdi.p Albatros: incb, ail-wool.7oc qual-, ; sen.Algoa Bay to order crew of said vessel. lug, where he will continue as here

,. Evening I tip 600 yd \I Avil'more.or: bk. Hansen, 1043 V.COSUMINO, Ice Cream Parlors tofore, general law J' .
."..( '- lull Un I I y Gulf ('0.. Captain a practl e. ,, ; n r
,, i'r"utlldt'l"cr."m iimliiy| htanunesatcolors. 5Qc to $1 25ydMubalrg I: ,, Rio Janeiro to order Consignees. :Iron! ti4tt i

-, $1 10 yd -",,\), black and l.rnv. \ Ital bK Aniellina. 803 Maniace Marseilles .- -- ---- 2.:; S. ralalov Street.' Hot French Waffles with .' ,
I 1\ ,. >- \i ia! rang. of ptitlfins 50e to Sl.75yd II J Fort Barrancas Fla, March 21, --.-- Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's.
I I btst qIJalltv. to H. Baars & Co. ,
during .lies-black. nary fluid Crcuni. i 1903,-Sealed proposals; in triplicate .
600 yd 51.5125 and $1.50yd H Carlo P. Ital bk Boffe 1C73 Montevideo will be received until 11 a. m, April NEWLY ; ,4
I. .. I, ) : set REFITTED AND FURNISHED.All -- -- - -
n high c"has to orderGregona 2", 1903, for constructing one
KinbroM-rrd \ n 50c to S I 25\'d I ful t bachelor officers' quarters, one wagon I W. PEAKE
designs nnd colorinfl. -14inchjUipstttrrn I II Ital bk. Ohvari 847, Ten- ,
iu.,.i bcAiiufui (',.n- only) 58 to $14/ pattern \ shed tort Barrancas Fla. U Sreserves Kinds of Creams Ices, Glaces Electrical contractor and '
: I balder: ,
ilnnt ttrn1n- \ jenft to order accept any
r .n' right to reject or Fruits and Cakes. I
50cto 52 >d 1..rc..I -\\8"0.$2.25. to 53 pst :,: I' Lady Penrhyn Nor Ik Andersen or all proposals 'or any part thereof. LADIES'':' will do your electrical work in first:1: 1q f

I to order Information: furnished on application. PRIVATE PARLORS FOR I class style and at reasonable: rat//!. t ,
.lor A tu-l-it id jiH. i tnrbi'9 wide 773, .
20cydW. de PompeII. Ital bk Envelopes containing proposals shouldbe OR PARTIES. He can be found at 30 South Pal-ifcx Y
Madonna for Construction I ;
[ ; I Sturle 791, Havana to H. Baars & marked Public Buildings"Proposals," addressed. Maillaird's Candies: a Specialty. street. Phop ? 3. ; '

tI J. & FORBES. ..c11A Co. E. COLE Q M.,2J2423i IMS. PHONE: 6C2. }I 'ud5iu's, the JJest icr ;C.01' '_

Mary A. Troop. Br bk 1118 Walley )Jch. : I.i. Apr
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\ AFRICA. Curse

COUGHS 'The race question threatened to RATES FOR ST. ANDREWSLINE.

HOARSE uecome the great American Problem'

and Political Spectre. But Bishop '! OF .

Turner, of the South African Methodist -

church, In a letter to Senator !
i The Pen;::acola, S*.
Tiilman, February 24, thinks the rem-!, DRINKCURED Gulf Andrew dLf;!
fly STUFFY COLDSare edy is at hand. The negro divine I the following schedule Ump and t J.l rl.s!fitti to

favors deportation to that apply between Pensicoh: : 81l; the

"Large and sunlit land where no :| BY points named :

wrong bites to the bone." cnElIl'U:
From Africa came the colored man, Steamer Tarpon will l.

the kind that settle on the lungs and develop into and to Africa he must return as the Xotattt, la odfof' Ian lit girrn in glati oj cola every Tuesday ni.rht are at P r..a..:U

Israelites returned from captivity.''. ratertea, orcofte vUliout Iatiut', tlIOf(" o'clock after the arrival of the !'Io.
bile train and the P. & A.datlon .
According to Bishop Turner, God allowed -:I Wbl' Ribbon Rl'med.1II .. dgC'1 train. Thi !lCC'1lntno.>
tbedieaiid appetite (oralcoholic \ enable
the negro to be brought to !. lanti. ttuether. the patient Is a pet+on to leave Mobile mat 5 p. a
1 this country that he might be civIl- inebriate, a tippler" social drinker or make close connection at Yeeatoll tn.
PLEURISY drunkard. Impo-ible for anyone to have an
ized and return to redeem his kIn- I appetite for alcoholic liquors alter using and reach Kt. Andrews the nflt
White Ribbon Remedy. morning at 7 o'clock.PASSENGKH.
dred in Africa the land of his ances I
Indorsed by Members of W. C. T. U
tors. Under the American flag "the I I I
I rs. Moort'. superintendent of Wo .
PNEUMONIA stars are for the white man the I men's Christian preu Temperance Union, The passenger rate from Pen*.. ,'iwill
.eD-1 be a* follows
I :
California writes: have
stripes for the negroot many l'tCrll.
1' Ribbon Remedy on very obstinate To St. Andrews! aud St. Audrey
years ago doleful results followedan drunkard! -,andthecurea have been many. point?-f6 00; round trip Mu
In many cases the Remedy was givenIecretty. | -
attempt to deport several ship- 1 cheerfully recommend rand in- 'I To Apalachicola and Carrab: . CONSUMPTION loads of negroes. Reports from the i done White Ribbon Remedy. Members ot'cu'l'nlon $850; round trip $1;;.
and are deligteri to find an economical : The e fares include $r.t.e.
.South show that the rapacity of | ante, work treatment" to aid us in our temper- cabin, stateroom and lIle3kFnrther u;*

i ready-witted swindlers has found an t i information can bl .1.
| Druggists or by*.mall, U. Trial package irf j
by applying at the ,
opportunity for profit in the proposed conipa; :a
tree by writing Mrs. A. M-Towr-send (Ifor in i the Thiesen build In::.
Slaves' Pension Bill. Thousands of .
yaars secretary of a Woman's Christ- I -- -

. southern negroes are being fleecedof ain Temperance Union), 218 TremontSt CARPENTRY AND
small sums on the promise of pens.ons. -
Boston, Mass. Sold luPeasacolabytlftun.ih :
of the old slaves b{ ;
v $1 Many \; Eros.21 Palafni! : St ELECTRICALWORK

i f I contributions from their former masters -. +

'r I ; in sums of a penny upward. I t.tHICHfSTEIi'i ENGLm,. r

I This picayune robbery will probably ,;JEfHrii1Q'ft\l$ I\ Ring up Pearl & Dolivi.. .
'sOLEY'S : aLd
FOLECS: continue long, because of the inipooibility tl _i _\ ",tr'bl. ...Nd.1...1. '; "....._ | if von l'!\ve any carj>e-.t .,'
ti Iii ..J. '-h-\ltAH.. ... .10. 1".11...... ..oj l cat work you want well d'Dc3fi3T02TI11<
: t- ,-, CHI I!I -t .
4 U: '
of exposing the swindlers bypublication.Cullier's '' is\t.Ll: Ift"
"""" ,.,..... I
l l4S "" l\i'.. ..f' 3 l.m.l < d -
AND TAR ,, \Veekly. ''"'. 'vtranYhrr.L ...
*." i ... r 1 ::
1 I ) .tp 'I,, 'In..r ? -twlew. .. .4 1" Iw : .
i ,
I- r-" .!'?"' t..1. 'i', ....'"" ....:..II/*'.,' '"5." ..1. fcari tl. A la KiCJ LV': 131eJ6'11tuo
TO THE CAMPS OF FIRST VV* "f .I' ''1.1" .'.' "lar -"." : ? b' re.
CALL -\ / .. 1ml. I* "iu, 4B .:. -
___ FLORIDA DIDC. .'-. '... ...'....."''j'.i.rCk...... ",.lo'ml.'.11... ,' f4 fll--. '

stops the cough and heals the I -. -- -- .- -
Headquarters First Florida Brigade,

and serious 11 U C. V. Pensacola, Fla.March:: 17,
lungs prevents : 1903. I WICKE&CO.

B- To the Officers and Camps of the
results from a cold. Q1 NE& .TAR IU First Brigade:

\ sp "I In conformity with a custom of Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter

Consumption Cured 'COHTI1NS NO'OPlATESt these headquaters, your attention is ,

Foley &: Co., Chicago. Dana Ind., Sept. 28, 1902. I f' called to
(SHllllUUUIIVi-: hereby; officially our an-
H Gentlemen:-FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR cured me of consump. t No. i South Falafox Street
r tlon after I had suffered two years and was almost desperate. Three physicians \Aa.a lagtemedp is mini reunion of the brigade to bo

failed to give me any relief and the last one said he could do me no eood. I tried I.b old... 10\llllo..J held at DeFuniak Springs on Veter- All Kinds oi Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hans
almost every medicine I heard tell of without benefit until FOLEY'S HONEY RfttommeodedbytbfiMedica] I'tl an's Day Saturday, March 2S, I&03. : 'TKLEPHONK K2S .. wF.4' AOT.A. "'J,.,
' AND TAR was recommended to Its effect from the
me. right start was magical. !
s of the of this brigade .
I improved steadily from the first dose and am now sound and well, and think "Faulty for the vartflis'Ti It, Some canmps I --
' FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR is a God-send to people with Throat and Lung .iaffectioitsoftheFOLEY.&CO I df have fallen into apathy and it is

Trouble. Yours very truly, Mrs. Mary Ambrose.FOLEY'S urged that :ny such camp reviving :: SAMUEL CHARLES

..goatiG bezt' : its work send delegates to this reunion ,
11- 'I.: Iii
1 HONEY AND TAR Band (at the rate cf one delegate 8 BDDT AND SHOE MAKER

.Lung for every twenty members or frac- ,

; 1 contains no opiates and does not constipate \, it ion th !reul'), at \,:'irh time we will r c REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

: elect a brigadier general to serve L':"_..._., ..fjQ Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes Leather & .
I'UPAUn ai ,jH f} I !,;.;,, _.._"_ ,; Finding
like ordinary cough medicines. for the ensuing twelve months.Daily. .
jl, !I'I'HONFI: lt. 00': S(>l'rll r.\u\to\ HTIIKKT.JJ. .
; almost hourly our comradesre
.. !
-' passing so that for some -- -
THREE SIZES-25c 50c and $1.00 CHICAGO ILL ;1 away
of us there can be but a few more

\ f times when we will gather for the .
The 50 cent size contains 2; times as much as the 11. .1 feasts of loving comradship. I I ,

t small size, and the $I.00 size almost 6 times as much. 1. .Ii There will be a very low rate on :OKXKU TARRAGONA AMI IXTKNUKNCIA STUKKTS.

I'J ,._ 41 Dealers in
lithe railroads to DeFuniak for this.

By order of F. C. BRENT & Choice Staple and Family Groceries, *s&

W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, No. m S. Palafox Kt.Cluer .

ii .. Brigadier General. Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too rainy: to enumerate.and .
f -- I -- ----- ,,'. L. AV1TTICH, Adjutant General. \\arranted to be the Best the Market Atlorda and can be

More Riots. Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given us During the
; Spiders. 1i..Ely.s .
V.OLATED THE Holidays and will Deliver free to any fart of the City.
I took a large gilder from his web Disturbances of strikers are not

tinder the biiM'im-at of a mill! put him nearly as grave as an individual dis Liquid Cream Balm is an old; COUNTRY ORDERS: WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.
tin a chip of wmnl him afloat
SUNDAY LAW order of the system. Overwork, loss friend in a new form. It is preparedfor P. 0. BOx 326.
if on tLe tjUiot waters: of the pond!, says ahaturul'.st J. E. Duhuisson
of sleep, nervous tension will be followed the particular benefit of sufferers I & Bro.,
; He w.iKed! all al>out the PHONE 66.
i1 by utter collapse, unless a reliable from nasal catarrh who are used toatomizer
s'des! of hip bark!:, surveying the situ.i-! I FaD1ily G-rooorsi
a vrryarefuy.!! and when ellfll.t ANTONY LEVANTI FINED $250 remedy Is immdiately employed. in spraying the diseased
There's nothing so efficient to
It lie \\.i' re..liv ;lt!..;it and !'.lout a membrane. All the healing and soothing i
1 j+ r.l from l slur! seemed! tn I.,' fully BY MAYOR JONES FOR SELLING cure disorders of the Liver or KId- properties of Cream Balm are retained "
neys as Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful .A. :::M:
; 1 ,n. 'rel.eiiiltil 1'4> liHil.til out for the LIQUOR ON SUNDAY. tonic, and effective nervine in the new preparation. It Avery

yJ iiciri".t iinl. and the greatest all around medicinefor I
does not dry up the secretions. Price !i
This 1'nu.t fairly sfttiiii JJ..MI. lie Jm- down systems. It dispels
i including spraying tube, 73; cents. At (SUCCKSSOB TO AVERY t WOOLFOLK,)
jneUi.i i .'ly lng.iu: to cast n web for it. I Nervousness, Rheumatism and

i lie thrl'w it as fir :w pin-ilile: in the Antony evanti, proprietor of a Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs. your druggist's or Ely Brothers T.O i IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

jiir and w.ih tl.e: wind It s.on readiedti'e Only 50c and satisfaction guaranteed Warren Street, New York, will! mail''
wharf saloon whose
iiMtisef;: placeteas
j h. '.r ...hi': fa t to the "pi ire< I by W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist, it. HARDWARE.
railed Sun lay night! by OHicers!!
I tJf ;:1.," Then i I' ;am.l.l himself alxiiit 121 Palafox street !
/ Sanders and Kay, was fined $:;;II in EGG HUNT AT ST KATHERINE'S. i
anti it;I' t:! '. i-i-l.iiin I b.,:all to hauler ii I Iron Nails :
i I Axes, hovr l I' .w Mill and Steamboat
''n "'..: .,\ h'u1: ell Ills: l'lfi'- the pilico court t liiis morning for selling Ho Rolls at 5 p. m. lOa On Easter Monday. April 13.: the' supplies Cooking and M L<
4 j ,'.!".'t\ III'.'.I it til.tll lilt ll.Uk, liquor ou Sunday.Lrami a .ioz., ut Solomon's. thIrd annual Egg Hunt for the child- Window Oia",! Guns, I'i-t. mi Fishing Tackle.

hr'can t:o 11.o tou'irilLou-. ASt was represented by Scott f and Tiuware
Will be hold in St. Katharine's: Agate anti 11'truldl'urnishing Qoot19.LU .
Ullln..1 J! j\ fisli'l'" lie the f.i; "Vr \\' :\1. Ijip'in. Esq.[ who submitted theBaca rca
Cervantes and Mavisstreets i
tlptlll h! to keep hawser tnt atul Lumber.2x3 Rectory grounds AOENS FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY
\\illiout East Hill, at 4 o'clock in the i
froUt t.. .' !itig t'w! water. Very spin lsi passing sentence Mayor Jones :! scantling, $:3 i per thousand. afternoon. A prize is to be given to ]' Revere Giant Hutched Belting, Northampton Emery

rl'-lu..1 tl'-' sh.'r.. 1'1.1 'Illiddy It'apill Sx0. scantling, $G per thousand. the children finding the Golden Egg, '' Wheel t.. I. inn &; Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kal-
to t'-rrn! lit I'M: F.,,il !i., way lum\\"Ilnl. said ht was satisfied from the ('\'i. Other items in proportion. Call and and light refreshments will be served. soma Iron King and 15uck Stoves and Ranges Win
1 deuce adduced that the Sunday lawLad Coups Jt Cots Raw Hide Lace: Leather
see us.MOlmo. Masury'a
T:>;:'iKitiLtiiat is:<' light iN' :I speeialeti The ladies are preparing to make this I
d'l,' ).-rt 8II'...I..pliou la that line of b"1'1l violated in this case and he BECKMAX LUMBER CO. figs Hunt more than usually enjoyable. Made Railroad Colors.:

1 iMijtniatishiii<.l th" re-.t cor his "''>iu- concluded by imposing the usual fine. An admision fee of twentyfivecents Masonic Temple, ,$ Pensacola }')s.

Iinnlti. 1 -eternl "f tln-m. They t Try The News' WANT COLUMN. will be charged for each person

all Calls ti shirr In ULe; niiuiner.n I O.A.S"t" :nXA.: ._ which will inclUde refreshments and
For Over SUIT Year participation in the hunt.
Yea \ )laafs
Flat Llf.. Pol Ria. WlNSLOW'B B #
Kg!satin Y
Iii ell n ilwiliins us the avernge been used for over sixty yvan by millions olmoiUers I .. ( -- ---

flat" of the north,- vacy of hotne Is rii'-urnl to a minimum.Tl with perlect success. It eoothei the child I BUY THE
I tofteoi the ellpatucurr. wind
The f not steps (.f the tenant, the rolling gumtallaye -
olii!. and Is the best remedy for DUrrhw GhvisThiesenCORNERINTENDEHCIA
: of their ;per.iruh'.tlntors.! the cries of : New Orleans and Mobile.
I1 I
It sill relieve the poor little BaHerer Immediately. ,
their children! tl.e nf their
I 8 jld by Druggist In..v..r7 part N- E
breakfasts. lutu-N and dinners, are I
ot the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle No.6. So.4. Xo.J. No.S. No.I. Mo..
omnipresent! alit! not to be bauUluvlveti be sure you ask for"M ra.Wlnslow'a Boothngjyrup T.15 a 12I\m Ilu6 p Leave_ Peniacola _Arrive 1i:1XI a 4:00 p prep p
by mental menee. If tLy aremusically and take no otter kind. AND BAYLEN SIS. I eta: it %::.7 p 1:02 a L..a1'll._. Klom&ton._ Leave %:s.'i a *:*> p 7.25: p
I / lluo a crp: 9:65 a I"'ave..,, Mobile __ Leave llI8n't: II&: D 6:00
I, hit-lined the utliers must listen I SEWING MACHINEDo _.____ H.!!.p 7:>na Leave _Nexirieana.Lava J''Alp 7iGa; : p_
t I'rft'r"t" ami have no other retire- MONITOR FLORIDA One Block West of I'alafox. !

t than to 1"'lin.untl'r perfurmatuv.Nune I BEST EVER MADEOf not be deceiteiby those who ndVenice North.

cheerful writer saiil. "While a a fJOoewin( Machine for KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF

he work." but the ?_').t"l. This kind of anlachimecan -So. t. I No. 4. '
ean.sii ..
man can: Course She is. With that Successful NO. I No.
be Imujrht front iHornny <>four 11:05 p m I 11:1 D m Leave_ Penlacola. Arrtve 400
that while b. Is sliming II m 'I t:0iam.B8pra
trouble often Is I Name. dealers froiu ,l. .Ooto 13.00. l5am .: 7pm ArrlveoIontlomprYI..eave 1Il6am :
i t oilier people are unable to work. 1I:58am I 8OIpm Arrlve. Birmingham ,.Leave 8:88am
X.York, March 21.-The official 1'lJ6pm;
fciuli f ro>l partu-ipatKin: In the lives WE MAKE A VARIETY. PUREST ij f 1 L1QIIORSFOR 7:05pm I 1IOa m Arrlv _J.a !mile _Leave __ I : _

Nf of others I Is Irritating and upsetting to figures of the trial trip of the newwhich THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. ill 7:30!: >am m 1, ll5 8::>Sa a m m Arrive ArrlveClnclon"ULene_Loaliville _Leave .1I'JOpm:1:1: p m i 1 ll:15pmHfj6pm 9:4.5: a IB

Mi the u"'n'es. and though: we may l-o will- monitor Florida was male I The Feed determines the strength 01weakness 7:20: am 1:1npm i Arrive... ....t. lx>ou ....._Leave 4:15pm

in:; to well with those who weep audrej"ioa yesterday, show that the ship is the of Hewing Maehines. The l PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.No.

with those who rejoicere most successful one of its class ever Double Feed eouiliiueil with otherstrong .

would prefer to have some choice in built for the United States navy. II iKi'mtdinaktstlie New Home I Jl-DaUy. No. t-Dally No atop where time not shown No. 1-Dally Ho. n-Daiir
the Itot sewing Machine: to buy.
the matterNew Orleans TimesDemocrat The Florida made over one knotOUT Family or bledlcidal Use 11:56 p m 7ao I m Leave.___ Peu&eola.Arrln 10:60 p m -6dp -;;-
II showing the dlff' + Bohemia.. ., "
I 12:15 night :11:
10:1IT" Ioe"
the required speed. W't r r I CIRr'UlARt'I t rent tyln ,
[ 1o1 Machines of 12 rw: II 7IS It // Ynlettra_,..... 10U It 1:01"
The test was thoroughly Dewing ItD": '::18" _EicamblaMulat It 10:1t" 1m"
I we manaCacture and prices before purchasing i FOB It __
satiSfac'l 1285 7.IS7M 1/ It
: 10
best and : ':66'
The rill 'neata the stars
tory, and the monitor will be I II IMtt I --- Harp __ 10:21" 6:60'

1 stripes; I ed and put into service by the government -I THE NEW HOME SEWiKC HACHINE GO.ONANGC ,I Toe Sailor Lan U 12.60"M i 718 T:118 II" "" _-GMitClty Milton_., "II 10tO"10:10" 1:17"1:1 "

Little Early Risers of worldly repute.It immediately. MASS. i or SIDan. 1:10 i B m I! _Good Rant __ 1:61"
cleanses the and never S Union Sq.X.Y,Chicago lI.,Atlanta,Gm, 1:56 It 1:16" ___Holtl _. __ 1:11I" 1:16"
system Bt LouU.MiX,Doi asTes, ,Saa KraucUxi,Cat 1:90 8:W II "' Mllllgao __. I:. 1:11"
tII" 1:88" '
gripes. CreitTlaw 1:11 4:00"
i AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT? FOR_SALE BY ':00" 8-M II It _....D Mr Land __ 1:11" .:31"
Ask for DeNVitt's and take no and Swedish Punch DanisH Aquaril, ':M II 1:11" It MOHJ Head.DeronlakBpnniu_ II 1:60 It .:111"
Unusually a hacking cough a
4:1* II 9!:11" II .
: other 1:18 1:61.
substitute.A German Kummel and brands
'I general feeling! of weakness, often ANTALM1DYThese 1:13" 9:44 ArlYl, ':44 1:11"
small pill easy to buy easy to take of Imported Wines and Liquors. 1.0' 1:67' It __Pono de LeonZZ: ,:. 1:11"
leading| to fatal results after the patient 1:00 II 10:10' ___Weit vlll __ I Ti' 1rA.
and easy to act, but never failing In is supposed to have passed the tiny Cipsuks ire superiorto Here only will find the N. C. 1:08" 10:11. __ Caryvllle_ II ':It.. 1:611"
results. DeWItt's Little Early Risers -',danger point. Fol y's Honey and 'Balylmof .Cop&iba, you I.a It II 10:10. "II ___BonlfavChlpl __ ':1\6\ II 1R: II
Tar is guaranted to cure the "grippe 1 Crbehi tend I Bowen Kentucky Whiskey :24 years 6:00 10:47" It IIIT" 1:01 It
arouse the secretions! and act asa > Injections (m 1:10 II 11:07 It .Cottondale_ It 1:11" 11:118 LOOK
I I cough" and make you strong and I They cure In 48 horns the old. ,:00 II 11:21 It II.. .Marlanna.Y. II 'OQ It 11:11"
tonic to the liver, curing permanent. 1-M It 11:45 ... ,
,,'el1, It never fails to stop a cough'if .. CyprPII ,. .. 1:18" 11:15 a H
I 9&m dYL "WIthodt anylaI 'OJ) Valhalla Branch, corner Garden 7:40 It 11:111" It _.Grand Kldge_ 1:01 II t II:" "
!y. Hargis Pharmacy. John Sheppard taken in time. Take no subs "peen.' 101.11 II! I.fqICGITt.. ':M" UOII noon w __ Bneadi._.,_. 1:21" 10MTHI '
Sidney Kahn. I lutes. I ""-- _. street and 10th avenue. IU' 12:11" AlnuBlnr liaotloa Lean 1:10" 110:14 I II

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Without, 1lkJ1 SHOT CRAPAT A Man of Meanscan EXONERATED. Doctors Extend Time.

34s ; ct4iE

-. COULDINC ill-afford to be without the FROM BLAMEIS -
=- : -- )
? = -; pamphlet published by The WHO HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO fytA




Banker'sVill.." It explains a FOR THREE MONTHS TO ALL jt
curious provision in the will of WHO CALL UPON THEM BE- .

cAl' FORE APRIL 21. :il't :
the President of a National ,

Will Simmons. one of a gang of Bank in New York City and The coronor'a jury empaneled to investigate A stall of eminent pnvMdans and cur 1iir. 3 t
negroes who participated in a big '' !feons from the' lied Cros* Medical! Institute
the death of Willie Williams, have at the urpe it solicitation of a large t 'i t}' .
dice game at Goulding Saturday gives the list of securities in I number of patients under their care In this 31 j' 1
colored, who was killed by a switch country established a annanent branch I
uj night, arrested at that
was place yesterday which the largest accumulationof of the Institute In thtscity at -,
by Deputy Sheriff Mike Mur- engine at Goulding Monday night returned : -
r trust funds in the world is a verdict 111 West Chase Street. .
yesterday evening
__ Phy. t I
Simmons was brought to the city i invested. The pamphlet is sent that the deceased came to his death I The eminent gentlemen have decided to : !
give their service onll-elv free for three :
and locked up in the county jail to free to those who write for it. accidently and exonerated the train mnnthsiiiediclneeaceptcdtoall) Invalids : 1 J I
who call upoi. them for treaunulNow
e/ await a preliminary hearing on the crew from lame -Let: : ; 1 1B -
e't :: -:/j charge of gambling. This Company ranks A coincidence related by the deadman's tw ca 2nl April 21. -. .tt:'! ,. ;. : ;j.-)
; /irj/-In Assets. i
.. 'cL \ -- :-- Dan' Dudley, colored, who was shot FIrst-In Amount Paid Policy.holden. wife was made public yester These ervlees consist not only of con .r.i
'. : -z. day. :She said that on the before sultation.nomination and advice-, but alba ti t I
evening r
in the First la
thigh as a result of a disputeover Age. j of mln"r surgical operations. i '.'
p I the game, will also ha\e to en- he was killed he began to cry and II III j I The object In pursuing this course .
;- THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE I I I is to become rapidly and personally noquainled f., t : I
.-.-- .. I.. :. ___. u- swer to the same charge. lie is also acted in a very strange manner. with the nick nml," tp.J."nd under i t 1 .
,-- - COMPANY NEW YORK no conditions mill any charge whateverb :
-- -- or When he he '
askl'i1'hy was crjing
I confined in the county jail. .. made for .
fervlreirendere.1 fur tlneemontba .
any .',
&-. Xjr gg]{"SHE WAS BRED IN OW KENTUCKY" RICHAKD A. McCukov,President.! said "1 am so full." Nothing more to'all1lbo!! call before April 21st.! !: : ;.

', The dot'frs treat all forms of dl-.a-e and I .. ,. ..,
Nassau, Cedar, William & Liberty was thought; of his strange conduct, deformit, and guarantee a cure IQ every J"I
case they undertake. At the first Interlew ) 4? .
iKCuilQCH-TheDistilier-OwensDoro.Kentuchy. NEGRO WOMEN Streets. NEW YORK, N. Y. but the matter was brought to mind \. a thorough examination Is made and ; ,
; after he was killed. If incurable you: are frit';kjy and kindly told :
CiCII "AVIIiLCOX Manaser. I so; RI-oa.I\.t.t1a>HiLat spending muuey for I. :

HAVE 'A FIGHT Jacksonville, Fla. | u-eirt Male and treatment.female' ,...eakoe. catarrh and 4;t : 4 !

L. BEAR & CO., DISTILLERY DISTRIBUTORS, PENSACOLA, FLA. T. C. WATSON & CO., DOs'rict 1\'lnaga \\llllr and Ills Polltmem. I catarrbal deafness; alto varicocele. rup- ) .t4 "" .J !'
tur"dwltr..t'lInc..rand..n disease ot the .i
Willie Ins at Sunday: ,
I (reading verse
- .. Peusacola, Fla. I II rectum are positively cured by their new 1. :ii ; Ci
I school)-"And they took Joseph's coat i treatment. .
TAKE NOTICE. : Tort Rarrancas, Fla., March 9, VIRGINIA ALLEN AND MARGUE 'I killed a ly and dipped the coat in the .j I lit Theirchietss-oelateatirepcin* will be in personal charge; of thelnstll It it; .. ,

r-v, -m it may concern: 19'i2.-Sealed proposals in triplicate blood." i tOilets %o. Ill VeaL linse Office Hours 5.
RETTE JONES CREATE DISTURBANCE Bnnnlt Column" In :Mrxiro.Then ";' ow, Willie," said the teacher, "you 9 a. in. to 7 p. ui. bunda 10 a. in. to 1 p.m.
> ifd after this date all Resolu- will be received until 11 a. ra. March are tolumnj of hil> .iit hi Mexico I
the read Skilled kid, not
ki:ow text a .
C"ds c: Think: Excursions or ': :28:! 1OJ!)I :!, for constructing five cisterns, ON EAYLEN STREET. which may be rl' afl'ld as one of S '.. I
f-> a boy. _______________ ___ '
"ttrf: nments to whicn an adMis. Fort I'ickcns, Fla. U. S. reserves the natural condors of the world.,! They "Yes but didn't you tell us it is vulgar PARKEtt'S -)} 1-, 4

S-P >15 charged, and simi'ar notices, riht! to reject or accept any or all limy IK? seen at Hl'a! falls and there to bay 'kid' when: talkingabotit, lit- ,_ Clrmniri HAIR awl bo-aut.t.u BALSAM tbt btit ,. .,
proposals or any part thereof. Information Alexander \<>a Iluiubuldt! saw and admired tle boynif" replied the apt scholar, 'S Primurtri a Itu..t punth. ).
'w tt oiarged for at regular stiver- Considerable excitementas created Nver Fails 10 H'store Gr y O I .
furnished on application. Envelopes thorn! when be took his famousjourney beaming with! delight: ;: at his );llUlllIll'III' .. .----. Hftir to, 119....lou'Lfiil Color. ?. -r :
t. 2 l.tCS. I containing; Iroposals should" on Bajlen street last night as a ro'ird the woild. As regular, ory.-Philadelphia Telegraph. I Cure nJtl'VU irmlp d *it IT.I-FH bntr hl1a.io_._ J : : j.
be marked "Proposals for Cisterns, and symmetrical; these! columns are as ; .lI
addressed, K. COLE Q. M. result of a fight between Virginia AlIen though they bad boon fashioned by it-- i ': .
Try The News' WANT COLUMN. I' March 17 18 19 :20:! 20 :27.:! -- "' \ I.: o.of
and Margncrett Jones, both color! Lunian hands and jet they! are entirely
J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT. ; 1' I -M.
ed. i natural and of volcanic origin.: They ,

I are of great bright, and no one can see .I l I.
The fight took: place in a Main them fll!' the lirt time without beeoin- VAN PELT BROTHERS f i.: :

Laxative Rromo Quinine!!! jg iVL ) On street resort and the cries of the Allen lug gn'itly: impressed. .

Cures a Cold in One Day Crip in 2 Days l /\. cD""I.. 25c woman could be heard for a couple In I'msal's <"iu Scotland there are .

of blocks. columns of basalt! somewhat similar to STAPliE AND fANCY GROCERS. rl* : tl
others -
Qth of the woman were arrested those, and on St Helena there are

by Officers Carlin and loach and in though! : tl'e latter instead of standing < t ;
ereet. are piled together: on the
D. HALE WILSON, the police court this morning they ground and loe\ K\e tniniis! of trees. FRESH LINES OF DELICACIES RECEIVED DAILY AND DELIVERED 01.< ,\..J'".r l i...I: IOf' if ,

were fined $5 each. ANY PART OF THE CITf. of : i : I

Real Estate and Rental Agent AN ARAB'S HORSE. Jfudaln's, the Best for DC. Have Added to Stock a Complete Assortment of Anti-Rust Tinware. Positively 'fl'; ;'. .l

Guaranteed Not to Rust. This is Something that Housekeepers t '

\i, f South: Palafov Street, The Story of-nu-EnKllnlininn'i Attempt have not had the Opportunity to Purchase Before. jJfj! \ .: t 11 i

to 1'urrhaie It. :
In Ills! "Souvenirs dun Voyage": M. .t7 7
Spoil describes' a visit! to Arabia and : ,:
If You
the attempt' of an Lnxhsh; friend to '

Classified Advertisements. buy Arabian horse. The KnglUhman I I H -- TELEPHONE NO. 231 J* J* J* 31 EAST GARDEN ST. j ., : t : :: .4 t :
was at great pains to induce the Arab .
.. .f I
---- :
-- sell 1I-
who owned the horse to agree to (

ONE CENT A WORD. him. I Ie pi-rsuaditl the man to makean Doors and eVjncjoyScreens < ( 1.1J :

. appointment to conclude the sale ... t I Ii
LOST lilack and I after Nnplo'lngS much diplomacy i: k"i '
tan log answers to '

N\GHE\\ TO lOAN ; name of (Charlie). Scar on kit hindquarter as would be tistd in a year in mnkr.g p-p I J.i p GSOL the' 'l"1"1"liforma Rirat tested ud \ ? li') : '/'- 0 :.

or breaking the b.ilnnce of power in .1a$ KeraeJy will cure I .
reward if returned to I I .
residence It also cures Liver Kidney and 2g
1Ilbl term and ; of L: Williams, :227! Xorth Europe. you ladder diseases. caused by an eirosg ofi HAVE YOU THOFOHT OF ,' &j,t .
w' I' On t'o! eventful diy the Englishman, i uric acM It never fulls and builds up 1 't
Uajlen street. the health and strerpth while using it. THE PROTECTION AND 'I' "[ ;
J v\ !,i.lTLLARD J with M Sjil! ami M. IjKcans. rode to
Pcud btamp for book of wonderful Ct'r.ti ,
:L- s .. r .. .i"x.i Up-Suira. M13-tf. the ronW\oas ami found the Arab pitting fica tt'S, Price $1 per boule.fRIo t'om'OltfTIlF.\ ? 11 }
.1. A. \V!MX IN, M dimmer; j / by his, horse whkh was ly druggists. If your druggist can not ',.' : ('
_. WANTED. supply yon it will lie Pent prepaid upon : ; .
? Get Prices Now. ; d
) I I receipt of pnoc. AilJrets ; .
J .
-- "I-ns jIIDI.ik" (I salute you be- i \ : ;
MONEY TO LOAN W.XTElGtIl.tI nurse immediatelyat pan the Englishman: (mutiously. \Vhat i Urlcsol dienlcil CO., Los AngeiesCaL :
OI j !I.-. '. ,j''I.I waons, :301: West Chase. nilCtf. th.-ill I p.jj jou fur jour horse:" or theDistributing 11. G. DeSilva & Co. 1 Lr ; :: i

: ',,! ,! i.t I other kinds of \\lio kiiowb':" said the Aral II N Brnnswig & Cn., Wcw (forl' an'l La \r ,. '.:'

j' J." .1 i i '[1' 'y. ru.iine3 pri. WANTED 6 YOUNO )Ilfrom "Throw ('II uiy cloak !here whatever Agents. Tolophcixc 11. t t <:! '': :

V ,it. .:rl'r.'c :aarai'tpf'd. Kic.iuibia; County at ones to prepare you (iff't I $ ij1 ; : '
-- i' (
;;1'1; :'. l'i.: ii t \ tst. A. A. Fi-her. for Pu-itions in the Government Three thousand plasters fell at the I : }.I: : I i
:2m tf Kervice. Apply to feet (If the iU1pa"siH.all, then lO.otltl, I I J 'JJ "t'J .
Inter titate Corres. lust :
then 10, NuF10| : J,0.\N-\V. K. Ieri. Cedar Ripidi Ia.d&wlin 'i
w..:: ". \L"ti!' Ac'>tit. Money to shone. Ten thousand pincers more won I NOW OPEN \ ,:;: :: !

1 I .L ni 1 it r>. i-i'inlilratw: of intere -- him. "Ah," he said, gin; up to Lis .

II; ., .: ." I -, ,'unt\,.. Ollice 112 and WANTED: -All kinds of empty beer masnifieeut animal, "we mu!'t part." Biggest, Busiest, Best it: ; t il : .: I

I lit I :'" .'':, 1 l' ,irra.'Mii itreet.MO.NKY bottles. H. A. Friedman. n9-ti The Englishman began to bridle the : :

---- hori The Arab sohlMtl. Suddenly the i ALLEY > g 1-
: To LKXIJ I on unproved XTEDI'n to learn barber Intellicent animal, penvhing his new BOWLING 1 LJi: .. !
ri il I t -t i'e in Iire or small &
an" .; :- at l low rite: of interest. trade. Special offer for s-hort time owner, sprang away 1\r..1 m-lslntl They Speakfor ;' j ;r !

l'.U. L..-lie E. Krnnka, Tools, tuition, board and Saturday mournfullj' Xo one could doubt that l .1'
:II 1..... ., i t :*;. 1'alafox fit., Fisher wages included. Positions sjuaranteed. he knew what was going ...', Ito 11 Vest Icleileicia M! 1r. ,. Irr I
b,: : I'' 3mlin With one bound the dihll.f tn! Ih' 1' ;' j .t, ;. I
i. Particulars mailed! fiee. JIoler ert was in the saddle: ".\ icl1:" he .-:I hI. Opposite JB.: McIIuch's.INSURANCE I ; 't.if." !
takes I !
Ml'l\EY:. : 'JO.YUI] ) you ueedD l College, New Orleans, La. "Your money could hewer replace my ___ n r l f \ **. ;t j. ) ( .I

n. : : \ can borrow any I m21-Gt.: only friend!" And be \amshid in a \ ;l }.
an "i:'.: \"'>u want today ou easiest cloud of dust"Stupid" We let the ShIrts, Collars: ." 04,. J '1" i 4
t. Th 1 .: J t totWt..t rates anywhere NICELY furnished rooms with bath TA g1 Vlatl & .,, .il/'t >
: cried my English! friend, II u and Cuts wj Launder speak forthemselves. : 'l :liI t, ;,1 !
I.b: r
II 1 I"' on real
improved city $loO' and $2.00cck; with good) I ,
Lome in silence.
rode i'
"!..uuVin.. Fisher 204'z! 1'). and then we They will\ talk louder ': ,' I I, !
: board $;:;000 week central location
l' ., ; i/I .
''trr.: -t. In-tl iLac. we can. We want to be judged :: : ':

26 South Spring street between Mirth Not Mlirry, Lore Tompanr. more oy the work we do than by "J.' .1 f't 1 '.
\OI \\ loll to borrow money, in- Wet Itomana and Garden streets. I have always doubted the proposition AND o. i !
I whatwesay. -0. .. rALL
Tt- and
.> inure your property Transcient solicited. m19-1m, that "mibery loves rompnn3' I
i t' .d" ah-trtets: of title, or o such statement' REAL ESTATE h.1- !
buy -- -- -' have believed that a ;
; ;'
p .. 1 '. 't.ue, rent property of : .-' .HC. e4ALL. was first put forth by some arch hypo- I No.I South Palafox Sireet. .i ; ii !

8, : : fi, 'inn, have rents coir I, trite whose misery was but a pretence I WORK c. o. D. Mi CaBtl !In ui DeHmed Free.'.3tl- -
1 : ,:"ur taxes attended to, FOR BALI]-The most desirable '. J !
'. ; I .,Ire.* Thu!!. C. Watson lots in the city on easy term, by and who was beckoning some other Partial List of Desirable Dwellingfor TELEPHONE J J4. 27 GARDEN ST. '. ;. ': ; J .t\; : .
*: ( i I. .i K-late and lu-urauce the Fi-her Heal Estate Agency.2O4 sham btilTerer Into a quiet corner I. Kent in Various Partsof 1 I -

*- 1'. ...teola.o'la.l Charge South Palafox.FOIt Isaim wlll"!'!'. they could both Le ju\'I\11111 the' I the Cay : !
Manager.Tin !
: i 4fl
In everyone who buys -- --- ----- --- sly. Mo.00-2'-Ftory!! bIune. containing rooms 1.i
knowledge of universal -, ail modern conveniences hath OL
i we will lend money SALU CIUAP-Roll top desk. however slight my 1 pml lower Doors corner lot .
upper .
.imiKl a liou-e. bJ-tf: : new. Leslie H. Drunks, Fialier Build- I misery may be, I can attest | nice)'RrI1and .hruh!>"ry, stable.nutbouses -
--- - ,-- ill?. :2:!:'.mllU.I I from Iwr".nal! exporuni-e that my ovumisiTj etc., >o. T14 Kau uHuai lOYAL : ; .b'[
street. \n\m\ .
STOLEN. I JUA.Ullurer GI-i. I II tlaims solitude; and slip away ]I boarding bouse, containing STANDARD \ \ V': f.w:
I '
tl ) rooms, known R the 1'nnce de
., --- all by itself and tunic the key M>"ii -e -
amilute) pointtr I : g-\llIlluf'lc-1 I l.eon liouid >o, 11D East Intrmlencm %.
; ,
: I M I. 'AJ.LI1 IEIRN much
i ut'i..uiIt'1I1., nskiig: nothii.g so >
( n ret-t.
ia Cases of 4 Full at\ S3.20
8 Yesrs Old Quarts canTHIS
|K>imils: ; Anders iinl U. :IT in Hair Good-, 1 as to be "let alone." 1 do not care to \dHklraMc2-Mory! modern dw..lllr.1Ii per
:! Hats mile: ; Articles, Hair Oil 1 7 rooms, mo,t desirable H'cllon ot lbs stt'L
collar.- would: it cheer t.i
My mnie on we 'p in coiiip.iny.' nor i I otiyon ti corner on the street miline. ;; .:
\i' !-rsons arc warn ftp, :l'JV.t,: Government ne to have a chords of other weepers .No.SJ3! Sort Itarcflona: street WHISKEVI" distilled at the Nelson Co. i44 .4
r rl'et'l ;l>00-I urge ;2-Kory d."IIIDK..IO'rnom. >
.irh.inni; her. Uev.anl : ]lua rtlll1j.t I Loiti'e. to !ob in unison with 1:11' Kathi-r wouldI A fronting i-eviiielquare, o,5o) Fait ., Di-tlllery, and is fully matured in wood fi
remain! in unmolested v rett-hedness I I Government Street.$5.OJCmfortmaWs before mlinfr. it i U absolutely pure and not excelled j. .
I i'ir' return of aad had vanShcd suit 1 : nl'1Istory modern in quality by any Whiskey of the !arne age 4I e j
I BOARDING HOUSE at Wheeler until my tears my elhnff.U room.,vl'r) dVelralildfeectiouof -
II! n'\\ar,1 fur oiuencculot I I situated Voritj no matter where produced. The Royal :Standard j. ;
bprinjrMary Either, Fla.. :Mr*. eyes and nose assumed normal appear' th" city oa
hut. Condon, proprietress. All the I KH\leu between Strong and lieSolcI is eight\ years old when bottled, and, considering t'
ance. I I FtretitS.5.it12story. i< the i4'j
itaeicellent quality, ? cheapest whiskey ID
I :LEl'Klm! FOROES. comforts of home at very reasonable Tis mirth then and not misery, t':: ( dwelling In good order wilt
-- rates. Northern tourists will I t Krooni8. three doors from the belt tilt urket: at that price. As a beverage, and as '
Hud this ideal to which pine* for company. Fun cannot I line.hRS gas and water tbroughout. an absolutely>: pure stimulant, there i H none better 4.
an place spend a
I'ot'\. and flourishes only I'I Xo :Slo.Niirth: Barcelona street. '
ofthsseason. I2nlmULJMOVAL : thrive alone among I kfwL Chipped in c"a!!es containing no marks whatever to -f4J ;
portion ,
IJO.OO-l-tory dwelling 7 rooms city water I
r, concenial spirits. Our laughter must I bath, gas, with large; corner lot, fio I indicate contents.! If purchaser, upon examining
.. \ i': inch of Keys. Owner ,. In !shared our smiles responded to, and [ i.\Vest: V/rlgnt street. tbenhiskey, I U not satisfied with the quality he ti 1-can !

-imc by calling at this every glance of merriment needs recognition -! 115.70-l-storj owelitng.htrnoms. newly, papered -eturu the same at our expense and money .,. j
and throughout on
If:- lag property and pay- B. L. DIAMOND, the tailor. hail removed to make it worth the while. belt line, N o painted.StV i'MtGrpjory: street. will be refunded. +
r.'tico.. M7tf tc ll>j West Governmentstreet Caroline Ticknor -in Atlantic. 15,00 -1-story dwelling city*atur and bath All orders should be accompanied by either ? ? .
opposite Express office 7 rooms half Hock of round with ,.2IeayuAoL$ currency, postoffice money order, bank draft or express -
-'- I'or...-IU-IH-- where he is prepared to clean, repair -- Cervantes beautiful shade itreet.trees >u. 7w East ;; r- money order. We refer to First National j)9) .t .
hi'.. STOKE* MAKK n\ .
I 1.1-' Inopera hou-e bnlldoJ and press ladies' and *ntIemens' 112.00-1-.lury dwelling,yo 415 East Grecoty -AL Bank or any merchant in Pensacola.! & .
5tr..t.1i rooms newly papered
'tilt and toilor mades"'ts.
t1\r. one store 16j3oiH.
for Tbe New.
l Reported Daily Ij painted.
oouu floor, three otHces.feba 111.00 No.' U Eat Felmont street S-rooro F'
__ : ) c.'c I1Ul1rout mini N".T.I torM 00. cottage city water, newly painted.In S. A. FRIEDMAN,
.... order.
-- -- "'- HOStK. '_ _
LOST. H. ALFMAN umbrella maker, 315 -.vW ____ II 00 H__ __'2411W6 I' inn in North Rood order Aleanli with trbet.5 rooms a new : SOLE PROPRIETOR. PF.NSACOLAFLA. 4' .

south Palafox street. Recovering ____ S .3 6_ ,____ :! :!O UO.O\J->u.III t.a.t Belmoct bireet, city ,

and repairing; of umbrellas and .i __. ._ 3.s po .... .._,_ 211) I ater.painted a and neat renovated 5 room cottage throudaoul newly P. O. UCX 41$. TKLKrilONf; ; 179

,n'tll c.iiiv ..ed-backed parasols: a specialty.: Silk covers \I' ..__ ._ _. S 1\: f" _. ,..._. : 1'5t I I t.f. -.\" viui<:asL street a neatly tiisie.: ; : 1' rLJL2

I. '1..1Mntllil1J IHtfl",.. j alwiyson hand. jsn3: ,_ ___ 3O 11\j Uitlon pap-red large i room let.cottage citv ater.In 1 gooa con ,. % lJa.ARRIrDMAII

.".-. written in indelible 1____ 25 l'.t: b"low_,_ 2 f-ii I I A Uriolioiol smaller owlllcrs, as wells I a, ,.
Inward: for the re- Dresses made from $1.5' up. Other -J'nITTURP..TIIIIlI.'ibld.. a nuoiber of stores aid offices lull KENT. I &T1 handle every cia!;,s of Liquor! sold In $

.. is l tlIl.... R. R. or E. sewing as reasonable, :20: South THOS. C. WATSON & CO., I :'- bulk )r bottle, wholesale! or retail, at r.ictstfal

L.' or J. i J.:. Cl U1..nt. >o.21ftf Spring between West !lo ana and If you want your business to be Leadlc RAat Kttat Rental and Insurance are sriy down. ei4.4a

ruraoIU.;,; Garden streets. ml9-lm known, advertise in THE NEWS. Agent,1 South: falaiox Street. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEERJ '

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ed with red, white and blue ribbons, FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLYOXFORD .
Has Stood the Test. I the place cards being small admiral's ....-

I flags, with name of guests: the elegant

menu was served in ten courses, while

There Is a fam'-ar rxproscl ta delightful music was rendered during I
::TrhtllLkeg.14dwbesShebrlhterfMalc)3tact. the entire evening adding to the N000/0/0/0/NN N.OM/0/0/00HOi
." In like mono* the merits of "(..OOUXCK"
Baklns Potrcliir chine f"'th more Irllantly !- unlimited pleasure of the happy par. .nr,... .ttug 0UUt ,
when compared wish 'mrf'lve tniiU'OGD ticipants. -,,.,,- -.....') : ,v., ,,,', I I/.L7L5lvsaiiiii/i.t
'<> LUCK" iirodti'-es the HshtPBt, 0.1 W.rbulenome .
broad aud Is JpUre'el to taac'.r.uniernt ,- Miss Burgess and Miss Clarke of
the lowest price at which a thoronghljcllaMe I Ii
baking powder can lie soM. lOceauKr Mobile left on the noon train yesterday XI-TIME

pound. to the regret of their many *

friends.Dr. I New (Means Grocery, i '

Richmond. VIraiala.IS0GIALECHOES. Fauntleroy entertained in the ...IS HERE...

Helen Clarke, of MoBile JAMES McHUGH Prop. F THE HIGH TOPS, HEAVY
......... .............. honor of Miss WN)
Sunday on the Scorpion Mrs TER SHOES MUST NOW GIVE

Black chaperoning the party. WAY TO THE COOL AND GRACE.

I Captain Caldwell entertained In '

.es.ess.fMY .........*....... honor of Miss Jessie Whiting of Mo SD- 0 OXFORDS. <* lt
A charming chafing dish party was tlJ STORE IN ABUNDANCE. AND
I own a dog who is a gentleman: : |I"
given to a number of officers last 3 STYLES, KINDS AND QUALITIES

evening, and was thoroughly enjoyedby : OUR SPECIALTIES. TO PLEASE
By birth most surely, since the creature R 1i SEXES. ViE
can those fortunate enough to attend.It i f 5 HAVE THE LARGEST AND MOST

Boast of a pedigree the like of which y i DW 1 COMPLETE STOCK OF
Holds not a Howard or a t tternlch.By Saved His Leg.P. I i

A. Danforth of LaGrange. Ga., ; u / 'OW OXFORDS AND SANDALS. *

breeding. Since the walks of life suffered for six months with a frightful i < = ,D !
lie trod, running sore on his leg; but I C; IN THE CITY, AND WOULD DEEMIT
t that Bucklen's Arnica Salve I
lie never wagged an unkind tale wholly cured It In five days. For I CAL:
abroad. Ulcers, Wounds, Piles, it's the best Q .

He never snubbed a nunu-lvss Our bet salve in the world. Cure gauranteed.I : % : - .....- -.....
i Only 25 cts. Sold by W. A. D'Alem iii, 'a f A
: .,
berte. druggist, 121 South FalafoxI s -IJ :
\\iiUont a fi 'll'l cr credit card he street I- :
'iil was. I ,

. 1 I I I AT : JZ :1'i

; i5y pride. lIe looks you squarely in FIREMAN INJURED i Feet Furnishers for 'ash Only.
the faceL'nshrinking : ,
cI '
and without a single THIS MORNING
trace I Q
mQ .
Of either diQdence or arrogant y
By tenderness. The littlest girl may c
z -

With absolute impunity his hair. ; s WHITE GOODS.ff.
And pinch his silken, flowing ears -- I HIGH GRADE GROCERIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 1 ;

the while Shortly before 11 o'clock this morning 50 Pieces MERCERIZED PIQUES, OXFORDS, MADRAS AND SUBLIME: ,

He smiles upon her-yes, I've seen an alarm from box No. 15 called "" ", Feed Stuffs of All Kiuds.JI.JI. i Just Received.

him smile. the fire department to the residence i 500 Yards SHORT END WHITE MADRAS, MONDAY, Special per yard

of Frank J. Stearns, No. 134 West PHONE 105. .. .. .. .. ... . .15 cents

By loyalty. No truer friend than he Government street. The upper portion *.. . 0 0 0 0 0 .0 0.t..{ & NEW WOOLEN FABRICS. &
Has come to prove his friendship's of the building was badly damaged

worth to me. the total damage amounting to MISTRALS, ETTAMINES, VOILES, ALBATROSS, black and leading col.

He does not fear the Illliiter-lmo\\ about r:::;t}. The fire started from c ors, per yard..49 cents to $1.

no fear- I sparks falling on the roof. The building 8PRi WOOL CREPE DE: CHINE, black and colors, per yard. . 93 cents.

Hat loves the mmhi) is his master is owned by J. M. Pfeiffer and

ji Jf here. the loss is covered by insurance.The ANNOUNCEMENT $ MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. &

'\ household gods were removed
Our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT is in charge of Miss Lucy Poynter
I'y countenance If there be nobler from the building without much dam
WE ARE NOW READY WITH who will be pleased to show the ladies the newest things in headgear.
; ('ye3 age.

F' More full)) of honor an+IIt honesties Fireman Willie Dicker: while working v OUR NEW SPRING AND SUMMER t Domestic
Department. STOCK OF
; In finer head, on broader shoulders. between the roof and ceiling was MEN'S, BOYS' AND

:1. found- struck in the right eye with a stream CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, HATS, CONQUEROR BLACK COTTON, Something New, Special, 11 yards for $1

' Then Lave I never met tie rain or of water. His eye was badly I injured, SHOES AND GENTS' FURNISH Best grades SEA ISLAND COTTON and BLACK COTTON at 5 cents pif

: hll1loll.t' necessitating the assistance! of a physician INGS. THE LARGEST HANDSOMEST yard.
who removed a quantity of
WEST FLORIDA.WE Boys' and Gents' Department. &
Here is the motto on my lifeboat'slog clodded blood from the injured op-
: tic. HAVE BEEN SEARCHINGTHE 100 No-Name HATS, $3 quality, each. . . .. . .. . .. $1.S3

I "Cod grant I may be worthy of my MARKETS FOR GOODS TO Two Lots of SHIRTS, $1 value, each.\ . 75 cents

I dog!" The Old Camperhas f PLEASE ALL, AND WE ARE UNION-MADE OVERALLS, per suit------------------------------- $1.53

for forty-five years had one article PROUD OF THE FRUITS OF OUR WOOLEN CRASHES and FLANNELS, the best'line in the city from $i.OO

ff Mr. Stevens Marianna will be in his supply-Borden's Eagle EFFORTS. YOU WILL FIND HERE to $12CRAY. . . . .
*fj the guest of Mr. and Mrs Frederick Brand Cond'nsedliIk.. It gives to GOODS AS GOOD AS MONEY CAN

Sonar this weok. soldiers sailors hunters, carpentersand
miners a daily comfort, 'like the TIONS OF THE FOREMOST MAKES
t GOODiuiT
Ir1150n and little daughter.Marion : ; RADER."Fit
old home. Delicious in coffee, tea i a: OF CLOTHING, SUCH AS HART,
who have been mho guests of : and chocolate .
1j 'r. and Mrs. Thigpen for a few i
,ek1! left on the noon train today i .
t ')r their home in Greenville. +

i Mrs. Willie Gonzalez and her sister I MEET ACAIN TONIGHT AND CROSSETT.
who has been her left for St
SHIRTS-MANHATTAN, ECLIPSE Well-Wear; Well" i" % vn
I Andrews Hay for a few weeksisit AND ANCHOR BRAND.

to her parents. I OF THE PILOTS
In the center was a large cut glass (
admit that there
bowl I of calla liilies. the handsome sil- arc Srf 4
lowing antI nfinerous red I FLORIDA.
r'r caps I custom tailors producing
j" shaded C1\mklabra added brilliancy to Lhe.

the scene. The table was ornament- WE WILL NOT TALK PRICES NOW.ALL trousers that look as: v-jU .. f o
There are indications that the differences as the new "R. C& "{'l." !'

existing between the two
factions of the har pilots will be entirely ;
settled tonight, when the committee = There are no better /
ii composed of both sides will = trimmings, labor, style or \ l fl'
: meet for the purpose of trying to attain
fit in made-to-measure '

:1'' For that the end.present the pilots are now JOHN WHITE I goods. You have the advantage t j' I II I
Rright's Disease find Diabetes ,
: working as they did previous to thet .. with our garments
Are Positively Curable. rouble. PHONE 205.207 S. Palafox St.SS. I
225. ,
The sail pilot boat Colt will relieve seeing just how they tl'l;:

, IVfcca tie Gen Fraoctsco business men were the steamer Florida on the bar look or fit made up; the /!/ \

7\ Investigating tin Fulton Compounds they ;I either tonight: or tomorrow morning n __ __ -- ----- ---'- -- foremost trouser makers ;
F heard that l>r. C. U Zelle had both lirighl'a and the latter will be hauled out for ARRESTED :/11/ I.
r Disuse and l>i ibJtea, and was given up as in I thorouogh overhauling. BRITISH FLEET ONTHE in America guarantee 0 Iii .
I curable and lh y waited on him and got blm to I LONG CHARGE.
lake it. Now [O' the scqll l Ibu letter .as : _____ / every pair, so do we. ;\',
written 9 months later: I Ceo. Gray, colored, arrested \
I WILL NOT COMEMr. was 1\\\
prices suit
"5K: Paclflo S'.,San}''ept. 7.1301 WILL PRACTICE this morning by Officer Sanders on \ l'l'Our
"Ik-arSm have conduced own
: my pharmacy needs about
on my on Pacific St. far forty 0 the charge of being a dangerous and your as

I some eiKbt t>t tile years t>est, hecej old stbonl in; associates phymciacs number I bid :, THREE MILES OUT T C. Watson has rceived a suspicious character. 0 important a point as
ctirwn'C! Urichf Uiseao and bubetei of lou< I The ; b
same officer also arrested Newton after quality.
", any,
nscjing, B htch got so serious that In Octo 'r from the British Admiral .
lest thi juilunieut ot in; medical friends wi ,. cablegram Yasser, colored, on the charge of
that three tut'iiths would see the end We allloukisl I I
upon the mire nugiTPhtion of a cnre ci PRACTICE OF BATTLESHIPS CAN thanking him for Invitation to visit vagrancy.
empirical' Iud villl Dary. Uut I yielded to the
..y'. ettrni'stni-sn of tt. parties.aod the tcslslenoy Pensacola but would have to decline.
of one of my fimllj.and went on the Fulton :; BE EASILY SEEN FROM GULF -
, t l1nml"llod fur IIrlh"'. Disease a.. a test. The Working Overtime.
\\l' Ural week imp'oied but thought it a oolncidecco. I SHORE IF PRESENT PLANS LOCAL FORECAST. JOS. COLEMAN
Eight hour laws
aro Ignored
. Hut on'ry week thereafter the improvement I by ,
continued. Tbo time for the fatal end
those tireless, little workers-Dr.
l> cuniicued till July wben the last trace of both Cloudy tonight and Wednesday; King's New Life Pills. Millions are ))-CLOTHIER -dJ
albumen and m.irar disappeared. I suppos I north to northeast winds.
light .
Cave given the Compound to a dozen and they t always at work night and day, curIng
all retorted favorably. However unreasonable. It was stated yesterday by one of Indigestion Biliousness, Constipation 212 South Palafox, Jljtj* Pensacola, rl ritl.i.
It If those may Inierotftl appear tbe care euro to has call at been my foul drugstore i the officers of the fleet that It is intended PRESTON AUSTIN Sick Headache and all atom --:
I will\ bt gloat to tell all 1 know concern- ach, Liver and Bowel troubles. Easy,
tug thla important matter. Tbe discovery I, to conduct the target practiceon peasant, safe, sure. Only 25o at W

Of second 5 cure only fur lu Importance to the discover thj gulf about three miles south of A D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 S. CREENHUT & CO.

nsll1Ul'liol1."C_ BLD. ZEILE.' the life saving station. If this is Case continued In the police court Palafox street. A

I finally decided upon the practice can yesterday until this morning, was given ,
Mf' I'1t works agree that Brigtt's. DISeaxend from the gulf shore, and heewwas : Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat Biscuits '
be easily seen
Ptabetts are incurable,but 87 per cent art a trial today discharged. .WHOLESALE GROCERS
positively reco\ering under the Fulton Com I and theme is no doubt but what a o and. Force with Cream at Sol ... ,
pounds. (C nukiu form of kidney complaint large number of persons will avail Austin' was chaged with a robbing
and rheumatism Deer but short resistance
I'rtce.11 for the Hrlghfi Disease and II SO for)'themselves of this privilege.The three strange negroes of $59 while AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine Nos. 102 104,106 East Government St, PENSACOLA, FLA.

the Diabetic Compound. John J. Fulton Co.,II Texas is still on the gulf en- they slept in a South. Tarragona h -
-- -- -
420 Moattomery street San Francisco, sole gaged in practice. street lodging house one night last oysters today. Try them ---- Hudglm' new style label for his 5
ecmpounder; free tests mode for jitiaatsDescriptive NIC APOSTLE. FOR LUMBERCall
raap let a :lM.trej.HANNAH Atlanta Sailed Today week. cent cigar will interest you.
The cruiser Atlanta left the navy CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR on BEEKMAN LUMBER

BROS., yard at 8:25 o'clock this morning. Her Try The News, 10 cents per week, THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED CO. for estimates before placing Try Guntlier'i Candies at

Agents for Pensacola, Fla. destination has: not been made public. delivered. ROOM, AT MARSTON & QUINA'S. your orders for lumber. d6-lm Solomon's.

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