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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 2, 1903
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
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lEBVLEAN" WORK\ DONE-NEW PRINCIPLES USED "BILL ARP," FAMOUS WRITER, OH THE SUBJECT '

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,.1'A., LA., THE LEVEE HAS!,' NEGROES WILL nOT BE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY .1{
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STONED
A MILLION" rlt ; t',
.. ,AY AND THE STATE FOR THE CONFEDERACY WHO ,
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.. ;* FLOODED-OUTLOOK SOME INSIDE FACTS REGARDINGTHE fertile lands' WAS NEVER DISHEARTENED- ,

AND A HALF : .J'L
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,v PROVED. NEW SETTLEMENT OF HI& SPLENDID RECORD.
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,. April; 1.-\\1th a net NEGRO BOY RECKLESSLY HURLED COLA. : 20th ing of century the :' "Bill Arp," the father of Dr. Ralph EXPORT VALUES FOR THE PAST ,{ 1ti! ; '+ j( I
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:.;lis of a foot and en ROCKS AT A CROWDED PASSENGER "There is not : Smith, of Jacksonville, who is one MONTH CAME VERY NEAR ti/',

.. [rum the scene of the CAR YESTERDAY.Joe that great str 'I the South's most famous writers, REACHING THOSE FIGURES. t f
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Hjmelia. river conditions W. J. Cell, a gentleman! who has L. & N. !' the Palatka Times-Herald, thus I.a

.. -ab'.y: improved: yester- East to West
eon in this city for six years, gave the Mallory statue:
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bama, on to .
: only disquieting news of Lloyd, a negro boy was before Records from the United States i l
The Sews ; facts This : "My Dear Sir-It pleases me to
some interesting concerning territory r
break at
withe reported the city court this morning for as custom house compiled and issued last j 1'evening '
'11 the importance of this the new settlement of Gates. the state ,of that the good people of Florida
saulting Felix Freeman, a colored t l :
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wood, near Pensacola. Mr. Bell was tract no negro shows that the values for ,
a? minimized to some extent brakeman on the dummy train, witha to place a statue of Stephen
ound in his office in the Thiesen ing us is the the thirty-one days of March figuredup i r
i I.l'S that the damage result rock. Lloyd is a very frequentis- Mallory in Statuary hall at Wash I

"i ""d I be largely confined to the Itor to the mayor's court and this time Luildin He is a man of college !I So th.' What !,;ton. We veterans have great ad nearly one million and a half dol. s !-t If a ; : ,

i.irrn located there. The eleven he was put on the streets for sixty raining and a close student of sociological :: the colony? I \ for the noble record of thai tars r : s 'L, dTwentynine t

it levees protecting Angola days.A questions. He has studied highest in -statesman, jurist, United fed
labor questions at home and abroad, I the air is mild fore.gn'essels enter. 1'
i ".-I t approximately 100000. crowd of negro boys hang around senator, chairman of the com during the month and fifty-seven i' ,
but is not a social reformer. On the more pleasant i'; ,ytt ,
has been in raval affairs and later }
struggle ,
t prate( : ho vicinity of Barcelona and Main oa on, vessels cleared. Altogether there
:1 i .-, there fur the past week to streets continually and make a prac- contrary, he is the pioneer agent ofl The soil for (' :: of the navy in the Confed + r'pf .
were fifty entrances recorded, but 4: a q
i'ic! embankment, but water has: t ire of jumping on passing trains and large corporate interests that has no ; cane, rice, cabinet-he filled every office twent '-one entered from domestic 1
through it and shares of stock nor bonds for sale- fruits of the and to which he "
-{u-ailily creeping terrifying; both passenger: and trainnten faithfully was llOrt s. '
a corporation that is not acting along 1 cal zones is J '
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had so critical He 1
mdmons appointed. never
grown or
with their The
daring. railwaymen
The principal item sent out was r ; ; ,
end of the week that President have tried every way conceivableto lines suggested by sentimental, religious I experimntal office, but office sought him. timber, and about twenty-five milljon i
of the Hoard of Control had or political propositions: he Prof. I. :;. life continued An
was a success.
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them but to no a\ail. Some
Mop feet were sbipp 'l The most of this #t t S
...d\ the removal of the stock and hate been caught, tarried down into reIre.ents a business enterprise that : of the United (r under Jackson when only 19 was sent to European ports. +4 y a 'j i

ilk of the convicts into the the woods for several miles and deposited will probably come in for a largo, Agriculture! is ('ars oil, volunteer in the Indian Respl'cth'e3luatl..lns of shipments -7 t ti 1

Hills as a matter of precaution share of comment that time alone. experiments on in Florida, United States senator
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at but this did
lonely places
to foreign countries were as follows: j f ii
taken to protect the camps no good. Yesterday afternoon Freeman will show \hewer or not he is In our district. 1S31; to 1MJ1, appointed by Bu England. . .. . . $ 383,532; .1- {, -
,' Itlon b of the best in mole to ndiire. In short he is placing : on the '
: one caught one and held him with the', as minister 5o Spain, which he Italy. . . . . . :::>3.160 t

:gaud the cotton grown upon intention of bringing him to the city I within a short distance of Pensa present being France. . . . . ::!"3S05 i!" t ,
of I cola a colony where a negro will note Stocknrkfcc, I a
large source revenue .
'I i a and delivering him to the police. Free Never Discouraged."As Scotland. . . .. . . 51,435 # t r
located nearly opposite > allowed to enter, not even as a nected with the
; man's prisoner happened to be: a chum bocretaiy of the Confcleratj Argentine He-public. .. . 48,857 7 t
: ,,1,i Red River and the wa of Llo 'd's and caused the latter tore ervant. This may seem justly partmVnts of '\y he found himself without a ship
) Netherlands .. .. . 41.0.S t
its back strange, but it is a fact nevertheless. and Florida,
.. I' 'ly find way
: =!iol\e on revenge. He gathered an boas or ordnance-not a furnace Mexico. . . . . :G 2"6 '4 f
,' .' increasing the Mr. Cell)) was asked to Fay something bilities of
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armful of stones and when he got a a warship. The timber \\\?s ir. Germany. . .. .. . 22,520:! I: t

1 of Baton Rouge. chance, threw at freeman and hurt for The News concerning this remarkable farming and forest and the iron in the mires; Spain. . . .. . . 12,590 1 .
,tend the work: at; place. He saidVliy : aim to give the I 4 j
1. : the brakeman's: !igery badly. Freeman a rolling mill that couM make Uraguay . .. . . . 9,718 I k ":,
"16 day and the an "\ sir, it is a reasonable to this country man-of-war. But he
I IaII! i .t .fl : thought; the brake had struck plates for a Gibraltar . . . . 9,20(7C.600( ;#t '
board for proposition yet tome people are disposed sources. We '
of the
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i. not disheartened ,
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him but when he t-e standing !
saw boy British West Africa .. . ,
been to criticise it as a war on a criticism! for
iid has
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I.' : money ready to hit him again he saw the out of nothing as it seemed, he French Africa. .. . . 2.40G() 1"

t II ,. : I 1..':. quantities| of mate break had nothing to do with it. When race of people. The moving, domi- wins without and nnnued a Confederate Brazil . . . .. . 2,300 { jE J t
nating impulse Is best put in a remarkable tion, often ; i
r'arJ yesterday. By '
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1..1,1 i the train reached the city the matter ) British West Indies. . 1.527 k
.. "1 'rn'uIte at the end and now historic statement for. The iron #
upper him '
all
: "Yes, by means give a place
alas reported and soon after a war British South Africa. . 344 k'
., reached the I hy Abraham Lincoln, in which he the completion! ''f
.I.I..haJ!
: :L rant was served! on the incorrigible ') the: noblest of our great men, Honduras[ .. . . . 294 '

.' i :i :i".. !':.mure and extended pickaninny. The mayor will treat all\ said: 'I am not now, nor ever have these lar.ds. and or he was one of them, and easily I Ireland. . . . . 263 e ,I

.' .1 "," :- eId I!! i t tut t on the lower end. conurted of such acts iu a similar K-en, in favor of bringing about in where we do rr.G.f'I peer of any. He died f-arly-

'J ,' I i. .' mil come when it is any way the social and political financial or when only fo of a,e-but his
way. years Total. . . . . $1,407,800'
: "I i': the ends and begirIlea. equality of the white and black business life was long rhea measured by *'J :

There is a physical difference one's business
I 'I i 1 .1 hopeful feeli races. \ he accomplished. Jefferson

; i Inscene and the THE HARBOR between the white and the black race. :Most (' DaVIs knew his worth and his eminent OLD OFFENDERS ,i.4 ,

.1 i i...-uc:>: the break is fair races which will forever forbid the fere with no : fitness for the high position to a

"i inundated: land is races living together on terms of social politics. whit-h he appointed him will in t''ree

;' t-I\i2. and the situa-- MAY SUIT and political {'qualit}.' for different lays after: he was inaugurated presilent. AGAIN IN JAIL : .l,

I !I. ';','rate on? for the "You free the 'dream,1 as you call there will be : ,, : tea

; .: iand truck farmers it -- it, of 'A White Man's Empire' is parks and : "Our legislatures i l now are composed t.it r' to i *+M h.

I-' I '!1' < Iulw.r' not altogether Utopian chimerical or question asked : : mainly of men too young to know ? ,*,? v: ( :
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..iiu' reading of the river SUCH DOUBTFUL OPINION GIVEN unreasonable. I ani not saying that seeking in all the worth of the noble men who fig DISREPUTABLE WHITE MEN AND l < + 4 l ;

.' ,.' ".''!..inof a tenth from BY SECRETARY MOODY RE. Abraham Lincoln had any such idea, try. of the (, tired in the dark days of the Confederacy !- WOMEN HOLD PERIODICAL T '
the colonization of the white mann Ireland and ; j'J 1'j
) ,i. 'I'h:i. nas a further fall as but they can learn and take

::1', '."', iii!,.ring the day. CARDING SAN JUAN BA'j. the white man's own land as a no anarchists counsel of the veterans\ who have not FIGHT AND GENERAL DISORDER p Iffl '

Way Close the Crevasse. solution of what m his prophetic mind among them. forgotten and will not lorget. Let itr '

TsI: v\"r-\': 11 closing the Hymeliai he saw was going to be the greatest where every them know that Florida had no .c t. 1' 4

San Juan, P. R.. April I.-The Unit problem of the union. The Southland property, but a
Both
i: : -- 1 1- fair to succeed. nobler son than Stephen R. Mallory, The Eldridge and Hester families,

II.':' .it 11. .;.... f...'t of crevasse are ed States dispatch boat Dolphin, which Company, of which I happen tobe out one drop of a native of Trinidad, but Florida'sadopted residing on East Garden street, were

i I. 'I,:: I I., 1.; 1! an.' a wing of cnbwork.11 arrived 'esterdayfternoon from St. the head, is not animated by any propose to son when only 7 years old. in the city court this morning on halfa i is y

::.', -at..ds now reaches from the Thomas visited Culebra island beforecoming hatred or prejudice, nor intoleranceof where the Let not the appropriation be stinted, dozen or more charges and the city f, .

t'nk' a )Lankto a thicket of willows to San Juan. race, religious creed or politics; It is about but make it enough for his statueto revenue from this trouble was exactly

On arriving here the Italian war it is proposing to work out southern the white man
a front ihf thicket itself acts asa emulate the best: in the galaxy of 150;; Bruised heads, faces and bloody 't y
Giovanni Bausan and the United and the race problem for under ka
ship immigration
I brt-aUaiir; and the plan to build bright, particular stars. clothing were visible on nearly all of ., < '
States school ship Alliance saluted the along original and what I consider all large cities 'itrt.r
Tubing sun fift long through the 'I write this as a Georgian: and a them, and a white man named William r
THO!! .., Dolphin. Governor Hunt went on board the only ratioanl Hues. Very tence is a (' i*" i'
Suii I. faster: : to accomplish Confederate patriot, whose admiration McKay, who was lately released from
I than the dispatch boat and explained to properly I think is chosen the South president ? 14 j jto
t the construction of. the 800 feet for a noble man is not limitedby the penitentiary, had the misfortune '
Ja the the Secretary Moody that the dredging of for the stage upon which will be enacted alarm in the
raging current against state lines.
mix up with the women and received 'Y 14
San Juan harbor, which has a soft most interestingly the play, birth rate "
trr. in the- SMITH. ,1
; :iuinks All accepted "CHAS. II. bad injuries about the head and 3 ) t,'
l.".. '"f have been mud and coral bottom, does not present which has for its theme the central "Here in
riosin crevasses face. Ills left e'e111 probably be
engineering difficulties. Mr. that this has always and always man will have t m\\ y
idea (
1b.1: n a ;lltin the work done, but any SHAMROCK SAILS ON FIRST lost from the effects of a blow by Emma ? <
and members of his party will be white mans country. The Ws have the
j it Moody must a
:' lo'iium''! : fast. if the crevasse is TRIAL IN PROMISING FORM Eldridge and Beasii Johnson who }\ I
'"', v. a i it will In the largest in the call on the governor today, and tomorrow white man's heritage justly held and mills, for fruit struck him with a botle. Bessie Johnson's w\rJ 41V
there will be reception at the white man and by for factories. (
ti a controlled by *a n
been
ry of the river that has Glasgow, April Shamrock III face was black and blue, bavlbel.'n J
I caaquertd. The drawback yesterday the naval station. virtue of all rights. varied and Shamrock I went on a sail yes discolored by McKay's fist. Her ; i' t :', e rlra
when interviewed regarding will not come Southto South. The 'it
labor
11'15 'the Mr. Moody 'White from the effects
Planters
shortage! of labor terday. A i.ght wind was blowing clothes were bloody ;
cI the chances of San Juan be- work side by side with the black this country; .I '. at
pair f! of checking; the break and The challenger led the ShamrockII of a blow on the head by Lizzie Johnson

r7 Wi thu- lands to work on their ing selected as a site for a coaling man. No political power can change be developed. the new boat going through the who said she was McKay's sister.'f' &;

lack In "., s. The new hope will station, said: this position; so both capital and its ed to go North; water in beautiful form, scarcely The trouble occurred yesterday eve i.r ;
at present to labor and indusrty, sullenly white man t
not prepared handmaidens,
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_ than, alair.rapidly: and an armyill am I raising a ripple. ning at 6 o'clock. McKay said he Bad *.
*illI\,- put 10 work today, Governor answer that question. It depends on remain away. Yet great is the can raise up The challenger created a good impression I tried to get his belongings from the

Heard: 1 adiling\ :nit convicts and therjrtera what land is available" southern field of opportunity almost lies. He can when the breeze freshenedand Eldridge woman's house and she did i k ?

:: : Pacific sending a hundred When informed that the Legislaturewas wholly undeveloped. The Southland "What are ) appeared remarkably quick In not want him to do so. That started : tt ,f: ; r t

bridge lmi.Urs.! disposed to grant any necessary Company may have a bitter fight of proposition?" stays, due to the shortness of her the fight, which terrorized the neiih-!{ t t
lands free of cost Mr. Moody remarked fanaticism to battle with, but it will "Come out fi ,
The river at New Orleans at mid I fin keel. The two yachts kept wide borhood. At last Mounted Officer Butler ,

-ht!! shows a slight fall and all therest : win victory.. behold men apart, but tne new racer was by far rode up and ascertained what the 4 a
"If it can easily be dregged, thereis "To wage this struggle we have large nursery, : '
of the Louisiana line is stil hold fleeter. trouble was. He arrested five and .. ,
in:. a possibility that the harbor may entered the country of the enemy so in fruit; sent them to the station after a great

On? of the peculiarities of the Hy1 do." to speak, by purchasing! a great will find an deal of trouble. In the patrol wagon ,

>.U cre\a.=e is that the volume of stretch of land in Baldwin county educators with With our own railway line Louisville makinga Officer Fondebilra prevented McKay ; ',

Water is not so great as figures would The Saving of a Few cents on a bottleof Alabama: where it has been the un $100,000 short route for the great be- from using a knife on one of the wo

show. The backwater has fallen and Vanilla Extract will not atone for written law since the memory of man southland and Nashville railroad system Mobile men. They were all fined $10 each. i 'f3fi'i
the two great gulf cities
thi' Texas anti Pacific expects to raise! the annoyance of bavin dessert that the negro was persona non You will see tween t.' *Z-i; t
and owning an
ani I artr3rks: so that in two days i that is "just a little off" in flavor grata. It is written and will be ad Gateswood and Pensacola, MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES STH
Southland *.
trine: till be resumed. Always buy RurntWa. hered to that no negro can hold a graded by empire, as it were, the needed to FROM $ .50 TO 2.50. SIXTY 1? fri -1,

residence in the town of Galeswood, neers of ; Company has everything DAYS FREE TRIAL' ON OUR LAML.'

Try The News, 10 cents per week,, Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat Biscuits 'The Beautiful as it has been called fine passenger make conditions Ideal for 'The WhiteMan's NATED FELT MATTRESSES. TRY'h;;
and Force with Cream at So "' '
the Empire. MARSTON & QUINA. -
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Castoria i* a harmless substitute for Castor Oil. Parr.
1 Boric, Drop anl Soothing Syrups. It is flea.t it
contains neither Oriuin, :Morphine nor other -Xart'otie,
f't substance it dr trojs AVorms and allays rt-\'t\ri
'" ''s'f The body of a white carpenter "inu.s 0
It cures Diarrlura a-ul Wind Colic* It rvliv\t 'ft't.th'lo
named Johnson was found floating
IQS Troubles and cures Constipation ft snl.iti-N"
among the timber in the boom be Stomach and liowels, Riving; ; healthy and natural *lwn t1o
tween Commandancia and Central The Children' Pauacea-Tke Mother's Friend. p'
One of the essentials of the happy homes of to-day is a fund of wharves this morning. Workmen in

( information as to right living and the best methods of promoting the timber who discovered the floater The Kind You Have Always Bough
health and happiness. With proper knowledge, each hour of
promptly reported the matter to Coroner
Bears
recreation, of enjoyment and of effort may be made to contributeto the Signature of
that end and are of not less value than the using of the most .. Wolfe who ordered a jury em

wholesome foods and the selecting of the best medicinal agents ,,, paneled and at 9 o'clock started! out ..1
when needed. With the well-informed, medicinal agents are used to look at the ghastly object.

only when nature needs assistance and while the importance of The body was found at the place
"' cleansing the system effectually, when bilious or constipated, has above mentioned. Those who discovered .
long: been known, yet until within recent years it was necessary s y it attached small
Y to resort to oils, salts, extracts of roots,">arks and other cathartics ( a rope under In Use For Over 30 Years
which were found to be objectionable and to call for constantly the arms and when the coroner
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increased quantities. t and jury arrived nothing could be
Then physicians having learned that the most excellent laxative '- / i ( seen of Johnson" but the top of his

and carminative principles were to be found in certain plants, ,, head. It was readily seen however

principally in the leaves, the California Fig Syrup Co. discovereda / that the body was that of a white ;:; t! W. B. WRIGHT>> GOIDPA>>
method of obtaining such principles in their purest condition and I { VI
man. although from having been in '
of presenting them with pl3asant and refreshing liquids in the form \ I rPH: r
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the water for a long time the flesh \ ,
MANUFACTURERS
most acceptable to the system and the remedy became known as- II ,\ AND DEALERSrrf IJ
Syrap of n because of their ajreoalls taste. 't The body was left undisturbed un- ''''TL.LUMBER LATHS

This excellent remedy now rapidly coming into universal use as the '' til Jude; Wolfe ordered that Undertaker ,

i best of family laxatives,because it is simple and wholesome and cleanses i 1 : fox who had arrived on the l "
lF j \ 4 SAWED CYPRE; S SHINGLES..iliHr(1:
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and sweetens the system effectually without disturbing the natural 4+ ; sc ne, pull it ashore for identifica =
functions end without after effects and its be
unpleasant use may discontinued ='
tion. When this was completed! the -. PE ACOJ.A. FLA
when it is no longer required. f
jury returned to Judge 11'ulfe'sofficeand
All who would enjoy good health and its blessings should rememberthat -------- -
it is the one remedy which physicians and parents well-informed 0 deliberated upon veiuict.. Xoth-
approve and recommend and use and which they and their little ones ? / ins of a criminal nature was adducedand COAL ''' OW rf K (QD.WE

alike JYbeneffrSal' because: of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its a verdict was rendered accord .

eff.cts. ingly.; EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA RGIR TIUEK
f' Syrup of Figs is for axle by all reliable druggists,at the regular price Johnson's body was turned over to
of fifty cents per bottle, in original packages only, having the name of Undertaker Pou for interment. He THIS WINTER THAN EVE" fEFe RESEND
the remedy-Syrup of Figs-and the full name of the Company- ,
has relatives here and hate been
California Fig Syrup Co.-printed on the front of every package. they US YOUR ORDERS NCW
notified.

Deceased was a heavy drinker. Thompson, Olsen & C2.
\\'hen under the influence! of liquor ,

a <9>llOOA 1fHG SIJR\\lJp and his money was all gone he would Manresa1'-Street- Telcihcne, .. 1':7.
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pawn his clothes to Ret; a drink. The =

o last time he was seen alive was on ESTABLISHED 1861.

Saturday night; when he endeavoredto \Iw -
ifI San FrancUco C.l.
Loaia.ill.li7. Nw York, N. Y. sell ]his coat for ten cents. He was McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

drunk at that time and it is supposed ,
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HEPATIC NO L'RA BAD taken TASTE.in a little I I GOOD FOR CHILDREN.The CURRENT COMMENT. to the water and was 6roa ned. This Ship Chandlery l and General> l flarta

i 'r water is almost tasteless. Children pleasant to take and harmless would place him m the water for four ,
,' One Minute Cough; Cure gives immediate The Cincinnati Enquirer (IDem.) days. All the time it is supposed he COS AND!
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can take it as easily as adults. There 8. PALAFOX BTItEL"1'dGFEN .
'. relief in all cases of Cough sajs: "I! Col. Watterson persists he had been on the bottom until the jar
la absolutely bitter -
nothing about the
Croup and LaGrippe because it does be able to stir i itired" from the
may the "Four Hun iI guns on the battleships
I REVERE
; taste nor that sickening sweetness. I I COPPER COMPANY, JOHN ROEBLINO'S teOV CO,@!
; r' It positively does not gripe or irritate'! not pass immediately into the stomach of New York up to resentment. : caused:; the body to rise to the sur GALVANIZED WIRE HOPE, A. BUSHEL SON'S UXfS.: .
but takes effect right at the That intiuation of admixture of the face. The undertaker thought that
a delicate stomach and its laxative I! seat of the trouble. It draws out laces wasTho' wo.'mwood.;' the body had been in the water for Sum Eirisee} fiti!*, Bill, Statics! (Bsfrsnis!;, Chris, tain, th'nCOMPA
effect is and natural. All these .
easy -!SR9. IXXJS. .
the inflammation heals and soothes the time mentioned. FTU
I' i good qualities combined in a medicine' and, cures permanently by enabling F'hldelphii Record (Dem.) Soon after the body was found MsKenzie: [ OertJn:; Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Aelation. *:
is sure to please. That is why it has says: "It is only a few foolish and I .
' the lungs to contribute pure life-giv; I scores: of people gathered on the spot
{r 't r to many friends. Sold by all drug fanatical enemies of President!
1 in? and life-sustaining oxygen to the and watched every detail. They wereto
gists. Cle\elandho sngs I blood and tissues. SECTION
I -- Hargis' Pharmacy bent on gazing on the emaciated remains
<" I of hU nomination ior a third terra in
.4 John Sheppard. Sidney Kahn that the work of the jury and
Ri to=GOLLY=o- spite of his absoKite rejection of .the o- OFoPensacolat
I the coroner was greatly; interfered
t proiK/bition. Geoiie Washington; warnot

Grist and Corn Meal Mills J CARPENTRY AND without the same class of enemies with.those It was spectators amazing to were note to how see anxious the :Florida,

f ttho suspected! him of entertainIng -
R. P. GOJIZfiLEZ 4 CO., Props, ELECTRICAL WORK designs of kingly rule." body.' Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
Mftau'aotcreriCHOICK The jury was composed of J. J. Ram

I !tiAL.\>!,ut'cltFct'.c.vtt The Menu,his Con.mtrcial-.lpneal I say, J..1. H}ers, Chas. Darlington; R.
'1k, STOCK FFKO Rina: np Pearl Dolive. phone KM (Oem,) sijs: "Mr. llryir iss entitled : 1'\ Fleming John Baker and L. Tai Beautiful Lots for Sale.
if von have any carpenter or electri to his oll mon? as I is any other private: i
Pttronlie Home Industry, for there li cal work you want well done. jiiola. 40x137% feet at from $76 to $200 each according
very u8o.oo yon should bay your Meal ant Dt-nnicrat. but the lea>lership of th?: ,
Block feed Irom the Home Manattotarertor I
j by *o doing joa encourage borne Influx party n.'ist go to othe hands. Ho Many Actors and Singers use Piso's to location and surroundings.
try. Your money U Inftia the 011 f.3TA7T: '1.:.1L.s"va -- -
oommuuitjad has made a lronlll11cl'd failure of Cure to strengthen the voice and
( rOil In tarn are Indirectly benefited the Ihs Ka d I U ka i9 \3VStg..ture it'l prevent Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View
Infottterlng the home manufacturer jot : and it would be suicidal to make: : hoarseness. ,
eostrlbotetotheaamnot labor. ton ow. '
3s 'fI/J Fertile Lands.
'
High Dry
chairman --- -
of the National DemocraticComnittee. ,
. It to community In whleh yon live act k. U
.
whisk oontrlbotpitOTour iQdport.a The Uent,traiic party is
I -- no !lender the tale to his kite" The Beer The grandest opportunity for investment ever

I offered in Pensacola.
BHRGJ\INS@fif-: Walter H. I'age, editor of World'sWork
That Made]
r.iado a hit the other day in a :( Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.
i spci on at Mot.nt ( lair X. J. Ha slid:

-FOU- -- "The misfortune coming, tl e of immeasurable the negro was misfortune theI ANNRn,t I tB UM 4 U A.TIJClubbs

t of the white man. The faul
SATURDAY MARCH 21! TO MARCH 27 1903. I

u ,_ was not the white man's. Yet not I -ISVICTORIA- Corner Garden and Bru Streets.
the less was the misfortune far,reaching .

r. Remember, these goods at the prices quoted ;, irreparable; Had! it not been f.ir I P,c. BRENT WM. H KXOWLKS, W. K. HYEB. JR., J. H, KLKHE.President. .

that the South, tl'at vas>t region reafhins I Vtce-Freslfldnt. C&ihler. Au't l'lIb:1f:
t below have to be seen to be appreciated. f'Ocl'irgima., through Texas, ,
1 MADE BY ACME BREWING CO
ri would not only have progressed tlu
--- as
' ',. I West has irogrtsse'l, but i' would BUST 10-CHNT HOTHif Ci,Kit First National Bank
40
//I! Ladle Full Bleached Vests, the In all Wool, Extra fine Twill

10c. grade ........ .. .. ....... 5c Serge, 75c value at. .. 0.... 49c yd have blooned with all the flowers of IN TOWN.JDANNHEISSER.
Lad lea' Full Bleache Vests the 100 Ladies Grey Walking Skirts, the highpst civilization.! The cemins:; : BEOS

15c. grade, at..8 1-3c good value at $1.50 our price 93c of the negro arrested the progress of j I aT PEN3ACOLA..

Ladle Short Waist Corsets 50 Ladies' All Wool Grey Walking the white man if was the only irrena-; i!j AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATEI'I

White, only....... ....... ... 24c Skirts Latest style at._. .. 24c table mistake of Olr! forefathers. Th>3 I I Dxzi.zs or?o:ft M i
4 { 200 yards Embroideries Edges 50 Ladies' All Wool Etamine Walking negro plonc has been the bem-ficia- !i I it Y, C rGFr WbiEkry. WM H. KNOVVLS3 W. A. RLDUI fT. F. C. BREN1. .V, K HY"x

r' and Insertions. Big value yard 5c Skirts colors grey and tan, ry ot his cr.mia; to :.So In n.> countryin i I D, O. BRENT,

Men's, Ladies' and Children's priced at. .. 0. . 0 $4.49 the worM: is his condition so p-iol
,, fait black and tan hose, worth Ladies White Lawn Shirt Waists, or his prospect so bnM a? here in ourcountiy" I :Main HOU?P-401 H. Palpfox street i ii W p s; B.Eita W. d &I
R.P. Kxchanire- Uiiion 9 m D l 1 : i.t.rWe /
15c, cut to, pair......... .. 8 1-3c embroidered front. Latest out Speaking nt the pieser.f' !I Opp. Drfot

,!0 doz Gent's Night Shirts Big I at..... ..... .. .. 49c, 74c and 99c condition ol the negro, Jr.! I'age said I P. O. Box 2?1. Peu*ucnls. FI&PhoiiRS .

value at.................... 49c 10 doz Boy's Laundried Colored half the negro population of the : lift 2f.R at aw oar own Bills ol kxchaajre; on Great Bra,,!-}, Irv!tits

10 doZe Ladies'TabCollars.the 10c Shirts at .. .. 0. .. .. .... .. 25C oath today would not te permitted Germany, Franca, Anetria, Italy, Hollaed, Bp&iii Bejflcm jnBbaway "I

kind, at...... ..... ......... 5c 10 doz Gent's Pat. Elastic Seam I|I to enter the conntij under the immigration BUY THE Sweden: Denmark and other European conrtrips.Difbnri'ecl .

10 doz Ladies'Aplique Tab Collars. I Drawers at... .... ..... ...... 39c ,I laws. ,
25c goods, at... ... ..... .... 10c I 50 doz Gent's Lace Stripe' Baibrig-! .. 1ta'Vzaesis npon ito Most Favortble Tanna, std 11:8:1ObU' :
I ;atlona Taken Payfible at Port of )cgtiraklcn Ten or Flfi" Paf
Cent's and Ladies' Hemstitched san Shirts and Drawyers. Big .1. Robbsd the Grave. N E titEr Vessel Arrives there.

; ; Handkerchiefs at... ..... 8 1.3c value at 75c suit, our price 49c A, startling incidfnt is narrated by '
I I't 22x54 inch Extra Heavy Cotton Gent's Extra Heavy Blue Overalls John Oliver of Philadelphia a? follows '!!: 8afsty.Ae 'lit B02rP8 for Rent In alnDf.r.tlc

Towels, at................ 8 1.3c and Jumpers with or without : 'I was in an av-fu condition. SEWING I MACHINE -a'ithchiea; tre ha.'?'e a Prima oartment for tbaB11

IP. ladles' Girdle Summer Corsets, Aprons at.. .... ... ... .. .9Sc suit I'I I.\f" ,' c1in n... \n.\.,,." ,.,.'m....,",>,t. .J."l1n"U",,'. "m')"" '''Hll\,, ,_. I II. jfHentnri.DR. .

at ........ .................. 49cSee 401 none Better Extra Heavy Blue en, toiRve coated, rain continually! in Do not IKS deceived by thfwevho adI --

our' line of White Mercerized Overalls and Jumpers, union bacK and sites, no appetite, grow in?;|I I vertL-e a 60.00 Hew lUg Mar-hine fur KINO'STRY PROFESSIONAL? OASD3.

Walsting nothing newer out at made warranted fast colors weaker day by day. Three physi-l j {20.00. Thiskindofamachinecan NEW -- -
Le Ixmeht DISCOVERYFOR
....................15 and 25c yd and not to rip at.. .... ..$1.93 suit cians had given me up. Then I was !I dealers fnuu10.0'Jto from us or any 13.00.of our W. C. ROWE, M.i D.

10 pcs Mercerized Madras Ginghams I Ladies.4 Strap patent Colt's Skin advised to use Electric Bitters; to!!'! WE MAKE A VA Rim. THAT COLD.

at.......... ....19c. the yd Sandals the latest creation and my great joy the first bottle made a THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Office: 17* 8. I' Urn(.
,100 pieces figured Lawns and Dimities the same $2.25. Our Hoari from 8 to ttI a. m. and I to IP- aand
you pay decided improvement. I I Cures
continued I I, The Feed determines the ConsumptionjCouglis
new patterns at..5c the yd price ... ...... ...... .... ... $1.49 their use for three weeks" and am,i I weakness of )v'win ? Machines.strength TLe or Colds Bronchitis Asthma, IterT o'clock

0 pieces Madras Ginghams, newstripes I I Ladies' Oxfords, Sandals and Colonials now' a well man. I know they robbed'I'i I Double Fwd q>>inbined v ith other Phono: GO.

and checks at........ 9c', in all the latest shapes, the of anther victim"o strong !sluts makes the Xow ][(osue I PneumoniaHay Pe\"er,Pleu. -
race
40 In all Wool Cheviot Serge, 75c 1 I I plain and patent tips at one should; fail to try them. Only 50 the test Fr+ting JIacLiue to buy. risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness
JOHN S. BEARD
t grade at................. 49c yd I:I.I ... .75:: 99c $1.25 and $1.50 theF. pair I cents, guaranteed at W. A. D'Alem-i;, W n.1 tz\ f fci:r CIRCULARt' eh"f.rrnt*'10*errlrt th' d'rFrrria of- Sore Throat, Croup and ,

i f T berte's 121 S. Palafox: street.: we manufacture and 4rias U-fora/purchium 3t""lIln"" Whoopi? Cough. ATTORNEYATLAT.Offices .


Y llnllb\r! 1>hI: PCI] F. E. BRAWNER [? 11tri2'OFiGi1'1.tan THE HEM HOME' SEWIRTjIAMIRB; CO. I Drip NO&0,..CURE.rt a 1. TRIM KOPAY.P/VTTLESFREE Office Houra-309-Thiesen 8:30 a. m.Kolldic to 1 P. o

t!:. t"fo K r 91'M kola 1.t.M: r' "t' ORANGE MAS!. j .
r 25 Union t+a.\.Y.,l'urao,1.L.ttlanh( ,Ga., Cleaning io5 S. Palafos St. I l.ti. 0, Ill&d.u" hL L:>ulsl1o..Da-.a_+.Tfi..SSaa Tranclsoo Cat: }I '* one of c-.r specialties. Star Lann- Praetlee In all lUte and federal fcrtl
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THE DAILY NEWS PENBACOLA
FLQRipA. THURSDAY.. APRIL 2, 1003.
== ------ .
t : !

pionship battle to Harry Corbett, ofr*,. tf t:

IS STILL San Francisco last night. ftll

I The bids for the contest according
tltl
to the articles of agreement, are to boopenc1 t1:&

YOUR ARETHEY THE GHA ''PION by Harry Corbett in San Francisco z .,

KIDNEYS and by Tom ie O'Kourke in f4! 1

-- X "W York today. 1'f :"

WELL P : YOUNG CCR3ITT WHIPS TERRY Carroll's backer is John R. Scott 1J'14' ||

i I vice-president of the Georgia Portland 1{
: ;
O\'ERN.-THE FICHT WAS Cement Company, who is backed ]' Mjt

Unless they are, good health is impossible. FAST. BOTH THE PUGILISTS IN j'I by the Lowery National Bank of Atlanta up I I j I .j. *:

I Gi. In a letter from Scott last ,4" *?*

Every drop of blood in the body passes through and is filtered by healthy kidneys every three minutes Sound SPLENDID PHYSICAL CONDITION I night. Carroll was told to bid $30,000 tf

kidneys strain out the impurities from the blood, diseased kidneys do not, hence you are sick. FOLEY'S KIDNEY for the fight to take place at Havana :: Iit

CURE makes the kidneys well so they will eliminate the poisons from the blood. It removes the cause of the early in December. If the time is too :"IJ: 8

pany diseases resulting from disordered kidneys which have allowed your whole system to become poisoned. Mechanics Paullion San Francisco, far off to suit the fighter, :. then Car t ('

Rheumatism, Bad Blood, Gout, Gravel, Dropsy, Inflammation of the Bladder, Diabetes and Bright's Disease :March: 31.-William Rolhwell better roll Is advised to offer $:!;).OUt\ for the ffl : t(.

and many others, are all due to disordered Kidneys. A simple test for Kidney disease is to set aside your urine, Known as "Young Corbetf Denver, fight to take place in Atlanta in June, 1: J \

in a bottle or glass for twenty-four hours. If there is a sediment or a cloudy appearance, it indicates that your showed decisively tonight thai his and this "Faddy" did last night.Topsc il t R",:

kidneys are diseased, and unless something is done they become more and more affected until Bright's Diseaseor \
Diabetes develops. victory over Terry McCo\ern of Brooklyn Iff :


FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE is the only preparation which will positively cure all forms of Kidney and Tbirf at! &Hartford\'ing was a PC- year fluke by ago defeating last 1"1' }.

Bladder troubles, and cure you permanently. It is asafe remedy and certain in results.If ) "
McGovtrn in the eleventh'round ,': fei ::

You are a sufferer, take FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE at once. It will make you well. after a fight in which there was: not i'vif: :

a second of idleness for either man. I ,t

Some Pronounced Incurable! Had Lumbago and Kidney Trouble In nearly every round CorMt fonshl! i Iti ', I

Mr. G. A. Stillson, a merchant of Tampico, ilL, writes: "FOLEY'S Edward Huss, a well.known business man of Salisbury.Mo., writes: like a machine never oterloolnn; an'opportunity t.! : :

KIDNEY CURE is meeting with wonderful success. It has cured "I wish to say for the benefit of others, that I was a sufferer from to send homo his blows j '"

some cases here that physicians pronounced incurable. I myself am lumbago and kidney trouble, and all the remedies I took gave me no had a shade the better ol the argument''! SCHEDULE AND PASSENGER m'1 :3 s

ti:x to testify to its merits. My face today is a living picture of health relief. I began to take FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE, and after the use of and when finaily. in the eleventh I 1 :

a::J tOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE has made it such." three bottles I am cured." round lie got the Brooklyn boy fairlygoittg. ;, RATES FOR ST. ANDREWSLIKE. iJ .

I Two Sizes; 50 Gents and $1.00. : he rever let up on him until II i t I :I ,

. T<>rry sank to tKe lloor, ikfeatfd '
a badly lit
!I
: .. .. ;. .. SOLD AND RECOHSENDED BY man. Corbctt put McGv rn down I ;:\

,-... in the first round for a count of seven. The Pen;aCI)1a, fi'. Andrews and it- j J :

W. A. D'ALEMRKUTE, 121 :;. Pahfox ;rft. and repeated it in tl e second. There Gulf -am-lip Company: ha: fixed i '

wa.s some question as whether or the following schedule :t'ii rates to Ii' :I"!

- not McGovern was down at the count apply bf-tweeu Pensacolu: and the q iir.; {N;
StfiD YOUR ORDERS c.'LE3'PcILx. .. Makes a Clean Sweep. points named : l ;1 I : ;
of ten and for a few minutes it lookedas !
: 8eanUt u 1I 18 YS 3 pI There's nothing like doing a thin;; DR. GOLDSTEIN bCIIKIHLK.Steamer !jr ;/
'. 4 II .II\'E for or if there t .
, ;fie carpenter would be a free for al I
./...-i. *'>u. Repair work a I S1ptut 11" + # thoroughly. Of all the Salves you Tarpon will leave PeD!!!- 1 f
01 fight. cola every Tuesday night at 8:30 1
ever heard of. Buekien's Arnica Salveis '
IS HERE.THE
:.'" The timer George Harding for the o'clock after the arrival of the Mobile J :;' "I'
the best. It sweeps away and cures train and the P. & '"
Up-to-date people read The News. club slid hat when he counted nine A. accommo- T!
Best Burns, Sores, Bruises, Cuts Boils dation train. Thi* will enable aperson f.i : it
..td.u'sir: for oc.j OPTICAL SPECIALIST IS he motioned McGovern to get up, but
*- 'leers, Skin Eruptions and Files. It'sonly to leave Mobile at 5 p. m., ,; '. n.
Fort Barrancas Fla., March 6, 1903. STOPPING AT HE ESCAMBIA :McGovern was too confused to notice.At make close connection at Pensacola 4 r"fil 1
23c; and to give
guaranteed
-Sealed proposals. in triplicate. will HOTEL.- SEE the of and reach St. Andrews the next J
!ri The News' WANT COLUMN. :- HIM ABOUT count ten McGo\em startedto H j. ; ;
be received until 11:0: a. m. April 4, satisfaction by W. A. D'Alemberte morning at 7 o'clock. -
YOUR EYES. rise but It was too late and the referee 'i; i it:
- 1903. for constructing Electric Light. druggist, HI: S. Palafox street. PASSENGER: '
ing System Fort Pickens, Fla. U. S. SATURDAY WILL BE HIS LAST awarded the fight to young Cor- UATFS. 3.111 I "

DG GE DIRECTORY reserves right to reject or accept any DAY HERE! bett Harding said McGo\trn was The passenger rate from Pensacola IL ;
W will be as follows: l'
or Information all proposals furnished or any on part application.thereof. PEARL & DOLIVE.Call completely out and tint it was well To St. Andrews and St. Andrews }i: f'i

for him he was unable to get up. Cor points-$600; round trip tlO. P.-., <<
JJIGH IS OF PYTHIAS.fn Envelopes containing proposals on them at the corner of Oir- To Apalachicola and Carrabelle- -1. J' ...
should be marked "Proposals for bett was strong: anti ready and had ';" .:
den and Alcanlz streets for fS&O; round trip $15. .: I
carpenter }
Electric Lighting, addressed W. E. VcGovern risen to his feet, he nrrbal-
.ii-i nla l li'xlge.: No. 8. K. of I'.. These fares include first-class l' 1 .1.
GGO.
and electrical work.or phone
Cole Q. M. !
m'.U eYl"ry Moudaj evenlag ly would have 'W(n yerioiitly hurt. cabin, stateroom and meals. ,,:
17;*> M C stie nil.I MC.7.9.l0.-A2,3.: I As it was. it \vas nearly a minute af- Further information can be secured : ih-' : 'I
I In bK Klount-Wathon -i./ at the I' "
by applying company's offices
'
L KntH'.CK.tblrdnoor. McGovtrn had been ci-rud 0 his I
; /Ulna. hrt tnr u cordially in the Thiesen building. ti' 1
>
.t.$I walompc1: Remember the eye is the most sensitive I corner of lore he was able to sit up or .- '\ .."
J. A. LW.K organ we ha\e. In Its normal understand what happened.

C4jS'- H. HOK K.tFR K. 4 a C.C. ..(.. I HARPERWIllSKY conditionve can see at all distance Claim of McGovern.The I

ilike. We can admire the beauties of mn in Mc-Govern's corner HARD :ri

It.llll Ill IllHl::t NI). 13 nature and everything hat is wonder t'alm"lt! that the excisionvas outran j 'lJ.BRICKFtf.

- Tii.ty, evnnlng at ":$>. at ful in life. The eye is often abused o'is. They said McGovern had be'-nj 1
. irn> r 1'aUf and U"r.I"111'
>T \
' '
'. : KniishH earitmlly Invited.J. ind neglected the sight becomes im- instructed to fight cautiously l and that I

AL""IHJoUStlUS C. 0. mired and requires artificial aid and, when he was knocked down he was ,
l
.. tS.lUiMi'iil.il 4s medical attention is of no consequence to take the full count and that )Ic.

there is only one method to Govern obeyed his instructions. They ,

I I 4P. *". 3" K. oft I restore the sight to its normal condition i.- claim at the count of ton he yes on I I l'J

I 1..11 iK N'). it i, Kniijhti o[ and that is by the use of I'
1"1'I ,. ,., ,-\vry Thurdav even- proper his feet and although l hzed knew I
" .: i I., ? "i. thfir < n
.J.: < ..- .!'.".,\','i'.v.\4T.ini I building Utrden BtrBet'Bouttii' -. and will remain a few days. This is he had plenty of fidht in bin and would ALWAYS\ ON HAND

., .' '. ,'. ,rrll'llIyI'lcomt'd..
\ : o It. ALLMHN: .- 'I the opportunity of your life to get have lasted the rest of the round Marding's 1i.i

v ", l:. C.K C. R. TAYLOR i glasses fitted to your eyes to make position in coimtin;: MrGovernout !
..ft t I: ..-. : '. ,
I and to rest and .
you see properly was sustained by "Cha1i;.) Holms .HALF.

Artistic Shoemaker strengthen them. Dr. Goldstein: is well another time Keeper. Paddy .. .. .l J"

1.0 0. F. known to some of our citizens, and is Sullivan the third time keeper, was J.l

FIXE: 1YOKK A SPECIALTY.Phoce A DELIGHTFUL BEVERAGE, highly recommended. Dr. Goldstein very much in favor of McGovern and .JI L2

JVn.v'nU! lix)::p Xo 4 Xo.:::). 9 North Palafox StOPERAJEOUSE. barges you nothing for examinationor contended that the count as accented! ,: MILLION l
.. A SAFE STIMULANT ONE
-! \'i' 1 i I. !ur evening at 7Sl at .... ;
--- consultation, and will give the
you the referee IMcreeGraney's
:I ". 1 \* !Inl"I\I"11111 street.I ---- ------- by was wrong.: I
'. ,, ." -, ,,,. ,
i tIt.! Ifl-It,41. roper adivce. ,
; A GOOD MEDICINE d rl lon seemed to meet .1,1'
I "IAN"')X. N. U. '
I :s. v. !.. ntury.K. The value of perfect fitting glasses with the approval of the most! of thespectators I II ;

For Bale byDannheisser with reference to health cannot bever
as McGovern was aIpauently Get Our Prices Before
J. 31. Ct)1:, M8lItger.
estimated. Their effect upon
OF L. I Eros.QBNEUAIi I thoroughly beaten. j
I the nervous system is direct and t.
ONK NIGHT "It was my way of winning the : t,
ONLY
I..., 1.\-.111\. I'. 1:>11:>>. SA TUlW.\. APRIL 3 through this indirectly, upon the ('!I. fight," said young ('01 helt, alter the Purchasing ..m
I'' Ii : 1\. :;1 "'\eti i month. tire organization.A fight. "I fought: cautiously! every rOlln I :'' .1iI. '
_
W.I'U.'J'JIAP.P.A. few of the troubles which result .. .Jj
'1. 1 and Ml McGovern I I l. .
L "F'' M.V.. MR. ERNEST SHIPMAN FltKNCH: 8C11KDULK! weakening towards
i
S rvOTHERN dIrectly from neglect in this particular -
the end of the '
lntl'SI
(( caught himwith
Presents Following I is the schedule of the arc: Neuralgia, Sick Headache CapacIty 50,000 Daily. *
I a :left on the jaw ami sent him j'3 ;
government steamer General French awl Nervous Prostation. In addition back ,
against the He
HENRY LEIGHTON ropes. dron-ui
EXESS[ COTo benefit which THE of the NEWS merchants prints who for ship the to the general (diseases I have enumerated his hands to las side which! was a :

S'jpr>ortcJ by their goods to the \ariou3 army I. the following local affections sure signal; to me tin I had won thoontest. ,

t posts: often result from uncorrected errors (' I went for him, put rights I l1 iael illan! Brick Go. : a4
:
i FLORENCE GALE Leaves 'ensacola _____ _, 7:00: a. m. of refraction. Conjunct iutis (granu- and lefts head "
I to and and
Leaves Barraniaq.._ ._. ___ 7:50 a. m. jaw was i, f;.. U
Leaves Pickeus ___.__- ...____ Hiia. ni. laJrd lids), KeratitIs with Ulcers of orced to fisnl myself Iree in the Pine Barren Fla. ,
t In Anthony Hole's FascinatingI Leaves Ilarranca4.___ _?__ 'H:15 a. m. Cornea Paralysis of Nerves, Atrophyof : 1fJ!
Leaves Puatacola.__.__.___10:15 a. m. linch. Th< final blow was a right \ -- ;
I Romance: Arrives tSarraocas 11:10 a. m. and then :-'enes. f 1
\ uppercut to the jaw that put lcGo'rnto 'v
makes a trip to KortMcKee and then ra- .
I A sad mistake is made by most people En'n'' !M.fflilf I}
\.1 iorn to I'.arrancas. the fl.Tor 1.>1' the full count. VthWVWN
Leaves Barrancas______ 1:Ih p. ra off ] 1-t 1
in spectacles too long.
Leaves P1ckens. __ ___ Ii5p. in. putting had he been able to regain his feet t
all'/ TJ1E PRISONER Leaves Feanacola _.___.___ 4 SU p. m. The old advice "Don't begin specks the
parts of the country. Leaves Plckeni _._____ 5:15p.m. before count of ten I would ha'ehad
Arrive. Harranca 6:30 p. m. and makes until you have to, has done a worldof him out as he was absolutely unable -
trIp to McK\!e and return. harm. Anyone can by straining flt'Q
to defend himself. At time in
71! :? On Wednesdays and Saturdays the no ,- .
at1ru and looking iInl
and sharp
F.ijiress Company \boat wiil leave Barrancas via Pick- squinting go the contest was I confused or discour! 11 WI UAilT .., :tA
r'.e.".s fti; forwards freight ZEJUMU ens for Pensacola at 6:30 p. m. a long time without spectacles, but he aged. And to say that I won the fight i1! ;
'...-T.ar: I 1 lmbls The General French I U for army is sewing seeds of destruction to his I
of all descrlpLt't"Kl ur fait Iy is a great injustice to me.
only and any outsider must
purposes
1 partg of the country' I nave a pass from the quartermaster eyes. McGovern is certainly the next best

*''. '. '"s-ifcn: UN for Canada, Mexlt' -'I' ELABORATE STAGE SETTINGS.A o take passage o i her. Consult Dr. Goldstein. man in this world, but I will still retain n T

1IjVi" Cuba, ,olntR TREAT IN ROYAL COSTUMING. Specific examination of the eyes ,he championship and will fight
i European ,
I free of
f!" ....... A SELECT CAST OF EXTRAORDI. charge. any man who approaches my ('}1SS.
WEEKLY HCIIEDUL1
pr. 31 HOTEL PARLORS ES-
ROOM ,
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NARY MERIT.
TJ! -v" Bit I will not give; a pound of my
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C't.$: 'rn. iipress! Company PRICE:-:;;. 50. The and 11.00. FOR STEAM DITX9ION CAMBIA HOTEL. 27mlw.A weight; to any one. I was in superb r-f.1 .. "t ,.
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f.1i. .Ii.1 niie9 Of first- I'ENSACOLA ELECTING TEUMU.1. condition and to my trainers I give DAILYMENUS s .>::

,.;. r. :tMtr.I I.in connection with ONE NIGHT ONLY. RAiLWAY COMPANT. the credit for winnicg the contest." _

;". .1 !h:1: : }'x'rei 4 Company, oil, FRIDAY APRil 4 Trains leave Peniaoola tor the Din Par CAcellence. "It was the greatest robbery in tho Comprise all the Up-to- fl
S "*'' ''' : Bayou, Big Bayou.Warrlngton.Navj law Date Dishes the t
.1 y-'ills, with through history of the prize ring. said MeJovern. Mar:1"& .
Bar.ancai at :
rt. and fort kets of the .
J t. Liebler & Co.'s Superb Production !.' \ ,
(
.; 6:301.m.arrln at Fort Barranoai f:15a. "I had Corbett beaten from \ .
.. infisetigers pert I' '' 1"
f.- -: J of :Mary: Johnston's 10:00 a.m.arrive at Fort KarrancM 103t et the start to finish. I 1-imled on him Coed. i.". '1
1, S'T% il'e. constituting 1:00: p.m.striva at Fort Barranoal lUpo 1.'f.
.ir5': I! i'. 8;".0 p.m.arrive at Fort Uarraaeai ':16 p a when and where I pleased: and surely '. :,J f
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jtrm of
the tind In 1S: arrive at Fort Harraocai Tsuop tr ; t f tto. i
t. ", I, ........ '8:00; p.m.p.m.arrive at Fort barranoai 8iSc.D would ha'e'had him out within a few "":.'' S
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.pIlrI Trains leave Yort Barrancailor lenii Ladies' M
'.- rounds. I wns not knocked out, but PrivateDining :
nr olJ AUDREYDramatized cola at 'i ,
? At all .l
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.s.S .. : Tiaa.m. arrive at Pen.aoola_....... 8:00 a. ull admit that the right: uppcrcut to the .11t.: .
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rC.: tl" *uln ftt Express ;jo p. m. arrive at PenueolaU p." Wn Ccrtflat.) chin dazed me and I took the count in P ar I or.JI :m.:1; lJqj
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l"eD..oola ':60 The best
'*".\ st : Soo p. m.arrive as Ji.a speciSc remedy for .
ts : 'w.inable hours. Re. COO p m arrive at reniaooia_ 6:48: p B Malaria! and order to save myself. I could have ,
:' T-co m.arrive at Pen aooia..___ T8p.: Typhoid ,
:.rt> p.
H .1', 11 .an4 l inoiiey ia refundf2jv '8:.&p.m.arrh'6 at 1"611.1..Ola. .._ I:1Cl.. Fevers, gone on with the battle and would, I -
; 'rl. : by Harriet Ford and E. .
"" r :, I.) t. :-1 .. .I Batnrdayi. onlyVABB Colds. Ir.fi ue.iza, Ac. think have regainthe champion Regular Dinner ji"j
4; .11. \'. F. Boddington. FOB VBBK: BAT fc. J : 'i I .. a Daily. ,'J .
c.. I it is all with a fighter
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: "apest way to send i Peniacola to Fort Barranoss sad reap ra MiPentacola ship. guess up
*t"wo: ** by mall or other- to Nary Yard and return_ MPeniaoola when he goes in, wins a contest and '- : : '
.ELEANOR ROBSON.
r- to Palmetto Beach and relon IhVXDAY
.t. is then robbed of the decision. I sin., Short Order Promptly I S
SOKIDUDI.When i
CMICMtSTtK'W ENGLISHENNYROYAL : !'" ;
E. W. AS AUDREY. weather. permit the running c PILLS cerely hope that some club will match Filled. Night or Dy. i j4 :i-
.. FOWLER .. ;;
,.f *, ." open eoaobei. us again and then you will bear a different ;.
.e.u'of'. Leave Peniaeota. Lr Fort larraaeaii /i-V OrlftrnJum.. Oflj Otmmtm* L 11
Fa| Assisted unexcelled I
by an company, i 10.. .. i, 'SAFL.tor CIIICHK s .ab.>TEK'S 1IISSIlflUi:\G15bU story." .;, ._' .
Branch Offices including Forrest Robinson. Ada lla.lI1. 11 m. In KKD ..0 C.l.d.w.. ton nu< If It'i Something. Good to Eat "
: ..... .. wish, you'll
Ip.m t ".m.Ip.m -I. ".M" Take thvr. Ikr. you find U a' L it' It
-. Depot Store. Dwyer, Frederic Perry, Selene John I ".JR. *- D..g..1 ,e.b.Uiti., .., i..Iim. ATLANTA TO GET
.d 4u.
: U.u l.t o.r VrmtgM 9t w
:S' : .: Oiir. son, George Woodward Anne Caver ip.m P.m. .u.."* *>r Pirtlralw...."Twt. Bi..lU BIG PRIZE FIGHT.. Nick Apostle'sPopular tJ
Alcaniz and 4 p. m P ">, t ; U4 -It.lltf f.r La.I Uum I;rT
ly Frank Lamb and 30 others. ip.m. a ,... .A '... 11I011. ....... r.a..a.. 5.4 I, Chicago. April 1.-The Tribune t>. "
: P Ip.m. Ip.m _.-._.-,k...all._.Druf i :','.A,-.<,klrknlw J,.. 1..1: 4, T M:w Restaurant !f
:.. .\ c. ..': s (',Jr. DeVilliers and l Exactly as presented at the Madison TAIl TOB SUNDAY day says: ; 11.

Square Theatre. New York. reniaoolaio ariBarranoai Havy' "Paddy Carroll, a local fight pro. tt'; [i
'' lard and tnrnPeniacola _____ II Hot French Waffles' with It. .
c'r: Palafox and Inten. .PRICES:-50, 75c $1.00 and $1.50.NOTECurtair4 to Palmetto leach and Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon1 moter. tflegraphed $ OOtjO bid for UK MWMM ': t'
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: return._ ____ IkHo .
at 8:00 p. m. sharp. Jeffries-Corbett! heavy-weight: chan: .. .
Irelfht siTed after 1:11 p. m. !. .

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southerners I prices are relatively higher'for fir than. Oldest and
sentiment and will do as other Largest
do. They will recognize the I for yellow pine, which latter just Probably you know how Ayer's Hair West Agency j.

tact that the negro needs employment now Is to be bad in abundance. Consequently Florida.lESTABLlSIIIU .

.. and they will put him to work. with the canal now open Vigor always restores color to gray hair ( 1&1'.<"1',

When tue Duke an Duchess of yellow pine would be very likely to

r 'i I. Mcola Kntered, Fla.at second the: Post class Office matter.at Pen- Manchester arrived in New York from make a vigorous effort to reach the and makes the hair grow. That sO? assst-:

Palm Beach, Florida, their baggage, Pacific coast markets and the Pacific .
Pitta Building. 211% Huouiles Bros.INSURANCE
OFFICE: some twenty-five pieces, was attachedfor coast export trade generally. Butt I -
:; rath Palafox street, up-stairs.
f debt. The idea of treating a duke the canal will not be open for ten I A SWEET BREATH I THIS HAT .

i THE MEWS PUBLISHING CO. in that manner.It years from now and may be twenty is a never failing sign of a healthy ( (

i years in construction. In ten years' stomach. When the breath is bad

n Terms: Invariably in Advance. has been planned to demonstrate I there will wonderful changes In!the stomach Is out of order. There

!, One Year by mail.$5 00 to Mr. Roosevelt on his western tour the conditions of timber supply. By is no remedy in the world equal to

I, Biz Months ..... .. .. .. .. 2 50 I
that race suicide has cot struck that AND
that time the product of both yellowpille Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing indigestion
4 One week by carrier, payable Monday -
k ....._.. ........ .. ...._ 10 part of the country yet. They propone and fir will be necessary to supply I dyspepsia and all stomach
to meet him at a number of the demands not only for this disorders. Mrs. Mary S. Crick, of REAL ESTATE

:: Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap- places: with all the extraordinary country but of foreign countries and White Plains, Ky., writes: "I have 1 ,

ii': plication. large families in attendance. the canal will prove an unmixed blessing been a dyspeptic for years-tried .all 309
South
h TELEPHONE NO to both manufacturers and sum kinds of remedies but continued to I"illafuqsltt't.'t;( ,

"Bob" :McNamee member-elect of ber consumers. grow worse. By the use of Kodol I

11&f legislature of Tampa, has an began to Improve at once, and after Phone 22. PENS1COL.Fy,
and novel scheme for
new
GETTING TOGETHER. taking a few botttles am fully restored -
r I of the Florida Indian War And other Beautiful of -
i (Birmingham News.) in weight, health and strengthand many Styles
in
the state
treasury. It Is to "
I like. Kodol
it The democrats are getting together. can eat whatever this Season are to be seen at GE.XEU.LtXT: -;
parcel out to the confederate vet. '
what eat and makes the
![ PEI8AOOLA, APBIL 2. 1903 erans. No doubt, many of the old men Scarcely a day passes that strong em-,I Digests you
phasisis is not imparted to the move- stomach sweet. Hargis' Pharmacy, MRS. NORDSTROM'SSpring The Equitable
-- -- are very poor and would be glad of I
.C ment to harmonize. The thinkers of John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn.
In another week everybody will be the money, but it Is hardly to be expected Millinery Opening
the realize that there are two ,
party
anxious to Know the latest news from that they will get it throughMr.
essentials for the attainment of suc The teams are kept busy at Jacoby's April 1. 2 and 3, Life Assurance Society 1
Tallahassee. McXamee's plan.-Metropolis.
cess. First, the union of all democrats today although the store has not been
What is it he wants? \ 11 East Iiitciulciicin St. .
Of the
We presume MeCovern's defeat at irrespective of past affiliations; formally open ll. He has enough United State

second a platform breathing old though to deliver all goods promptly. I1EN11Y D. HYDi,
San Francisco was only another Instance THE PANAMA CANAL. I 1- Foundry,

of over confidence.We ; (American Lumberman.) time democratic principles. I "'Strongest in "
The inter-oceanic canal bill A notable indication of the spiritof Hudgins has a pew label for the builder, the World.
.j passed best 5 cent cigar on the market. ... will do your electrical work in first-
have storms to he east of us the last the harmony which is now pervading
4 congress treaty with Columbia class style and at reasonable rates. -
8 and fools to the west of us but all was negotiated which at the the party is evidenced by the comment A FRIENDLY REMINDER
He can be found at 30 South Palafox
is calm and serene in West Florida special session of the senate baa been by ":o..ed Brace" in the Age- NOTICE. street. Phone 203. -

ratified, it is expected that within a nerald yesterday upon Senator llorgun's Hereafter for all! reading notices rf

is stated that the American people month Colombia will also have ratio recent interview upon the po- Regular communication Pensacola lairs, festivals, plays, suppers, ba.:x

r"It,. drink on an average SO gallons of tied the treaty and then nothing remains j Local outlook. It is well Known that Lodge Xo.I": F & A. M$ Thursday A. C. BINKLEY desires his friends dramas, elocutionary or ?ny ct,c

water annualy. Now why don't the but to begin theworkleadingupto Ned Brace" is the pen name of inrhtpril 2, 8 p. m. Visiting brethren and the public to .know that be has kind of entertainments gvcit*

breweries get out an injunction.! actual construction. Consequently Mr. n.V.. Barrett, the accomplished cordially invited. Moved to Room 60S, Thiesen building ] churches, societies, lodges cr Ire>

t l j B. C. TU.MSOX, W. 1[. where he will continue heretofore viduals where
before summer shall be well)) underway editor of that accomplished news as i an admission is ca- .
[ fi. n' Orts have it that Chas. Schv ali Barrett T. H. FLEETWOOD, Sec. a general law practi-e. I ed or merchandise .
Mr. in or other
part:
we are likely to be face to face paper. says fwj
eaKmt to lose his
job as president !
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with the first financial problem involved "!:very man of education and brains are sold there will be a charge cf Scents
the steel
great corporation. Hejnight NOTICE.The .
in must think for himself. Undoubtedly a line for first inserticn ana
the whole matter. It is the <
get a situation as secretary for payment of f50.OdO.000-$40,000,000 to the democratic party went off ona firm of Peterson and lions;, G. NERI. cents a line for subsequent inse'tc-i; 5:
the speaKer of the house. Mr. Canon contractors and builders, has blendispol'ed
the Panama Canal Company for all tangent several years ago, and Obituaries and .resolutions of respect
may need a Schawb. by mutual consent
its rights, concessions and propertiesand many of us who supported the Kan K. E. PETERSON, will come under this same mi 1

, The original Call advocates have $10o
the for the relinquishment of that it was radical in several of its 27ml = =
[ again come to fore. In the per sundry I -.
, lIOns of Stockton, Barrs, Browne and claims and federal rights securedto I features." t 23; Palafox Street.' OUR WARRINGTON AGENCY,

Alexander her by treaty. Among these : This is a frank and manly ex ----- -
one can readily recognize are CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S
'I\. those who caused the Chipley-Dunn he C-mile zone and a perpetual right. pression. It is the manifestation of NEWLY The NEWS is on sale by Mrs. M
No. 30 South Palafox street for
: defeats.-Palatka Times-Herald. Under the railroad concession of 186 spirit like this that is drawing the your REFITTED AND FURNISHED.All Keefe at Warrington, who is author
electrical work. He ia
. Colombia was guaranteed an annuity democrats together and lends color to prepared to ed to receive and receipt for any sub
.. do a first-class job at moderate Kinds of Creams, Ices Glaces
you ,
J. Our Mallory statue movement bas of $20,000;:; and a reversion of the rail the hope that the next democratic scriptions. Residents of the reservation
prices. Phone 203. Fruits and Cakes.
tj struck a popular chord in the hearts road prooerty in 1}GG. Under the: convention will formulate a platform may now be supplied with ccpt

. of loyal southerners. If the members \\ )'se concession of ISiS Colombia i which will enable the party to pre-ent PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIESOR of the paper several hours after reissue
Good Cypress Shingles, $1.25 '
of the legislature are equally as loyal had: a right to participate in the gross I a united front to the enemy. per PARTIES. leaves the press.
, thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. I'I _
then they will vote to make the necessary receipts of the canal at from 5 to Maillaird's Candies a Specialty. I.

r rpropriation.-Palatka Times 8 per cent, the amount in no year to The Rev. Father D. Beume, S. J., Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat Bt
Try The News' WANT COLUMN. PHONE
I .lienld.J he less than $2CO,000; and also: it was the well known missionary, will preach 602. j jI cults, and Force with Cream at S:

stipulated ihat at the end of ninety tonight in St. Michael's church. Subject I Oman's.

J Probably the greatest weakness in nine years from the completion of the Could You Not Watch One Hour -

our democratic system of governmentla canal it should revert to her. She With Ala St. Matt, xxxvi10.. Services WE ARE EYE EXPERTS. NOW IS THE TIME TO FURNISH

manifested by the fondness formak- gives concessions I begin 7:30:: o'elock
us
, amounting to
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1 We.ucree l In restoring Perfect Klqht YOUR DINING ROOM, AND MAR-
Ing laws. When the legislature meets at least ;;:;cOn00 and .
$ annually We pay I KiMiuvmir Eyestrain because we STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU
there I is a tendency to tinker with 'equipped| : ourselves with the limit
Colombia in cash flO.fttiO/iOO and at sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer'sSwampKoot Modemppuincs WhiCh,wild our expert WANT IN SIDEBOARDS, CHINA

existing: and settled conditions so the end of nine years an annuity of the great kidney, l1'rand y. ,., eurce.e.a' Knowledge. and experience, lutims CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS.
much so that thtre is always a f.I.I' $250.000.;
bladder remedy, are being distributed -
ing of uneasin tho businesspeople CONSULTATION: Fl iKTHEO.BELLAMORE:
among; :
The actual construction( of the here from house free. Have .
and until the adjournment r j CREX AMERICAN GRASS CARPETS
taxpayers :
canal will be
I' spread over so many you received one?
comes. '1 he axiom that years that probably the expense will ;, AND LINOLEUM, FINEST

the country is governed best which i ii is HErR \CTJ\U OPTICIAN. |
not be felt as a serious drain upon{ TO CL'ltK A f'OLD IN ONt: DAY THING ON EARTH: FOR YOUR
: < governed! least finds no endorsement I Graduate of Paris, (France) and PhilmlelpUin. -
I
the resources of the country, bat thepa'ment Take Laxative Promo quinine Tablets I HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE.
,t with tie average legislator. He of $3;))0110)(1111) within a short This fillnlOtur&/'f'Jl IL on every
RUGS TO i
MATCH. MARSTON
\. I' considers that he has boon sent thereto time is looked forward to with con-1 I box, 2.TC. f.JH.rT 28'z! SOUTH PALAFOX ST., OLD ARMORY BUILDING. QUINA.

make laws and he is going to h e t-iderablc interest It may induce a I .

t diligent with the idea that the moro
. temporary stringency in the money
cuiw N)1'IC13 -.
laws he cJ'n be instrumental in get- market but it will all be over I : -- .... ---- ,
ling passed the bettor he bas earned .
with before next fall's' Leg demand I IvElTllKthecaptalnoan-,r.
his and the his nor con.llln..llIl the hpanVranciico
pay approval of con a
for currency will arise and it is believed will be rrspuu.,6 '

t i stituents. It Is our opinion, however has been anticipated to a sufficient crew of Bald 1 vessel.for debit contractoil by its

I that any one session of our state U'iiniKVA,
extent so that there will be no
Can that Gulf Transit ("0.. l'811ta.3,
legislature could the
serve people
serious re IIJts. anyone suppose we louIIn""s. .tuft
better by devoting its whole limo to -.-
During the last two
year or railroad
I repeating old laws than by enacting would double the of I the captain. o '.r-
opposition to the canal seems largely necessary cost aNEI1'H.lt cimdgneea!: ut -
rill bo '
new ones. The eII.'ral'n'ency of rciipuoi
to have disappeared. The treat opponent contracted byibS
laws is to curtail! the natural rights to the crew of said v" s..l. H.U liOttJKnSU.V
enterprise Collh
was our brewing without a vital ? ,
L. WI1TK1I Lap'alI'oniiKQee.
reason
i laW
of the Until I
people. recently laws P. Huntington, who apparently believed i ?, .'1EIT1IEittbecaptain.ne

were made everywhere with but little : that his interests in tie Southern I \ n

regard for popular opinion, but now Pacific would he jeopardized by I nor con lK'""" of the .i i ...

elnce wa have; an independent pr'ssand the competition of an isthmian canal. Would we spend so much on cleanliness ? Would we cool the hh iponkible M Cairncraif for debts will CIIICI'I.

newspapers are keeping! the public Railroad sentiment! seems to hate I beer in plate glass rooms ? Would we filter all the air that touches ed by the crew of said JAB.vessel.1). UIBhnN, ,

fully informed of all that transpires changed since his time and the f Sutherland hones Co. Cup a.i
if objectionable laws are enacted now I it ? Would we age it for months in refrigerating rooms ? Would I Conalgnras. :.
conclusion! feems to be tint while the -
and allowed to remain in force car.al will take away a certain amount we filter it4ould we sterilize every bottle after it is scaled ?
Fort Barrancas, Fla., Man -
the people have only themselves taName.
of heavy and long time freight it .
!& { -Scalei! proposals, in tr

will be so stimulating to the industries will be received until 11 a. n

and business of the Pacific coastas Can 20, 1:io3::, for constructing o'
The cclon'jation: sihome sot forth greatly to increase the ;ioerl traffic, anyone suppose that it is baclit-lor officers' quarters, 01
in an article in this issue of the gun shed, fort Uarrancas, F'iareserves -
which after all is the most profitable. :
Daily News is bound to attract Site than right to reject or ar< .
There has beer some opposition to.I goodrather or all proposals or any par
tion. For the carrying out of the plansof i
the canal project on the part of the Information furnibhed on appEnvelopes ; ;
the company no better chotre ol
Pacific roast lumber producers. It containiugproix- '
location could lu5 illylmah'. It i your good-that we be marked "Proposals for f'
isery likely that if the ('anal'ro "
appears that I the projectors resire tn tion Public Buildings, all'.I'.'
to be opened: today red fir might: bee i it ? E. COLE. Q. M.
put to the test the capacities of ti : serve by
injuriously affected. This is because 'Men 2'i-24-2.V: ; Apr 17-1S
vrMte sealers to do wifno-it negro
( .
: labor We: have heard FO often and -- --
i Hot Chocolato with
so long the J Inm"'nt for ,the South on We do it to attain absolute purity-to avoid the Whipped Cream, at Solomon's.

account of th3 black (lIrspIt ha? EruptionsDry
I remotest possibility of germs to make Schlitz Beer .
been repeatedly l pictured! to our imagination

what ihis great Southland moist, scaly totter, all forms healthful to escape the cause of biliousness ; the lack 1-

from Virginia to the Rio Crap de of eczema or salt rheum, pimples I of age and proper fermentation STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

would have been but for slave labo. and other cutaneous eruptions pro-

which kept out free !thor, and but
coed from humors, either inherited, I ',
for the black whichis erWf'en Peniacola and 1liIlonII.atI
present population or acquired through defective digestion i Why
keeping out wr-ite immigration. and assimilation. accept a common Unn, Daily Kxcept hurnUj.

Here then is afforded. an pxcopMonalopwrtun "
To treat these with beer brewed without "CITY OF TAMPA.
ty for testing this foS!'('( eruptions any

illation tor the. southern part of drying medicines is dangerous. OT Milton ....etfiioi LTFensMola.i pm
Baldwin his long enjoyed the The of these Ul'eDlaeola.II:3J6m Ar Milton : ".P*
: county thing to do is to takeHood's precautionswhenSchlitz .
Pare,tuc; Round trip.il)
.. reputation of !
being: a decidedly unhealthy -

b place for negroes, so much so Sarsaparillaand Beer ? \ /
costs
If that it is stated PS :a fact that no negroes Pills no more \.
JEWELER IN
are there. The success wbich ref lade MAeaw
"' Which thoroughly cleanse the blood HISW
,
attends the effort to ertaoliih and I to

perpetuate an exclusively white community expelling all humors and building Your dealer may prefer to furnish a beer that pays a STANDI

there will be watched with up the whole system. They cure little
more profit; but does it pay you to permit it ? Isn't
much Interest bv the whole country, Hood's Sfusapa-! permanently cured J. I

but more especially by the southern O. Hincs, Franks ni., of eczema from which! pure beer Schlitz Beer -vorth asking for ? t,::}ry ter nP have move relry s' rfr to
be hal
saiTeml
for some time: and Miss ,
communities! and maple who <*o not 'tu*
Alvina WMter. Cox 212. Alffona, WK. of pimples 120 South Pa rraerly'
see how white foils can get air us on her face and Lack and chafed km en pied by Bias ltd am L '"

o' without negroes for servants acd troubled her body by which she had been ereatlj! I better prepares ver t<. rf''"

:;, laborers. We predict that it will no, farur of Hood's There than are can more be testimonials published. in great birxdinii jj?, wac: es'

:' be very long till these settlers from Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to jewelry, etc. t see ne al.d

the North will become southern ia cure and keeps the promise. I I. L BEAR & COf Wholesale Agents for Pensac ta. let me convince .
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THE DAILY NEWBs PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY APRIL 2.1903.

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Celery I ANOTHER BIGJACEANT t W. O. O'NEAL, President No. seoa. M. E. CLARK, Cashier; ;_
jane's s. J. FOSHEEYIo.-Pre.id.nt; JOHN PFEIFFER, Au't Cashier.
CAUGHT AT RANDOM"They
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Compound I AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK .

tell a good one on Conductor t
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OF PEItSACOLA, FLA. 'i '
Happy Work for Our Jim Connors remarked a railroad

does a OVER THREE HUNDRED YOUNG man last night. "Jim and his crew Designated Depository of the United States. i ,

Women In Springtime.It had been up two nights and a day Condensed Statement at the close of business March 20, 1903. .. _
MEN FROM THE HARTFORD ARE t. _
on the Selma division and as soon
RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. jji

It hks Thm Strong, Vigor- BROUGHT ASHORE THIS MORN. as his caboose reached Flomaton and I Loaisand Discounts................. .. ... $375,037.63 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... $200.000.00 I t

was sidetracked for the night Jim and Demand Loans..... .................. .... 83.20300 Surplus ...... .... .. .... .... .... ...... .. .... 20000.00 _,
Vivacious: and Bright. ING. his men were asleep in as short timeas Orerdrafta................................. 2,352.93 Undivided Profits...... ...... .... .... .. 609.39 d
: possible. They were all tired out u. B. Bonds and Premiums.. ...... ...... 213,806.87 Circulation...... ........ ...... .... .... .... 125,000.00 t r f Lt' R t
1 ':- rra?"n together, dear reader, stocks, securities, etc. .. .................. 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid,... ... ...... ........... .. 54.00 + '
as be
.,Lt'.. an i'ti"f the many plodding might supposed and slept Furniture and Fixtures......... .... ...... 6.718.48 Deposits ...... ...... ...... ...... ... ... ...... 621,346.81 .
Vr-'fr-m loaf to day weary worn About three hundred and seventy- soundly The caboose had been Cash and Exchange: ....................... 283,16630 p

:. .!%.!te"i 1. and* anxious.: If you are five young men from the historic' old ; placed In what we boys call the t 1 ,

,.... .. r.'rvous. despondent, rheu- training Hartford were landed i chain in order that it would
ship
:, If'dC::! or burdened with gang Total..... .... .......... .... ...... ....... 966910.20 Total,.. .... .,.. .... ...... .... ...... .... 1966,910.20't ii
;:.' n. at Palafox wharf at 9:35: o'clock this not be in tie of the switch ,
': : ,pon; ills that result from way This bank opened for business October 23, 1900, We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give I
3':;. \''I: ,m;>overishe.l blood, let us morning and were marched over the engines. Traffic in the yard was your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. I ,

iiositlve assurance of ccr- principal streets covering a great pretty heavy that night and everything -
uJ1,4J V't'dy] cure. Paln 's Celery deal more territory than those who w&s on the rush. It became 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. : ? ;
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-> -. .w ....... were on land yesterday morning. The necessary to- move Connor's cabooseone
ship's brass band furnished music for time and the yard engine came 3 ,

the march, and the detachment was down on it at a rate of perhaps 15 r rt

under the immediate command of miles an hour. This speed was not
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First Lieutenant Dunbar slackened as the engine crashed t f i

Commander Reeder, who Is in against the light caboose and the tSt
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;. charge of the vessel, came ashore trucks seemed to tremble from the : a:

o(' shortly before: the large number land- Impact. Connors and his crew found

ed and he viewed the line from a themselves in a heap on the floor,

point on Palafox street. The detach- and they had an idea that a cycloneor 5) Q rnWJID@llm 5) o :

ment returned to the ship in a short something more fierce had struck eI

time, after: having been thoroughlydrilled. them. If I had been Connors I be-

'yrrik They were watched attentively ieve I would have been tempted to I

o along the entire line of march. crawl out of the car and kill a nig I Itt Fay i t. .4-

ger for v-akln: me up in such a way: I ,,
DETACHMENTWAS I S',
TEXAS when sleep was as badly needed as j 1
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BROUGHT ASHORE ; t
those men wanted it. 4
when the Hartford detachment -
At 11 o'clock,

: was in the northern part of "Taik about your baseball cranks B. H. FAIRCHILD,

31, r< the city, a big detachment from the remarked a navy yard man, "but none C' E'7IOIJ. TEH.EH.

battleship Texas was seen coming up are in it with the old admiral down
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. 7
Palafox street from the wharf. These there: with us. He is such an admirer l 1.

( were under command of Lieutenant of this port that he has builta ?..'oef Work and Refinlsfitng Furniture a .

-ri OLIVE J. MERIULL.r.Itnr1's I ISticknoy and Quimby and they went diamond inside the yard and will Specialty. L 4-'i .

: ''no further north on Palafox than Ro- have some! games there this season. Phone 406.rJ Our line of ', ;
i true spring meJi r Zks1 1 Alpaca al 4
it you nootl! to prepare YO';) mans street. After putting then He is very anxious to provide sports: Warm '

'.. and pleasures of life;; I through a lot of evolutions on Palafox for the men in tile }'aalso and his Weather t Serge .e i ;Pi?*=y ,

I n ran give you the bless the men were marched into the Plaza efforts in behalf: of the m"r. are not Clothing and i': y .

:, M earnestly pray for It;; I and for an hour or more were put appreciated a ittle bit. Admiral !!J1 vC52. is now Im tAn 1
"' t h-i perfect freedom from the! SicilianCoats .
.-..- iiTeiin'js and perils that inns''1 brutish many tactics, engaging in Wise is Ml right, both as a commander ready ; '
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e..r if you waste Ilrt'c tolls tinu:: mimic warfare movements and occu- and a sport, and it will be a it' k' 3. I

I 'live:, J. Merrill, Khksulle, Mo., pyln? the entire Plaza to do so. A lark day when he takes his departure "The Prisoner of Zenda." Assort and t1" ii.
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for your encouragement: large crowd of citizens watched the from the navy yard.! He is just sucha It is an acknowledged fact that nev- I
'iiiered very much from ner\ ment 1'
Vests.Styles.
;s, slteplcssness. and rheuma+ manoeuvering. The square was foundto man as has long been neeedd er in the history of theatricals has a consisting '

and was in luc '.l to ue Paine' have been an adtmrable drilling there' play been so universally popular with of

r .- ConiiHiuu'l. It perfectly mei place and will posibly be made use of all classes of theatre goers as "The Crash
Correct t
i oiiiilts! and happily! barishei again. "One thing I cannot understand: Prisoner of Zenda" This beautiful .1t1' .
1 Since using the ComKJun/l) Linen,
.-r in health than e\er belorc about Pensacola," said a gentlemanat romance which has scored so successfully Flannel Quality a ( ;

Taking the Veil. the Merchants, "is that she has wherever presented, will be the and and r't, : '

\ ". ,re E. Siason. Castile, X. A beautiful and impresive ceremonytook gone so long with but: one railroad attraction at the opera house tomor HomeSpun i '

ly writes as follows: "1 place In the chapel of the Convent I was surprised to know that I could row night. The author of "Zenda"has PricesAlways 't i'
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i Ik) and nervous and falli- ;
o a doctor. I was treated! of Mercy on Monday evening, be ticketed by a single line to the spun a yarn from a skein of fie- Coats and i'rJ t, .

-, uei'tius:: ; better, 11st during which Rt. Rev. Bishop Allen city, when I knew that it stood alono plot, intensity of action, startling cli- Trousers. Right ,

.,obliged; to take to D: D. assisted by Rev. Father Boaudequin as the refuge for na'alesels on the maxes, much heart interest, refined ; j ) %'t1.

.MHOS!i') control I suffered of with my R. J. of St. Joseph's church and gulf coast. But the present isolationof mirthful comedy, and a very pleasing if:

r brought me Paint's Rev. Father Filan of St. Mary's, ;gave: the city cannot and will not be for tale. T 4I

and I commenced the habit: of the order to five yo-in' long, for railroads will certainly come

lo grow stronger.; lai tes. this way oor.." "Audrey." Ii .

i of my friends I The Tft.". .r>.ov, .. HUbnn...-:. -.. addressed' th---,-, In dramatizing "Audrey," which' ,\ .
and today: I ar
rung, sleep well! newly received\ in a very feeling manner languor and weakness, due to the will be presented at the opera house !

taking for his text "lIe that !'halllea'c depleted condition of the blood!, are Saturday night Mary Johnston'well: JOS. COLEMAN .

father and mother, home and overcome by Hood's Sarsaparilla, the known novel, Harriet Ford and 11 }'. 5

SAUAT'3; ARMY'S friends for My sake shall bate an great vitalizer. idilington have given the public another .

WEEK: OF SELF DENIAL. hundredfold reward in this Hit, and opportunity of becoming acquainted -f: )-CLOTHIER."I"I

everlasting;: glory in the next. MOBILE CORRESPONDENCE.Mobile with a favorite heroine,

;. .-. them the idea of The newly! received will henceforth !' through the medium of the stage. 1112 South I'alufi>\:, jtjtjl IVii>ula, Floritlu. ;, i'. '
Annunzlata, Ala., April 1.-Mr. and Mrs. Liebler & Company's production of
: ::1\ ler.al: and inorh be known as Sister Mary '1 <
anal its appetites Sister Mary Aquin, Sister Mary Gerard Frank A. Critz of West Point, Miss., this play makes a special appeal to

f members of The Sister Mary Catherine, Siste left yesterday morning far home, go- feminine interest, by its quaint costumes !. '

., i>!! 'titer a "work Mary Dlward. ing via the Mobile, Jackson and Kansas of rich material. The gowns are tt a :., I Ii 1
the City ltailw'ay.lr.. Critz is a exact reproductions of those worn in J
this occasion by.
". 10 borrow the The music on
especially beautiful candidate for governor of Mississippi! the second quarter of the eighteenth %
: 1,0'. Nevertheless, Sisters' Choir was '
workers for God and devotional. but while in Mobile he did not say century in Virginia, where the action 4'l

"I Ill'" their annual anything for publication regirdin I of the play is laid. Percy Horan, who

i',.! SrtHlcnial! the If you want your business to be politics or the campaign.LieutenantCoIonel has personally designed these frocks 1

> > 12th being setV"io. known, advertise in THE NEWS. I M.V.. Stephens has drawn his conception from a period '

During this is i over from Pensacola, making head- of early American history which Iif

quarters at the Southern.Mr. lends itself readily to the artistic il 1
'01!" effort will bf
i an.l prayer to A. F. Southworth, a Chicago lumination' today the result mark Bon Bons and Chocolates
tourist is at the Southern. He is extravagant ing the production of one of the nota '
i.-y needed in or- I
in his praise of the coast bly beautiful theatrical achievementsof ruitn: HIUClOl'S: : ,t
'A.-rk of this mighty

..steers locally active in'illl't country Mr. and from Mrs.Pensacola H.: Clarke to are Mobile.at they'I _the season.---- -- ------- # W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, : r1;
I" ; the $
Southern en route to their home at
\rrny friends here- Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox '
St.
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Chattanooga. The Clarks have spent 1; 'fly'
A PIONBBR
much of the winter at Pensacola: : s'ki'; 1

=I II where they" made many friends, and Try
.1 I ir,,b)';; tomorrow
are now rounding out a delightful vacation -, MERCHANT DR. H. MOCK k' t art :
odd and pretty ; J. :
I' : ,II by "doing" the Gulf City.
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II-('Ilt\'tl to every ,
I I I wealthy Chicago
Dr. C S. Burr, a
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< west groceriesi :
: physician, has returned from lialiiwin
: YI : 'I I Brlght's Disease and Diabetes ; 1 r
1, I. . county, where he has been looking upi Are Positively Curable. 8DENTIST. : j5 t. r
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for colony Ho enjoyedthe
; Army. : : i location a .
I I"" -. trip very much and saw things
''< lister! in charge. I .
::0 ithat were pleasant to him, but being 28 S. Palafox Street % Old Armory Building q
o'clock and ,
at S Aflolph VfcsUp; the well-known flrroefr of VX
1R'mIJy school : : 'I : lout in tilcrs' interest, as well as his Green Mntt, San Frunclscn,cue of the found.
I'. : : own, he is not hurried in. making a I en of tho Californ a Cracker Company,Interviewed CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. a : : .
i- All are cordis t I \ a
1I' time today he will iH-cembc-r 11, IMI :
choiceSome
1'IIXSACOLA FLA. 1. t
I Q.-Will you pirmlt us to rift* to yon AS owe ,
for Florida, making: headquarters fig '
1 leave of those cured of diabetes by the PolUio Compound I _____ __ __
and during the _
at Pensacola tA.You
s -, at .faculty's
next few weeks lie will investigatethe mar. It ought to be knows I hate Lumber I Hudgins' new style! label for
:.t.'iis' in large his(1't'
claims of that section for health, told a crest many about it inysulf. :2x3! scantling, ?:3 per thousand.3x3 cent cigar will interest you. + P t #,
't'at''lhlanl is kept Q.-You found it hard to convince them scantling, $6, per thousand. I
I beauty and equable temperature.The A Only tbiise cared can believe "lilr. Yon
-ihiirin' ? them I Other items in-proiortion. Call and unther's Candies
doctor says he is satisfied that will have: great diJBculty in making people DO-- Try at
i. !:: with a record. I see us.M6lmo..
I some place between Mobile and Pen- lIege it. LEEKMAX LUMBER CO. Solomon's.'NjellcsMf
Q-Bad physicians diagnosed your case as .
g.'" sacol will be found what he wants. -----

tJ'-!."T. ?-eaded with Cream Wheat at Salt Bis-- D. & I. MAYER GENERAL HUGHES I fliabttek auotaln had A.-to Several.me sleep! so with I The could my kidneys rest.hand were under also my a.cted.I back to I thousand.Good Cypress BEEKMAN Shingles LUMBER, $1.25 CO per \\\T\ { n Company I I ) l f

RETIRES FROM SERVICE. Q-How long before you began to Improve ,
See A.-It took hold slowly-U must have been
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no' new |label. Next Door to First National Bank,, several wet k.. WANT COLUMN. WUULEeALE ASD RETAIL t' '
News' '
Q.-How long before were fully restored Try The t ,
San Francisco, April 1.- lajor.G"'n.pral you -
-- -- A.-About a year. '
R. P. Hughes retired from active Q-Caa yon recall acy you told about it? --- GROCERS.Headquarters '
A.-One wen a U is. I))., a friend of ours in the --- -
t t. xxacat o service today. He turned over of Cali-the country.She, too,recovered.Her trouble wu llrlgbt'8 Disease. DR. F. E. BRUCEHas I 1F:
command of the department
Q-Any othcrfA.
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Major-General MacArthur. .-A lady friend in Windsor Sonoma ban returned and resumed practice. for
LENTEN SPECIALTIES e fornia to ty, was swollea with dropsy and I sent her the

Xo special formality marked the Uriel's completely DiSt'\18 r* torlnz(OWpoW1d her. the second dOleD Office 22}; West Government St., Fancy and Staple Groceries. I '

-ATCAHN- event, the retiring commander simply Q-* bat do you think now of the curability Salisbury Building
staff Of drifhl's Disease and Diabetes ALL KINDS OF t + ''
the UP-TO-DATE- ,
his successor ,
introducing to A -Cur-s await those who will take these Telephone 14a.Ri'titie '

: : ...SOL & CO'S... of the department. flompoundi for a sufficient length of time. ._ _. __ __ __ __u __ FANCY GOODS. '
WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERSFOR t t
M r MEETIN3-A. 0. H. Its DI betel are incurable, but f 87 per ant are WEST FLORIDA FOR THE 1(, .
t' l tilt >\rivKKKI GREEN TURTLE MEET positively recovering under the Fulton Compound CELEBRATEDCafe 4' ''
., *. (Common form of kidney complain
vc1F'r sHELL CHADS
I 'OII-'I-U, A special m'etlni'or the Ancient and rheumatism offer but shore reslstsace.iPttee
t ('IHI' 1..11. T1HH U()" be held et I tl for the Bright's lusease atd 1150 forI du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home y'I
of Hibernian* will J. Fuiton Co.. I
I John
Order
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the
V Dubetie 'orrpound.
U 1\ :III BI.O\TEH, KUTEKKU HEUU1XG Wednesday April 1A MoLteomtry: trees, S.a Francisco, sole Molasses Illini and Climax Flour, 4 t
r. IfXXY Kl"sil. their hall on next compounders. Free tests made fur v.Uents.DciicriyUve I Baylels Delicatessen, German-Ameri! fi.
Pth at 7.30 o'clock to make arrangements pamphlet mailed fa* r hotoghaphyl,
PHONE 1178 'I can Food Company's Canned Meats tr ,
: i2 Generally Kept in a First-Class Grocery. a for the celebration of Dewey HANNAH BROS., ,

: f y .. Day. Agents for Peisacola, Fla. 204' S. Palafox Street. Etc, Etc. -I .


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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY. APRIL 3,1001.


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THAT WABASH In State Escambla of Florida.County In Circuit Chan1 .' c'oun.
CurseOF .
PAINFUL PERIODS iEWSOTES Clyde E. vs.Wilson, l'


t INJUNCTION HAS are overcome by Lydia E. Pluk- Charles Clark and Julia Par'

ham"s"egetable CompouniLc'jI his wife; Richard Clark a .

I Janey Clark his:; wife, Sn

j. BEEN DISSOLVED Clark, Louis Harris and II
I Harris his wife
Fannio
i C. B. Thomas of Chattanooga is a: DRINKCCKED ; v "-
-* tin,, Martha Dixon, Isaiah j> .
the Merchants today. : on, Rosa Daniels and i

JUDGE ADAMS HANDED DOWN Daniels, her husband: AV

Time E ms Mrs. J. W. Gingles is quite sick at BY Simmons and IIiram S lliLl

;. jnost untimely DECISION AT 1050 O'CLOCK TO her home on East Hill.A. I her husband.On .

.-ben he brings WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. Monday the 4th day
a woman to the turn DAY.-HE: ANALYZES THE BILL. J. Brown went up to Bagdad yesterday D. 190J the defendants Land *
of life. Life is or I *
the 4 train. Rosa Harris are r(' ,
should be at its PEACEFUL SETTLEMENT IS IN on p. m. I .Yo tastt. So o.l"r. (all le girtn in glass oj pear to the !bill filed au_, *'
ripest and test for tcatertta, or coffee irithoui p'ltkqJ'.IIIO'lt"ge. herein. a
; Dr. W. A. Mills of Milton who spent
and she
her
approaches SIGHT.St. Wbi'o Ribbon Remedy will cure or destroy This order to be
this cbange yesterday in the city returned on the thedieM-d appetite for alcoholic stimulants .. pul ,
uelher the patient U a eon Armed each week for four Cons
with a dread of its effect born of her t'.i
afternoon train.A. Inebriate "tippler," social drinker in the News
of a or Daily a newsy!
knowledge of the sufferings other
drunkard. liupo.bleforanyonetobaveau
lished in said
women at this season. I Louis, Apiil 1.-In the United S. Xace and Ed. Smith of Philadelphia appetite for alcobiiic liquors after using Escambia C
There is net the slightest cause for White Ribbon Remedy. A. M. McMlLi s.\
Stites District Court t'day Judge Elmer
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fear or anxiety at this period if Dr. are among todaj's arrivals at Indorsed by Members of W. C. T. U Clerk ( _.
Tierce's Favorite Prescription is used. AM'anis handed down a decision 1q the Merchants.Dr. By B. H. IirRTOX ((1 1 r

It gives health of body and cheerfulnessof I dissolving the injunction granted on t1i men's)In.Yooreprecc Christian Temperance superintendent Union of, Ventura Wo. Pensacola, Fla., March ls-

mind, and by its aid the pains and March 3, restraining the officials of Mew-ell B. Gwinne president and California, writes1 bare. tested MlS-lw.
of this critical period I *" bite Ribbon Remedy on very obstinate
pang are preI I. chief of the Red
the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire- CDiisultmg physician drunkardsand tbecuree hare been many.In .
\ented or cured. I .... I
the :
many cages Keoifdy was C.A.STon.XA.
Dr. Tierce's Favorite Inscription is men and Railroad Trai-'nifn and other Miss :3Ienar cured after doctors Cross doctors, will arrive tomorrowfor i cretly. I coeerfully recommend given'and Indorse S lheKlndY'vl' :
woman's medicine with a wonderful II labor leaders from influencing in failed to help her."Lytlia a stay of four days. White Ribbon Remedy. Members of aflth. Aot> ,
our Union are dllgted to find an economical .'r tu",
record of cures of womanly diseases. I:. Pinkliain's Y( e- id'l
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any way or ordering the men employedon treatment to aid us in our temper
Diseases tint all other med'icines hail i taMe Compound cured me after Judge Benjamin S. Liddon of Mari- alice work." .I< u
failed to cure, have beta perfectly and I the Wabash sysUm to strike. had f.uled! and I want
doctors anna is at the Merchants today. He i Druggists or by mall, ft. Trial package
permanently cured by the Ube of Ta- The temporary injunction had been knu.Lout it. During
other pirls to Yon want .
vorite Presrription.I is here on important legal business. free by writing Mrs. A. M. Townsend for a good pal It.r; tn
:granted by Judge .Adams on allegations nienstru.it ion I suffered most ?tay in Pen"acola. till
ful duty have \J
it ny to write you as I years secretary of a Woman's Christ-
r'CdcI so RiUirh benefit Irura tic! use of your made ny the officials of the \Va- intense pain low Li the aUlomcn Will! L. Juhnson, night clerk: at tUe I back your order :Send it I L Ve
lexeme *saMrs I.izzie A. Bowman of Srwit I ain Temperance Union, 218 Tremont
other times I had 2t years' expcrineeworked
limbs. At I
: : 11 i"i', Wellington. Co, O'.in. "I havea I baht sjstera that the defendants were and in my Merchants hotel, is sick: in boj. His "In aT.
St Boston Mass. fold: In Pensacola by several
puu<
'" ir j. ltle..nf Faorite 1.'ri1.wn' for I with interstate had a heavy, depressed feeling ?
.. w. iLiic a S at:.! clunge of life. Ikfore I I conspiring: to interfere which made my work seem twiceas I place Is betas satisfactorily filled byC. lUnnaii! Bros.,21 S. Palafoi St Orders left at Johnson s b .. r'r; ;
L- :: :i '.iLiiv; 't I C'Jtll1ot! 3">anrlhiII I holl : traffic and the transmission of the will be attended to.CIIAS.W..
J. Bell the clerk.
genial day :
such r,in.-in uiy he'11 anJ in thcbacUcf my link I hard, and I grew pale and thin. i
I'.U thought I wjrKl lot my niiii-1 Nmv I can I United States! mails. 1'Ji1LE'
The medicine the doctor pave me .. .
work 0 t T\' 'v, I -"C"n"l,1 Favorite I'rescn --
Notices for the special meeting of MEN AND WOMEN.
The decision dissolving the injunction ==
,t. .n 1"") :il f ihaU i.U:7'ring m the nod I did not do me one: lit of good, andI '.3- 0
S of ,li iv < I 1-f. It is tile best ut.du.iue I roiiilered! at lOturt o'clock. In The the: council tonight were served by tRRn teBigGfornnnsinr&iI. E. W. PEAKE
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have., d 1 I' I i was I \\ :; thoroughly discouraged. I I.I dy durharEM.infianimatuin), ,
"Favorite Pres :ii. iO:1" has the testimony ,, his decision Judge Adams first analyses doctor wanted me to stop work,but i officers on aldermen this morning and .Mi.n Gusrsnt,4 etu.. cf irritations mucous or membranes.ulreralioD

1 of thousands of women to its !I the bill of complaint upon which of course, I could not do that. I I there will probably be a large meet Pr.,..,.C.'i4.sPaanIei, and not ajt'rin-
ThEVINSCHEMICLC& Xo. 80 South Palafox
a. gent or poimnous. ?trr>t kr>
of diseases. IL nj
complete cure \vo-nanly finally began to take Lydia ing. t
the :ro\isional restraining order was CISZIWTI.O Bold by DratfUU.or
Do not accent an unknown and unproved i PinkhamS Vegetable Compound or sent in plain wrapper, call bell, wires and all kit'd$ if

sub-titule in its place. : Issued, showing that the gravamen of and felt \Jetter after taking the first Alex. McGowan, Ed. :M. Lovelace: bf eiprew, prepaid, for electrical supplies. Have Lini jj
Keep the towels healthy by the timely the charge was that the defendants V .IOO.rJt'ottl<-ef2.75.
bottle and after taking six bottles Circular Mat reiued. work. Call 2ii3.iAilCKE
vn phone .
Use of Dr. I'icrce's Pleasant Pellets. II and J. S. Bojkin are among the visiting your
into unlawful and malicious i
entered
hid an I was:' entirely cured, and am now timber men in the city. As us ------ .
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e=_- .. -_ _- cons-piracy to secure recognition. perfect health,and I am so grateful --- - -
ual they may be found at the Merchants -
for it."-Miss GLOKGIE: EX.\RD,

Maritime.Arrived. F. X. JuJson, of St. Louis special 537 i:. 132nd; ::;t., New York City.- hotel.Saturday & CO.
tSOOO forftit If ortginfl of above letter prosinggenuiiericss
counsel far the brotherhoods, stated cannot produced.. is Dr. Goldstein's last day

-- to: the Associated Pi ess that he and I Lydia IL Pinkham's VcjrctaWcCompound for this season. Those who wish to

Colonel Wills H. Rloodgett, general cures female ills when consult the Dr. should bear in mind Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter
August Belmont Dr. :2970 all other means have failed. ,
ss Rogers,
solicitor of the Wabash, were making that he positively leaves Saturday ,
to Gulf Transit Co.
Tampico
efforts to'brin all the parties interested SPRING FEVERS. night for his home in Louisville.Mr. No. i South
Jlortlake Br 1736 Nicolle Tam- Palafox Street.
ss and that in his opinionan
to Gulf Transit together Daring the cold winter months the and Mrs. Charles Clark have AU Kinds
pico, Co.Cleared. amicable agreement would be arrived a oi Plumbing; and Gas Fltttags MaterIals Kept on H.ni

at and that there would be no system Is full of snap and vigor, but sweet little visitor at their home at 1'F.IJl1PH11f1: l .2l '. ""')1'1"\(101-,. Jl'Ivr \,

Ital Ilk Gregorio 88:). Olevari by strike. approach of warm weather produces a the corner of Belmont and Hayne

W S. & Co. for Buenos change; In the body-a reaction sets little
!: Keyser Ayres Colonel Rloodgett when seen after I streets. The stranger came two I
i
with <)02iJii: ) s ft lumber, valtie-1 at the n. The liver, bowels and kidneys days ago and weighs just nine
: court was apparently depressed by become sluggish, and allow an accumulation pounJs'j SAMUEL CHARLES
'r $3,721. K ,
if
decisionhea as ed an appeal
of waste mater. The All mail which was in the Ii
Sailed. would he taken, he said: "It is too ,
Vhina stomach becomes weak and digestion wreck in Alabama yesterday was recovered $ BT AND SHOE MAKER
span ss Uuiz I.i\"C'rp-nl.
4
early to say now whether or not we : ra paired.HKPATICURA. and that portion addressed to ,

VESSELS I IN PORT. will appeal. That will be decided after "- will tone up theher l''ns2C'ol.was received last afternoon .II... REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.z:2d .

the decision: shall have been read I and hOtlsemovo the accumulation anti this morning. None of it was dam I : Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes: Leather: Finding.

of waste matter and you aged. THONK 514. 00. son II PAIAKX STIIHKT.;
Committee Now Ccnfering. I

SteJmShlps.Cnlgoa Pt. Louis, April 1.-W. G. Lee, Vice viil feel bright and cheerful. Sold by Room Xo. 1, on the first floor of the :

Am. ss 2170, Doyle, New all druggibts.Jfudng's. house will be
1 srum' master' of the r.rciherhood of custom building occupied -'

: York to U. S. Navy. I Bad; way Trainmen said today: "The Postmaster Xorthup after its : J. E. DUBUISSOX s BROTHER

ts Cairncra.T. Ur ss, 19":;1. Cibwn, Vera deoi'Km was certainly sweeping. It file Best: ftr 5c. beauty shall have been increased by a I ,

Cruz to :Suiht-rland-Innis Co. completely removes the injunction. fine new carpet of pretty pattern :OltMttl TAIIIC\GONA AND IXTKMUINCIA STREETS,

ti Duranw Span ss. Qumtana,' 2237, 1\\'(' lclie\e now as we always have, CURED OF RHEUMATISM.For which is being laid this aftermxjn. I Dealers in

NevHaven to SutherlanJ-Innes Co the benefit of suffering humanity
that our requests were just and reasonable A convenient bulletin board announcing -
.'- Earlwooil, Ir ss, H?O, Brown. Havana and another attempt will be I desire to state that I suffered se- the time of arrival of mails 5g Choice Staple and Family Groceries, &

to SUll1C'rland-Innis Co. erely with Muscular and Sciatic
male to bring about a peaceful settle has been set up in the postoffice corridor Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too many to enumerate,
r Firth of Forth. Br ss, 1383.: : Brady ment before the grievanca committeeand Rheumatism for flvc years. During and is greatly! appreciated by and Warranted to be the Best the Market Affords and can be

Providence to II. Baars & Co. the: Wafoash: otticials.! Our commit that time I tried various remedies as IleliKl on. We can Duplicate any Order Given us During the
the general public. Weekly schedule
Francisca Span ss! Kcherarria, tee ii now conferring with the \\'abashin well as the prescriptions of several Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Fart of the City.
of mails is also printed on the board.
. 1DOS; Eiluxi, to Gulf Transit Co. I' an endeavor to bring oth sides to- physicians: which afforded me very COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.

Ireen"irh. Br ss. 1SC2.: Cobb DdI -I KtHlier and aft>ct an amicable settle- little, if any, relief. The pain in my As had been expected there were POBox326.

I "'! ize to C. C. Mendel Co. I mEnl.'e will go over the ground tack, hips and legs was a onizin and hundreds of people on the docks last J.E.Dubuisson&Bro.,
'
.1'? Katendn-cht, Dutch ss, Tvenslna, h-i'e thoroughly, but as to our almost unlJearable. I could hardly night; to watch the play of the wonderful PHONE 66.
: Grooor.I..A. .
F.n.U1ily .
;;;;;: V ra Cruz to W. S. Keyser & (''0. I fi.'uro cv.rMS 1 ot course, have nothing walk and thought I would be obliged search lights; of the battleshipsiOne -

f to abandon all business. A friend of of the vessels in the could be -
, : ichkeiih, Br ss 2119, Major, Boston I at this time to say. : gulf

'fl f'.ulf Transit Co.'ith i mine advised me to try Uricsol, seen transmitting signals to the fleet '

f it ) ': ,' Ilr: S3, Sturenhen, HS3, A Great Sensation v.-hich I did reluctantly, and greatly to in he Uy.Messrs. I' MmPV: rySUCCKSSOR

: Kingston to Kix M. Robinson There was a big teitation in Ieesvil'e. my surprise one bottle cured unsound I .
I Simpson Reese and Ewing
I Irene, swed FS. H2.5: Boyesscn\ Ind., whenV.. II. Brown of that and well. I cheerfully recommend I i
Rees .
? were passengers on train X-> ( TO AVERY WOOLFOLK)
I l Tampico to \\". Wittich & ('0. ;I plnoe who was crpec."d( to lie, had: it to all who suffer as I did. 27 yesterday afternoon. The gentlemen i

; I Wilhrmina. Br PS, 1GS2, Bont, Tarn- I his life saved by i-r. Kings New Disco' It is also aery line tonic. It increases went to Florala where they have IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

l1 riCO, to Riv M. Robiuson.iIt I cry for con=urirtion. He writes "I: the appetite, aids digestion business interests. Mr. wing Reese I

Ships. : endured iusu'fcrab'e agonies; fron Hid finally builds up the general has been visiting relatives in Pensaco HARDWARE.

.\;:thnn but your New Discovery pave: if-alth.: You can use this as you I: la fjr a short time.

Caran. Ital >hipCola, hISS, Cape me immediate relief all soon thereafter think best. Very truly, Iron, Xail Axl''!, Hhovfl*, Siw Mill and Steamboat

Ton to 11. Baar & Co. i effect"d a compute cvie.cuics Siraili'r W. B. Dt-LHACII, : Supplies Cooking and He, t'rsr rtives1 Paint, this
I Window Ula,;!!, Guns, Pistol- and Fi-hini Tackle.
Am ship Keuaebock:, 193fi, Lane, t of Consu.iipUon, Pneumonia, :311 Auburn .\\< ., Atlanta. Ga.
Chris Thiesen
I' anti Tinware
Agate
Boston to John A.lrrritt &. Co. Bronchitis and Grip are J Jmrrous.It Nov. Cth, I!ill-. and K-wsefurnislmi Goods.

Indus, KM ship, Oncta, 1111, Marseilles '", the jioeilos-omedy for all throat Druggist soil it at $1,0 per bottle. I : LrAOEXS FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COIPAXY-s2

: to llososco: Bros. :nd Ivng troubles. Price ;jf'c' and $1. Send stamps for broV 1 or particulars, CORNER Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery

Oddere, Nor ship! Sars, 13t',0: Durban Guaranteed byV.. A. D'Alemberte 10 the Uricsol C-c-niial: : Co., Los I Wheel Oo. L ftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kal-
I INTENDENCIA AND BAYLEN STS. somme, Iron King and Buck Stoves and Rang'fWm
to F. O. Howe & Co 1cnte.1 Druggist, lit: S. Pal.ifox ttreet. Trial \ngt-los, Cal or Atlanta Ga. Coups A Co.'a Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's

Saga Nor ship liana. 1221: :! bottles I ret'. For sale by One Block Wen of Palaf x. Made Railroad Colors.

'I, video to muster I SIDXUY CAllX. KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OFLiQUORS Masonic Temple, $ Pensacola Fla.
I Barks. ATTENTION CO. K.
I --- -
-
Advolat SchianJcr: Nor bk, ) CHOICEbTERUIT8 -a
Ia'I'1 You arc hereby orderel to jeport a*. i

aen- A'gon Bay to order I ArU1O!} it 7CD::; Thursday: night, April -OF- r[ [ I TIME TABLE.
A\'Iemoror bk, Hanson 1043,
2, 190J. for muster and in'c'ion.
Rio Janeiro to order C. B. PARKHILL Capt. Com. i f ADCOIfECTIONER ij f fAT LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN .

Ital bk AniPlllna 803.\ Maniace. Mar EFFECT DFXEMBEK 1. 1W1
II
Bellies to 11. Bnarg & Co. THE BLOOD FOR
Enrichftta Accame. Ital bk 993; New Orleans and Mobile.
liver is
the
remain if
Cannot pure

Tassino, Genoa, to S. S. L. Co inactive. One function of the liver is C. APOSTLE'S Family Iledkinal Use
or No.il. :'o4. No.!. NO.1. No.1. o..
Carlo P. Ital bk Boffe. 1Gi:!, Montevideo 1:15
to filter the impurities out of the a Ulftm 1I:0tlp LeneppneacolaArrln 6lOa .:OOp 8:00 p
8:1) a 2:21p: 1lI a Leave_ Ylomaton_ Leave 5:5.1 a tao TI
to order bli o.l. Malaria: or other germs and 14 East GOVErnment a, FOB IIUO a 422p 155 a ......e_ Mobile __ IA-ave 12.51n1 12:111 p n 6:00 p p

Gregoria., Ital bk, Oii\ari, 817, Ten- : poisonous matter cannot remain in -.------ H:25p 7l II Leave _Nw Orleans Leave M:.., p 1:25 a .::.
Formerly Cordova Restaurant Static:
criff to order I when the liver is active.
the system North.No.
The Sailor .
Ijidy renrhyn. Nor bk.;: Andersen, i i'iiJ. HKPATICURA the best liver tonic. Oae car-load of Pineapples at 11.7' or llSffill.I .

Savannah to order ,i It will aid the lim in its work of to $2.00 per dozen. !. No. .. No. I No. '.

Mary A. Troop Br bIt IllS, Walley, I elimination i : it will tone tip the blood -- --- - ---- I Pun--;:: 11:05 pm lS:15p! m Lean.... PenuiacolaArrlye 4eopm I 5am
Swedish nlilt A,uaril. 8U a m 8:57 pm Arrl.e.. Montlom..ry .I.ea.e 11:16 am'' 8:115 pta
Santos ta order. i and keep it normally alkaline. It Js I 1I:5 am i 5O'i pm Arrlv&.Blrmlngbarn _Leav, 8:83am .:lJ6pmI
Uolf Nor bk Torgecsen, 11 iI), Cette NEW SCHEDULE.OF i German Kummel and other brands I 1Oiipm i $:lOa m Arrl1'e_:>ialbvllleLe"n _.__ ___
constitu I
,, the best blood purifier and 1:110. m 8:13. m Arrive ._Loulnllle _Lean 1:11 2i
p m a III
to Master. jot Imported Wines and Liquori.I I TI: a m : 1I:6V. m Arrive ....CincinnatiLean 8:00
1 all m 11:11pm
z I tion builder to be had. Sold by 7:51aml:5)p: m Arrl1'8..Mt.LoaI8IAave p
' Thomas Itil t\;:, Lauro, So:9, Naplesto I Here only you will find the N. c. I :15pm _icp.-
druggists.
master I i STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, Bowen Kentucky Whiskey, :i years PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

Schooners.Don .Ely's Liquid Cream Balm is an old old. No. tI-Vally No.Dally No stop where time
J. N. ROGERS, Manager not shown No.Dally i No. 2.Liip1lb J
-\ Christina, Am sch. 1C3: Axel--: trien.t in a new form. It is prepared Valhalla Branch, corner Carder
: pm fOO I m Lesve..Pensacola..Arrve, 10:1'10 pm'
son. Coatracoalcos! to order. for the particular benefit of sufferers Leave Freeport Monday and street and 10th avenue. 12:111111Ib' 7:11" Uohemla_ 10:31" .8:110::fAI"pm

Mabel Darling, Br sch Sweeting. I' from nasal catarrh who are used to Thursday morning!! 11 II::'" "" I 718 7:18 II" "" _.........Escambas Ynlestra __ U II ioa loss a II 6M"8:01"
Arrive at Pensacola Monday and :
Dunmore Town to master the diseased 11:115": T:25 II U __ Moist II 10:11 II 6:611
in :
atomizer spraying
Thursday night. 11:111I ':28 ___ Harp __ 101" ltIJ
Governor Blake. Br sch. -, Grand I! membrane. All the healing and sooth Leave Peosacola! Tuesday and J J. 1. un 1t:1'JO"II 7:16 "II H" _G'ltCI&1,_.,_.._ 10:11 1:17 '
11:11II __
: 1 fIV Milton I. "
Cayman. to Jao. A. Merritt & Co ; ing properties of Cream Balm are re- Friday night. I 1:10 I m __. U _GOOd KaI1I'_ a. 10:10_ a. ,5:5:65
CarJiner B. Reynolds, Am sch. 331.: I It Arrive at Freeport Wednesday 1,66" 11:11" __ HOI'I__ .' 1:11I 536 "
taine, in the new preparation. II II
1:10 _
8:10: -I "
and Saturday morningAANTALMIDY Ml111g.11 __ 1:10 ':11
:Anderson LaGuayra to order. does not dry up the secretions. Price 1:18" 8:88 II ..Crelt1'lew_ 511 4:00
1:00 II 5:54 M ..,.. .
Contractor and BuiMerl : .DeerLad a ID 1M
including spraying tube, 73: cents. At 1:11"II 8:1a .II. ..1. MOllY Head 8.0 1:1'
':O$ V:. ..DtFDfll&kI5prin 1 '
1:18 I "
:
druggist's or Ely Brothers, 56 II II II
your ':18 5:44
; __ Argyle 'I f:" rll
Warren Street, New York, will mailIt. PLANS, SPEcIFICATIONS AND ':.0' ':67' II _PO Dee de LeoA- a' f:1I a. SIP
Th. Wa1.Capialel are superior! 1:00 II 10:10' M __.Welt1'lIIe, ?:IT .1 1M
tt..1_ ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT 1:08" 10:11' ". __ Cary1'III'_ fII" 1:11I"
\e Gop&1ba. I.. II 10:'" a ......Bon1fay_ II 1:66 "' 1:11 "
CJebt:U4uj .tIou. m 't SHORT NOTICE. ,1g jt Jt 1:00 II 10:11 II .. ..Chlpley .1 55 .. IW"8m
It II ..
I They rare in 48 heart thelune \. J First-Class Work Guaranteed fOO M 11:0'1 II II a.COttOndaie_ '8:18 II 12:11 II OiI
.Satisfies OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine < and 11:26 .....M.rlaana.. II 8:00" I2U"
J.iseues wIthout uy nxllr -; References Furnished 7m" 11:61" .a. .. --.Cypres. a 1:18" 11:611 1 III
and oysters today. Try them. w.izriG. SOLD BY'W.D UGCISTi 7.0 II. 11:61" .....GranlS Rlde.... II In II Ut"

.-tziste_ appetite 2?ic APOSTLE. <;0.. -_. ,.. .,v 414 EAST IXTEXDEXCIA ST ji1 7M'' lllA 11:011 noon II AnlnB1Y1rhnoUoDLean" __ Mneah 11 1:10"II I 13L 1050: II







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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY.. APRIL Si '1903 '


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GOOb PILOT STORY $6oooo Per COAL ARRIVED FOR REMARKABLE CURES .tAre ij

DEVELOPED TODAY. DayThis FLEET TODAY. j .

today I Being Made Daily Free of Charge !t. .

.It developed that there yet is the average sum paid The big collier Dorothy arrived in by the Red Cross Physicians Who I!"..iJf- .;.

exists a little'unpleasantness in the port this morning with a full cargo of Are Located at 111 West Chase .r I\; .

Pilots' Association caused by a refusalon daily to policy-holders by The the best steam coal for the fleet. The Street-Services for Three Months t 'f": lJ1; '

the part of Pilot James Stearns to Mutual Life Insurance Com- steamer came up the bay and dropped Are Given Free to All Invalids Who 1U .

sign the new agreement and to agreeto anchor between the flagship and the 1.
Call Upon Them Before April 21. f \
pay his pro rata for the purchase of pany of New York. Multiplythat Massachusetts. Tht coal came from t" ,
the pilot boat. It Is the of the A staff: of eminent physicians and II .
purpose
association by a year and the wonderof Norfolk and Is the second cargo t3: surgeons from the Red Cross Medical ; k
as it now is made up to be brought here by the same steamer. Institute have at the urgent solicitation J L

reImburse the purchasers of the Kwa- the amount disappears when The last cargo was discnarged at the of a large number of patients under '
rr :
& sind. This is unofficial information their care in this country estab I 31j -,
;
; 1.11E learn navy yard just previous to the arrh'alof
however. To purchase the boat would you how and where the lished a permanent branch of the In. : :t1'' :
the fleet. All the ships will be fiDea .
;
stitute in this at 111 West Chase
city .1
mean an expense to the association of largest accumulation of trust with the fuel at their present anchor. street. Jt 1

'ri YIIr I about $235 per member. While this funds in the world age and will be ready for sea on April The eminent gentlemen have deck 1. '

E amount could be easily paid by the is invested, 20 as ordered by the CommanderinChief. to gIve their services entirely free ; f'i'ed

resisting pilot, still it is stated he positively as shown in "A Banker'sVill. for three months (medicine'escepted), "
to all invalids who call upon them for: t
refuses to pitt up the cash for t
treatment between now and April 21sL! '
the principle of the thing he says. This book is sent on request. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. These services consist not only of con 1 :

Pilot Stearns is said to hue approached sultation's, examination and advice, but i11(
This
Company nnki also of minor surgical operations. The f. ,
ht
Pilot John Maloy with a first la There will be of' '
Assets a regular meeting *
i object in pursuing this course ia to *( :$;
proposition to go into a combination Ftrst-In Amount Paid Policy-holden. I l'become I and '
the Chamber of Commerce tonight at rapidly personally acquainted -
buy a boat and "buck" the entire asso- Fsnt-In-"e. 7:30 o'clock, at which time the secretary !!'I with the sick and afflicted t't'I : i;
lation. Mr. :Maloy would not consider 'and under no conditions will any ; c
such THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE will tender his resignation and Large whatever be made for any services 1 I f
any a proposition and advised I
other important business will be trans rendered for three months to 1Ff
Captain Stearns against longer hold. COMPANY OF NEW YORK all who call before Arril 2lst. The 11 f R4
'' '' acted. .''Ii
: "SHEWAS BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY: ing to his arbitrary position. The gentleman RICHAUD A. McCuRDV, President. doctors treat all forms of diseases and -t I
.f'
is holding out against all corners Nassau Cedar, Williams and Liberty deformities: and guarantee; a cure in I j.i1'j( '
!
Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat Bis
every case ..iey nndeitake. At the til. r;.
however
l CdliocH-TneDisTiller-Owensboro.KenfuchY.I I I I I I stated will, and oppose in some the whole quarters its Streets, New York, N. Y. cuits, and Force with Cream at Sol- first interview a thorough examination : \
asso- oman's. 15 made and. if incurable you are ;i ; or
ciation. Tablecloth. frankly told so; also:; advised against :'. "
With the exception of this little diversion Tablecloths are marked nowadays on I ::)peiidiu; money for useless; treatment .jll :1.

\L EEAR &. CO., DISTILLERY ISTRIBUTORS, PENSACOLA, FLA.A everything is passing oft the diagonal line from the center to one NAVAL STORES MAUKKT.Besotted : Male and female weakness, catarrh i (' ;jl.I
of the corners the initials! !Jt'inguli and catarrhal deafness; also vanocqle, ii-! :
pleasantly, and things are looking Daily for The Newt b) "R
------- and all diseases
------ ly put about one yard from the center rupture goitre, cancer
LESSON IN HEALTH. For Over Sixty Years. bright fur friendliness in the future. They may be placed parallel to this Union Naval Stores Co. t of the rectum ate positively! t' ltP; 141
'
11'01111'1. cured their treatment } I. ;
by new ,
!Inejs filter the impuri MP8. WINSLOW'8 800IHIXG SrSUP hi, perpendicular- line.or diagonally.. W W ?_.___U 00 H____ __'240WG Their chief associate! surgeon of tho : I 1'>' .1 \'
TWO STEAMERS HERE
h'ood' and unless they been aged for over sixty year by millions ol --- _____ 3 roll G_ _.____ 220 institute will be in personal charge. ;,1 ii.
mothers fur tbeir children wblle teething, FOR TAMPICO COAL. ;______ i.Sei F-_.__ till Offices 111 Rest Chase. =1
1! h.'alth is impossible.with perfect success. soothes the child, fe $_____ 3il) E._ .__ 2 D'1a Office hours, 9 a. m. to 7 p. m.: Sun- t;* : 11.!i,

.;. I i\ ".' .v Cure makes sound .oft"aUbe gumsallays all painenrtJswlnd The British steamship August Bel- ___ :3 20 p_...__ sat! ,Ia;'s. 10 to 1, l t ;
will positively cure all aollc,and U the best remedy for Diarrhoea. mont and the Mortlake entered il>rt t______ t d Ctbl\ll)"__ 2 t5 i !
It will relieve the little sufferer im t .f 1
poor _
7ISJTS TUaPIE T'U- fa nothing doing CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR :
.
1 !'": 'v and bladder disease mediately. Bold by Druggists In evi-ry part this morning, three and six days respectively .

:. ..- he whole system. \r.or toe world. Twenty-flve cent a bottle from Tampico.: Both vessels Satisfies THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED !I'T' r;
Be J Ifpdgin 5, iKe &est JOT QC. ROOM MARSTON & QUINA'S. '1 !. : :
.\ '. ,. 'J... 121::! South Palafox sure yon kfor"Mn.Wlnslo1f's800th. ran up to Muscogee wharf where AT y. t tr;
agSyrup,' and tike no other kind.PARKER'S. taste and appetite .. { I
hey Mil! load over ten thousand tons -- "

of coal for Tampico. This coal trade J. A. VAN PELT. J- C. VAN PELT. r ;i s

\ iiur.init'Pd: Cure for files g has grown so big! of late that: three 'il 1 fJ

::!: .t:, 1 .inJ, I'.leedintf or Protruding Clttnm HAIR ud bnuufet BALSAM the hilt stramships hare been required to keepup VIRITINGPAPERREASONABLY. VAN PELT BROTHERS i :
Pruuuttt .
luurunl
I.ft. V ar druggUt will refund your _- Never rails to Erstore growth.any the su;|>ly. The Belmont and
,
D ;-vit ru OINTMENT fails to cure Hair to its Youthful Colon
I Cure*nip divur It haf falliifc Mortlake will load immediately ands
r. : nt 1 *H-..Dd.WIlt Itmptji GROCERS.tJ' '
iJ back to Tampico. Time was when Papyrus or Paperwas STAPItE ftp fANCY :
--- -- --- --
an expensive lux.try.
AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT?
D. HALE WILSON Only the very wealthy could afford J

Unusually a hacking cough and a to write letters in those days. FRESH LINES OF DELICACIES RECEIVED DAILY AND DELIVERED I Il4.:
general feeling of weakness often : J1"
Now the cost of has ANY PART OF THE CITi. IE,1Have
production
leading to fatal results after the
patient
Real Estate and Rental : A't
Agent been low that almost \ '. '
is supposed to have passed the figured so any
Assortment of Anti-Rust Tinware. ,Positively ; A J! .
Added to Stock a Complete .: i .l
and
danger point. Foley's; Honey one can afford Pretty Paper. .
Guaranteed Not to Rust. This is that Housekeep- r 44
Something
Tar is to the
guaranted cure "grippe ..
UW South Palafox Street, Take for instance, our 25c boxes. ).
cou h" and make you strong and ers have not had the Opportunity to Purchase Before. 1 i4- ., !
TELEPHONE IVO. 243. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA well. It never fails to stop a coughIf We have a dozen styles to select ;;

taken in time. Take no subsii from.

tutes. Rough paper or smooth paper, ruled VAN PELT BROTHERS, : t:>

Classified Advertisements. paper or unruled paper, white paperor
FRANCHISE COMMITTEE
colored paper. TELEPHONE NO. 23J .* J* ,;A 31 EAST GARDEN ST. ;
HELD MEETING TODAY. : /
And every one of them a paper .
----- - -- fi/:

ONE CENT A WORD. The franchise committee held a that will lend a correct tone to almost : Doors and <# : I

.
-- meeting late this afternoon and is any kind of correspondence.Of .' :
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TO LOAN .-- WANTED.WANTHDOrganizers -. understood the to have framed a report papers course and ,there we have are some.lower-priced beau'yful Window Screens .'\ '
Wt\ \\ for an established on application of the Pensacola ,( .i' ,
10c .will
I Fraternal Insurance Company Terminal Company and will present high-priced boxes at .that THOUGHT ;
HAVE YOU OF :
Uu' .. .1' ,'. :onable terms and with latest plans and business same to the council meeting this eve- please the most fastidious .corres : ;
WI. '" '.,. .. ,' I pondent.All i THE J'ROT CTIOXSD 1'-1 t'l
methods. Large salaries pail ning. There is of course nothing given -
j. W. BULLARD '
and of 'r THEY AFFORD? l{
latest shades COMFORT
the shapes N
-' :;, II' Pit ifox, Up-Stairs. good men. Writ for full particu- out until the report is read to the fl
J. \Vii.sox, Manager.; lirs. THE UNITED AMCRICAXS, council but it is lerstood! that the writing paper at 3 Get Prices Now. : I4./i

Warder ni.lg., Washington D. C. recommendations will conform favorably I t'


MONEY TO LOAF March 2Soav4vXrCD= \ The meetingviil to what the be company held early asks this for. J. M. GOE'S, ill G. DeSilva & Co. I'f: ntTolephono i x

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On <" Id ,'')<,d-=, horses, wagon!' W \ once an AI presser all evening.A '

i':: ?' ,;. I. d all other kinds of 1.ix's\ tailor bhop, 9 West In- I BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 11. I :I! I
i.-; "i u tv: ".,"rty. Business pri- 11 1',1i'
v.. -" :t. -,t erecy gaarantfed. tpndencia street. mJl-tf. GOOD SUGGESTION I 203 South Palafox Street,

-i > :S.1' ,i l.11 ,x M. A. A. t.'j-her, FOR ADMIRAL HIGGINSON.A PF.N'-UCOIA. i:1
2m.tfS10.NKY WANTED 6 YOU G MEN from <\ The : ; ::
EnCiunhia County at once to pre Star i..

; TO .).\:\-\\'. R. Men- pare for P.isitious in the Government gentleman suggested this morningthat Laundry PI
wr ,'r. I., in At:ant. Money to Service Apply to Admiral Iligginson le nq'tested !TA k i r Iks\ r I h G

b!"4i!. it r. a-"sable" rate of interest Iuter-State Corres. Inst.la. to have all the ships hang: out their Biggest Busiest Best :ttn t
Cedar: Rapids, :
u; "II'(r' '"d -K-urity. Olice! 112 and Incandescent lights on the night: of ,

ill :N'nth 'l\rr\'u t street._ d&wlrnWANTED April 13: iollowing the boat races. INSURANCE ...t

MONEY TO LEND: -All kind of empty beer Each shir Is capable of displaying several -I AND
on improved
rt-ai M.re. 111 1.Ir'l'6 or small bottles. H. A. Friedman. n9-tf hundred bulb lights at one time Ii
REAL ESTATE
t.for "I""I"T
arm"unto :at low rate of interest. I'or ItcntFORRESTIn and the glorious illumination wouldhe ey Speak :
fall .m Lc-lie! K. Brooks, attorney -' an eminently befitting conclusionto No. South Palafox Street.
at Uw14, : :f5.. Palafox St., Fisber opera house bnild-
builJIIo' the day's sports. The suggestion is Partial list of dwellings for rent In
3mlm door and
ii'K Uti ground one store
MOXKY 'o.D.YIJO teed clhce; ousecoua floor, three offices. an excellent one, and it is hoped the various parts of the city: f Themselves\ !W t} f.

you feb2t admiral will:I regard the same in a favorable $fJO.: -Corner Baylcn and C'r'antedstreet.
mint : Ynu can borrow ks
any
aui
I nll' ai.d lowst rates anywhere ?1.DO and J2.00::! week; with good with 9 rooms. and CutIs we Launder peak for yj 1 1theriselves. 'It

obtan. iiii!) on unproved city real board $;;.00 week; central location For liver troubles and constipation $523.:; -North Barcelona street, :2: story They will talk: louder :f rot. 'p

Mat PJial" i i-.iiu Win. Fisher 204j 8. 26 South Spring street between There's nothing better in creation dwelling with 12 rooms. All ILa.: we can. We want to be judged .r3..t 1'>j t j4
'1 Strt. lU-tt .
West Romana and Garden streets. Than Little Early Risers, the famous modern convenience, bath on inoieoy the work we do than by tJ s f.'a 1

IF YUL'w me to borrow money, in- Transcient solicited. ml9-lm little pills. upper floors, corner lot nice what we say. U. 'I:

T(>,>1 1I"'il..' !'> injure your property Little Early Risers are different :yard and shrubbery, stables, gib' \{.
fr tr FOR HAL.B.
i ab-tracts: of title buy or I fi .':
*.:.i 1 '' tl from all other pills. They do not outhouses, etc.

ate tl--nption state,, rent have property rents col-of FOR HALE-The most desirable weaken the system, but act as a tide $10.-Corner Baylen and Ce\antes ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods CSM for ail>l MlUGl Fm, f f-'
lots in
Itl'r..j the: city ou easy terms, by
1 "ir y.mr ta\fs attended to, to the tissues by arousing the secrc
with 8
the Fisher Real Estate dwelling rooms. '
fill "'. .;tidre.s'I'hos.C. Watson Agency I TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. j.f
r"' 1d K-tate; : and Insurance 2012 South Palafox.OlsAlnCHEAP. ISalm tions and restoring the liver to the $23:;.-North Palafox street; a nice one ::

A.-:.:s I' u: -:acobt: Fla. Charges -}' -- -.--Roll top--desk hill performance of .its functions na story modern dwelling with WALKER INGRAHAM Manager. KS1

tt' .'' 'lo I'n'r\'oue who buys new. Leslie E. Crooks, Fisher Build- turally. Hargis' Pharmacy, John hard wood floors, all modern f-1 llfiV '
a' "
i ii- we will lend money ins. 23n lra. Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. con\"en i ences.
*:: .t build td tf I '
.. : a house. -
I $::!2.iO.-no: : West Gregory street; 2
-- FOR SAL, at a bargain-The three
fort \ u. I SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. story dwelling with 7 rooms. LOYAL[ STANDARD WHISKEY r \:
: room house, re\v and lot 43; feet ;
F't: "1' :" Il'f Kcjs. Owner I front by 146 teN ti inches deep located By virtue of a decree of foreclosure. $20.-210 North Barcelona street; 2

I'" ',u, l>y calling and at this. I ; at southeast corner Gregoryand rendered of the by the Circuit Hon.Court L. J.of Reeves Escam-,-, story dwelling: with S rooms. I boars Old, ia Casts cf f 4 Full Quarts, at $3.20 per case j
pruIerly payM7tf Judge
street 5 o
::, $13.; -:Sll: West Garden ; room 1 If.
;i"e. :: "H"strt'et. Cjquire on premises bia County, State of Florida, in the

H i 122::!::! B street. case of LOUISA LOLMAX against C. cottage. Td WHISKEY distilled at the Nelson Co., .!'Ii f.Ky. f.
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to CIHAli iti' 1 al. I will Mondaythe $l.;; -313: North Spring street; Groom t -
SCmlw: W. Pfeiffer et on JL .. Distillery, and ia i fully matured in wood t -it-
hk s.\ UKIRXE-Manufac- 6th day of April A. D. 1903, sell house with gas, water, etc. before bottling it is! absolutely pare and not ex .: '1

'ar f--| : i ,,;, t Articles Hair Oil door of the court house in the city of ao matter where produced. The Royal Standard 1 ;tl'i
-,' Wt; Government street, BOARDING HOUSE:i at Wneeler Pensacola at 12 o'clock M. the following room :2 story dwelling. H; eight years old when bottled, and, considering i :
Springs, Mary Esther, Fla.. Mrs described property to-wit: J1230.-so( East Gadsden street, 5 its excellent quality is the cheapest whiskey In w..: ''J

LOST. Condon, proprietress. All the that certain piece or parcel of real room cottage. the market at that price. As a beverage, and as '' 'Y. I i
comforts of home at very reasona estate known as lot Xo. Two ((2) in 5 an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better '
lUoiT-o: (} ... -m -cnvased.backed ble rates. Northern tourists will Block "0", containing thirty (CO) feet $11.-611 East Belmont street, room Shipped in cases containing: no marks whatever to -j' '.

**1'' '" 'r' bi find this an ideal place to spend a front Palafox cottage. indicate contents. If .
>iik. containing names three (3) inches on purchaser upon examining 1
and, lJre.| vice ? ,u'il.! Reward for the retur. U.B\IUVAL. said depth fronting the alley betweenthe rooms. can return the same at our expense and tionsy j '
': '? this oUiee. R. R. or E. Old Market Lot and said lot Two 6 will be refunded. 1.10 I'll >
Intondentia street,
<;>-!:!,ut. or J. E. Clement No. B. L. DIAMOND, the tailor has removed ((2) as more fully appears on plan $12.-419 East All orders should be accompanied by either : : ;

Jl_"'" :!'iTarricona. 24Mf to HJa West Governmentstreet drawn oy Theodore Moreno and said room cottage. siturvruaao currency postoffice money order bank draft or express f, "

LL-H .. opposite Express office, plan adopted by Board of Aldermanof 10.-Corner Baylen and Cervantes n = money order. We refer to First National t i
..fi!, i7 l:ty3. Gold Watch. where he is prepared to clean, repair said City of Pensacola on the 24th 4 cottage. AL Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. h' '>> '
streets room
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Cav N and press ladies' and ('ntlemens' .', :t
;';77ti; Duber Boss filled of A. D. 1S6G. This being
July
day 5
lOBor made ,'llt>J. 16j3m $10.-136 East Chase street, room I yt
fa" ", "-r'mnie C. R. W. on the the same property purchased by Patrick S. A. FRIEDMAN N ='

y" ,; ,,'" returned -'I hot>Ifiliecm" .. Maloney in the City of Pensacola cottage. ,
Reward if
LaRua street, 4 room ;t
''"i v sx> N as per deed recorded in the CI'rk'sOffice $ 9.-910 East -
? \"ir.inus.i l l Sst. u. s. M. c., ALFMAN, umbrella maker, 315 of said County of Escambia. cottage.A SOLS PROPRIETOR. PEXSACOLA. FLA. f1;
Ll > SmofLM South Palafox street. R .cover- tenements, hered .
__ Together with the large list of smaller dwellings, as r J 4I'll
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,)t., ini: and: repairing umbrellas, and itaments and appurtenances thereunto P. O BOX 4 IK. TELEPHONE 179 '* J.!;
.. .Illo! Ian dos;, answers to parasols a specialty Silk cover! belonging or appertaining! the well as a number! of. stores and of K > ,
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"t'tr,1t'i l i. ;car on left hindr _always on. hand jan 3_ whole free from all exemption and Sees far rent. Lail .
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.,' v* ir.l! Dresses homestead. THOS. WATSON & CO., .A.r wDM-J \,
if reti>rned to res1 made from $1.50 up. Other right of + -' handle class
of
__ every Liquors oold, In "{
I 1 I.. \;. lUiams, 227::! Xorth sewing: as reasonable, 26 South Deed at cost of. P.purchaser.GEO. WEXTWORTH, Leading, Real Estate, Rental and bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices that -.t' :

Spring between West Romana and Insurance Agents 1 South Palafos: are wiy down. : j :
Master in Chancery.Ml
k: Special .
Garden streets. ml9lmfa Haw 4w oaw. street. lI AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER

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aunt, Mrs. W. H. Pleasants, in New ..t FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.ao.oo.
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Captain Davis entertained at an.. $
:y Powder prepared luncheon aboard the
"GOOD LUCK" Baking elegant today .............. NNNNNNNI
Alabama, to :Mrs.: Parker of Mobile, t
T by an eepeclal Formula that produce the greetMt -
Miss Daisye Hyer, Admiral Higginson dllrr01
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possible leavening Power and the most Lieutenant Evans, and Mr. W. B. .1. -.'t1,,: ,. ,,. ; ,=
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nutritious and wholesome bread. Ita power in Wright. .. !I.,.

i." the oven id what bas placed It flptl in the eatimaUon Miss Wilkinson of Greenville, Ala..
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of the people of this country. and Miss Willock of Newport Xews, YES, ABSOLUTELY FREE
who have been the charming and eau (Means Grocery
much admired guests of Miss Isabel We have placed in our store a box which contains
Richmond. Virginia.'
Dell this winter, lett on Saturday for
their home to the regret of their JAMES McHUGH, Prop. TWENTY DOLLARS.We .

i..1 many friends here.TRAVELING .
will give a key to this box FREE with every $2.00 purchase.
2
SOCIAL ECHOES : : IS DANGEROUS. ROASTED COFFEES with every $4.00 purchase; 3 keys with every $6.00 purcl ase. poly ke,I
I I Constant motion jars the kidneys, TWO KEYS will unlock the box. When keys have all been sVen' cut

.......................... which are kept in place in the body by -+lND+- you may try your keys.

The Daughters of the King will delicate attachments. This is the 1.
TEAS The First Key to Unlock the Box
Take3
hold their regular monthly meeting reason that travelers, trainmen, streetcar $ BLENDED .$

Friday afternoon. April 3rd. at 3:30, men, teamsters and all who drive $15.00.The
f ail they desire to attend services after very much suffer from kidney diseasein OUR SPECIALTIES. .
tha meeting. A large attendance is some form.' Foley's Kidney Cure I
i ii. Second Key to Unlock the Box
earnestly urged. strengthens the kidneys and cures all : Takes
form of kidney and bladder disease.] Cl)
The many friends of Miss Emma I Geo. E. Hausan, locomotive engineer, t $5.00.You .
Johnson will be sorry to learn that she Lime, 0., writes: "Constant vibra- i. Wa l i -o t

L is very ill, and hope for her speedy re.covery. tion of the engine caused me a great = .- Are Entitled to the Contents Without Reserve. IT IS YOURS
deal of trouble with my kidneys, andI I", .
J We will give due notice through the papers when all keys are left
got no relief until I used Foley's InS Ojt
: Come around and look at the RED BOX!
Chaplain Rennolds entertained charmingly Kidney Cure." W. A. D'Alemberte, C I

_ a party of his little friends 121 South Palafox street. X t ...
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is needles to say that they had a fine, SINGING SCHOOL I z c .
time. I WILL MEET TONIGHTThe ", MEYER SHOE CO.
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The reception {riven by the captain regular weekly meeting of the : La, r"C, .
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and officers aboard the Massachusetts Presbyterian Singing School will be s c n ti& Feet Furnishers for Cash Oulj.
yesterday afternoon was in every waya held this evening at the Presbyterianchurch pt

most charming success. The decks. at halt past seven o'clock. The t z I V i 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
were handsomely decorated ith bun-: attendance is steadily increasing every i& .
ting and flags, where splendid music week, and the officers are very much 0 ti ....".
was rendered and dancing was indulged gratified at the interest manifested.All 'gI
'!' in by of the members of the and
many guests. congregation I ? JAHES HUGHES
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IQ the cabins and ward room the Sunday school are cordially requestedto ,
decorations were very dainty. The delicious attend. Prof. J. W. Spencer, mu i
refreshments were served from sical director, will be in charge, andis HIGH GRADE GROCERIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

the beautifully appointed table, the in qualified to give
every respect
centerpiece a minature boxer in I >.:< Feed Stuffs of All Kinds. jj
the instruction.NO
green necessary i BOILER AND MACHINE f W WORKS.
with a small fountain playing in it. PHONE 105.
rr. The fountain was held by a small sail- SERVICES ATCHRIST i. .1

r or, and around the mound was the CHURCH FRIDAY. .......NI.INON NNNNMfONNTAKE ...........

1" word "conquer." ----- --- -- -- -- --- BOILERS AND MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD.
'V The other decorations were in handsome The announcement is made today NOTICE.To A Thoughtful Man.
,t,.: carnations and smilax. that there will lie no services at M. M. Austin of Winchester, Indo,
whom It may concern: Sol to 807 South Palafox St.
.t 1 The guests lingered late enjoyingthe Christ Church Friday morning as is knew what to do in the hour of need.
1 hospitality of these charming and the usual case. The regular services On and after this date all Resolutions His wife had such an unusual case of PHONE 123 and 292. POSTOFFICE BOX #;4.
i" attractive hosts. will be suspended for that day atone. Cards of Thanks, Excursions or stomach and liver trouble, physicianscould
Entertainments to whicn an admis- - -
i ----- not help her. He thought of
1 Mr. John Campbell Avery, Jr., arrived The street cars stopping in front of sion is charged, and simi'ar notices, and tried Dr. King's New Life Pills
U yesterday from Athens, for ai Jacoby's make it convenient for the will be charged for at regular zdver- and she got relief at once and was GREENHUT & CO.:

visit of a couple of weeks to his family. ladies. They will find what they want tiling tates.MaltaVita. finally cured. Only 2oc; atV.. A. A
, \ without going further.
Shredded Wheat Biscuits D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 S. Pal- ,
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afox .WHOLESALE GROCERS
">f and Force with Cream Soloman's. street.
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: Miss Stella Avery is at home again Those who cough at night may secure .
J much to the delight of her many rest by taking Piso's Cure for We will launder your srreada for

+,N .. fril'u.ls. She has been visiting her Consumption. See Hudgins new style of label. like 15 cents ijw.each star and Laundry.make them look Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St., PENSACOLA, FU.k .
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