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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1903
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39, PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. i ':n r '+
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SNOWS H ITS STRENGTH N '\ ,.. '-I '1'W .
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CEA::J ;IDES: CAST UP BY THE 1 1I the big wireless: telebraph mast at : ILt t.: ji!rf-' 513 I ;;! .
I Ocean View and
Fort Monroe
SEA-MUCH was REMAINED STATIONARYAT claim that their service is not likely \ t ; 1H.1.: :
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SAil-iNG: ,: DAM1 1 blown down. I
I to be interrupted owing to the height h'-l; : \ 'jJp- riffi '
The naval collier Leon while attempting Lowell Mass., March :31. NEW ORLEANS, BUT THE i' r i> .
WROUGHT IN HAMP- : -Organ- street and cheered as the contractors :' : .
;3E WAS and solidity of their roadbed and the : 1F! q.. .
to change her moorings in ized labor yesterday showed its labored and brought blood to the; pr
PLAQUEMINE DISTRICT IS CON fact that it is freely studded with ftt !, I t. 1
the harbor collided with the schooner strength ia the shut down of the :
; surface of their uncallous hands. culverts for the escape of flood 11 }H i 'j It t ..
F.'ADS.'a. Minnie and Emma of this port anchored seven largest cotton mills, and not "['.'will spend $200.000: to beat the FRONTED WITH DISASTER. water. The Howell crevasse how f t:, :-t!' .j-

near her, and carried away content with this, the Textile Council local Union of sheet metal workers," ever, is absolutely beyond control l';; ,: \ : j lir-, '4.t ,

:' .. March :nf .- stern yawl anal davits. Captain the delegate body of the local unions, said Harry (1> Kinseley, who has the and this has suspended all traffic ..! : t f!,! : "t"i-' '

i ashore and afloat was \Vyatt entered complaint at the navy considered the advisability of compelling cornice contract-on the building as New Orleans March 31.: -The carrying over the Napoleonville branch of the -th"i 'I 4 j- i:,c 1 t'
f:' yard. The collier subsequenly clearedfor an even wider application! of he rested from his., naccustomed la away of additional cribbing al Southern Pacific, the attempt to crib : : .': .
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j wind and wave during Boston. the shut down order by bringing tar "Every sheet: metal contractorin the Hymelia crevasse early )'esterdaymorning ; the roadbed having been abandoned. J':'" f' : -I' .\ .

'r "I v( ''terday.i The high tide prevailing in the harbor about a strike in the Lawrence hos- association will help me on brought the forces that hav The river remained stationary yes. ;. i J:; ) '

i ilnuuatt'd in a violent flooded the streets in the lower iery. The hosiery mill was excepted this job and we will do the work refused -been at work there to the verge ol terday in front of the city, marking ;J i y,' 1"7!" f'' '

'tip reached a danger section of the city and for a time from the strike order last week, the by the union men." abandonment of the attempt to close 20.3 at nightfall as it had during the '; if-' : u. ,: ".

;' ..' \ :, iwo feet of the level oft traffic was suspended. : Knitters' union being permitted to the break. early morning. The rise from yesterday lit' ,, I'' a

,' '>t the piers and threatened remain neutral, as It had hown thatit WILL BE NO STRIKE. Later in the day, however, as a result however, was two-tenths of A j tr {:l. i ;

i,, i! .' .' Jivat disaster to property SCORES OUR NAVY. had no grievances either in wagesor of several conferences, it was, foot. Whether or not it will reach, ", ) : '
front. The council last Miners and Operators cf Western to continue the ;' t
i':* water time schedule. agreed undertaking the predicted 21 feet depends to a ; t.' f. ':
In 'ire out into the raging seas German Count Pokes Fun at the night did not find the proposal well Kentucky Fields Agree. though all hands are likely to be call, large extent on the result of the U' fr I r :
ts ..d,-nt to committing suiu received and the outlook is not favor- Louisville Ky., March 31.: There ed off if the terrific current washes work at Hymelia. If the struggle I J j ..; t .

I;, many seafaring men stayed Americans. able for a strike of the knitters. will be no strike in the coal fields of out the new lines of cribbing which there is abandoned, the break there ..:' -. .. ,

! -! "!1" last night rather than risk Berlin, March :31.-Count von Rev- This Incident was the chief one of Western Kentucky. This was the were started from both ends of the Is likely to widen to such an extent i ;yl: '/ .i .t.tas
entlow. in the Tageblatt yesterday, announcement made last night by .J.
the shut i levee late afternoon. Ir
I i'i on waves. the day OL an unprecedented yesterday to carrry off a great volume of ; .
T., '\\i> masted schooner William compares the German and American down of cotton mills in Lowell. Yesterday the representatives of the operatorsand no event can the work be completed the flood that has been delayed in ,'if"} ,'i.. t A
the James river to navies. He says Germany's first their best miners of the district who have inside of week and unless \ ft' :.i
pbound! : up operators wore a ample its progress to the gulf by the great ,, 'Ii l. t
v .'" i with 35/IIJO brick, sank at squadron is homogeneous and already" clothes and promenaded the sidewalks been in conference here for the past money is guaranteed the next disaster; break in the levee at LaGrange Miss. If'\. 1.l,' f. 'i{, L+' : t '

:,1 a:,< borage an.1ill probably be readyfor instant service. "It could, ; no smoke came from the tall few days arranging a scale of wages to the cribbing is likely to mark the If the Hymelia break is not repaired ,,!I' ,,1 4 ,tOo ,,1 i

. i loss. The captain and crew he adds, ''smash Pewey's hetrogene- mill chimneys and there was an absence for 1903. i end of the struggle.The !; '[ the level here will doubtless attain'r': t :\
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: men put off from the boat in oils asemblage, which had not a sin of the hum of industry which The conference came to an end levee board has let it be known the maximum referred to. In any I .. "sa I 11': 4

,: n skiff as she was going down gle modern armored cruiser." marks a rushing, bustling New Eng last night and at its conclusion a that it was at the end of its resources event experienced observers are disposed ...- If il";: .1 t \t 't,: .j

tempted to reach shore. Then The Count regards the American land mill city. No trouble of any statement was given out to the effect and that unless the planters and tho to coincide with the view expressed ? I -' ,
were all negroes fought ''I maneuvres as "generally childish," kind occurred, in the mill gates, that a 10 per cent advance had been railroads could assure subscriptions by the government authori I, ;

against the elements.[ and as "always resulting in defeatsof through which some operatives passed granted and accepted on mining, amounting to $;;0,11(11)( it would bt<, ties here that the period of high ; ', i J Fi "
- i the hostile fleets, the naval commanders yardage and day labor. The mini ,, ; ,< '';
finally compelled to give throw its hands ,
at different times anu nothing occurred compelled to up : water south of Baton House will run % : .
and sank exhausted into therefore gaining large mum advance of the outside day laborers will .1 tj I "'
i on the streets or at the meeting Doubtless double that amount for six weeks longer. .j 1 !: 1 -
"f the boat. The men newspaper glory." places of the strikers to bring will be 12:!>i percent. The be required to complete the job. Blevening 'i It Is expected teat it will take the 'j': ; t ,
, the I Count Reventlow refers to "the new scale will be signed at once and ,t
' Chesapeake and
' by I I forth criticism. it was said the break was" Hymelia water at least a fortnight l I I, ffii i
i They were almost poor marksmanship" of the West Indian Labor unions met, some fourteenof the conferees have left for their close to TftO feet in width with the to reach Algiers. Plans however ':I i 1 1 f"-:; t e ;
its insufficient numberof 1
to
: fleet homes.
r.[ i : i !veil: up. them and they were addressed ends still steadily melting away. j are being made to strengthen and extend ,. 1. I I
\ of William Collier, officers and men and to the "low either by their own officers or by Two ridges between which the level< the present leees that protect ) I> _.t 'l "
:I I'SV!; W. H. Smith.Chesapeake .' morale of the navy as indicated by prominent labor men of other bodies. Oppose Accepting Ultimatum. caved has prevented the water fron I the rear of the villages on the west it .'t \' s' } '
bay numerous desertions, and says he Terre Haute, Ind., March :31.: -A Ii IiI
i I The I omers Firers' union has spreading rapidly above and below," bank of the river. ; .,. It',--, 'y I'
I i teat i : up by the believes "the United States will someday toisit canvass of the vote taken among the torrent is filling thE : I t.
chosen walking; delegates but the mighty An inspection of the local levees a a r, ,
i ," i \ ,v Il11lay.J I I have a fiue fleet, but she has not other New England cities to inform JO.OMO bituminous miners of Indiana lakes and bayous to the rear and ir I j gives no cause for apprehension as t I '. .' ,i -,

J ,i .''<>. probably from one yet." unions of the situation in Lowell. shows a comparatively large majority the next fortnight the whole basin I to their safety. The whole I line, ;< :,t.;.., ,' ,- i jI j-

i "' ':,' \ .. "'ilorm, was found The Greeks held a meeting and decided opposed to accepting the operators' from the LaFourche to lower limitsof I ,; however, is being subjected to a t: :' 4;. I i'\.J, {

i i i' ,1 i at the mouth A Thoughtful Man.M. against joining the union or ultimatum demanding that last; cultivable lands in Plaqumine is I careful watch by day and night. i ,',, ';' r 'II i '
i The corpse has :\. Austin of Winchester, Ind., drawing any money from their union year's agreement with an advance in likely to go under water, causina; : : '
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j I knew what to do in the hour of need. treasury. wages varying from 12& to 27 per inestimable damage and much suffer," Many Beverages I4: :'C"i'"i' .,. I441 j

Hwoc at Norfolk. His wife had such an unusual case of The persons! at work in the mills cent be accepted.! Both sides agree ing. ,[ are so vastly improved by the added ,: ? 'k- i.I i.
\ 't li :::1.-! The north- stomach and liter! trouble, physicians in saving that if the controversy is .
\ ii I' I yesterday were chiefly those in the The Texas and Pacific road is now richness imparted by the use of Dor- ,- .. ,, \i ?!. ,,
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i' -1.1 down the At- could not heli her He thought: of finishing rooms, and the officers and not settled by the end of this week hopelessly involved with water run"I den's Eagle Brand Condensed Milk. f : ,. ; 1
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i 1 !'a\oc among the and tried Dr. King's New Life Pills President Conroy said that the council there will be a long strike ing deep over its tracks and wit I The Eagle Brand is prepared from I.. ttl II i i r "

,t i''',a t Mi'd up the coast I and she got relief at once and was did not object to this. little hope of an early resumption ol t the milk of herds of well fed, housed ':tR! .rjpiO, '

i ,-' completely. At I finally CUrci). Only 23c;; at W. A. I For the first time in many yearson MORE THAN HALF traffic if the crevasse is permitted tc I groomed cows of native breeds. 1R4'Ji :!/}; : is; j 1

', ",II I reached, ae- i I I D'Alcmberie's drug store, 121 S. Pal- a working day the bells)) on the run until low water comes. ThE Every can is tested and Is therefore ?t'fi I 'I ,

mil' an hour and :'afo.\ street. great cotton mills in this city were Suffer From Coffee Drinking. Southern Pacific people) however.1 reliable. $ (li..' Jhg'! t, 't}

-- -- ---,-_ .- -- silent yesterday morning and the Coffee does not set up disease with ,---, --'-' -- -- I Ili It., I .. y_. i, 't "t
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streets, usually marked by the hurry all people using it, on the other handit '

FAST TRAIN WAS and bustle of thousands of operativeson absolutely does create diseasein SIXTY DAYS :

almost their deserted.way to work Although, were: the still shutdown and IIt'rfertly'ell thousands and authenticated thousand of cases and fri I.Wl1.1 t

of the seven plants affectedby
traceable to coffee and nothing else.

DITCHED THIS MORNING Council the ,strike which order was passed of the to enforcea Textile This of statement some coffee may drinkers hurt ,the but feelings the FOR TWO CROOKS

demand for a 10 per) cent increaseof i 1 d
facts are exactly what they are. t
was passed Saturday, its !
wages until Make inquiry of some of your coffee ( .) rllti 'i r
full effect was not apparent
drinking friends and you may be
3tJI.' AL ATTEMPT TO WRECK jury or :h're'o'.Zltl not have: luen: so I yesterday. Absolute quite prevailedin certain of one thing half of them PAIR OF NEGROES WERE GIVEN I the Persacola Concert Band, headed '
much retictnce maintainedBusiness.men the section occupied by the cot '
TioE SOUTHBOUND TRAIN THIS I yes more than half, suffer! from some THE LIMIT IN CITY JAIL BY THE by Professor Chaffers, have secured '.
of mac
were ouch surprisedto ton factories. The period chronic disease.If I t1 )
sort of incipient or suitable practice rooms in a building'directly
a3R\I\G.: find their postoffice boxes empty tivity, the duration of which can MAYOR TODAY. ,
you want to prove its the coffee, I I north of the armory, and for 1
this moaning and many inquiries were not be definitely predicted began to it is not the rI ;
would prefer
or prove a second time the musical organization
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to bo without a notable incident, save perhaps t -
mtido. These inquiries came i
coffee in these cases, take the coffee held practice last night The X Jv ? fli
:' -tt'' five cars of South. so numerous that the poftoflice em the fact that a few men and away from those persona for from The record given by Deputy Marshal new quarters secured are amply suitable ,1: '- 7 Yt

train No. 3:I wero ployes fixed up the bull t'.n board and women who had started to finish up ten days to a month don't change Sanders to Will Jones and Edward to the needs of the band and it ,'j& '
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it in front of tho offce. The work in the cloth rooms one
'1 h morning near Cas- placed some the food in any other way, but give McElroy, negroes, before the is now enabled to regain its former
board announced that n-j mail bad arrived two of the mills were turned back *
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: no one is reported them Postum Food Coffee, and the mayor this morning was a ,"erytot.h record of ranking with the best band : 11
tx d. The usual retic- this r- rning, but a great many by committees from the 'labor proof of whether coffee has been the one, and: caused the negroes tu in the state. Good numbers are at r ., e 1
the ,
the; accident is ob- people Hous about the bulletin unions. At the Merrimac and at trouble or not will be placed before receive GO days each in the city jail. every meeting and a great deal of interest k j' r

Milroad people here, r' ,t rilrnost impossible Hamilton plants the print works you in unmistakable terms.A The negroes: were arrested as dangerous Is being taken in the instruc ft *

tint I he above was f lore than an April were not closed. These departmentsare young lady in St. Mary's Acad and suspicious characters. What' tion being given by Prof. Chaffers. v
the
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: I[ t damage.. fool ices were then not directly involved emy, Winnepeg, Can., says: "One of led to their arrest was their general is

v" 'no at Pensacola at 5 kept bu bulletin.! I test over wages, but they are affectedby our teachers suffered a long while conduct, coupled with a little transaction THE MASSACHUSETTSIS L r
and The tra. "ked is one the suspension, and when the coffee them the excursion train
ate this morning I from indigestion. She was a by on ENTERTAINING jt
:at all. In the excite- of the Paste. ', operatedby I present stock of material is finished drinker. She became worse steadilyand Saturday when they seduced a young

>n where the Pensaco- the L. & .1 made I.they will be forced into idleness. finally was reduced to a point man named Dickens to change a bank. Captain Manney and officers of the : i

",'' 's with the fast trains up of mail, exp nger where the stomach did not retain note for them. The money was later Massachusetts are extending the 1 lKfl7t IK: '!'i' I '

and south the mail cats. It leaves .. -u Cotton Mills Suspend. any food then electricity was tried, I ascertained to be counterfeit and to weekly courtesies this afternoon and '>''* a, T.I t

was forgotten and not :3:25 p. m. and is du Newmarket, N. H., March 31.: -The but without avail. She, of course, prevent any further acts of this kind steam launches from every other of 1- j '

was brought in this 2iOa. in. At the latte. 'ton mills of the Newmarket Manu grew weak very fast and the doctor the two were taken in charge by the the big ships are on duty at the ite/ '

expmed that the ac. tion is rla.dlth the 11:lo. ring Company did not open yes- said the case was practically incura deputy immediately upon that officer "guest" ship. This will be the concluding '

'. t.'r will arrive( this af- from Pensacola. The pla .d), the management having or- ble. learning of their deal with Dickens.Mr. entertainment on this ship, as t r'
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'rack can be made: pas. the train was thrown frt.. .ered the suspension on account of "About the time I was attracted to I Sanders said that neither of the she will sail for target practice to ,
"- 1 No track was said to be a the weavers about the regarding guilty of work herein before there L '
Ir> 1 this evening. a dispute with a statement in one of papers i defendants were ever morrow. As stated
it there had been a level strecth and on this overtime. Three hundred hands the poisonous effect of coffee ing honestly to his knowledge, but will be no reception held next week, ,

f' '-, m.'rnpt to wreck the count perhaps there was no lives lost. are idle. and the value of Postum Food their names were frequently connected the six days preceding the glad Easter t )

f1:, is learned that some The engine is said to h/ave turned on Coffee. The statement was not extravagant with shady dealings about town, even time being strictly observed on ; call

t.. moved one of the its side when the missing rail was encountered EMPLOYERS FILL PLACES. but couched in terms that in many burglaries. They were both the ships. i ; ,t

.ra. : main line, and when thel which was sudden: and unexpected won my confidence and aroused me to known to have manipulated gambling +, ? Y
: > and when th?> engineer was Take Positions true. I about the city also, and the t :
:ie along scurrying to Twenty-Seven Contractors the belief that it was persuaded schemes Buraetfi Vinllla Extract has outlived
(L. filed schedule the loss not dreaming of such a. thing. of 300 Strikers our teacher to leave off the mayor cencluded that the safjst place criticism. It is the finest and parent,

r irally threw the bg en- "The railroad company will find out Chicago. March Twenty-seven morning cup of coffee altogether and for such characters was on the inside vanilla extract that can be bought V s

r-t cars immediately beside who Is responsible for his thing," saida employers of sheet metal workers use Postum Food Coffee. D::! prison bars. Once tried, always used. r 3, <

,,; of the roadbed, railroad man today. ''If it is so that I, took the place of 300 sheet metal "A change took place. She beganto r t

4" "' r.' said to have rolled a rail had been removed! you may rest strikers on the building at Michigan get better. She has now regainedher NEW PRACTICE MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES t $
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=::' a* injury. If anyone assured we will have the guiltyparties and Wells streets yesterday and strength and is able to eat almost ROOMS ARE SECURED.Not FROM $1.50 TO $12.50. SIXTY. ML.j' .
j DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAM'- J
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t i, asi it has not been ,- Ten of the men are rated at more taken her position as teacher again. to be outdone by adverse legis- ONE.NATED MARSTON FELT MATTRESSES.& QUINA. TRY

,po It is not doubted, howt Try The News, 10 cents per week, than $100,000 and one at $500,000. Game given by Postum Co. Battle lation of the board of county commissioners i 1

/mebody suffered in delivered. I Hundreds of workmen stood in the I Creek. Mich. toward them, the members of he Newt' WANT COLUMN.


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THE DAILY NEWis PEN8ACOLA_ ; FLORIDA WEDNESDAY APRIL 1 '.03.


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PANIC IN A THEATRE.

a After Comes APPRENTICEBOYS .
,1 Baby The Actors Mobbed by a Throng of

Irishmen.
is nourishment for both convalescent
there
1 I ASHORE Philadelphia March .-A panic
,.tip {f mother and nursing child in was precipitated in the People's

Theatre last night when the actorsin

tn'EUSERBUSCHkIt the farce, "Mel;'adden's Row of
DETACHMENT FROM THE TRAIN
Flats," were mobbed by a throng of

ING SHIP HARTFORD PARADEDTHE Irishmen. Eighteen men were arrested
fir Infants and Children.substance .
H and held without bail, charged --
STREETS .
THIS
mass atrftw MORNING.One with inciting a riot. Castorla is a Lx;:i e.s substitute! for Castor! on, PUfI.

The disturbance occurred in' the gone, Jrol sitd Soothin" Syrups, It i3 Pleasant It
; is an already digested food easily contains neither OJimuIorpbine nor
otherareolie
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While Mr. Whitaker was
of first
: the prettiest of parades was act.
A. retained the delicate stomach.It .it destroys AVorm and allays IVverMuus*.
by most that witnessed on the streets at 10 singing Mr. Dooley, he was greeted It cures Iiarihu and Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth

restores health and strengthsuppliesthe o'clock this rr-orning when over tw ihundred with a shower of eggs and some person ing Troubles and cures Constipation tt regulate the

nutriment needed-builds flesh and beys from the training ship in the audience discharged a pis- The Stomach Children's and Bowels Panacea-The! shin* healthy Mother's and Trieud.natural deep'

Hartford were brought ashore and tol. Immeditely there was a rush for

A101 :! tissue. drilled on the streets. The second the exits and in the excitement wo- The Kind You Have Always Bough

#s A real malt extract-not an intoxicant; officer of the vessel was in commandand emn and children were trampled

contains less than 2 % of alcohol. the large detachment was headedby upon. None were seriously injured, Bears the Signature of

kj AH druggists Mil it. Prepared by the the excellent bard! Tom the Hart however.
The police! were called and three

Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n ford.This was the initial appearance of patrol wagons filled with policemenwere

these lads on shore, and a very favorable rushed to the scene. The dis-
st. louis U. S. A.
Order promptly filled by impression was created. They turbers were inclined to resist arrest #

_I ALFRED MOOG. Wholesale Dealer. Pensacola. weie all attired in the white duck and there was a lively encounter In Use For Over 30 Years.

summer uniform of the navy and but the riotous element were cur Ct"T.UH CO J...... TT HU...t ITKCTT, ear ee BITTf. .
LABOR ORGANIZER SHOT. France for the abolition of the con what is known as the "working quickely subdued. The magistrate be- _
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cordat. clothes." Leggings were worn an
Man Who Claimed to Have Received man carried his rifle The hospital refused to accept bail for GOcDj
Letter Wounded. -- fr f. B. WRIG(1T(
Threatening Robbed the Grave. corps was in line and the flags them. r
Palataka. Fla.. March :31.-A white C. B. Oux Donovan 'I; \ 1. ,
P. national
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startling incident is narrated by representing same were carried besides Major
man named Wood, who claims to be of the Gaelic League,: \\,1\\ \ ;tl. MANTJFACTCREKS AND DEALEBSi
John Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows ; the Stars and Stripes.At I president : Is
one of the labor organizers who received : "I was in in awful condition. the corner of Govctnment and 'occupied a box at the theatre. He L :

threatening letters at Tampa :,ly sin was almost: yellow, eyes sunken Pilafox streets a very pretty "left i said he saw nothing offensive in the 11'_ LUMBER, LATHS
seme weeks ago, was shot in the left ,
toiRt'e coated rain continually! in oblifUe""as executtJ. The pavementwas performance.
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arm while walking: on the llights, ( at that point and k. Y\ ADD CYPRB3S SflINrCLRS41iatriPENNACOLA. (
bacK and sides no appetite, growing.. being repaired J ;:. ,
near the city. NO BAD TASTE. .. ,,--1Oi
weaker day by day.: Three physicians a large hole was made. The detachment .:.;;:.,rI
No witnesses the and' in little FL AcOAlJArw
saw shooting IIEP.TICL'R.taken a -
had given me up. Then I was approached steadily, and it tl!o I
there is no information at this time tasteless. Childrencan -- -
water is almost
word of command the liae
advised tJ use Electric Hitters; to suddenly
obtainable other than Wood's state- turned to the left, passed the and take it as easily as adults. Thereis
my great joy the first bottle made a spot ww7WE
ment. He says he reached this placeyesterday : absolutely nothing bitter about the
decided Improvement. I con'inued again foil to the right side: of P.il.ifox.
morning and when walking taste, that sickening sweetness.It .
nor
I their ue tor three weeks, and am up which they matched, viewed by
on the outskirts was accosted by a I hundreds of Jcrscns. positively does not gripe or irritatea EXPECT TO SUPl'LY A MUCH L.< BOER TRADE
now a well man. I know they robbedthe (
white man and a negro, who offered I, delicate stomach, and its laxative
crave of an:>th r'ictirn.. No THIS WINTER THAN EVEK IE Ft RESEND
to show him his way to a grave NOTICE. effect is easy and natural. All these
hl\l. one rhould fail to try them. Only 30
was looking for. When they good quilitios combined in a medicineis US YOUR ORDERS NCW
cents, guaranteed at AV. A. ten.bene's -
-reached the scrub they knocked him Regular communication Pensacola sure to please. That is why it has
121 S. Palafox street.
down and began shooting at Lodge No. 42, F & A. M., Thursday so many fri nll3. Sold by all drug Thompson Olsen C .
,
.1 ball penetrating his arm and another/ inght, April 2, 8 p. m. Visiting breth gists. ..

't breaking 11I1'atch.. He GRAY, GOODMAN & RADER WISH ren cordially invited. _JlffinrP.__, Street.. ieleFicone 7/7.
n --- r
-or' _
r the fire and his assailants fled. !TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC I B. C. UNISON, W. M. Try The News' WANT COLUMN. ---- : "

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t THAT THEIR BIG SPRINGOPENINGOF T. II. FLEETWOOD, Sec. ESTABLISHED 1862.
WILL PROBABLY BE RAISED. -
FINE MILLINERY WILL TAKE
ATTENTION CO. K. Nasal ftyTx.
LR Pope May Advance Cardinal Satollito PLACE TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,

> Episcopal Order. I MARCH 31st AND APRIL 1st. 1'01are hereby ordered to report at CATARRH fiy o -DBALCJU IK- 0

Rome, March .-The Congregation In all its there / NOD 6uoulU
stapes
X11 Armoty it 7SO: Thursday night April2,19U3 )iFYFYLo \
will I Le ceaul.nc83.! ( ))gg and General
of Cardinals meet
r on April Ship Chandlery (hardware
II GOOD FOR CHILDREN.The : : for muster and inspection. ,
6 to select bishops for the sees of Elj's Cream Balm > ppr
C. 15. PARKHILL Com.
pleasant to take and harmlessIOne Capt. rlcan'0 ,BoolhcsanJhciiE! .4 '
8O8
4j Clnclnnnati and St. Louis. A fore- X <' 1 ft AND 60S 8. PAL I OZ 8THKKT.
i Minnie Cough; Cure gives immediate lie Jiwa-e.1 membrane. t JW 5
cast as to the probable appointees is i| JUDGE BEGGS YET Itcnre+'atarrhinildrivi-s fi"ft\ -A.GEN'OYREVERE
difficult. A consistory will be held at relief in all cases of Couih.i ; UNABLE TO PRESIDE.It an ry n turd :u tae buiuakr. ru COPPER COMPANYJOHN A.ROEBLINO'S bOUK CO.!
I i Croup and LaGrippe because it dons ; : GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. BUSHEL & BON'S PL'H1 E.
the beginning of May for the appointment
; < "aim! Jala f.a nostrils
ream s pi.ieen ,spreads
} :I of a chancellor of the church, a I' not pass immediately into the stomach was intended ihat the criminal over t.e mcmbiue a..d is a'oorbci Ito'.cf; ia irume G z7st f r1l: PiU!?, 9s!! Statleil ImlruaeBU, Skirii, lis.trs, mil
but tikes effect right at the
!pa few cardinals and many bishop I' court be convened this!; morning for Jute ail a cure follow 9. 11 ia not drying-doc j COMPS Lnt9 }.i1'l'.
seat of the trouble. It draws; ont not jiroJuca n eean.. Lirje Sue,50 cent at ltjisticrbynu .
; -
ist ir Cardinal :Satolli::: will probably herah'd I the piiriK>se of passing sentence opriol1en C. MoSenzia Oertin?Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots'i Benevolent Arta
II i ;!; TiialSio.JOcintsbjn-.tii!.
the inflammation, heals anti soothes .
lug' t to the Episcopal order in the I. who had or en convicte-1. The ELY OTlinUS.5a Worren Street.New Tort elation.
anJ enabling ,_.. .. ,
cures permanently by -
-
illi.oss ot Judge however, -
eggs
Sacred College by his appointment: to reported

the Suburbicarian Bishopric of Fras- the limns to contribute pure life-giv- a few days ago, has been protracted =GOLAY= THE GARDEN SECTION
in and to the
liTe-sustainin
cati. It is believed that owing to the ? oxygen and he was not able to leave

P 3 disastrous results of his church pol I blood and: tissues.' Ilargis': Pharmacy. his room. On this, account the !sonforcing ; -I Grist and Corn !Jueal }flils! o -Olf-oPensacola
Kahn.
John ,
:Sheppard Sidney
Icy Cardinal Rainpolla. the Papal I :: ot prisoners was deferred l until

Secretary of State, may be shelved I I Saturday when the doctors promiseto :$. F. GOUZBLEZ & CO., Frcp t, .Flori.da,

as a candidate for the chance'llorship..CARPENTRY AND hate Judge; Ics; out of bed. M nataotcrerCH'JlCEMKAliAMII'CUKaJtOUM

:!Li It is rumored! that the Pope has determined : : Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

vjl r to abandon his usual re- ELECTRICAL WORK A Great Sensation. TOCK VKVM.Fx.trocii .

F serve and will openly! condemn in Thor was a big sensation in LOPSvil'c. -I <) Home Industry, for tiers n4T8ry Beautiful Lots for Sale.
reascn yon &honll buy your M eat ant
3 I' the consistory the auti-Catholic policy I !! Ind., vhcnV.. II. Brown of that 1 AiiKK t'ted from tbe Home Maaufaot: ,
& Iive! mill Pearl phone !
of M. Combs, the French Premier I if von hHve up any l'aq."Itr I.r clf-cri-1 I phot1 who was epocel: to the, had I far trv.by von&o dolu mtnt?you y U encourazw left la the ban"COB I' 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord

1 This will probably lead to agitation in cal work you want well done. i I.i. life saved by *,r. Kind's New Dis- i.!.I find 12 .isfrlDg you In turn the home ue indirectly nianalacta biI ing to location and surroundings.

L CO\pry for consuniption. lew rites "I: i jont.-lbute totho oaaeeof labor. Y>
-- -- -- -- Uto which 11
; i endured<
t laxative- |$r_9rao____ OKrCures !..... .y. "/hI,, ./7 loo .,.every I II' Asthma but your New Discovery gave i High, Dry Fertile Lands.

a Cold in O.le Day,Grin in 2 D.,*..\' !
, effected a complete ci're. Similnr The Beer e grandest: opportunity for investment ever

cures of (\Ji1SU,1JI bn. Pno'imonia, cffered in Pensacola.

B1I..RGJS..INS Bronchitis and Grip are numerous.It's .
That Made
,
the peerless "errody for all throat :4 Rome Seekers Should See These Lots.

-FOR- and ]lunq troubles.: Price of'c' aid $1.
T Guaranteed by \\". A, D'Alcmborte, n I.n?ll T f.5 tH nfltM1l
\ VRClubbsCnrner
Druggist, 121:: S. Palifox ftrcet. Trial I w.n { HUIJU ut

SATURDAY, MARCH 2 !, TO MARCH 27, 1903.] bottles free. Garden and Bru Streets

-IFVICTORIA-

,
rr Remember, these goods at the prices quoted I' ASTORIA I F IT, WM. H K OWLJt! !, W. K. HYEB. JR., J. tI, KELfE.dent. : .
Vtce-I'resldont. Ca.hler. An't cash:"?

c tJ below have to be seen to bo appreciated.Ladles' For iDtant: and Calldre&
MADE BY ACME BREWING CO
I The Kind You Hare Always SoogfrBEAUTIFUL ;
Full Bleached Vests, the 40 in all Wool, Extra fine Twill I i I REST 10-CENT BtTTLRBECI: 4t National Bank

10c. grade .... ......... ...... 5c Serge, 75c value at. .. 49c yd I' r.Ilestuffs '. I\: TOWN.IDdNNIIEiSSEP.. -A-
Ladies' Full Bleache Vests, the 100 Ladies Grey Walking Skirts, I' : o! ({z/ I. &"' i

15c grade at..8 1.3c gocd value at $1.50, our price 93c ; EROS OF: P::NSLCOJtA. FLA.DIRDOTOn.CI .

L Ladies' Short Waist Corsets, 50 Ladies' All Wool Grey Walking j I I II
I AGENTS: FOR THE CELEBRATFLI.
White, only... .... ... . . 24c Skirts Latest style at . 24e I : : :
r 200 yards Embroideries, Edges I 50 Ladies' All Wool Etamine Walk. II j WRITINGPAPERREASONABLY. I I I. f, Earner! Wbi&.y. V/M.: Y /LEB.: W. A. BLODXT, F. C. BP.EN1- X. 1L !fY!'. *-

and Insertions. Big value, yard 5c I ing Skirts, colors grey and tan, j D. G. BRENT,

Men's, Ladies' and Children's I priced at. .. . . . $4.49 '
I '
ZIrw ) t r
fast black and tan hose, worth Ladies White: Lawn Shirt Waists, j Maiu Hruc-401 B. Palaf< i .rept 1"... 91' I' P '". '7 1 r;

15c, cut to, pair... .. . 8 1.-3c 1 embroidered front. Latest out Iat. | Time was when. Papyrus or Paperwas ; R.R. Kscnii! r*>-Ofp. Union lie-rot .. Hl iS l t td &l1a I ..n

10 doz Gent's Night Shirts Big I . . Age, 74c and 99c an expensive luxury. I I "'. O. HMX 2*1. PtD-acol,:. Fls .

value, at........... ..... .. 49c 10 doz Boy's Laundried Colored Only the very wealthy cculd afford Phi.iiv-9" w. JrelssfGernt
01: G.n Bills of Exchange on Great Britain,
10 doz. Ladies'TabCollarsthe lOc 1 I Shirts at . . . . 25c to write letters in those days. I :
: nst:a, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belglnm J.n8&3, lI clay
kind, at............ ... .. 5c \ 10 doz Gent's Pat. Elastic Seam ] Now the cost of pridjction .has '
1hr.ml\r and other
1 l Earopean conatrlaR.tt .
10 doz Ladies'ApliqueTabCollars, j Drawers at . . . 33c! : been figured so low that almost anyone BUY THE

' 25c: goods, at. ..... ........ 10c: can. afford Pretty Paper. h Dhbnr ed upon the Most FaTor&ble, Terms, and IbI9IOhliq !

I'I Gent's and Ladies' HemstitchedHandkerchiefs Balbriggan I i I II'II'I Take for instance, cur 25c boxes. : -kn Pay-ible at Port of Destination len or J'Huat Utyl
N" i-'icr lhe8 i1( n.'f .
I l at.. ..... ... 8 1-3c I value at 75c suit, our price 49c, We have a dozen styles to select E EI '

22x54 inch Extra Heavy Cotton ] Gent's Extra Heavy Blue Overalls j I from. :;! t? TJe) oBltBoz for Rent in Connection

Towels, at................ 8 1-3c : and Jumpers with or without j II Rough paper or smooth paper, ruled i with I WA b r.7e a Prigs part>elent for tfcflTJM

ladies' Girdle Summer Corsets, I I Aprons at..9 c suit : paper or unruled paper, white paper I'k I SEWING MACHINE I O:ttit '

at ... ..... ............ .. .... 49c 401 none Better Extra Heavy Blue j or colored paper.
Do not be deceived by thoie who s See our line of White Mercerized Overalls and Jumpers, union And every one of them a paper!!.i a '13O.f>() Hewing JIarhine fur : I KINC'S PROFESSIONAL CASD3.

Waisting, nothing newer out at made, warranted fast colors that will lend a correct tone to almost ?:)).il). This kind ofamachine can .. -

... .. .. .... ... ......15 and 25c yd and not to rip at... .....$1.93 suit any kind of correspondence.Of be bought from us or any of our TR' M DISCOVERY
dealers from tlaMu to t'lS.OO. W. C. ROWE, M. D.
course we have .lower-priced
10 pcs Mercerized Madras Ging- Ladies 4 Strap patent Colt's Skin Fe iAT COLD.
hams at..... .... ..... 19c. the yd Sandals the latest creation and papers, and there are some beau'.ful WC MAKE; A VARIETY. TAX Office: 17* 8. I'aUfoi.

100 piecesfgured Lawns and Dimities the same you pay 225. Our high-priced boxes at lOc .that .w tf THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. ; SUBSTITUTE. Boon from 8 to 8:s1 I. m. 1:1111 to I p' sand

new patterns at... .Se the yd price......... ........ .. ..... $1.49 i iLadies' please the most fastidious .corresi i 1 The Feed determines the strength or I CureE Il1ptionCoughs. after o'clock
I weakness of frx-wiiifc Machines. The Colds tchitiaAsthma
t& pieces Madras Ginghams new Oxfords, Sandals and Colonials pondent.All Double Feed combined with other 'Xliono CO.

stripes and checks at.... ... .. 9c" in all the latest shapes, I the latest shades and shapes of strong points makis the New Tonic Pnem HayFeverPleu.

40 In all Wool Cheviot Serge, 75c I plain and patent tips at I writing paper at the bust hewing: Machine to buy. risy, ] 'DC, hoarseness,

grade at....... ... ... ..... 49c yd ....75c 99c $1.25 and $1.50 the pair -- -- 'how1n the df.i Sore t Croup and JOHN S. BEARD,
1ViIIir{ r fii or CIRCU'' I I &R\) ;rent ,typo at ,
i .
.. Frying St .rhtnrewe Whoa ? ATTORNEY-AT-LAT.
.. ou''h.tC .
,. J. M. GOE'S manutictare&uj pricu< trcWrepurcLrsia;

Esnaiir: : \tie) Flic, F.F E. BRAWN, .' BOOKSELLER ASDSTATiCKEi, !, TEE fEW( -ROME OHANcr!!-SET-, .Ii6!--MACEIKE!!\ -Pri"e 50- .T'S'UO::OTTlES PAY.FRE t Office Office Hour9-8:30?-309' Thlesen a. rr.Buildi"-to I ,p.! X::'


203 South Pala.'ox: Street, 2S fnlon!'* 105 S. Pahfox St. I tst.Lou.s\Io.,1k1n.Tex.: : ,:<.m 1'r.acseu,Cal 'll nee or :ioAhiu. I'5tar LaupI Practice la all state and frdernl eotrl rt
I PENSACOLA I I FOR tAte: CY :irp All bI1IiID"_s entrusted to me 'II Ui nC'
\ I I prompt and diligent attentioo.




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TH1 DAILY-NEWli .
PENflACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY APRIL 1, 1903.I b

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: 525Z5ZSt5252AMUSEMENTS. I I' j.t;; ; iA'r'I HI J '

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If1t1( '.
3 0 'fef -1'
sa 5 2ya U
Abobe All \:{ k ; { .i 1
; "Sweet Closer," by Otis B-Yhayer. f.,1'i"
4 'Ii *MV 1":, ; i
did not have the audience the reallvmeritorious I 0 '

i, play: was dcscr.in f
; o :
l lmrt1ft
When you buy soda crackers i_st ,
you night but uose oho were th'r-i ; f .
t
1'
I were pleased with the perf.\rn.alr"t,: t. .
I. want crispness anch flavor-not i To !" }IJ l
The Crowd was all that could haul: : I ii i tF t.L'It Jlv"
; dampness and dust. f t "o.t, .
been expected considering the sea.oll -:4 It I ; : { at .
4 :
: ; { .
of lent and other coming attractions. : : b I'llt
When I <.;1, r 'r
crackers t
: you buy ordinary i t 'ilt "'J" \ .,.. J,
I "The Prisoner of Zenda. I t

;{. in a bag you get all you don't \Vitnets a performance of "The A Cream of Propriety 4 :' #lk 1.i' ; ;ti .01.<


t want-not all you do want. of that Prisoner the it period.is of the Ztnda"greite'-t and.rom'_:e ntic convinced drama i for the Cream of Society fJ rJ!i jfl l: ,ill. ; j


I To get what you do want and not Dramatizr front Anthony Hope's Pet Brand I RI

what you don'tvant buy novel of similar title, the popularity! of 't.1 4 \ j{. I

$ the play has even exceeded that: of

the book, which is now in its fiftieth Evaporated Cream I r rA k :; dJ

edition, making a total of over five

Uneeda Biscuit .hundred thousand copies sold delicacy tempting to the most fastidious palate. Gives! coffee f. H l;:; rf;{ f'f''t 0 'thh

I! E. H. Sothern found 'Ztnda" the that nch taste that is seldom cbtained by using ordinary cream and ;rp! t t' :h (_ ; ,

;, in the In-er-seal Package, identified I best drawing card, appearing;; in it which is sougnt and relished by all coffee drinkers. It is also unsurpassed l 1l hl n} 1 i4 .r:: ,
for
all
red and white .trademark for an entire season in New York City. ninety cent cooking of all purposes and as an infant Food. We produce r iJ q r- jl tt! .
s by the famous per Evaporated Cream used in the whole world and j : : -j
1 Its success on the riad is but the du guarantee every can. Any Evaporated Cream bearing our cap label !I'' f" I 2 t 'J' .

r' design. I I plicate of its m''troiw".itan career reproduced herewith, can be depended on as the purest, rich; i 'if. ; .\i t',. I='
est and most appetizing. Compare it with the other f ? i
I Ernest Shipman j
; I is diieetlng the it.r r1
II brands and you will see that it is superior to alL! t See'' ; ,
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY i present tour, and nothing that might kthe cap label before you buy. 1 t jll/' : '

I add fcj tIle product! has lopn neglected.

.N. L I. The members of the company HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY, "J 1,Y : 111":I'J, l:j1

j I hate each been chosen for their special Highland, Illinois. I i y iti, ; r; '.., ..
A ,
; ,
- pdiptitude for the
-- -- -- : parts assig red.
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SEND YOUR ORDERS C.SB'I'URI.: Makes a Clean Sweep. i iTlwre's The settings of the Prologue and I t', l, .
.' J
Boar the lie Kind Yen Hats Ahms SonjfflUp nothing like doing a thing four siiccee'lins acts are marvels of I : .
&l) dive\! for carpenter or A
I
:.',l(.,0'' work. Repair: work a 6.gnittred! +-#, _' thoroughly.! Of all the Salves you stage pictures and the cn&tnniing, rich reciting the law and facts in the
I I
crrt tly'fdgia .f4_ enr.heard_ of, Bucklen's Arnica Salve and costly, is artistic and cen'.equentlyharmonious. case, concludes: I BEST FOR THEBOWELS (

is the best. It sweeps away an cures "Now, therefore, be it known thatI : .
.to.date people read The News. '
Burns, Sores, Bruises, Cuts, Boils, Harry Leighton, an artist well Theodore Roosevelt, President of l i.i
!fife zest far '
: s $c.
.... : Ulcers, Skin Eruptions and Tilts. It's mown and better adiniied, will appearin the United States of America, in con 11L LIt
Fort Barrancas, Fla., March G, 1903.
Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will only 2oC;; and guaranteed( to give the title role, while Miss Florence sideration of the premises, divers oth i ton ZUTMI a regular, tiealtt,j movement or tll.bo..I. (
The News' WANT COLUMN. tttrj day )uu're 111 ur .lll be. K.ep001 ,
Try be received until 11:30 a. m. April 4, satisfaction byV. A. D'Alemberte, Oae! with her natural beauty artistic er good and sufficient reasons thereunto bowns o1"'n.and be ..11. turce.in the.,hl\ieof vlo i p
intphr..ourpt.Itni.onIsdat.cerou. The imootbtl.easiest. > r' T 1
- 1903, for constructing Electric Lighting druggist, 121 S. Palafox street talents and gorgeous gowns will grace I moving, do hereby order that nii..t I''crffi't"a J of kei' llig Ole bovclf! ii q t 1
lieu*DU clean u la U.e ,
System Fort Pickens Fla. U. S. United States 1
each and
the performance as Flavia. every prison. '
a
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W Gg G DIRECTORYKJIGHrS or reserves all proposals right to or reject any or part accept thereof.any These who appreciate a fIDe perfonnaaci1 er who was or hereafter shall be, CATHARTIC CANDY 1H .? '
I'k
Information furnished on application. must not miss the pesentenagement transferred from a state institutionto

Envelopes containing proposals ; of "The Prisoner of Zenda" the United States penitentiary at
OF PYTHIAS. I '
should be marked "Proposals for booked at the op,-ra house for Atlanta, Ga, under sentence imposed k, J'i!, '
l L No. 3, K. Of !" Electric Lighting," addressed W. E. Y t r '. U
pnllcula )dge ? Cole Q. M. Friday night, next. on or before the 2Wh day of July 1902.

meets every loaa'J evening I M f:, 7, 9.10.-A 2, 3. be discharged by the warden of said
t7.w: at CasLl' a'l.!
meW08deJJ
WolKI "
Watson "Audrey. United States penitentiary upon the
\ In the Kh not --
I I I .I ,
hull-ling Third floor.Vlntunt So many words of hearty praise and day when he \vouM have boon discharged 4
t hretbrpa cordially; I EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY [
welcomed 1 clu-ery ncoaiums han been penned had he continued to be confined .I ., flood, -
I.\ ,, I rlu.ant. Palatal 1'otvnt Taxt nooit Po
J. A. :Lit.
,
Eleanor Hobson's |!e.rr Mtkin V.cnkrn. Mr trln10,::'. n4 W cnlKr i ..' 1 ,
regarding imp.rsouation in the state prison or penitentiary ,,
H. HORSLFR: C.C.Kt bux. SS rite (ur free taiuplv .uj buoklet 00 "yl ,
.
8. t AdJn-M a. f
of Mary thnston's "And from which he was transferred; 1 .
BTiBinu BLsrirc roar\Y, (iniir.a.. $rw Tout i
FAt rey" that theaue goers of this city upon conditions that his conduct in BLOOD CLEAN I I
lUunnTu rnnh 3 Nn. !3 KEEP YOUR ? f
are going to be considerably surprised the said institution and in the United r'r..J
- dny nvanlQfj at T'Bl.: at i #
urn r Palatal: And (mrdwi if they are not served with a delicious States penitentiary has been such as --- ,
t.nt: ; l\nl 1I110mli"lfy invited.J.ALbraTJOILNau dramatic "Alien Harriot Ford and Inductions here :
treat I lo entitle him to the ;

v ...: t S. C.: ,0.Kithlmr ; ; l C. F. Roddington's dramatization of by granted and allowed I II I SCHEDULE AND PASSENGER

:Miss Johnston's navel: is presented in I
!
$ RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS ; 1
r this city on Saturday April 4th at Rader wish to
Goodman &
,
Gray
: InU", :No 30 1or: P _qt-._ I ,
rise
house. Miss Robaon's
: a; s.>. "*>, Kolibt9 of 0 theopera anjounco to the public that their big'! LINE. ,':
.
1)I.-\. Tliur dav even- to fame as an actress has been spectacular ,

. ,,i' ?. i ttttcSnhnlldlfQsoulb'Y ,, their lastle lIall,on :In the extreme. Three short spring opening;: of Fine Millinery will I I .f

rVt.t.tnnI i .
coflillv welcomed. -
\ i -
Gulf ha fixed
Comp
u. \LL1IO, was entirely unknown to fame and yet, :March 31st and April 1st Hteaimhip \DY 'I 1
,1 : 1..1.: :, the following schedule and rates to l '
A. ,r I. ai.: '. C. R. TAYLOR, in a single night she established herself apply between Peimcoh and the i 1

_.'P in New York as the sensation of .Ely's Liquid Cream Balm is an oid points named : i n! i +

Artistic Shoemaker, the day Her impersonation of IA)- friend in a new form. It is preparedfor SCHEDULE. r. d, I !p '
i.o o. F. I
nita in "Arizona" was one of the the particular benefit of sufferers Steamer Tarpon will leave Penila'I ?: it
F1XK AVOKK: A SPECIALTY
most surprising successes that an unknown from nasal catarrh who are used to cola every Tuesday night at 8:30< 1 t,) !
. f'rtl-a"I" I 1..I *" No 4 Phone X0.2S.: North Palafox St.OPEEAJEOUSE. had enjoyed in diseased o'clock after the arrival of the Mobile i
the
, .. actress ever atomizer in spraying
,
I. ,".\ .I i 1"1'n.n'nlnl. { at 1:" at A DELIGHTFUL BEVEBA6E train and the P. & A. accommodation '
t.t.."'''". "*i,' 'i i,tt'.,,f'mllv t Intend I Invll.*ncla d. street. --- : New Yoik. She came to Now York membrane. All the healing and sooth train. This will enable a' tf t-

lo.IASV>Y. >. O.i A SAFE WIH01AHT ''unheralded: and unsung and jet before ing properties of Cream Balm are retained person to leave Mobile at o p, m., } '.t ;
,. : : \- \ '" -elary. make close connection at Pensacola '1/ .
I a fortnight had passed, the newspapers in the new preparation. It ; ;

A GOOD MEDICINE were ringing with !her praise, and does not dry up the secretions. Price, and morning reach at 7 Ht.o'clock.Andrews the next ) '

K. OF L. J. JI. COI], .Manager.ONK life size fi-ures: of her were to be seen including spraying tube, 73 cents. At i ? .
For Hale byDannheisser 1'ASSENGKK It.-\n's. ';
XLYr7i upon the Lillloards in the metropolis. your druggist's or Ely Brothers, !Cfi i ., .
f.Oj al i \sM-inhij' N.I. isns.M ; NIGHT () |j A I I3KNEUAL The passenger: rate from Pensacola 1 i
APRIL Bros. Warren Street, New York, will mailit. will be as follow!': +4p'rJ( tt .
y-- -I .,day In p"ch montb SATURDAY o "
W.I'.I1.'l'IIAkl'. To St. Andrews and St. Andrews tp P : .
A. M "y: > M. W. I ANMESTY points-$6 00; round trip $10. 1 14 :!
MR. ERNEST SHIPMAN To '
-HY Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat Biscuits Apalachicola and Carrabelle- r V $
I $850; round trip $1;:;. 1L t
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--- Presents and Force with Cream at Soloman's.
FRENCH SCHEDULEFollowing
I The e fares includ tlr t-ciasil a ,$ 1
_
PRISONERS $
TO
cabin stateroom and meals.i

@mm [ M[ R HENRY LEIGHTON jOTernment steamer is the schedule General French of the by Furtherinfonnationcanbesecured applying at the company's offices: 4 fit' i ,'x'J i'

I I I Supported by which THE NEWS prints for the PEARL & DOLIVE. in the. Thiesen building j; I' '+f A

1 benefit of tbe merchants who ship i PRESIDENT'S ORDER AFFECTS
their goods to the >anoua army I Call on them at the corner of Oir- -

is. I FLORENCE GALE posts: I MANY IN ATLANTA FEDERAL Jen and Alcaniz: streets for carpenter The largest, the best and newsIest.

Leaves feniBCOla ___..- _. 7.00 a. m. and electrical work or phone 6CO. '
In Anthony Hope's Fascinating Leave Barren'aL.-___ 1:.oIJ a. m.LIIa.el PRISON. The News, 10 cents per week. % .
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a1o Pickena 8tiO a m. I
Romance Leave Rarrancai___________ H:15a. m. 'I Lt ''
Lea.elPenaReola__..____10:15, a. m. Hot French Waffles with )Fa
Arrives Harrancas 11:10 a. m. and then Washington. March :31-President NWNNNrRB i +
Fort McKee and tea Florida Cane Syrup at
makes a trip to re- orderin
Roosevelt has issued a general

TJ1E! PRISONER tarns Leave to Barrancas Barrancas. _____ Ilh: p. m: the nature of an amnesty towarda Solomon's. it ,' .
all'/ parts of the country.T Leaves p\ckenl.--:___,_ 1:26 p.m. .
Leaves Peasacola._________ 4:30 p, m. certain class of prisoners, which ------ -- ;

Leaves Arrives flckvns Harrancns._ -6'iO p. m. and 6:15 makes p.m. will affect more than a hundred pris- N bK S

:e f.. a:1! ,rn trip to McK e and return. oners confined in the new United ,1
Express Company
On Wednesdays and Saturdays the dtttui
Of ZE1IDJU
W''T** act forwanU! freight, boat will leave Barrancas via Pick- States penitentiary at Atlanta, Ga. HARD

1:''fYolI:"i I valuables of all descrip- ans for Pen.acola at 6:30 p. m. In the early part of 1902, upon the .
t The General French Is for army completion of the Atlanta penitentiary
:I t) Pa:l part Of the country, only and any outsider must i.
purposes a number of United States pris- TURUT'
':::] ftaaK-tuina for Canada, Mexl- ELABORATE STAGE SETTINGS.A from the quartermastero !
fl Elvji TREAT IN ROYAL COSTUMING.A take passage 01 her. oners incarcerated in penitentiariesin
Cuba, European points, SELECT CAST OF EXTRAORDI ,Ohio and New York were transferred BRICK .
fr r:. ",__. .._ : ;
) to theUnited States peniten- fyl Ie
T:* .. NARY MERIT.. WEEKLY IfCHEDU LiFOB I' '. t
ithern! Express Company tiary at Atlanta. By reason of the
PRICE:-25, :50.; 75c and $1.00. t
t;.'aria: 'u ,11,011):" miles of first- STEAM! DIVISION transfer of these prisoners their termsof DAILY MENUS .

'*, fr.:t*>i. at..] in connection with ONE NIGHT ONLY, Jl PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TKIIM1N& imprisonment were increased Incases 3 }

t.:' a.]vu 1 FRIDAY, APRIL 4 RAILWAY COMPANY some to the extent of three or Comprise all the Up-to-
I'xprchH Company, on Trains leave Pensaoola for the Ltli<
1-. wo., -l'il1s with through I Bayou,Big Bayou,Warriniton,Man Van four years, for the reason that the ALIVAYS\ ON HAND Date Dishes the Mar- j(.' t; y a r ;

rid a' 1 '. Liebler & Co.'s Superb Productionof and Fort Bar.anoai at Ohio and New York laws relating to kets of the World ly, ,
'l;;?h messengers, per- 6:M a.m.arrt.e at Fort Barranoas rl a.n Afford. i
t i ta Mary Johnston's 10:00 ft.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas:"a.n the diminution of sentences for good
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: :i:1'1 1 f'tviceconstituting arrive at Fort Barrancas 1:48 p.nt .HALF.
1.00 p.m.
conduct which by the federal stat .. ..
.
*" .t .. :a) p.m.arrive Fort Barranoas :16 p o
\ stem of the kind ins :15 arrive Fort Barrancas IUOt o made to the
p.m. applicable
utes were
t. II. I L ,. .,_ -8:00p.in.arrive at Fort Barrancas 84 p.n
.,-":'- "'.;'" Trains leave Fort Barranoas for feetaoola United States prisoners, were much -TO- Ladies' Private f ;

.. .. |V'N!) are gold at all AUDREYDramatized atT:15a.m. i more liberal than the federal statutes : : 1tt% f
.
a- arrive at Pen.aoola.- a a
c' -.'-5' f. .>.,Ie Southern Express 11:00 p.m. arrive at Penlacola-IIt6,.. : under which such diminution of sentences ONE MILLIONGet Dining Parlor..* 'f
.a. tyx p.m.arrive at Pensaoola___ 1.48 ,..
"+ ',' federal insti- 1 ,
r' on-ble hours. Kerefund- (KNpm arrive at Pen.eoola.6:46 p a is permitted in i P ,
tt:,t ..s gates: T0 p.m.arrive at Pensacola.__ ft6" tutions. i,
: nti
and money is -to p.m.arrive at Pelllaoola-11.* rt
fj : I"., 5'3 :' !.,,. by Harriet Ford and E. -Batordaji onlJI'A. The last congress repealed the
\ t. >, Regular Dinner Daily.
T.".- i l' the!: F. Bcddington. .> FOB WUE DAn. federal statutes making state laws Our Prices Before i
cheapest way to send Pensaoola to Fort Barranoas and cetera tit t i
111:1:i r t"; .,". Pentacola to Navy Yard and return_ mPensaoola \ applicable to United States prisoners -
'u'cs by mail or other- .ELEANOR ROBSON. }
Ps.. .. .. to VHDAT Palmetto SOHmBUDB.Beach and r.aur.1II but enacted a very liberal com Purchasing.fleflillan Short Orden Promptly :} f :

E- AS AUDREY When weather permits the rnnnlng < mutation to the law applicable to all Filled. Night or Day.K $ >r M'' lY

J" .. W. FOWLER, open coaches. United States prisoners wherever con :'- :

? Pe"sacoia. Fla. Assisted by an unexcelled company,; Lieu Pell.aoo1a. LvPor1Barrulu fined. -

Branch including Forrest Robinson, Ada' Ua.m'a.m. it B.I On account of the great Injustice it'i Bometblof Good to Eat j i ''
Offices: p.m. I".m. Capacity 50,000 Daily. you wish jonll find it atNick i
: 'It '.. r'*. Depot Store. Dwyer, Frederic Perry, Selene Johnson ip.m I,.m. done to the prisoners transferred to 4'' : : d

c/v: ;li.:.- '.. Cor. Alcaniz and George Woodward, Ante Caver I 4,p..n III p p.mi m. Atlanta in extending their sentences Apostle's h tt "t ;

1 ly, Frank Lamb and 30 others,. 1 ,.m. ( p.m. beyond the terms which were In-

Ja":', I V':: .:In-. Cor. DeVilllers and Exactly as presented at the Madison I .,.m.FAmm FOB TODAY fp.B. tended by the courts in Imposing the Brick Co Popular Restaurant 's{; ) 1

.. : Square Theatre New York. reniaoola to art Barraoeas Ian sentences, and in order to remedy a
lard and retnrn_____ *
l' PRICES-50, 75c $1.00 and $1.50.' Pensaoola to Palmetto Mack Carl this injustice, the president has is- "i t
r. Talafos
and Inten- IMMMMfli
L' a. "'UrL-__________ IIIRolflll.e sued a general order which, after Pine Barren, Fla.
KOTE-Curtain at 8:00 p. m. sharp. > .lvedatHr.:1Ilh m, s4.aairYT

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broken even for so good a man as Oldest and Largest

Cleveland. George Washington and NEW SAILING What wbiiid you the next time you West Agency ia

Thomas Jefferson fixed the limit that Florida.ESTABLISIIIi .

can never be exceeded: so long as the ISSUED have a hard cold if you'couldn't get Ayer's ( J86fi

nation shall exist." r LIST ,
Entered at the Post Office at Penttoola -
Fla.. second claaa matter. The Washington Post (Ind.) says: Cherry Pectoral? Think it over.Jr,.> .

"The Southern negroes are being swindled -- L
OFFICE: -Pitta Building, 211% Coolies Bros.INSURANCE
by members of their own race
)forth Palafox street op-stairs. AN ADDITIONAL STEAMER REQUIRED '
with preparations for taking the kink ) ROLL OF HONOR NOTICE. .

THE MEWS PUBLISHING CO. out of their hair and turning their FOR THE HEAVY JAM- The firm of Peterson and Long

skin white. Between the politicians Convent School for Month of March. contractors and builders, has been

Terms: Invariably In Advance. and the fake medicine swindlers the PfCO COAL TRADE.A Senior Girls Misses Maggie Me- dissolved' by mutual consent.

One Year by maU.$5 00 ." Hugh, Louise Biebighauser. Maggie R. E. PETERSON,
negro Is having a hard time of it
81x Months ., ... .... .... 2 50 J. E. LONG.
The Milwaukee (Wis.) Free Press : Mae Hatton, Annie Walsche, Katie 27mlw AND
week carrier Monday
One by payable
.... .. .. .. .. .... .. 10 (Dem.) says: "Any consideration of new list of steamers under char-,, Cusachs, Ada McHugh, Florence -
ter by the Gulf Transit Company cameto Byrnes Leon Quina, Emma Boghlch.I .
_ rover Cleveland is always of inter REAL

Advertising Rates Fi-rnished on Ap est. His is one of the names that are hand this morning and sailing dates I I I Senior Boys-Masters Gregory G. CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, ESTATE

plication.TELEPHONE attractive when seen in print. In a of sixteen vessels are given. The lat I Quina, Thomas Johnson Paul Riera No.80 South Palafoz: street, for your ,

NO 118. recent Interview he has declared that est date of any of the vessels Is than! Mallory Riera, Clarence Brown Man electrical work. He Is prepared to 300 South IalafoxlMreet: ; ,

he is still actively In politics; that he of the Gracia, the Liverpool steamer)' uel Johnson, Leo Rupert, Fauna Tou- do you a first-class job at moderate

which is due at Pensacola on May 20. art, James Walshe, Jacob Thompson. prices. Phone 203. Phone 22. PEXSV
is not going to sit back like some old 'LA,Fu,
A significant announcement is the Kintergarten Room-Misse Blanche
<. Brahmin and give advice while the % I

younger fellows do the hustling. Still, fact that an additional steamship has I McHugh, Leon de la Rua, Eva Gonzalez Good Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per -

this does not necessaril mean that he been added to the Tampico coal Annie Ainsworth, Lucile Ynieslra, thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. GENERAL
trade. This is the steamer Mortlake, AJ; I:NTH
nominated ( Katie Haines, Gertie Roche, Katie
APRIL ] 1903 wants to be again for President
PlI8AOOLA. P. which is due on Thursday next. The
Motta Ila u. O'Brien Masters Hubert
I The
I
;
August Belmont is due on the same!, THIS HATAnd Equitable
The New York Times (Dem.., dis- Bryan, Warren Anderson, Misses Edna *
Dr. Parkhurst tells the members of
and the Pensacola week later.
day a I Kirchoffer, Eula Alfred Genevieve
cusing the suicide of Gen. Sir Hector
Ills New York church that he is some
MacDonald "That suicide is There are now three big snips busy on Watson, Nannie Sweeney, Lena Roch
says: I! life Assurance
thing of a liar himself. Society 1
this line, the Pensacola having been
eblave Mildren Julia
confession proves that the accusation 'I Rocheblave.

The people of Greenville, Miss., are whatever it. was, was well founded. withdrawn altogether from the service I Johnson, Francis Christy, Eva Hall, Of the United States

better remained than to takea to Galveston. The Belmont !Is a bis1carrier ; Mae Hall. Masters Harrington John i.
just now anxious to find out who it Nothing 11ENIIY B. HYI>5.. F
and it the of the rail-' unjt,
was hope
was that wrote little drops of water. dishonored life, and nothing so good. son, Thomas McHugh, Robert Diaz

Quick suicide is infinitely preferable road company that the could keep up I Willie Brent. Misses Mercy Hatton, '"Strongest in the World:

We believe that Admiral Dewey is in such a case to the long-drawn scan with the demand by herse'f. This Lettie Martin, Annie Quina, Florida

. ; ft good udge of navies, but like some dal and horror of a judicial !investiga' proved untrue, however, and the Pen Wallace. Masters Uoulhac Anderson, II A FRIENDLY -
; sacola assist her. Now REM 1I\DERI ,
was put on to Dudley McHugh. Charles Diaz, John 3
other good sailors he talks too much tion. That his lame and memory I _

t when on shore. should be !blotted out at the earliestmoment the demand has so increased that a Christie, John Anderson, Misses Ger- Y i Hereafter for all ready,

third steamer pressed into ser flntce5tf
was
% seems to ha\e been the aldine TouartIa ;ie HolifieKi. tairs, festivals, plays Sit's,
I As the time for the great national left for this vice. Clara Sh''etz, Ar.nre Mooney, 8 I,
!, i wretched best that was many other Beautiful Styles of dramas, elocutionary or >
campaign approaches some democrats wretched nnn. But what a pity thata Five of the sixteen chartered shipswi Edyth Grant Francis Brent Fannie kind of entertainments 1"ct"e'
!! to Liverpool three to Tampico. this Season are to be seen at given ti
forth efforts toward go
I are putting great man who had been a distiaguisnec. Grant, Attica Blumer. Master Clarence ( churches, societies,
perfecting the disorganization of the two to Hamburg, and one each to Ge- I ledges ar .c,
should ham thus Martin.
credit to his country MRS. NORDSTROM'S viduals where an admisi ,
n
noa, Dunkirk, Antwerp Han'e11.. 1* a'aI -
party. Intermediate Room Misses
to avow himself a disgrace to mankind Olivia Ied I or merchandise or !
utter
." lazza anJ Galveston the. barge Tabor I O'Connell. Agnes Banfel, Sala Cusachs, Spring Millinery Opening sold there will be tare > --j
a _<
One of the Florida state papers having been engaged as a carrier in e cf 5
Florence Roche
Jennie BTnesIag.
April 1. 2 and 3 cents a line for first
eays that Gilchrist will be the prinCipal place of the Pensacola. insertion a af
SEARCH LIGHT DRILLEXPECTED gie Moloney( :Modiste( Roslque. cents a line for j
speaker in the coming legislature X< 11 last IiiU-mU-neiu St. subsequent nsertn;
EVENING. Junior -Masters Bicker
THIS Boys Cljde Obituaries .
and
regardless of who Is electedto FIRE DEPARTMENT --- - -.- resoiutois of respect .
Herman Hall: Thomas Mooney, Roscoe will
HORSES STUBBORN.A come under ths same raking
preside. Hundreds of peopleill go to the Thompson Willie Merntt. Edward E. W. PEAKE, also.

.,, water front this evening for the purpose little excitement was witnessed Hurnh m. John Walshe, Dan Reiily, Electrical contractor and bnilder,
It looks to outsider -
an as though
of watching the play of the powerful -, Thomas Cusachs, Eujar.e Bonifay, will do your electrical work in first-
'
yesterday afternoon on Tarragona and
11 g.? the factional struggle in Jacksonville OUR WARRINGTON: AGENCY
search lights from the battle- Gerald Oliver, Adrian Farinas. class style and at reasonable rates.
Garden streets when horses; hitched
was chiefly to bring more political
K ships executing the regular evolutions Junior Girls Misses Annie He be found
Apostle, can at 30 South Palafox: The
NEWS
spoils within reach of the hungryoffice to a truck situated on Garden street is on sale by Mrs. M.
6 held Wednesday night. The drill street. Phone 203.
every Teresa Valan/ano, Kathleen Furlong,
sechers.I refused to mon in the direction wish Keefe at Warrington, who is author
I will b engaged in by every government
Lillian
Hilda
I ; ; ed by the driver. The firemen of the McDonnell Bicker Freda ed to receive and receipt fat any su)
ship in the harbor, and an officer Banfell! Estell Annell
Shephard, McCarthy A. C.
: The Atlanta papers want Tillman vehicle urged the animals on after BINKLEY desires his friends scriptions. Residents of the resent

to come home, but he won't.Vhy said this morning that the drill some coaxing but one of them seemed Bridget de Lustro. Mary Cus and the public to know that he has tion may now be supplied with cOptS:

' should he, when people want to hear would be more prolonged than usual disinclined to move at all. No damage achs, Edith Booske.MAJOR Moved to Room 508, Thiesen build- of the paper several hours after fo
tonight on account of the short stayof
what he has to say and wil!!, pay the was done but the affair: furnished lug! where he will continue as here issue leaves the press.

price for the privilege! the vessels. There are now five a lot of excite amusement to a scoreor WHISTLER IS tofore, a general law practice.Q. --- -
!battleships at anchor but the Indiana A VERY EUSY MAN.
more spectators.The I Malta-Vita Shredded Wheat B *
i is expocted: to come in before night
4
; The democraic newspapers must be I { suits and Force with Cream at 83
.
and take her old anchorage: There ,
;
ii starting presidential booms just for up Rev. Father 1) Bourne. S. J., \laJor G. X. Wl.ialK.-r: is at the Bar- NERI.' ( Oman's.
is also a probability or the Illinois\ re-
- .t4 the fun of the thin;. Once they get I the well Known missionary, will preach rinras army ;post perfecting porno de-

Y one going; pretty \\c-ll they drop it turnirg 1'forE.dark, which will mike I tonight in Michael's church. Subject tails of the improvements lately .- I'
the drill all! the ir.ore interesting. This NOW IS THE TIME TO FURNISH
' and cry little more is heard of it. : ('old \'ouot Walch One ll.nir put in there. lie is making these; fin-
week the Texas' is anchored much Ice Cream Parlors I YOUR DINING ROOM, AND MARI -
'! i ishiiig; touches in anticipation: of the I
'I With Ma? Pt. Matt, xu\ 40. Services \ ,
iq This game of brag is one that two nearer the flagship than heretofore STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU
U.it of General .Miles! and other im-
begin 7:30 o'clock ii.:. S. P.il.i'oMm( '
can play at, as witness the assertion and her light added to those of the t. ;: WANT IN SIDEBOARDS, CHM
If iwrtant officers next \Hl'k.Iajor I I'histt..r I
'' t' lp' of Count von Re>entlow that the German Kearsarqe, Alibama, Iowa anti Mas i CLOSETS. TABLES: AND CHAIRS.
\\ bas been for the
i sample bottles of Dr. Khmer'sSwampRoot very buy NEWLY
navy could smash Dowcy's Atlantic sarhusetts, will make a grand Affect. I
the great kidney, liver past few days REFITTED AND FURNISHED.All .
.P squadron in a pair of min! houhr'ot\ the orders issued today be CREX AMERICAN GRASS CARPETS
and bladder remedy, are being distributed
toc c utes. changed, it would pay the average here from house, free. Have Tho teams: are kept busy at Jaoohy's I Kinds of Creams, Ices, Glaces AND LINOLEUM, FINEST

".. 11"* .t .-, ,tti't-." ..\. the duck i I today although the store has not been Fruits and Cakes.
received one? THING ON EARTH FOR YOUR\
fIt Senator Carmack he you I
I says never after dark and watch the drills. formally oponod. Ho has enough I
. PRIVATE PARLORS
FOR LADIESOR I
thinks of Cleveland. Then ho is different HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE
l though! h to deliver all goods promptly. I
t % from Watteron who thinks so THE CITY COUNCIL TO criiK A roi n IS OXK: I> \Y PARTIES. RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTON &

i Thmuch of him that he dreams of him. WILL HCLU A MEETING.The rake Laxative Jlrntnn Quinine Tablets Hudgins has a new label for the Maillaird's Candies a Specialty. QUINA.
TtmsUn flf. & on I
every
" t"'l+ even to the extent of hating the box, : 'IC. /ISJ-r best 5 cent cigar on the market. .. PHONE 602.

\\f nightmare. s|:ocial im-elinc of the city council 1 CKIW :4O FIl7N.
t .
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Thursday promises to bo of more
' Fort Sheridan i 1kITHBHtheraptaln.oaee,-
.if; : Two pri/mers at than ordinary inter
;: l near Chicago made a ski'INony futhe express purpose !of handlingtho hanei.to dvbtfc contracted will nn .pulI-II.by LbI ?:.-

laP '' out of a spoon picked the look ofi' request of the Terminal Companyfor crew of Bald T......l, '

I their cell duor.'a'I'ol',1, out and got I Ft'lllvlhl; A,
i permihSKin to build the Hast Hill Gulf Transit t'I)., Inpta.u,
r i'' f.j I ) away. They must have been troubled : l'ontl.rn"t null' :
; extension and for other grants relative _

;r with that "all gone" feeling. to electrifying the dummy line.A I Beer Is Healthful NKITHKUtba captain. owners .
I of I"
I nor consignee:
informs the Xews that
gentleman
:L1{ I When the state noels any nnney Hurt ks Irene "ill bo retpi ':'i-
bio for d..blll'ontral'tf'd by u '
should the meeting be fully attendedthen
the railroads are very convenient, and cow of mid v...scl.. h. O 15'MtJ!'. ":-\oo.,
{J. and the franchise committees| ;:W. L. \\-111'1111. lapni{ '.
things to jump on.Montgomery .
: generally popular Coniignre.'M 1NEnlttt
d. Journal. is 1 cad)' to report the application will But a green beer"beer insufficiently .

go through without trouble It is capnatn.o.I i n
Aln't it the truth? And when the [ nor cunHigiiws uf tbt I ICairncrait "
hoped that this gentleman is correctin aged half-fermented -- ferments I I..b IS will '"' '"
city needs any money it finds it convenient 1 -
iponsible for debts! cu.traaed
his predictions for it is surprisingto
to jump on the houses of ill by the clew of said vessf I.JAi. .
the stomach
I know how many people are in fa- on causing biliousness and Ii. 1J.GIHWI.N,
: fame. tlutberlandlone. ("0. tap'ais
fF4 vor of the projiosfd change on the: headaches. Consignees. -n" ,
r tS -
Harrancas line. The Hast! Hill extension -
--- -
Have you noticed! it? I Senator

Jones of Arkansas and E\-Go\ernnr is also very much desired; Fort Rarrancas, Fla., Man

'/ Hogg of Texas have quit howling:I Inn it is not near so urgent as that of Schlitz Beer is well aged. 19! | 3.-Sealed proposals in In ., .
will be received until 11 a. m
about corix.ration They are quietly the dummy lme\ 20. 15u.5; for constructing o-. \

pocketing the dividends from their There is beer that's not pure --- not free bachelor officers' quarters, OJ:: t

shares of stock and saying nothing. A SWEET BREATHis Ron shell, fort ISarranca1, }'ht : '

It would bo a great; relief if some a never failing! sign of a healthy I from bacilli. It's not good for you. reserves right to reject or ac., '''
or all proposals or any pan' i1'
stomach. When the breath is bad
1' other greatly worried persons would! ,
Information furnished on ap;> '
Fg secure some good corporation stock. the stomach U out of order. There But Schlitz Beer is Envelopes containingproi; :

I i is no remedy in the world equal to pure. I II be marked "Proposals for 4', .

Mr. Bliss writes from Birmingham Kodol Dyspepsia< Cure for curing indigestion I I tion I'u hlle Buildings," a
that a very large number of the dyspepsia and all stomach None but the costliest material That's an extreme precaution. R. COLE, Q. M.
I I Mch 2a2 -25-L: Apr IMS
very best poople in that city would IlismIHIrs.. Mary S. (Crick of I po: into Schlitz I5cer- the best of --

\isit Pon;:aoola to \;1'the warship White Plains. K).. writes: "I ha\e I barley, hops and yeast. A partner craturce for months, at a tem I ---
34 degrees before we Hot Chocolate with
If they could have reas.mabio assurance been a dyepoptie for >'ears-trie>d all in our business selects them. p ,
market it. Whipped Cream at Solo
of obtaining hotel accommodations. kinds of remedies\ hut continual 1 to \Ve cleanliness ,
1 I spend more on mon's.
He can assure them that they grow worse. By the use of Kodol I alone than the whole cost of brewThat's a heavy expense.

will be properly taken care of at the began to improve (once and after ing without it.
Then filter the beer I
then
Merchants! hotel at any time they taking a few hot Illes am fully restored we STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
We cool Schlitz Beer in plate sterilize every bottle after it is I
may choose to come. in weight; health and strength
glass rooms, and filter all the air sealed. Sterilized beer can't have
rl and can eat whatever I like. Kodol

I In the last number of the :Milton! digests! what you eat and makes the i that touches it. germs in it. ,Jemren Prnsacola and Milt n-Il"at

I Journal Mr. H. H. Hall states that stomach sweet. Hargis' Pharmacy Hung Dally Except: t t>um1 j.

i he has severed his connection with John Sheppard. Sidney Kahn. Yet Schlitz Beer --- brewed with all these "

that paper. By a glance at the ad- I "CITY OF TAMPA.

vertisenuents in the Journal it will precautions that double the
Malta-Vita. Shreaded Wheat Biscuits
tT Milton_.8:31 am Lv I'l'n4 acola.l .. F!I
be seen that Milton is very closely and Force with Cream at Sol- IrPeouieoU.kduain Ar Milton '--'L III

connected with Pensacola in a busi Oman's. cost of the brewing --- r refloc; Round trlp.li-1>'-

ness They to have no -
way. appear
The New Home :Scales: at Jacoby's costs no more than
stores in the town but come to the you
are attracting the ladies in large i
city to do their stopping and !buy beer if JEWELER IN HIS
numbers today. An attendant is kept common you
their goods. I
busy washing! ; and m' 'lsurln ; them
will ask for it. STANDI
NEW
CURRENT COMMENTS.Th and presenting each with a record.

Ask for the brew- --
Philadelphia Record (Dem.) fRAr

: The overzealous people who 6 jewelry re to
Bays Tonight fHf ifXl cry bottling., have movedmw -
want to make :Mr. Cleveland President l/l 'M 120 South PaUfox former. -cca-

jot a tl'irJ t"rm are sadly wasting Ju"t before retiring, if your liver isslucsjbh I X p f pied by Bsss & Co., and am i."A
,out of tune and feel dull.
tint miht be devoted to you than v> ::'I7e
energies a bilkma, con>Uputfd. take a dose ofFeed's I' better prepared ever
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better cause.: They foDlUhly chooseto great bargains in dlamonJ.wa'.c:,f"

oterlcok the u\\ritttn Uo-torr. Pills jewelry etc. Call and see n ,Id

law of the republic, which cannot be And voall be all right:; in the morning. I L tEAR & CO., Wholesale Agents for Pensacola. let me convince you.
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THE DAILY NIWSI PEN8ACOLAI FL\JRIDAe\ WEDNESDAY APRIL 1. 1S01.A I+ '

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SECRETARY WATSON N0. OOO8. k tl"
w. 0. O'NEAL, President; Y. E. CLARK, Cuhltr; r s
A ABIC MAIN WILL RESIGN SOON. ] v. J. FOSHEE, .-President; JOHN PfEiffER, Au't Csihlw. I t r '

Thomas > CAUGHT AT RANDOM
Secretary C. Watson will
BANKOF
AMERICAN NATIONAL
STREET FIGHT tender his resignation from that office

in the Chamber of Commerce at the
should
"Something be done to protest PEK8ACOLA FLA. !
monthly meeting of the body which people from the large number of

will be held on Thursday evening at of the United States.
AND WHITE PEOPLEHAD vicious dogs that are allowed to run Designated Depository

NEGROES 7:00: o'clock. The reason which unmolested on the streets," said a Condensed Statement at the close!! of business March 20,1903. ;

SEVERAL REAL LIVELY prompts this 'gentleman to take this citizen yesterday. "Let me tell you, t r

step is said to be purely from the fact my friend, of something I know to RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.

ENCOUNTERS LAST EVENING. that his own business will not allow LoaBsand Plccounta............ ...... .. ... $375,037.62 Capital Stock ...... .......... ......... .... 200000.00
be a fact. Some days ago on Main Demand Loans..... ...... ............ .... 83.20300 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ..... .. ..., 20,000.00 t f s
him to give the office the attention of street I knew that a man was attackedby Orerdrato................ ...... .. .......... 2,35293 Undivided Profits............ ......... .... 509.39.
which it is! deserving. It is possiblethat a worthless dog. The citizen in U. B. Bonds and Premiums.............. 213,808.87 Circulation..... ........ ...... .... .... ... 125,000.00()( 1> 111 1
Thir-gs: were lively on West Main such a reason will be assigned in self defense shot the dog, Stocks, securities, etc.......... ............ 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid................... .... .. 64.00 M'i. t i t
fur an hour or two yesterday!: af- promptly Furniture and Fixtures......... .... ...... 8718.48 Deposits ....... ...... ....e...... ...... ...... 621,346.81 rfit
rrtt that time the paper which will be handed to* the which saved not only his own person Cash and Exchange........................ 283,166.30 '
terUWf. and during over ,' body tomorrow evening. Mr.: Wat- bat prevented the animal from injuring ', J! sa L
and furious
lit a dozen fast flght3f son has made on excellent record in other It is the natural 1
fjC'urc.(1 Rosa Johnson colored, wast the office and the chamber will lose an any way to request person.a policeman to Total...... .... .... ...... .......... ....... $966,910.20 Total.... .. .. .... .... ...... ..... .. .... .... 966910.20 i rJ t
trouble This bank for business October 23,1900. We solicit and will ,
riDi-ipal;;' maker and she opened respectfully your patronage we give
efficient officer. He has held the sec- t
t!e shoot bad dogs but in this instancea ;
business courteous and careful attention.
,
/ 'barges of assault againstkjr I. your prompt
t!': -hr retaryship for a number of years. policeman could not be found and i
This. morning, for which she paid the shot was fired. This was reallyan 4 PER CENT I INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. s }

: I'm!: Travis, colored, assaulted The street cars stopping in front of but t i ,
ijPJ.J aid to the police department
I't.arr, colored, and was fined Jacoby's make it convenient for the i :
was not so regarded, for the carcass i t '
.- Pharr fought and cursed' ladies. will find what they want }
rjii.v: ; They lay in the boiling sun all that day, t ]
.., anil paid $10. Rosa Johnson without going further
jfl' part of the next and all of one
.> !t. r.-df with a handy picket andS
a r:; night. It's presence was realized before
.. wipe out the neighborho BIG
l ::1 to A DIFFERENCEIN when
fell it-and
the eye had on S i f
IHt'(1 the stick effectivelyo TEMPERATURE.Frosts ;
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-; the wagon did consent to come and
pa--., I :i.-irr's head, and that por- ; i'
convey the putrined body away, the qI'j. iti
,, '!Li1 defendant was covered occurred last night: in Michigan ir %
ro n : citizens were on the point of riot.

I, r. ,,:.da! -;< and bleeding profusely i !; and the extreue northwest but But that's not the jwint. There illUDID@ ll 5>( t : i
elsewherein
the teniprature changes: ( o
nThe Johnson
woman
!a..; r. : : should be something done to stop so !
the have been unimportant. : t
country
1." : ''I." '' stick on Charles Marsh, many dogs from running indiscriminately
v.. .l'j l \i"it His; arm out of corny The local forecast: today is fair tonight in the streets, and no better t3

: -r a lime. Marsh got himself ; Thuisday partly cloudy, with had than .
:: ") r.I proof of this need can be j
I IC ,.,'. l y fighting!; wilh Travis light to fresh northwest winds. I that which occurred at Kupfrian'spark + ", i

L l'i :.1!, ,1 I upon for a $:;. yesterday. By all means keep '

I r 'ndeUlla! arrested the en- I good and bad dogs off the streets,

, Tu-: fight;; occurred in the for not a day passes but what narrow ---- -- ti : i. ii .

_ :.' ''m and was the outcome n winter Mi escapes from serious injury isreported. B. H. FAIRCHILD, ,' } ; It{ '" "',1'1" I-,: -t "
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:I" : ..,Lcdrai.gle.,\ While it last- you "all run down," ." 1 j '
wind with tTPUOx..STERER .' H. i i '
I, i t tras full t.f people. up !
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. : h" J ; I
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these pleasant
:i.4 i i'narroman started for "It is a pretty sight r

''at!ion to swear out wary afternoons to watch the many carriages ?..,'oet Work and Refinishing Furniture a < 1{ 1 'I or'. '', 1 l'

: was overtaken at Bear'sL'ma propelled by neatly dressed Specialty. .<." !'.; . '

,. Johnson and given an- H'2.4RootThat ; nurses and occupied by pretty babies Xlaono4.0, Q. Our line of Alpaca \ 1.// d'j' r ; t 11 ". 1- '.
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Palafox street, remarked a 1 ".. -
I' "i. "utg. Johii Brown, a lIra)- on Warm th -
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ATTENTION I. 0. B. B!
t r. T I to separate them but Tra1 \- L t lady at the Escambia. The little Weather Serge ;;JfL '1.11., .
Five gallons fur 2S cenu. In their second The Executive Committee will holda "
"- 1 ;>n \\nand started to dears seem to be Clothing and J; fU f-
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If
Charles/ E. Hirci Co.. when I meeting at the Progress Club Wed '
sometimes pass .
and ,
heaven,
t." earth up with l.im. Brown { is now t ar
Halitrn, Ps.l nesday evening, April 1st at 8 o'clock. ; '
; >! a f.vw blows on the head of some of the. little dimpled creatureson ready.Sicilian r'II ,..1. 'I "I
Business of importance to be transacted. ,. I t '
1 and the later had Brown ar- the streets and see how delighted Coats \. r : :
Every member requested to be An 'I' ,I .
, ", for assaulting.; Tha drayman they appear, I feel like grabbing 'r' '
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present. Assort- I !I' M1 and f:r 1 1 I
,, nin'l not guilty.ol" : i I .
covering 3mI. t. L. B. HIRSCHMAX. Sec. ment Vests.Styles. .?
consisting 1.1'.t t ., ;1
'uing; at Jacob>'s tomorrow And that reminds me. I don't believe I i of 1 IV llj <'. j Ei i 'i! ,
a be largely attended and pretty I was ever in a city where there Those who cough at night may secure Crash 1 Correct.1 I i 1tf +
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rest by taking Piso's Cure for : } 1
f-nirs will be !presented to every are to be seen so many pretty babies. Linen 1 j '

and the choicest groceries They are to be seen everywhere'the Consumption. Flannel, Qualityand '; ,t fj' t'i .t f>
I iIS't I -t
;gown.I'TCdEIL pretty ones, I mean and I am not and !: .

the only visitor that has noticed Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat Biscuits .''" l' }. .
HomeSpun Prices \ ..fif" ;
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AIMEDAT them, either." and Force with Cream at Sol- ,+ t n, t.I

WRONG TARGET. Oman's. Coats and 1 Always', .n t :j
l_ who had
A prominent young man -- -- ,- -- ---, "- --" Trousers.JOS.. Right. it J ,
i" 1"lurt'd.'a3 before been neglectful of his church obligations .' t .. '
.. I.h nu-rning; for assault- I heretofore has suddenly commenced DR. GOIiDSTEIfl ,\I ,'Jt" ; "

'i.tmcdIi elicit. Dod- attending church with surprising '" .

v and asked\ leave to"I. : i regularity. A friend asked s s j

i. !He said hi. at- him what caused this sudden. change IS HERE. 1 ; f. '
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4ailng 1 gallery last made the following : t
.\, ./. for the best and he :
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are tats, attached rr' = confessionVell.: to be, plain THE OPTICAL SPECIALIST IS : t' .

i A tag struck by t with you it's just this. The other STOPPING AT HE ESCAM::A COLEMAN : 1 : I t '
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I the marksman: to 1 : t night I was at the auctioning of HOTEL.-SEE HIM ABOUT I it ; ;
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Mitchell paid for books and secured a bargain in YOUR EYES. i 'M,

m-iti-ad! of shootmg : : 7 Dante's "Inferno." I first lookedat CLOTHIER. J h.. I I ,of, .
= t t I SATURDAY WILL BE HIS LAST ?: : .
s-d !he aimed at a 1 2, 1'; the work of !Dore and then read DAY HERE! ; l' \ j

'!I., trigger, thcbul.p canto after canto. And it made an

,,-. timepiece into 1 1 impression on me, for I really just 212 South I'alafox, Peu.acola, Florida. 1 r ,

'in make Mitchell realized how bad I was. 1 resolved to I 't !
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the latter refused; go to church regularly and to mend ,', 'i I .

.' it ing by I) 1 j t ;ht r
i I'll I to jro froc. D. & I. MAYER people may laugh at my superstitious 14 ;
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I nature, but for my )part 1 am really I.... 'I'Y :. ;

If 'U wnt your business to beh glad I read the book." I t ," .. _.
A ." -, 1-e m THE NEWS. Next Door to First. National Bank. I Remember the eye is the most sensitive "l ; "J"J! .dt rl. .
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I "Your society writers will have allthC'y il organ we have. In its normal {: -u.ll.1: .t '. \ 1'1
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I can do in June, said a lady. I !
at all distance
condition we can see '
"To. my knowledge there will be no / ; :; :s. { I
.SPRING OPENING alike. We can admire the beauties of : ;' : .t
.. less than eight weddings during that iJ .;
nature and everything that is wonderful
month and costumers are now making
in life. The eye is often abused' Bon Bons and Chocolates. tiPettl : .:
up the creations for these events. I ,
-ATFALK'S- ; .
and neglected, the sight: becomes impaired ,
will this, that while I am bound tip r 1
say and requires artificial aid, and, ;: DELICIOUS: ? : J j : .
by an oath to secrecy as to names ;

until after Lent, still it is well as medical, there attention is only is one of method no consequence to W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, ; ; )f)
known that there will be at least i'I .t

three from a prominent West Hill restore, and the that sight is by to the its normal use of proper condition Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South PalafOX St. : ;::h:Ltr'/! : :''., I r

MILLINERY! family subscribe to the sol..mn"ows.." +11" ." t
glasses. Dr. Goldstein is in the city 't 1ft' ,
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will remain few days. This is ) ;
and a 4
"Tom Xee said last night: that he "
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ti j,. WEDNESDAY APRIL I will not withdraw from the five-cor the opportunity of your life to get DR. J. H. MOCK I : i
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+ nered marshal race, but would be, glasses! fitted to your eyes to make i } ::1 (
: __ and to rest and < :1 {
you see properly, i -\1.! : t. '
; -ASITHURSDAY >- among the last, remarked a gentleman '
t is well ..r .lr1 !ti'
r on the curb stone. "Tom says strengthen them. Dr. Goldstein ... "

;. APRIL 2.F4SH he did say he wouldn't run; that known to some of our citizens, and is DENTIST. /%& .u : tV ',

publicity given a certain act of his highly; recommended. Dr. Goldstein ; iuHiuJ> JBOT hg: rr+ <

below the charges you nothing for examination : .
made his stock fall way
consultation! and will give the 28S. Palafox Street % Old Armory f tint '
standard and he had no !great chancesof i or you Building tl. ; r

success but he says he didn't proper! adivce. CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. 6 !+ a
l. <
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value of fitting glasses
,,\ ,h mean to withdraw. In other words, I The perfect : ; _

T. VvST. BRIGHTEST; t : li he said he said it, then said lie didn't 'with reference to health cannot be PiarSACOLA...\. 1ff tJ" .}k ;
'HE SEASON, BOTH) I over estimated. Their effect upon ;";: i .!fa.if }I
it. !
1\ T I say r'i !
and .n
40READY-TO-WEAR!, \ \ I the'no>n'ous system is direct Ifi
u ,' DUE NOTICE IS SERVED. through this indirectly, upon the entire Lumber. I I Hudgins' new style label for his 5 tY'i' ( r

2x3 scantling, $3; per thousand.3x3 cent cigar will interest you.
the organization.A
notice is hereby served on
Hue
'-OW YOU A HAT1! ill ll ; ; troubles which resultdirectly scantling $C per thousand. J t& i
7HV public generally that DeNVitt'sVitch few of the Other items in proportion. Call and I '
Gunther's ''
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HE JUST TO YOUR in this particular Try Candies atSolomon'
L'K' il' Hazel Salve is the only salve on the from neglect see us.MClmo.. I 14"
WILL BE FASHIONA- j y j CO. ..
i Sick Headacheand BEEKMAN LUMBER
the are: Xeuralgia. ; t
made from
E.E r :. AUTIFUL. 7 ( t market" that is pure ,.
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unadulterated witch hazel. De\Vitt's Nervous Prostation. In additionto
; &
I' fir Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands the general; disea=1s, I have enumerated -I Good Cypress Shingles $1.25 per

You Are Invited to the of cases of piles that: would not the following local affections thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. \eHes-Kann Com any t

yield to any other treatment, and often result from uncorrected errors ,

Opening. Come this fact has brought out many worthless of refraction. Conjunctivitis (granulated Try The News' WANT COLUMN. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL )? ( { f

-- counterfeits." Those persons" who lids), Keratitis with Ulcers of GROCERS.Headquarters a '
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---- -- the genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel Cornea. Paralysis of Nerves, Atrophyof -- --

: ': acacaca' get Salve are never disappointed because Nerves.A DR. F E. BRUCEHas fig t p, a

; sad mistake is made by most people -
John
i it cures. Hargis' Pharmacy, returned and resumed practice. for
LENTEN SPECIALTIES .!I Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. !In putting off spectacles too long. 4fA L1
The old advice, "Don't begin specks Office 22J;' West Government St., Fancy and Staple Groceries.

will until have to," has done a worldof Salisbury..Building.Tolojoliono 1
.Singers and Public Speakers you :
CAHN ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE.. ,
CO'S. for Consumption an harm. Anyone can by strainingand 146.
..SOL & .. find Piso's Cure for toarsness.OYSTERS squinting and looking sharp, goa FANCY GOODS. ;s' P f

affectual cure long time \\"ithout.spectacles, but he WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS itf ict j

r Fir '\CKKKKI-, GKKF.N TCltTLI'IEET ''is sewing seeds of destruction to his FOR WEST FLORIDA FOR THE ,

%a .I <". roilFlMI.rni Stll"i.-HKLL CKAB! AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine eyes. CELEBRATED V q; j

1" n'n. riiH 1M>K, todsTrv. thr-tn. Consult Dr. Goldstein. Cafe du Mode Coffee, 'Sweet Home 'l( 1 ,
: 'I :ill liHIATF.KS Kiri'KKKI HFUniXG oysters NIC APOSTLE. Specific examination of the eyes Molasses, Idiot and Climax; Flour, r '

j: IfNNY: FISH. free of charge. pr>ti tie f>hotoghaphy: Baylels Delicatesser, German-Ameri {
{3 ng Generally Kept in a First-Class Grocery. PHONE [173 Malta-Vita. Shredded Wheat Biscuits ROOM 31, HOTEL PARLORS ES. I can Food Company's Canned Meats, t i iI

,,:\: X SSSSSS Oman's., and Force with Cream at Sol- CAMBIA HOTEL. 27mlw,. 204H. Palafox Street. I Etc., Etc. ;





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I Women as Well as Men J. B. ROBERTS ISRESTING


MISS MONIE BOWEY, BONILLA'SREBELFORCES Are, Made Miserable by -EASY TODAY. So TiredIt

Mr. J. B. Roberts is reported ta be
No. 38 Perry Street. DETROIT. MICHIGAN. Kidney Trouble
J- -- L __ l_-r J resting very satisfactorily this after- may be from overwork

I .I A couple of winters*go I Wine of Cardni makes women uoon and last night iie csted very I the chances are Its from aa' btt in.I .

slipped on a frozen sidewalk! J more womanly by cur Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages well. AH of which information vil!! active LIVER._ J

&ad feU flat 011 bad: On ingtheirweakneannik- > and lessens ambition; beauty,vigor be welcomed by his legion of friend I
examined I found that ing them stronger. Wine of .. and cheerfulness soon I With a well conducted
being CAPITAL OF =
THE HONDURAS :- UY[
k : in this city. The old gentleman, however
I had sustained internal inju Cardui cured Miss Bowey. i" ) disappearwhenthekidneys I one can do mountains cf
rieswhkhlaldmeupfosmcte Asamedicine for all women are out of order is a very side man yet and thereis JIr
WILL NO DOUBT SOON BE, IF I' without fatigue.It .
than two months. After that '.- r in every trying period of or diseased. no telling what may transpire in avery I
I noticed that I had pains in their lives can yon think of a Kidney trouble has I adds a hand red
IT IS NOT ALREADY, .IN THEIR p \ short time. Friends and relativesara per cc-t
the back and groin which I better medicine for yourself : become so prevalent I ones earning to
never had before. I doctored / ,/. } your sister, your daughter POSSESSION. \ that it ts not uncommon I constantly by his bedside. C8p.lcity.It .

; and doctored for several V"If' or your mother ? Can you 'N for a child to be born can be kept in !
hcahfI3C'JcQ
months but as the pains in- Vonii Bomy. think of a more acceptable 4 ?afflicted with weak kid- THE BLOOD by and only

creased instead okgrowing i i r mJ present to give your friend \ ==- neys. If the child urinates Cannot remain if the liver is byMs
better I decided thatfwai not having the than a bottle of this medicine which New Orleans March l.-The fruit too often if the pure

right treatment. Reading in the papers will bring her health and happiness? steamer Breakwater reached port yes- urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child inactive. One function of the liver is

of the wonderful cures performed by You are suffering ? Your duty is to with that General Bonilla reaches an age when it should be able to to filter the impurities out of the

Vine of Cardui I wrote to one of the rid yourself of this pain. It your terday news control the passage, it is yet afflicted with blood. Malaria, or other germs and
parties and received a very satisfactory daughter, mother, sister or friend ia and his army is sweeping every pointin bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of pm
I cannot remain in
reply and I immediately sent for tome. tick and in need of relief, your duty is Spanish Honduras and that it Is the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first poisonous matter

In very short time: I felt generally better equally great to them. Many women, only a matter of a few days when step should be towards the treatment of the system when the liver is active.

and after seven weeks faithful use I was now well, owe their lives ft friendi these important organs. This unpleasant HKPATICURA is the best liver tonic.It .
Tegucigalpa, the capital, falls into his is due to diseased condition of the ,
once more wetland strong. have never who brought them Wine of Cardui. trouble a will aid the \liver in its work of TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
had a sick hour since npj: I daily bless Wine of Cardui is adapted to women hands, if he has not occupied it al kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as I 1- _
most people elimination: ; it \\ill tone up the blood
splendid suppose. j[
your medicine.MONEE at any age in any walk: of life. ready.
BOWEY. For the it her Women as well as men are made mis; and Keep it normally alkaline. It is MEN
working woman gives Puerto Cortez, the most importantport j I !b. to1 AM WOMEN,
OF CARDUI is medistrength for her tasks and better erab'.e! with kidney and bladder trouble, \: UUL .
rrrpNE one the best blood purifier and constitu- .I? '" '*
I W cine that should always be kept treatment than a doctor for very small on the Atlantic coast, was cap- and both need the same great remedy. !, I.I I. dpi hir .E *
on hand in every home for immediate cost. tured March 22. The fall was iisy, The mild and the immediate effect of tion builder to be had. Sold by all ..G.ar.nte.d I.Slrtcul,. (irruati f ,< ,

me when female weakness Your drnsgist will sell you a fl.OQ as the government troops mutiniedand Swamp-Root soon realized.: It is sold druggists. I TstvANsCHMrstCo.r.t.tsug4s. I'.i. '. IR

first makes its appearance. Miss bottle! of Wine of Cardui. Secure the Tlaza- and the I by druggists, in fifty- :' "" I. gt r jCINCINSATIC
killed de hold
Bowevs painful and dangerous accident medicine today. Take it in the privacy Mayor I cent and one dollar .. ....:::::;:;:: 0 S T O Ti I .I. i t.s. ??, b. Kracrl.i.or .,*

; would nut have resulted! so seriously of your home. Relief will come to you second officer.Commandant. :sizes. You may have a j2i.;. :. :, iit-. : 1t.e .,- t0zr. ,lft.lTCBUr :
: Klr.d YC1 H : E1t-m .
had she taken Wine of Cardui promptly.Jfltt a) surely as you take it.WlNEofCAIUM Villardi, of the Puerto I sample bottle! by mail ; Bean th : 8} : t" f I li J.

_____J-IJ_ -----u.-- .- I.. Cortez district, escaped with all the ;: free, also pamphlet tell- Home cf Swamp-Root 1'StUl't (!; 2 ..,:-# i : : a-_
ing all about it, including many of the 'II! ;rrl1., (cL
A million suffering women money available on board the gunboat thousands of testimonial letters received i E. W. 'PEAKE
have found relief in
: Wine of CarJni. Tatumbla, the navy of President from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Khmer i! Subscribe to the News, 10 a week. ,

_L1.rI11 1-1- Arias. Sailing to Belize Villardi went i; & Co., Binghamton. N. Y., be sure and i i ,
I mention this- I II I No. 30( south PaUfux ,
paper. .
_ ashore and left the money aboard. I i fce; ,
Don't make mistake but j Yon
-- any remember want a srood tuner to
F I.. I piano i I call bells, wires; and ..11 "jt
I .. Xo sooner had he left the ship than I I I the name, Swamp Root. Dr. : stay in Pen=acola, frtill you hold I k j.

Maritime.Arrived. I her crew steered her out to sea and I Kilmer's Swamp Root, and the ad- tuck yonr order. Send it in. I have i electrical supplies. Have : .:1 ao

in seas, ( had 20 years' experience and have I your work. Call phonFoley's *- _> j
! It it is now a pirate unknown dress, Binghamton: KY., on .
every j i worked in several piano; factories. I ----- --
JfEWS NOTES without a flag or a country. 1 '
-- t but tie. Orders left at John-OI book store j
San Pedro was captured by the will be attended to. I Hon?y and Tar

Greenwich, I5r ss, 180':!. Cobb, Belize rebels March 24. CHAS.V.. PHSSLEY. I cures colds prevents pneumonia.itflCKE
__ TAKE NOTICE.To .
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to C. C. Mengel Co. I -- Mrs. Arias, wife of the president, -- -

:Mr.: John G. Wood and wife and in a dying condition, escaped from whom it may concern: "

VESSELS IN PORT. I Miss Allele Ch.iffee returned from Xew Puerto Cortez one day before the fall On and after this date all Resolutions -

Oi leans yesterday.S. on board the United States collier Cards of Thank, Excursions or St CO.

Brutus. She was afterward trans- Entertainments to whicn an admission -
SteamShIps.Culgoa G. Steiner, a prominent Xew Orleans
ferred to the Marietta and carried to is charged, and simi'ar notices,
Am. ss 2170 Doyle Xew : drummer, 13 at the :Merchants: Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala, in safety. will be charged for at regular Edvertiti'i'j -
i York to U. S. Navy. hotel for a day or two. ,
Rebel Chiefs Captured. fates.MaltaVita.
Cairncrag, Br ss, 191: Gibson, Vera
'I: Cruz to Sutherland-Innis Co. Telephone subscribers will pleaseadd New York, March 30.-The follow. No. & South Palafox Street.

phone 183 Laz Jaco r's : ing dispatch was received yesterdayby Shredded Wheat Biscuits -
grocery All Kinds 0, PlumbIng and Gas
Durango. Span ss, Quintana. 2297 I ; Fitttnfre Materials Kept on Hnn
and Force with Cream Sol-
at
and 497 his residence. the consul of San Domingo at
Xew Haven to Sutherland-Innes Co "J11TlOfln'-'N'I vir '. "" NarvA 'T..\
New York from Governor Caseres at oman's.
Uarhvood, lir ES, 14O I Brown, Havana Capers King. representing the Lud- .
Santiago: -
to Sutherlaml-Innis Co. den &.Bates Piano House arrived from

(; Firth of Forth, Br ss, 13S3:: :: Brady Savannah last evening. "General the cruiser Horacio Independencia Vasquez captured at Jtudng's, file Best: for or. SAMUEL CHARLES

4 Providence to II. Baars & Co. ,
Marcoris; all the chiefs of the revolution .4
Dr. Goldstein the II
Franc'isca. Spin: ss, L'chevarria, eye ;:pecialistwbhes
it understood that ) on board captured and impris Chris BOOT AND SHOE: MAKER
1508, IJiloxI, to Calf Traasit Co. Saturdayvill Thiesen ;
confined to
t Kattndrccht, Dutch ES.'cnsina, \) be his last day in the city. oned. Revolution now .L
San: Domingo City, where they are 1 REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
Uir "ua Cruz to W. S.: Keyst-r & Co. I
H. P. Weiss, helter known as "Clip: ," best-iced by government troops. Rest CORNER J :s: : Wholesale, and Retail Dealer Shoes,. Leather Finding.on. .
t Iih'i'h! !!r ES 241% Major, Boston "
tho lively t"i'r s'ntathe of Thf Pica- of the country is -with government. '! 1"IIon:; oo-souni
I P\I.U'OX: STUKKT.
to Cult Transit ( 0. INTENDENCiA AND BAYLEN SIS.
yiine i is in tl.) city on Lis.iness.Mins .. _
Nith, Ur s;;, Sturcnhen, ltS9, I hH
- SPRING FEVERS. One Block West of Palafox. j .
.:'f Kingston to nix :'1. Robinson | Susie Golson a pretty young
the
During the cold winter months
F Ire-no, swed ss, 1423: 1'oyesson |!, lady from Montgomery, is visiting her system is full of snap and vigor, Jut I KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF J. E. DUBUISSOX t9 BROTHER,

i ; Tampico toV.. \Yittich & Co. \i uncle, Mr. Gay Golson on Eist Inten-
approach of warm weather produces a UM-K TAKUIGOXA AND I'iTEXUJtH't.STHIol'TS.:
Viuna, Span ss, Ruiz, 10S3: : Santiago 'lencia street. .
; 1
change in the body-a reaction sets
i to Gulf Transit Coflhcznina i Dealers Inc
Mr. C. Wallace of Gulf port. Miss., in. The liver, bowels and kidneys r [ I u
\\ Dr ss, 1G82 Bone, Tam- iI

\ pico, to IJix :\[. RObJfl.SU.i are 1'1'11Ir.at:: Merchants.. J. A.:: Bryant .of Both Xew of Orleans these, become sluggish of ,waste and allow mater.an The accumulation PURESTFOR' # Choice Staple and Family Groceries, rf


i Ships. gentlemen! are stevedores. stomach becomes weak and digestion I Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too miny to enumerate,
, I and WarrantPd to be the Best the Market Atfords aud can be
Carana Ital shlp.Cosla, 14S8, Cape impaired.
Relifd We
on. can Duplicate any Order Oiv Durintbe
!n us
- t !j Town to II. Baars & Co. lr. F. R. Miller an.t wife. Mr. J.W. HCPATICUUA will tone: up theliver Holidays\ and will Deliver Free to any Fart of the City.

-Aj ; Am ship Kennebeck, 193C Lane, Kramer and :Mr.V.: F. Xeal and and bowls! ; remove the accumulation Family or Medicinal Use: COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION

( 'Ei; Boston to John A. Merrltt & Co. wife of Brew ton, Ala., arrived last of waste matter and you

Indus, Ital ship, Oneta, 1111 Marseilles evening nail saw the big l\tl1eship: will feel bright and cheerful. Sold by FoR :, P.O. Box326. J. E. Duhuisson & Bro

. tl-M; to Rososco Bros.Cddere. this ::13rnin;. all druggists. PHONE 66. '

Xor ship, Sars 13CO, D'ir- A :Mobile pr.rty at the Merchants The Sailor or Lan sman. j I Fft1U.ily G-rooor

t.1, to F. O. Howe & Co hotel today is composed (,Mosrs.. H. Cood For Colds. -

1- : 5aga, Xor ship, liana, 1221, MonteJeo I P. I'.'arn. George F. Barlin and \\ P. Lemon sirup: made by baking a I

: lj \". to master lemon twenty minutes and then Swedish Punch, Dnnlsh' Aquaril '
,
i :\irln\Oi-h. The Litter i is: a prominent: .A..lVL.A

Carks. j practicing }physician of ftc Alabama squeezing the juice upon half a cupful German Kummel and other brands v'ery

ant this morning pKasintcompanion \ of sugar is excellent for hoare-: of imported Wines and Liquors. :
port was a
1C! Advokat Schiander, Nor bk, Mad- ness and to break a cold. ; (SCCCKSSOR TO AVERY t WOOLFOLK.j
of Dr. Whiting HargU. Here only you will find the N. C. '
Uf: sen,-, Algoa Day to or erAviCmor IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

i (\, Xor hk, Hanson, 1043, Mr. Rufe 1Smith, Jr., of Birmingham AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT? Bowen Kentucky Whiskey, 24 years ,

4 t I :IUo Janeiro t.) order I is at thlkrc1.ult,; !hotel today. Unusually a hacking cough and a old. i i ii i HARDWARE.

Ital Aniellina.: S03, Maniaeo, Marseilles I Mr. Smith was formerly connected general feeling of weakness, often I Valhalla Branch corner Garden i
4 Co. leading to fatal results after the !,
& i
to 11. Baars patient -
with the Daily Times of this city, audi is to have the street and 10th avenue. Iron, NaiN, Axes, Khovf Is, S i w Mill and Kteambnat
- supposed passed
Enricheua Acr.ime, Hal liK :033; I i is w IJelKnown here. lie is now an (dinser point. Foley's Honey and I II I Supplies, Cooking and Heating :Stove*, Paint, Oils

_ Tassino, ii-noa.: to :S.: S. I. Co inspector lor the Southern Boll Telephone Tar is guaranted to cure the "grippe CHOICEST i Window Ola.!?. Guns, Pistil; .mi Fi.;hinj? Tackle.

Carlo p. Hal bk. Bole 1673, Montevideo comiaiiy, a tuition for whichhe cough" and make you strong and Agate and Tinware ann lI'Misefurmshlui QfOt1ii.

to order well. It never fails to stop a cough -oFf I
'
is well fitted.WHOLESALE if taken in time. Take no substi- AGEN8FOR BIRMINGHAM JtOLLINO MILL COMPANY3
Ital bk Olivari. SIT, Ten-
Gregoria.
tutes. I Revere Giant Stitched Belting Northampton Emery
0 eriff: to order GROCERS I f FRUIT8 ANDCOIFECTIONER O When) Ca., L 'ftin &; Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kilsoraine -

Lady Penrhyn Xor bk, Andersen, GRAY, GOODMAN <_ RADER WISH Iron Kin* and Buck Stores and Range, Wm
773, Savannah to order AND JOBBERS MEET.A Coups & Co.'!! Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's
I. TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC Made Railroad Colors.
Mary .\. Troop, Br bk, 1118, Walley,
mcUin was held at the Merchants THAT THEIR BIG SPRINGOPENING APOSTLE'S I Masonic Temple I
Santos to order. 0. ? Pensacola Flu.
hotel this morning by local ,
OF FINE MILLINERY WILL TAKE
1170. Cclte
Kolf Nor bk Torgensen I
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wholesalers and jobbers for the -
to Mas'or. purpose PLACE TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY 14 East GOVErnment st.
of of ,
forming a sort grocers' association.
Thomas 1U1 bk, Lauro, 809, Naples MARCH 31st AND APRIL 1st TIME TABLE.
A prominent gentleman in Formerly Cordova Restaurant BtalJ
V to master
attendance! Mr. James \V. Lee
was a
j Schooners. I One car-load of Pineapples at 11.7'' LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.

Dona; Christina. Am sch 1C3;;, Axel-- representative of the Alabama GroI YOU FEEL SICKAnd to $2.00 per dozen.j. EFFECT DItCEMBERtleol
- I I cory company of Birmingham .Mr. Lee -
son Coatzacoalcos to order.
1 aIm represents an association of grocers you wonder that's the matter. New Orleans and Mobile.
; Mabel Darling Br sch, Sweeting.
7 Dunmore Town to master I << in his state and is here for th? Your head aches, you feel tired and j. i mi -

Grand purpose of forming oue in Pensacola nervous, have no appetite and can't No.8. So.So..I. No.8. NoI, ? OL
Governor' Blake, Br sch, -, I 115 a 12llIm 11:06 p .enePenlacolaArrtn 6:00: a .:'-' p lt:* t
tf work in conjunction with the Alabama sleep. The trouble lies In the stomach.It 850
to Jno. A. Merritt & Co ) : a 2STp Ij a Leave..ilomaton_ I..n 2M a Sum p !:JSPtttp
Cayman. 11:00 a 4ip: 2SSa Lsve_ Mobile __ Lesve 12:8In' Jf:16u
Gardiner B. Reynolds, Am sch, 331, b311r.FALLEN has become weak, 'and cannot. .::-- N:25p 7:110 a L..e _Nfl' flrl..anll._ L..n MtJu p '15.. .__ .
therefore, do its work properly. Takea :

Anderson. LaGuayra to order. WOMAN dose of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters Contractor and Buil ert North.

DIED LAST NIGHT. before each meal. It will restore the '
T BIG CARGO No L No. ..
HAS No. I I No. L
appetite, Insure perfect digestion and PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND ll:06pm I 1215pm Leive. Pen&ooIsArrIve '
:OOpm I 51J)11D
E: OF MAHOGANY LOGS. Adrian Spencer, a dissolute whita sound sleep and make you feel bet- ESTIMATES 8:15am :57p m Arrlve_ toDtlllmery _Le.n 1I:16amI I 35p"
FURNISHED AT
llP am 8\Jj pm Arrlve..EIrmlnghsn! ..Lese
died \last e\ening at her Inbl- 53sm .:UIi II ID
woman ter. No other Spring medicine is as 1IOa
1:06pm m ArrlnS..bvllie _Le..ve ___ ..
: The British steamship Greenwich tatior on West Zarragossa street. The 'good. Try a bottle. SHORT NOTICE. o c J* Jt I I TO 1110.am. m !' 11:6e.8:11.. m m Arrive Arrive_.Clnclnn"ULeave Lonln'Ule .Lea.., 8:00 1:16 p m 2:45 .. III
First-CIa3 Work Guaranteed and I' m 11:16 I' m
firm of Xorthup & Wood handled the 7:5) .m 1:1Jtpm Arr.v".Mt.LoUlt.Lean
t arrive*! in port this morning consignedto ':Ilipm 1I:56pm_
-mains'" which vere Interred; early References Furnished.
C. C. Mongol & (',0. The steamship HOSTETTER'S'STOMACH PENSACOLA. AND RIVER JUNCTION.
this afternoon. The funeral was after 414 EAST IXTEXDEN'CIA

has nearly thiee trousaad mahogany .ded by a good many of her associates No.D lly No. 1-0.1111 I No itop where time not ibown So. J-DMly No. :25.-b&lJ
who are man- BITTERS I I
logs 'or her consignees
and the ccrtes was one of the NTAL-Ml 1145 P m ':00.. m L.PeDlaOol.Arrtn 10:00
ii .. p mOM Rn p B
ufacturers tauisvllle, Ky., and this 12:16 night ':18" Bohemia.,,._ 10:87"' 1OS"
n very finest. !!:" ':18" U YnJeltra = .. "
10 &:01"lJlII.
is the second of about thirty cargoes These tiny CapiulM ife rapenont ; : I 1:18. ..... ._Eic mtti-_-- \ : It 1M If

which will be handled at this port by THE IOWA SAILED BalumXofiCopaibt.N 11.15 "" ':1& "" Mnl.t vt-.a 65 '
It.WU ':18" .. ___ Harp __ 'I 10:11" 6:60'
the Mongol eompnny. The ertire consignment OUT THIS MORNING.The NEW SCHEDULE. t I C-bebtt ui*.IiJMtioai. (gpTThe1 14.68:W .". I, T':811"11II" _(ltClty_ .a.. 10:16" 6.!! "
; .Milton..... "
will be over eight million OF cure U48 boonUie\1 1 1010 a : _, _aooa Itange.. 10:10"_.. H 5 4M::*) ..

logs, all of which will bo handled at battleship Iowa Captaia Perry lAme diaeuet without any ln.ion-1 lSf"1:0Ii" *IW 11:11": "' ___Mllligan Holtl ___ "oJ. 1:11I"8:10" .4.11.11"II

Pensacola. sailed out this morning for target prac. STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ Incitcca., $OtD W-"GGISJ! 1:11" 8:18" H" _C reitTle w_ .:1. 6:00"
1:00" 1:11I" _Diemuia ,_ It 8M u ..u.
tice. It Is expected that she will return I;. 1:18" .". __ Mosey Head 1(0" Ile"
J. N. ROGERS, Manager. ,:111" 5:. .DelanlakSpi-lngs. S:13" 148 II
Saturday or Sunday morning PENNYROyAL PILLS ':15.' I:" .... __. _, Argyit __ I' ';H" I.BI":.
The big guns of the Illinois and Indiana Leave Freeport Monday and 4: 0 ':61' _.ronce de Leon:211" 1:11"
1o. ...i... 1:00" 10:10' N __.Weitnil__ ':11" 1:54"
have been hcard all the forenoonand Thursday mornings. ,,, ,'ssArE. nil trJt.'t'Grm; 1:08" 1016' __ C&ryrll __ ':11" I:"'' ''
Indicate Arrive at Pensacola Monday and I a& I.' KED .,c ...1. B..sOc k.IM ...., 1.8" 10:11I' .'I. _Bonlf y_ 1:116 ltT"
that the 1:00"
ships are by no 10t1" .. "
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night. .thlBleT l. f"
Thursday v9 ""rlDIIo1I. Take at aU r.M Ii .. l04
I I Dslgr... "...UI. 1tO. 11.-CT ._Coitoad _._ COOl
ai4ICatUkB 111a. le. 1:18" 12:11:
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means! :dle. The Indiana i is expected Leave Pensacola Tuesday and u..... 5 ,.f .. .. ':4* It II
7..r Ona"L .t4 4. Il:2S" ........Mart.lllia_ I. 1:00 II 11:14 H
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ti be in the harbor before nightfall, as Friday night. 'oe- )j ...M 1,11.',_.....'-0.T..1eIe.._,'I'" ':10" 1It6. _Cy prestOrtnd I. 1:38"I. 11:'5 lID..
I
Arrive at Freeport Wednesday __..._.__._ .o.. ) li. IMI'. r-. R.13b5 T:40" 1131 It It. RIdge_ 6ft. u.avtja
.
pilots have information to that effect. and Saturday morning IL &II n.u'", (. ......_.,('eat.I('.. 1:118" 11:00 noon _,._ Bae! .di 6:21" .'.
i'U wr. BU4I.M lit. PHILft, 1:11' 12:11" Arrt"&lYK'2l1oUon_Lean 1:10" I iafj

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY. APRIL 1. la03

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BLUEJACKETS FROM While Good. REMARKABLE CURES ;;.' :::1: ;;!:;< >ffi"P4Are .. j

A Good Beginning THE MASSACHUSETTS. In putting away a white silk or muaHn .t "

gown it is a good idea to pllIn( Being, Made Daily Free of Chargeby i, Lf3t.! ,. I:

A hundred or more seamen: from the the box several cakes of fine white the Red Cross Physicians, Who ;::1. U't" ;;

If te blood is in good condition at the beginning of the warm season, battleship Massachusetts were allowed wax. Wrap the gown and the wax In Are Located at 111 West Chase 1!. 1 ft 1 .
to resist disease and are sot apt to be trUbled.with plenty of white tissue and : {
are prepared boils, shore leave tais afternoon, as that Stomach paper put Street-Services for Three 4Jf;. J
Months
t
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r'I' blackheads and blotches, or the itching and skin blue all. The will JJi\ ; S 1
{ burning eruptions! vessel is expec'ted paper over was turn
::: to go to sea fortarget Are Given Free to All Invalids '
jst: ta1.e one's life a veritable torment and misery. I(I quite yellow In time, but the clear Who r ; .1 t r j

Vow is the time to begin the work of cleansing and building up the is practice tomorrow morning. It white of the gown will be preserved Call Upon Them Before April 21. \ V ." ;' t I In"I.
stated that leave of these .
has I.
the weak men .
t'''ccJ; sj1-!,"-),!'ourconstitution.strengthening During the HORRIBLY AFFLICTED WITH BOILS not been lengthened to such a period Girl Dank Tellen. surgeons A staff: from of eminent the Red physicians Cross Medical and r .J: ;t- n,.{': t!;

f1f winter nonthsve are compelledfto I had ft horrible as heretofore. The other vessels, the I Troubles I In Chicago! girl bank tellers are a Institute have at the urgent solicita !f. : t1 1 f '
Indoors and breathe the impure Kearsarge Texas :great SU'l't"S.1 each of the thirteen i ;
) attack of boils and Alabama allowed tion of a large number of patients under }, ; l "
re"* tadly ventilated rooms and of- that broke out al) small detachments ashore this windows of the Royal Trust bank n their care in this ('olntrtab ; .jiI11li 1 1'
Weo\'er.workand over-eat, and oTerm7b047an41 afternoon. young woman presides. The woman fished a permanent branch of the Institute ." 1 I rti\: .

f:t Lttle: out-door exercise and our from. which 1 tellers draw the same salaries as men. in this city at 111 West Chase. ill. !{: .
5teas f become clogged with inipuriS'asdtie could let no poi Every position in the bank is awardedby street. 1 ti t l t
Wood a hot-bed of germs Bible relief until ORDERS ISSUED FOR cured byKDOL \ civil service rules and the girls have The eminent gentlemen have decid'i f

of kind, and I began taking SHIPS TO GET READY. won advancement rapidly ed to give their services' entirely free I' l }" ''f
warm
&:II:!:::ors every your medicine for three months (medicine excepted), t t "

ve t!:Mis sure to bring a reaction, and from. my experience I to all invalids who call upon them for ; f. f ; t'tlt'j
matter in the blood Admiral Higgirson has caused to boj I:
aHe:: poisonous I can I II NAVAL 8TOKK4 MAKKKT. I treatment between now and April 21st 1.li r 1,1", i
.jjYsitM will break out in boils and safely say S.8.B. i+j I issued orders for the ships to be readyto I These services consist not only of consultation I ',I t ;

t st:;Iei cr scaly eruptions and red, U the belt blood leave on Monday morning April 20. Reported Daily for The Ne" bj I ',, examination and a-lvice, but \ : .r U. f

>af'jr.os: pthisseasonb!* Hake purifier in the world. Union Naval Store C<'. I also of minor surgical operations. The :! I\j; ;

1 jEt;- Y taking KM. IX.P.eKYTBER8.ag END OF A McKINLEY DREAM. KOStH.naiTu I INW object in pursuing; this course is to ,.i; "f.t I
1"
tcostfcf S. S. S in time 1 it will not WytheviUe.Va. Savannah News. UOO H_ __1240i become rapidly and personally: acquainted ,'.'I' 'f }.'1.1,

r'y your blood and destroy thejaiipoisons /)YJPEPJlA CURE i wa____ :3 e) 1Q !: with the sick and afflicted : !} {) I t: ,

C-::,. ,butpromotehea1thynn..n. BEST TONIC AND APPETIZER It was a part of the policy of .. : ____ stO: li'_____ 210|I and under no conditions will any : 1:1: i I ;t-I

go':: : the Liver and Kidneys and e living- inBhermanTes.IbeE President McKinley to extend our s--..___ aion E_ .__ % 00: charge whatever be made for any ser \ !. :J ,1! ',J. I
:',:icf cam a victim of impure watery Under all curable conditions j vices rendered for three months to r 1 4
foreign trade ___ i i 'l ;ft. .
: good appetite at a time blood. X ran down in andenergy by means of reciprocity [ iu :0 I'o:
_
a !
r appetite all who call before April 21st. The I i- ,
rre. ; was scarcely fee I I1 treaties. It 1-___ r N C t bE'lo __ 205 (r i i LI.
j. .-.tii, ant-edit most. about and bad to stop off and rut was apparent to him, Mr. D. Kauble of, Mrs.W.W. Lay doctors t.rt'al all forms of diseases anddeformities by/ i! nt, .
'S S*. S. improves the digestion and occasionally. I took B.8.8. and began I as it is to anyone who studies the Nevada,0., was her of Milliard. TcapE3Tlii-; nothing doing and guarantee a cure in + 4 i I ; .

test?the Stomach, and you are nottctS' thorough to improve coarse at became once, and strong alter ant a) subject that in order to increase cured by Kodol Pa.,'was cured For Over Sixty Vearn. I I. e\ory case ...ey undeitake. At the 1 *: .. nt\ ;: ,,:; '.

:.uy; taunted by the fear offcijtstion well.think I our trade with other countries we I of stomach of Chronic MHS.Tix8LoWs!! OOTnIMiIY..tP/: bat ,, firft interview a thorough examination :j :i jf, ; '. J
I B. B.B. the beat medicine I trouble which Dyspepsia by
: : every time you eat, or ever used as an appetizer and gen I I' must make tariff concessions to them j i had effected the use of been used for over sixty years by million!ol is made: and. if illcura!'! you are k : l 1 t i! .
fstd!! with dizziness, nervousness eral tonic. J. o. BCOTT, i mothers for their children while teething, frankly told so; also advised against I i
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811 Railroad street Borne Oft. I if we want concessions from them. his heart. Kodol.KODOL r.pH.ditig money for unless: treatment t J j! ft.
t'is;!!.' sness. There is no reason with perfect success. It soothes tile c11::':, ,
re It is true of course that there are' softens tho gams.allayg all paincures win joollo Male and fruale wc.iknoss, catarrh it, ;J-" ,f
of
tji't d the coming warm weather ii you have your system wen fortified and catarrhal deafness also vanocelo, : # f;
; rb r
and Is the bebt for Diarrhoea.It ,
( countries which must \buy certain-: remedy
the1'd ia a normal healthy condition. It is the polluted sluggish j"
,
ei '
rupture goitre, cancer and all diseases if
will relieve the poor little sufferer> immediately. '.I '
{t';: d tbt invites disease germs microbes and poisons of every kind and I things from us because we are tile' Bold by Druggists every: part of the! return, are positively b. JfI i i: i x.l 'f

IPoa. a long train of spring and summer ailments break down the congas 'or.Iy country that has them or because ">{ the world. Twenty-five ceuts a bottle cured by their new treatment. jt. i; ",
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!-' n and produce weakness, lassitude, and other debilitating disorders. i we can sell them cheaper than ; Be sere yea ask for"Yo TS.Wlnslow's Sooth Their chief associate! surgeon of tho ,: i.

E ir.(, Acne Nettle-rash: > Oak and Ivy, and other irritating skin they can be obtained\ elese\.'here. I' ngSyrup.' nr.d t"k,, noothqr! kind.RBALSSMA. institute will be in personal charge.: ." 1. ". "" t.; .
to make their unless the humors and y Offices 111 West Chase i't" t I'.
sure poisonsare ..
t : ss: ac appearance I' ,
President McKinley knew that there t Office holers. 9 a. m. to 7 p. ra.: Sun t :41J }
antidoted and the thin, acid blood I .j j'
was no probability of getting congress ;, das 30 to 1. ,
'e J'
made rich and strong before the comingof a HAIR j! : fl I ;i'I'
warm weather.A .i to make a general reduction in r Ctera.lad bMuutua the hilr. '
Pruuiulri .t. : 'j, !, :
IUlur.all': ,
i path
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course cf S. S. S. now would bea the tariff as lung as his party was OUeittWhilYouEa! Sever Fills 10 Jle tore Oray CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR Jr. :.

safe precaution and a good beginningand in IMI"er, and it is certain that he John Sheppard, Hargis' Pharmacy err(, j Quos Hklr eu.id,t to''p rte d'i,*-..Youthful,....t.*11mj.batr;ie/Color.tuiiaz, I' THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED :!.! : P. : ,4 I

enable :you to pass in comfort would not have favoret such a reduction Sidney Kahn. ROOM, AT MARSTON & QUINA'S. ,- 1., t I. r"ID
through the hot, sultry months and h II
i because he was a higl'rutE'e.! -- -- o
) the diseases common to spring and summer. S. S. S. is guaranteed
e; ipe A LESSON IN HEALTH.
tionist.Bat J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT. ,
p vegetable and is recognized as the best blood purifier and the most in-
Healthy Uidneys filter the Impurities :
r.;'> ;>tin? anJ IJleasantof all tonics. Write forour book on "The Blood) and it is now authoritatively! announced 'a '1
that the present administration from the blood, and unless theydo VAN PELT BROTHERS
lkae5.: THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA.
will not encourage the nego- this good health is impossible.: t '

,,,, ."" ..,..< ::1' tiation of any more reciprocity treaties I Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound ;; t st,h e
1 'y'i ttq-1 .Ii l'i -
...-..". ''''.:..:..... ..r :\:.. : .u..w_!: p l'1.I... ). or..2. 7 for the reason that it has become kidneys and will positively cure allforms
.... .t. 1._ ,... $: "'\ .._ "J .... .-- ... ....... STAPLE AND fANCY GROCERS. fifi
satisfied that the senate will not rati- of kidney and bladder disease.It

fy anof; those which have been negotiated strengthens the whole system. W. r 1 .

D. HALE WILSON, with the possible exception A. D'Alemberte.\ 121 South Palafox FRESH LINES OF DELICACIES RECEIVED DAILY AND DELIVERED ; ilr. ,

of the Cuban treaty. What: the fate of street. ANY PART OF THE CIT. ,

that treaty will \be is far from cer fitd' I
Real Estate and Rental Agent been Have Added to Stock a Complete Assortment of Anti-Rust Tinware. .Posi i ? j
tain. It is true that it has Jtudgin's file Best Qt.
I ratified by the senate, but an amend JOT tively Guaranteed Not to Rust. This is Something that Housekeepers

13>a' South Palafox Street ment was attached to it that prevents have not had the Opportunity to Purchase Before. 1I

becoming\ operative until approved A Guaranteed Cure for Pile
TELEPHONE 1\.0.24. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA
by congress. Congress' approval Itching, Blind, Rleeding or Protruding VAN PELT BROTHERS .
Plies Your druggist will refuel your' fr
is just as likely to be withheld
money II I'AZO OINTMENT tails to cure
Classified Advertisements. as granted. Indeed there are you 50 cents TELEPHONE NO. 231 .* ..oj.." 31 EAST GARDEN ST.
suspicions that the amendment was'

--- --- made to the treaty with a view of ::1 L'
CA.33'Ici .X.A. Doors and .' '
ONE CENT A WORD. defeating it. 1-art5e! Its I\mj Yen Have AIIafs R'tty "-- ,

----- In our Havana dispatches yesterday ir'arar. '
WANTED.1VANTEDOrganizers ,' it was stated that the Cuban congress I 1: < lt.Iy :. / :d Window Screens
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r Mot Ei TO LOAN: for an established had been informed that it was :

Fraternal Insurance the purpose of the president to call In tr"m'JlII'ounty circuit Court, /State HAVE1'OtTTHOt'GII'rOF ;:pe ke .
Company of blonds-In' l.hllne..ry.Z..nll ,.
"> > 'liable' terms and I with latest planand business an extra session of congress some \ 1'. Ryan THE PROTECTION ANDCOMFORTTh1EYAFFORD ,

R.. time before December 1. far the vs.William J t' '
"V. HULLAUDv methods. I :iigo salarits: : paid pnr- 11. I : ? 7' ,, :

fox, Up-Sratr3.J gjnd Jnl'n."ritl' for full partica1irs. poseof approving the Cuban treaty. on Monday, the 4th day: of May: A. Ii. 7(
lUutthelrfi'idant; William Ryan, rrquirfdto Get Prices Now.
t. WILSON, Manager.HOMEY Till-: UNITED AMERICANS, lie is so \bent upon having it approved appear to the bill tilt-a agiiiunt himhcrtia. j

that it is )ssillc he succeedin ; .
-- Warder i may
IJMs., Washington;; D. C. This order Is to hA pulillshKlonoo a week
March :2! iaw1wiVANfEiAt having his way in regard to it, but I f rt-Ut! CI.II'-HHIIIVU ". ...'k* in THK l 1'\1 v U. G DeSilra & CO.
TO LOAN
there are certain to be complications X ItW". a nevt-spuDrr. published in said tscambiacouuty. 1, .J.JTclopl1cu1o

tl';: '1 :i-.hor-ea, ; once an Al presser at growing cut of the efforts to make a \.M. MCMILLAN. =

:'. I .i otti.T wawn'1 M. i?clip! tailor shop, 9 West '1ntendeneia I general reduction in the tariff schedules [SKAL] U.(."l It.
j "' tu; ir.I'sR prrV l'i'isiotk >\ 1'1\; ,. I+. n.I. fllOa1l: SI\ I
street m31tf.tVA'.fIO : when the treaty comes up for ... It .'
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ey approval, and it would not he surprising : T t j, t + '
i 1 :i.i Ki-her.
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Jin if b YOUNU: AIKSKrau.lia : Ironi if the president snoull meet! witha I The Star 'J
Laundry
County at once to prep I Kite & k 0 lh.Ywite ,
,
He f.lr Pi>-=itiois in the Government disappointment. 1
3111.\1 1 "I> LN: -\\ K. .Men. .
B: >'rvice. Apply to It seems that the reciprocity treaty '
I .
Ac'-ut. Money t<> Busiest Best I LjI.
1 . Inter t'ltf' Co'rrfs. Ins't. abandonedby Biggest {
; ii !ic rare of iiiteri't"i with Jamaica has been \ :: ,
Cedar INSURANCE
: Rapidla.
; :: tiri y. Ollice" 112 and the legislature of that island, because -
C: ; ." f ill 1,';III..tr..t. dJi wIni AND
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of the announcement 1
!ISETII: ) LKXI; ---- W A\'l'Jt.U-\1I kinds of empty beer Washington government that there REAL ESTATE
mi unproved huttipe. H. A. Kriedtniu.! u9-tf r. IJ
r"' IQ.! in large <>r small was no probability that it would be No.I South Palafox Street. They Speak a :;

II '" '- ..t l'-w rule i>f interest. .-..1. Lt.n t. ratified by the senate. It has been + t =
C. ,i ; LIP- I:. Hrooks attorney -
:it. -w :: i h.PaUfox St., Filer! FOR IJKNT-Iii7perahou9G buildup pending a long time--long enoughto Partial list of dwellings for rent in

P!Ii' ,,:, 3ctlm1i on ground Hour, one store and justify the conclusion that it wuuldDe'er various parts of the city: for ihffise1ves !!
olUce;ou tecoud il jor, three tlllces.fph"ll this :
be ratified. And it was
(Xd -IAY-l) o you t.eed $30.: -Corner Baylen and Cervantes \ .

I K-: : V"ii can barrow any NICELY furnished rooms with bath treaty that called forth the an- street. 2 story modern dwelling 1 We let the Shirt, Collars

1 ,,' .; : y\i\ w.iut today: oil eaie>t $1.50 and J2.00: week; with good nouncemnt that the negotiation of with 9 rooms. and Culls we Launder speak for
t.I.: I'M! l..w. >t rates anywhere reciprocity treaties would be discouraged themselves. will talk louder {r.
North Barcelona street, 2
$25. story They '
0' board ;;.UO week
>Vi'f: n I, inijToved city realViu. : # ; central location ,, u
'II" \by the administration. dwelling with 12 rooms. All kl.as. we can. We want to be judged
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? Fisher! 204} r\ 2i South Spring street between j
r' X-: '! :. In.tl West Ilomana: and Garden streets. A large amount of money has beenspent modern convenience bath on more Dr the work we do than by tf j

IF1"' '. t.. !'.''rr. w-m'--li-y; in- Transcient solicited. ml9-lm. in negotiating those treaties, upper floors, corner lot, nice what we say. *-. .'
t' .' several of which are now pending. &
t v- yard and shrubbery, stables,
i sin: your propertyof .. .
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of them
all
P d.\1 ":* title, buy i.r There is no doubt that outhouses, etc. ..
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.a<:.... ,:: "..,'. '.."', rent property of FOR rALE-Thir.o desirable will! be abandoned. The interests $10.-Corner Baylen and: Cevantes 4LL Vn.i;. C. 0. D. GaoilsCaliEi s ? for ail DeliTcrei Free. L*

,.d': ', n, have rents col- lots in the city on easy terms, by dealt with in these treaties"are so with 8 14" '
; > u' taxes ntterd: to, the Fisher Heal Estate A,?ncy, dwelling rooms. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. li i
impossible
c" ,' -t'.i'!! ---s '1 lio*. C. Watson 204> South Palafox. ISalin: conflicting: that it is practically: J23.:!: -North Palafox street; a nice one
4t 1!" ., !t'i i its and Insurance'iit :j to get harmonious action on ,'
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A-. !: Fia. Charges FOR SALK C1iI:..\ '.-Roll top desk, them. For instance, the reciprocity hard siory wood modern floors dwelling all modern with WALKED INGRAHAM, Manager. I '
: ,', '1'. -v.-ryone who buys; new. Leslie 1:. Brooks, Fisher Build- ,
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with France was strongly op- ------ -- ---- -- -----
treaty
'. ',rnIl1l. conveniences.
:
ing.
v>- will lend money
-I .' Iiill a 1.01150.. ydtlI : ( )IMISI'.! by California, [became: ; it would $22.50310Vest: : Gregory/ street; :2! '

'< ----- FOR1.1: !:, at a bargain-The three have lot into this country free of story dwelling with rooms. ROYAL STANDARD W'IIISIEYa{ : I?
I
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._ room hol>;e, new, and lot 43; feet of articles which areproduced .
F, \ -- duty, a number $20.-210 North Barcelona street; 2 tT :feSi
'f h!! nf Keys.: Owner front by 146 loot G inches deep, located
!lor calling! at this I I in that state and hence story dwelling with S rooms. 8 Tears Old, ic Cases cf f 4 Full Quarts at S3.20 per can :
at southeast corner Gregoryand :
L
:.-; property' payMTtf- would have resulted in lowering the $13.; -Cll West Garden street; 5 room ri ;:; rv;

,.<'<'. "U" street. Enquire on premises prices of such articles. That was not cottage. if
i 122: : 15 street."tlm HIS WHISKEY I H distilled at the Nelson Co.. '4'1
II tilt/ t. .-..-.-. satisfactory to the California pro $13.-313: North Spring street: 6 room Ky., Dirtillery, and !i"> fully matured in wood it ,
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111\- : : :': ----- ducer. Those who fought the Cuban house with gas water, etc. fcrtfore bottlinp. It is absolutely pure and not excelled j ate

;"" .1.1 : I H) "Ell. F.- (1Innloc. Ito irQlnu Iloiit-e. treaty were the producers of cane $12.50.-417 East Gregory street, G ii quality by any Whiskey of the game age 4t;, t,

u's', : 'I'T in Hair Uooils, and tobacco, and they no matter where produced. The Royal Standard s +s
beet
',' "' 'i t Artiel Hair Oil BOARDING HOUSE at Wneeler and sugar room 2 story dwelling.! iseightyearsold when bottled, and, considering .+ r: !

.-v-_._' \\" llevertnnent err" Pr, (springs, Mary Either, Fla.. Mrs may win their fight yet as already $12.50.-8(16 East Gadsden street, 5 I I ia excellent quality, is tbe cheapest whiskey IDttij 1;, t1r.. t

( LOST. Condon, propri-strer-p' All the pointed out. The task of making room cottage. market at that price. As a beverage, and aa fran f f fL f
comforts of home at very reasoua: difficultnow stimulant there B none Letter
is absolutely ,
in the tariff more pure a
.. changes $11.-fill East Belmont street, :5; room
Liia.I .,. ble rates. Northern tourists will this is Shipped in cases containing no marks whatever to a 1
,ll l'al1v"pd-backt.d than ever \before. That
,!.' ". t '. h ...k find this an ideal place to spend a cottage. indicate content If purchaser, upon examining
hJ': i ,.!-.i,, written l"Hlt"iniug in indelible named portion of the season. 12nlm1112MOV.VL. true will be discovered when congress $ .-700 East: Belmont street, 5 the whiskey, is not satisfied;! with the quality he l.%
b' undertakes to make: reductionsin return the dame at our and
!" i nl. Upward for the re"E.- .. rooms. can expense coney 4
tr': i will be refunded.All 1
---- tariff schedules.For s :
(\r.,..'.III'I ,t, or a F. clement. No.. B. L. DIAMOND, the tailor has> removed the $12.-419 East Int'ndentia street, Broom ; orders should be accompanied by either ', t r r JtasnrvtAnaD

i 1.3 x" ,.i', -j. > t& 11,4! WMI Government cottage. currency, postoffice money order, bank draft or express 'd;
-HI'- --I.-Otl'l.--. .vif-rf street, opposite Express office, liver troubles and constipation 10.-Corner Baylen and Cervantes E n' s money order. We refer to First National. i y 41 ti ;

1.',1 '. .;' ::1 :i. kites: : Gold Watch. where he is prepared: to clean, repair There's nothing better in creation streets, 4 room cottage. $ Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. p/t ) r r4 rF

t'J'' N and press ladies' and ?f>ntle- Than Little Early Risers, the famous jf
'- :; .TTi:9,: Huber\ Doss filledr.iiime $10.-136 East Chase street 5 room
l pn'toilormsdea'1tts. 16j3m
rj'.. v "- E. K. W. on the little pills. cottage. S. A. FRIEDMAN .'
... I ,1I...'t hunt-uu-. Little Early Risers are different .
Ut-watil if returned' $ 9.-910 East Laltua street, 4 room .ft
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x- t II H.US:: Sgt. U. S. M. C., H. ALFMAN, umhrell-i maker, 315 from all other pills. They do not cottage.A .-7 SOL PSOPRIETOR, PESSACOLA, FLA. ) 's ?

_8't* touth Pal ifox street. R.-cover- weaken the system but act as a tonicto large list of smaller dwellings, as
in<* and ofumhrellasarid Pft.. COX 418. l
L' rep-iirine tissues by arousing the secretions TKLKP1IO.NK178handle
the of stores and offices
well! number
>'', i lau: dug, answers to parasols a sptcialty. Silk covers' restoring the liver to the as a I HIS
and
: : .. '."'r. Sear: on left hind alwlyslltI h;>nl. _ jan 3 for rent. +a
full!! performance of its functions: na C. WATSON & CO., tli AMRi"DMAM J" t.2' y '
"" j if returned to res- Dresses made from $1.50 up. Other John THOS. I tQ'I every class! !' of Liqurrs old, In .
HargU' Pharmacy '
\\ Williams, 227: North sewing: as reasonable 26 South turally. ; Leading Real Estate, Rental and bulk or bottle, wholesale! or retail, at prices that )

Spring: between West Romana and Sheppard Sidney Kahn.------ Insurance Agents, 1 South Palafox' .( are way down. i
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EVIDENCE!I Miss Dameron, the gracious mistress FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.
BEST ..
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I of ruined but still beautiful, Oak wood; -

II I Mme. Jean, the simple old creole woman
with her proud integrity and
The besterldence of the Moeptabliity I love of honor, and Cot Beverly Loss- $ ao.oo
&nj brand of all article of common tYae U the :.............. NN.Nt1N.NN.sNIU
quantity sots "GOOD LUCK:"Biking Powder lug the patrician gentleman whom
baa from die Mart,steadily Increased in fa tor fate had dealt with hardly but who ""I \.""
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trim the House-keepers until It new supplies preserved his trust in human nature = -...
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torjelj more than half of the entire amount of s: 's:
throughout while playing minor parts 1/1U GIVEN AWAY !I.
Baking Powder consumed in tile enUre South ..
GOOD LUCK" Is frequent sold In train-load lend interest to a story that thoroughly ..
Iota,the last ot whteh con 1 18d of One Hundred repays the rea::et'B attention. I. I
,D J lillt1nnoIUd car-loads. YES. ABSOLUTELY FREE!

Dr. V. A. McClujg and Lieutenant New Orleans Grocery i
Richmond. Vlrl l&, P. W. Hourigan entertained aboard i We have placed in our store a box which contains

._ the Kearsarge yesterday afternoon
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.................>.<... most elegantly. The flagship band JAMES McHUGH, Prop. TWENTY DOLLARS.
.1 furnished music and delicious refresh i
ments were daintily served This We will give a key to this box FREE with every 52.00 purchase: 2
i SOCIAL ECHOES charming afternoon was given to Miss ROASTED COFFEES with every $4.00 purchase; 3 keys with every $6.00 purchase Onlf kei t I*

I Daisye Hyer and Miss Lillie Taylor TWO KEYS will unlock the box. When keys have all been given out,

tINNN..............N.N Mrs. E. O. Saltmarsh chaperoned the - delighted party who were Miss Cora
BAYOU-TRISTE. Mallory, Ii Mary Chaffin, Miss Leah BLENDED TEASOUR The First Key to Unlock the Box Takes

A Story of Louisiana, by Josephine Chaffin Miss Cary Miss Gilmore and
Hamilton Nicholls. the Misses Th mpsin. $15.00.
Bayou Thiste a story of Louisiana, SPECIALTIES.CO i
.' by Josephine Hamilton N'icholU (A. A delihtful dinner wts given aboard The Second Key to Unlock the Box Takes
S. Barnes & Co., publishers, New the Massachusetts last night by Cap. & I I I : t
York), is a very original and enter tain Harry Lee to :\Irs. Sheftall Miss 111t t $5.00.
coining story wherein the cordial good Armstrong and )Ir. R. B. Roberts. S i o !

feeling txistin? between the planta < I 15 t You Are Entitled to the Contents Without Reserve. IT IS YOURSWe
tion negro and his old master's child Captain Davis! entertained at an ele- /
m t will give due notice the when all
through
ren and jrrand-children is interestinglyand oats: diner last night on the Alabamain 2U papers keys art .ivcnej*
: Come around and look at the RED BOX!
. convincingly p rtra'ecl.i honor {)fIrs. Parker, of Mobile, I C .
The time of the narrative is since who visiting Mrs.V.. \Vright.. z J x .
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:i the war the scone bein? laid at South: Admiral Hig ;inson and Lieutenant
JI erode plantation, en Bayou Trisste:: ,.Evans of the Kearsarge were amonr; I LUU I y :.
:l"llr the cr ole village: of Vieuxtemps. the party. Wisteria was used for decorations .. o prn : MEYER SHOE CO.
an <
yii'ing; master of the broken-.lot home and of his humor: -loein; ...Ister.It lamtiness.Mias O \ M Feet Furnishers for Cash Only.
i ;
is grave and gay b>' turns. the love ; !
C3a
story of both the young iK-tple being Lillie Taylor went to New Orleans = i ro 102 SOUTH PALAFOX S':REETa

interwo\en with the portrayal of the Monday night for a few days, i I I' m"t .
free and joyous life of the plantation. with her friends Mr. and Mrs. Caycein =i t I
Miss nicholls is the daughter c; their private car. ," ;
Chief Justice Xicholls of tnc .uisiana I Z i JAflES HUGHES
Supreme Court and is thoroughly familiar Major G. X. \Vhistl, U. S. A., who ,
with her subject. The negro has Leon in charge of the installation ; f
characters described are evidently ofthe new Wadsworth system of fire I HIGH GRADE GROCERIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL II

arawn from lift there being nothingof control at Fort Pickens is here on one 1II
ti the traditional negro of fiction I'of his regular csitsTRAVELINGhS s<.:. Feed Stuffs of All Kinds. *jt I IL.
; about the group of old family servants I PHONE 105. ml [ M II m [ Wij

f t' that holds the reader's attention from DANGEROUS. .J t

first to last. Constant motion jars the kidneys, NttNN.....+faNN1 >.....>..>.....
. L'nele Ephr'nin the negn coachman which are Kept in place in the body by -
t
t BOILERS AND MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD.
l; ; ann gardener with his( family prid delicate attachments. This is the 1--ROYAL VISIT TO IRELAND. of mind than she has been for yearsXothinK .
I and elastic conscience reason that travelers trainmen streetcar .
; "Mammy. is known regarding the itinerary
801 to 807 South Palafox St.
lit stately and exacting, but lot'ing Withal men teamsters and all who driest King Edward and Queen Alexandria that their majesties! will follow

::},i ; and Pri.scilla, the voluble old negro much suffer from kidney diseasein I I Will Visit Ireland in July. but it is !belieml their trip will be PHONE 123 and 292. POSTOFFICE BO%->ht.
111 1 cook, are types that anyone who some form. Foley's Kidney Cure London, March :31,-It is officially made on, the royal yacht andsp"eralplan -
! has visited Southern the and all announced that Edward and -
a plantation will strengthens kidneys cures King s will be visited. In political
1'iq rwlilv rpco; iz!'. I'dsciUa, indeed, form of kidney and bladder disease. Queen Alexandria will visit Ireland I circles the announcement of the Irish

. Trill her quaint, worldly wlsd m. Gno. E. llausan, locomotive engineer in July or August of this year. The I trip is accepted as an ausury:: that A GREENHUT & CO $
: picM'd up trom !here :and there; ]her I Lime, 0.. \vrites: "Constant vibration announcement of their majesties intended the land bill may be passed without ,
.:'f) :ui!'gesiot>s Ami tmny and I of the ensine caused me a great I' vbit has been received with I any undue friction. '
vane-l exp,'ri nct'S. I is as striking a deal of trouble with my kidneys, and+great satisfaction in Dublin and Belfast .WHOLESALE GROCERS
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:; finurc in her way as Mrs.Viggs; of I got no relief until I used Foley's where it is predicted the visit ,
t'" the Cl\ htcPatch.! Kidney Cure W A. D'Alemborte,I will be a triumphant success, as they I We will launder your spreads for
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'5 cents each and make them lookIke
. Tho other characters in the book1 121 South Palafox street. 'will see Ireland in a happier frame : ijw. Htar Laundry Nos. ((02, 104, 106 East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA.

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