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ISEBTIONS INTHEUNITEDSTATES I ATALE ft OFTO f PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT \ fj ti! ; ['in m :






NAVY WENT TO CHURCH TWICE 1'}, ji jH4;t : :!i fJj'' :




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I LOCAL COMMITTEE AT SIOUX
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.... -- CAPTAIN DAVIS OF THE ALABAMA .I the depot as she was not his equal. LIGIOUS DENOMINATION. ; !Jo
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HAS A WORD QUITE A SOCIETY FAVORITE According to international etiquette 3, 1 :

kings and receive and wel 1i -
emperors : F"r:
Sioux Falls S. Dak., April C.-The ) i: :
AN EXCURSION SUGGESTED ,
come their equals only and the pre&. !

Ill C,-Throe him- TO SEE BOAT RACES. dent of. the United States:: being theequal.ot fact that President Roosevelt attend. CITY OF PENSACOLA ENRICHED i ,, "j l'. <
IIMATES THAT NEGROES HAVE ed divine services twice Sunday was \
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:a king or emperor could not < ,
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: ItIInth of March-a .. due to a mistake on the part of the BY SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS ':: ;}fl ;' 'f :
GOVERN put himself on an equality with a J'
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local committee. The committee had ;; I t :
,','inned, will brine; it decided that the -1
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the impression that the "
presidentwas .
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'ir to exceed 4,000, THEMSELVES SINCE BIRTH. secretary of state, Gresham, dischargethis 'i,'. ,
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Admiral iligginson, comniauJing a member of the GermanLutheran 'j .
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i. navy's importanat duty. The president : \0d
the North Atlantic fleet now at Pen church and accordingly wishedto : '
,. :t!palling! record for graciously furnished his carriage, and : :. q .
A special session of the Board of i.
sacola, has received final instructionsfrom have him at that church Sunday .
T. i, ,' -uington authorities New York, April C.-The Rev. Chas. when the Princess Eulalie arrived County Commisisoners was held last S irl
the department Washington morning.' Later, when it was learned : .
'\Iilanation.! II. Parkhurst, in a sermon yesterday, late in the evning, she was met and ail ; '
r night and the members but Com .
his fleet have it ; ; t. ), :
I to move so as to arrive that the president worshipped at the
\ would seem to be a touched upon one phase of the negro cordially welcomed by Mr. Gresham missioner Roberts were In attendance. ; j. i.. '
off Cape Henry not later than Dutch Reformed church, arrange ,
\ or seven years he- question. Compulsory obedience, he, who offering her his; arm, conductedher Mr. Roberts was not able to be out, t. I. *i ;
: the 27lh inst., and in order to do this ments were made to have services
i' :: t \ull have lost its entire said, is not an ideal form but an ideal to the carriage and thence to the but a very gratifying report of his -.:, ] t '"I '
the fleet will leave Pensacola on the held in the evening at the Livingston
.: !..'h. It is somewhat re- obedience, and had to be reached hotel. The next morning she had to condition was transmitted to the ft "r! : : ;
20th, giving It seven days in which to Reformed church. While it Is not ;![ ,
-' :,"'e that during the through the preliminary stage of com call on the president, who soon after board. 4:4 i' '
make the trip. The seven battleships the custom of the president to attend .t ,
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,;: .'t March, S6 I men, mho pulsion. Continuing, he said: "It is I' returned the visit and the next day The purpose of the meeting was '1 '; ,,, rj: kj : :' _
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have been put through a course services on Sunday evening he con ,
: deserted reported 'well for the in the south that entertained at banquet in ,
;i. ".y! negroes 'I she was a stated by Chairman Welsh and with. : .
and wearisome practice. sented to make
systematic an exception the ,
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: : : its and 1,290 new men not being competent to make a law the White House. out further ceremony: a motion was t '4){ "
Three of them are now in the gulf rule when the facts were presentedto ,
| s-', ''iI into the service. Last for themselves, they had masters that 'When Captain Davis had his recep-- made to give over to the city its share, : ;, t '
target shooting with large turret guns. him. The president has announcedthat ; .
;"-"- i'of: desertions was 3.307, were law to them. They ought to be ion on the Alaoama in Pensacola or 13333. This will leave the county A 11'; rover -
They are the Iowa, Massachusetts hereafter he will not begin S
: :I is about Ihl)") discharged thanktul on the whole that that institution !. harbor not long ago, he remarked how six thousand dollars which is 3.' ., : ::4 : -
I and Indiana. The fleet on its arrivaloff speaking later than 8:30: o'clock in .
tid uct. existed, and such of them as unfortunate it was his battleship amply sufficient to take up and cancel fl' II 4 1
tape Henry win be reviewed and the evening, and will be In his car by .
remains that the number are not jet drawn under any other could not go to Mobile, and how disappointed a note for $2OuO at the American f I f,
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inspected by Admiral Dewey, who is 10 o'clock.A (
desertions has increasea to 'system of government, would be better ) he and his officers and National BanI c and also to wipe out : t .
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deeply interested in bringing our navy pickpocket tried to work it .
here it calls for an earnest I off if the institution still existed.It men were about it. They prefer among other indebtedness. After this motion '( \ t .t
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up to the highest standard of efficiency. the persons gathered In front 01 t'-jc ; ;
ttion to determine why it is was slavery, to be sure, and as such Mobile a thousand times to Pensacola. had been passed, the board adjourned, 1i, t "i [t' i "
The review, manoeuvres and tar Lutheran church this morning, and ?
1he navy, where the men are was irksome and grinding, but slavery 1 The troubte Captain Davis said, is at and today Mr. Welsh as chairman of !i.J.f J J.t '
get practice will last for nearly a succeeded in abstracting ?:23:! from ; '
.1, better fed and supposed in its essence is imly another name the outer bar, where there is not the board delivered ta Mayor Jones : :: )
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week after which the fleet will go to the pockets of A. Dockstader. The :1'i 'lf1
'ated in every way, there for the subjection to mastery, and thatis i water enough to float a ship the size the amount in check pro rated to the \\111.1"\!,: :$
I New York and be put in order for its I I thief was arrested.A : f \ t,
1 aking into consideration purely! external mastery and "until : of the Alabama. Have the trouble city. !: : j .
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water On '
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:iate enlisted strength- a man can master himself he is exceedingly to European I removed so we can gc<. .n, and you Dynamite Salute. I" 3"J' '
: ; of the month the crews belonging fi'i \ I' :
I ionS as from the war- unfortunate not to have I ; will find it will be of great benefit to San Francisco, April C.-In the HAD .IF I.

o European nations. some sort of a slave master to master to the battleships will have a rowingrace .1 I I your pity to have a fleet of battleships Yosemite Valley President Rooseveltwill A STRANGE VISITOR. r l : :; i ; :., j
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which promises to exciting .. '
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ausc o. tuese deser- him. go there. Our congressman Hon. G. be given a salute by a battery of <: .
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question to half and interesting. Prizes rang Natchez, Miss., April C.-The members : ?I 1
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W. Taylor, was told of tais. was dynamite cartridges. The walls of the t-t'r
will have I' GERMANY FEARS ing as high as three hundred dollars had t
and
you in the Cotton Excange /riday and in valley are three thousand feet high, of St. ary's congregation a .
offered for the fastest boat. i '
have been
t answers. The That the United States ./ill DisplaceHer I ta.. ng about it said he knew all and the report of a toy pistol within most peculiar experience at high fi.s j jran

the question con- in South America. I The crews are hard at work practicing about that obstruction of the entrance them reverberates like a series of mass yesterday w hen a large, fine doa .r, ;: .: ,

ueaas for reducof and lively times are expected of our bay and was doing; all volleys of heavy artillery.! An enor down Union street into the iron l-r: -- tf'j 'f

New York, April C.-The Herald's it has been suggested by several here '! '
cathedral severely M J.j'
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< in his power to have it removed but mous bonfire will be built on the fence about : ; .-.

.' desertions, Berlin cable says: I that this would be a good opportunity it is a difficulty not easy to over overhanging rocks of Glacier Point. injuring itself The doe then rail into ',&; .' I

The consular reports' from German for another excursion to Pensacola.A : "i ; WI jl
the
DOil ; cathedral and and down l :
for perhaps representatives and special in I come. To dig out and deepen this The great mass of fire will be thrown the up 'II "'. .
agents boat by the crews of war vessels of the .
race the members j
aisles
is annoying
number, a kind ; ,
particular
South America to the foreign office, entrance requires a over the side of the projecting rocksto
., is something that is not seen It finally made its way t .
newly enlist- describing! the new Hispano-American of dredge and there are only five in the bottom of the valley, 3,0"u congregation I II 1 t'- '

'h!> <- conditions ho Chamber of Commerce and the pro, every day, and there are a great manyus the country. If the city or state feet below. out, running at high speed and when h :, |
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pot>d 1'an-American Railway, connecting Included-who have never been fell
would build or purchase one the government two blocks from the cathedral to 'I if'! :
North and South America vouchsafed the delight of such a Crank in Safe Keeping.San few moments. ;lt'! iij 'il '
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M' cif the recruits: cause acute alarm in official, as well I would operate it. Mr. Taylor the ground and died in a l' I. .' f

1\ .. in the last I as commercial circles. I spectacles we said in these notesa says it is impossible to get one Francisco, April C.-B. T. The doe had been driven from the ; %-l; "i'l$ } ,;

:Hum the interior | The Post today sends out a warning .' few weeks ago. Pensacola can be of these dredges inside of a year as Brown, of Red lands, who was arrested Louisiana parishes by high water I -,., I 'l f '';'',. I

.--,u.e to secure note and slates that German\t! reached more easily and expeditiouslythan they are engaged in deepening; harbors just before the late visit of President swam tfe river, climbed the hill at .', .. 'I I' :I
I hold on South An1l'ricais seriously '
'!.., coast. These imperilled by the efforts of the Pan-) Fort Morgan The trip can be that are considered more important McKinley, under instructions of Governor the river front and raced through the fll1. .i

1 ": lie hardships: Americans to conclude, at. least, a.' made inside of three hours. Here is than our harbor. And do you Gage who learned that he had. streets to the cathedral. i' ; 'i r i.::;,

close trade alliance.! chance for some enterprising! citizen made threats the president I
'! It"- false statemembers a know, said he, that we have the against tQ.

!Ioy 01 The Berliner Tal;(>hlatt, in review-" to make himself famous and win channel in the world, 33 miles, is again in the county jail, having SAW BATTLESHIPS FROM : tt .

lug the objects of the Hispano I j the lasting gratitude of the fair sex. I longest been taken into custody at Redlands PRIVATE CAR. a 1. f', : i
are the causo American C'hambor;: of (Commerce I'and it costs a mint of money to keepit .j
that later Just think of it, a trip to P'nsacolaI last night on a t-arge of vagrancy It" r I'
on concludes with the !significant and navigate for large vessels.

break their n!cnt: "In the interest of stalP'j' and see the great boat race with the open. Some members in congress he was, it is said overheard making Pulaski Leeds and party arrived $, 1

[' ports and of our capital invested in. jackles in their uniforms. Isn't the of threatening allusions to President yesterday in the private car of Mr. f '; : ;

'I' tMjiith America it behooves Germany ] lovely? No doubt if think it a useless expenditure Roosevelt. Leeds and in the afternoon the car I. )j. [ : I l 'j'
!Lat' he is on, i. prospect just this ditch (as k '
to .eep an eye on this movement.: money to keep open : ? :
of Com-
end
south .t
oesire known to was taken to the J
!I.* -hop, and then The consular reports. received a !l somebody made our they call it) of 33 miles, and anted 'f j. ; Jl
DROPPED THEM. wharf where excellent 1
I would extend to us mandancia an j' 1
skua Davis
: ; the anchor the foreign; office describe the: Captain ue appropriation down to '. '.
I to cut our ?
Lion as exceedingly unfavorable to ,, the hospitalities of his battleship. ,"ieof every battleship and merchant ,. ,;: ',Ie. J )
'",i'' used to give dollars, which would .
Germany. The prejudice and feeling I I Captain Davis likes Mobile and her sixty thousand Quit the Medicines and Got Well On vessel in the bay was obtained. The ;,I 1 f" 1
I flU peculiarly its aroused throughout the countries ot I I have been absolutely insufficient.Mr. I t 'j
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hour on
for
would afford him ear rtmained! an or more .
p' the One South America where Germans: have people and -no a.ng and GrapeNuts.Made \ I
past.: : Taylor is pushing the matter the 2 h .f '; I Iview
the enjoyed
the wharf and party f
settled and transact a large: bulk o. greater pleasure; than to entertain a t ; : .
: 'ties the work of just as soon as possible will get us over on a change of food is I
its export and import trade owing:; lot of us. Captain ijavis is a popularladies' very much. Mr. Leeds is superintendent jt t 1 h r' -

::' 1 tie best the newS to the Venezuelan action are said tc He is highly! educatedand one of those outer bar dredges. The rather a fascinatingexperl'nce. Sounds of machinery for the L. & ..:: .r i:; 4*

".tis; time is toll favor this Pan-American trade allianoe. man. people of Mobile owe much to Mr. but of the 'i
speaks three or four languages. like fiction; an employe N. railroad and is here on one of his +1jI4" ., ,: '
Taylor for his untiring efforts in be- Anaconda Co. of Anaconda PJ -
Copper \isits. !; -
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aunt ,
Eulalie
To make matters more serious When the Infanta 1"m
some of the half of our harbor. No representative Mont., had just that experience, being r' u.uiPROPERTY
there comes! the announcement that king of Spain and sister of I
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present
Albany, afffcting I tin worked harder for his Ity:1ICHASE
congress ever uts. ON EAST
French capital.sts are making overtures as cured on Grape--
this country
his fatner, came to
men especially in to President astro, and hopeto constituents. It is an axiomatic truth "For several years I was *o rundown STREET IMPROVED.

". :erature; on theMines displace Germany as the chief creditor i-ie special and distinguished representative that the longer a representative Is from indigestion and Improper fF

of \'('n'zuela.'flw of the queen regent to the Chase street adjoining
120 to 130 in the greater is his Property on East
kept congress ::!
hpad of a laree exporting Columbian Exposition at Chicago: ,, foods that I had to resign a $125.00 a j
>r food on ship influence. It therefore behooves us that occupied by the Universa-
I house, which maintains its own agents: month position in Chicago. he says.

reasons why the in South America, especially in Yen, of all the men In the navy Captain Cleve- to see that Mr. Taylor is kept in con "I was in such a bad condition that ifI list church is being much improved by 'f? t -r

ezuela, Bolivar Chill! Honduras, Brazil Davis was chosen by President gress as our representative. stooped over the sour food came the placing of an imitation stona f'j .
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\, .. fr Enlisted Men. and Uruguay, said: "There la no land to be her honored attendant. i walk, an improvement which has 1 't
In throat and out of
doubt that Germany faces a crisis; In here don't know of boiling up my my will 4 -
I -The enlisted with South Perhaps many TIMBER FOR DEMOCRATS. mouth. long been needed and wihch 3
relations
its trading! this, but it is a tact all tne same. vastly appreciated by the large
.f the battleship America. If the proposed railway, "I lost nine months valuable time, be
-:\ IE'n a net lea\'e'' affording! direct communication between So Captain Davis had the honor of Mr. Hay, of Virginia, Thinks Gormanor and three of Chicago's best physicianssaid number of church goers who pass'V jjjj- '

'I the vessels are New York and Buenos Ayres, being the companion of a Spanish Parker Would Win. about along that way nightly. The work t 1t5L ;
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I must die. weighed
is successfully projected it will leave and her husband. But was I and 13 lTt
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princess Washington April C.-Representative was commenced yesterday
in about a month helpless despite the regular i 140 pounds, which Is skeleton weightfor IIJIt
Germany
lit much of an honor to Captain of Virginia, one of hurriedly pushed to conclusion. ;1
is James Hay,
squadron maacirw steamship connection. me. So I resigned myself to my ;

Alabama Illl, Davis? There is no disputing tile fact the democratic leaders of the House, fate and went home to the countryto {

"S Indiana and OPPOSITION TO TREATY. that it was an honor for the Princess takes an optimistic ,'Ieot the presidential ; CADETS DISCHARGEDFOR I 1:4:
Captain' die. It was there a cousin introduced INEFFICIENCY
Eulalie to have a man like situation next from a jJ (
year
on the Maine also Effort to Defeat Ratification much me to Grape-Nuts and new life. I -
Systematic
but not
i:.nar leae.Vhen in Colombia. Davis as her escort democratic viewpoint, and says he threw all of my medicines away at West Point, April 4.-Cadets W. A. 4.4

., reach honor for Captain Davis for be it believes that, under certain conditions McFar- k S
: squadron of Malcolm
Kingston. Jamaica April 6.-TheRoyal Eulalie is the end of two weeks' use Grape- Howard of Michigan

-apeake bay, from Mail Company's steamer Atra- known, that this Princess to be controlled by the next Nuts and had to admit that I had Ian of Pennsylvania William Calvin

uiey have been dur, to, which arrived here today from a daughter of the notorious Eulalie had Queen her Democratic National Convention the gained pounds. In the next few Oates, Jr., of Alabama, and Edwin 3!. -
of Spain.
M,-y are to be real Colon and Carthagena, brings the report Isabella worthless man nominated can win. weeks I ate absolutely nothing but Watson of West Virginia members of -

_____,., : husband with her then, a with '
impressed -
IXwey and Rear that consiaeraoie opposmuu J5developing l Mr. Hay is greatly Grape-Nuts and pure rich cream ana the fourth class, were to-day discharged .

,' Ie:; Chief of the Burn to the canal treaty in almost -\son of the late Duke of Montspensier the desirability of Senator ArthurP. gained 18 pounds."I from the Military Academy, having 4't I
him now.
.' after which the of Colombia but she is divorced from Gorman, Maryland, as a candidate began to take an interest in the been found deficient in their studies. a ,
proceed to north, every departenmt: is not much that is pure or bethinks f
There for the nomination, and says this of ex-Gov. Oates ot _
From
'Ir docking and re.r except Panama. It is believed that in these scionsof events of the world again. Oates is a son
imitation
worthy of that Mr. Gorman's nomination has been rapid and and Howard's father was a -s
artment feels the the majority in congress will favor, i point my recovery Alabama .
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to this vacation after the treaty, but there are fears that royalty. Eulalie arrived I I would be wise from a party viewpoint. today I am physically in the best con graduate of the Naval Academy. 4! j .f ':
Hereafter But when the Princess that Alton B.
work. Judge -
He thinks also I had -
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because the political dition I ever was my
". to allow the enlisted trouble will arise, in Washington, the guest of-the availableman. If you want your business to btf 7L .
Colombia is becomingmore Parker, of New York, is an position with the Ana
situation in trouble to get a 1i.L4
vacations THE NEWS.
"ably long what commotion there was. known, advertise In
after the winter and complicated and the presidencyis nation a and conda Copper Mining Co. at a better ;: t4. '-

summer work is fin- surrounded with uncertainty. Being a princess of royal blood "I think the democrts of Virginiaare salary than before. MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES Th t '

j ,y the officials think of the house of Castile and Arragon. inclined to favor Judge Parker's' "This Is what Grape-Nuts has done J1 J I
SIXTY- .
::>n will tend to dins What you pay for extracts Is im the question as to how she was to be nomination," said Mr. Hay. "Bit my for me. It saved my life thanks to FROM $1.50 TO $12.50. :
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portant, but what you get for your I received became a concrete vital and belief is that if Senator Gorman shall '
food. Name given by Postum:
te- money i is ten times more important perplexing question. The president be a candidate Virginia will support: pure I MATED FELT MATTRESSES. TRY

C\:'..=\. s EtECTRlc, LIGHTS AT SOL-- worth Ihtrnctt't more.Vanilla! costs more because could not meet and welcome her atM him" t i Co., Battle Creek, Mich. ONE. MARSTON & QUINA.3' t'


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i BEWARE OF IMITATIONSThere LATEST TALLAHASSEE FROM'I




Is a so-called Malt Whiskey offered for sale by

certain dealers In bottles which aro similar to the Duffy -

t Malt Whiskey bottle, and there Is no doubt that it Special to News.Tallahassee .

is bogus whiskey put up In a bottle in imitation of Fla.. Apr. 7.-At a gen .w
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'' the Duffy Malt Whiskey bottle with Intent to deceive eral caucas held in the halls of the for Infants and Children

=a the people and anything that is meant to deceive is a house and senate last night for the
Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil
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of nominating presiding officers par
fraud. purpose gone, Drops and Sootliiujr Syrups. It is IMoa-ant it
Any firm or company that will put imitations and clerks and attaches, the following containssul neither O;>imn, Morphine nor other Nan-oti:
substitutes on tho market will not hesitate to sell were elected: :-tance. it destroys! Worms and allays FetorislmeJ'CastorLi
4 cheat in weight and meacure. Senate. It cures Diarrhtra salt "Wind Colic. It rclietw Tih
goods or you
impure
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you ing Troubles and cures Constipation tt regulate
Frank Adams, President. Stomach and Bowels, jjiviiij healthy and natural the
REWARDThe Thomas .J Appleyard, Secreta!')'. The Children's lallaeel-The Mother's Friend. sleep
$500
i 11 L. G. Ramsey, of LaFayette county,

Mlai ; Duffy Hit vhisfey! Company will l pay $ioo forth Assistant Secretary. The Kind You Have Always Bough

__ ,4 I( l detection! 2.r.d conviction d any person cr persons oileri Frederick L. Robinson, of Suwanee Bears: the Signature of
,4 i t. t is not the county Bill Secretary.C. .
Wh
lung for sale Duffy Pure Matt key Y; t..ag
in Lotte! similar to B. Robinson, of Orange county,
genii=e, or a ro.c:1kd! malt whiskey a
__ 1 the DUlly Mt Whiskey bottle, wall a label on it similar in Reading Secretary.

r I r. style and t'pearance to the D..Ty. Malt Whiskey label, and a John R. Willis, of Levy county, Assistant

strap over the cork similar: to that Con the Duffy Malt Reading Secretary.B. I 9
Whiskey bottle, representing! it to be Du y's' Pure Malt L. Black unru, of DeSoto county
In Use For Over 30 Years.
% This wi:1: also give ;;500 reward for the Engrossing Secretary.
I 12 "i 1 detection Vhisey. and conviction company cf any Peron found r.1 Eng the James J. Byrne, 01 St. Johns county Ter erer.u. "o_......,.T.u.......T......,. ere. Ile e"ttl

Dray Malt Whiskey: toitlcs. Enrolling Secretary.

I Of course, when a remedy has: ken before the 1 public, so John \\'. Cannon, of Lake county,
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e c ;; lon, has teen preserved;: UKd and recommended: by the Recording Secretary. ;: ; f. B. HEIGHT GOrnPA
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,1st s il' : ri 'tIl b lst doctors, and i in a3 the jrom'ncnt hospitals; throughout George Hawkins of Suwanee coun- I 1\f.\ Wt ,

t"'e .nr'J, ant ,+-."..". cm'e.'ri t:1U: 1"1"; of: heat:1:: to :0 mnylli ty, Sergeant-at-arms. \\\1\\ \ \ \ MANUFACTURERS AND PFALFBS
rljiI tc.: :r.n:3;:; cf hc :cs, <:5 ci'scure: flag Whiskey h.s, !mlbtic.ns X. B. JlcCaskill, of St. Rosa county, --I' ei t, 15
c (-, are! bound to arise. lut; ti1;yean ii 7: te :!:; ttb Messenger.T. 3 LUMBER
r' i .,.. k LATHS
.r and lhl C:.!y; no cite CLr*:: Uu '("('ocds, A. Morgan, of Gadsden county, 1TIT 1 l ,

I. t/ ) Fora Mali Whiskeyferrntfa % Doorkeeper.Otto R. Kirchoff. Janitor. I I IHe j+ SAWED CTPI3CSSSEIiiGLIS; !:'IL:HJI:: (1 j

Duty's! : : ,. E. K. Reynolds Chaplain. I I I r1..w"""" PE ACOJ.A. KLA

(i rlihlrt j r> r.I r t House. I
qMl JII!;; t t 4 t4 \.:.s uncovered [CLV1"5'J i p by C"'"" cf the :irate1chemists : Cro'nwell Gibbons, of Duvall, Speaker. I -- -- ----- --

M the: woras: ever kl c.n. It is a .:Jet fern! \. .: I waTWE
ill endvhile it has curi: millions:: cf pcrdurirg tiifcs'hf William Forsyth liynum, Chief: COAL AND )

i ski Ci P IY r century the secret rr.sr.evir: !beer:: discovered.Dr. Clerk. I

E 1ri1, f 1} William; Hock Veil!, one cf the 1 leading; physiciansard I John G. Kelluai AsMtsant Chief EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA hOER TRADE

cf St. Louis, Mo., v.vts:: enthusiastically: about
? ''ft surgeons Clerk. THIS WINTER THAN EVE lEFt RESEND
'a "o fr4: v.hat Duffy's Pure Melt \Vhiky! has don for himself per
.
Ge:> B. Dickersoh. of Orange county,
sonally and his patients: Bill Clerk. US YOUR ORDERS NCW

r b Ccr/usm:-Djuj's ?.:r: "r." Y/.Licy! wis introduced to me Xat.W. Marion, of Hamilton county,
S Ni dr tr'L 'j'acomsrptivs pttertvhonil.s! t'r"-t. I calleJ cn hei Thompson Olsen & C l'r
,
''/' one atiernuon aft:r an alienee of.out to mor.ths oral umcrkei thtiuf Reading Clerk.W.
4 Gras so snuh i.rr i ove J. I:. Leitner, of DeSoto county, Manresa Street 1.
t j' .Xi I is 4rrei jrcitowr.ts.etcen j r"-e 'tdJ t'tthe: 1 .i -eer Assistant Reading Clerk. -, Telehone- ;7.
t after ::: =
I :i IIS'r r.oiig. fool a;d ritl.ty cf F'a fy's 1'nre,11ait Whiskey.p
+
t John D. Trammel!, of Polk county
'716 1er: h'rov mert ;:as so izrked t'rat I we:t uirectly anti curctiasetfor ESTABLISHED 1883MCRENZIE
SeVez1 other faiertssuJitir.g v1.ih'a J in ashort threttetr Engrossing Clerk. w -
j x}. s+4 aces: r. ell dCJ:1 tpoV'fCrst,and u in pers ':1 of strva.on and E. H. Rice, of Brevard county, Ser
: tisue.to OBRTING & CODIALS
earsontio: twre wsget ia.tGvm in te rr.2 geant-at-arms ,,
S ) Two oho Ltd Larj r:1 Ccr tr' tion. (:orsunrton! of the throat)
4 4 teisivelynowinmvpractice, H. M. Wharton, of Madison county, D *! III -0
j Uk .a n til are row IrtiryvL IaIe"r' jinl"it[

', '' >n \ start isl.aCrirrPr.lmon.a,3rtretirisAr:tion from, f cJ.terr.ia etc.;Hnanitionor alwzr's in com'aesle Abnsr.ius rte.t ).. Jesse Messenger.Sumner Door Keeper. Ship Chandlery and General flartee

E. taste anti sV-nuch Oi "all peopU ir.d condition ,
to
& Its zjreea'okress e
t EKE (14, Frank Walker, of Osceola county,
dtiis' .5 >3 1, rrl 'S it aliTiosi! a p-inic. :i for all! (!'t.T'cs. 008 AND 005 3. PALAtOX 8TUEKT.
'q R, Yours very resp-.ctfui.v: V/ILLL'C' HOCKER YAH, .Vi. D. Janitor.
0 r a
1 S r Jin.27,1303. Rev. F. W. Cramer, of Leon county, -A.GENOY
r'v REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN ROEBLINO'S KOM' CO,8
fit
1 Thousands cf !?ticv.; rrs recehvcl call/ from pi'efu! meA n 1 Chaplain. '
GALVANIZED
/ m )1 v.S I,, m 7 WIRE ROPE, A. BUSHEL A. MOl' 8 PCJIFS.
Q l7 \1 and women in oil \vl :s cf life, r-o ha- teen cured of consurariicn lion C. A. Carson, of Osceola county

Rocli_1ra_ It Zys'/. f ,ail tt.Y.J'_- ;-f:i at : d?. ccajb: colddyp'piia(' ad: general debility, I was nominated as president! Pro I Ri till 6rdip hilts, Slit, Intleil listrcneits! Chris, htfr:, (1h'1II

and ircrn old wi.ctlC:1'J: sy iivJr: l.ves have been prolonged item of the Senate. I COMPASSES. LOGS, !!,TU.

,1 teycr.c! the( t'reereardt- ,i ly the t.Ce ofDuty's I Senator C. C. Wilson, of the Seventh C. McKenzie Oertia? Collecting Agent for Bar PiloU Benevos. :t Aft
many years
*+,,. rrnt3,!}t''I,ts, '. L Itilr U ,ll dln/li n +tiftYI Pure Malt \VIvey! as th.\r orly cdic ie. Senatorial district was appointed to! elation.
.rd 1111'! i
13711 -
$ : I , l Qn r1U elU1 / I nutity the Senate of the nominations I'
'r lir' r V.hi be
I nrc'sit s-re put
lhly n1n ,,, z' r'I a Caution-Whrr. j c'4 r &ter Daffy's .cy yen
a'I' t'rr.r nn n? t utr made in caucus, and Gen. Albert W. THE GARDEN SECTION
!
3{ rII11Pqb! ., ,,:, ytll the genuine. L'rscrure3otsdnahrsminduloftheexcelhnceoittrlsrreyera I
ru 1S' t rt,wlilt:3'tosrl chrapiuritstionswd *o pi /' fl %fl'f' ,'f i t btUaU-s,w::!ch ere pat on C.s mLrtct for f.-oHt cnly,are i which,far t'cm I a similar! capacity to the house. oOFoPens.acola
' Yt >* rh x "' t' F"5yr1 cohort,g t.'. 3cl, *fe posit.vcly h.unlJl, tJc-nani "Du'fy's" nl be
r/x' The has been filled with the
city
bl 1 I''Pr 4I sure >ui >;ctt. Hlsthc only ulurayrrremsitebielxyelidtwaa'rs : Florida
6 r ] / I J / mtiicacl: l-erlth-Ening qualit'es.' Du'iy's Pure KM Whiskey is sold usual number of seekers after office, ,
v r t' iT11; { ." er.iy in K-tties-our can *tcia1.Biinp bo4t'eIike, the picture. Never In many of whom being disappointed will
; Masks or i J bulk. Look forth,tradostirk,"Tie biJ Clicmi,"oa the label. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
leave for their homes while many will
n'n'J' bottle. It it the only whit key icencnlnd by the government as a medicine
TLe gamine Is sold by druggists and (rovers.or direct.$t.oo a ,, remain trusting to secure a place on
bee to asyrcadetlb
Mt
sli tiwtment of dfxas and convrnurg tcstoon aa
r-Thf.b a guarantee. ValunUe medical booklet conta'mrg symptoms
t llir'aperwhoeiswreDufyGalt1V'hLkcyCompauyRochcUrS.Y.! I som committee later on. Beautiful Lots for Sale.
I. Public discussion of the dispositionof
--., ---.- ----
the Indian War Funds or other 40x137 feet at from $76 to $200 each, acccr&

t1'o iline For liver troubles ana constipation matters of importance have not yet ing to location and surroundings.

Lru-;-......- &..1''l: ': + oaeveY'y1 There's nothing better in creation been indulged; in to any extent, each

I Cure5 a Cold il! DneDayCtp in 2 bayslro. I: ',:' ,' box 25c Than Little Early Risers, the famous member seeming to await the expression ) Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

-- little pills. I of his neighbor's: view before making High, Dry Fertile Lands.

his own public.
Little Karl Risers different
tr } are The usual crowd of lobbyists are The grandest opportunity for investment ever
BHRGHINSFOR from all do not
otherspiHs. They
either here or coming and it Is safe offered Pensacola.
weaken the system, but act as a tonic!to say that the dispensary) measure I

( to the tissues by arousing the secretions will come in for a share of their attention Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
tAt
., and restoring the liver to the as well as a few other schemes

- # SATURDAY, MARCH 21!, TO MARCH 27, 1903. full performance of its functions na I, that make they things'! hate lively.up their sleeves to A. VIQClubbsCorn"

_. turally. Hargis Pharmacy, John .
---- -- -- -- -
Garden and Bru Streets.F.O. .
I
Kahn. .
rr Sheppard Sidney
E. W. PEAKS
Remember, these goods at the prices quoted -
,r .r A FRIENDLY EMINDER.-I BRENT, W1H KSOWLE8 W. K. HYEE, JR., J. H, KEKrI.!: : :
L} below have to be seen to be appreciated. No. SO Kouth Palafox !street, keeps I'resldent. Vtoe-Preslddat. Cksbler An't r.I.I!
Hereafter for all reading notices of'' call bells, wires and all kinds of

.- lairs, festivals, plays suppers, balls, electrical supplies. Have him do

Ladle Full Bleached Vests, the 40 In all Wool, Extra fine Twill I dramas, elocutionary or any other your work. Call phone 203. First? NatiopalBankPENSRCOLA {

.......... . kind
lOc. grade ...... .. 5c Serge, 75c value at. 49c yd of entertainments given by Don't think less of your system than ,

Ladle Full Bleache Vests, the 100 Ladies Grey Walking Skirts, I I churches societies, lodges or individuals you do of you houso. Olveita; thorough

I 15c. grade, at..8 1-3c good value at $1.50, our price 98c where an admission is charged i i' cleaning, too. Take Hood's Sarsaparil- OT FLA.

l ladies' Short Waist Corsets, 50 Ladies' All Wool Grey Walking i or merchandise or other thingsare I

I White, only............. .. ... 24c Skirts, Latest style at .. .. 24c sold there will be a charge of 5 la.BEAUTIFUL DZZcrn sWM.
200 yards Embroideries, Edges 50 Ladies' All Wool Etamine WalkIng I cents a line for first insertion and 2'/2: WHITINGPAPERREASONABLY. H. I .Otti LFS W.A.1LOUNTF.C. URKST. X. K :

t s and Insertions. Big value, yard .5c Skirts, colors grey and tan, I| cents a line for subsequent insertions. D. G. BRENT.

Men's, Ladies' and Children's priced at. .. . . . $4.49 !!1 Obituaries and .resolutions of respect -I

fast black and tan hose, worth Ladies White Lawn Shirt Waists*, will come under this same ruling Ua \ B ft '
:1 u
15c, cut to, pair........... 8 1.3c embroidered front. Latest out also. i ij IFmitn &i 1 : g ,

10 dot Gent's Night Shirts Big at... . . .49c, 74c and 99c j i iI I Time was when Papyrus or Paperwas

value at. ....... ...... .... .. 49c 10 doz Boy's Laundried Colored Makes a Clean Sweep.There's : an expensive luxury. ',1
t 10 doz. Ladies'TabCollarsthe 10c Shirts at. .. ... . . 25c I nothing like doing; a thin:;I Ithcrollgh1y. Only the very wealthy could af! an.w oar o'.rn Bills of Exchange oa Great Brli..n I. ;'
ford to write letters in those days. Germany: France, A a tia. Italy, Holland, !Spain, Belgium Uaes' >d
kind, at............ ......... 5c 10 doz Gent's Pat. Elastic Seam Cf all the Salves you
I Now of g'r! 1en, Denmark and other European countries.Dhbnrged .
the cost has
10 doz Ladles'Apllque Tab Collars, I Drawers at. .. .. ... .. .. 39c ever heard of Bucklen's Arnica Salve production 1 (1&1
f 25c goods, at........... ... 10cGent' 50 doz Gent's Lace Stripe Balbriggan is the best. It sweeps away anJcures i been figured so low that almost any t :;-VQSilE'1a : upon the Moa Fayort.bll Term, and atd
one can afford Pretty Paper I 0 'iltfatloa*Taken Parable at l'orof neghpatlcn Ten or rmu. Did
and Ladies' Hemstitched Shirts and Drawyers. Big Burns, Sores, Bruises, Cuts, Boils,)
r Take for instance, our 25c boxes. after Veseel ArriTes there.1''Safety .
t; Handkerchiefs, at.......... 8 1-3c value at 75c suit, our price 49c Ulcers Skin Eruptions and riles. It's I
We have a dozen styles to select
i 2x64 Inch Extra Heavy Cotton Gent's Extra Heavy Blue Overallsand only 23c; and guaranteed to give i )1''POltt Bozet for Rent in Connoctlc:

Towels, at............... 8 1-3c Jumpers with or without satisfaction by \\-. A. D'A1ernberteIdruggist from. with whloh* b..e a Priva partment for thetf

t Lad 1.1' Girdle Summer Corsets, Aprons at. ...............98c suit 11:! S. Palafox street. Rough paper or smooth paper, ruled of Renter

at .......................... 49c 401 none Better Extra Heavy Blue paper or unruled paper, white paperor -
6e our line of White Mercerized Overalls and Jumpers, union The street cars stoppine in front of+II colored paper. DR. KING'S PEOFES3IOSAL OASD3.

Walsting, nothing newer out at made, warranted fast colors Jacohy's make: it convenient for tha And every one of them a paper .-

.............. .. ....15 and 25c yd arid not to rip at.. ......$1.98 suitLadies ladies. They will find what they want that will lend a correct tone to almost TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR -
kind of W. C. ROWE M. D.
correspondence.
10 pcs Mercerized Madras Ginghams 4 Strap patent Colt's Skin without goiiis further. any ,

at...............19e. the yd I Sandals the latest creation and I Of course, we have .lower-priced THAT COLD. Office: 17X 8. Palaol.l
: ard there are some beau :ful TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
if
100 plecesfigured Lawns and Dimities the same you pay 225. Our CARPENTRY AND \ I' papers Boon from B to fIJ.I.. m. antS 1 to I P-

new patterns at..5c the ydK price....... ................. $1.49Ladles' I high-priced boxes at 10c .that .will Cures ConsumptionCoughs tad after o'clock
ELECTRICAL WORK I please the most fastidious .corres.pcndert. Colds Bronchitis Asthma
pieces Madras Ginghams, new Oxfords, Sandals and Colonials Oat
Iliono:
stripes and checks at......... 9c in all the latest shapes, i : PneumoniaHayFeverPleurisy -
RIne up Pearl & Dolivp, phone 660. All the latest shades and shapes of
40 In all Wool Cheviot Serge, 75c plain ard: patent tips at If von haro anv carp..it..r or tIeclrii i i ; LaGrippe, Hoarseness,
grade at............... ... 49c yd I ....75c S9c $1.25 and $1.50 the pair! cal work yon want well done i iI iI writing paper at Sore Throat, Croup and JOHN S. BEARD,


I Many Actors 1 ard: Singers-use Piss's i I I J. M. COE'S Whooping Cough. ATTORNEY-AT-LAT. ?.
'I NO CURE. Office.-309! Thfesen Balldin
FJO
Cure to strengthen the voice and preI PAY.
Eememter the Place, Pice5o' aryllTWtBOTTLESFREEClbanluriadlea Office Hours-8:30 a. m. to I P. c'
F. E. BRAWNER vent hoarseness. ,, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, -
I I II..SEE to6:30p. m-
; -.kjrw 2:30p.m.
I I II South Palafox ana waist' ego"'
203 Street
ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOLOMON'S. '8 one of o-.t epecialte! Star Laan Practice la all tate and federal reCa.l
Icy S. PaL ox St. I I I I PENSACOLA. Jr1. All prompt bailoett and diligent entrusted ttenUoo.to me wtn






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THE DAILY N1W8. 'PIN8ACOLA. FLORIDA, TUESDAY APRIL 7. t808.




JEWISHILEADERS LINIDFoci.. Chris Thiesen



ORGANIZE A SOCIETY CORNERINTENDENCIAANDBAYLENSTS., !.t t

..... it "

Blindfold! a ,. "ffl
\ ,
TO ENABLE WORTHY POOR woman and. she \
TO
loses all confi One Block West of Palafox. y

? TIDE OVER THEIR DIFFICULT : dence in herself: ., \\ ,
PD/IJS. Her step is slow 1_ KEEPS:: THE FINEST BRANDS OF"r

WITHOUT BURDEN Or hesitating and ......

: INTEREST.New hands uncertain.are raised Her '?\'<; .

to.ward the blows imaginary \ \ r PUREST[ I 1I LIQUORS


Orleans, April 6.-Some of which threaten _...
..
.. -
her. When
the philanthropic Jews of Xew Or. a ......
sick
woman
leans are about to organize a society, seeks the means of health she is often FOR ,

the purpose of whicu is to assist like a woman blindfold. She has no '
worthy members of the confidence. She cannot tell what her
race who MM Use
chance to be effort will lead to. She turns now to a1or >
temporarily in need ol this side and then to the other in uncertainty .
assistance. Such organizations date and doubt FOB

from a remote period of Jewish history The sick woman who uses Dr. Fierce's 5,.

and are based on the teaching absolute Favorite confidence.Prescription may It invites do so open-with The Sailor Landsman

of the able' and of the rabbis. Tho I eyed investigation. There need be no or i ;

object is not to give money, but to hesitation in following the hundreds of L 1 I
lend it to these thousands of women who have found a ; i
Cures who, -or the time
be-I perfect cure for womanly ills in the use Swedish Punch Danish Aquartl / '
tag,
; are unable to secure money except of this medicine
.. German Kummel and other brands d '
at ruinous rates of interest. "Favorite Prescription"! cures irregu of imported Wines and Liquors ;fits ; t

Many such cases occur, and, if temporary heals larity inflammation and dries weakening and ulceration drains.and It Here only you will find the X. C. t i f I' I 1 1 r

All Kidney and assistance is given, those who cures female weakness. Bowen. Kentucky Whiskey, 24 years fr 6 f' r 1
would otherwise suffer are set on "With a heart full gratitude to you for sending old. s. t
out over t h land your wonderful medicine I 'I'-
j
their' feet and are mauled to start send these few lines, hoping that some poor suf- Valhalla! : Branch corner Garden jJ a 3i I P i
anew.It fering women mil try I>r. Pierce's medicines," I street and 10th avenue.,4 .
writes Mrs Cora L. Root of Greenspnn Fur .. .
----- '
Diseases i is believed that such help is: bet nace \\anhicgton Co.. ;Maryland.1 had suffered :.ti. i.[ h
Bladder severlv (rom female weakness and had to
I U r, ter than giving outright for the one be in bed a'ureat deal of the time. Had headache -
'
backache and in led side when ? t
given to retains his self-respect and dcmn I commenced pain taking Dr. l'it.'rce's Favorite lying- J J., L t 1fG.} -

is spurred on by it to every effort in Frescr.piiun; and had not taken two bottles ,
when 1 was able to be around again and do my
1 1Foley's
order to be able to repay that which work with but hale pain. Can now eat any
thing and it never hurts me any more. Have
lie has borrowed. It is even thoughtby taken seven bottles of I>r. Herce's Favorite Prescription Contractor ud Builder. : ,:
many such and one of his'Compound Extract fcf '
organizations that it
Smart-Weed and several vials of his Pleasant

Kidney Cure will positively cure any case of is well to charge a small rate of in. Pellets.save Jo I terest, which is usually added to Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure biliousness r

Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the the in available New York fund.there is** a great so- and sick headache. ESTIMATES SHORT NOTICE FURNISHED jt, jt AT j* 1 r '


ieiy of this kind, which lends annually NO BAD TASTE. FirstClassVork Guaranteed and ,i 1
of medicine. No medicine do HEPATICURA taken in a little References Furnished. fl .
reach can more. about $130,000: to the unfortunate. l ;
water is almost tasteless. Children '
Experience has shown the plan not 414 EAST IXTEVDKXCIA ST '+, :fe' '
can take H as easily as adults. Thereis -
only feasible but altogether helpful. i :
pi i
If notice Xo society ot this kind has ever absolutely nothing bitter about the PEARL & DOLIVE. E ,
irregularities commence taking _
you any been organized in Xew Orleans, taste, nor that sickening sweetness.It ,
positively does not gripe or Irritate Call on them at the corner of Garden I, i f fl ::1
hough work of a similar character
Foley's Kidney Cure at once and avoid a fatal malady. has been done by the Russian Jews a delicate stomach, .and its laxative and Alcaniz streets for carpen- .f '. 1.

I l effect is easy and natural. All these terand: electrical work or phone 630. +
of the city. Dr. Leucht has also followed tI. t ? ., '
good qualities combined in a medicine t t ;
this plan somewhat in administering : .: : debxi ,'
is sure to please. That is why it has
A Merchant Cured After Having Given Up Hope. A Veteran of the Civil War Cured After Ten Years the Jewish charities here.
friends. Sold all
so by druggists -
of eutferinp.Gentlemen1 Recently Mr. Julius \Veis, the well. many t t
Foley & Co., Chicago. .
was afflicted with Kidney and R. A. Cray, J.P., o! Oakville, Ind., wrltes- known Jewish leader and philanthropist HARD

Bladder trouble for six years and had tried numerous "Most of the time for ten years I was confined to my proposed the organization of a .
The tomorrow t
opening at
Jacobj's
preparations without getting any relief and had given bed with some disease of the kidneys. It was so society to carry on the work systemitically .

up hope of ever being cured; when FOLEY'S KIDNEY severe I could not move part of the time. I consulted here. He found fifteen gen- I wiil be largely attended and pretty

CURE was recommended to me. After using one the best medical skill available, but got no relief untilFOLEY'S 'rows leaders who were willing to put souvenirs; will be presented to every i.
bottle I could feel the effect of it, and after taking KIDNEY CURE to and the choicest groceries BRICK +
was recommended me. ip $:a0) each, making ?7rjOO in all.
si< fifty-cent bottles, 1 was cured o! Kidney and will be shown.
Iamgratefultobeabletosaytbatitentirelycuredme. This will lie made available for lend.
Bladder trouble and have not felt so well! for the past

twenty years and 1J.'e it to FOLEY'S KIDNEY Refuse Substitutes ing to such as the organized society GOOD FOR CHILDREN. I vpi : ct

CURE. James Smith, Bentons Ferry, W. Va. thinks are worthy. .
The pleasant to take and harmlessOne I
The initial meeting was expectedto '

have taken place Sunday, but, on Minute Cough Cure gives immediate ALMS\ ON HAND 'w. ; P
Two Sizes, 50 Gents and $1.00SOLD account of some misunderstanding it relief in all cases of Cough, :

Croup and LaGnppe because it does _
was not held. It is understood that t. 1'.i.
not pass immediately Into the stomach 1
cards calling: such a meeting will be .HALF. I '
.
BYw. s '
AND RECOMMENDED but takes effect right at the -n
!sent' out this week, and that it will }
seat of the trouble. It draws out ..
be held at an early time. -TO- A JX
A. D'ALEMBERTE, No. 121 S. Palafox St. I the inflammation, heals and soothes ,t J

Robbed the Grave. I; and cures permanently by enablingthe > "* *
ONE
-- -- MILLION
THE BLOOD A startling incident is narrated by lungs to contribute pure life-giv. :
\ ) MEEKLY I4CIIEDU1.: ,
II1'JP-Q J1I1UflJLUItIGnr { il Cannot remain pure if the liver is John Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows ing and !Iffe-sustaining oxygen to the

FOR STEAM DIVISION inactive. One function of the liver is : 'I was in an awful condition.My blood and tissues. Hargis Pharmacy,

SUCOlL.ELECTmCTElt! l"A. skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken John Sheppard Sidney Kahn.O.a.STOE1. '
OF PYTHIAS. HAlLWAY COlll'A Y. to filter the impurities out of the Get Our Prices Before t
blood. Malaria, or other germs and tongue coated, pain continually! in :
p,>u4*.>.lU: L..if. \I). S, K. or P.. Tralni leave FeoncoU for 111'1 Lttu barK and sides, no appetite, growing : A.km .
matter cannot in
remain
poisonous
o.r oS LilaHayouWarrtntton.NavyYAr# ita Kad Yce 11118 heals Qdt b4.atnra
a"-. '.artery Moiday even and Kurt tUr.aeaa ateao9marrtveatr'ortarrsscaa the system when the liver is active. weaker day by day. Three physicians the Purchasing.Capacity .

I .'\i. 'It t no Tad: mount Et Castle-- *'atsoo all $.in.strive at Kort La'raacas 10:45 rl4ayWw a.1I 1IKPAT1CUIU the best liver tonic. had given me up. Then I was L '-(J/?{+-# l

' I\. .h .: .4'ng.,, brethren third: floor.cordally 1.....1 p.n.arrlvd I\ Kort Karranobt l.bpn It will aid the liver in its work of advised to use Electric Bitters; to
K K..1U p. m. arrive tit Fort Barrancaea p ill
\ *T -,0111\1 \.LMK. dt5p.n.arrLYeatForti: Karraacas io 51 ci elimination; it Hill tone up the blood my great joy, the first bottle made a [''ndqiu's, file {Best frr $c.
'i>:no p.ai.arrive *', 'o't Barrno 8.5 p.D I continued 50,000 Daily 1 1sJlL
.r"4 UOKMKR l'.C. Train leave Fort iifcrrnaoin for Penis and keep it normally alkaline. It is decided improvement. P.
K. B.A B. CO'A at the best blood purifier and constitution their use for three weeks, and am ,
1n 4-n. arrive at Pcnsacola_ 8-FCk. n 1 =tI0LAY-
11 oo m.Arrive at p.n.auolall:4I\ : builder to be had. Sold by all now a well man. I Know they robbed 'a
p.
Hun > i l.tul.' Jfo 13 ico p. ai. a.-rive at p:1SII.COlll_ i.tf p.3 druggists. the grave of another victim." Xo ht a I i
,
1 SASp m arrive' at P..n.tCol'5 i :45 p c7vr. Grist and Corn Meal f Mills :
7:30.: at ;
at
a i vt-ning
I'll;ifnx uri.l I.Rrd..n1 ; p. rn.I..riv..lit Pensanla._ i.a5 p. one should fail to try them. Only 50 fijefv1i11an Brick Co :1 : '

' '.' -1 1 1 K.J'! ..'UlTjOIKNhOV it'oonl-hlly I : Invited., 'Si5p.'",.L.1rd:1.orl in.arrive: :at,Peuraca.Ia; ;;; I. m Try The News' WANT COLUMN. cents, guaranteed atV.. A. D'Alem- fI. F. GOJZfii? Z A CO., Prop, : K k1

., 0. C. TA.au FOB WEEK mis. berte's 121 S. Falafox street. Mloufr.ctren Pine Barren Fla. Jii- 1i 1i8rad'
.t i
,I,fltjoca to Kort harrtncss and r:11rB'ZNPeasxeola UHOfCK ;MKAL AN) rUiCK: GKOCM tt
to Navy Yard tad rdtnrr.w 1A'uaraouia ij OUTHEflN [ M[ Co.ij. :t Lh 1
l:1: lo ful.uetto: Peach aii rear.ra .U Yon want a !good piano tuner to STOCK I'I<;I'D - -- r' ,
1 I. 'ls"' *' n. ao, K. of p ? ft tu i
4. {
ACRE!)tDx. hold
SriIDAT still
stay in Pen=?acola, !' you Fktronlie Home Industry for there ii i.
1" "'> .E S"i. :!I'. KnUbts of when: w-fkMi-ir prtruiits the running c hack vour order. end it i in. I have every reason you should bup7cnr Meal ant L 'ia'
I" '. .i rv llijrsitiiv even- open C01.CQt.'s. had 20 and have Stock Feed from the Home Macafaotartir Iff.! !.!, qn
experience
', 1'i.ir' i ustle (Hull on '.:.a-t f)a-Bocl*. LT Fort "rr'DS6r'i a years' for by so doing yon encourage home In:Sci- '
, '-4dbonhusldingenuth-. a, o>, 15 .. IQ. worked in several piano factories. try. Your money I.IetInthe commaaltj f
I if \. nl JirJtMi street. U a. m. U ai, Orders!' left at Johnson's book store ,nd you In tart are Indirectly! benefited
uit clJr"I lIy aelcutned.U..1LL8nNu. tp.m. InfoEterlng the home manufacturer yniDontrlbateto ,fr'y iikt
tr.m will be attended: to.CHAS.
: n; I p.m. I the cause of labor. You ow'It 1
IP.
I. C.I. tr-3 p.m. W. PRESSLEY. to tbecommonUyla which yon lire ant NICK'S .
= .
: .b' (urranDpo>-t
p. m pm. ebennttrlh0'eltov _.. ,.
Sp.u -
lip m "Better out than in"-that humor
I>. m. I p.mi
:0. O. F. that you notice. To be sure it's out
"" I.Of) It3 FA..7C&"UfDAY artKarranoai Perry' To all parts of the country.The and all out, take Hood's Sarsaparilla.! i rni it i i
Y irl %al rrtarn______ Wo ,
Pen.a, 4
.la 1':1" Xo 4 .. ... 9
;. 13 Ptlmttto leash and
" .. ... -7' unuui 1T jJjj!
;.,' 'r' 1 !qr'dl\\ evening at 7W: Btv '''''!Pn..__. ___ IN Malta-Vita Shredded Wheat Biscuits HARPER
: ,, ,..
\ ; \ : Intendencia street
. l L--: : tii cordially inUtrtd. VMUI eln41Ulr 1:18 p. D. Southern Express Company and Force with Cream at Sol- *

.loiiA.vMiN. x. 0. --- --- receives and forwards freight Oman's. 3!
r :wv., Snoretarv.K BUY THE 4.LH
money, and valuables of all descriptions WIllSKT ,

OF L. to isll parts of the country, OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine ',
DAILY MENUS
NME E with connections for Canada, Mexico oysters today. Try them. Ut
''nal: IsHcintily S... 1505. NIC APOSTLE.
Havana, Cuba, European points, Comprise all the Up-to- it
..
'S! Mi J.iy in each month.
\\,1'. U.TUARP.1. Date Dishes the M 1f-
\1.{ etc.The NAVAL 8TOUKS MARKET.imported .
M \"N\m.>1'.r"IIUY'. M. W. SEWING MACHINEDo Southern Express Company kets of the World & MS

operates on 30,000 miles of first- Daily for The New. bj A&ord. r !? 41ff ;

not be deceives>r those who ad. class routes, and in connection with Union Naval Store Co.ROSIN. watr ; p4 '
The Beer \vrtHe a $t>0.00 fc ew ing Machine for .

$:::).oO. Thiskindofairuu-hinecaa the Adams Express Company, on WW__It Oil H_ _...i240wo j''; t 1Ladies'
be bought from Ui or any of our through way-bills, with throughcars _____ 8 G_ ____ I 2! fro Private 1* ,JTife r

That Made dealer from 115.00 to $18.00.WI and through __.M_ __ 8 I gi) ,. ____ I! 10 s*: -

MAKE A VARIETY. messengers, per- ___.___ S 10 E__ __ 2 0K Dining Parlor. : ''

THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. forms a unified service, constitutingthe : ___ 8 20 1>..__ 205
l largest system of the kind in t___._...__ 2 (>5 ('Ii below__ 205IElrs ?
lNaIp! r TAMOV U weakness Tho Food of determines Sewing Machines.the strength The or the world. "' TOaPEarta51See A DELIGHTFUL BEVERAGE, i ijJ r ;'J I

Double Feed combined with other Money Orders are sold at all A SAFE STIMULANT Regular Dinner Daily.Short : jj
ttrong points makes the New Home Hudgins new style of label. ,
-IS- of the Southern -
the butt tx-wiug Machine to buy.ihovlng agencies Express A GOOD MEDICINE y.

the different Company at reasonable hours. Re- Order Promptly 4j ,

VICTORIADE W't[ 1W r CIRCULARS g tylcs' of ceipt is given and money is refunded SEND YOUR ORDERSto For Bale byPannheisser Filled. Night or Day. ?4 = I 7f r

! \ ry we manufacture price Wore purclul.slllg if order is lost. Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or t r
ACME BREWING co. electrical work. Repair work a Bros. t1 I .

la:!>! to-l'E\T BOTTLE BEEHIN THE NEW SOME SCVINC MACHINE CO.OftANGt. This is the cheapest way to send specialty. If It'i Something Good to Eat ;
Mall. small remittances by mail or other- you with you'll find it at :p t i .) E
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TOWN. 23 Union Sq. N.Y.,Chicago,I lL,Atlanta,G3., wise. '
DiNNHEISSER BROS. 6U Louls, o)., Daria-sTes.Saa: Francisco,Cal E. W. FOWLER, Nick Apostle'sPopularJRestaurant '

GENTS FOR SALE BY Agent, Pensacola, Fla WICKE & CO. '

FOR THE CELEBRATED Branch Offices: fimi

!L J Haner ihi key. J. B. Roberts, Depot Store. v
'
These tiny Capsules are superior Jas. Hansen, Cor. Alcanli and Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter MffAM 1y

Gadsden.J. a
31a1a' I to Rikam of ,Copalba, I 44
8'R' Hone-401 S. Palafox street ICrbeb, and Injections IPJJTI I E. Williams, Cor. DeVilllers and u .
South Palafox Street.
No. i
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Exehauge-0: ;; ;p. Union Depot. They cure to 48 tours the Jackson.Sol Hot Frenoh Waffieeotriithi =

P.0. Box 2 1. Pensacola, Fla. +'t.e LWMM without acyinoa-, Cahn, Cor. Palafox and Inten All Kinds 01 Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on HindTKLKFHOICH Florida Cane Syrup at :I C #

Phones 116-268. t-Cft tJar C v. ..*U-.DSt'CGISTS.. denela. *2L .. PKM8AOOLA. FLA, i Solomon'.. t/ I. .

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THE DAILY NEWSt PEN8AC0LA. FLORIDA TUESDAY., APRIL 7,1903
!? _ _



A REMARKABLE- SPEECH. THAT SMOKER Oldest and Largest Agency j in

; *
j West
The court room at New Boston Texas Florida.

has been the ecene of a most remarkable -
IESTA USIUH
case being tried, that of the IS ASSUREDELEVEN lSUH.;
: Office at Pen-
Entered at the Post
State of Texas, vs. Co!. Jno. Hallum,

Meola Fla. seoond.class matter. charged with shooting W. A. Forbes,

a minister, who had ruined Hallum's nowles Bros.INSURANCE
OFFICE: -Pitta Building, 211H HUNDRED OFFICERS AND
home. Co!. Hallum was an utter stran .
ain Palafox street, up-stairs.
ger, and previous to the trial his "fu MEN WILL BE ENTERTAINED AT


THE HEWS PUBUSHIHG CO. neral" had been preached all over THE ARMORY TUSEDAY NIGHT. _. & $ J
: the country for the purpose of poison. y# :

.Term: Invariably in Advance. ing the people's mind against him. _
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i mall.$5 00 The lawyers, through fear of boycott: -.Y AND
One Year by
Eleven hundred officers
Six Months ... ... .. ... 250 refused to defend him, and Col. Hal from and men
lum, being a noted lawyer and historian the battlesnips will be royally
One week by carrier, payable Monday entertained at the next Tues- fcLl REAL ESTATE

....... .... .... ... 10 defended himself like Paul, when armory
arraigned before Agrippa and Festus. day night. April 14. The arrangement ,

Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap Col. Hallum is an old man, his head committees announced this Doesn't cou2h niuch! through the day. It's when night 309 South alafu\strtrtt; .
the of all
morning completion
plans
.
plicaUon.TELEPHONE white as hoar frost, but his form is "
he and the notable event will be the largo comes that he coughs so hard. Phone 22.
straight as an Indian's. There PEXS.\l'OW.

NO 118. stood before a "packed" jury, and in a est ever attempted in Pensacola. Don't let these nis'nt i coughs deceive you. Some day you ,

crowded court room, and spoke for Lieutenants Maddox and Massey received may wake up to the fact tact: your boy is thin, pale, weak, -

three hours, and his speech was filled a letter from Admiral Higgin- even seriously i ill.!! You can't safely: trifle with any throat or GENERAL
:
last in which ACiarrs
son evening permission
with pathos and Promethean fire; it lung trouble. Cure the cough quickly '\\'ithAyer's
was granted for the men to come
was the most eloquent and forceful The
ashore. The admiral information
requested Equitable
ever delivered in the history of AmerIcan -
jurisprudence. Its publication regarding numbers of men, Cherry PectoralIt's

rSIBAOOLA APRIL 7, 1903
time and place of entertainment and
world the pieceof
gives to the greatest hue Assurance
forensic literature extant. At times in fact every detail. These will be Society
the same medicine old doctor when
your gave you you
There must have been a large his there not dry furnished in a letter which will\ be I .
during speech was a Of
the
child. The doctors United: State.
were a young indorse it no'too for
Amount of money in that Atlanta bank eye in the audience. Several times sent the Commander-in-Chief this ,

from which more than ?:0,000 could the bailiff had to remove the crowd ning. e\"e-I coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, consumption. HENRY B. linn:, rundfr

r be taken without being missed. that crushed him in an endeavor to The committee gave orders to Three sizes: 25c... Me.SI-00. J. C. AEB CO., Lowell Hut. "Strongest in the World.'
..
word he White's job office this morning for exquisite I bare the,mteit ennfldenre In Ayet' Cberrr Pectoral. I have nied It for a number of
Mr. Bryan claims ijat men like hear his every ; was interrupted Jean and I never knew It to tall to break np a cold."CHARLES l'UV08Tl'lattlbur<<.M.Y.
invitations. These will be
minister's wife
by a : presentinghim
the republican governor of Iowa who printed this evening and tomorrow the -
with a boquet of flowers. The jury
I OUR WARRINGTON
lean toward tariff reform are better AGENCY.
admiral and his staff and each IG-HT
acquitted him without leaving the captain SEARCH DRILLWEDNESDAY TAKE NOTICE.To .
democrats than the old-time leaders and member of his staff will -
box. The Sickle Publishing Co. Memphis re NIGHT. whom it may concern: The NEWS isonsale by Ma
and workers in the party who repu II.
ceive for the
one. Especial pains reception
Tenn., has published all the On and after this date all Resolutions Keefe at Warrington, who 'is a t
diated him and his pupuiistic plat Q''i'ed
of the officers have been ta
facts in the case, and Col. Hallum's fa Admiral Higginson will offer a Cards of Thinks: Excursions or to receive and receint for a-v ,
form. ken and all of them will be honored M
mous speech in book form and sellsit great attraction to Pensicola peopleand Entertainments to whici an admission scriptions. Residents cf the rese"Jo

.
The Norfolk'a.) Landmark for 50 cents direct. It is worth guests.A visitors tomorrow night on the is charged, and simi'ar notices, tion may now be supplied with cr
:S
committee of ladies who have in
(i.-em.) says: "Those Philadelphia twice that amount, and everyone who occacion of the regular weekly search will be charged for at regular zdvertiiinj of the paper several hours after t-8
trested themselves in the function
Irishmen who mobbed McFadden'sRow believes in the virtue of woman and yesterday light drill. Should the weather be tales. issue leaves the press.
made a short canvas and secured
of Flats ought to be able to the protection of home should read it. clear, from 8 to 9 o'clock the national
as contributions about 130 cakes
understand the strain which southern ensigns will be displayed from each PICNIC.
DEMOCRATIC EMBLEM. and 2,000 sandwiches, hams and various SEE ELECTRIC! LIGHTS AT s" .
people have to endure when Uncle ship and the lights will be played on The Ladies' Auxiliary of the B. of
(Mobile Item.) accessories. These ladies have OMON'S.NOW .
Tom's cabin comes this way." We have often heard discussed the them. This is said to be a very beau L. I;. will give a picnic on April 2S
given the committee: a great aid. ami
origin of the rooster as a democratic tiful sight and everybody who can at Magnolia Bluff. Tickets 23; cents. -
This is the eventful day when the their efforts are greatly appreciated IS THE
emblem of success, and we have seen find it convenient to do so should go Trains will leave union depot at 2:20:: TIME TO FURNISH'
solons of the state meet at the capital it used by all the political parties to A meeting of the committee was helj to the YOUR DINING ROOM, AND MM.
water front and watch the
p. m., 4 p. m. and S:30: p. m. atd:
for the purpose of making more celebrate \ictory.. The democrats, with Mrs. Kessler this morning when beautiful STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT VOL'
Lieutenant
display. Flag E.
'c
is
however claim that the rooster
,
laws for the the further details were perfected.
government of peo. WANT IN SIDEBOARDS
purely a democratic emblem and C. C. Evans, who was on shore this TO Cl'I'.K A COLI IX ONE PAY CHINA
The more law, the less liberty Flag Lieutenant Evans met Lieutenant CLOSETS
pIe ;
TABLES AND
them. CHAIRS.
should be used only' by morning, said this feature will be the Take Laxative Rmmo Quinine Tablets
and it has been said that Americans Maddox this morning and .
\Ve have never been able to trac', expressed TliissignaturefflV L
I prettiest yet seen in Pensacola bay. on es-cry --- --
ii: have more laws than any other peo the origin of its use, hence could not great pleasure at the efforts of the boxie, fr.lt7?rv I CREX AMERICAN GRASS
CAS-
pie in the world. intelligently defend it. But we have citizens to provide entertainment for sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's
finally fallen upon a history of the PETS AND LINOLEUM, FINEST
the men. Lieutenant Evans at the Swamp-Root the liver We will launder your spreads fo'
origin of tne rooster as a democratic great kidney,
In *>ew York the other day a mad emblem.A same time took occasion to make some and bladder remedy, are being distributed 15 cents each and make them loot THING ON EARTH FOR YCIR

,1ijJ4 dog ran amucii in the streets. Before dispatch from Bluff ton, Ind., to extremely complimentary remarks at here from house free. Have tike uw fitar Laundry.A. HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE.
,
: Lr It was killed the brute nad bitten fifteen -
the Indianapolis:: Xews says: 'Tncle for the fleet obtainableat
children. of the sort the advantages received ? RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTO'
f Something Sammy" (;ruell.! one of the oldest you one &
,t,3I; Is liable to orcur in any city in which citizens of Wells county, and one ot I Pensacola and expressed the hope C. BINKLEY QUINA.

:- dogs are permited to have their own the oldest members of the demo'raticparty that the squadron would come here MEETING O. H. desires his friends .

tiV! sweet will. So far as pre\entivemeas in Indiana, claims that he ori:?- from year to year and the public know that he has cunw ()
THE"I! ,
1itt- ures are concerned, it might;:; occur in inated the rooster as an emblem ot Mr. Maddox asks The News to state Moved to Room SOS! Thie:en buildin -
A - --
.
i1i Savannah.-Savannah Xew"s.Same his In ls3G; he lived in special meeting of the Ancient:
Bjone .
party. that the last meeting of the !?, where he will continue as heretoforp
.p1 here. bo far as we know children county. The national convention today Order of Hibernians will be held at a irenprtil liw practice.A : EITIltRtb..CftPfa"|' .
'l ttj[ nor cunsiKnfes: i --
ltl I in this city have no rights that nominated for president Janit committee be held Thursday evening their hall, on next Wednesday, April = s Zanzibar 101.. ,t, .
Buchanan. The outlook in Indiana : and members of the military who =** MM' for debts ,. u J
dogs are bound to respect. Hh at 7.30:: o'clock: to make arran?'''' the crew of said .
4 early in the campaign looked very have volunteered as waiters are urged ments for the celebration of THIS HATAnd vctsei.u.. w. iVr.s.KEysER :' N-, '
[ dark for the democrats. A man j Dewey \ : ,t CO..
; j j The legislatures of all the states named Chapman was editor of a to be present. Day. S \.on.lglI..s.

T1iI are pretty much auke as regards the weekly paper in Indianapolis which I The arrangement of tables will lie .**..cr..1110.1'1'1I":1 tb..co, ,

tendency to load Lawn the statute was the state organ of the democ nO\'t>1. They will be placed in long Good Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per '!r'f;; nor tranci consignees ..r ."
co will In r -
- Looks with legislation which interferes racy. Chapman took a pessimistic i rows, seven in number. Those seven thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. fur dcbit contract a\ 3} .'
, view of the situation and his fear crew of HHid ,,&s ..I.
, i tables will be covered with red cloths.
with Unless
personal liberty. : '
for success was manifested in his | Kl'U': < i \

-M : I there is a check; put to it ia some ;! paper. )Ir. Criell; ) believed that the j Iln a corner wll! be set tables for the Salvation Army. Gulf Transit Con'-l('nt-t-s.0., 4 .'

j way the time will come wlun a person chances for victory were bright, bu I officers and these will be covered with Capt. and Mrs. McAllister in charge. I

at the same time he saw the evil ef blue cloths. They are arranged to .r "rJ: SEITH Eft Ibe captain.owen-
I won't dare to walk!: talk, eat, I night I nor fn"U n"1 olI.k '
feet Chapman's editorials would have Meeting every : at S o'clock: and .
drink laush.: sneeze work, rest I represent a United States flag, the officers h. t'.iter:; ill bt "'*|
cry over the state. To inject a little also at 4 p. m. Sunday; Sunday schoolat 1 for oebti contracted -

1 lti or play without first consulting the hope into the cause, he wrote Chapman I I to sit in tho blue "field" of the 2:30::: every Sunday. All are. cordially I crew of said Vctoel.MLii JIOKMUli

law in such cases made and pnnided. a letter, giving a rosy view 01 ; national colors.A invited. IJAAUSitril.., iai
the situation and concluded by saying CuoMgnte. i'"i

How many people there are in this : "Chapman. we are going towin. Great Sensation.

world who are ever ready to impvut After the election you can crow There was a big sensation in Lees- TRAVELING IS DANGEROUS. many other Beautiful Styles of SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SCi.
You must begin crowing now. Put 0 MO N'S.PltOPOiLS.
the motives of other people. We often the picture of a rooster in your paper. : vile! Ind., when W. II. Brown of that Constant motion jars the kidneys, this Season are to be seen at

imagine that those accusers are themselves Make it crow, for victory is ours.' place who was! J1erpd: to (die bad! which are kept in place in the body by I will be rffI't\'I'cj ,I

so narrow minded and, liable Chapman took the advice, and in the II his life saved by ir. King's Xew Discovery delicate attachments. This is the MRS. NORDSTROM'SSpring I i Bureau of Supplies' anil! An-"

next edition there was a cut of a barnyard reason that travelers trainmen i Navy ')el'arl mintVa.itingtoit J ,
streetcar
to be actuated by selfish motives for consuription. Hewrites "I:
f until 12 o'clock noah, April I Iian.1 :
king ('rowing lustily. Toe editorials -
t
I that they are not able to comprehendthe too, had a brighter tone. and I' endured insufferable agonies from men, teamsters and all who drive Millinery Opening, I, publicly opi-tu'd hun ,

fact that there arc people who at the end of the campaign: a larger ,' Asthma but your New Discovery gave very much suffer from kidney diseasein April 1. 2 and 3, I I thereafter to furnish at in "

can see a question apart from what rooster appeared as the sign of vie me immediate relief and soon thereafter some form. Foley's Kidney Cure :, Yard, Pcnsacola, Kla, a qi ,I' :
No. 11 I'.ist Iltfclitlciiciil St.: machine tools( IK>!IS, nv'tnails
and has been
it in use by
tory. partyorgans strengthens the kidneys and cures all
there is in it for themselves per since that time. effected a complete cure. Similar 'I hardware. tools,
t. sonally. cures of Consumption, Pneumonia, form of kidney and bladder disease. lumber, mahogany oak "n.-

CAPT. SWINBURNE'S Bronchitis and Grip are numerous. Geo. E. Hausan, locomotive engineer, G. NERI. brass, tin, iron, feted COH"i '

Since the president has stated in DAUGHTER VERY SICK. It's the peerless Teir.edy for all throat Lime, 0., writes: "Constant vibration pipe pipe fittings; ale a '. -
Blank piopnsals will be turn '
his Chicago speech the square-toed and luns troubles.! Price of'c' and $1. of tho engine caused me a great --- on application to the Navy Y I'

position of the republican party on Captain W. T. Swinburn. of the I Guaranteed by W. A. D'Alemberte, deal of trouble with my kidneys and sacola, Fla., or to the INn i ;

-. the Monroe doctrine, we may expectto Texas was hurridly summoned to I Druggist. 121:: S. Palafox street. Trial I got no relief until I used Foley's Ice Cream Parlors, KENNY, Paymaster General' ,

,
see Jlr. Br'anIr. Carmack and Boston where his daughter is very bottles free. Kidney Cure." W. A. D'Alemberte 3-26-03.; At
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and some others denouncing the demo sick. The captain left for that city 121 South Palafox street. 2.T S. I.al"ru\ Stn-et.- ---
, L- PROPOSALS FOR
--- --- STEAMIXG.
ocrats who subscribe to the same last night and will return soon to rejoin AND CLOUDY "
RAINY .
NEWLY JUice Quartermaster F
/ 1' Tiews as the republicans. They seem his vessel.) It is hoped by his WEATHER PREVAILS.The The teams: arc kept busy at Jacohy's rancas Fla., April, iyot.! : Sf -.

k to hold the idea: that whenever the friends that nothing serious will result today although the store has not been I REFITTED AND FURNISHED.All posals, in triplicate, will\ 1m"i :

S republicans take a stand as favoringa from his laughter's illness. barometric pressure is lowest here until 12 m., April 23 '
formally opened. lIe has
enough ; Kinds of Creams, Ices, Glaces placing Steam
Heating Aj
proposition\ as good and true over Lake Superior; and the shallow to deliver all "
though goods promptly.Try .
complete, in one set officers ',
democrats, must oppose it. Tho STRANDED BARK.A depression noted yesterday over west I Fruits and Cakes. here. V. S. reserves right ri.

democratic party can't afford to adopt ern Texas, is central this morning over I PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIESOR or reject any or all proposal
lead dog. supposed to have died The News' WANT COLUMN. I
any such p'Jlicstili there: are many i Oklahoma. At date of report it wa j part thereof. Information i ,'
last night, was Ij'inrn East Saragosa PARTIES. ;
of the wisest of our citizens, both raining in Oregon, eastern Texas! Ten on application. Envelope-
street opposite Christs church until .SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL. Malllaird's: Candies a Specialty. proposals: should; be emlor '
and democrats, who are the Ohio the lower I
republicans .nessee, valley, OMON'S. I I sals for Steam lIeatin i
utteriy opposed to the Monroe doc noon today. Lake region and in Atlantic coast PHONE 602. I W II COLi, Q. M

trine. They consider it unwise: and __n ___ _______ states north of North Carolina. Generally -- T - -- I I April, fi, 7, 8, 2.J & 2.

meddlesome I cloudy weather has continued in -
I :
100 Doses Gulf states with a few light showerson CONSOLIDATED GROCERY OO.MAIN Hot Chocolate with

Inflations are ein; sent out to I ,I the middle Gulf coast. Changes Whipped Cream, at Solo

distinguished persons throughout the I in temperature have been unimportant OFFICE I i mon's.
For One : BRANCHES:
country requesting them to be at hi I. Dollar but it is generally warmer: except I
C ; Jacksonville. .. . Florida. | Savannah, Tampa, Pensacola.
Louis at the same time the president i in the upper Mississippi valley STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
Economy in medicine must be
.i : is there. That is how it happens we I and extreme western Texas. C. B. Rogers Pres.

; have receUed a beautiful {'ight.1 measured by two things-cost and Observer Bunnemeyer predicts ,

page souvenir booklet containing inelegant ; effect. It cannot be measured by showers this afternoon or tonight; Between Ptrmacola and ;\\lilr"n- ItI

t: print the following message: I. either alone. It is greatest in that Wednesday probably fair; light south PAID CAPITAL, $500,000.00. I Itun Dally Fxcept: humUr

"The honor of the presence of the i medicine that does the most for winds. "

editor of The News is requested at "CITY OF TAMPA.
the money-that radically and per- The Consolidated Grocery Company is successor to the C. B. Rogers Com

the celebration of the One Hundreth I manently cures at the least ex- Special communicationof pany, of Jacksonville; the Florida Grocery Company, of Jacksonville; the uT Milton .... .3riam: Lv J't-De"c'II.?- ::

Annlversay or the acquisition of the I Ecambia Lode, "o 15, branch of the Florida 1rensscola,1am>>: Ar Milton '
grocery Naval Stores
and
Commisison
Louisiana territory to be commemorated pense. That medicine isHood's A F.and A. M., 7:30 p. m., Company, of rare.lIOc; Hound tnp.Ii III
Tu'-rtay. April 7. Jacksonville; the grocery branch of the Mutual Naval Stores Company, of -
by the Dedication of the Louisiana
SarsaparillaIt Work in M. M. decree.Visiting Jacksonville; the grocery branch of the Gulf Naval Stores Company, of
Purchase St. Louia
Exposition
brethren are cor Tampa; the grocery branch of the Gulf Naval Stores Company, of Pen- JEWELER IN HIS

April thirtieth, and May first and purifies and enriches the blood, dially invited. cola; the grocery branch of the West Coast Naval Stores Company, of Pen-

second nineteen hundred and three. I cures pimples, eczema and all HARRY W. GIBBS w.D'U. KESSI.EK.\v. M. sacola; the grocery branch of the Southern Naval Stores Company, of Sa STANDI
David K. Francis. President Louisiana NEW
I eruptions, tired, languid feelings, ecretary vannah.
Purchase .Exposition; Thos. H
loss of appetite and general debility. WE HANDLE EVERYTHING IN HEAVY AND LIGHT GROCERIES
Carter. President Louisiana Purchase ATTENTION, U. C. VI ,

Exposition Commission." That's the i I "I tare ta en Hood's Simpurilla: and GRAIN, DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED GROCERIES. TURPENTINE, TOOLS have moved my jewelry -' ire w

invitation and we hope our less fortunate found it rrliaMe' and givini Pt'rft'it utj f.c- The regular monthly: meeting of ETC. STATE AGENTS FOR THE WHITE HICKORY TURPENTINE I!120 South Pdlafox I forn .r./ ,>ca-
tion. It .. WAGONS. i '. -
ta e away that tired feline tire* '
friends will not feel enUous. Camp Ward U. C. V. will be held this I pied by BaM a.,0.L ., ai!d a''
enerey and pir* the blood in rood rendition." I 4ft
AVe have now only to arrange with our Miss EFFIE OU1N5.E. L'i.5 UtU trett. N. W.. evening at o'clock.. All members are ---- -- -- -- -- I better prepared than ever t< "

friend Governor Jennings for one of Was! nartoD, D. C.Hood's urged to be present.J. C. M. CO I great bargains in diamonJ-.w"*1
ZINCTON I .." !*-
those complimentary commissions Sarsaparilla promises to V,*. FRATER Commander, Jewelry, etc. Call and ee I.t

and everything will be lovely.! I i I cure and keeps tho promise. C. V. THOMPSON.: ..Adjt.o Manager Penaacola Branch. Ii t letmeconvincBFon.J I.I hTEPHE."'' ''''








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THE DAILY NEWSi ".NeAcou.PLURIDA. TUESDAY. APRIL 7. IMS. ? '




of Divinity CREWS OF THEBATTLESHIPS W.O. O'NEAL, President; 200. OOO8. M. E. CLARK Cashier;

!,lRenews Doctor BABIESON N FIRE[ S.J.FOSHEEVicePKiidtnt; JOHN PFEIFPER, Au't CathUr. l .,r


His Life and Prepares AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK j' 1t f.

Continued Ac-
for

Himself Chris- With Itching, Burning, Scaly .I OF PENSACOLA FLA. ".i

tiue Work as a DAILY PRACTICING NOW BEING Humours Designated Depository of the United States.


tian Minister. HELD IN ORDER THAT ALL MAY Condensed Statement at the close of business March 20, 1903.

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RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. ''

COMPETE FOR PRIZES. Find Instant Relief and Loams and Discounts................. ..... 1375,037.63 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... ..., 200000.00 T,

Demand Loans........... ............ .... 83.20300 Surplus ...... .... ...... ,... .... ...... .. .... 2O,0 0.00 ., j tTr ,
Paine's Celery Overdrafts...... ,....................... .... 2,352,93 Undivided Profits...... ....... ,.... .... .... 609.89 1a

Speedy Cure U. 8. Bonds and Premiums......... ...... 213808.87 Circnlation........,.... ...... .... .... ... 125,000.00 r t '
Crews from the battleships are Stocks, securities, etc....... .............. 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid............ ...... ..... .. 54.00 + t 4 t

Compound showing a great deal of interest in the Furniture and Fixtures... ...... .......... 8.718.48 ........... ............ 621,346.81 It. j, J

regatta to be held here a week from In Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Cash and Exchange.............. ......... 283,16630 4 + '

today and some fine work at the oars r

Hi Worlds Ideal Health Builder .is being recorded. The most earnest Ointment Total.......... .... .......... ............. $966,910.20 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ....... .... $966,910.20 i '

the t Blessed Work. competition, as might have been ex' This bank opened for business October 23, l1. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will gin h ;

tits 8 petted, lies between crews of the Texas your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. I ; t''

Tl ,'ands- throng! of:: prominent me use of Christian Paine's and Massachusetts, as a special When All Other Remedies and 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. '3.f : Iit
of has been
r: purse $235 offered for the
r uml. happi.y pursu- the Fail.
: ;\ >mp are. Best Physicians
( best work
on April 15. The Massachusetts -
.._ r pastoral duties and minis-
;: ; .,.th! success to their congre- is on the gulf at present and her

Heart troubles, sleepless- crew, will not have an opportunity to
Instant relief and f i
f' refreshing sleep 1 ;+ !,I
sluggish, and 1m-
'. '.ousness.
: practice until she reaches port again.
t. for skin-tortured babies and rest for .
: ,,,i weak digestion, and varie rI
This will be in the latter of the
'. resulting from over- part tired mothers In warm baths with '

u'' -'udy, worry, and anxiety week, or about triday. Then, it is Cuticurt Soap and gentle anointings S I'll

\' .tiles that drag clergymen supposed the racing crew will lower .with Cntlcura Ointment, the great skin I

.. per sufferings and perils. the racing boat, take up the oars and cure, and purest of emollients, to be 1

shake out their In the followed !In severe cases by mild dosesof
sea joints. )
Cuticura Resolvent fills This I is t 5)@o illlID@ @ llrn
meantime the Texas crew is making o
the purest, sweetest, most speedy, per-
tAY hay while the sun shines," and maybe manent and economical treatment for ei

I seen in their racing boat any fair torturing,disfiguring,itching, burning,
bleeding, scaly crusted and pimply
afternoon skimming over the water at
skin and scalp humours eczemas,
incredible speed. They are as confident rashes and irritations, with loss of i

of winning they say as they are : hair of infants and children,as well as j I

of returning to their ship After! the adults, and is sure to succeed when all >*1
fail. I i
other remedies and physicians
>
f race. Bets are greatly in favor of :
Millions of the world'3 best people -- -- r
{ ? the Texas crew. Cutieura assisted by r'\ .J !'" :
now me Soap, purchase. We propose to have a strong; 'f /
1 4fii r) AHw I It is the railroad's intention to offer Cuticura Ointment, for preserving, .. .1
and the other towns of the
team, oJ
rates for Alabama citizens and purifying and beautifying the skin, { ,) ,. ;
flow i for cleansing the scalp of crusts scales league will have teams equally as i''6i' \ .i I
: 't ;
:1 give them an opportunity to see the and dandruff: and the stopping falling strong. We will give to the peopleof r I't' 11"1

1 speed tests the report is that a hair, for softening; whitening; and Montgomery good and clean ball.: :I.t y I., 1. .1"

number of Montgomery, Mobile and soothing red, rough and sore hands, as \ I-: I J
The old grounds are being fixed up,
of the r'i
I for well as for all the purposes l' !
Selma persons have petitioned and Thousands. and a new grand stand is being built i if ti
K toilet, bath nursery. ,;.. of "
OUf ....
4ij S rates and several hundred sport e 4' r '
t |Ilow of women unhesitatingly recommend to accommodate 1,200 people." i ': ;\ ., i I
ing men will be here and will offer! Cuticura Soap, in the form of baths Warm 'f, I' .II L .j j I
for irritations inflammations: \,,e th er 1 ., oJr ; .L'
large money. Especially is this true, annoying If you are scrofulous, dyspeptic, a : ... It I
and chaflngs, or too free or offensive Clotf4nD l' ,
says the report, of gentlemen from perspiration, In the form of washes for rheumatic, troubled with kidney com- ..

.Mobile. It is understood that an excursion ulcerative weaknesses, and for many plaint, general debility, lacking 1S riOW Sicilian: j,, .
Mobile and sanative, which re jy. ttP. .- will be put on at antiseptic purposes strength, take Hood's Sarsaparilla.: ':
the battleship Alabama will again entertain readily suggest themselves. The sale An ( Coats'. : !I-I: : t !
of Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Pillsis '
s. G. A. FIELDS D. n. several hundred visitors from greater than the combined sale of the Try The News.. _Want, .Column. Asscrt- .".".'d' t J< 'I: 1'J 4. i
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- I that near by city.A world's product of other skin remedies. -' -- men. 1 Vests. : ,J 1\ \,

iy 1'aiue's ('('Iert Compound is I letter from Birmingham states Sold in every part of the world. B. H. FAIRCHILD consisting F' ._ ., it.+ 1

home medicine of all wise ands that "we want to come in large numbers f' Styles 't'p'. I' j. t' to '/' 'f
lent tkTp>men. A vast number UPD.Ox..STERER f j rr"
them owe their lives and present) but the distance is too great to leading him by the hand, probably Crash, Correct, 4, '1f; t I

- '.1 health to Dr. 1'heljis'unld re- I walk and the transportation companies fatally injured by a rapidly moving 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. Linen, .:..; 7 \1 j'I lr ,
Quality .
: ned! prescription that "makes sick will not put on a special.! From Wentworth avenue car as they were ,....oet Work and Refinishing Furniture a Flannel :.1' r .}141
.' well." The Itev. Dr. S. (!. A. iI 1 'iI.I. I
and andPrices f '
this it would that the knowledgeof .I,
seem "
crossing Twenty-fourth street Sunday Specialtf. fitHi,
t Crescent, Oklahoma, says- 1 11
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nk you most sincerely far the '| the races is widespread. night. The children were on their _JPlxorxeAOG.._ HomeSpun F It, : t :

benefits I derived from the | Last night members of the racing way to a prayer service at the Burr c +1 .' I t" 'fa..

,,'Ir I'ainc's Celery Com pOIi nd.I I' crew from the Texas were at Lindenstruth's Mission chapel. A meeting of the Carnival Association Coats and fi Always.I. : -' !" i .1 'j

,, is'ss of heart is gone trouble my banished sleep I, window and had a good look Following the accident, Herbert will be held at the Chamber of Trousers.JOS.. a' : Right. ::;. ',, 'i :.,::11 :i II III

-. appetite, and digestion I at the prize cups on exhibition there. Sanford 'and G. W. Lindblcd, the mo- Commerce rooms on Tuesday eveningat \, '; !j/'i\I; ',' I. '4 .
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iiiion, and! my strength I Men from the Illinois were also spectators toman and conuuctor, were guarded 8 p. m. for the purpose of electing :' 'j I
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J.il; }', All this blessed and thought the cup would be 'a Hoard of Directors. A full attendance g'1
by the police from a clamorous crowd! .
IfL'T : !
(.poinplKho'd nmjiuupd. by your I carried: away by the Texas men. who demanded that they be lynched.'I' is desired. ; :, r X> 1 .i:

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I Mobile people are taking great interest Afterward both men were released. WALKCR INGRAIIAM, I, !% 't :t- J I

1Ili I in the regatta. The Item ofyesterday AC2t President. f; >: .t.rti't J
TEAM
STRONG
hid the following: 1 ,1
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HIS rt HAD MIND Masse- FOR MONTGOMERY. COLEMAN
I The crews of the battleship ; .,)
chuscits and Texas will have a grand ; ., 1..d:
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Montojnnery: Journal.) F 't1
THE ENGINE RUNSPITIFIL race on the 15th of this month. The i! 4

Texas is working hard to win the Representatives from various cities I A, J $: ( :: : : 'I i EI
CLOTHIER:4.:4.
met here yesterday afternoon and lastniht { 'tl' tjl
-- prize and the crew is training daily, : and organized the Interstate p '

while the Massachusetts will use the 212 South Palafox( ,*?*,." Poiisarola, Florida. ,' tt' ?; '" I
STORY OF THE DRIVER
Loagvie. The following officers were I
Alabama's racing boat, which is a --yam. -- /:;;,"t' '11- J ,(
elected: "" ,
V.HOSE ENGINE WAS IN COLLI- model among racers. The crew of tUNITED Lah ,,4 .1: f'tt, t
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Robert Tyler Goodwyn, president. Ii 4 ".i" r.
the Alabama have a good reputationin Opal.. : vI. ;
S ON W'TH' TROLLY CAR ATE Yancy Lovelace of Brl.'wton'icepres- ; !.' .. t
racing, they ha'e'on in a race } !f \ '
ident. Mr. Pitts, of Pensaeola, secretary I : J
\'. ArK.: r,. j. with Massachusetts on Christmas : ;( 'l

at Trinidad, and having won in a.. and treasurer. I : I n, j''J'' i tf.-", 'I
day .
: 11: 'I ,
towns in the { '
There will be six : Ii I'' '. '
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with the Kearsarge on January '
race + 1
of the towns remains to 'I- i J:
league, one : \ \ I I i: r'l ,
I. April C.-Oscar Bari' at Culebra. t
,
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of four towns.
be selected from a list .I .. .
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t lr'r whose train + .Jt '. t.1 'I
The five towns in the league are: i: .
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t, .. ::1 uh the trolly car on CHICAGO CROWD t 'm'i' f.
THEM." Montgomery, Selma, Pensacola, Mobile i J'
., CRIED "LYNCH ,
Mline in this city on : ,tr
and Brewton. i' '

I .. ':''i,:and the: result thirty that persons nine When Motorman and Conductor Ran The Interstate League Associationwill .1, /. Bon Bons and Chocolates.tl,1;; : :; : :

Over Two Children. meet here in two weeks to selecta ; ,
'J i
\ .I I recovered physical Chicago, April 6.-Walter Krueger, board of directors and transact further + : Plan:! DKLICIUI'S: t I' :. .I ttr'
: 'i N gone at least tem # 1
killed, and
S years old, was instantly business. : fi

: ----- -- -- --- Biirnett, the manager of the Montgomery i 4 W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, & .J if 'i
t I. about his engine and t
team has just returned from $if
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uiiiulates; imaginary Louisville where he procured five ball Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St. i.t\,1. ; [ ; :

\ ,'r i > and tE'stln'alvE's.. A Great Agency players. Mr. Burnett will have: three 't.! f I 4i.'(. .t

'::I'.ttion he has had tq from SHIRT Jc.'CQUAR CO.SOLD t't ', ':
four more players to come ff
or 'I .
:M, the place in the hos Cincinnati, St Louis: and Atlanta. : f.f.li '1
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DR H. MOCK
.\ siren: him when he We Have Secured Control for The Interstate League will open up J. t J

'Irv.' This is the one This City of the Fulton Compounds Montgomery on the 27th, 2Mh and BY } \ wj l 1

r by patients, for ittance the Only Things Knownto 20th of April. )lr. Tiffiberlake, the .1I-.1II. ;


',.Lis'!,' would in High arouse street.In Diseases Medicine in Both That the Cure Primary Kidney owner"\Ye of have the sent Montgomery off to the clr.b best, said mar-: D. & I i. mm DENTIST. gt :tf j

1 -; mind lie kept on anJ Secondary: Stages. kets and have procured the very lost: ,

\ \<>r.Ml .entrance the first baseball mateiial that money could Next Door to First National Bank. 28% S. Palafox Street, I Old Armory Building.

The kidneys are not sensitive' and the fllsmsaIs --
,
r's eye rested oni sometimes f.listened and already chromo ...- -- - CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY ti't'; : ? 1

of the window wasM.ehael. v lib the very llrst symptoms. If It has Lung ss :,'an1
...
: It is in col- on right to ton months it Is surely chronic In ,.; II"'S. .\CO I..\, }.'I..\. .. .;:.i:1L1': ;: If- .(,
,. cliUrca.-ta why ukechaacebtVhj not take at lf{ < K
cloak has a SPECIALTIES
The
r
trtt the' only thins: known that cures Udcrv s LENTEN tit 7Hudgins'
11 was this color that cls'a.e In the cbrumo its well as the primary
'I BU.'ti. Tilt felt cage cited below, by permi,. -.\. '- Lumber. new style label for his Scent
"career. He imagined, null U especially valuable,tor I.s incurability I
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2x3 scantling; $3 per thousand.3x3 cigar will interest you. ( .l.l'i
t> consulting ,
continued i hyMcan
doubly y
was>
a danger signal. I ted utter recovery under the Fulton CuuipuULilsltd CAHN & CO'S. scantling, $o per thousand. j+
___ .SOL .. 11 e'
recovery was also doubly attested. .. Other items in proportion. Call and Try Gunther's Candies at i 't f
t
It E on May l.t, lf.fi, the sun of K. C. Pell tbemau."r .
see us.M6Imo.
"' \ THE of the 1'ucitle Cmst Biscuit Company Solomon's.
t { f rtl
LUMBER CO.
BEEKMAN
ol Buvouii lOW Fulsom street San Fraaclsco. ;
CHINESE REBELLION. was declared by the tamely phy lcian to have BI.o.\T. MACKEUEI GREEN TVHTLK MEET --- ----- r (
chrome klduey disease and Incurable. Another ,,'SHELL CRABS, LfjTeIlesKahn

a white seaman from physician diagnosis. was Tne whole called body In and was confirmed atollen'Fttbdropsy tM RONFI.E4S COUFlsH CODKI.H! FISH KOEVAHMOUTH Good Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per
NI1KKD \\\r\ {
.> i-- in the mayor's court aud a fatal termination looked for. The BLOATED. KIl'PKKEU HERRING: thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. I Company
Fulton Compounds were then turned to as the ,
f.>r being drunk but wasunpunished only hope. On September 15 the dropsy had IUNSV FISH.
and the boy was well and after IVIIILFL&LEASDRETAIL & %; -
disappeared The News' WANT COLUMN. w ,
"i after hisi' the physician declared therecovery Generally Kept in a First-Class Grocery. PHONE 178. Try y
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And Everything
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and Mr.Fell written
complete gav a
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ln'on i hoard. Smith ex
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GROCERS.Headquarters
be now bas. -- T
i '''r. was in the Chinese re..et Judge G.A. Cabaniss, the Police Judge of Sao --- -- a
Francisco, also attests the recovery, under his -
', when in that part of own observation of a friend of his who also' < -- --- ---- -- --- E. W. PEAKE, .5 _
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recovered when the case (chronic Urtght't Disease - -- -- 4 ;
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: had been stricken with of the kidneys) was well known to be incurable Electrical contractor and builder, for ;- :7
l '. MT, from which he had according to all medical authorities.Up WEARE EYE EXPERTS. will do your electrical work in first-;
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to the advent of the Fnltou Compound! !i
."i I fully. He did not de- medicine knew nothing that would cure kidney class style and at reasonable rat iI. Fancy and Staple Groceries. ; ,, .
About We lucceed in restoring Perfect Sight
troubles after they became chronic.
>"nvrs; had supposed he nine-tenths of all raxes are now curable, even anti Removing: Eyestrain, because we He can be found at 30 South Palafox
dreaded bare ourselves with the Best 203. -. ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE./ +
Phone
11 of but alter they Have developed into the equipped street.
influence liquor
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chronic forms of Bright' Disease and diabetes Modern App'ancrs wbtcbwith our expert FANCY GOODS. a ; 't t
"> ". r of Ions ago had tan No statements are published or invited' except knowledge and experience Insures
rum chronic cases that, liko the above, are incurable t' hUeCl'.s. WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS Y
him last night, The by all other known medicines If your
.,I Smith's sentence.OCNCEMENT. kidney trouble is recent Fulton's Renal Compound ..,. CONSOLATION: FIIEKTHEO.BELLAMORE: FOR WEST FLORIDA FOR THE 4 .g
will cure it quickly. If It Is of over eight CELEBRATEDCafe d
to ten months! > standing it is the only thing
known that "U1 save, life. John J. Fulton ,
your I du Mode Coffee Home
A', \ I Co +.., Washington street, ban Francisco. *':e Virg Sweet
comtxmnders Fulton's Renal Compound: for KETRACT1SO OPTICIAN" Molasses, Illmi and Climax Flour, '
;
i' i unre< myself as\ Bright1* and Kidney DUeascs.*1: for DiabetesItVi
( 't'iv Marshal at the Free HU..1 IT*?* made for par.enU. Send Orndaate of Parts, (France) and Phlladelpais. > Baylels Delicatessen, German-Ameri ;

\ beers! to be held on for pamphlet.k uy. ct we uo exclusiw u.ents 11uia ji thtie p hotogl aphc9' can Food Company's Canned Meats, .{ x,

:t'.,1 respectfully solicit
HANNAH BROS., OLD ARMORY BUILDING. 204 S. Palafox Street. Etc., Etc.
tl!: qualified voters of 28Z; SOUTH PALAFOX ST., ;=
l'' THOMAS F. \EE. Agents for-.Pensacola, Fla. ,d ,

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THE DAILY NEWS: PCN8ACOLA. FLORIDA TUESDAY. APRIL 7,18O1,

.
i a
zkyv gM/ .-
party baa not been found. Smith wasa --

boarder at ths house" at the time
THE MEN AND WOMEN
and the odcers hope to prove him and,

Asbley as the ones who stole that

t money and property. Who Enjoy the Choicest Products
When Smith was arrested yesterdaythe

ra officers found a gold watch in his cf the World's Commerce. ul

::1 iJ Vr t.w pocket. He said he had won it in a

{ ; 1 game: of cards at DeFuniak, but the Universally
Knowledge of What la Beat More Im-
time-piece answered minutely tne description -
portaut Than Wealth Without -
of one which had been sto- It. Accepted

len ten days ago from Sergeant J. R.

Withers of the Marine corps on the It must te: apparent to every one that as
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n' .NI battleship Illinois.! Besides reporting qualities of the h.ghest order are necessary
--.. to enable the best cf the product of ; The
J the theft to the police, the Sergeanthad
modern commerce to attaIn permanentlyto : ,
tJ1r advertised for it in The News, universal acceptance. However loudly .

and had placed in the notice a detailed heraUed. they may not tope fork orlcf-w Ue Best
preeminence unless they meet with the .f,. Y .,ft re
description of his property. He was ",
general approval not of Individuals only, f
in court this morning and identified it, but of the many who have the happy ...- Familu Y v.

I one peculiar mark on same being an faculty of selecting enjoying and learn- :<
ing the real worth of the choicest prod- f
excellently executed Sergeant -
monogram.
ucts. Their commendation consequently, "
Withers was desirous of procuring becomes Important to others since: to <

4! his watch as it had been a present meet the requirements of the well Informed -
1. of all countries the method of
____ to him from his brother. manufacture must be cf' the most perfect -

Some stolen articles were found at order and the combination: the most

15..,.+f* 1c :Myrtle Grove. The negroes had car. excellent of Its kind. The above Is true tk.j .
not of food products only but is e"pc-
them there to elude the lynx-eyed
ried dally applicable to medicinal agents and
r city detective. The thieves talked after nearly a quarter of a century of SYRUP OF

: too much and the things were found. growth and general; use the' excellent j
remedy. Syrup of Pigs: is everywhere
c 1- .. This morning at 2 o'clock while the accepted throughout the world, as the rd.1
.1.tJ. .:' officers were looking for a suspected best of family: laxatives. Its quality: is is
/ ,'. ..a";..i't' due not only, to the excellence 01 the .
\'t; .. party they saw a smartly-dressed ne
L. 7:' combination of the laxative; and carnnative -
Recommended
'I'1z.t gro named Albert McGriff on Romana print-pies of plants! known to act bu

th'J"r '.:;" ::.w.- ''p7t rsI ....... street. :McGril: : resembled the party most K-nef.i.-'any! en the system and presented ...
......: .t.-..... J< in the form of a pleasant ur.J refreshing -
l' .- "i I wanted somewhat" and he was called.!
., '...1.:1.1!'" ''I .".f W'i : liquid: but also to the method
:1.1''r1'1' .. I JHe did not stop, however, even when cf manufacture of the California: rig li. Manu Millions '

I told the men behind him were officers. Syrup Co.. which ensures that uli.orml. 4 t, i
.j; ty and< purity essential In a nnuJy intended i
lIrs.Veisslitz of the
Ger-
president He was hauled out of the place he had for fam.ly u=e. Ark any phyj-i- of -

entered and sent down for opposingan dan who is:: well informed and he will
manVomans' Club of Buffalo, N. Y., after officer In the discharge of his duty answer at once that it is an excellent : i
laxative. If at all eminent: In his pro- The Well-Informed
for ; for which he was fined $10 this fession and has:: made :
doctoring two was finally curedof a special study of
years,
morning. laxatives and their effects upon the system -
he will tell you that It is the best
her
kidney trouble by the use of of family laxatives, because it Is simple Throughout the World- r r

IN MEMORY OFJOHN and wholesome and cleanses and
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable! Compound. sweetens the system effectually, whena
laxative is needed without any unpleasant -
Of all the diseases known with which the female organism is afflicted, after-effects. Every well-In- Manufactured bu .

kidney disease is the most fatal. In fact unless prompt and correct treatment EACAN formed druggist! of reputable standing

is applied, the weary patient seldom survives .* knows that Syrup of Firs is an excel-
l win; fully aware of tli,;, Mrs Pinkham, early in her career, gave exhaustive : :- lent laxative and is glad to sell It, at
study to the subject, end in producing her great remedy for woman's When the circuit court opened at 10 the regular price of fifty cents per bottle -
ills-L"dJ'I'ltjnkhaIH's Vegetable l'omfouncl-wascareful to see o'clock this morning, in pursuance to because it gives general satisfaction ALIQR I ISYRUPt
that it contained the correct combination of herbs which was sure to control a rule adopted 'ast evening, a set of but one should remember that in :
that dreaded dibea i >c, woman's kidney troubles. The Vegetable Compoundacts touching resolutions on the death of order to get the beneficial effects of
in harmony with the tars that govern the entire female system, and Syrup of Figs it is necessary to buy the
while there arc many so called remedies for kidney troubles, Lydia E. the late Hon. John Eagan was presented genuine which is sold in original pack-
y I'inkhaiu's Vegetable Compound Is the only one especially prepared in open court, and several membersof ages only: the name of the remedy- San Francisco Cal.
for \rcmvn. the bar delivered short eulogieson Syrup of Figs and also the full name of Louisville Ky. New YorK, N. Y.
the Company-California Fig Syrup Co.

Road What Mrs. Weisslitz Says. the deceased. Those who spoke printed on the front of every package. FOIl SALE BTM.L LEJLDIXG DEVGG1STS. PZICE FIFTY CESIS PEE EOTTL3

15 "DEAR silo ;. PIVKH.VM :-For two years: my life was simply a burly were lions. John C. Avery, William

ilen, I MitiVred so with fenule troubles, and pains across my back and Fisbcr. J. J. Sullivan, R. P. Reese and n _
(1 loin Tiwdiictor toH tie that I had! kidney troubles and presented
Samuel Pasco. CURED OF .
RHEUMATISM.For
R# f,.; nit!. Fur three iiv-nths I took his medicines but steadily Immediately following SAMUEL
grew F CHARLES
the adoption of the resolutions the the benefit of suffering humanity ,
liisbaii'l
wor" e. qty thui! a-lvisnl me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's
VfS"t.lhc Comimum! a:11111l'I.IUht home court adjourned until 10 a. in. tomorrow I desire to state that I suffered se- ., Ii
a bottle. It is the greatest
1 Llcwng ever brought to fief home. Within three months I was a:1:11.1 out of respect to the memory of ierelyuth Muscular and Sciatic n BOOT AND SHOE ,MAKER,

.# v>: : v.- .:' ;'1. ily p ill had disappeared, my complexion became lr. Uagaa. The resolutions in full RheumatIsm for live years. During f-

ij dear, myi-y I ; bright: an-l 1111' eltire !system in goud shape."-MRS. PAULA are as follows: that time I tried various remedies as REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

I J AVEissUTz": 17i( Seneca *t., JJuffalu, X. Y. "During the past eighteen or twenty well as the prescription of several P.i.i 1J Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes,: Leather: Flndiu;".

Proof tint! Uhry Trail! run: If (,:!:rJ ly hdia E. Mkra's: YrgetaMe: Compound. years the Bar of Hscambia county has physicians, which afforded me very PI10M-: : 51!. COT SOl'TH PAfAKOX STUKKf.

nr"I: Irs. PI.K\I-I fret very thankful to you for the good enjoyed the fellowship and kindly influence little, if any, relief. The pain In my -

' l your nu'dit'.n; : ,' ha' d" : t mI' I had doctored for rears and was steadily of our now deceased brother,, back, hips and legs was agonizing

gntwiv.nr",'. I hall trmHo with my kidneys, and two doctors told John Eagan. We feel the loss, which almost unbearable. I could hardly J. E. DUBUISSOX fe9 BROTHER,
l1'tie I hd Dri-It's; : di'eaaL.o had falling of the womb and could not
we have sustained through his death, walk and thought I would be obligedto OllXKU 'f.um.GOs.1) IVTKMIKNCIA
4't; walk block, at a time. jyllttk; awl head ached all the ti1ll<',alld I was keenly and STiI1C re,
contemplate the vacant abandon all business. A friend of
S) ner\'otH I (coil l Hilt skip ; had h.i teria and fainting SIIeI1.", was tired Dealers in
r; all the tin h-i-1 suth place left among us with sorrow. His mine advised me to try Uricsol,
ia
a }).11:1 my left side that I could hardly stand:;
at times ukhout putting my f.xt something. death is a personal affliction to every which I did reluctantly, and greatly to t$ Choice Staple and Family Groceries *$

"I doetorcd with several g.Kxl doctors,but they did not help me any. member of this bar and officer of this my surprise one bottle cured me ,

F I'r I took, in all, twehe liottks of Lydia II. IMnklium's Vegetable Compound court; sound and well. I cheerfully recom- Oar Good are Received Fresh Daily. They are ton many to enumerate,

live boxes of Liter fill, and rued three packages of Sanative Therefore, as a memorial to JohnEasan's mend it to all who suffer as I did. and are Warranted to be the Best the Market Atfordi and can be
;, Wash, and f'ellike a new and Relit on. We can Duplicate any Order Given us During the
woin.iican eat sleep well do all
my own worth and virtues, be it It is also a'ery fine tonic. It increases -
and will Deliver Free I'art
work, and can walk two miles without feeling over tir& 1. The odors Holidays to any of the City.
tell Resolved, 1. That, in his death the the appetite aids digestion
E me tint my kidneys.ue all right now. I am .so happy to be well, COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION
:-4,1 and I feel that I owe it all to jour m'didl1l.Ins. UI-AL Tr.O\G, liar of the county, and of the whole: I and finally builds up the general

i tat Dalton, )lass. tJIrs state has lost one of its best" most : health. You can use this as you P.O. Box326. j E. Dubu/sson & Bro.,

IM'ikliam Iii\ Hf'( > all sick women to write her for advice. esteemed and best loved members; I think best. Very truly, PHONE 66.

i; i:, She hits guided IhtlU'IIt1h ti Itllth.,1111'o>w Lynn, 3I:c,. 2. That the contemplation of his: W. B. DeLEAClI. 'Pn.u.1i"y.- Grocor.-..

rl if career aad the virtues, which in that all: Auburn A\e., Atlanta. Ga.
n FORFEIT "e nmut f'lrt'iwith prolnw tlu>onzinUK-tt<>rs.viilspatnrc9of! I
i is S5 U fj i 0 ..!Ju,,, .t.luolliI: hica alt I'f'ive Ihi-ir ntiwilutei"iiPie. ''i. career were exemplified, will: serve as Nov. Cth, 1002.
l.j.lla 1_ PiukLam Mtdiiii.e {:o., Ljnn. Man.. .A. M waA
\ I a wholesome example and encouragement Druggist sell it at $1.00 per bottle. very

-, to those who have known him Send stamps for books or particulars

in the past, and the members of the to the Uricsol Chemical Co., Los (SUCCESSOR TO AVERYVOOLFOLKJ
h:rigs and ..in teis arrested he
g OFFICERSGATlIER I profession: who shall come after us; Angelos, Cal., or Atlanta, Ga. IMPORTER JkND JOBBER OF

t i i implicated Brow The pair then detailed :. la Ms wcr!;:: at:: the bar:: he proved For sale by

, | : to the orace-s how they had himself! good lawyer, a wise counsel SIDNEY ('.\11 X. HARDWARE.

c ( j, with the aid of a hatchet, entered the Ii for and a zealous advocate;

i j rear door of the store end had Leaped 4. As a citizen he was alvasalh: Try The News, 10 cents: per week, Iron, Xail3. Axes, Shovf U r!-iw Mill and Ktpainlv

t, !themselves to the stolen g:>ols., The I to the needs of the people, and quick -_..__._---- .. Supplied, Cooking and H< 't.;,' Stove1'dint, Oil

IN THIEVES I I .,ore keepers thought; the negroes had to do his: duty, though! involving per Window Glass Guns Pitta. and Fi'hinfr Tackle

secreted themselves: in the store. when onil sacri..ce on his part; CHOICESTOF Agate and Tinware ana (II wsefiirnislmig Q')0i) !>.

!'ame was closed fjr the night. 5. In his domc-t.c relation, and in
il DrAGENH FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY"1Revere
Katie: Grass is arrested on a chargeof character of association with
every

Unless very strong oxidonee now inhard 1 receiving the stolen groceries 'All his fellows, he vas: beyond reproach f FRUIT8 AND" COIFEC1IONERi ij [ Whs Co.Giant, Liftin rttitched& Rand Belting Powder, Northampton Co., Johnson's Emery Kil-

j is, shaken therei'l'1 soon he five were found at her house but she and an exponent of the kindlier virtues somine. Iron King and Back Stoves and Ranges Wm
i disclaimed all knowledge of knowing Cones & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury'n
candidates for the penitentiary fronithis ; Made Railroad Colors
how -ATC..POSTLE'S-
the
had
things Rotten to her
C. The C.rirt is rtquerted to order
1 i city, and some daring schemes at.home. She was greatly surprised Masonic Temple 3ft Ponsacola, FIf[
S ..
stealing \viil be related in court who i when the officers walked ia and requested minutes .
i
the cases come up for trial. I the goods. Her denial of their thereof in ihe local papers, and to H 1 East Government si TIME TABLE.
The five thismornins presence in her house largely contribjjutei ,
negroes were
as ( :lug\'ous; and stisiiicio-is, I to her arrest. Court, to the fatiily of our deceased For orly Cordova Restaurant titan LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROdD'

characters but in tae II.IJM> of secunnq A:: I Mattie Coleman and Anderson Ash.
brother. One car-load of Pineapples it 11.71 IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1,11101
additional evidence both for the Icy are relatives. The woman conducts
r Jsecutiun ,
I W. A. BLOrXT, to $2.00 per dozen.
and defense tho cases were I a restaurart and boarding house on J.NO. C. VERY. Now Orleans and Mobilo.
- ------ -- -
continued until tomorrow morning. I I Tarragona street and at least two cas Wm. FISHER, ----

The names on the police court docket cs of robbery have occurred there. A NEW SCHEDULE.OF so.e. 50.4. No.2. lco.L No.1. No I
Committee. 1:15 a 12:1fim ii:06 p Lea.ePAn.acolaArrl.e II:!" a .:1') p 9u0p
this morning were Mattie Coleman,..: tew days ago a boarder named Miley 8:1iU a 2:11 p III' a LPave.... 'Iomatoll_ Leave 2:11. a 2:50 p 1i&: ,
11:00 : 2:5ia: u.aveMoblhlL"ave "
a :t.p 1lIIn'II1:16n D. P
Anderson AshIer'ill'' Smith, Katie! was relieved of $l1; and this fact was STEAMSHIP IRENE ............. "::!Iip 7:50s Leave..Newt+rleena-Leave 4lp'p' 1:.5a __.:::.
Crass and Gus Bro n. Some of them,, I reported to the officers. The latter obtained -
STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ
GAVE BOND TODAY. North.
In the hope of getting free, have cither a clue that Ashley knew a lot ,

confessed or told what the othersdid. i I about this transaction and last night The Sweedish steamship Irene, J. N. ROGERS, Manager. -

,' started to hunt him lIe found which was in collision with the British So t. No .. No.1 No. 4
By further pressing them, the up. was Leave
Freeport Monday and lIfJ5pm I 12:15pm Leave...... acolaArrln ':oopm 6ooalD:
I officers have secured evidence thaw t 'sleeping innocently at the boardinghouse steamship Mortlake at Muscogee Thursday morning.; 8n a m 8:51 pm Arrive.. Montgomery _Leave 11:15 a m 5:51 p13lia9am
9t$ pmrrlve_ lrmtDgbam _Lean 8:82am 4:56p15
Ill be used in court tomorrow. The! and was placed under arrest wharf Sunday, gave bond today and Arrive at Pensacola Monday and 7u5 p m I .:10 a m Arrtve..Navbnlle _Leave ......_ _
c Thursday night, 2WI am' 8:13 a m ArrIve _.Loal.vtlleLeave 1:15\ 2:45 115
:
: m
p
officers hate also; rccjvcre: l a lot oi f t Mattie Coleman rushed out to secured is now free to proceed to sea. The Leave Pen .1cfla Tuesday and 7:20am 11:59am Arrive _ClnClncaULe m' 8:()) pm 11:16pm

stolen grads, including watches an l his release by getting his bond signed Mortlake sailed this morning for Tain- Friday night. 7::!) am lOOpm Arrl.8..l4t.Loul..Le..e :15pm ":M, _

groceries. Various sums of mon('5but before she had returned Ashley pico and it is stated that a settlement Arrive at Freeport Wednesdayand PENSACOLA. AND RIVER JUNCTION.

have been stolen but there has beet l had confessed to having taken the between the vessels will be effected Saturday morning -
No i-Datly, l'i'o.' I-Datly No atop serve time aol .bown No. 21-LaU
very little coin recovered. la fact a s cash and giving it to her. Sne finally without either of the vessels resortingto 1 2Dailyro i '

much as $U 0 is thought to be the total put in her appearance and Officer Ben a law suit. MEN AND WOMEN 11:611 pm ':00 a m LenePen.aeola.A.rrln 10:1\0\ pm 8.210 II..III
l:16 D1gbl'' ':IS obem1a_ 10:1'7" I ':(JIJ
amount stolen, but recjverins cashis jami:!. upon information of the other This morning Captain Kryger and rREs r..litafonoaaterai 12:20 I Tale Ynleatra II 10U II 8:01 II
hId.14.a dbetargninatmmatmu+. 12:25 II Tale _ElCambla_ 10:12" I 6:61"
one of the most difficult of things. j i two officers, placed her under arrest Messrs. Langford and Sweeney, acting rt."tet.n.Gw..r.4 IrriUtloDi or nlcentlontof 12:115 ':16 Molal __ It 10:. I 6:16 .'
The officres who worked u? the cases lor the part she is alleged to have as a board of survey for the underwriters h +'t ayl.. mucous, and m.mbrtoM.rtinlew not aitnn Ills "" I f:28 "" "" ___ Harp II loll I 6:60
tvuslhfrc5C8. II\O\ ':115 _G'ltClty_ II 10:16 6:11 :
are IVputy Marshal Sanlers and taken in the program. She stoutly denies made an examination of as lintaid put or hi poitoaom.or Dragglete, 12:118: It TBV __ M.ilton It 10:10 6JIeO :
II tat "
am. -ood Ran,, __
Special Officer Ray. They have any complicity at all in the proceeding the Mortlake and thought that .t1): :! [.LL Mat ia flam. wrapper. 1:611" 8:11 Nolte. ., 6i6: 4:56 "
If prepaid, luttl
working: up the thieveries since ($1500) would cover damage and de- .W.apr.x orlbottlrt(2T>. 2:90 8:10 "" Mlnilgaa.-_ '.. 6,20 .:11 II"
Circular Mat .a leqiwrt. 2:31" 8:18 CreUT1'w .:11 ':!AI
first occurrence, and it was after 1I I The other robbins which has been murrage. Mr. Creary and Captain Major 1:00" 8:63: veer Land 1:66 IM It II
1:21" .:It stout Head 8.0 sae
o'<'! <'k this morning before they reported at the same place was that of the Inchkeith thought the dam CMICHCSTCM'tt ENGLISHARt ':01" I:. ..DeFunlak15prtllll. 8:11 J.t' w
rounded up the last suspect. of three from the who would amount to ':18 II II:" A.r.yle_ It ,:" 1:11
negroes country considerable II
age II
I r ENNYROY"ALPILLS ':.0' ':57 _Ponce de LeoILIt ':211" till
Will Smith and Gus Brown are alleged had taken rooms there for the nIght. above that, and fixed on 1200: or 1:00 II 10:10 ___Welt1'lUe__ fIf" 165 "II
i SATE. a. 44fe..erxtl 1:08" 10U __ CaryylUe_ It ':12 to 1:611: .
to have entered the store of While they slept the sum of ?:59 was 6000. Rather than let the matter get icaaHiwEiK! "GLISll 1,111" 10:110 a' .-Bonltal.- 1:66" I 1:1.: .
I i la .,. .... ..
Carlson & Lind last Thursday night stolen from them together with a lot into court the matter was ended there .,,a..nbboe.KfcU .d Take.1..110....the. ftJooe.sal 1:00 It 107 _Cblple_ It ':If" 11"
II I
l515
I !% a n..c..... ".6.Mt.e.i .. iii I.'... feIIO" 11:07 _CoUondal'_ Ise n20&
when $15 in money and groceries, cigars lof whiskey and other things. Several and the Irene was compelled to give ttwa a.,at,.../I....." or....k .. 7:00 II 114 ....MartaDlla II 8:00 It 13:.'
...... .. raPII..I..T...'....lalou4" T10 It 1It6 It _CIpre5_ It 1:18" 11: '"S
and cakes were stolen. Smith had arrests on suspicion have been .made bond for: $12,00.> It is probable that \ Hell'r.'a..dl**" ""*""..' *. ':tI) lItI2.. -.Grand 1:32" lI:i ,
: F Ridge-
I I ::. ..II. ,. WIN i_......... 5.d., .. )
.atn.g.v 17.8" 12:" noon _._ 8neadl...... It Dn" IOJ
been suspected of a number of bur; for this affair but U seems the right there will be no further proceedings. ..... /11de.trlle.edf.-.. ID.JJ II
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THE DAILY,.NEW8., PIN8ACOLA: P .ORID'A, TUESDAY. APRIL 7.1903'dianeDistillerOwensboro.Kenluchy.


.
,-- .-s+xa-rrt ef

] .?Y i. ,' $booo Per THE TIPPING NUISANCE. REMARKABLE- CURES

(ft I .....i..p. \ .... VOTE IN OHIO ; DayThis
--::::;:-_.-. ,"," )NUT People la England Can't Afford Are Being Made Daily Free of Chargeby
.
,:', ,j. is the to Vlult Their I'rl..uda.In the Red Cross Physicians, Who '
average sum paid these lavish tees: "tippics" bag
-
;
f:1 ... Are Located at 111 West Chase .
,. ,
IS HEAVY advanced like most other forms of personal
daily to policy-holders by The Street-Services for Three Months ,
.. -I. : expenditures, and it has now
,:'\ .,.' .; C Mutual Life Insurance Com reached such a height that many people Are Given Free to All Invalids Who d

cannot afford to visiimte.r2ven tr;( 1I13. Call Upon Them Before April 21.

THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF 'RE. of New York. the footman and the chall1 xr- a
iI pany Multiplythat
: A staff of eminent physicians! and ,
maid now expect their hands to be
SULT, HOWEVER t surgeons from the.Red Cross Medical J
WILL BE DELAYED
by a and the wonderof with and for week end
year crossed gold, a Institute have at the urgent solicita- t
visit a man who does not wish to be j 1 tion of "
_FRAUDULENT REGIS the a large number of patients under
amount when i i
disappears considered mean by the servants hal their care in this country, established 1 :

,7 'sr's rr."l TRATION. -- _ you learn how and where the will have scarcely anything left out of a permanent branch of the institute

a ten pound note. in this city at 111 West Chase

4rt largest accumulation of trust There is a tory told of a young \'ioInist street. '
The eminent gentlemen have decided
-
since become famous who was I
Cincinnati, 0., April 6.-The municipal funds in the world is invested, Invited to stay a few days at a certain I to give their sen ices entirely free : '. t rl
for three months medicine j '
elections in Ohio today are the ducal mansion with a view of course to ( excepted ; r
as shown in "A Banker's Will." to all hnalids woo call upon them for t11
first under a new code recently enacted the entertainment of his fellow guests. it
I treatment between now and April 21sL f
As he was: ignorant of our social customs +
the There'are These
by Legislature. no This book is sent on request. services consist not only of consultations
the fact that his contained
j'i officers that hold over and the win- purse '. examination and advice but U
little more than his return fare did not .
also of minor surgical operations. The 4
? ners today will. control all the municipal This first Company-ID Atstti.rank deter him from accepting the Invitation i(.I object in pursuing this course is to

offices for two years. first-la Amount Paid P"licyholdcn.Fal'Ulc and when he incidentally discovered become rapidly and personally acquainted I ti

i.f.? Under this new code the wards have Age what was expected of him at leaving I with the sick and afflicted 1 i} !

been changed everywhere so that he was at his wits' end. and under no conditions will any ( J13

there can be no such early reliable estimates Ins MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE That Ilahe, was absent from lunch, charge whatever be made for any ser- 4 :
I vices rendered for three months to n
of gains and losses on partial COMPANY OF NEW YORK caving word that something was all who call before April 21st. The ,(
with his violin and that he had
== "SHE WAS BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY: returns from precincts as heretofore.In wrong doctors treat al forms of diseases and .),,t 1 ;}
RICHARD the nearest town whieh
= A. McCmtDY, President. gone to was I r .
= T COPyRIL'Xj# sy a dozen of the largest cities the deformities, and guarantee a cure in + {
CECIL AV1LLCOX, Manager, ten: miles away, to have the iu ; incumbent mayors are running for re rppalrS:1 matter of fact he '
first interview a thorough examination
i Jacksonville Fla.S. .
f I I I election and with all local offices at walked twenty miles to pawn theo- ,11s made, and if incurable you are ,
.
L. PORTER

mated than usual in April. Pensacola, Fla. domestic cormorants. pending money for useless treatment ; t r
& CO. DISTILLERY D
L EEAR ISTRIBUTORS, PENSACOLA, FLA.
. ------ Results Far-Reaching. -. I may add that one nobleman has Mae and femaleveaV ness, catarrh
-
made determined effort( to put down and catarrhal deafness; also vanocelc, ;
LCSSOfl IN HEALTH. For Over Sill Insalls, in Cincinnati, and Johnsonin '
A } Years. r -'-'VvtNEWS v--;: .r rupture, goitre cancr and all dis i'1
r. tipping in his house, nnll'isi ors :o
,' MKS.SINSLOV's HUOTHI.VS STBUP hat Cleveland, are credited with being eases of the rectum are positively
will find the ] intimation
:i :lI'YS filter! the impuri- Tring following
i
been used for millions tired by their new treatment.: .
over sixty years by candidates this for the Democratic
year from Lord Kothstluld in
::
,. :' .u.i! bbo, and unless they mother for their children while teething, NOTES every Their chief associate surgeon of the tl i1
nomination for well as
: as room
governor :
.' "I 1 health is impossible. with perfect sacceaa. It soothes the child. institute sill be in personal charge.
for the mayoralty of their respective "iy servants are under instructionsto L
Cure makes sound softens( the gumsallays all pain.cnren wind Offices 111"c t Chase.
;
r. K. ,1 "y oallc,and Is the Debt remedy for Diarrhoea. cities, and next year for the presi L .... ./:: .... ._ .... accept tips! from no one, and if I discover Office hot:rs, 9 a. m. to 7 p. m.; Sundays v'
1u.l: -
positively cure allj, that any one of them disregardedmy 10 : iJ
It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1m. dency. to 1. t
: : ,:'n(') and bladder disease. mediately. Bold by Druggists In every part Alderman O. M. Prjor, who \yis taken in"tni<.tioiis I e or she shall be instantly
The election is also watched on account -
I I' 1 :: > the whole system. W. of the world. Twenty-live cents a bottle ill last Thursday,' is reported as (1i"ms'E'll.-Today.! CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FOR .'

.\ ; e 'i r121 South Palafox Be sore you ask for"Mrs.Wlnslow's BoothngSyrup. of its being on the candidacy of being very sick today. THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED ',' 1 1k
.' Ani tike no other kind. Myron T. Merrick, of Cleveland for Best
3 udjin's, fEe Jtr 5c. ROOM, AT MARSTON & QUINA'S. f: c
the Republican nomination for governor The numerous friends of John tl.
A Thoughtful Man.M. III t. t
and on the reflection: of Senat O'Connor will regret to learn that he -

,\ t.ua-"..te<..! Cure lor IMVs 31. Austin of Winchester Ind., or llanna. is almost totally paralyzed and unableto J. A. VAN PELT. J

'. ,. ., kiwi, IIeedlOl1: or Protruding knew what to do in the hour of need. The Legislature selected next November leave his home. Mr. O'Connor was 1 : {
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P" '\ it druggist will reTuuJ jour I His wife had such an,unusual case of elects Senator Hanna's successor formerly one of the most prominent VAN PELT BROTH "RSLT.If:

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f if I i'\/.i) olNfMKNT tail to cure stomach and liver
trouble
physicianscould
I and the control of the nuincii newspaper men in the state. He resides -
: ants
y. not help her. He thought of palities is considered of importance: in on West Intendencia street. i

;- ?AkKke's: and tried Dr. King's Xew Life Pills the coming state election. President C. F. Smith has called a STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS.i }
and she got relief at once and waa
HAIR BALSAM The result may also affect: Democratic meeting! of the directors of the Pensa '
fluntfl brauiica the har. ,
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finally cured. Only 25c, atV. A.
rYjDiutefl wlur..n.wlh.. aspirants for the senatorship. cola Baseball Association for tonightat
Novr Fail to He at ore Oral D'Alemberte's drug store, 121:! S. Pal 1 lY rr. '
t' r Hair .to. rte Youthful. Color. Jones Running Independent.As 7:30 o'clock in the office of the Ter FRESH LINES OF DELICACIES RECEIVED DAILY AND DELIVERED .
!sr Con* p o.e.. t jlRUiu.. |'
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n.II .n. a rule the usual party tickets are directors are requested to be present .. ANY PART OF THE CITlT. : .-

in the field. In Cincinnati Ingalls heads as 'business of importance is to be : : .;:
fusion and in Toledo Jones is Have Added to Stock a Complete Assortment of Anti-Rust Tinware. ,Positively ;
the transacted: W. II. Northup, Ceo. T.
Guaranteed Not to Rust. This is Something that Housekeepers j 1'' d
D. HALE WILSON running for re-election independent of Morgan, Walter M. Pitt, C. F. Schad,
have not had the to Purchase Before.tVAN
contest- Opportunity
all There are closely
parties. Thos. Johnson, B. M. Solomon and

ins tickets also at Akron, Washington John G. Oliver.

Real Estate and Rental Agent Court House, Marietta, Ashtabula, PELT BROTHERS, ; .

Fremont Greenfield and Oxford.! \

13, South I'alafov Street, The present registration Las brokenall Maritime. TELEPHONE NO. 231 ,.< s* .+* 31 EAST GARDEN ST.

April records in this and other i. :J '
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TELEPHONE HO. 243. PENSACOLA, FLORIDAClassified ,
. cities of the state, and there are many "
charges of fraudulent registration.. Ursula Bright, Br. ss, 2114 Goode, Doors andWindow ;:

Kingston to \V. S. Keyset & Co. I .i

(. Advertisements. HEAVY VOTE AT CINCINNATI. Cleared. Screens :11;' : :"

------- Cincinnati, O, April G,-Fair cool Dutch ss Katendrecht, 1CC4: Teensma ':. t

ONE CENT WORD.. weather, makes it posible for a heavy by AV. S. Keyser & Co. for Rot HAVE YOU THOUGHT OP "j, "" i:

I indications terdamith 721,000 s ft lumber, 07C.
early mnl"l1inote, as the .
THE pitomrnox ANDco :j-" I
I LOST. were that an unusually]] large: vote (till) s ft sawn timber, valued at $ C.191. -
I M FO r. r 11 r i:Y .FFORD? JI
MONEY TO LOAN -'--'--'''-'''--- would be polled! wry early in the day Nor ship Oddcro 13CO, Bars bv r ;
LOST-Ladies' Purse, between New
I More than a lumdrod warrants for the Southern States Lumber Co. fcr Lon -_ Get Prices Now.
Orieans Grocery Store and F. E. ; 1iU.
0.. .1 ". atonable terms and arrest of men charged with illegal don with OCC.OUO s ft lumber, valued :

w... .. L. '.ty.o I'.rawner's. Said rocket Cook containing this at $1L2: IO.
have been made to
registration up
\V. RULLARD, between sixty-nine and seent.fh'e \'.
G. DcSilva fi Co. J
hour. There is nothing in the early Sailed. ;
:s '. l'.IIlfox!; Up. tair*. dollars; also lull from liar a
J. \ViLo\, Manager.: vote to show which way the election Br. Mortlake, 14SO, Nicolle Tarn
--- Mon & Finch. Handsome reward "
pieo Telephone 3.1. I' .
will go. :
to finder. MRS. E. II. SIMPSON, I Xor ss Lady Penryn, 773 Egelm -______ ;1.
MONEY TO LOAN -
Care F. K. Dra\\ner, 10;; S. Palafo AND AT DAYTON. L ..ttleton.Ti f ;;

On' "i-. !1,1.'t"lrJ i hor -e*, warons; St. AG-tL Dayton, 0., April Indications
:L,:rd: : ail oilier kinds ofi' The Star Laundry. \
.., WANTED. point to the luauest.o.e\ in the his zJ ';' I A} ii iii
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Busineis
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The early
\ it, "' tory of the city. M Il
1' -ecrecy guaranteed.: W.XTElOrganizers for an established :

I. *. I1 ,I if, X bt. A. A. KM.er. Fraternal 'Insurance Company the greatest known. The weather: I is in ec, 1'4&t: 1'l I Biggest, Busiest, Best I f''M.

2m tf cool and cloudy. : t
with latest
plans and business
110\11'! KI lA).\:\-\\'. ll. Men INSURANCEAND e!;
I methods. Large salaries paid yea ,
w '! I.
r. iii A I'Pllt. Money to ELECTIONS IN MONTANA.
1 I. good men. Write: for full particu :
in .t r. 1''I,1Ihl.: ) rate of interest .
": 'I. "'.J -'l'lIritv. OllicellZandi.iNir lars. TilE UNITED AMERICANS Helena, Mont., April 6.-All holding organized REAL ESTATE, Tliey pek ; .1:
: cities in Montana are
: Tirrt/niiistreet.: Palafox Street.
Warder Bldg., Washington, D. C. municipal elections today.In No. South it.t.,

ItcE1.'l) :; U LEND; ou improved March 28oaw4u -

rui .''1:0.: in langs or small ._-- ..-- Butte it seems to be a case of Partial list of dwellings for rent in [for ihe1s !! ;

;at:, 'H, :-. at low rate of interest. W.\\TLD-At once an Al presser at Heinze against the field, with the various parts of the city: & !i6WelettheBhirt ; J

l'JII ,,a i L'"Ib E. rooks! attorney M. St lix's tailor shop, 9 West Inv majroalty as the chief place. Thereare $30.: -Corner Baylen and Cervantes
at i IW .'.I n. 1'dlufox .j tl"
t : tit., Fisher tpndencia street. nilll-tf.: four candidates for mayor. Collar!
street. 2 modern dwelling
story
bat:: bit .
i 3mlm :
and Cuffs we Launder fpeak for '!f:
WA.NTKI 6 YOUNG MEN from with 9 rooms. .
bltfNEy '10-DAY-Do nerd themselves.; They will talk louder
n. you Kscumbii County at once to prep $25.-North Barcelona street, 2 story i>>
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: You borrow GRIPPE-WHAT7,
: LA
au i,..,.,:.t y.u want can today on easiest any ire for Positions in the Government AFTER dwelling with 12 rooms. AH Lac we can. We want to be judged l\ ,

ttn!"- dl 1 lowest rates anywhere Service.Interstate Apply Co'rres.to Unusually]] a hacking cough and a modern convenience, bath on note oy the work we do than by :- i" .. )

""' Inst of weakness, often what we 7 \'
iii. ik real general feeling say.
on improved city : t
Cedar Rapids: la.WANTh upper floors corner lot, nice !
: > -"H; : Win. Fisher, aUh. leading to fatal results after the patient 1 tt i '
ll' i i i xx: :,[i ,t. lu-tl ,. d&wlru' yard and shrubbery, stables, ., l
- --- -- -- the !
is supposed to have passed iei'y
:D-All kinds of empty beer outhouses, etc. LL WOKK c. o. 1 r .
D.
hY"I GJ 3C lIEdf IC randDeli Frc
( \\.1 h i to borrow money, m- hottp! H. A. Friedman. n9-tf danger point. Foley's Honey and $10.-Corner Baylen and Cevantes t re e. .t

v'r: : injure your property to cure the "grippe
lr 'i!i>-ti':ids of title, buy (lr'' Nor Item- cou Tar?h"is guaranted and make you strong; and! dwelling with grooms. TEL EPHO.dE:: 114. 27 GARDEN ST. '4, 1M:

f' ,", I" il ?':ltf', rent property of FOR ItENT-In opera house bTiHd. well.]] It newer fails to stop a coughif ?:23.!; -North Palafox street; a nice one [

J1 1":'. 'I i '..r"J M Ii'> mr'on,taxes have attended rents col-to, .' erg' on ground floor, one store'and taken in time. Take no subsii story modern dwelling with WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager. ': ;; ;ii j

l. tote; second lloor, three uttlces.fph2i tutes. hard wood floors, all modern '
!Ltre I -+ 1'1.08. V. Watson -=---........-. -- ----= 'g. 1'
til l I i':, ---
eniences.
.1F.t -hte and Insurance FEVERS. con\
SPRING
\. "-. iacoh" Fla. Charges NICELY furnished rooms with bath $2250.-:CIO West Gregory street; 2 I' II

:1 : ,', To everyone who buys $1.50 and $JOO week; with good During the cold winter months the story dwelling with 7 rooms. uI ROYAL MM! WHISKEY Vf r 1i; .
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w <. '\11-build we will a house IHI.I money fcd-tf board $:a.OO week; central location system is full of snap and vigor, but $::::0.-210 North Barcelona street; 2 ,.. ...1'"
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i'et \ U.Fl' ..---- 26 South Spring street between approach of warm weather produces a story dwelling with 8 rooms. W-1 Yms Old, i.i Cases cf 4 Fell Quarts, at $3.20 per cut ...vrv !

West Romana and Garden streets. change in the body-a reaction sets $13.; -311 West Garden street 5 room :f

\ I,11\I'II--C'\ ; Keys. Owner Transcicut solicited. ni3-lm.
t uno by calling at this ----- in. The liver, bowels and kidne'sherome cottage. THIS WHISKEY? distilled at the Nelson Co.. L J .

::'MIII; property and pay- j L-'{' U i L.t;, sluggish, and allow an accumulation $13:;.-313 North Spring street; 6 room JL Ky., Di-tillery, and is fully matured in wood : 4 -

1 .< notice M7tf, FOR t:ALE-The moJPdesTTablelots of waste mater. The house with gas, water, etc. before bottling. it j is absolutely! pure and not ex : ,
I' '. street, 6 i celkd in quality by any Whiskey of the same age ;
'. East
Gregory
'P'IIll sired bull Terrior, In tbe city ou easy terms, by stomach becomes weak and digestion $12.50.--111 where The Royal Standard 14.
uo matter produced.
tIe Fisher Real Estate llsfe "
!' tai i black.! Call on F. M. Agency, impaired. room 2 story dwelling. is eight years; old when bottled, and, considering ,,ti_

1 I. J r.>r Garden: and Pala- ,211-1f..South. Palafox. ISalm HEPATICURA: will tone up the $12.50,-S06 East Gadsden street, 5 I ita excellent quality, is the cheapest whiskey in Ai

lwaliuardinl FOR SALE CHEAP.-Roll top desk liver and bOel:1emo'e!: ;" the accumulation -I room cottage. the market at that price. As a beverage, and aa 1-'.' t'i
ti
--- new. Leslie E. Brooks, Fisher Build- of waste matter and you $ .-Cll East Belmont street, 5 room an ab clutely pure stimulant! there I Ii; none better "il: t:( ,
23mlm.:: cases marks whatever 1
; Iluut.u. in? Shipped in containing no to #
=---- wiil feel bright and cheerful. Sold by cottage( indicate contents. If purchaser upon examining rG; 'pI'the
to.\II\ FOIl at three
SALE
:[ a bargain-The
HOVS at Whelr all druggists. $11.-700 East Belmont street, 5 I whiskey, is not satisfied with the quality he ti f '

t.i'Tls'! Mary E-ther, Fla.. Mrs room house, new, and lott:; feet rooms. can return the tame at our expense and money 1' .i.

:'|J".i, proprietress. All the front by 146 feet 6 inches deep; lo- will be refunded. i L: !
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'mf"rt Escambla County Circuit Court, 12.419 East Intf-ndentia street, .
btr Of home at very reaonarato cated at southeast corner Gregoryand In All orders should be accompanied by either .f, {{i
Northern touri-u will State of Florida.-In Chancery. room cottage. 1ltwrrrsCI = currency, postoffice money order, bank draft or ex ,. tre .
ficd tt.i, an ideal place to spend a "B" street. Enquire on premises Della Hooker 10.-Corner Baylen and Cervantes r press money order. We refer to First National f" ;,

btrtl'\:: of the "as.m.. 12nlm 122 B street. \ vs. streets, 4 room cottage. Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. h2:lj

Samuel C; Hooker.On >'
2Gmlw -
IUIO\\.I... $10:136 East Chase street, 5 room 4 }
Monday the 4th day of May, A.
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In'IOX ;the r hay Miscellaneous.Bmth ; D. 1903, the defendant Samuel C. cottage. S. A. FRIEDMAN : f
In lv' J ta 11", --- to the LaRua street, 4 room ,
East
West Government Hooker is required to appear $ 9.-910
: H. ALF IAX, umbrella maker, 815
Rr't.,[ "iroite Expre-s orllcp, Palafox street. Rd-cover- bill filed against him herein. cottage.A SOLS PROPRIETOR, PEXSACOLA, FLA. ,t

1'.1"i !'I I' i- prepared: to clean rev lug and repairing of umbrellas and This order to be published onct large list of smaller dwellings, as tPi

1. -::: pn, ss Ud IPS' and eantleu parasols a specialty. Silk covers each week for eight consecutiveweeks number of stores and offices P. O. BOX 418. TELEPHONE: flr}
1 >r tJI'1d"ito. I well as a ,
16j3 'uit.tllt newspaperpublished
always en hand. jan 3 in the Daily News a '
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I .,_ in said Escainbia County.A. for rent. 1'

,: I{... .. (.if > L9 r.41IL111RElilNEJranafac. Dresses made from $1.50 up. Other M. MCMILLAN, THOS. C. WATSON & CO., : :; I' 'f ;1'

:' \ : I sewing as reasonable, 26 South Clerk of Circuit Court.Dy Leading, Real Estate Rental and !
"j ceil'r H. BURTON.: D. C.
in
Hair Goods B. I'
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'', 7''b't Spring between West Romana andI Insurance Agents, 1 South Palafox
Article Hair Oil, Pensacoia. Fla.: March 14, 1903. i
tit'f) W....; Government tree:. I Garden streets. m9-lm M14, oaw Sw. street. ;


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WHAT'S THE GOOD OF THE CONSOLIDATED

s HAVING MARRIED GROCERY COMPANY F- I A 'ili

SISTERS, COUSINS The attention of the wholesale and

AND AUNTS? retail dealers is directed to the advert .1 is isis is isis. NNN i i

tisement of the above company, which .
: Every wi.le-awake bo;and girl should at once appears In another column of this pa. ..tmt .c..1

nil on his married statue couain and aunts per today. ...Qlf ...',:
and get thrrn to ears him the"Bectioua11 from
The consolidation of the C. B. Rog : lt rr p
the "GOOD LUCK" Baking Powder cana. If ; I
any should not be using GOOD LUCK." be ers' Grocery Company of Jacksonville, Record
should ace that they commence at once; fur with other and
numerous naval
t bat's the use of his baring married slaters, grocery I I Ii
stores concerns in different parts
eoualna and aunts if they are not buying to suit Jleai (Means Grocery
him aa well as themselves t of the state has resulted in the largest *
Richmond, Virginia. combination of capital to handle the r@

trade in the state if not in the entire JAMES McHUGH, Prop. '

South, and from the beginning the
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sales have grown from month to I I Breaker
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month so that at present it is difficultto ROASTED COFFEESBLENDED

SOCIAL ECHOES handle it and it is found necessaryto
i i largely increase the office and ware We are willing to go on record with a statement that no store ever
presented -
house force, placing therein men of -+A.SD+- ; an elegant line of OXFORDS as we are offering. Look
NNNH...N.NNMNNN everyone-e,
experience in the business.Mr. but before you decide on your purchase, call on us; the visit wi save
The many friends of Mrs. Criglar TEAS e money and give us trade...Our yoU
C. M. Covington, the manager.
I
will regret to learn of her illness. She
of the Pensacola branch whose duty
is with her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Ha- .
requires him to supervise their immense OUR SPECIALTIES.
german. business has for been! i
years $2.00Oxfords
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commercial interests .
Mrs. J. Pickett Jones has been tha connected with large I

guest of Mrs. Leojiold Bell for a fewda's. and the experience thus gaIn. W !i-I Sa
ed places him in a position to handle for ladiesare the greatest values in the city. Can give t1 !
IO
I the increasing demands for goods with ; a : in Patent Leather or Vici Kid, with French Cuban and M. e's,
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more ease and facility than one un t 0 1 heavy extension soles, or real light turn soles, in
There will be a called meting of the .
familiar with its details. .
Daughters the King, Thursdaymorning a I
directly after morning ser i VI ,
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CHECK WAS GIVEN .
_ vice. MAYOR JONES TODAY. Z % i

: w. '' aI. : STYLES.Then .
Mrs. I'arkc of Mobile who has been Mayor Jones this morning received : 6 :
the charming guest of Mrs. \\". C. W y G
from the Itoard of Commissioners m know
County oJ you that gives you a chance at the $20. It's in t,; rED: BOX.
Wright for the last week, left for her .
check for which has been
a $13,333 ......
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home yesterday. This lovely lady is deposited to the city credit. Since LL. <
much admired here, and has been the t c [ :
the check has reached its final disposition ar
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honoree at many elegant affairs. it now remains for the cjty to .cn 'V t 3 i MEYER SHOE CO.,

find a way to spend the large sum.
Mr W. 1) Howe has recovered from I -z 1 mY Feet Furnishers for Cash Only.
his attack of illness and is out again
The New Howe bcales at Jacoby'sare
I e I i 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
among his friends much to their de- attracting the ladies in large 1c

light. numbers today. An attendant is kept I a ,1:1 2 ---.

busy weighing and measuring them : i JANEKThiOHE5BOILER
I Mrs. L. V. Kessler is taking the and presenting each with a record.A i

deepest interest in the entertainmentfor ..1 HIGH GRADE CROCERIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
the men of the squadron, and the SWEET BREATHis

affair promises from the interest man. : .:10.:10 Feed Stuffs of All Kinds.
of
a never failing sign a healthy : :10.:1t
ifested, to be a grand success. stomach. When the breath is bad
AND MACHINE
PHONE 105. f WORKS.[
the stomach is out of order. Thereis
Mr. John Campbell Avery, Junior, 1.
f' has very successfully and with great no remedy in the world equal to ........................N...N.NNNN.N. .
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing indigestion
t credit passed hh examinations and .
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I ( has been admitted to the Bar at Pen I. dyspepsia and all stomach THE FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT. PRETTY INVITATIONSHAVE-- --- --- 'BOILERS AND MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD.
disorders. Mrs. Mary S. Crick, of
sacola. This promising young lawyer
By reference to another column it
White Plains, Ky.. writes: "I have BEEN ISSUED.The .
I.t t ii Sol to 807 South Palafox St.
ir very popular and much belovedhere will be seen that Mr. Thomas F. Xee
been dyspeptic for -tried all
a
B in his home, and every one i is years
himself for the office of
kinds of remedies but continued to announces News received this morning a PHONE 123 and 292. POSTOFFICE BOX&4.
'i ij detightel; with his success and join in
marshal electionin
at the
city coming
I, grow worse. By the use of Kodol I beautiful invitation from the Louisiana -
wishing and noble -- y -
y 'f a prosperous cart -
June. This will at rest the
r. set .
IJ began to improve at once, and after
G ? >er. :'Ir.n.ry leaves in a few days Purchase Exposition Committee
rumor, which prevailed on the
: j Mir At:Jens, C.a. to resume his course taking a few botttles am fully r to CREENHUT & CO. eo-t
1 attend the opening of the
,
I stored in weight, health and strengthand streets some days ago that Mr. Xee exposition A
of lectures at the University: there.
f Kodol had withdrawn from the race. at St. Louis in the latter part of ,
can eat whatever I like.
f'I L II what eat and makes the Mr. Xee has many friends and influential April and for two days in May. The
digests you '
Mr Frank Bruce is better
reported supporters in the city whose invitations
are sent out at the requestof .WHOLESALE GROCERS
: ) though still very ill. stomach sweet. Hargis' Pharmacy, weight will be felt on the day of the general committee and ,
,:iI.rYi11. John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. election, and if promises count for press
i they are handsome affairs. They are
.SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL anything his election is almost cer
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: (i OMON'S. his 10-year-old sister, Ella, who was tain. I very acceptable as souvenirs. Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA

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