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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 3, 1903
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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[,A*5 YESTERDAY AND ONE United States. SECRETARY WATSON TENDERSHIS NEW ORLEANS PREPARING EX APPLICATION OF THE TERMI I At this point Alderman Uaars realized &,). f' ; ,I -
Chicago, April 2.-The breaking ofa "
RESIGNATION WHICH WILL I boa muddled the thing was and C f ; "
.r-. : KILLED! IN MELEE. plaster cast will tell whether little TENSIVELY FOR THE COMING NAL COMPANY. : 1f t j'-
said he was at sea. lie didn't know ? ; .. a
Lolita Armour is to be a cripple for BE ACCEPTED WITH REGRETS.The it d. "
GATHERING OF VETERANS. wheree wore at, but the reading H I '
life or perfect' and sound in body. I I,
proceeded on motion of Alderman pit' t: .t
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-,lay but orderlies j Armour, are spending anxious hours, Chamber of Commerce held a read in the council I fl i i ,1 }
New Orleans, April Preparation: j j meeting last ni;ht I. The fifth portion of the section relating r_; :k.
:,Iii awl l he was fouud for on the lath of April the question regular meeting last night and imme when the application of the Pensacoia :; 4
: [for __ the! Confederate reunion, which : ; to schedule was amended so : : I ) i \I : ,

.: : iiaj, basking in the will be answered.On diately ::.ft?r being called to order begins May 9ih, are now well unlerwjiy. Terminal Company was taken up on that the cars In the city would run i i .. .'

!it a dusky maid that date Dr. Lorenz, the Vienna the resignation of Secretary Thomas Everybody is taking hoB and second reading. Amendments and from 6 a. m. to 10::SO: p. m. daily, and If' ;. ? ;. ; 'i..' "': :.;

:,_ him time to bid his: surgeon, who came to this country Watson was read, that gentleman .,, changes generally were so the Eirrancas ur -,
there Is no doubt about the success of. numerous I en line trom C:20 a. m. 7J:, 'I'; ,.
m{ farewell! the negro especially to treat the little heiress explaining that the reason for such be the greatest reunion ever held in th-j : that, should it pass the body in Its to 10 p. m., during certain months In '"'' 'j-! 'I! ,

'- into the street and la millions, will return and break ing handed in was ihat the duties incumbent Sojth. I I present shape, it is doubtful if the I i h e >ear. Alderman Moyer voted ft" ;/ : .I 't"t""t' .'

'tie wharf, where he was with his own hands the cast that he on the office had grown to be A number of novel featjres will bintroduced. -? :company will accept it. One of the against this change. j.; ; ,; : .}

t. : c itur from his ship are placed about the little cripple's so arduous of late that to give proper Each state division will''. company officials stated last night Alderman Keyser offered an amend }I i... / f, :"
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limbs. attention to the position' necessitateda have a hand preceding It in the parade. I[ that the legislation of the council was ment at this point, which called oa J f:: f.:. : "

,n:ll: two ships were laying Surgeons interested in the case who neglect of his own business. The office Fourteen yourg hdies of the highest my unsatisfactory.The the company to pass without charga i : t i-," '1'

. .1.-i alien a third one are have studied Dr. Lorenz's method of had been held by him, Mr. Watson Confederate standing will ride in a I Knowles tran
purpose of conveying the hone setting are convinced that the explained, for eleven ; to the council without i
years previous beautifully decorated: tallyho: at the 1 recommendation tary departments. Alderman Green ; ; . ,L
t ,- black to the ship he had little patient is cured. to the organization cif the Chamber head of the parade, and will be j nownj by the franchise committee was cruel enough to want the sanitary M 4

:41: negro oarsmen were in Mr. Armour said tonight: he held the secretaryship of the as nera'ds.! They will!! be dressed en- After this had been read, :Mr. A. c.1 inspectors tj wear uniforms. :'' .,'. : 14' ",

". ; and this is what made it all"ins "At first we intended to take little Pensacola Board of Trade, for about: tirely in white and will have banner Binkley, appearing for a number "of The last request was that any time r,. .: a', ,ei,,,,,:;1' ; ::

:: .aterestln Lolita to Vienna, but business matters ten years, making an uninterrupted denoting the state they represent residents of East Hill, petitioned that I lost in the construction by unavoidable :t' 1, ;{ :, 'II' .:_
!! ; black was held be- interfered. I have arranged with service of the railroad be 11 i ,H
twenty-one jears. and the coats of arms of the states !:| company granted a delays be added to the time allowed J4 :.1 f

., lards and was not allowed the doctor to come to this country President Blount expressed! regrets will be wrought in flowers on the 1: franchise to run the lire along i th or. by the city for a completion of t 'f .; ': i ;' ,

!,!'h as much treedum as lie again and complete the operation he of the body for losing such a i I Cervantes Jackson at the '
sides; of the tallyho the states have!I street or the lines. This was agreed to. f' ", ,
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FO splendidly cc option. Binkley then !
already !See!! asked ID: name the voting comJlan gave the amended ordinance vas f: r. i J;.. '. :
. : look tor trouble. He throw } our little one will soon he well. vote of thaI;) \'as.: lered Mr. ladies. They Mill!! be accompanied in i 1 rt'aslJnsh this should be given, one refprml the ordinance and engrossing : s :;1

:al -liir,; and bloke the cam Lolita was optraud upon Oct. 12 Watson upon n.Ji4 I {If :'111. .A. V.Iciubbs. th" tallyho by a'w Orleans sponsor (I I of which was the fact of the line pass committee, but it was otated during : 1.:{ \ l \ ..t!a'!' '11

. when he applied a dirty name by Dr Lorenz for congenital dislo *" as hostess.: I ing school No. 4'). The gentleman was :: a recess of fire minutes which was: .1" '..! 't.aI l i '11
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the white bluejaekets. for re cation of the hill.MUTINOUS. A will be elected at the given respectful attention and at the .7 i 1
cHary The tallyho Mli le receded by theMmnrhis : then declared! that not one councilman. :Y, )j

location in the city 10 the next meeting.The I : bugle corps of 43 pieces,,!i conclusion of his remarks the clerk I knew the contents of the paper just .t.t" "i. f i. ': I
". >or .er had the negro pro SEAMEN. matter of Cuban quarantine was read: a nume'rcui-ly signed petition in t, '
: composed of your; society men who I lalioriousiy read: j 1.' H ,11 j
words than the white brought up, and the matter was disposeu I nave been in training for tae propose !''surport! of what Mr. Binkley had said: ,The bond ordinance was then taken r' I t to! : I ,I' 'i.,1 i
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sprang II of by the introduction and adop- :| The reunion parade will!! form on St.i Alderman Green called attention to up and read rind: was referred to the ..' 1t : :, "
at ini In the Uinted States. 'j
things were once -
lion of the following resolutions: i Charles: :avenue, with tic right at Mel : the fart tint; the franchise gave the finance commines. Both papers will i, i' ,tj
lack: London, April 2.The authorities "
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I Duck, Wr reis, the United States govern pomene and extending around Lee comprny the option to build on two come up in special n't>('ting. i' 'f '.\ I
bargain and a cote. have ordered Police Inspector
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1 went, through: Surgeon General WlterWjman circle into Howard avenue, Camp streets, Ith or Gadsden street and ;
.J] .. lute seamen intersaklorsmPddletl.:: tain information regarding the five in correspondence: with United street and to Canal street and will Jackson street. On motion the slight MR. HERMAN NEUMAN TO .1. .
States Senator Ctrr.aek at the ir>- move around Lee circle down St.Charl .'change of ihe substitution of Cervantes WED MISS MOLLYE KAHN. '. tJ : I
'. : mutineers of the llruish bark Veronica ; .
stpncf of The IiternatioLal Quarantine I street was made. ; F I
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njhting and. from Ship Island, who were street }
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\ Bureau, J, :M. Lmdsej, M. D,, will disperse: after passing: around that I President NoriLtip was present and Mrs. Caroline Kahn this morning ;;:.t 1. 'r ),j
ere inserted.: Of- landed at Liverpool Jan. 20, by the r
Brunswick. President, under date cf February 17,, magnificent; street. No place'/ iu the; : stated that the company preferred to issued hviiations te the? marriage! of a t-::, F
British steamer
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i. 1003 has decided that Cuba is not '! down kith: street to Jackson, her toMr. i
Kahn
United States.lm bc"<>r facilities' lor run Miss Mollyc daughter, < : ;
I ;ke older and The Veronica was burned at sea I' '
i I. ; : now considered infected with jel'.ow vvwing:: the ) ni..- j thence west and connect with the Hertaan P. Neuman, on Wednesday 'J : f. ,
when April 20, and four members of the j .
; -.iped; they fever, nor was tint island infected in Reservations for the e'ivUiop and line on Alcaniz street. This will be evening!:::, April 15, at S o'clock. 'tfb'; t tti ; J
crew, who were picked up near the i t,
" 1 L IH::!. and: department: comaianders and their a great convenience for the corps of The wedding will take placed at Temple ..I m' 'I t
\iral island of Madecia by the Brunswick :
i limp sea- Wh re-as, The quarantine regulations FolKJnsUS and meids etc, have been I workmen at the railway shops. Beth,HI. a, f fis I. 1 ,-
u Mn.iied. intoi were charged; by the colored cook, "" fi
; and requirements: enforced during male at the St. Cnarles hotel. Empty ) At this announcement on the part !\ ,j" t. I j
he ,, Moses Thomas, also one of the stir I '
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vivors. with having murdered Capt. I
;i :itlontinn.witnessed I l orts of entry, in the United States,, and sheets iurui-he-l for the uni- was on his feet and stated that the At''j t' .fi; ; .1
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.- 'yule Shaw, of the Veronica; the mate of 'j }
i. were practically an embargo, in effect,, fe-imed: veterans who desire to b2: furnished railroad company: bad' nothing! to do A Change In Food Can Do Wonders : n
L tint no policemen that vessel, Mr. McLeod; the second 'lotj I' E 'j
I against freedom of commerce, and beds, and the unilormed companies in this matter; that the council alone When a change in food and drink \ V'' :
I MII witnessed it mate, Mr. Abramsan; the stewardMile's r fc :
Whereas, The United Sties q-iiran will be entertained ;In tents was the one to map out the route and will totally make over people It 13 : 1 ;., J ( :4
if theirI Thomas, and four of the seamen
".u,ht as tine relations: require a bill, of health and fd at the fair grounds. There streets over which the line wO'llrlltass. worth while knowing the Kind r>f food 4t. IJI: rid t
and with having set fire to the 4
I "! for all vessels sailing from any fon.ignport wilt bi plenty of rainn and no extra The amended ordinance was then and drink used, particularly when in ': r.t, !:

Nejro Killed. sM)I. | whether infected cr not infected,, charges, and all veterans who desire., read and! referred to the ordinance and the making over, the old aches, ails i ,' f :' "4

1! t' the negro who The accused nun were then formally for United States ports. This bill of wi'l! be fed. The information bureaus engrossing:: committee. and disc: ss are eliminated. 1b'( a :{ ;,1\ ,f

: 't ilu-d on board harped with murder and the health is signed i ly the United States! getting hundreds of houses: listed! I The ordinance !granting::: certain A lady in I/iiisville Xeb., says .I .)fi. \

.:'_ there. The ('/)0was held as a witness. Three consular office setting forth the health where visitors will find rooms. Thedecorations nehts to the Pcn 'arola Electric and "Husband and I were both coffee drink i } .( r:1: jJ
'' the of the under indictment Otto ;
"i aiternoon. men conditions' at the port of departure will be unusually fine. Terminal Railway Company was then ers. He was always troubled with t. :. (
Flol.r and GustavKau. : ,
i a h..a\'y blow Monsoii, Ludwig and the sanitary: conditions cf tno sent to the desk and the clerk pro- d>rpepsiand I had in addition to 'ft'11.' 'If f t I .
1 The fourth, William 1:4: t
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oflermg insult are Germans. vessel, cargo and crew. The bill of GAINED BY PEACEFLL MEANS. celled to read. Allerman Green offered stomach trouble, serious bowel disorder ; ,' lit;, ., :t;
the Smith is American. Hebhippcd .
i mnd of an hcilth is all that is required(} from the } an amendment to the first section and was! so terribly nervous that s ; i t. /; 'l l ,JI J

\, ,is aid to have at a Mississippi port. vessels coming from uninfecfd w\a, Chicago! III., April! 1.The new defining what the Terminal Com would scream at the slightest noise f It a ;{J) "ff.' 1'

TENEYCK PRIZE. provided they arrive in sued sallarvondition. rchedule wh>: li became ojieia'.Ivt:; :it pany's city property was. The definition "The pain in my stomach continued i.Li 'if. ,. ;t

A-,: eS de. of Story. NECRC GETS the Pullrain Car Companv's woiks to- was the line running west on Main from morning till three or four o'clockin '. i- J tol
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I :'i. story was told William Pickens.-of Little Rock Ex- Therefore, we the undersigned citizens lay means: ri cffe-r that the emp'oy- street from Tarragona to the city's the afternoon. I was so tired all :1 + 1A, J
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.lied; lthat the ne- endorse limits. This amendment was the time and coald get rested, J ; .. +1 .
cells in Exhibition Speaking.New of Pensacoia, heartly : es have gy-iw; by peaceful: means western never ii1ti; ) i :
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v >! ,11'1'anti: refused ton Haven, Conn., April 2.-The the action of SI\!';eon-G noral: Walter wi.at they fa;>: .l to ace >mfs'i!! by the adopted. it was all I could do to drag about. My :: i [ (h- f a

4' walking! that he Henry James Tene>'ck prize at Yale \\'. man, of Public Health and Marine great and mn'rems: strike of 1 len Section 2 was amended on requestof nervousness kept increasing until finally :t, t a>' ", 1 t,

:' :'- Following this was awarded to William Pickens, Hospital service, for thus giving open rears ago. Under the new schedule: the company to allow the building the doctor said I must be taken ;; .. ";: i.., ;,.

:I' .i1>'n.ng gesture at of Little Rock, Ark., a member of quarantine with Cuba until such lime ten hours' wages is to b-j paid, for nine of necessary switch tracks and spurson to a different climate because I was 11 ,)'- :.D' r' '

v. .-i and wt-s struck: the junior academic class. The prizeis as Cuba may become infected with hours' work to ey man empljytd: ia the double-tracked ixjrtion on getting weaker all the time, and then :- .,
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'. ,MU: Further fight the ineoae of $ ,Gllt) given; annually }'chow fever. the works. Nearly S.OOt men are affected Wright street, between Palafox and could hardly walk across the room.'i'. y-' 'a (CIS>4': '

.1 I mi to echo a11u1 I for excellence in the junior e\hi Several other matters came up, one and over JTort.OuO' is added to Tarragona.The; "I had! read many testimonials of thd .\'.t:1-oJ.. : < (Ij'" .I'
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\ .. with a boat lion speaking. Pickens is a negro of which was the thanks of the Cincinnati the monthly pay roll of the company entire section 4 was strickenout !good::: that Grape-Nuts and Postum t'" '" 'r 1 t ,

,.. :: in have been the He U said to be the first student of ; Business Men for the Pensacoia One thousand extra men have been and a substitution was made com- Food Coffee were doing for people but .. ti1';l f.r

i .'r gained con- that race who has ever participatedin people providing for tt cir entertainment eIllplcyeJ u' do the work performed pelling the company to issue transfers never thought: they applied to me. -ii.' f' .. i

the Tenevck speiking.Picken's and the body adjourned. in the tenth hour of the old force. from the city steam division to the fl-brought
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Wes Imminent. suoject was "lIanl." He Under the new system: the men work city electric division and vice versa: : :

\ -Lined, the wharf treated the history of the island his: ROOSEVELT INTERESTED. fifty-four hours a week and have: Saturday The company objected to this, but it had tried to quit coffee but every time 'f :

1"' ,' with colored bay- toricallj and economically, and deducted afternoons off. was passed. a terrible pain would come In my 1..1 tI'V-.Jt'\1:

in the bay. They his re'iew'iews of Called up the Watchman to Find out Section 5 was: amended to read "all head after each meal. "
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onl' of their own its! future, predicting that its welfare Who Won the Fight. TRIED TO KILL ASSAULTER.Jack cars used only for passengers and ''I had no faith In your food and 'fjj

; > Ii i iu such a manner lay In the control ot its destinies by Washington, April 2.-There was hand bagage." drink helping me, but to please bus'u "

,j1 ::,arks were uttered. Great Britain or America. The other a commotion at thehite House at Cobb Narrowly Escapes Vengeance The amendments began to come so band I tried the Food Coffee and the? a r 'i" i

r i while that much speaker were lesidents of New 3 o'clock yesterday morning. The of Victim's Father. thick and fast that Alderman Moyerat Grape-Nuts. Postum satisfied my tasto 't : {

[. > "'111 1 le precipitated night watchman was drowsily awaitIng Birmingham, Ala, April 2.-A this juncture thought when finished and I loved Grape-Nuts breakfast food :1-
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t -in:: to come toward the dawn, when suddenly he was special from Anniston to the Age- the piper would be anew paper altogether with good cream.

'I'.1I1 plreJ. A SWEET BREATHis aroused by the "buzzer" from the Herald says: : and recommended slow action. i "In a day or two I began to Improve. FF: y s i f'f'I .

;-. "Jack Cobb, a who was convicted I however. I months ago. My Imo' .
: -er Version. a never failing sign of a healthy President's room. negro The readIng proceeded That was seven i J

I''n" today is that stomach.; When the breath is bad "I say, there exclaimed the President of assaulting Mrs. Linda Williams !- Section 6 was sutjected to a slight provement has been so steady that -' a s'

: who'! was from the the stomach is out of order. Thereis through the tube when, after was given a life sentence to- amendment. now Insetad of being a miserable nervous k t, .' .-

s., :.>a, stepped into i no remedy in the world equal to jumping up affrighted, the watchman day. While being transferred to jail Section 7, pertaining to taxes was wreck, I am a strong, healthy ,t '

.\ a lama: Ho refused Koilol( Dyspepsia Cure for curing indigestion bad grabbed the receiver, "call up from the courthouse, H. T. Pursons, amended by Alderman Reilly'3; motion, woman weighing 110 pounds, can work ;

!I.o-rcd l and suffered dyspepsia and all stomach telegraph office and inquire who won a county superintendent of education, to fix a tax off 10 to trailers in addition from dayight till dark with a life and ,

t ill ports from the dlsord rs. Mrs. Mary S. Crick, of the boxing, bout In San Francisco." father of Mrs. Williams attemptedto to the motor cars. President spring about sine that I have never t; 1 <. i
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:. that the negro is White Plains, Ky., writes: "I have The President was disappointed shoot the prisoner. Fearing trouble Nortbup entered a strong objectionto had."I t5

: been a dyspeptic for years-tried all when he learned that young Corbett the negro was taken to Tallede- this Increase but Alderman Rellly! used two pounds of Grap -Nuts Via,' W is

kinds of remedies but continued to had conquered "Terry" MeGovern. ga, and from there will go to the, was persistent and his motion prevail each week and drank Postum Food h: 1

'"Ev ", B. WILL grow worse. By the use of Kodol I He has been a great admirer of the state penitentiary at Wetumpka." I ed. I Coffee twice a day, and expect to as I

8 one was made to I live for it has been a godsend '
and after Section part long as L{
MEET THIS EVENING. began to improve at once, Brooklyn boy. }
few botttles am fully restored MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES read so that street Improving would to me and mine. 1;,. '' r .
taking a
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.. ',', :.' Business Leagues health and strength bottled FROM $1.50 TO $12.50. SIXTY have to be lived up to by the company. "Husband quit coffee and took up 3; t ?
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of Few cents on
t The Saving a TRIAL ON OUR LAMINATED .. '
DAYS FREE second portion of this sectionwas when I did. His dyspepsia entirely ii: -
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"' ciiKk! this evening and can eat whatever I like. Kodol Vanilla Extract will not atone for TRY I
MATTRESSES.
'' FELT changed so that a compromise: of disappeared and he has never' I
f : ." 'mi:: place. The digests what :you eat and makes the be annoyance of having dessert ONE. MARSTON & QUI lA. ,
. ..I..', other business stomach sweet. Hargis' Pharmacy, that is "just a little off" In flavor. $Ii; .)(0 was agreed upon as the compa had a return of it." Name given by : L

..--position. 'I John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. Always buy BUT1Itt'4 ". See Hudgins' new label. uy's indebtedness to the city. This Is Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. + I ;.


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THE DAILY NEWB. PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL a .03..


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WILL SHOOT THE CHUTE.
THE CANAL COMMISSION.

MR. CREENTYt
Subcommittee Appointed to Visit the Mile a Minute to Be Made in Rapid


try SOMEMONEY Washington. Isthmus.April 2.-The Isthmian NOT New Yor;Transit. April Tunnel.2.-When the tunnel -

; Canal Commission has appointed a under the East River, now being

subcommitUee to visit Colombia for built is completed passengers; will

the purpose of making a personal HIS ATTITUDE ON THE TERMINAL "shoot the chute" under the East river

inspection of the route of the proposed from: Battery Park Manhattan, to

I STOLEN Panama Canal with a view to COMPANY'S APPLICATION HAS Nassau sf- ''rookl'n.
for Infants and Children.
completing the preparations for the Tt: 'I I be in the shape of
CAUSED A LOT OF COMMENT.
transferof the canal property to the a m 214 per cent dip on Castoria I* a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare,

BURGULAR ENTERED CORNER United States when the final details eIther ',' trains will! be start gone Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is lM(>a>.int. u

for such transfer have been completed. ed t: ) : bute power will contains neither nor other Narcotic
Responsibility for the changes in substance. It destroys AVornis and allays Fi-verishuns.
I GROCERY LAST NIGHT AND The subcommittee is composed of be sh u the gravity of thegrade
It Diarrlura a.ulVind Colic.
the original application of the Terminal cures 1tflelieve< Teeth.
Rear Admiral John G. Walker Brig certain point and in? Troubles and cures Constipation.>> .... the
MADE OFF WITH GROCERIES
last
Company night is fixed upon
adier General Peter Chains, U. S. the tr. ot down acquiringa Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural bleep
Mr. L. Hilton Green, chairman of the The CliUdreu's anacea-The Mother's Friend '
-1 AND CASH. A., and Prof. Burr all members of I nIol' :. e a minute at the

the present commission. Unless franchise committee by popular sentiment lowestmiddle he tunnel in the The Kind You Have Always
today; and while he alone is Bough4Bears
present plans are changed they will and with enough
not responsible for all the amend
A bold burglary was reported to the leave New York on the 9th last, for moment the grade: on the 1 the Signature of
_ ments it is the general opinion that
police this morning and officers are Colon and will remain on the isthmus other gi
his suggestions went a long way to
endeavoring to locate the responsible for sevearl months. The r \ equipped withelectrical
frame the most of them. .
persons. They will be accompanied by Maj. that in case of
Mr. Green as chairman of the fran
Some time during last night the Wiliam M. Black. Corps of Engineers, an accide! nt on the track,
chise committee properly introduced
grocery store of Carlson & Lind at i who has just been relieved from command the train l he automatically #
all but one of the amendments.
_ the corner of Intendencia and Alcanz!I of the post at Washington His former opposition to the compa-I' ;'oppped. : :: '. start from I In Use For Over 30 Years

streets was broken open and the Barracks in order to serve under the both sides ? simultarpously.gravity ,, .
ny's requests has placed him in the. TMP e"T'U" Toni TT rea.A .T"'eT a.ee em
thieves helped themselves to several commission in connection with the This will [u tunne!
light of opposing public improvements -i
articles nearby including cigars anda purely engineering work of the canal in the w orl --=s
generally, but his friends hold
small amount of ready t art. project. Major Black is an expertin I
that he is attending to the interestsof I -- W. B.
icles. The cash drawer was forced sanitary engineering, and one of Make: jweep. \ WRIGHT GOmPMl Y
the city in taking this stand.
open and all the cash therein stolen. his duties will be the execution of a I There's ntthoroughly. 'oing a thing \I ,
However prominent people have expressed -, *
1 This is said to have amounted to $15. plan for the improvement of the san- 'Salves you 1 I ,.f Ai MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS! IXi
themselves very plainly on I ****
1 There is at present no: healthy clue itary conditions of the canal route. err beard o' mica Salver -

to the thieves but a suggested suspicion The proposed; inspection of the the subject to-day to New representatives the best r'".y andcures 111 L LUMBER LATHS

is being worked out. canal works and route will be made and among these were prop Burns Sores i 'uts, Coils r fii ,

Entrance to the store was made I entirely under the auspices of the erty sure holders that it on would the line be nhotre electrified.One Ulcers Skin 1 .. -.1 Piles. It's /=L f5& SAWED CYPRESS iaimiES-flu-K; ; J

through a window on the north side.I existing canal commission. The Pan only :2oC, and to givesatisfaction
of them said that it was really a -
A shutter was forced from its fasten II ama Canal Commission which will t 'r ilemberte, PEN ACOLA. FLA
shame that opposition to the measurewas
ings and the entrance was then very hate charge of the actual construction druggist, 121! 5 .- reel. -
made on so slight pretexts of
easy. To reach the shutter it was of the canal under the termsof --
"preserving the city's interests" when thAAo bTWE
necessary for the thief to have passed the act passed at the last session I wc
the most desirable of building sites PEARLCall CU ,.
through a yard where two fierce dogs of congress probably will not be

are kept and it is supposed that the named until after the ratification of along the bay front would be left emp- on them r of Oar. EXPECT TO SUPI'LY A MUCH LARGER TRAt'F
ty. It was a surprise to learn todayof
den and Alcanir IM.
dogs were fed to prevent them mak- the canal treaty by Colombia. carpenterand -
THIS WINTER THAN EVER FE["(. RESEND
the council's: action in some quarters ,
electrical phone G O.
.aur
ing a noise and thus frustrating the
while as many people were either
I plans of the burglars. HAD A LARGE TODD US YOUR ORDERS NCW
non-committal or in favor of deferring
As soon as the store was opened for But all the Whiskey in Town Failedto The Beer
the question.A .
business early this morning the theft Save Sultan. Thompson Olsen & C
Terminal Company official intimated .
was discovered and reported. Mr. Chicago: April 2.-"Sultan." the "

Carlson himself made the discovery. half-grown Indian elephant of Ring- this morning that the matter That Made. Manresa Street, TelefJione 141.
would be dropped altogether and no .
Ol ling Bros'. menagerie, died yesterday =
ATTENTIJN! further efforts would be made to secure -
in a box car just be ford beingtakento HWW ESTABLISHED 1882.
w the council's favor. :New locomotives AHNB I r AM U
the Coliseum. With the herd of mm18 -
Regular Communication of Escamtla are needed it was explained
t' 1 forty, the little set en.foot elephanthad McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
Lodge, Xo. 13;, land A. M.. 8 and would be purchased right! asvay. ,
just arrived from Baraboo the
o'clock p. m, Monday, April Cth. S -DBALXBIIHShip 0
Yis'l) winter quarters of the circus.
sting brethren are cordially GOOD FOR CHILDREN.
While being carried across Wiscon and General!
W. D. KESSLER W. M. sin 'Sultan" was taken with a chill. The pleasant to take and harmlessOne VICTORIA Chandlery aapdmaFe,

Mr HARRY. G1BDS. Sec. Minute Cough Cure gives immediate -
At one of the stations all the whiskey 80S AND BOS 8. P.11.A}'OZ 8TUEKT.
r iI relief in all cases of Cough, MADE BY ACME BREWING CO
i 1 which could be secured in the ...... AGENOT

i Robbed the Grave. town was made into a hot toddy for Croup and LaGrippe because it does BEST 10-CEXT BOT1LF BEER: REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S hOMC0.8

A startling incident is narrated by not pass immediately into the stomach GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE
the animal.! IN TOWN.DA.NNHEISSER. A. BUSHEL &; BON'S: PL'MPfe.
but takes effect right at the
j John Oliver of Philadelphia as fol
lows1 was in an: awful condition. NO BAD TASTE.HEPATlCLTiA seat of the trouble.: It draws out BROS hUll Csriizi! Pilits Oils( helical! listrBBiits, flirt, liekin, Ili'n

My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken the inflammation heals and soothes I COM PASSES LOOM KTU
taken in little
a AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
and cares pernnnently by enablingthe C. McKenzia Oertln? Collecting: Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent A.elation. -.,
tonve coated, pam continually! inj
water is almost tasteless. Children I I .

4 i qsq a bass and sides, no appetite, growing! can take it as easily as adults. There ,I lungs; to contribute pure life-h"1:: I 1.1, Earner rain-' - --- ---

, weaker day by day. Three physi-'! ing and life-sustaining oxygen to the
is absolutely nothing bitter about the j
t; clans had given; me 'up. Then I was! taste, nor that sickening sweetness.It blood and tissues. Hargis' Pharmacy I THE GARDEN SECTION

advised to else Electric Bitters; to' posititely dues not gripe or irritatea John Sheppard! Sidney Kahn I Main Hou 1'-401 S. Palafox street

1 my great joy the first bottle made a' delicate stomach and its laxative R.R. Exchange: ,p. Union De ot oOFoPensacola

:: decided improvement I continued effect! is easy and natural. AH these A meting; of the Har'riMs will beheld I' p, O. Box 281.? Pen !lc/la, Fla. :Florida
'! at their office April 4th at 7 p. : ,
their use for three weeks and am
good qualities combined in a medicineis Phones 116218.::
now a well man. I know they robbed m. All Bar Pilots are requested to attend I
sure to please That is why it hasso Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
the of another \ictim." Xo as busini-Ss or importance wn
grate many friends. Sold by all druggists i I
one should fail to try them. Only f.O come before them. BUY THE
Beautiful Lots for Sale.
cents guaranteed at \\'. A. D'Alem- By order

tt, +a ib: berte's 121: S. I'alafox btri-et.: Try The News 10 cents per week, 1 Cl'AS TERRY
r J. W. COI1RAN, NkWESEWING I 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord

I 1. S. CARD, j jCxecume ing to location and surroundings.
1
1 lea -L-iXailvC' rcmouln: 1'
LL 1 l' ..--...... &7__ wsc.a.. 1'l;r,1 PI QII,.eI1' Committee.

CnrasaCo!de b Onl>hsyr Q-i i, 3 7'7<* ":). ir' ::c;." ,...: btx. 25ck .\: -lt. MACHINE Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

i High, Dry Fertile Lands.
Do not be o'iw'Ill.thn Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat Bis-I! a f)0.00 Hew ins;Machine fur The grandest for investment
1 1F cults and Force with Cream at Sol- '3X<"). Thiskindurnnuteluneran opportunity ever
t '1 : A BARGAINS: : 1 oman's. l>e Imuirht from moruuv of our offered in Pensacola.

I, dcukw fn.111 f1).OJto: US.UO. i

j -FOR- CARPENTRY AND WE MAKE A VARIETY. Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.

THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST.

ELECTRICAL WORK The Feul tenuities the .A
V.ClubbsCorner
strength r>r I
SATURDAY MARCH 21! TOMARCH 27 1 903. \rvakiK' of Hewing: Machines 'flitDouble I
"('t..I eombiut.I with other j
Ring up Pearl: & Dtlivepbnne6BO, 1'tronglxntsumkvstlte! New Home Garden and Bru Streets.

1 if von have any carpc nti-r (>r electrical the Ut fcewiug Machine to buy. I

Remember, these goods at the prices quoted work you want well don I 'I the df- I'
i i W n e r CIRCULARS r I S fhnnfnR: ofSiwlnir : I f.O. BRKNT, WJI, I! KSOWL ;M. W. K. HYER JR., J. K, REE.U,

t below have to be seen to be appreciated. I O A.S T ttSli.i A.. we manufacture riot bcfurc.l.urc Machines....mg President Vice-Prealdent, Cutiler. Aiillt'Hii.

( lr.a K 1 ru Ha.1 haarsildtsan : i '
***"the : !
I -. I' r: THE HEW HOME SEWINl3ACPS( (GO.OKANet ; .

' Ladle Full Bleached Vests the !40 in all Wool/ Extra fine Twill i i1Oc. rikMany -z-i:; MASS. First National Bank
I :'Il"nlonS'I.X.Y.Chicago 1:IL,AtlnnU 0'1.
j'' grade .. .... ... .. .. .. ... .. 5c i Serge 75c value at. . 49c yd i't.LoJujo. lu.,D.1.T'x..Saa, Trmclsc.,,,Cal,
Ladies' Full Bleache Vests the 100 Ladies Grey Skirts I 1
,! Walking Actors and Singers use Piso's FCn aLE ervQOLAYQl ,.
1 15c. grade, at..8 1-3c good value at $1.50 our price 93c ; Cure to strengthen the Yoke and lIre- : OF PENSACQLA. FLA.

Ladici Short Waist Corsets, 150 Ladies' All Wool Grey Walking rent hoarseness. I

White, only.. .... .. .. .. 24cj I Skirts, Latest style at. .'. . 24c : DIrt.H: :: : OTOX-I.D I

t 200 yards Embroideries. Edges 50 Ladies' All Wool Etamine Walking : Grist and Corn )Weal Kills j I WW. H. K OWLES. W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT. N. K. HYEK Jb
'
CA.S On.XA.Hre : :: .
tr and Insertions. Big value yard 5c Skirts colors grey and tan, D. G. BRENT,

t Men's, Ladies' and Children'sfatt I priced at . . . . $.t.49 .., IN t j YUe h'f t.n;>.'T'+ I Iit .8. F. COSZKIiIZ! : 4 CO., Pro:;: i, i.

black and tan hose, worth I I Ladies White Lawn Shirt Waists ..tb.ct l'rI..f.4I MinnlccicreriCHOICE : 'F Fnd ii 1 Pti! B d I Kl:1!
I n Z t n i
; MCAb :AM) i'CRIOG'Cr tH
15c cut to, pair. ...... . 8 1.3c I embroidered front. Latest out i l1rrWe

30 dot Gent's Night Shirts Big at . . . Age, 74c and 99c STOCK IT.KD:

value at.........._.. .. . 49c 10 doz Boy's Laundried Colored F.trcn'iB, Hor.e Inflnstry, for there t.ever 'I
ehou'd'
I re&9O& ':> buy your M's l alt Gras: onto jra Bills oX Exctanj6 on Great BrJtaln.9srmany1 : frelst
10 dot Ladies'TabCollarsthe 10c '! Shirts at . . . . 25c y Sic?* ft-edfrcra ttt: Horn anlacturer
I far: by (>' doing Ton: ecconrage aorre inCai.fy. j France, Aatria, Italy, Holland, h pain, Belgium .HaasJaa7Hwoden % 1tl;
kind at. .... ... .. .. ... ... 5c 10 doz Gent's Pat. Elastic Seam i1ARPEut \oar mon"y Isleltln ibe commanll] ', : Denmark and other Earopean cooDtrkp.fjsy .

10 doz Ladies'ApliqueTabCollars. I Drawers at. . . . . 39c tad.:1'IJH you'rlc la;taru the borne are Indirectly msLCfnclu-ft benefited y>t

25c goods at........... ... 10cGent's 50 doz Gent's Lace Stripe Balbriggan I .oniilboie 10 th> caakerl labor.bc G... I Vessels Di bnraed upon the Most F& f rablr.: Terms and aha 3D
.t to tBBroraiBnnlty !wStcb: rnn '!,* pee 'I )lt.itci:3 Taken Payable at Port cr egtiratlon Tel; or Flltee: l'.T
. and Ladies' Hemstitched Shirts and whlph eontrtbote.toasr f ort
.r 1 I Drawyers. Big nrf : t itttr Vessel Arrii es there.

... .... .. I ., .. _.. .
trl Handkerchiefs at 8 1.3c ; value at 75c suit our price 49c --- -- --- -- ------ !

1 I 22x54 inch Extra Heavy Cotton : Gent's Extra Heavy Blue Overalls HoStiL FUINCH MUJ'Ul'U'; SafB ty Deposit Boxog for Rent in Connection

Towels, at.... ........... 8 1-3c'': and Jumpers with or without I ,with whioh we here a PTT partment for the U.
Fallowing i? the ?ctiedai! of the!
,4 Ladies' Girdle Summer Corsets j Aprons at.. ..... ._ .. .93c suit I j of ReD tars.
I (oyramentsteamerOeneral l French
at ... ..... .. ... .. ... ... .. 49c''401 none Better Extra Heavy Blue I -
.Lleh THE SEWS prints for the
Bee our line of White Mercerized I Overalls and Jumpers union r b..n..Ot of tLe merchant who ship i| DR. KING'S I PSOrSSSIONAL CABD3.

Walstlng nothing 'newer out at made warranted fast colors f their goods to the Iarieue army TRY ,

.......... ... ...... .15 and 25c ydj and net to rip at.. .... ..$1.98 suit IA I poets: NEW DISCOVERYFOR
Le ve. PeriacolaL ___ _, W. C. ROWE M. D.
T:00
ID pcs Mercerized Madras GngLadies! I 4 Strap patent Colt's Skin '.vei Herr,n....__.... ._.__ 7.Vm:\ a.m.. ra THAT COLD. ,

hams at.. ............19c. the yd Sandals, the latest creation and I I LeaveePlcttut--. ___ 9t.a.m. TAKE NO Office: 17X 8. .rafOI.l
1.II&1' I..rrani-H'.._... ._...,_ 8 15 a. m. SUBSTITUTE.
100 pieces figured Lawns and Dimities I the same you pay 225. Our I I C.-.ve. feoiaoo.a__..__ 10.?n. m. Cures Hoart troy 9 to 9s >. m. sad 1 CO'P.

.. ... ........ .. Arrltft t.rriloca8 11:10 .. m. and then ConS1Jmption,Coughs, ,
new patterns at..5c the yd price. .... ... 1.49 j nakei a trip to KortMcF.ee and then re- Colds and after 7 o'clock
45 pieces Madras Ginghams new I Ladies' Oxfords Sandals and Colonials '.ornt,to Carr.ne.s. Bronchitis, Asthma,
t.-.P Harr ncaa ?.. .?___ l-l*> p. m. I liono GO.
stripes and checks at......... 9c' in all the latest shapes DELIGHrt BEYE AGE LiUt't. Hlckni '_ ..__.__. 1a: p. m. PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-- -
:,.eeaa PeD acfl.. ____ __ 4;SO
40 In all Wool Cheviot Serge 75c j plain and patent tips at t.eavea "irfcent _.._,....__ 6:15p.p. ra m. i I risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness i

grade at....,. .. ...... ... 43c yd ... .75c 9Sc $1.25 and $1.50 the pair A SAFE fcflHOUSI! 'f'Arrlcelierranra.p to >lent'' end return.5:30 D. m. and main C.Sore Throat, Croup and : JOHN S. BEARD

On 'Vfdneidaysardfc'atnrdiy* the j'Whoopirs Con h. :! ATTORNEYATLAT.Office .
A
hiE ICihE
uiOJ
)I : )')',twP;! leave Rafuncas via Picka .
Brator' tIc Plice > for Pf-oacola at 8:30 IP.Tt9 NO CURE.
F. E. BRAWNER For !Sale" l'rDaIlLheisser' G"Kral French t p... for army .Pries 50f. ,** *,1. TRial CITIES FREE Hours-8:30 a. m. to 1 PD..

I jirpo:M only andanront-icJer mn,t I
II Bros. Cleaning ladies afcir .. 2:30 m. to6:30p. n.
I 'lira a paz* from the qairtermaaierc : ana wais |, p.

... io5 S. PaL ox St. j j4 I take piiMjpe o ter. j irj.:1 4 one of o".r @peclaltJ Star Lane I I i Pritctle io entnaled all state and to me federal Rut '.'If'1Allbuciotti .

prompt and uiiiga anentQD






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THE DAILY NEW. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY APRIL 3,1903. 4

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PRELIMINARY HAS TRIAL BEEN POSTPONEDOn BASEBALL, MEN Mrs Esteile Clayton,


account of absence of the
fhe

tlU- rosecuting witness, the preliminaryrial A of Canadian 3- 1

When Johnny t of the three negroes Clara MEETJO-NICHT Queen Society

31audin, "Cooney" Butler and Butler

i conIes marching home again- 3eard was postponed until Monday IMPORTANT GATHERING WILL BE Suffered Intensely from Pain in Back and Kidneys, ''f '

with crackers in a bag- rhe prosecutor in this case is a blue- with Loss of Sleep, Completely! and Permanently Gfef 3
f acket named Harrison who is sta"ioned HELD AT THE CHAMBER OF

I Send Johnny t: on the Iowa. That vessel was I Cured byWARNER'S

out at target practice yesterday when COMMERCE HALL. nff

back the: case was called up for preliminary 4 W. *
marching again
a SAFE
CURE
before
hearing Justice Wolfe.

\i and write upon the tag- :The negroes are charged with robbing An important meeting of all baseball F'r

1 Harrison of $::i0. enthusiasts and subscribers to the
I\ I
fund will be held at 8 o'clock tonight
JACOBY'S OPENING.The .
!
; UneedaBiscuit and everyone: interested is expected
opening at Laz Jacoby's New
to be there and take part in the meet
Family Grocery yesterday was a complete -

success in every particular. Over ing.The I
meeting is an important one
'one thousand ladies were in attendance i
from points since of .
many a report .w.
all and
being weighed measured '
Souvenir. all the cash!: in hand will have to be
receiving a handsome
4
bad in order that the the p 4
delegates to ]
While It was net expected that much 1' .
conference at the Montgomery .meet- -_-.- A ) { ,
? In the In-er-seal Package. business would be done large sales 'I t
\ ing will' be able to render an, intelli-
both book and cash were made and
gEnt The local association will
judging from the start Mr. Jacoby report.

U will soon control the bulk of trade on also choose its officers this evening |'j|

Palafox street.MaltaVita and all holders of stock should be present I
.5.
..."., in order that the Lest material can I >. .
(:.
be secured.It .
': Shredded Wheat Bis ? *,
/" ] cuits, and Force with Cream at Sol is learned this afternoon that the t'i

I Oman's. Pensacola management is in corre- i

: J I NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY spondence with a fine battery from a

(' ,' \ See Hi Jgins new style of label. Southern League club and the chancesare i :lr

,
-- that the two men desired will be :
vets
ultimately signed. It is promised that
D I
GOLDSTEIflIS the best of players w ill be secured and

SEND YOUR ORDERS c..a.. s'1'c :EI.: :I. ,. this city will hold a good place in the II I II I R

I dear)the Hate alsatS! 3ap:? HERE. Interstate League. I

, j' r Dilive for carpenter or Blptue G-tI-7Jl. Messrs. John Oliver, Fred Schad I
. ii work. Repair work aftuJjia's
'
' ,
,'0 .. THE' OPTICAL SPECIALIST IS and George T. Morgan will go to
Saturday attend the II
STOPPING AT HE ESCAMBIA Montgomery I
to date read The News. ,
Up- people
meeting there Sunday. The league will
tie Best far QC. HOTEL.-SEE HIM ABOUT
YOUR EYES. be made permanent and officers will I
Fort Darrancas, Fla., :March G, 1D03.: Pensacola t
be chosen Sunday A man
News' WANT COLUMN. Sealed proposals in triplicate will SATURDAY WILL BE HIS LAST
Try The will be nominated for
be received until 11:30 a. m. April 4, _DAY. HERE: president.

__ n _____ ____ 1903, for constructing Electric LightIng 00----- '(/ {( ( ; '
System, Fort Pickens Fla. U. S. ; Jf II''o -
tf f f== =fif:=y -.. \ / if" '
reserves right to reject or accept any ; .

W DDG GK DIRECTORYKNIGnrS or all proposals or any part thereof. fh; ';;1 -. ;

Information furnished on application. ,
containing proposals tNEWS 1 NOTES4A \\1"1 : .
Envelopes
OF PYTHIAS. for ,',,, i Iii .,' r I 1- n 4 ",
should be marked "Proposals ,,- p.,1 '" m ill fi'

FriMicuU L')() e. No. S, K. of p.. Electric Lighting" addressed W. E. j 11/,. //P 11Pfi'i.! ....
Cole Q. M.M6,7,9.10.A. -- v' illl .
m lJtI every Monday even 2.,3. Remember the eye is the most sen MRS. ESTELLE CLAYTON' i I r',
at 1:10: at Castle all.I
'the Blount .. Watsou sitive organ we have. In its normal D. M. Rea and wife of Mobile, armed Recommends Safe Core to HLr Frilld.: e'Gr e : !
third floor
.Ini : ( brethren cordially condition we can see at all distance this mom l!;. They are at the Tx.avrs-We: have u-WAKNT.K'S SAFE CTKK in our family for several t. ; ; ;

: alike. We can admire the beauties of ; Merchants.C. years. My husband ii'-M it when he had backache and kidney trouble and cured j 1 Hi"111m. ;
J, A. LU.K. : And I am plea"til tr state that I also have u,wl it snl'cl">fully. It cured aeolJ :-
HORIIUR: U. C. 4 nature and everything that is wonderful that settled in l bark and '
my kidney 811.1"hit h "nu-I! me iiiten-ie MifTr nng and pain. .1
!K.AH-! H. Parlin from Carrabelle arrived :
in life. The eye [Is often abused With lobs of fcltrp! my lit'.ihh htcame impaired. I talk only their bottles of ;safe Cure I f !
last night and may be found at the and war completely (um-1 and now I am us enthusiastic m its praise as m:? husband .,
U.HII'HI LfKlga N<>. 13 and neglected the sight becomes impaired Merchants hotel. and Mmll be pleaded tii rvconmieiiil it to my friend*. i ''I lj. _
and requires artificial aid and, : "There are s-o many medii-inrs that are worthier that it is a pleasure to find ont 1 f. .
.v Tuesday evening at I.'lft. ateorn.r that can be tbsolattly uepcudal to do more than h claimed f>r it.
upon ; ,
medical attention is of no consequence I 7
Palafox and GardenInn as f .
Knlnlitscortliallv. Invited.J. Dr. Goldstein and Dr. Pteinfeldt will \ cry Mnctrily jours, Mn( !>TEUE Ci m"\. '
;; ALBERT JOHNSON, there is only one method to leave tOll101 row r.,1'ill return to this 'j.'H Adelaide Street, Toronto, Canada. "fcitretary Club Uuvntr." '.- ;\. J

's:. .AS.m C. C. + I'V restore the sight to Its normal condition city in about six months. Thousands of Men ar.d Women Have Kidney Disease and; Do Not Know It Until It '.. .

and that is by the use of proper I Has Developed into Bladder Trouble, Rheumatism, Diabetes or Bright's Disease, i:(i'

p glasses. Dr. Goldstein is in the city I The fishing smack A. J. Chapman Which Will Prove Fatal If Not Attended to at Once. i *
I:+tlh I.ol!:P. No. 30. It. of P !
and will remain a fedays.. This is' arrived early today to Saunders & ;
: ''IIGt No. *>, Knight ot CURES KIDNEY TROUBLE I\.i
\1' ..' 'j, l''l'ry Thur>dav eVl'n. d the opportunity of jour life to get Co., win 130ft:: snappers. This is the

?' '!n heir. l atl>! MallonUHt glasses fitted to your eyes to make only arrival that was reported this If you have pains in the back rhruniati-m,uric acM poison, rheumatic pout, diabetes 1 '
"\ on buildingsoutli- Bright's disease, inflammation <'f the blwMerand\ \ scalding\ when c "
,' urinary organs! pains ,oil
'Rn(1 iirdi-n streets.
of fish is
u. > i and to rest and morning. A great scarcity
properly
'. i .. cordially welcomed you see you urinate, eczema jaundice, elhnss or torpid liver; if a woman, bearins-dow: sensation ; .'
K. ALLMON: strengthen them. Dr. Goldstein is well now reported by the dealers. fainting spelK so-called female weakness, painful periods; these symptoms tell '.
I. l IF' I. C. C. R. TAYLOR you that your kidneys have been diseased for a Ions; time, fur kidney diseases seldom putout ii' : V
k ". CL. known to some of our citizens and is such symptoms as the victim recognizes until they have been working several months. .t:
highly recommended Dr. Goldstein You Miould "'-'e no tune-p>t a 5oe. bottle of safe lire at your druggist's. It will relieve : r;
THE GATESWOOD at and effect It kills all disease -
Artistic Shoemaker you once a permanent cur germs. k ;
for examinationor
charges you nothing
J. Q. O. F. F'1NEWORKS A SPECIALTY. (consultation and will give you the COLONIZING SCHEME.An IF IN DOUBT MAKE THIS TEST htlmd for .f liotirun ill ';.: r

Flays bottle. If then it is milky contains reddish, briek-duit sediment L '
proper adivce. article in The News yesterday j or or cloudy or a ; f.
Pcn-iuilA I. iilgp SoI Phone No. 2:;. 9 North Palafox StOPERAHOUSE :Dr if particles or germs float about in it, your kidneys are diseuoed, \ .
The value of perfect fitting glasses under the of "Are Establishing .
i\ r- -i. -e 1 i " -- --- ANALYSIS FREE :
"" : v' \\ -t 1 lntt>iidencii street. be ,
reference health cannot
with to
Modern Colony" and occupying a \
a
,,' : L. :,,:. :. .ruiallylnviud.' \ If after you have made, this test, you have nny doubt in your mind as to the derel- \ t. ;::1
i IHSON. N. O.ii over estimated. Their effect! upon : large space, on the front page was )pment of the disease in your system send a sample of your urine to the Medical Department t 1
N .i";* |nry.K. the nervous system is direct and practically a reprint of special dispatches Warner's Safe: Cure ('0., Rochester, X. Y., and our doctors will analyze it 4, t"
ind send you a report with advice, tree of charge to you, together with valuable 1'; i
through this indirectly upon the en printed in several metropolitan t><..k ie-eribm all diseases of the kidneys, liver bladder and blood, and treatment. for ,4'ash !
OF L. ii. 31.: CUi:, .Manager. tire organization. i newspapers for several days past : Ili""lbe. -. .i \4. ,
J1l1lttl'rs from women read and answered doctor. ,,e 41 Vi
** ****+*-Ttf*** tf* by a woman All correspondence t
A few of the troubles which result and ittachtof this
prepared by an
I.., II t''.rmbll'n:. 1o5.V : ONi: NIGHT ONLY, :.11 strictest confidence. [S'j 4J: .
APRIL 3 directly from neglect in this particular pajor. It was a piece of news of such WARNER'S SAFE CURB is purdy vegetable and contains no narcotic or harmful ,
\' 'n> lr each month. SATURDAY are: Neuralgia Sick Headacheand importance that it was thought to give 1rn!!!!. It is free from s.'dintentamt dvaanttotake, It does not constipate, it is a most .
\ '. W I'.ll.TUAHP iI I I I valuable and effective tonic, it i is n 1 stimulant to digestion and awakens' the torpid liver. 1/11t'i itfI'pRil"l
*s tfij \' M.V. i MR. ERNEST SHIPMAN Nervous Prostation. In additionto local readers a chance to Know of the j' It the tissues, soothes inflammation and irritation, stimulates the enfeebledjrjiana

t I the general diseases I have enumerated colony, and it will come in for a large I and heals at the same time. It builds up the b"'IIY.liws it strength! and restores i'J.l<
Presents 'ner!:,. You can Luy Safe Cure at any drug store or dirett. 00 CENTS: AND $I A30TTLI ,.+.. ,
the following local affections (comment we are sure Certain i it is i :. .

I LEIGHTON often result from uncorrected errors ,, that our business men will welcome'. Beware ol so-called kidney which are full o) sediment and ol bail odor-they are pose #i" "
ij mmtl HENRY lively harmful and do not cure. r.l..f
EXPRESS[ CO.To of redaction. Conjunctivitis (granulated to this I ;
nimisratba county. Warner's bate Pill trove the towels gently and aid a Needy cars J r :..

I i Supiortcd by lids; ). Keratins with Ulcers of -,

Cornea, Paralysis of X'nes.trophy STORM WARNINGSARE CWIC.HSTA' ENGLISH '"

f FLORENCE CALE of Nerves.A DISPLAYED TODAY. r EH 4Yfl0ViU.. PJllS uifffsMff
,
op,1 .1, I...,, ....
sad mistake is: made by most people Orlzlnal ... 4 4
SAKE. > -i.irti"f nJIs. t i.rt.rr-H 'I
In Anthony Hope's Fascinating has moved eastward iJl *, (1IIul..rt.J.: '.. F.M.UMI :
The storm
in putting off! spectacles too long. area .
a.. In ):FII rat <..M ...,*.11< bgtn w.r C M
Romance The old advice "Don't begin specks with depressions centering this morn- slit hoc til.nun I xkr n.olbrr. n.r...
i
.. ._ ___ ry V a.tger..ab.'JIPU..riI.. imu.t4.
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-' n p1,1 southern Illinois and over fir a..r w m I 4r. t mr
until you have to, has \llJllnUllU fug over I ::;. .r' .: : [:;::.t .t/.l.b
strainingand Lake Ontario. Storm warnings have \ ;. !I a.t'Cdlrrfor.di.'Mlmr.br.i. ;
of harm. Anyone can by f' ..... V.11. I" use h.um..W.. K.A., .
THE PRISONERELAEORATE Gulf and Atlantic ... all Cua...: a/el..t.r( aenlo.l r.. ,
squinting and looking sharp goa been: displayed on M* c t
all parts of the country. I Il' ::-
long time without spectacles but he coast stations and high winds from :30: =-

is sewing seeds of destruction to his tot miles have occurred at numerous, .1.

S ':at1PI' Express Company OF ZEJIDA. eyes. places in a broad belt extending from iAki3BICK RUTAUUn rat FM

TnVvis" aLL: f,rWarJ3: freight Consult Dr. Goldstein. southern Texas northeastward to the : + for ,
:" Specific examination of the eyes Lakes and New England. Rain has {
il I
-7 as valuables of all descrlpt tf'4 ,
", free of charge. fallen in the path of the storm, the
t' I":l of the
part country,
STAGE SETTINGS.A ROOM 31, HOTEL PARLORS ES- rain turning to snow in the northernand
: "":vie, t:":,s for Canada Mexico DAILY MENUS"r
TREAT IN ROYAL COSTUMING.A CAMBIA HOTEL. S7mlw.WEEKLY western quadrant of the disturb : s 1

H. vaaa Cuba European points, SELECT CAST OF EXTRAORDINARY ance with sharp falls in temperature

F:. .t.4 ...11atT' MERIT.. CHEDULJi ranging from 20 I to :C6: degrees. Pacific Comprise all the Up-to-
Date Dishes the Mar-
"' 5"'lIl1"rn Express: : Company PRICE:-:25, SO, 73c; and 100. FOB STEAM DIVISIONPENSAOOLA coat reports: are nissing. kets of the World qt ,

.
'i. !: I ":i ;k'Ou', ) miles of first- ELECTRIC TERMUIA Afford.

'JJ* r '"t" ONE NIGHT ONLY RAILWAY COMPANY LOOKING AFTER
.
ini in connection with K

: AIS'! n Kxpreai\ Company on FRIDAY, APRIL 4 Trains le.fe Peni&ool for the L1IU SHIPMENTS OF CATTLE. lira\ ON BAND

'.! I 7oo.Blg Rayon Warrlniton.NI Yin -
** waybill:, with through Liebk-r & Co.'s Superb Production and Port B r..no..i atIISO An arrival at the Merchants hotel Ladies' Private ;
T:16a.a
tart >:,i "' a.m.arrlve at Fort Barraneai
rough messengen per. of Mary Johnston's 10:00I.ID.arrive at Fort Barraneai 10: a.n this morning was Major Maud of England
f"'a .',..., d servieeconstitutinga I 1:00p.m.: arriveaFort Barraneai J:44 p.D : a wealthy gentleman. Major .. .n l/\l4i aaa Dining Parlor. V ttfl
1:16
: Barrancas m
Fort p
,1 at
Is0 p.m. arrive
I
: :- s: --j>tem of the kind in 6-16D m.arrive Fort Barrancat :00)1. Maud's business here is in connectionwith Itt*

V "' 1\j L ,.J.eZuNrr* .JAaa1' ,. "8oop.m.arrITeat Tralni: laTe toBsrrinealtorlPeasi contemplated cattle shipments -TO- ft*j'1 '( i

II 'Tiers ohlat 7all AUDREYDramatized cola at from this port and today called upon T are ':1&I.m.lrr1V11 at Peniacola_. 8:00 *.11 ONE MILLIONGet Regular Dinner Daily. i
**"", l '. the Southern Express ll-oo p. m. arrive at P8nl..001&-11:60,.. local agents of Ms company. Cattle
Penl&ool&- ,
.D
t :-i:: I: :y at a.-onable hours. Ret '6:00:00 p p.m m.arrive arrive at at Yeaeaoota.6:46 p m will be sent out on the steamer Buckingham ft

.,t i s given ':00 p. m.arrive at at Peniaoola Pen.aool&-_ IM.p..m which is,now about teh days Short Orden Promptly i
and money is refund- >8:I6 P- m.arrive '
*j by Harriet Ford and E. aurdalonl, overdue. Filled. Night or Day. '
or' J, r i .. Before
Prices
T'. H lost.V- r #
& is t '
the! Barraneat and O.PutacoZ
Fort
cheapest to send to

teal: r,.:. ittauc-s by mail way or other. .ELEANOR ROBSON. Peniaoola to to Palmetto Havy Beach and retnri_ISM BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS PILOT MEET! Purchasing.Capacity II -It'i Something Good to E.t f

*...>. .. .. IUKDAT IOH1DUD1. you 1,anti U a'

AS AUDREY. When weather permit the running I f
E.V.. FOWLER open eoaonet. The Board of Pilot Commisisonen Nick Apostle'sPopular c

Ron L1.VPensacola.. LT Fort Bar,..... held regular meeting this morningbut V
Pensacola, Fla. Assisted by an unexeelled company, Sam. 10 a. m.i a
II m. only routine business was trans Daily. Restaurant r ;
including Forrest Robinson Ada U. m. 50,000
Branch Offices: p.n. _2 P.IB* A full board was present. The r t?
acted.
T. Selene John .Bi ,
: '.. Dwyer, Frederic Perry, I p.n ip
: "ts, Depot Store. .m ,.". was held at tte pilots' officeon +
:iI- son, George Woodward, Anne Carerly I' .. meeting .
i.-,:.,, a, Cot Alcaniz andan' mmm i
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street. ;
i 1 Palafox
GJ .. South 411
." .. Frank Lamb and SO others 2 ,.m.
(
': ': .' Exactly as presented at the MadIson p.m.TAU FOB aUBDATnniaoolato ,-ftieftiUlan Briek Co
:;, Cor. and with
DeYilHers
,ii I Square Theatre New York. ,rl.unA..I Han OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine \ Hot French Waffles *

S ("->r Palafox and In ten- PRICES-50, 75c $1.00 and $1.50. puiaoola tar4an4reIUB-----return to-Palmetto .eaola_.>_. III oysters today. Try them.NIC : Pine Barren, Fla. Florida Solomon's.Cane Syrup at

APOSTLE.
-" .1, errf NOTE-Curtain at 8:00 p. m. sharp. ITo Irelfht anti alter I:U p. m. t

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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACJnAi FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL 3.1808v

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ported, as amounting to 19,172,539 CAPITA AND LABOR, Oldest and Largest Agency jn

bushels in February, 1903, compared ,In the course of a speech delivered The oldestsafest West Florida.Unouiles .
with' 10,750,780 bushels in February to the Central Federated unions in

; 1902, making a gain of 8,421,739 bush New York by District Attorney Jerome I 1EST.-\llLISIIIU 1M;,'I.

els. Milk receipts at Philadelphia in that gentleman gave utteranceto I
Entered at the Post Office at PenMcola -
Fla., second class matter. 1902 amounted to 104,720,142 quarts, the following: I sl
compared with 103,437,344 quarts in "The capitalists want all they can strongest Bros.INSURANCE
Building, 211% ,
Pitts
OmCE -
: in 1900. ,
1901 and 102,556,303 quarts get and the labor organizations want
.
South Palafox street up-stairs.
Trans-Atlantic shipments of livestock all they can get and the stronger will

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. for eight months from Atlantic win and ought to win. Don't accept I Sarsaparillayou

seaboard ports show 175,511 head of any wishy-washy stuff about the

Terms: Invariably in Advance. cattle, 111,947 head of sheep and 2,174 brotherhood of man or economic I can '

One Year by mail.{3 001 horses. The coastwise coal trade reports forces of inherent rights. If you are
Six Months 2 50' ANDREAL
One week by carrier, payable Monday receipts at Boston during Feb-I strong you win; if you are not, you 1 :
10 ruary of an extraordinay amount of' lose." J '

foreign coal by sea. Out of a total \ That is a. plain blunt statement of 1 I I buy"I -'-' aa. ESTATE
Rates Furnished on Ap- ,
Advertising of C44.S15 tons arriving from all the situation.! Moralists may quibble
plication. I I 0
sources, 246,641 tons were foreign I and theorize about it as much as they I a 300 South Palaf\;;>IrrcG,
.
TELEPHONE NO 118. coal by sea, and 3&S.274 tons domestic ],choose, but might is the whole. thing. r. I
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of which only 30,595 tons came by |!i in this labor question. Labor j' Phone 22. Pns.\I.\ FLs

rail. The amount of foreign coal received unions do not make their demands so remember well when I first

during February 1902, which much on the ethics involved in the I used Ayer's Sarsaparilla, nearly -

( .8E was a normal month was 56,984 case .as on what they need or want. I 60 years ago. I was thin, pale,

tons out of a total of 287.1S2 On the other hand, capitalists do not I,. \ ( weak,tired all the time, no appetite, I G}: EH.\L AC; I\TN:

tons. For the two months ending engage in business for the benefit of I
\ could not play as the other boys did.
fBIBAOOLA APRIL 3. 1903 with February, Boston coal receiptswere The Equitable
and
labor, but for the profits. Capital t Since then I have taken it many
1,239,243 tons this year, compared labor both want what they think be-

The Metropolis thinks it was a greatvistory with 657,746 tons last year. longs to them, each judging from his times, especially when over-

for the Metropolis. In southern territory port receiptsof own point of view. Instances where worked,tired out, nervously de- i Iiife Assurance SocietyOf !

cotton to the end of February thisyear either has shown modesty where pressed Now, all my children and

The patrons of the barrooms In Ver amounted to G.599.SS9 bales in they felt they had the power to :sus' their children use it. As a medi the United: Sbl, .

mont are permitted. to go in and 'out contrast with C,4CSolG;; bales last season II taln their claims are exceedingly cine for the whole family it has no equal. I HEMiY n. 111'1)1':' Pound,,,

:i of the front doors now. and 3; ,1.15i"3: bales in the-preced' I rare. Capital and labor that is to :I "long ago learned the first great rule of health-keep the bowels '"Strongest In the World

ing sea. on. The overland movementis ; say employer and employed stand in I l' regular-so I am never without Ayer's Pills." JiSwt"j;S2-' I II
Admiral Dewey is a great fightei; credited with S47.S57 bales this 1 the relation to each other of buyer I -

,, but he don't seem to be very well up season 877,477 bales last season and and seller. The buyer wants all he I A FRIENDLY REMINDER

P In the science of diplomacy. 892,927 bales in the preceding season. can get for his money, and the seller NOTICE. i

Southern mill takings, net, were 1; wants all the money he can get for A. C. BINKLEY desires his; fr."nds; Hereafter for all readme >IM';es cf
The firm of Peterson and Long
I Is Florida to have an exhibit at 190,5'Mt' bales this season compared what he has to sell. Laborers; have I I contractors and builders: has been and the public to know that he has lairs festivals, plays, su -* t

the St. Louis Exposition? There does with 1,002,22 bales last season and the same right to combine to force disrobed by mutual const nt. Moved to Room 508) Thiesen build. I dramas, elocutionary o> '.

I not seem to be much doing towards it Si2l ll: bales in the preceding season. I up the price' of labor that coal dealers !I R. PETERSON, ins! where he will continue as heretofore I kind of entertainments ._ t- c
J. E. LONG. a general law prjcti"e.Q. ; I churches societies, lodges
yet. Port receipts and southern mill tak- have to combine to force up the 27ml ;;
I viduals where an admiss .,
n
ings appear to constitute a growing price of coal. The principle involvedin .- --. -- -
I I
The citizens of New Orleans consider of the cotton crop. while I ed or merchandise or at) t> -s
proportion each case is; precisely the same.
: The teams are kept busy at Jacoby'stoday
the present a good time to clean up: 'overland receipts show a tendency to are sold there will be a : ? ( ,t
done
will
and in each case it be by although the store has not been NERI. '
:
the city. It is a fine opportunity when reduction in favor of local demand tl might If you must have the labor or formally opened. lie has enough I' cents a line for first insertun arj : ,
there is so much water so conycn'ent.The ., and shipments by water. I cents a line for subsequent the coal you must pay the pric* The
though to deliver: all goods promptly. ----
Receipts of naval. stores from April I I Obituaries: and resc'ut,.ns :f rt-
success met with in all such effortsto I
newspapers have qnited down I, 1902, to the last Friday in Februarythis I' force prices is the measure ofsomeixuly's Ice Cream Parlors spect will come under II ;s same ring ..
''r and are giving! the uniformity of textbooks up I; Hudgins has a rew label for the II also.
year show 1.803,703: barrels of I : ability to take advantage -
I proposition a rest. The members rosin reported at all markets in I of someone else's necessities.The i best 5 cent cigar on the market. ..? I!!; S. PalaruSt"l'et..- I

of the legislature will hear from contrast with 19;;n,52l: ) barrels in ability to force anything; denotes I I ---.. -- I OUR WARRINGTON AGENCY
when the subject i3 brought II
home up.
19! ll 2 and 1,9'; .19 barrels in 19"!. I
-
from combinations I
: power, an 4 power comes CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S NEWLY ;
The NEWS
on salt ov Mrs M,
from the southwest
,, The Birmingham News says: The Yellow pine shipments for it is written that "in No. 30 South Palafox street, for your REFITTED AND FURNISHED.All I Keefe at Warrington, vtnc s authored
t ; were 254JSttZ5::: feet In January Ii "
there is strength.
l Secretary of the Treasury has purchased union
electrical work. He ii to
} 19')3' : compared with 193: ,: 1In.9: feet prepared Kinds of Creams, Ices, Glaces I to receive and receipt for an* Sub!.
33n.W: ounces; of silver at the do first-class job at moderate
in January 19'2 and If;;,'; ';,119; feet you a Fruits and Cakes. scriptions. Residents of the resection
t '..4H ratio of 32 to 1, independent of the : in January 1901. I sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's price! Phone 203.: may now be supplied with copes
action of any other secretary on the liver PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIESOR
On the Pacific coast, the lumber Swamp-Root, the great kidney, lof the paper several hours a'tei reissue
1 ; I of the earth. Good Cypress Shingles, $1.25
, face and bladder remedy are being distributed per PARTIES. leaves the
rt ; trade shows no signs of abatement press
BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. I _
here from house, free Have thousand.
i
4, The members of the legislature are From upper California: 42.174.fiSS feet I Maillaird's Candies a Specialty.
; you received one? : Malta-Vita, Shredded Wheat S't
1; beginning to prepare for their descent ; of redivond lumber were shipped during Try The News' WANT COLUMN. PHONE 6C2.
I :uits, and Force with Cream 4t Scman's i
the first two months of the current -
; 1 { upon the capital and the delegation I -
PICNIC. ,
from this, camUa county, year. For the corresponding s (
Its k will take a high: position among the 1 I period in H 1I1'i2: the shipments were 1 The Ladies' Auxiliary of the H. of
; ARE!
WE EYE EXPERTS.I
ablest representatives in the state. I rr'j' _'),14o feet and, in hurl Zl.r.W,, L. C. will! give a picnic on April :2S NOW IS THE TIME TO FURM34!

i.;t feet. at :Magnolia; Bluff. Tickets; 2,'. cents : f \Ve succeed In o"orlnf P..rr"1lillbt: OUR DINING ROOM, AND MAP

,: .1ti In the account of mysterious attack I Citrus; fruit shipments from south Trains will leave union: depot at 2,:!" a Rti have 1 Kpmn\ing equlpnl.oursflvps: KVfttrau wan, bt-CBil the l:.We.st TON & QUINA HAVE WHAT V., .

1 upon the man, \Vood at Pa'.tuka the ern California from November 19"! 'I p. m., 4 p. m. and *:''.>) p. ra. a2td: fi Mix'tru Apinnno swhiebeilh our t\- 'I II WANT IN SIDEBOARDS, CH'","
I _
t k pert know HCgt>mill iuturcs
" t t other day the reporter s'ate<< that to February 23;;, 1!"'>:J, inclusive, i I + &UCChS.I opt-tittce CLOSETS TABLES AND CHAIRS

;4 two shots were fired at Wood, the first; amounted to 6t':" > cars tLis season TO CUKK .\ COM) IX O\: -; HAYTake r r O\SVi.J.111O: ) IIITK

j "causing a flight wound" in the arm. compared with 7, Laxalt"err mn Quinine : CREX AMERICAN GRASS CAR
1s i and the second "struckd's Ovate, and 8.42S: cars during the preceding lnSlur'? f fji ft on every k 4 THEO. EELLAMORE: ,
:Sc. Li) 'VWti/ I ; ET.S AND LINOLEUM, FINES
and glanced off, doing! no harm. What season to the same date. 1bOX. 'Y.1".1 I
'Y. l .;/ KtTHCT1NO oPTIrlAS.trnduiua '
we are curious to know is if any damage Eureka., ('al.. reitorts shipments of .r THING ON EARTH FOR YOUR
was done] to the watch. lumber during l lu: as 21",429.23': : We will lauudtr your spreads fo s ; ",. ..J'..t ad..lllhls.lI ( of Par.f. France And l'b"i i,I HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE

feet and 3,273,19S;; :! ;; feet during lfr!".l. ,i t5 cents each and mate thEm inns i RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTON t1UINA.
a tl' !akA uw star Laundry 231/2 SOUTH PALAFOX ST., OLD ARMORY BUILDING.
DOMESTIC TRADE MOVEMENTS, Of the former quantity l'J2.oG4.M2feet : : .
It
i As reported in the February Summary I were to domestic destinations. I I .

of Internal Commerce issued by I including insular p:>s-esjiuns.: I I CHI\V '4)i'It'ar-=.

E 1 1 the Treasury li'irtau of Statistics,I' Tacoma.Ya., shipped 1H29.:: I' 1- ........ -

14 show a general improvement over bushels: of wheat, during I'IJ to 1I S NHTHKKthfCfipta'ti
I 6c:- the!
: nor co'iMznc"f -
foreign destinations. From July 1.I9"2 ..
Sl, 1 conditions at the corresponding date M 7nazilinr illjt>f rasp
2S, 1:111: ;3, 570.111 i hi.. fur debts ouutractt .
i ; last year. In live stock, in movements ; to February Uecrvw of suid rr..rl.
+ t of wheat and flour in movements of barrels of flour were shipped from I H. w. ronta14ll"
.
Ir Tacoma to oriental ports: :307.24": : 1 WMB.KEYSEttacO.: t'BI" ".,, .'
jI corn, and in traffic on the Great Consign'E11RERtnec.pean "

!1 Lakes, t the flares showing present I barrels: from Seattle and 2';7'17 barrels Purity is FreeSchlitz / \ .... of OKI .'.
thtvpmwill
nor
eon.gn
,f conditions indicate decided\ advanceover I from Portland. 'rslIl''O be ri-pu'"- .
1 those of the corresponding date February was characterized by I I I for dt>Di. contracted by ae

3 I I last year. I light;: river and canal traffic throughout !: beer costs the same as'common beer, so !I I crew of said 'V .lel. .;"'111\ IE ,\
.. '
the countrygenera0r.. On the | Gulf Transit ('o 1'1 \
4 In live stock the traffic operations lonlanrre ,I

at five western centers amounted to :Monongahela river however, SJirt.fy.S: I j that purity is free to you. I'' -- ,
'' 47,151 cars having advanced from net tons of treiftht were reported as j 'I', conIgnrrtl tbA captal'"I v ."

ri 41.387 cars in February l'.'rl and 41. moved during February ITi'tf: as1 i i'I Yet purity costs us as much as the beer itself. !. s.fiitSEITJ\EI conUHCt'will be rt-i d I Irew "I! ..'.

I 833 cars in February 1!ln1.< For thet'O !I against 310,302; net tons in February jlO'il j of laid v....f I. !S. U J5OKJ Eii; ''''''
this, The combined tonnage; of > I, aWL.WJllJ'II.| till'
months ending with February
,2
j Consignee -
Louis\ille, Ky.. iI i'I I It absolute cleanliness. It compels us -
year. '9.:n 2 cars were reported compared 'I i freight passing at requires __ __ n

L with &$.27:; cars to the end of I through the canal and over the Falls i I I'I to filter even the air that cools the beer. Then Fort Barrancas, Fla, :Man,
I { February 1!'":2, an.l 8S.4y7 cars for thE for the two months ending with'I I SM;;,-Sealed propo.-.aU. in tr.
first two months of 10"!. I February was 3K2.242: : : net tons. Thetonnam > filter the beer and sterilizeevery i \\ill b<> received until 11 a. n.,
t1H Receipts of wheat at eight markets I ? moved h'a of Davis Island we must carefully :!II' l'J: <).,, for constructing II'
I achclor officers' quarters, ot.:
to the end of February for the current dam amounted to OS2.797: net bottle after it is sealed. glJU shut tort Uarrancas, Fasenes -

I crop year are rei med as amounting ,I tons for the first two months of this ;, :' right to reject or an > .

I'; to 20l,:>t1!.2sS: bushels.:: year ago; the [ year. On the Chesapeake and Pela- And the beer must be aged for monthsin or all proposals or any par1 "
i canal for the six months ending iformation furnished on aq;>
the receipts were lSj.:2! : <>.;4G( bushels; | ware
I
and for an equal period in 1901. total i i with February 19"3: a freight: : movejtnent a temperature of 34. degrees, for otherwise bp.antelopes marked contalDinipruiK-i'"J'roIIlJ.als for : i' ,

t t. of 1tj.IS5,4huhps, There has, of ZIti: SI net tons; was reported ion Public Unildiup," a'l'l"-! :!

therefor.', lnvn a progressive increase j Shipments of anthracite coal in the beer would cause biliousness. 1-:i. COLE Q. M.
)Ich 2:{ :::;; 17.I !!'
. reported as amountingto I -21.2Apr -
11 during; those three seasons in the volume February are t -
of grain received at these interior 5.ii70.f.uS net tons; and for January. I --

centers. The flour trade at Minneapolis 5.?4';.:<;;U ions, makin a grand total ;; II Hot Chocolate with

la during Ifi'C; has thus far of ii,(':!5o5S:; tons for the first h\0 Don't let dealer decide which beer Whipped Cream at Solo

,; averaged much hither than during the months of this year. For the corresponding your I non's.STEAMER.

I' preceding two )'pars. The weekly months of 1S02: there were ; you shall drink, for he makes most on the i -

production for the first; nine weeks shipped S.279.3yl: tons, and of 19' 1 i I
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LINE
I I .:: lltj)1 tons. :Snipments of coke1from kinds.
l of 1W3' averaged 3o: ,04t, barrels compared 9 : common

tk with 2V.U-H barrels in 1002; the Connellsville region for I

I' and 243.9SS barrels for a like period I eight weeks, ending with February. i iII Ask for Schlitz for purity means healthfulness (letween nlllcla and :'Iilrln-I / *'

{ in 19
i marked enlargement.! II with S4.3T.2 cars in 1&":2, and 51,497 i,i yet that purity is free.Not "

t. On the Great l.ake, traffic during cars in 1 lI)1. At St. Louis February : l "CITY OF TAMPA.

still subject to winter receipts of coal were 512.911: tons. l I
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February was t
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t.'V Milton_JJjllarn Lv PtoD
conditions, and confined to trans-lake compared with 4S7.2o2: : tons in February \rPeoiMOla.Vidbaia A r Milton rm

operations on fake Michigan.; Nevertheless 1911< 2. ,For the two months ending a beverage known to can is more healthful Fare,6'JC; Bound trlp.li.'W'
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the receipts at ports reporting with February, 1.050.932: tons were than beer, if it's pure.

j,333 tons, received\ this year and lI) OSlg tons
for February were Barley-malt and hops-a half-

compared with 170,508 in February last year. At Chicago coal and coke I' digested food and a tonic. II JEWELER IN HIS

190:!. and UIS.323 tons in February receipts for two months were 2. 15.- Your doctor says the weak must haveit.

1901. For the two months ending :301: tons this year, compared with I' feltnot the strong ? NEW STAND

with February Iu3 1.490 arrivals of I.St;3Ht tons last year. I
'But don't drinK: a germ-laden beer,
vessels were reported with a registered -
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tonnage of 1,5S7,1! net tons.rompu(1 '.
I have moved my Jewelry -: .r,120 -
with 1.323:: : arrivals; in the After DinnerTo ,, .
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for the Ircxcry South Palafox, formerly -
two months of 1902, and 13V ,
first w
assist dlsestion relieve distress kr1x:. i pled by Bass & Co., and aii :
099 registered! net tons. I after eating sir drinking too heartily better prepared than ever t" :-'"
At the North Atlantic seaboard receipts to prevent constipation uSe ..-
K I great bargains in dlamonj,wuu- ;
of grain including flour reducedto Hood's PillsSold jewelry, etc. Call and eee u." 1 j
bushels at Boston New York '
i L. BEAR &. CO. Wholesale Agents for Pensacola. tme coDTince yon.
Philadelphia and Baltimore are re I everywhere. 25! cents. I J, I. tiTEPIiENd.





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THE DAILY NEWS. PENSACOLA. .. FLURIDA, FRIDAY APRIL 8.1808. ,
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A DOMESTIC BRAND. No. OOO8. t.ti"ll: j ; .j J I
W. 0. O'NEAL, Preiidenn M. E. CLARK, Cashier; ;t..:.. 'B& _
illCURA PILLS peas said RAILROAD MEN s. J. FOSHEE.Vioe-Prt; id nr; Asst ". 4 {#
The French the potatoes

Were common Irish trash:- AMERICAN NATIONALHNii i< : 't!L 1 ['a: i ]

And 'twas plain to see that no pedigree IN CONVENTION

I I OF PENSACOLA ::1 .::1 \' ,
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Could be traced .1;
llll aOIoa.ilsi1I by the vulgar hash. -
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f For r They said that the rascally JohnnyCake IMPORTANT CONFERENCE NOW Designated Depository of the United States. l +r J

I Condensed Statement at the close of basinet March 20. 19M. jJ, t j'ij I f J.I
the Blood auk kin Had jilted Sally Lunn. THOUGHT TO BE ON THE TAPISIN -t .

And he'd been so tight the previous RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. 1 t ,

-- night .TLANTA. Loaasacd Discounts....................... $375.03762Demand Capital Stock .............................. $200.000.00 f.J ;;F! !
Loans...... ...... .. .... ...... .... 83.203 COOrerdrafta Surplus..... .... ...... .... .... .-..... .. .... _20,000.00 't. '' ti :
That he'd come home with a bun. ......'.... .............. ...... .... 2,35293 Undivided Profits...... ... .... ..... .... .... 509.39 -;! J' I- Joi'E,., i
I Cases s of Itching, Burning, And then they called the spaghettiA (Atlanta: Journal.) U. 8. Bonds and Premiums......... ..... 213806.87 Circulation.,........... ....".. .... .... ... 125,000.00 .1'It' +f.l: i\ J'

bourgeois dago dish, Stockssecurities, etc... ...... ............ 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid,............ ...... ..... .. 54.00 I t : I ..,
thefrog's There are several prominent railroad Furniture and Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 6718.48 Deposits; ................................... 621346.81 I I" 4::" '.J t
Humours Then the
Scaly deviled bowed eggs legs guyed men in Atlanta today and the Cash Exchange............... ... ...... 283,16630 :j- :{' ; r i ;.r.f', .!
fact that with j>Y' ,
they are moving secret. I
also sauced the fish .r tf-
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said that the partridge was [ivencss and .in: air' of mystery coupled Total..... .... .... .......... ...... ....... '966910.20 Total.... .... .... .... ..... ..... ....... .... $966,910.20 < t\\ I ''I:i 1 t

|Ind for f r Renovating and Enriching They just a bird- with the fact that plans for new This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give .G t! t J' 1r : I I ,I
depots and rights of way into the city your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. ;rt ; ;
the Blood. That really it was dead game. have been the topic for general discussion ''i j.t
They roasted the meat and the pig's 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. a ; ,1
and speculation for several days, ;
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big feet. .
gives their a significant bear !t '
presence !
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And called the wild duck tame. y'4: !k<. '}1''; r rI

and Most Economical The ice creamthey said was haughty. ing.Traffic I .'....!. ::.. :' .' :' i
the E Best Manager Lutz, of the West tJh ;. I' i.
Hard and purse-proud and cold Point route; President John M. Eaganof t1 ,. ,1 ? :
let I t Compounded And 'twas plainly seen that the tea d :''u 1 ..t'ti I
the Central of Georgia; Traffic Manager .,gJ i,!'. : ,II.;
was green. ( 1 '1'1 II I t.
Culp of the Southern Central
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And the sauce piquant was bold. Manager T. K. Scott of the Georgia \(' i".. 11t'0: I
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'=(,}Wllt Pills chocolate And. speaking of midnight suppers. '
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.' the product ol twenty-five The lobster blushed bright red. A ilk
the Central of C.I
; agent of Georgia;
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:1' il laboratory experience And the poor Welsh rabbit rubbered 55 !1>(to t '
i M. Goodwin, general freight agent of V illI\'DLlWtJ V I
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:1... .. :. .. 'l',humours: i i ii of of remedies the skiu for,scalp the At what the French peas said. the Louisville & Nashville, are all .uu i Ul; : ; ; ; ::1:1'Jr'

: i, II.-h li".s of hair, and are The Chef came into the Kitchen, in consultation but none of them will s I .. !. '

; .. i I. ii-Vfd to lie superior to And, .hearing voices raised give out anything for publication. t( :, ..4 i
i '. : ,itiu-s H well as liijiiiJj Exclaimed "1'ow I'll settle ze row The officials say that Mr. Goodwin) > j'1. \ .>:., Il I II
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ill the curative Parbleu! I am amazed! and Mr. Stone had gone to Knoxville '
a ij; toenjtly I I i F" ;" ,. i
"t( I'rt..juu' IIIt'llidual agenti He whipped the cream so fiercely to install S. H. Stout m the oftce of I .. ',1 ,, '..... ,I'ii

[: i ....,.:::ling needles; eXI'ues; Nothing was left but dregs. general agent of the Louisville & ''I:I .-i ." 1\4.' i'. ,"t. -'' ,J, I;
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j. : '?,'. 'di"II'I"'rliulI.ofIIIthol the till he made Kno\viilej ; --- 11' 'I.,... I' : .. Ij
... lie peppered peas ;Naslnilie and the Atlantic*, .. r
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'I i ::i l'M3 have hereto- j ;, ,
i j rv.il. them sneeze and Northern, the position to which I B. H. FAIRCHILD, t.. J.. r.' hi t
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i 1 r...- arc alterative, antiopf : And soundly beat the eggs. Mr. Stout was recently appointeil, and crPEXOx..STERER: !. "t: ::1 L \- ;I'

d tlijjc-tixe, ami beyond I -By MARIE UUE. when that was done they had decided : !,r. t ,,
.. |..unt, sxvwtt,mot ue- l 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. fl' ( ) ;
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to run down to Atlanta for a day'srest. r !. ; :: '
(i 11 iiiiomical Mood awl skia .
Work and Furniture
: Io'oet Refinishing
GONZALEZ a t
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t: i .' iiiMiuudfJ.! Alodium; adult DIED THIS MORNING. ThU story is not fully: credited by I Specialtf.T 'j r. -'I .,. ; t
i" .I-.l.I _. laonoAMUSEMENTS.403. i. .j a ; : ,
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; those: who Rite neon watching; the developments Our line of .
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I <'xtf'rnl1111: : internal: trc.it-: Little Ada Chiso: Gonzalez a ('aush- Alpaca, '1" I.'. .
few weeks, and Warm J' r
of the '
i H'l'ry humour may: now he O. A. Gonzalez, past '_ ,'
ter of Train Master ? Serge : ,
i I. 1,'IP dollar conisting i ; of Cuti- it is thought that the presence of theL01lls'iIle 2 Weather ; : ;.,
after i .
't, to clew n*e the kin, 'utii'tirl: died early this morning shortly Nashville officials at this I ) Clothing and i i" : ,
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,. father's home at the I- : :
"n '. to heal the skits, and Cuti- midnight! at her "' is 'Y "
.Iwllt l'i1I .tueadandcleause'd. De time has some hearing on the rumors : now p Sicilian .." '!
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southwest corner of Gregory I .1"" :of,! [
A single\ \ set, coninjj hut Villiers\ streets. The child: had been i that the: Louisville &. Nashville would SCS 2525252525252.S"The ready. Coats"!: I "' f... ."...
,h i of ton sutlicit'ut to the ter1mir.als. ; '
ir cure establish
Atlanta and '
soon enter An / ; J
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,'Hiring, ili-flgurinjj Mdu, scalp sick for a long time and its death was 111j.; .
: ,MHl humor rc/ciiias, ra h.'. not entirely unexpected. The funeralwill Prisoner of Zenda. Assortment .1' t and ,,f' ... t i,

's an l irritation; with logs; of take place atI o'clock: this afternoon I Mr. Stone is qt'oted as having said I II Of all the romantic dramas extant Vests.Styles. i j', i' : ; 1 J'I'+" ;

h'ont infancy to ae: when phy- the that the \l/.uisvHle & Nashville >vouldsurely :osibly none has enjoyed the contin- consistingof t ; t ;' V
.., from St. Joseph's church, and I t't ''i! rf
and
: all other rfuicdk-a fail. come into Atlanta, but that :}} ions prosperity of favorable criticism t \
---- interred at St. Michael's J
remains will be
1 \ was wry uncertain when that wouldbe. I hat has ever been accorded to the Crash, Correct, t '1 .: I ; 'j'
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MOODY AT SAN JUAN.V : cemetery. great .
Messrs. Goodwin and Stone are I'risoner of Zenda which conies to Linen, 1' t f.f.'j i
pithy is expressed for the fa1 her ansurviving I Quality t !' { f' :
the Atlanta From the night Flannel I 1
said to have come over he theatre tonight.
,, Establish Coaling Station at immediate relatives. ';' f 4{;, ;
That Point. Knoxville and ;Northern railroad from I jf its first presentation when E. II. and 4 and ,. !r;: -: .: ', ..t R,
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", P. R.. AprilThc TAKE NOTICE.To KnowiUc on a tour of inspection of I southern began a limited engagement HomeSpun PricesAlways '.',' \ ,' .J''. if;

: dispatch! hoat Dolphin,, that property, which is now a pert .i in New York City with this play, "' 't. a''!

.! Yesterday afternoon whom it may concern: of the Louisville & Nashville system. I \nhich finally culminated in a run that Coats and :.'. -1-t ;! !

nt.as, visited Culebra On and after this date all Resoli This was denied by Mr. (:lood'.vin's: sec I II I extended far into a second season, Trousers. Rij>ht 'I I,., s ,.<.'" ;

.hung: to San Juan. lions Cards of Thinks, Excursions or retary. who said that the trip tll Atlanta I until the present time this famous romance I \ 01)).,! t. \ .;
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',,'10 I the Italian war Entertainments to whicn an adrni : was made merely: for : still maintains the first rankin t
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i -an and the United I sion is charged and simi'ar notice : and on the imitation of {';; the dramatic offerings of its kin,!. .,J.t.J- ..."

Alliance saluted will be charged for at regular!; sdve ;ilis. "f the Atlanta, Kiioxulk amt; [,)n its rl''pnt'isit to the principal c't- /.'! 'f '

-nor Hunt( wont on I tit-in i J lC1tes. Nt -the"u. I ies, making a tour which extended :: r '
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mat and explainedthat In restore to a question as to the \ from New York City to San Francis i

the dredirint! : ; purpose of the visit of Traffic Manig- ?o. it was everywhere greeted by nnenormous R

which has a soft Health | fOr l iitof the Atlanta and West Point, attendance. Time has not JOS. COLEMAN, .l : t

..m, does not pre ai Rome i| a local official of that road said: "Mr.: lessened its charms nor weakened! its !

Li through Hire Roollirer 1116t ,,... till his iisness.: I for this, its '
Mr. delightful prepnratiuu of Lutz d< not ti* i bating powers on third's ,

: nf li iuparty call- i, roots terries., hrrl'S Nature's, harks, own prescription and + i Inquiries concerning the presence' of triumphal tour, it continues to test the :: -CLOTHIER,-(#: 'l;; { .. ,<. .. .1

and tomor- I' lltrtitrtits every ': I'n'"I.I'nt Hsan; of the Central of capacity of theatres everywhere. : !
play member of the family. LM'J South Palalox, .c..c..c lN-nU'ola, Florida. 19. ,1" : i : : I
rl\t l'assl'IlJl'rgf'nt 1 .
.1 reception at the 'Otorpa, and General J -tl
y H tile. of theiaire road, were answered Mary Johnston's"Audry" on the Stag:. -.;; b,i !i

the plain slatoiiient that: they ,. ;
by
'I i interviewed re : Mary Johnsu.n's "Audrey" made into ,. .
HiresRootbeer I. I Ii'
iwere I in Atlanta for pleasure.N'othii.g 'I
of San Juan he- i dramatic form by Harriet: Ford and 1:1:
could! be le-irr/Hl i' If'1'b'I'
iic for a coaling { I ; whaiever 1'I F. Doudinmun, will iv presented at .
pariflmhe ,qamcWtUi*thimut4 the movements of General Manager 'i "t'
t plra*i the |>*lair. A |>*kfcnuk 1I as to the opera lunse on :Saturday: niht.; 1 -. I
1(' ?* are a n... boM ever+ here r. Sent, or the Gtorpia railroad. 'l-4 ;t'lr''I'
ii 1' 'I J at present to / or by mall,Zjc. lknre ofitoitati nt. From all acounts it seems that Miss n rJ \ I
i tp1/A t CUrles E. Bins Co.,SUltrrn,P& It is said by some that he is still here. r++ fr 'sl 1'
1 m I. It ponds on r l Johnston's great story has lent itselfrasily ; \ : .,..
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i 1'.1 and readily to the requirements '
it, and th.it developments i .:: 1. .)Jr 11.1
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1! ''!'i..I' the Iron; .,lat ure mystery surrmm lof the stase.: Any way, Harriet Ford I i )
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interest to .f : : !
of exceeding' fi'
1 t i-it any necessary.Mr. I and 1'. P. Ihlldingtrt appear to have :..1 .r. .
''Atlamians will result from the meeting II and _, -. /,
MiKMly re a drama of large human interest
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r J 's 1fT of these prominent men here. great dramatic power, as well as one Bon Bons and Chocolates.i 1ftJ:: :: ;j;

!'h. ,lireilsred, thrrcthe I of much prettiness and enthralling in .
.' CHRIST CHURCH dc 1".1.1"! 1)1'11/Il.! f1... ; 11-
: narlmr may EXCHANGEMrs. terest. Liebler & Co., who never

I K A. flyer GUILD and Mr;this. I. Sal HAiken .' gather anything a by company halves,of have the brought very : finest to- di W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, os { i.L'WDruggist

will have charge on
T"j3htful Man. I unlay beginning at 12 o'clock ol quality. Miss Eleanor Kobson, one ol I and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St. Ni : t .

: Winchester! Ind., I the Christ Church Guild Exchange. the most charming actresses on the : ; 4,4
n the hour nf need. stare: today will impersonate the title ,, ::
be sold as usual' f I' .
I dainties will [
of I The achieved great .. { r.f.
in unusual case role. Miss Robson a .
at Mr Sol Kahn'ho has Kindly I ..
M.nih'f! physicians Ii when "Audrey" was presented j"j: .
I success DR R MOCK
,. He thought of i, 'allowed the ue Menu.I of his. store. ','at tho Madison S-ptarf: Theatre, New J. i i.;; ...-. \ ':" Y J{" '

-; New Life Pills I' i York. This w'as the sixth time within : ; ; f\ l (
I Cream Puffs.Cocoa'int {
i I at once and was: Cream Pies. two years that :Miss Robson had enjoyed : :
Pies. i
"A I 2Sc:i atV ..1h4C Chocolate: Eclairs. a great: personal triumph and DENTIST Ra i
Kclairs.
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121 S. Pal. ". : ." 'Cream Small Cakes. in the following; order: in "Arizona. rarffi "BSb 'i-rf::tl :I t,1
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.1, . : Varities of large ('akcs.Chicken in Robert Rrownine's "In a Ralcony, i' i ..' :
: I : Twelve Coquettes with Mrs. Le Moyne and Otis Skinner: 28% S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building. !

: n Army. .t : : I. : Sala'ChicJ..m in "Unleavened Rread," ".\ (;f'utlemanFrance .. t 1
Pickles.Ueatcn : {
'>1':.''. \Uiiter in charge : Home Made Wafers of ," a? Juliet in "Romeo and CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. ftt < :tfi I

at S o'clock and i : I Biscuits. Juliet," and finally as "Audrey." 1'1; S.\CJ.\, FLA. 11 :!; 'h: 1
school Almonds.
:.1% : Sunday Salted :to ,' t
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:,'s All are cordi- Home Made Candy. I "';, Ii 1"
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j jr Cheese. Sandwiches., Now is a good time to begin tali n11ood's
Cream Lumber. Hudgins' new style label for his 5 ;

/ t t Hot Tea and Coffee.If Sarsaparilla, the medicino 2x: scantling, $3 per thousand. cent cigar will interest you.
Scales at Jacohy's I that cleanses the blood and clears 3x3 scantling, ?C per thousand.

!;ulit'in large You Are Lookingfor the complexion. Other items in proportion. Call and Try Gnnther's Candies at

\1. aitemiaui is kept SOLD BY a perfect condensed milk prese-rved I see us.MdImo.. EEEKMAN LUMBER CO. Solomon's. ; .

"'.d! nii'isurin? then1. I : without sugar, buy Borden's Peerless ------
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ii !'i i with a record. Brand Evaporated Cream. It is not I THIS HAT <* j
I & I.\ MAYER infants but its Good Cypress Shingles $1.25 per
D. food for
'.' Steaded Wheat BisCt I only delicious a perfect flavor and richness mikes it thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. \elles-lann( { Company,

e with Cream at Sol- Hex! Door to First National Banl l. !j I superior to raw cream for cereals:household coffee Try The News' WANT COLUMN. WHOLESALE A>RETAIL I4 '
general
tea. chocolate and t' jl

cooking. Prepared by Borden's 7 GROCERS.Headquarters ,

\: xxxa.xa ( Condensed Milk Co.AtEETIN3A.. L W. PEAKE, t

; I Electrical contractor and builder, for = { i

,0: LENTEN SPECIALTIES ot t tAT I 0. H. will do your electrical work in first-

II II meeting- of the Ancient class style and at reasonable rates. Fancy and Staple Groceries. V. I
A special
I HP can hP found et 3") South Palafoxitreet. .'t
\ I Order of Hiberntan will be held at Phone 203. .. ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE i 1t t

.. .SOL CAHN & CO'S... their hall, on next Wednesday, April FANCY GOODS. f a,
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Fth at 7.S*> o'clock to make arrange And many other Beautiful Styles of WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS ,

ments for the celebration of Dewey FOR WEST FLORIDA FOR THE ,
J:* \ !n.'11 MXCkKKKJ', GUKKN Tl'UTLK MEET this Season are to be seen at CELEBRATED

;, I I s, conri-ii. sl1F'r...llFilL: ('H.\Bv. I Day '
Cafe du Mode' Coffee, Sweet Home
: .be 111'-11. nH UOK, Jacob's tomorrow MRS. NORDSTROM'S i ,| !
'A' 'l"t til m.o.\n:...., tKll'rKUr.U lir.UUING.: I fi' opening at I Molasses IllinI and Climax Flour, 1 '

r" HANv'riSH. \ will be lately attended and pretty I Spring Millinery Opening.April I t Baylels Delicatessen, German-Ameri r t 1 r;
I to every thtie PA0t0SIJOpA8. ,
souvenirs win be presented i f ,
( -...t mg Generally Kef in FiBt-Qass Grocery. PHONE [1;8 5 and the choicest groceries, 1. 2 anti 3. I can Food Company's Canned Meats, a "t t :F

d $: xacxac SSSS, I I one.will be shown. II I I :iu. 11 East IiitciuleiK-ia St. I 20-li S. Palafox Street. I i Etc. Etc. a E t

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., THE DAILY NEWS. PENSACOLA FLORIDA. FRIDAY.. APRIL $', 1O$ g





p Advice to the Aged. MEN Thousands. Hare Kidney*Trouble ANOTHER CARGO MAHOGANY OF ARRIVES.The CurseDRiNK In State Escambta of Florida.County In Circuit Chan: ry c 1l rt.

Are brings bfirattie, such u itae* HARTFORD and Don't Know it. schooner Richard A. Bingham Clyde E. Wilson,

bowels w.; '.: kidneys ud Madder tht I vs.
fish >>
How To find Out. Belize this morning
arrived from
Charles ClTk and
ad TORPID LIVER.Ton's Julia r lr
Fill a botle"or common glass with your over 2,0')"!) mahogany logs consigned I OP his wife: Richard Clark
ASHOREJO-DAY water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a Janey Clark his
sediment set- to the C. C. Mengel Co., manufacturersof wife: Si
____ J or Clark Louis Harris and U,
Pills jr-i.i; cc- tling indicates an Louisville Ky. The Bingham went I j Harris, his wife; Fannie \1!1I

hOUND ADMIRABLE PLACE TO 1tFJ _r ;) unhealthy cf the condition kidneys up to Conimandancia wharf and will I tin,, Martha Dixon Isaiah

I .' r if it stains disc-bars: her cargo directly to the on. Rosa Daniels and .
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have a specific effect on these organs, DRILL AT SEVILLE SQUARE AND your linen it is cars. The steamer Greenville is lying Daniels, her husband A.
stimulating the bowels causing themto r. CURED BY Simmons and Hiram Simn
evidence of kid.
their natural functions aiin on the east side of Tarragona her
perform husband.
youth and SCORES WATCHED THE DRILL.A ney frequent trouble desire: too to street wharf and has about half of! WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. On Monday the 4th tl3't

IMPARTING VIGOR_-' pass it or pain In her cargo in the cars. She Is the third I! D. 190j; the defendant t ..

: to the kidneys bladder and LIVER. .1 -- ----1 'the back is also steamship! to bring this item here for It j and Rosa Harris are nI .
i yotottt, A'ooilor. ton girt in glaii
: The,'arc adapted to old and 1011II1.Maritime. convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder oj I pear to the bill filer at
big detachment from the training cargo, the others having been broughtby "'aln-.ftl/, or cofee icithout putunt'i kwneleilge. herein.
_ are out of order.
ship Hartford under command of First the Hydra (2):! and Gladdan.A I Whir Ribbon Remedy nilleureordFitro; This order to be
What to Do. pu -
the d seas id appetite for alcohol tlmulantii -
Lieutenant Dunbar came ashore at There is comfort in the knowledge so Kiielherlbe patient 19 a confirmed each week for four conse< '.

9:30: o'clocK this morning for drilling ofen expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swair.post Great Sensation. inebriate, a "tippler," social drinker or in the Daily News, a nlish..d .-\\-
drunkard. ImDoirjIf foranycne to tar
purposes. The men as usual were nattily ? the great kidney remedy fulfills every There was a big sensation In Lees- appetite for alconilic liquors after using an in said EscambiaA. <

I wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the vile Ind., when W. H. Brown of that White Ribbon Remedy. M MuMit.! \
attired in the white duck naval
back. kidneys liver bladder and every part Clerk riBy !": ...
: to die had Indor t1 by Members of W. C. T. CMr .
Arrived. uniform and made an inspiring showas of the urinary passage. It corrects Inabilityto place who was erpecled B. H. BfRT >\

Zanzibar. Br ss, 1919 Robinson they marched or executed the commands held water and scalding pain in passingit his life saved by ....r. king's New Dis- men's..Christian Moore.presi Temperance 8uperlolt'nd"ot Union of Ventura Woo- Pensacola Fla. March ix

New Haven to Keys r & Co given at intervals by the commanding cr bad: effects following use of liquor co\ery for consumption. Rewrites "I: (California writes1 have tested I MlS-4w.
wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant M bite Ribbon Remedy on very obstinate
Ester :fewed: ss, 16S3; Horndahl Gulf- officers. necessity cf being compelled to go often endured insufferable agonies from drunkard',and the cures have been many. !

port to H. Caars & Co The men were in five companies and during the day, and to get up many times Asthma but your New Discovery gave t I cretiI In many cases cheerfully the Remedy recommend was given'and InI beI -- CA.STOr .P:tA..

Marylands, 15r ss. 1616. Breedie. were marched down to Seville square during the night. The mild and the extra- me immediate relief and soon thereafter -I, dorse While Ribbon Remedy. Members of Bean 11e jltillt\n" U ? ;1
rdinary effect cf Swamp-Root is soon our Union are deligted to Ond an economical -I ( tar. ? '
i Portsmouth to Keyser & Co i where for a long time they were put ealizsd. it stands the highest for its wonderful effected a complete cure. Similar ,, tremment" to aId us in our temper. : I. j" 1.

Richard: A. Uinghain! fi9; Merritt, i through countless but highly! interesting cures of the most distressing cases.If cures of Consumption Pneumonia, aneeRork. I (

Delixe to C. C. Mengel & ,Bros ,, : movements. you need a medicine you should have the Bronchitis and Grip are n.imerous.'I Druggists or by mall $1. Trial package II I

Dorothy .Am ss, 1G23: McDonald le; ;t. Sold ty:: druggists in 50c. and$1. sizes. I It's the peeilessemcdy for all throat free by writing Mrs. A. M. Townsend (for i You want a good rut -M,'
I I Scores of citizens were attracted by stay in Pen;>acola Mil1'
You may have a sample bottle cf this I : years secretary of a Woman's Christ- < .::1
to LT S. Navy ;the music from the ship's band and wonderfjl .. I and Inns troubles. Price jrtc and $1. 'I back your order. Send I lTJ
discovery ain Temperance Union) 218 Tremont
.
.L Cleared. : hurried to the green to atch the and a book that tells h' :.:::.. -: Guaranteed byt.*. A. D'Alemberte, had 20 years' pxppri -r.r ire
.. '. St, Boston, Mass sold in IVnsaeoia bj worked in several > ,
Rr August Belmont. 2'K": ; Rogers the more about it..both ser.t iiit. ", .. I Druggist, 121: S. Pakfox Mreet. Trial pui ?.
boys. Among spectators were '=. .... Hannah Uros., 21 H. Palatal St Orders left at Johnson ,,
free mail. .te
4 Gulf Transit Co for Tampico with absolutely by
by bottles fiee.
many ladies who were as highly interested Address Dr. Kilmer & will be atteudfd to.
5,8uO tons coal valued at ?13)30):: I' Home cf Swamp-Roo" CHAS.V. PK, ,
as any of those looking on. CO., Binghamton, N.Y. When writing men- 1.[
I lr ss Firth..1)[ }Forth 1US5; : Broody, I' The commands were given vviih al- ticn reading this generous offer in this paper. THE INDIANA IS I i '. MEN AND WOMEN

by II. Riars & Co for Genoa with :arming frequency and when the final Don't make any mistake. but renember REPORTED OFF BAR. 4( I.I LRka i.Id.yi. {.'rL!Ie Big rce G,inll t.'r ammal'uo"nDD.IDraldi. E. W. PEAK,

a 47GOoi s ft lumber, 317'Mto s ft sawn orders to the the Swamp Root. Dr.> G.rs.iee4,. irritations or ulceration.aotm.tncttir .
.. ( << were given move young name. of mucous ?unobrsne..
timber for Trieste with CT.OOO's) ft .\ telephone message from the navy rrew.a(uiaiio.. Ptmie,, Itt'1 not Mtrm-
; wHe' Kilmer's and the address -
:I men all respiring quite freely. Swamp Knot \ a THVAMSCHIMCAICS. gent or poi onuua. No. SO South Palafox K, ,

; : limber, 'JC2,0: : IIIs ft sawn timber; tn- And during this s-eries of drills in Bicghamtou, X. Y., on every yard at 2:3" o'clock this atternoon reIMrt -, CISCINkATII, aola by Drui.ta, call bells, wires and JlI> g ",;f
|j.
I the Indiana oft' the u.s.a. or lent in plain wr rrr.
tire cargo valued at $19,9I.2S; the hot sun, the band, stationed under buttle.: battleship en 11 rxpretts prepaid, fur electrical supplies. Havi .
Gulf The Indiana has been '% t tl.00..T3lK.Hl.1 1:75. e j
Span ss Vivina 19S3: Ruiz by : trance. out lrd :
ia convenient "There'll Be
tree. played ---- Circular Kiit oD reiue.I. your work Call phone a
Transit Co. for Liverpool ,with additional week or more engaging in target
I a Hot Time. Some of the seamen ciple absolutely refuses to be subservient
cargo of C33:: square bales cotton: musicians f practice and is said to have made -
the at
would glance toward to a mere sentiment.
round bales :29! hh.U record. Should the vessel
and 3CS cotton, quite a :
; times with "fire in their eyes as a Senator Morgan proposes the following -

leaf tobacco, 28 pcs ash logs, 27,733 youthful spectator expressed it. platform for the democratsto come inside this afternoon she will WIGFE a co.

pcs oak staves valued at $GS,5S2.:: :! I adopt at the next national convention probably asume her old anchorage.The .

Br ss Cairncrag, 1930: ; Gibson, by NOTASHORE Illinois and Iowa are yet engaged -
BLUE JACKETS

SutherlandInniss Co. for Cardiff with THIS MORNING. First-The: dropping of the isues of in target practice on the gulf, and P1mber Gas and Steam Fitter

I 46,000 s ft lumber, 96OO)') s ft sawn their guns can be heard distinctly in ,
Contrary to expectations the thousand 806 and 19oO, and the adoption of a .
4j timber, valued at $14,907. the ct!!. It was stated this afternoon
or more bluejackets from the four platform based on the old-time principles No. i South Palafox Street.
'lIt Br sch Governor Blake :214 Hunter, that the Iowa would probably return
did not ashore for of the party. I
battleships come
'i: by John A. Merritt & Co. for Mobile in to port tomorrow and the Illinois All Kinds H: Plunbingand Gas Fittings Materials Eep on BanIS
drill this morning. It was stated that Second-The payment of all national i -
; g ballast. would go to New Orleans perhaps be- 'TELEPHONE: MS '. "'N .u'O'.A. "'T.*
the reason of this was because the debts and all other obligations in
{,H Sailed. tore returning to Pensacola.
flagship !began to coal today and at the specie and the levying of uniform I
ft.; Br! ss Firth of Forth Brady forIt
:I last moment the admiral ordered signals tariffs and internal taxes in our in-

l Genoa and Triste set delaying the laud drills. It is ular possessions, which are to be the Nasal r14; SAMUEL CHARLES
It!4 Br ss August Belmont Rogers, Tam ,
[ expected that unless the- men are same as the United Stat's.CubaEnrouragf'nU'nt h

I !IOi pico. brought;; ashore this afternoon they to Cuba to CATARRH iii l BCCT AND SHOE MAKER

! I will come to the city in full force tomorrow adopt free trade and welcome an- la all its razea facie 0o !!U

r. VESSELS 'IN PORT. I morning. The drills! will beheld I II' nexat ion. :00111.1 be c! :lII.nc:3. JIVER ))mhe |ij REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

r13W I' in Seville square, as Mayor Jones i Fourth-Reduction of the tariff. Ely's Cream B.ulin'ttaYi4'5afl'thCtfltI bii.i Wholesale and Retail Dealer: in Shoes,; Leather: Fi. _.aj o
ht'alt. i..ss. ;
. t1; fj Stemsilps.Culgoa has issued permits to that effect.! 111111trust law extending the -i-i-eJ: Ei m ra2eItcnr.st.nhan'Idvc5: 'I'lUM5tt.. UOTSOUIII P.tIISTIIIET..

I operation! of the Sherman law to allmOllololie.i et I
II Am. ss 2170 Dojle, New t.. --.1--it
a cu'il t:tf Le.tll1uck .
I to the 8lt31 a '
I I THE BLOOD selling goods gayrument. -
, li York to U S. Navy. 7. !

. .N, (airncrag, Br ss, 1931: Cli1on'era :( Cannot remain pure if the liver is (' _( rr.iri Palm is paced! Into the nostril: ,spruo ds J. E. Dur.uissox t9 BROTHER
: ; inactive. One function of the liver is Sixth-Reaffirmatinn of the general over the meniVauo and 19 a'!, r>rucd. r...:.ef m imliifdime ,
Cruz to Suthi'rland.lnni.s Co.
.
of the of the laid down au J a cure follow. 1; la nut '1rinI; ,,.9 OHXKll T.UtH.GOS.AD:
11 to filter the impurities out principles party as IsrtsuJCI.THty!'.
,i1 Durango, Span BS, Quintana :2297: :, I cot i>rod.ie inc-uztn. large Size, 50 cents at Dra,-
blood. other and! in the national conventions prior to -
Jl 'f' Malaria or germs mail Tj.a; Sue,10 man. Dealers
( I New Haven to Sutherland-Innes Co jisti or by ; cents by in
. poisonous Matter cannot remain in he civil war. I ELY: EKOTIIEI.05 Warren Street.New Tort
: :1 KarHwul, IT F.S. U?(), Brawn, Havana .
I f"" / to Suthorland-Innis Co. I the system when the liver i is active. In regard to his first proposition, I te Choice Staple and Family Groceries, o

: II El'\TICl'IL\ the best liver tonic. there is no doubt that it will be prac- I
' ,Francisca Spin ss Kchevarria, I BADBREATH
Our Good
Received Fresh
0. It will aid the liver in its work of ically adopted. The democratas have are Daily. They are too many to enumerate
!! .t, I 1508 Biloxl, to Gulf Transit Co. and are Warranted to be the Best the Market Atford and can be
. elimination; it will tone up the blood lone enough thinking to realize that I Relied on. We can Duplicate Order Given
Greenwich, lr ss, 16.03, Cobb, BelJ2e any 114 During the
:: to C. C. Mengel Co. I I and l Keep it normally alkaline. It is the old-time prnciples and a corn- Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Part of the City.

r ; the b?st blood purifier and constitution dote departure from the issues of
..
I' Katendrccht, Dutch bs, Teensina I have been ulnc ".&11\n ETa and.. COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.
.
; : builder to be had. Sold by all 1 V.tii: and I':*"!') are absolutely essen- a mild.atut clttM-tive laiauve they are Kiuiily wonderful
Ycra Cruz to'W. S. Keyser & Co. Mr ddiihhier ami I were lathered *ub
: P.O.Box326.
| druggists. ial for hopes of success. The tick sitoniarh and our breath was Yen bait After
tii,:l r. Jnchkeith. Br ss :!!U'. Major, Boston any taking a few d.*ses of (asearetR we hare improvedttouderlully I\ J.E.Dubuisson&Bro..
t.ir; : rest cf the platform voiild seem to TI.-t are a*rrt at li<'II'l in, the fatuiiy. PHONE 66.
to Gulf Transit Co. U II Htl.\JI\A NAt.tL I
; p.I SENATOR MORGAN'S PLATFORM. bl' broad enough for the party to stand 1117 Hiliuuhuuhe M..iijctuu&it,Ohio.P'enant. :FnIuily: Grocer....
) Mortlal.e, Ur ss 1700: ;, Nicolle, TarnI i .
't. i (llirmir.ghamew5.:: .) on. Certainly the proportions art -
' -o, to Gulf Transit Co. I
.j\ ( The gem-ral outline of a platfjrm: worthy ot careful consideration. The I
: Br Sturcnhon 1453: :
I Nith ss, ,
I
f the democratic as proposed tanner thus comments on the second
; .r << party
ii: Jvinijston to nix M. Robinson .A.
"i by Senator M<">rsnn. of Alabama has dank in Senator Morgan's platform: I MAmverystX'cEsSoia
lit Irene sv.ed ss, 142':!:!, Itoyessen
kVitTich attracted a great toV.. & (
I II : Tampico 0. i
One rt'a-U1 for this is the firm belief he insular possessions is a particu- ( TO AVKRY WUOLFOLK)
\Vilhoraina Fr ss. lfiS2:!, Bone Tam- :

(l. 1,1";* jiico, to liix M. Robinson. Lf the public in Senator Morgan's larly strong one. It would be an attack IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

II" II' l">nc-oty and sincerity. He is a man on the weak points in the repub-
i : : Pala'able. potent Tavtn C.otA DoUooil
Ships.Carana. I of breadth of rrosjivbsive views. of iian armor. If we are to derive full ,.V'YtT ken. \\eaken.ur Onpr lie" 2.Jc JUc. HAKDARE.
I Ilt
f and with the courage of advantage from those possessions: ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
! ., : Ital hip.CosU ItS, Cape independence
Glrrllnt Krnrd> t.Bp.... lId...... ..*,...1. tea to... sib
i ,I.. Town to 11. i.nrs & Co. his ('Ilctl.ms."hat'wr; may bethought and use them fur enlarging our NOI-0-8A": !
.' Am ship Kennt-bock 19:W, Lane, and said of his position and trade in the Orient there must be no I J(;tsuw ( tILE'J"Ub"Cl'ti U..blt. rtapplies, Cookin and HPUTIDI: Stoves Paint Oil

Boston to John A. Merritt & Co. : record on the isthmian canal q-"s bars to commerce. The great c'>m- i I I Window Glass Guns, Piotnlaud Fi-hinj Tackle.

r r Indus, Ital ship Oncta 1111." Marseilles lion, those wlu know Alabama senlor ni>rC'ial interests of the country in Agate and Tinware ana l'Mi efurni.shiiii; Goods.

to Kosobco I3rus.OJJere senator are convinced of his trustworthiness the Philippines and the vast Orient Chris Thiesen 'AGENdFOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY"'\

f: Nor ship. Sars, 'IGI: Durban -' and his dfteiminatiou to which trade with tV. "e islands will Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery

.i l to F. O. Howe & Co. follow what l.e believes! to be righton aid in developing :-: -t not be made CORNER Whoel Co.. L\ftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kii-

Saa; Nor ship, Hana 122:! Mjnte-, all public questions. subservient to the ir.terests of a few somlUe, Iron King' and Buck Stoves and Rangp, Wm

video to master I In expressing his views as to what western growers of tLe: sugar eet." I INTENDEHCIA AND BAYLEN SIS., Coups Made Railroad& CO. I Colors.Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury'a!

' I the democrats shOUld ----- --
sort of a man
1 1 Barks. I nominate for president he says: AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT? One Block West of Palafox. Masonic Temple $ Pensacola }'IL

t; AJvokat. Srhiander, Nor lk1aJ.- I I "1 would not walk across the streetto Unusually a hacking; cough!; and a I!I KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF i i--- - -- ..

sen,-, Algoa Bar to order I make one man president: aboveI general fooling: : of weakness. often

A\"Iemoreor bk, Hanson 1043, I unless in obedience to leading to fatal results after the patient TIME TABLE.
I another my is s-irposed to have passed the
Rio Janeiro to order !conviction that one of them was amore danger point. Foley's Honey and

r Ital bit Aniolllna. S03. Maniace. Marseilles trustworthy man in his profes Tar is guaranted to cure the "grippe ; r PUREST[ I lI ij LOUISVILLE' AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-

to H. Uaars & Co. II I soins than anotlur I care not whatcrowd coueh" and make you strong and i _BKKECT DgcMagRllI

Enriehetta .%ccanie, Ital bk 993: well. It never fails to stop a coughif
been running with or I
he has
TasMno, Genoa to S. S. L. ('II I taken in time. Take no substitutes. New Orleans and Mobile.
anything of that sort. The true testis I YOK. --
I
IJoffe 1C73 Montevideo --- -
Ital bi
Carlo P, i I
his hon.'stand sincerity. i
No.6. So." No.1. I
I to order i This would! naturally!! bring up the CHOICEST I If Family Medicinalll : 1:15: a i 12I m 11:00 pLein PeDtaeoJI ....Arrlu I i 6:00 No.1.I I I No.1..:00 P I I 5:50 rioi; J
or e 8fJI I 2Tp 1:02 a Leave.Ylomaton_ Lt'ln
Ten- tM :
I' Gregoria, Ital bk Olivari. 817. a ?:igo p T.Ii: I
question of whether or not the support 11:00 a .::t:! p ':M a Lt-ave ... Mobile .__ I..a. II;'" q', 1:15 q I C.UCINo.
:2.; ? IM) a LeaY8S"wf.
eriff to order OF -- -- p j ; nll..L..ave '
or rejection of the platforms of 8tI'p 1: 31 :;.

!: Lady Tenrhjn. Nor bk. .\nl 'rseI1. iv: ,i an.l 1"')" should have any influence FOR I North.

773. Savannah to order in the selection of the democratic f FRUITS !ANDCONFECTIOER

: Mary A. Troop. Br bk HIS Walley candidate. These platforms have Tlie Sailor or Laodsiao.s ; J. No. 4. I No. 1 No. l

to order. I ii:us p m 12:15pm Leave_ Pentaeola _
;: Santos been abandoned as utteny impracticable -AT- I Arrive I 4:00p m &:), t m
sass in 9.57 .
m Arnve ..
p Montgomery :.J ln 11:15
Cette am 11:11.II: \ III
1KO.
L Holt Nor bk Torgensen for U")4. The party has not the I l1: aam 9W; pm \rrlve_ Birmingham .Leave 8:38lm ';UOplll

iii: to Master. I. iPOSTLE'S Swedish Punch. Danistt Aquaril Tu6pmIJO 8:10: a m Arrive_Nashville .....Leave I _..__ _
them.
slightest idea of reaffirming 1:110 a m 5:18 am Arrive ...Loalivllle _Leare .:t6 mtUOpm t.">; 1II
I p
Thomas, Ital bk. Lauro. S09 Naples I German Kummel and other brandsof : a m 11.5 a m Arrive _Cincinnati_Leave 11:15
bearing
to master1L Then why let them have any 14 East GtraiMul St. imported Wines and Liquors. 7-Ji:! m 1::10 p m Arrive .... .HI. Loan .._Leave I .:Ili p m ._ M5.3 p pmPENSACOLA in
\\lntc\er or the ell .I'iity of iny mar I
Schooners. Here only you will find the N. C. AND RIVER JUNCTION.
TheI
for the democratic nomination Formerly Cordova Re"taurantBtali( I
Bowen Kentucky Whiskey :24
Puna ChrlUna.m sen, 16xel.: years -
I Nashville Banner well says old. i No. Jl-ballj No. S-Dallj No stop where time not ibowa Ho. l-Dall7 No. 5y-jslll
: son, Coatzacoalcos to order. One: car-load of Pineapples at 11.71! .1- __
i "It would be rank folly as well as Valhalla Branch corner Garden Uli6 ':00 a m
pm uanP.II.aoota.-Arrtn
to $2.00 dozen. 10:80 w ID
per .. pm : p
I" Mabol r>arlinj?. Br sch. Sweeting, 1 injustice to ostracise those democrat street and 10th avenue. 11:15 nJgbt ':11" Bobemla...,. 10:81" ':1.4"
master 11:30 ':1. ___ Ynle tra 'I iou N ':01"
r-- Dunmore Town to I who refused to support Mr. Bryan and UI" 7:15" U _....Escambla_ isis ta "
Br seh -, Grand 11 l 11II" T:20": H Moist I.
Governor Blake, 10 1t6.
L | the Chicago platform now that the NEW SCHEDULE.OF 11-89: I 7:2'J" .. ___ Harp __ ii 10:11": 6tO'
1L Cayman to Jno. A. Merritt & Co 1t:50" 7:116" _OIt "
I distinctly Bryan doctrines are being I.I E. LONG Clt1_ 10:11" 612118" .:/
:231: ; 7:18" Milton ''
GarJiner B. Reynolds Am sch. ,, 10:10" 6'
i 1
( abandoned and the party may be reunited lso am _Good KaDI' I' : '.:.4 "
Anderson, LaGuayra to order.ANTALM1DY. 1:66" 1:11" __. Holtl. __ tM\ : il:IO! "
F its former platform. II a ..
on 1:11" 8 Mllllian __ 'I ':20" I 6:11

1 Is a man to be debarred frou an STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, Contractor aild BuiMer. 1:00"1:81" .8M... .H. N" _.CrM'.lew TI eer LtmTI.Mo4iy __ '' tM4.M 1:11: "" i aM".:oo '

I honor because he did what he be- J. N. ROGERS, Manager. '1:21":01 II '11:11":11" .H. .OePaalakBpnnit._ Hesj''S'a 1.0"1:11" 2a 1:1.: .".

be and especially ':11" ..___
lieved to right. : Argjle.__ 'I ,M H f 1:11"
Leave Freeport Monday and .PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND .:to' ,:6, H -Pone de L60IL:21" 1:11"
Tb. ulM superior! when his,views have been completely 1:00" 10:10' U __
e liny:0p sre Thursday morning Weitvllle__ ':i' H 1.4"
\e'IUaja otA ; \ vindicated in the light of facts? Is Arrive at Pensacola ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT 1(18" 10:11' 8 __ CarTrme_ ':12" 1:"
f Monday and Ia" 10:80 .............Bonlfmy..___ t. I l.n :
CabtbiJ and ; Copaiba.81' honesty and courage to co-mr for Thursday night. SHORT NOTICE. Jl .JA I.JA 1:011" 10:17" U -.CbIpIey.. .. .:If" 154
Leave Pensacola S (JO II 11.-OT U U __COtton4aIe........ nook
J They cnreia48 I nothing? The party lash has long Tuesday and I' First-Class Work Guaranteed and ':00" 11:15" U ..Mer1anna .. tM:11"II li.m It:6 "

4 I Mint. : euet .ithouv inyin.onTmieLra. :. since frazzled out and a combination Friday night. References FurnIshed. TJO .. II:t6.. .". ...____Cypre_ H 6:311" Iii5! \ t a
Arrive at
LOUI '1.t.n' liGGIsn Freeport Wednesday ':to" II: I" _Grand Ridp_ 612" 11:2 -

,'.. -. -------- Thac '=-' of intelligence, experience and prm and Saturday morning 414 EAST I.VTEXDEXCIA ST 1:11'7:511": 11:04 noon ___ tlDea4. Il" 10M..
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL 3. 18O3 '

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FOREIGN FACTS. I I How to Seal. Emrelopei. REMARKABLE CURESAre '
I
Many people indulge in the unhealthy .111", W

Rheumatism There are 195 parishes in Scotland Sour habit of applying their tongues to Being' Made Daily Free of Chargeby :

without a public house. moisten the gum on envelopes, etc. the Red Cross Physicians, Who : (

." One of the Indian princes at the recent Stomach :, Although one is now getting used tc Are Located at 111 West Chase 1j

durbar had a. sword the hilt of seeing little vessels in the postoffice on
: Street-Services f5i
for Three !
Months ftfi:
n. ,se wh"have ever felt its keen cutting pains, or witnessed the intense ;which was made of one big emerald. I which to wet postage stamps, they are l" <;<.
1. that Rheumatism is Are Given Free to All Invalids Who +
know torture, and that it is .
,'. ."-,n*. f ol others right- The Krupp establishment at Essen, No appetite loss of strength; cot used as much as they ought to be I iti
,!
.' .1..TheIinZ0f;: Pain. In households, and articleof Call Upon Them Before April 21. f. ,
Prussia. Is! to be formed into a stock nervousness, headache constipation private an i
1 11 suffer alike. Some are suddenly seized with the most excruciaJ' Hi 'ilj.
7''i! (V not In accordance with bad breath. this sort should be found on every !
muscle and in company ; Krupp'slast general debility sour risings A staff jf eminent physicians and It f l. ,r ;1
it seems joint the
torn
and every body was being
table.: An old
,
1flS will. writing glass saltcellar
t ; and catarrh of the stomach are surgeons from the Red Cross Medical t ,"; t 'r
feel only occasional slight pains for weeks months when t.
-Vkr Others or or small china \"essl'l.'en an Institute have t.
*.\ The latest exploit of the Constantinople all due to indigestion. Kodol cures any eggcup at the urgent'solicita .
.
es:: "'itg change:; in the weather exposure to damp chilly winds or night custom house Is to prohibit the Indigestion. This new discovery represents can be used if a small piece of tion of a large number of patients under f : J7 'tf

.r ,rin 'Soa a fierce attack lasting for days perhaps and leaving the pa. importation of a brand of pale ale be- the natural Juices of digestion sponge freely saturated with water is their care in this country, established j., ufij

-r wiia a weakened constitution or crippled and deformed for all time. cause the trademark Is revolver. slipped into the receptacle. When the a permanent branch of the In- : l.t': :!; ,
tt condition of the blood is the of form and a as they exist In a healthy stomach. stitHte in this
:\a ac.J. polluted cause every sponge becomes impregnated with the city at 111 West Chase tit j1f1i
The 164 bodies of in the flePdelberg
: .tof Rheumatism, Muscular, Articular Acute Chronic, Inflammatory disposed combined with the greatest known tonic gum, take it out and wash thoroughlywith street. }

f\-? atic, and the blood must be purged and purified before tlitre is an (Germany) crematory last year and reconstructive properties. Kodol warm water and soap, then put It The eminent gentlemen have decided d If ,' "

: It\. nr aches and pains. External applications, the use of liniments and came from more than fifty different Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure IndigestIon back agaiTT soaked with clean water. to give their services entirely free ; .f'' S .\

'? do ouch toward temporary rel ief, but such treatment does not reach towns, including Munich and Berlin.A and dyspepsia,but this famous I for three months (medicine excepted), '"" '!

p V rs.il l cause or cleanse the diseased blood ; but S. S. S., the greatest of all lunatic recently called at the German remedy cures all stomach troubles by For liver troubles and to all imalids wLo call upon them fortreatment (If >;:-
constipation:
the between now and April 21sL .. ;
": ics does Rheumatism embassy in London and, failing cleansing .t t
v verifiers: and ton cure by antidoting neutralizi purifying sweetening and These services consist not only of con,1[ '
I
i the; j p jisonous acids and building up the weak and sluggish blood. It is to obtain an audience from any official lengthening the mucous membranes There's nothing better in creation sultations! examination and a-lvice but iiVJ\ 1-

I:" safe and reliable in all forms of Rheumatism. It makes within, he drew a revolver and lining the stomach. Than Little Early Risers, the famous also of minor surgical operations. Th j :

the old acid blood rich and the pain-tortured muscles shot a cab horse outside. little pills. I object; in pursuing this course Is to i'W', f

and joints are relieved the shattered nerves are The demand for long necks in the become rapidly and personally acquainted ; M'1

made strong, and the entire system is invigorated and skins of goats has led to the horribly Little Early Risers are different, with the sick and afflicted.t t'Ii .

toned up by the use of thi;; great vegetable remedy. cruel practice of flaying pouts alive In From all other pills. They do not and under no conditions will any .
Rheumatism write and furnish different parts of India. The Olcutta \ charge whatever be made for any ser ,1.1.' ; ..
i/r'3 have us, our physicians will with. weaken the system, but act as a tonic'to 1
;' information desired, and we will mail free our book on Society For the Prevention of Cruelty vices rendered for three months to .! ; ; t
Of any '
the :
tissue the "
t" by arousing secretions all -who callpf.re April 21st. The : ,
to Animals consumers to reject
p.... -It-m.: : THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA. long necks.A urges and restoring the liver to the doctors treat all forms of diseases: andtkforrnities :.J .
..
..-- full performance of its functions na and guarantee a cure in I.' I. 11' :
London auctioneer recently sold undeitake. At the : .. t
every case iey '
:::'.h, .. rt".n( .... O.........;....1. "17).l A3 the recipe for a patent pill for $23,000. turally. Hargis' Pharmacy, John first interview a thorough; examination :-; ,::
....'_.......... ...... ci-iery "
..
1...._ ,.7S r'iI ; ., The had been $5,000: Kahn. '
... ...t s: owner making a Sheppard, Sidney is: made. and, if incurable you are :
.
Cts-; ........,'. .J........ .-' .i. : 1., :\02..... oJ'<.". .1 -_'.7ttfrm f.:)._, 4"<'.'.'" year on It. It was found to be com- frankly told so; also advised against & ::1 '.

of quinine and dandelion. spending for useless treatment } ; I
-- ---- --- --- ---- -- -- --- Kmndi-d[ Kodol money

-- A LESSON IN HEALTH. I: For Over What pave It Its! value was the credulity -: NAVAL STOKES U.\tKL"7. Male and fraa'e weakness catarrh Id, "
Sixty eaiu.MRS.
of the and catarrhal deafness; also vanocele, "
ini'ys: filter the impri.1 I WI -SLOW'8 SOOTHING SYRCP ha public. eored Daily for The New b) rupture :soitre; cancer and all diseases I I'r : :

, been used for over sIxty years by millions'I DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Union Naval Stor..Oo. of the rettuin, aic positively : : If
!Mood! and unless they I
I mothers. for their children while teething SHORT STORIES.The xosis.! cured by their new treatment. fI

ha!tu is impossible.: with perfect success. It soothes the child Gives Health to the Sick end NW ___u 00 H__.__ _...12 40 ,I Their chief associate surgeon of the I'1.:1- .

y Cure makes sound loftens the gamsallays all paincures wltd hop growers of the PaclUc coast Strength to the Wwk. \\"G____. S 110 6._ .. ...__ _.. :2 'O''I intitulenll! be in prrsanal charge. 1 ;,$

r onlic,and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. predict that next season's crop will be :{_._._. ..__ S till f _...... .. ... :till Offices 111 Vet Chase. MI
: v, ill positively! cure all It will relieve the poor little snCfcrer Im the largest on record.If Bottles the only.trial$1.00 size.which Size sells holding!fur!; SOc.2S times __......._. 31 f; K._........ .. ...... :2t'';; j Office }'lIHS. 9 a. ra. to 7 p. m.: Stn'lays. I. :. I

: 'Y: anil Madder disease. mediately. Hold by Druggists In every pan !t ____ 3 3)! P......... ..._'........ :! 03 .: ]{) to 1. ,L-' 1';
. ihc whole system. W. of the world. Twenty-rive cents a bottle theIissippl: valley were asdensely Prepared by B. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago. t___.._...... :2'> r.tbfrlow ... ... 2 05riaiiu ; .
.. 121 South Palafox I Be sure yon ask for"M n.Wlntlow'B SootnngSyrup. populated as Massachusetts, it I T1IIPE-I1.r- CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR I J' i

\ ,1. .' ail tike no other kn1.: would have 3.VfKHMM inhabitants.The I John Sheppard, Hargis' Pharmacy THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED .1!' ,

record yield of timber from one I Sidney Kahn.BEAUTIFUL. 's. life Best pr r. ROOM, AT MARSTON & QUINA'S. ff:< 1 1'I.
tree is! SO.OOti ft-et from a r(>JwoothirtJ' i i :
- -- -- --
\ (iiianiuiriMl Cure Ii>r I iIM PARKER'SHAIR feet in diameter cut last year In "

.. :. I'.lin.l, RIling or Protruding CIMn..e r.d fcrmnurm BALSAM the htlr.. r California.A I WRITINGPAPERREASONABLY./ A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT. ti

p ... v .r druwit will rrfunJ your i&Ik Promote Fails a IHIUT.AUI to Hcstcre prowth.Hever 01'117 I tract of :2H.OOO acres in western S l'

B '. I if I'AX.O: OINTMENT Uils to cure <.. Hair to its Youthful Color. has boon bought by Indiana I :
I Kariss
.' 'F.- Cam "P' it Ji- Gt3 .DdI..111 Ilro""iJCo _J and OlUo capitalists for raising:! Polled .

Angus cattle.Forty Jt \ J r


D. HALE WILSON, recently. are thousand on reported the North birds to have,Carolina mostly been! killed sandpipers coast- Time an was expensive when Papyrus luxury. or Paperwas STAPltE AND fANCY GROCERS.} :iJ.f i \!

Only the very wealthy could afford -

Real Estate and Rental fur millinery purposes. to write letters in those days.
Agent Of the 27(5 members of the XIissncSiusetts FRESH LINES OF DELICACIES RECEIVED DAILY ANi DELIVERED 'f.Q\ '1
7H, college Now the cost of production .has :
legislature only are ANY PART OF THE CIT/ l
from Itoston university been figured so low that almost any '
2'J of them 'j
men. :
iJ, South Palafox Street, : \
and 25 from Harvard.A one can afford Pretty Paper. Have Added to Stock a Complete Assortment of Anti-Rust Tinware. .Positively r; .

TELEPHONE NO. 243. PENSACOLA FLORIDA standing bronze figure of R. T. Take for instance, our 25c boxes. Guaranteed Net to Rust. This is Something that Housekeep- I \

. -- Paine one of the signers of the Declaration We have a dozen styles to select
ers have not had the Opportunity to Purchase Before. 7VANPELTBROTHERS
of Independence, will be shortly from. I."tl.,;'.

Classified Advertisements.ONE erected in the public square In : I
.
Tauntuu. Mass. Rough paper or smooth paper, ruled : :J

paper or unruled paper, white paperor ,
The muxkrat must go. That perniCious t r Y

CENT WORD. little beast! has been causing; colored paper. TELEPHONE NO. 231 4l..4 31 EAST GARDEN ST. \. ::
?
floods in the south by undermininglevees : And every one of them a paper ..n

and in the north by weakeningthe ; that will lend a correct tone to almost

WANTED. walls of reservoirs. lIe has now no any kind of correspondence.Of Doors andWindowScreens-: \\Th.: '
\\'m
MONEY TO LOAN I Ii ---- excuse for existence. I' course, we have .lower-priced ;
W.\XTED-Organizers for an established ..
and there are some beautiful .It ;
papers .
( .' reasonable terms and j jv. I I'Ii Fraternal Insurance Company Ely's Liquid Cream Balm is an old I ;
high-priced: boxes at 10c that .will
I with latest iilans and business friend in a new form. It is preparedfor I IV '
W. HULLARD, I methods. please the most fastidious ..cortesI -, 1'' \ \\\ I HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF t
:- S >. ,ihfox Up-Stairs. Laige salaries: pail the particular benefit of sufferersfrom I I' pondent. : : \\ "j- :

J. WILSON good men.Vrile for full particu-: nasal catarrh who arc used tc I I THE PROTECTION AND to l
\ Manager.KEnOLOAlT' S-
I All the latest shades and shapes cf ;
hr:!. TIlE UNITED: AMERICANS atomizer in spraying the diseased]I writing paper at : =. ; ,. %l I\ COM FORT THEY AFFORD? .l'';

Warder Bldg., Washington, D. C. membrane. All the healing and soothing ..1 i nI:4('
J' *
'
---- p Get Prices Now. l
:JIarch: 2Soaw4\\: properties of Cream: Balm are retained .

---------- in the new preparation. It i.
On)
: ''i-1 I.I-1 "d-, horses, wagons, J. M. GOE'S J -
f:;:',,:' [ 1.1 I all other kinds of W\NTE! -At once an Al presscr atM. does not dry up the secretions. Price ,
II G. } S C
;..' U ;P"; 0 rty. Uusiness pri. .Seiix's tailor shop, 9 West In- I < 0 !
including spraying tube 73: cents.: At AND STATIONER 1P1a'i .
BOOKSELLER .llL
\ I. -' h-:' -fcrf-cy guaranteed.! n.k1C'ia street. ni3luf.VATED : : I ; ii
: .". I' : .i xst. A. A. Fi,her. your druggist's or Ely rothers uC; I 11,

2m tf Warren Street, New York, will mail I 203 South Palafox Street jf.
\ -
o YOUNG MEN; from

MUM \ 10 V'H.. Men cambi I County at once to pre- it. I PENSACOLA. n.i..

Wl' I.' in .\ent. Money to p-ire for Positions iu tha Govern- I The ;
inout Service. Apply to Locked In With n Manlftc. Star !
1 Hi it r !"':.;able rate of iuteret Laundry :
'.; '. ..1 -f I Unily. Olliee 112 and Inter-State: Corres. Inst The writer was 011du'l'tl..l with n :j Vi ,, lPI
!i4S.: .: Tirra. oiri street.iio.Nt Cedar Rapids, la.diwlm patient whom he bad no suspicion of ]i ThI ik J A r,

being; mad until the latt'T got out of j, ; I Biggest Busiest Best I
t \ oi7 -- -
,
Hi I.L.M ,
) improved bed, turned the key of the door and j jpreferred t
-i( -.i' 6 iii l.xrtfe or small.u WANTED-A11 kinds of empty beer it
a mild request to the writer \ INSURANCE -
: :- ut lnw rate of interest. bottles. H. A. Friedman. n9tlKent. I
(' d. '. I L -hiK. llrooks, attorney to have his throat cut handing him at AXD :I

atlw ':' 't S. l'.ilafox St. Fisher -'or thc !same time an open pocketknife, "i"
I .
'::. ', 3mlml I which he \produced from underneathhis REAL ESTATE, They S Speak k !1t J-;
FOR RENT-In ..
house build- ..
opera pillow. I objected to the knife ns I No.I South Palafox Street. If
MNE', III-11.\' -Do you ueedYi ivy on ground floor, one store and small for the niudbegged I .
being too purpose
I:. u can borrow any olb.ce; on tecoua door, three offices. jri
I I to be allowed to po fur my case Partial list of for rent in
dwellings
II: : "li want today ou easiest i ffiat tJ for 1 Themselves !
of knives with which I i
'
amputating
t d i i inwist rite* anywherei various parts of the city: ii
.
11:'; .I.,i- "ii real I I X1CKLY furnished: rooms with bath explained the operation could be, performed
improved
[ city ?:;u.-Corner Ilaylen: and Cervantes
f.; I' -'I.!' Wm. FMier, 204aH.Stt $l&o; and $2.oO week; with good : with greater: neatness and dispatch We let the Shirt?, Collars :t' 4h 1J!(
"I's, ," : .. -t. In-ti lie unlocked the door at once, street. 2 story modern dwellingwith '
board ?;5.ou week; central location and Cuffs we Launder speak for .; tJ

JKVol! v. u.i: to u.rro'y: inv" 20; South Spring street between binding me over tn secrecy and urgingme 9 rooms. themselves. They will talk bidet ; 1; j" }
I drove :; Xorth Carceloca street, 2
to lose no time in returning. $25.- story ,
,
: : '> ia ure sour property West Romana and Garden streets. ; tt.a. ve can. We want to be judged '>
I 1'i It! -inets! cvf title, buy orS home reported! the case to tile authorities dwelling with 12 rooms. All I ,
Transciont solicited. mlK-lm inoi'e DY the work we do than by '':'
; with assistance.He i .
and came back 3
.1 -f.t<'. nut property of modern convenience, bath unupji'r .
*: .,' with diilicnlty what we say.
secured
'fi': i.n. have rents col'i l-'Olt ALB. was great floors, corner lot, nice '
I. '
' I ,v"iir taxes attended to, -- and tKtit to the nsyluut.-Loudon 'Tit-
Ii i '. .1.:.s.lnnof.. Watson FOR SALE-The most desirablelots F.its.llnrmony. yard and shrubbery, stables,

I It: 'i F iitc and Insurance in the city on easy terms by I outhouses, etc. ALL V70KK C. 0. D. Ml CElM fW Hi Miml FfES b
.
.L .
I' -.UM,!;I, FIVhar eI. the Fisher Heal Estate Agency! : In the Lrnrr of n Tree.One $10.Corner Baylen and Cevantes

'I.I'; ''.' T.I evt-ryone who buys 2042, South Palafox. ISalm of the remarkable characteristics dwelling with S rooms. t TELEPKONE: 114. 27 GARDEN ST. .ti-ft !
!it- w- will! lend ----- II ei
UiOaty of, a tree l Is! the process! of leafage,
:25.!:; Xorth Palafox street nice
build a house. Sd-tf: FOR SALE CHEAP.-Roll top desk $ ; a one
S and if we examine: the lKnij.ii upon
new. Leslie E. Brooks, Fisher lluild story moilern. dwelling with WALKEE INGRAHAM Manager.
I 0' '. H.FI which the leaves prow the admiration ,
ing. 2 ml in. I hard wood floors, all molern
of the si-ieiitiflc agriculturist will become ---- -- ::
-----
''.1\' of Koj's. Owner conveniences.
,' l by calin! ? at this: FOR SALE, at a bargain-The three thoroughly nrouscd over the perfect I iJfl
consistency IlIo.ll1rti"tic skill manifested -i $ 2.5O.-llu: [ : West Gregory street; 2
> '.-; proporty and pay. room house, >*v, and lot 43; feet
'110"' ". MTtfioil in the !arrangement of cadi! story dwelling with 7 rooms. IITI I ROYAL STANUAIIP IVIIISKEY
front by HO feet C inches deep, located number of leavesarranged I .
i.nd the exact
t bull Tcrrior. spray $ n.-I'lO North Harcflona street ; 2
,
:" \. Call on F. M.ti.inlin "H"street.at southeast. Enquire corner: on Gregoryand premises and regularity.with the Every most group exquisite of leavesfurius nrt I j story dwelling with S rooms.t.tit a Years Old, in Gases of 4 Full Quarts, at 3.20 per cut : 1' ;

$ : West Garden street: 5:; room
and l'alav' 122: : 15 street.Hoarding. merely long liui-s-some short I l.l14L "

I\ (;1Ulw aud each one i l'n'tlt-IO! two alike i cottage: L mills: WHISKEYi: distilled at the Nelson Co. 11 X'J -;

-. -- --- ,-- --- -- -- ----- no two in the same position yet all so : $li.; -313; North Spring street; G room _L Ky., Distillery and i is, fully matured in wood tj:: if!
It.\lH ( at' ) I-,, llouie.HOARDING perfect ar.J harmoniously blended that I house with gas, water, etc. S before'bottlinp.!\ it is absolutely pure and not excelled '1?' t 1 1

lR- ; ;: :: I street. 6 S : in quality by any Whiskey of the same age [!f!' JtlI
>AUAH UKUSXK- \ tI..rfCIIII. b* no antagonism: no sameness 'liO-\:! I"; East Gregory .
: Wneelei I' ) matter where produced. The Royal standard ,
:J" HOUSE: at Illo'
t thousands and thousands
.I"ll"r t in Hair Go >d3' and all those room 2 story dwelling.
[Ii} .:- i ,",,1!.t Articles Hair OilS Spring;!, Mary Esther, Fla.. Mrs. and! delicate forms i, eight years old when bottled and, considering IJj{ .t;
Cucdou, proprietress. All the : of strange i $l2tl.-S1II East Gads ('n street, 5 its excellent quality, is the cheapest whiskey in \ {: :
:::.:.... :: W." .i OI\.rrHnPI'! tr"', grouped together, neither confused nor I .
comforts of home at very reasonable room cottage. the market at that price. As a beverage, and as < 7!' J

LOST. rat s. Northern tourists will ill arranged.: I -Cll East Belmont street, 5 room Rn absolutely. pure stimulant, there is none better I A: .;J..
10'1] find this an ideal place to spend a II $11. 1 Shipped! in cases containing no marks whatever (o ':q
1\ ->" ill cittivBsed-backed SPRING FEVERS. cottage. Lt ,
M.., portion of the season. 1201mUEUn..L. indicate contents. If purchaser upon examiningthe
i b '.,k containing; ramps During the cold winter months the $11.-TOO East Belmont street 5 whiskey is not satisfied with the quality he .; } j 'f.
:II l .
10 :" :M! o'*, written in indelible system is full of snap and vigor, but rooms. can return the iame at our expense and money ,. -t twill :!f
; --H.: Inward for the ---
re- be refunded. Ji'ol ;
?-r., t.. ts.N: .oiiu-e K. R. or E. 11. L. DIAMOND, the tailor has removed approach of warm weather produces a $12.-419 East Int' ndentia street, C All orders should be accompanied by either t 1rIcIITYr.Ali '; rif

;!""i'.".:.!I'-T.' or J. K.: Clement !No. tl y ll,'j West Governmentstreet change in the body-a reaction sets room cottage. ._--: 01.3 1 currency, postoffice money order, bank draft or express : .

: / .: 11 1 T nr 11011.1. 2K-tf opposite Express office, in. The liver, bowels and kidneys 10.-Corner Baylen and Cervantes SSpl 7' S money order. \Ve refer to First National :i '. !\i :;
,
:: where he is prepared to clean, repair '
-- merchant in Pensacola. .
L''f' : -''. Unrs: GuLl \Vatch.Li. and press ladies' and pentle- become sluggish; and allow an accumulation streets, 4 room cottage. Bank or ai.y j'jS .,. ".

>. N'j; : nubtT Boss filled mens' tuilor madesi'ts. 16j3m of waste mater. The $10.-136 East Chase street, 5 room .5 'S ,

'.i- -ri'.nmp I:. U. W. on the : : stomach becomes weak and digestion I cottage. S. A. FRIEDMAN i
2
j' :\1 hi('c.'linn l'lIUPi. ri
Uf\vaid if returned -- -- - impaired. { 9.-910 East LaRua street, 4 room '..' 0

"',\ '"I I ''tE1. jsgt. 1:. S. M. C.. I, HLFMASumbreIlaniaker,3l5Seuth HEPATICURA will tone up' the cottage.A .. 1: SOLE PROPRIETOR PEXSACOLA, FLA. :n;
a' ; ,, : Palafox street. R .cover. S .
_cmiJLI" t* \{rand novels: ; remove tbe accumulation large list of smaller! dwellings, as \ 1
of umbrellas and
inland repairing P. O. BOX 418. TELKI'HOXE 179 .'}. :
". .1: :
t\ '!,' :: Soar on left hind always' on hand. jan 3 will feel bright and chcerlal. Sold by I for rent. _J-- II',.:' I;
Sj 4-A PftICOMA 1
'. v.rti l if returned to resViiliatns Dresses made from $1.50 up. ,Other all druggists. TH03. C. WATSON & CO., S trJ handle every clap of Liquors aold, In 1'

Leading. Real Estate Rental and -_ ;- bulk bottle wholesale or retail at prices that ..
\'. \ 227: North sewing as reasonable, 26 South I ;'.: or .
Insurance Agents, 1 South Palafox II ; are way down.
Spring between West Romana and -
file !:best c. I
I: lLudTlg 5, tr
b PABST BEER.I
/j Garden streets. ml9-lm street. i AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS .





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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA, FLORIBA FRIDAY. APRIL a. ISS3x ,
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IN MEMORY OF E. H. GOULD. FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY-
i MINORITY. -
Whereas, It has pleased AlmightyGod .
,
0 in His wisdom, to call from laborto

reward our friend and brother, E. $ ao.oo
If you are one of the niall minority that has H. Gould who died March 23th, IMS: ,

not tiMd "GOOD LUCK" Baking Powder, you I iu the Soth year of his age; and
Whereas, We know that God is too Try Tetley's Tea and Learn how to make Tea
ebouM Immediately j.urcliaga a can from your wise to err and too good to be unjust; .GIVEN AWAY
I.!
it again and then it .
therefore, be it try f from] Tetley's package.will .. ..
grorer and be convinced that It poaoeenod merit
Resohed,,First, that ve bow lr. deep always be Tetley's. it will surprise you.
euperlor to all other brands. humility to this dispensation of Divine YES, ABSOLUTELY FREE!
Providence.= ASK YOUR GROCER.
We have placed in store box
which
our a contams
RIbmoad'Irilaia.. Resolved.\ That our city his
:!')..t a most useful and efficient cni/en, -- --- -
--- --- .
.....................+. the church a faithfi'l and consecrated TWENTY DOLLARS.We .
.1 member, the Sunday school a leader
who, for twel\e yeats, served it faithfully : will give a key to this box FREE with every $2.00 purchase gel.
SOCIAL ECHOES and acceptably as superintendent with every $4.00 purchase; 3 keys with every $6.00 purcnasfr Or:.
I ; 'our board of trustees a member TWO KEYS will unlock the box. When keys have all been b JLt.

.......................... whose Place will be hard to fill! ; his SNNNNNNN. .......1NNN.2z you may try your keys.

The ladies of Christ's: Church Guild tannly a loving and considerate husband _
:
"\.\", ."..\)!"" The First Key to Unlock the Box Take3
and fritter.Resolved i
'
will have the Exchange Sannday afternoon I .= .Ir-o.
at Calm's grocery. Tin sate! Third, That the Sunday 1t jltlH : $15.00.The
of cakes, bread, etc., as usual. Lat school and church extend to his bereaved .
.seek they cleared) $13.00. This sale : family, their prayers and i ii
is a great help to housekeepers. To- heartfelt sympathy: :u.1'ould point Second Key. to Unlock the Box Takes

t morrow Mrs. I. H. Aiken and Mrs I:. them to the God in -when their husband i Item (Orleans Grocery
t A I Iyervil! be in thai.50. father and friend trusted, who $5.00.You .
died triumphantly in that faith in .

Mr. Fred O. l.l\lwt! Ml today for a which he livel.Resolved i JAMES McHUGH, Prop. : Are Entitled to the Contents Without Reserve. IT IS YOURSWe

i 'sit of a few days in Mbile.t Fourth, That a copy of :
; will give due notice through the papers when all keys a l'
these refolutions be ten to his bereaved yt
Come around and look at the RED BOX!
"Maurlri' r.lackburn EirS': win has: fanily; that they be published! incur i ROASTED COFFEES i

y iii <>a spl-udtng some time in IVnsacolat : : city papers and in the .Yknarua Christian ,,,
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IG' : '. t ., J..1. Cha W Dickinson !
Kirkpatriek
"home in ( hica o. His mar: frwnlhere ;
r regret his departara an: l.npe her i J. :\. Andrews Miss Ollie Andrews i BLENDED TEASOUR MEYER SHOE CO.,

Will retara next ",i InU-r. JMss! Migde Laskey, .lIss Cla- .
ra UtheriJse, Committee.
4 Oae of the most charming en'erla'nticnts \ i .SPECIALTIES. i Feet Fumi>hers for l'uh Only.
promised for Easter week is a GIVING CITY AGOOD
"Wi fry" to be rnven by Mr. and Mrs. ADVERTISEMENT. .: -i--A I ILJ -I II I l-t: S Si 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

Fred O. Howe at the ll'inpabw in = I
honor of Admiral FrancH. l lli !;lnsIl. -o IW -
Industrial Agent G. A. Parks of the .
This or-.i fitful event ,'ii take place t
Loui'illea'hvllle railroad, whois :
Thurs-day, April the siMeontli. JAMES HUGHES
working under General Pasenger ? n !
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Agent Stone's direction! has sent to toW .
i TRAVELING IS DANGEROUS.. C
this city Mr. J. M. Keeny, Jr., a newspaper S -t i

which Constant are kept motion in place jars in the the kidneys body by, writer of repute. Mr. Keeny is I : z 1 ni i
sending out a great many letters to,
l delicate attachments. This is the northern and western newspapers' : Z H : BOILER[ AND MAGHINE[ WORKSSBOILERS

reason that travelers, trainmen, streetcar about Pensacola and her advantages! ,! QJ o t + m ..
t men, teamsters and all who driver J 3
and this excellent reading matter is / ri 0 :
very much suffer from Kidney diseasein <
attracting a great deal of attention.Mr. ll.O .
some form. Foley's Kidney! Cure : AND MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Parks, through the letters of Mr. p
t strengthens the kidneys and cures all : :
: Ki-eny, is doing the city! a lot of good enQ I t r 2
k form of kidney and bladder disease. : Sol to 807 South Palafox St.
and is to IIP commended.Those : z mY
gip} Ceo, II llausan, locomotive engineer, .
?fiL Lime, 0., writes: "Constant vibration .. --Io .. PHONE 123 and 292. POSTOFFICE BOX TW.
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r' of trouble with my kidneys, and ret uy taking Piso's Cure for : .. OQ

I pot no reliefuntil I used }'oley'sn Consumption. ? :.
Ki,;uey Cure." 1V.\. D'Alombcrto, A CREENHUT & 00.

,*,II,: 1M:: South Palafox street Malta-Vita. Shredded Wheat Bis- I HIGH GRADE GROCERIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAILS i i1.1. ,
cuits, and Force with Cream at Sol-
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U!;''iP'I.,' Tinyill find Ahat they want If you want your business to be : PHONE 105. :
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