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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: April 8, 1903
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VOL, 39. PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 8 1903 'NO 78 ;' iti I :

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,DEMOCRATS SWEEPHANNAH'SHOME looo sonnI R ri MRS. IDA M. FLACLER IS 4 1






TOWN RECOVERING REASON S 3 SJ"? "




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7.While the re- I Jacksonville! April Telegraphic I -[ \( I- .j a

.rial gains in the information was received here this : ; .i.
CINCINNATI
MEMPHIS : :
AND I t11i ;
Ohio
in yesterday, morning to the effect that Mrs. Ida .1 ,

many changes in M. Hagler divorced wife of M. Flag- = !/ i' i ij K .


r. ...ixci-ptiou of the was cities.at CULFJAILROAD REFUSINC TO ACCEDE TO THE DEMANDS OF THE :I er This, is: recovering startling information her reason. comes BUSINESS MEN -'ifk;:: }f i r ; F:: : :;


Mavur hinkle, demMy -
suddenly the in this
( upon people section I.: ._ 11 ,: I.
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STRIKING SHIP,
Jeffreys! reii AGENTS. where Mr. Flagler is well-known .
A large body of Cincinnati : 'J ;
prominent
uVS (If all the Meridian, Miss., April 7.-The city t. lion, where Mr. Flagler is wellknown.Mrs. :: r. .

!1""' Columbus, were I Oi .tridian yesterday, through the -- -- Flagler was divorced from business men -arranging to :' ,I. h': i; ''. r 4 \
I Ilim.
the make a week's tour of the South, traveling : 4 :J '
r- ;mblicans retain- Hoard of 'Irade, accepted the proposition lIay 'agreed upon. and without her husband under the Florida laws, ; -
New Orleans, April ..-The tie-up .. as to the number of bales on a special chartered train of 'f, r .' ,
:matl and the demand of the promoters) of the Memphis \ because she was incurably insane" ,
of cotton handling on the Levee is Slowed by the gang per day, and vestibuled Pullman's and making a : :. I ; .
i'.'!, Samuel M. and Gulf Railroad to run the and immediately afterward Mr. Flag '
without restriction the stevedoreas !
practically complete. The serewmen on nunber of visits en route to prominent 4 ; I I'k' .
mayor of Toledo.i road through; Meridian and locate I to whether he employed white or ler was wedded to Miss Little Kenan, ; : ; I. ,
refused to go to work under the terms cities of the oouth. Many of the ". r 'I .t. "
i re-elected\ their the shops here. lue proposition of '' colored labor and which gangs working Wilmington, X. C. $ ,i' ;
offered by the New Orleans Steamship carried out such orders as might gentlemen will! be accompanied by .. I" ,, !
,and, Sandusky, Chilu !- Vice President Chester 11. Pond, in It is remembered that at the last
Conference, and remain idle. be conveyed to them by the stevedore their wives and daughters. -\ 1 r I r J.t 1 .
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i is that in ,
consideration of
brief
> and other cities himself his session of the Florida Legislature it .
superintendent under- '
two at1 or It is estimated
Only ships took any cotton the party will number .r .
'ratic. and the repub- $;;OUUO in subscriptions to the stockof foreman. was charged that a specially preparedlaw j .
: all yesterday, and that was a small i fully 200' and in addition .
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itn-mille, Youngstown, the road, with the right of way During the period mentioned there was passed for the benefit of the ) i
amount. The II Peimonte, of the Creole i has been no serious trouble of any there will be a band and military es. t. .f' : ,
':'on, Portsmouth and through the city and twentyfiveacres Standard Oil magnate and railroad hotel ..
Line, and one of Vogemann's I kind on u.e levee, and screwmen and cort of nearly lot more. Tho inili- 1 I 'i'" _: i
that they have hereto- of land lor shop purposes, the king, allowing him to relieve him .
.1 agents have worked to-
ships loaded cotton at intervals during amicably tary escort comprises the F. H. Alms : 1' : ti. 1
,. : The winning ticket city will secure the road and is I gether under the conditions existing. self of his former wife, which was t. .
I I the day. The latter dropped Batery O. X. G., and the First Regimeat A. 4 ,r i j.
l The best information shows that .
,'r of the dominant par- shops. t done as soon as the law would permit. '" w. '
down to Chalmette and finished her five men stowing cotton vary In the Band, one of the most widely J L. _: : '
Fusion tickets as a rule The agreement was drwan up and Following close upon his release, he ti ,n
cargo there. These were the onlytwo ,amount of cotton they are able to known military bands of the country. ; : :; '.
11 od in dozen or more signed yesterday afternoon. The was married. The plea was made that ;
; a put according to the ; "
away per Say J.
lines not In the combined move- The part will leave Cincinnati on l' j
they were in the field. proposition also embraces the pledge demandingt i strength or experience of the men she was incurably insane and legal !' ': "
ment o- the ship agents, Easter afternoon by way of the B. & .... "-,:. 4 .
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the most noted gains: of that, beginning May 1, surveys are to I employed; also according to the char- release was made. .. ... '.
I a restoration of the rules prior to acter of the work done, as requiredby O. S. \\ Illinois Central route, pass. 1" ,, ; "' .
iiansas at Mansfield and be made in both directions from I The News from New York today is
Nov. :3. It was announced by leadersof the employer. through Paduca. Memphis and : it ting t-
democrats at Springfield' Meridian, and that this city i sto be \Y e beaeve that everybody acquainted ta the effect that the first Mrs. Flag .
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the Conference last evening that ] other points, arriving at New Orleans b" 'I. :
al issues controlled results, the end of a division with the general with the work of stowing cottonin ler I is: nonphysically well and ableto 4 I :
both these lines would join in the Monday evening, April 13. !r j t.A t.
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the of Orleans "
the ca>i' in moot of the offices of the company located port ew would take daily drives, and she appearsto : .
concerted action of the agents from be willing to say that the amount of good many members of the party 4': '
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bore. Mr.I Pond, who was here with be mentally well balanced.! :
now on, and that they had remained work which can be done by five men are members of tile National Associa n: I ;
is much diversity of opinionu Chief Hngmt-cr II. 1'. Farrar, immediately would vary according to the circumstances If the news is correct that she has J.lion J.
out because of an inability to get of Manufacturers which meets i. t' ; *
after the road's each but recovered her the friends of '
effect! 01 these municipal proposition surrounding case, reason, '
authority from their head offices any in New Orleans April 11-16, and they ;';' I .. 4 ;
'MMii| the next republicanfor had been accepted, leased a house, it should never fall hl'lo1(11)( bales Mr. and Mrs. FiagltT are now asking i il' ." .
sooner. i[with the use of screws or 250 will I attend the sessions of the coU'en'.1: ., ... t
per
governor, but it i is: which is to be used as general what will he her status under the '\ J J f'" f
I The Conierence notified the Colored day per gang without the use.j! i tion. Oother members of the party t f, j 1 j I' : ,
at Mayor Tom L. John- headquarters during the constructionof law, she having been divorced simply f .
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'Crews-white in certain cases '
i Screwmen's Association last eveningat will divide their time between the r. -r i :
!laud, will now become the road. with the use of screws and up to 400 because she was "incurably Insane:' ;. .
C o'clock that they had violated convention ami doing the sights of ? l ,
nndidate for the deni- In an interview last night Mr. without the use of screws: would not but having been cured. It is an interesting -
their three-year contract by refusingto be an excessive strain upon the labor. the Crescent City. A Cincinnati headquarters r I" r. ,
.' !oii for governor a Pond said: "The road in my opin- question. '.
j..., and that the In- Ion. wi.i be completed in about go to work Monday morning and This is borne out by experience at will be established at tha ?-i', I' ,.'i.t .'

eighteen months. It will be a line that steps would be taken to hold tins and other ports. Hotel Grunewald, where open house t '

.:. will be continued :SCO'; miles long built of eigthy-pound their association legally responsible. 'I flO altered conditions under which BRYAN GOING EAST. I will be kept during the stay in New i' j'f t .
Alng him a demo- steel rails the cotton traffic Is now being conducted .
of
at a cost not less tnan .
That in a word, was the situationlast the advent of the large carrier May Go to Albany and Attack David Orleans. I :'. i'4 _
$ i3HI1;:; mile. The has .
"i l ILuina fjr: the per company '
just purchased! at a cost of $;;;;0.11111) night. The screw-men were idle. the extremely low rates of Bennett Hill. The party will leave New Orleans : ,!t I, i: III

cash, the PensacolaIahama and The lockout affected freight now current all over the New York, April ..Colonel Wil at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon April ti:i' t'- '"

Adorable gossip Tennessee railroad! which runs About Two Thousand Men. world, and the varied and increased Ham J. Bryan bas notified his New !I ICth, via Louisvine & Nashville railroad f ;l,"{ j. t-: I I .
of and general ,
amounts grain cargo
I .. it the incipient twenty-five miles out of Pensacola.We Six or eight times: that many were have forced owners and agents of York frienus that ae will be in the arriving at Mobile at C p. m. I l'f );. .'. '.ft, ,
isdimann j for the have also sought fine dock fa- '
.I' Ci.it ies at Pensacola. on the river front yesterday morning steamships and agents acting forowners' East in May, and that ..e will delivera lor dinner. The purpose of the jaunt ,. : \. f" I 7
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i mil for governor.tenlay "The capital stock of the Memphisand promptly at 7 o'ciock to see what interests to the conclusion series of addresses on Political sub- oeing 10 benefit by closer relations -;; I I ,"P
the that the of screwing cotton ex- I' .of.
t were Gulf railroad is lil00ooo' with was going to happen. day jects in the states of \ew York, .on and personal acquaintanceship with '" ,,
in steam tonnage is rapidly .. '
A Ohio municipal |l,
I,' 's all cities with be"The used Illinois by the Central new road tracks into are Mem-to Screwmen's Association held any is no longer generally profitable; New Jersey and Maryland. Thy The remainder of the night will I : :

\..J'olficl'rs, and I'hiV'!! I meetings yesterday, but a joint conference the only reason justifying the screw first of these addresses will probablybe lie spent in running to Pensacola, Fla., Jk'j 'j\\ S j j ., '

r from previous The business men of Meridian are of the white and colored will ing increased of cotton gain being in the cargoes fact that wnen the delivered at the Academy of Music where the party will be breakfasted M ,;a t ) j ; "' :

quite {'l1Ihu iastic over the turn af-- in Brooklyn. and l.e the guests of the business organizations f 'J ..
their
I probably be he"i. as the reply to treights are sufficiently! high compensates l t
from the 22S fairs have taken. 't.. 1'i
as one man
;,i.i i give 1-1l'iscll.1 now believe that the road ey will surely communication was sent to them last for the increased cost. If he makes a second speech inNew of Pensacola. Arrangements .t'f. ; l : I
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IIl. alls Fusion- be built. evening. With freights at So cents per U'O' York state, it is considered certain have been made to take tho i f' I." ) ,

Annalist). 3,774; 1 ; The agents say it I is not a question pounds particularly, or $l..0 keen per bale vision it requiresno to see that he will go either to Buf-- Cincinnati party on a trip through the : t :: r''e. 4

.1.1"1.! 1 M5.:; To- of wages, but a fair day's work. that it is: anImpossibility falo, ii het e he has a good many democratic bay, making a stop at the navy yard jum! :'I'I :
i 1. .inn's plurality: ('('[.tin; where local issues lent inter -S I
"I 1 The entire. est to the fight was light. They claim that iae screwmen at for a Ship friends, or to Albany, where and! boarding some of the battleships ,; .I : .; "

including all 1 I In Detroit an unusually light vote Galveston an, other gulf ports handleas I to profitau.y contribute to the labor he can tac..,e at close range his lying at anchor in IVusacola harbor. j. 1 V'<' t ." I .
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-.1 by about the was cast. The municipal officers much as 230;; bales a day and that 23:::; per cent of this sum for the handling ardl.f'.Ul'IIIlIa'I,1 Bennett Hill.I It has also been arranged; that luncheon "'" .i", f

FI1sl'i111Janll. elected were a police judge and eight cannot afford .o ; day of it at port of loading.In It is declared that Colonel Bryan's be served on board during thetrip II. : .. '. t I
t the ru ion canid -I school inspectors. Justice Sellers republican they paper 1SD4' the question as to the employment addresses! will constitute! a detailed : I' 'I

-! the returns was re-elected! by a large for So and lou' bales: which they allege of colorej men on the levee arraignment of the reorganization so that on the return to tho r is: : 'f, J :

:'i v iiy club and I majority. and the rcpu ....:an;; elected! has been the ruie since the was settled after a prolonged; element) of the democracy, the two wharf the party may go direct to tho .: 1 : :' :

i ." mal statement. I six elf the inspectors. In Wayne I adoption of the half and half system. strike. Since then the colored screw- hram'lws'hi'h are represented by ppfcial train.Montgomery. z:. : -,

'.t the FUiiun county the republicans re-elected The screwmen when seen, had but men have been increasing in number, Ex-i'resident Cleveland and Ex-Sen Ala., will be reached ,'. : '- if,. : .
result due Auditor Hurt and Circuit[ Judge Man- sar'e are not on the Colored Screwmen's ator Hill. '
was one thing to and in l'J"2: : : : '
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nu/.aiion of the dill. a strike," they declared. The agents I Association: entered into a contract The chairman of the Brooklyn '. (
will be! cither Edward M. auer whica the party will be in tho : .
don't meeting .
> > normally a are on a strike tins time. Why with the New Orleans Steamship Conference .
'! <>M fraudulent THE CHICAGO CAMPAIGN. the papers come out with big heads I under which tuey were to secure :Shepard: Justice William K. Gaynor hands of the people of Montgomery, S I.'J'.<:t'l' 'j'

,iu:: and corrupihat and say, 'The Steamship Agents are I Ht least one-half of the work of or Lewis Nixon. and such opportunity as is given, will ; : t t I
the Fusion Both Democrats and strike that about us I I in the under the It is the intention of the Bryan .. '
1 RepublicansClaim on a ; They say stowing cotton port be taken to meet tho ,t
advantage; t.
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I.., c'lutiuued! and! the City. when we s.-...e." conditions then existing; that is to men to make clear at this meetingthat ; -

Chicago. April ..Estimates by The Steamship Conference, of say a fair day's work was to be the Rryamtes constitute a militant people of that city. i 4f /I / ,.,

l" '-< manna said: republican and democratic campaign which Mr. Chas. bio ..iart is chair done for the pity agreed upon. and ab- faction of the New York State Birmingham; will be reached at 4 i +* 1 .il j

.:sin1 entire repubry managers on the result of today's( city man, held a meeting in the directors'room solutfly\ no limit as to the number of Democracy. o'clock Saturday morning and after .:: i' .. '

of the people election are tI".1111I1'otes) apart. Chairman at the Cotton Exchange 'l'sler'l bales stowed was to be imposed.In an early breakfast the party is to be ', "

i r triumph' means Carey, of the democratic city : day aiternoon at 2 o'clock, at which I I November, 102.!' the Screwmen's CHAMPION WRESTLER
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of members of
of the two screw-men's associations white taken in charge by
: nor will be a re- committee declares that Mayor Carter the reply Benevolent Association ( ) seemsto -
: "i1'"b A. llaniia will II. Harrison is certain of reelection was officially received. The have entered into an agreementwith ISSUES A CHALLENGE the Commercial Club of that city and .r.U'j i ti

M-nate and that by SO.uOii, and Chairman Hevell, agents they say are determined to the colored screwmen to impose taken for a tour of the industrial and 1fi

will be the next of the republican committee, asserts stand firm on the demand that the old conditions, evidently designed for the By defeating Tom Riley, the Eng residence districts of the Pittsburg of L if

i nr.-d States." Jrame :Stewart the party candidate, rules be restored, and that work will purpose of controlling the character of lish champion. at the New Polo A.
will be served tIt
C.-" Roo Jones Re-Elected. will have a plurality of 27.000.' Daniel remain Idle until vue men agree to the work none in the vessels. The C., New York City on April 3, the outh. Luncheon

.\l>ril 7.-Returns Cruice the independent candidate It. joint rules adopted by both the cob George uothner became the lightweight at the Hillman House and in the afternoon [ ft14 .,

'.' rinds wilt of 103:; :also expresses himself certain of That was the only- result of the ored and white screwmen at this time i. is expected the party will f

'. ;aitisan. ,54i1 <;(>; : election by about :3uOoO: plurality. meeting, further than to direct a reply -Nov. 3, lIII-Iro\id.'d:! that no orders champion wrestler of the divide itself for individual pleasure f j .
M';' : IMson, dem- to each 01 the assoclauons, and a saould be taken from the employers world. At the conclusion of the contest $1f
business cads. From Birmingham, .
and
BETTING MT CHICAGO.One separate one to the Colored Screw- except through a member of he was presented with a $;;00
:.... that fora t the will return to Cincinnati t1ft '
': \' ctory at Cleveland. man s Association, claiming they their unions. It is also provided silver be.t uy Charles J. Fox, who party

.,. April i.-Mayor Million Dollars Will Change were under a three years' contract division of the work between colored represented t..e donor his father, over the Queen & Crescent route,.arriving .t

''he! election of the ,' Hands on the Result. I with tile agents, and that when they and white, and compelled the Richard K. Fox, proprietor of the home Sunday morning ono {J Lt-:

t icket by from I I Chicago, April 7.-The heaviest refused to go to work yesterday mornIng steamship agents to employ colored Police Gazette. The trophy must be week after starting.All i
i'1'l: t threi'-quarters of betting in the history of Chicago politics under the original provisions, and white equally. side by side in won twice by Bothner before he can

I I has been made on the municipal which stipulated that there should be the vessel a proposition which up to own it, and ail matches must be made the points at which stops will -

lt'r' claims Mayor election today. Including the small no numerical limit, that they had that time had always been looked made at the Police Gazette office. be made an exhibition drill will be t

bets, which are not recorded with violated it and laid themselves open upon with great disfavor by the white Ilothner hereby challenges all lightweight given by the Alms Battery. :

-I.' < T u give J.ilmcnn! bookmakers! or at various:' sporting; for prosecut.on. screw-men it is also well known ; wrestlers:: in the world to meet The railroad companies are arranging ( -

(;oul<.er, republi- headquarters, it is believed $1.000- The following statement was: that some of the rules adopted by the him for the title and the belt. excursionists of
to give the one j
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that time although
WO will change; hands on the result. Issued by the Conference: associations at ,
R .. of not exhibited or admitted to the the handsomest trains that has ever 'h
of the amount .
-:ins Gary Columbus. Some indication In order that those interested may FROM COGHLAN'S FLEET. '
11 i. April 7.-Robert money put up is gained: from the fig. understand that: controversy now in steamship agents. provided for a limItation been sent into the South and will 'l' i -'

.< an, is elected\ mayH ures furnished by these men, who progress between the screwmen and of the work to about eighty- The Pecayune.) .. be equipped with every possible con '. 3 \ fi : -- -' "

. \ inkle, democrat the hold the amounts indicated: James ship agents in this port, it has been five bales with per the day, in of case screws of cotton, and After forty-one months of sea service venience and supplied with every pro- (P I tt '
stowed
:,1. by about 1,800.! O'Leary, $400.000( : O'Connor & Riheimer ?- considered advisable to publish the use Surgeon G. B. Wilson. t!. S. N..
of comfort and entertainment
& Gore $33- not exceeding 120 In the case cot vision for the
Chapin
ELECTION 176.000; \ following statement: stowed by hand, without the use and Paymaster C. W. Eleason.: t:. S. sJ.-
( ton of the J
IN MICHIGAN. 000 and William Mangier, $10,000. Since 1894 and up to Nov. 3, 1902, party.
;" The mot: important bet of the day te labor ordinarily employed in the of screws. thata I N., have been detached and orderedto : The excursion is being conducted ; 4 i : a.
is
Rf ; result of these rules i
The
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"a Carry the State that or James O'Leary with representatives has been Washington for shore service.
was: work of stowing cotton of and ha, repeat :uuoer tte :auspices of the Cincinnati j 1
fc.Tr Usual Majority. of John W Gates and paid at the rate of $26 per day (divided gang men can They arrived yesterday evening from
$30,000: ly taken in thirty bales, constituting Industrial Bureau, an organization of I 4
have
, \pril ".-The re- John A. Drake, who Into four quarters) per gang work of unscrewed I Honduras on the Olympia, and put up '
worth of confidence In Mr. Stewart.. receiving $5 the first quarter's the business men of the city, formed j. j :
four men
of five ,
men
: Charles hotel. They were
, Michigan yesterday hour, leaving at the St. F
republican, against Mr. Harrison, and and one man, a foreman. $G cotton. In about an : for making its many advantages better 14:. '
. '. Ill' ticket by a ma- per day them the balance of the quarter, from attached to the squadron uoder com-
:. .. ,;: at midnight: at be- who expressed it by putting up the per day. one to one and a half hours, in whichto mand of Admiral Coghlan, now doing I known and for the attraction of f

l: ::: .t.t: 40.iOO.< The ticket money at even terms. Harrison. Prior to 1S94, the old regulations of rest trom iaelr arduous labors. : duty in Hondurean waters, because of trade and capital to the Queen Cityof -J.,
The odds are 7 to S on the screwman only permitted of the This may be repeated through each: the insurrection there but, becauseit the West. .

-r,/ :h.' Supreme Court- important stowing of seventy-five bales per day quarter of the day. It requires no is the "way of the service" they I -3'F :
: is
for extracts 1894
: : '"'-r. l"harlott What you jar per gang of five men. Between great thought to discover that would not talk.
p.H."':'. 1\'-t> state University bat what you get for: your and Nov. J, 1J02!/ the work of stowIng -. very certainly not half an honest day's Many Actor and Singers use Pio' :, tJ .

}1\. 1lrIl'll'ttl': and Loyal E. money is ten times more important. I cotton at the port of New Orleans If you want your busineu to be Cure to strengthen ,the voice and prevent -

':'.''> Vanilla cons more because was performed by these gangs. f .-
liurnctt's advertise In THE NEWS. hoarseness. ;
Second Page.) known
Rapids.the I Continued on ,
work for ( 1
..: oJu state cs- worth more. on a basis of a fair day's I I !

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"; THE DAILY NEWT PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. WEONESDAY. APRIL 8 103.


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PENSACOLA BUGGY WORKS. I

SGREWMEN STATE PILOT
2,000 A reporter in his morning rounds ,


ARE OUT OF BUSINESSContinued ASSOCIATIONBIENNIAL and dropped found: into every the above workman establishment busily engaged Y


I even, the proprietors, MessrsH.

H. Spitzer and Charles LeBaron

( from First "Page-) HELVOIA MEETING HELD IN TAL were pressed into service! such being

LAHASSEE YESTERDAY WHENOFFICERS the volume of work for immediate attention -
work is being done under these conditions I
They are doing all kinds of
or, In other words, these men WERE CHOSEN. for Infants and Children.
new and repair work, trom the heaviest -
CONDENSINGC0 -
wno are deliberately acting ia this MILK -
manner are doing uot_.ng short of float, to the lightest and most artistically Castoria i* a harness substitute for Cantor Oil, Par,.

taking money and giving a very inadequate : finished buggy. Two of the curie, Prop and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant It

return. The Biennial meeting of the State orders now being completed will at- contains! neither Opium, Iorphiuo nor other NarcoticMibftanee.

There are a great many other Pilots Associations was helrl in Tallahassee .1t destroys! Worms and allays roprMnust:
rules which are exceedingly obnoxious tract attention when seen on the It cures Diurrluca-ul "Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth.

and which result in serious hin- )yesterday and officers elec streets, one being a handsome furni- ing Troubles and cures Constipation tt regulates the

urance to the work of this port. Evaporated ted for the ensuing two years ture van, the other, a light delivery Stomach and llott'el", giving healthy: and natural t\cVn.\ .

They are too numerous to mention, Reports from 'the different officers wagon, done in panel work. The Ci U Vreu's Pmaeca-The Mother's rriciid.

but they are, all of them, designedto showed the organization to be in excellent -
Cream Some of the recent work that reflects The Kind You Have Always
limit the work, so that the members condition finanically and otherwise Bough.Bears
of the ..crewmen's Association great credit upon the concernare
shall derive a benefit to which they bearir the above cap label. flown j The newly elected officers are: the floats and delivery wagons the Signature of
1 from the can neb in every ingredient
.
are not entitiled. which enters into Cody build ne. Win. Bazzell, President Pensacola. just turned oat for Mr. Laz Jacoby. .
Are there any other laborers callIng M. Iclmamslce President,
Their finishing room is filled with
themselves "skilled laborers"who
do a small portion of a day's Pet Tampa. work to be done, and material to bused
and receive for it full Thomas Davis, Secretary and Treasurer the
worK a day's in repair ot an old buggy or

pay at the rate of $5; per day? Would Brand Fernandina. the building of a new one. This department -
any other laborers' organization Committee-Wm. Baz-
countenance such a state of affairs? | carries our guarantee, as to its j zell Legislative Thomas Davis and Charles Perry. Is in charge of an expert In Use For Over 30 Years.
The at this shown careful preparation richness and trimmer. .
port as .
agents It different from the T" C,0V10. oeer..r.VO.I.T"' T e/ Y 1111 eTY
purity. is
harmonious
during t-e past years, have had no watery brands and adds a richness The meeting was .I In consultation with one of the pro- .
complaint to make as to the nominal to your food. Try it and you throughout and much good to the pi .
wu!be convinced it is the besLLook prietors it was developed that the
rate of pay so long as fairly ade label lots' interests is expected to result.
for our cap
quate returns were being received branch of their business to which they W. 8.1 jj'i'
;> GOffiPA
nor have they had any objection to HELVETIA MILKCONDENSING IMPROVEMENTS AT are giving special) attention is horse ; l fl Y

to the meployment of union labor as CO. shoeing. They have a man who n\ ,
LIFE SAVING STATION.It .
euch.The altered conditions referred to, Highland, IllinoisIHrt thoroughly! understands: his business, \ \I *.;..\ XAStJFACTCKERaAN-D AND DEALERS !!I"L'

tt 1M under which cotton U now beingcarrl'd. will be gratifying news to Pcursioaiats \- :rd they guarantee to shoe any horse -

seems to point to the conclusion and lovers of serf bathingto to prevent interfering and ask that : ::_ LUMBER, LATHS,

that the time is rapidly: ; com that any animal thus troubled be brought ,
_ know that the improvements [
i use ing of when screws cotton and stowed requiring without only ordi the losses, through and having this secret suffered understanding great half been under way during the win- to them. If they cant Stop it theysay / Hi/ED CYPRE SllI mS"J'I:: ;::I IgL ;J

nary labor shall be and limiting of work hereby demand ter a; the Life Saving; Station will!! they will not charge for the work. iZ :":
PEXHACOI.A. FLA
Treated Like Every Other Commodity a restoration of the conditions be completed before the month it out, .
19u2.Ve the fullest lines of - ---
existing prior to Nov. ;J. Jacoby keeps -- -
which is stowed by the same class awl patrons visiting.the island during
\ demand that your organisation pickles, chow-chows, olives; put up in
of labor-that is to say, by labor and its members either agrees or the summer will be better taken care.
which does not require so greatan the most attractive bottles in the city. COAL AD WCD.WE
Mates where it disagrees with the of than ever before. I
amount of skill a,* to entitle it
following! principles: Two large bath houses have been
to call itself "skilled laIHr"-in other t'irt-T..at the employer has always I While There is Life There is Hope. EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE
words, why should there be any difference built ono sixty feet i in length; fur gentlemen -.
the right to direct where the em I was afflicted with catarrh; could
between wages paid for the ploye shall work. and one fifty feet for ladies; THIS WINTER THAN EVEK FEFUIE
labor employed for stowing of oil in neither taste nor smell and could hear
Second-That the employer's orders between the two will be ,the office in
barrels, cotton seed cake or meal, but little. Cream Balm cured t'Marcus SEND US YOUR
must be carried out, no matter which will be kept snits and where : Elrs ORDERS NCW
molasses or staves, which are put
whether the employer or his agentis ... Uathway, X. J.
} with the of such valuables be left with the attendant -
away use any a member o your organization or nay .Cream Bam! reached me safely and Thompson Olsen cS C .
s f thing as coaon screws or equivalent ?
& not. who will l give a check for the ,,
l tools; round cotton which is also the effect is surprising. My son says
Third-That we are the: only parties same entrance to and exit from the I
F, put away witnout the u!'p of screws, to determine the character of the the first application gave decided re Manresa Street, Telephone/ 1'+;.
1 i and square: hales or cotton when stowage of cotton to be done ines- bath rooms will be through the office lief. Respectfully, Mrs. Franklin Free- ---- i ia g=g i i i __LB_ _li 8i L Ji -j Jmr =
FFh stowed without the use of screws or where wrapping paper will be provided -
s 'ls consigned to us, and that, consequently man Dover, N. H. ESTABLISHED 1862.
I. Tik tobacco in bogheads when similarly the employe never can and all bundles! done up by the
Stowed? The Balm does not irritate or cause -
1 i have the right to say what shall be attendant.
I- w Why should we be compelled to recognize sneezing. Sold by druggists at 51* McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
the character of the work done. These buildings will be immediately I
dmcrences which do not exist ,
Fourth-1 hat the employer has aright cents or mailed by Ely Brothers, ;36)
.4 t qi, ? Are we to understand that tho behind the high bluff to the eastwardof e -01ALIEl in- .1
to expect for the wages agreedupon Warren street, New York .
Lr, li men arc to claim the right to stow the station and between them and
I as much work as can reasonably!
ships which do not belong to them
lie done: during the hours of work the Gulf, on the crest of the bluff, is BLOODY FIGHT Ship Chantey and General Hardoiare
in a manner wuich is not agreeableto ; ,
: the owners 01 ihe ship? Are theyto agreed upon. erected a pavilion! one hundred and I THIS AFTERNOON.A .
arrogate; to themselves the rignt You are hereby notified that if twonty-fi\e feet in length by fourteen 60S AND 005 S. PALAI-'UX BTUKKT.
-
Nov.
the conditions existing prior to
..
i' at all times to say whether they will ;!, i-t'::!, are not restored by the Gilt feet in width in which will be placed. negro man named Elmore and a ... -- AGENOY --

oi' or will not screw cotton in the ships? of April I'.i'i: ';!, we the undersigned tables and chairs for picnic parties or I woman named Rorsey struck the )IH> REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S BOM* CO.!
The rules in effect today practically GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. BUSHEL HON'S PUMl'H.?
,t mean that they do claim this right, Steamship Conference and outside in which meals will be served.A lice station early this afternoon, l loth

. by making it almost as expensive to steamship vessels agents consigned will to us cease until workon such substantial plank walk has been having a number of scar on'their !:ISSFH {crier 1 Hale! Bill, Builctl InstrBCiscts/ IfcirU, licktrt, toCOMPASSES. \

1' hand!-stow: cotton as it is to stow I time as matters in uispute can be built intersecting the main wharf leading faces. They had been in a fight andit IjOGS. KTtt.
tp cotton with use of screws.pretensions .
4+ ? These result in puttinga I amicably sct..ed, reserving to ourselves from the boat landing on the west seems tried the mutual disfiguringof ; C. McKensia Oertin;? Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevole A'lation. I

tax on commerce which is not justified i I the right to employ such labor !leading direct to the bath houses one another's face. Both wore : I? .
as be. wining to perform the
and which really demoralizes may fresh water wells have been sunk charged! with fighting and will be tried I II -
I work required 01 them without any '
(, the men themselves by making each of the onerous conditions at present and excellent! water found, which will I tomorrow. THE GARDEN SECTION: [
I I man do less than he honestly can
{4 a imposed "y your Associations! both be used for both drinking and bathing
1 do for a rate of which surely
)pay
Ei this !)
and thro'isli
officially we pjnw es.J'r. LITTLE BUSINESIN a- OI'oPensacola
( everybody will concede is sufficiently
know secret understanding; as to
1 high and attractive. Charles Burton, well-known to CIRCUIT COURT.
To remedy the evils under which limit. There little business transacted- Fl orida
Ihe unuerMgnpu also reserve the er'rr"i iitor to the Island will be in was .

the commerce is suffering, :. right; in case the demands herein charge, assisted by a lady attendant ed in the circuit court this morning,

I r wit The Ship Agents Made Demands should be refused, to make other and and ladies and children will! receive only a few cases having been called)) Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
t as per letter: now demands on and alter the date
... every attention. and dales fixed for trial. Its! expected -
New Orll'anll.pril 2, 194' :. mentioned.The .
$bit
i Screwmen's lUwvolent Association undersigned demand a full be\cra! visitors are already locatedfor that real business: of the session Beautiful Lots for Sale.

o and Screwmcn's Benevolent day's work for a full day's pay, and a stay of some time and on the I will be taken up tomorrow morn

11 a 11 Association No. 1 (Colored) New nothing; short of this will be tolerated 2;th the visiting; irembers of the I. in;;. 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, according
f;' Orleans, La.: Dear Sirs-\\' >, th.>. \Ve have put up with this condition I
O. 15. B. will be entertained. A chow-
,v, undersigned, being well aware of the since November, 1902, and will not I II A Man. to location and surroundings.
r' I existence of a secret understanding stand! it any longer.; Yours truly dor! and tine dinner will be served for I Thoughtful

1,Ii : which has resulted in the limitingof : I (,IIAH..,S SlODDAKT.Chairman I two ]kindred, \ I )1.\1.: Austin of Winchester, Ind., Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful new,

the work of the men employed in New Orleans Steamship Knew what to do in the hour of need. High, Dry Fertile Lands.

/ ; t ; stowing cotton in vessels in this I (.onferenee. For liver troubles and constipation His wife had such an unusual case of
f .
- -- ------- There's nothing better in creation stomach and liver trouble physicians The grandest opportunity for investment eve

i L [ M'CiT.O Q.f I ae n h Than Little Early! Risers, the fatuous could not help her. He thought of cffered in Pensacola.
.. D_w.w / )4 en every I and tried Dr. lain,'s New Life Tills

Cares a Ccl \i.iOn':Dv,Grin ,". ;"'..yS 0. ', :?7 -' box. 25c little pills. and the got relief' at once and was I Rome Seekers Should See These Lots

Little Early lti=ers are different finally cured. Only 25c: at W. .\.

from all other pills They do not I D'AU-mbortc's\ drug store. 121 S. Pal
A. V..ClubbsCorne.
CctCCC+ C.ccccccccccccccccccccccccccc.cccccTHIS
w YV weaken the system, but act as a tonicto afox street. .

the tissues by arousing the secretions ,. Garden and Bru Streets.

f i M 1a and restoring the liver to the E. W. PEAKE,

J A SP I full performance of its functions naturally I I
ACEv F.O. BRENT, WM. ir KSOWLKH! W. K. HYKIt. JR., J, H, KEEEITesldPnt. .
!' : So. SO south Palafox !street keeps '
llargis' Pharmacy, John VlOH-PretlddDt. Cktbler. Aes t Ci'ti.
I f A call bell wires and all kind ofi I

r, A v i' Sheppard, Sidney Kahn.A f electrical, supplies. Have him do I '

:A A A ...WILL BE... :v v: FRIENDLY REMINDER. your work. Call phone :03.: first I National T :BanlOT


v PARKER'SHAIR
Hereafter for all reading notices of I Y BALSAM :

J $ OCCUPIED lairs, festivals, plays suppers: : balls, CI.d ftmiutet toil. Q"&nl 11111.01" growth.i.vcr Hit hair.I. I! FEN iLCOL& FLA.iDimaoroiteti .

( dramas, elocutionary or any other : Fills to Lecture Or7
1 A VA q r tar to lit Youthful Color.
A. Com v&p d wAMi* Mtr ruhnt.br I : :
v | kind of entertainments given by ..,,4l.. u I)"," .011
A Ni v I churches, societies, lodges or individuals I W$. H, KOV7LF.S
: .BY AN... : where an admission:: is charg- D. G. P.RENT
I
4 V I ed or merchandise or other things Pretty :
i j

I A V VJ I are sold there will be a charge of 5 kmSTWe! i Ex bB B :
; iAe Announcement v i cents a line for first insertion and 2'/2: i n n n i u ; :I

cents a line for subsequent:: insertions. Easter I II

; wA V V I{ Obituaries and .resolutions: of re-i I I 1' iru-y oar own Kills of Exchange on Great" EritH ;' 'ul'

R v spect will come under this: same rulIng I I Germany, !France Anstrla, Italy Holland Spain, Eelfflun qQ,--iI, *tvay

I = ...OF... : |i I also. I II Cards! I Sweden Decmtrfc and other European cou trles,
4 v 1
v I I + (&'Vasaela DUbared upon the Moat F&orrbe Tercis at.f ltl3Oslljfatlons
t w v Makes a Clean Sweep. I' Taken Payable at Port of esiipaUon Ten or y.-'.' t W;
R j There's nothing like doing a thing Every Color, of the Rainbow lifter Vessel Arrives her..

BRAWNER'S thcrouchly.;: I II
r Of all the Salves you Especially the vivid), handsome colors

A YR I ever heard of, Bucklen's Arnica Salve : that symbolize: the spring.It's [t l'aafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
4 t V with which we have a PriTa partment for the usa
the best. It andcures
4 its sweeps away .
Vv I a pretty custom to remember
j Burns Sores Bruises, Cuts Boils your friends during the beautiful I of Renten.
Nit : .# NEW .# : I(ulcers, Skin Eruptions and Files. It's Caster season. -
vi I
AA v jonly 23c, and! guaranteed to give These cards will help you to do it DR. KING'S PEOFESSIO CABD3.

| satisfaction byV.. A. D'Alemberte, well. M .. -- .

[druggist, 121: S. Palafos street. Thy run in style from the simplest TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR W. C. ROWE M. D-
,
Store t I to the most elaborate, and all THAT COLD.
i I
Department VY bear verses expressive of the time. Office: 17* 8. PaUfoi. .
| The street cars stopping in front of TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. wP-a
HODn from!* to 1:1): I, m. and 1
: Jacoby's make it convenient for tha!| The Prices are quite reasonable, Cures ConsumptionCoughs

i ladies. They will find what they want i ir (from 3c to $1.00. and after o'clock:
Colds Bronchitis
'without bout further !I We have a number of little things Asthma, Phono GO.

I suitable for Easter Presents, too.Ii. PneumoniaHayFeverPleurisy -
! I OPENINGY :I

i CARPENTRY AND I 1, Sore, LaGrippe Throat Croup Hoarseness and, JOHN S. BEARD,

,
Y vA 1 ELECTRICAL WORK ; J. M. GOE'S Whoopir:: Cough. A TTOR.'EY-A T-LA T. .
,
SATURDAY APRIL 11. aK Rin? np P"Arl A Do'lvc. phnnp fun, : r o CUi1E. riO PAY. I Offlce309 Thiesen Kaildir.g.
NI w if von have any cart't''tc.r r>r e-l.octri.j BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, Price SQr "r.>1 il. 7i"il cfTTLESFREE Offlee Hoars-8:30 a. ffi. to ip.x'

Yxxat cal work ;you want! well done
I II 203 South Palafox Street, Cteantngladted skiria aua water 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p.m.

.I I txl} :7x 1 tat} ttt .). :)) ...a)))>,.)')))> >R a)t)lla.T M See Hudgins' new label.- .] PENSACOLA, Fla. .fry.s one of o-.r !9p"cialu ji. Star Latin All Practice bnilneu in entrusted all state Md to me federal trill' rent cog-j

I V prompt and dtlgeni UentioQ.
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THE DAILY NEWT. ..PENBACOLA FLDRIDA.WEDNESDAY
APRIL 8,1803. ,

d
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CAPT. HERNANDEZ IN

CHARGE OF MONARCH.: i ,
: r
BUDWEISER I r +t
Captain Hernandez reached Pensa I

cola this morning from Philadelphia! : I'i t 1.'

Biscuit and today assumed charge of the I J: ; i
The Standard of Excellence r ; t
tug Monarch which will sail tomorrow !

with a coal-laden barge for Calve o. : holds q f t l llh
'
The tag will hereafter be r. ..(0 -

Sense 'egged! in the Galveston trade. .. .. first place ;; ..j ti *j

in? up the work formerly held by .'"

Pensacola. and has for ;

Capt. Hernandez went to Philadelphia : 1

Yon know Uneeda Biscuit by the Royal purple and white packagewith for the purpose of delivering the : 28 years. T !
steamer Echo and '
barges ESde! and
the In-er-seal trademark on the ends- In that
\arkand to new owners. Ha pilotedthe I

Echo to that )port I j
That's the Sense of SightThose o __ ___ ___

TILLMAN WAS INDICTED : tz r rt

TODAY. 1,310OOOOOO have been sold j { 4J
who want fresh, clean, wholesome biscuit buy Uneeda BiscuIt .

in the airtight In-er-seal Package Columbia, S. C., April 7.; -The grand florethan all other beers combined' t1 j )4 li: .


That's a Sight of Sense jury against today James returned H. Tillman a true, charginghim billa It.has rightly earned the title i 1 n4-- c, Y I

with the murder o'f X. G. Gonza- ; = .
"King of Bottled i
( Everybody who tries Uneeda Biscuit likes them. They please the les in this city: last January. Beers. _. < <.1': '

In the indictment returned by the ,
the
palate-satisfy appetite. Ortler prnniiulr tilled by 1 r'
grand jury also oeurs a charge of ALFRED MOOG Wholesale .
; Dealer Pensacola. ,
,)
That's the Sense Taste 1
J of carrying concealed weapons. Tiilman's .(0 '.'
case will be called nest Monday. S Y p t
]t


,.)r j So it's common sense to,buy COUNCIL WILL NOT THIS MEET EVENING Maritime. J ,. Ii, !t.IOI1 ... ,


.
Contrary to reports, there will be Arrived.

no meeting of the city council this Asuncion de Larrinaga Br ss, 2C93! Contractor and D ilder. 1- tFI .
UneedaB evening. The councilmen were serv- Kramer, Portland to Gulf Transit Ctt.I I ITe ; !;t' ,

ed with notice for a meeting this \'lotdale, Br Ss 233S;;:: Crooks, Tani-!{ PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND { ''i '

morning but the mayor said such no- pico, to Gait Transit Co. ESTIMATES
FURNISHED AT'
tices were not isued by his direction. Prospero Hepetto, Ital ship, 1181, '
SHORT NOTICE ot .< jt +' +
: It is understood the meeting has been Schiappacape: Genoa to order
7 First-Cla.s Work Guaranteed .
and t
h delayed because the franchise committee Cleared. '

iseuit was not ready to report. R'is sch Antarcs. .,15: LoclmcscU by References furnished. I I'+. r

II .Baars & Co for Parapol with 20nji! tit 1:.\-l' IXTKXOnXCIA ST .. ; l ll.

NO MEETING OFPUBLIC s ft lumber lr. It.))O s ft sawn timber, ,:

SAFETY BOARD. 9,171 c ft hewn timber, valued at PEARL & DOLJVt -
,l. 1 .
$1,2SG:!
Call on them at the corner of Gar .! r
NATIONAl..Bl UIT COMPANY There was no meeting of the Boardof den and Alcaniz streets for + 1 !'
Public this VESSELS IN PORT. carpen- ,
'" Safety morning. A
terjand: electrical work,or phone 600. .
meeting was In prospect but there ; r. : 4
>
was no necessity of a Session, so none:: SteamShips.Culgoa. -- iI ,

was held. Every member was at Am. ss :2170! Doyle, New ..SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL > -1} {

WEEKLY HCIIEDULB I THE BLOOD the city hall at the hour the meetingwas York to U. S. Navy. s.5 i .

LODGDIRECTOI1Y FOB STEAM DITI3IONI'H.VSACOIiA I Cannot remain pure if the liver Is called, which was at 11 o'clock. Cairncras, Br ss, 1331;; Gibson, Vera Irf .l
'inactive. One function of the liver is
ELECTRIC TEllSU\AJ Cruz to Sutherland-Innis Co.
KNIGHTS orp XTHI AS. It.ULWAY COMPANY to filter the impurities out of the THE ALABAMA WILL SAIL Durango, Span 55, Quintana, 2297:! ;, OMON'S.HARD

blood. Malaria, or other germs and OUT TOMORROW.A ::
New Haven
to Sutherland-Innes
Co
!Ii Trftlni Leave Pen..cola lor the Lill>
,p '.ac'Jla L)'he. () 3, K.f I'. matter cannot remain in j-L
iUyoa.Hif IayonWarringtoaNavy Ybt poisonous +
Dorothy, Am ss, 1C2J::: McDonald
mean every Monday even. 11311"ort Har.IUlcal atevto.m.arrtveatFort i the system when the liver is acti\e. pilot has been asked! for the battlebhip to U. S.
at 7:30: lit Caitnil. Barranca T:15a.n Navy
the"'.OIl.Blount--third floor.Watwa IO.IAI a.m.arrive at Fort Karrancai 10:'t a.o 'IIEl'-\TICtR.\: the best liver tonic.It Aiahama early m the morning Ester, wed ss, 1CS5: Hormlahl, Gulf- '
; lurp.m.arrlveatFort;\ Karranoai l:.)F.RhiIII will aid the liver in its work of Hint usacl will Tor ;' ,
an
.101! ..aq hrvttiren! cordially p.m.arrive fort Karranc&i e:1: p Ill go out a practice port to ]II. Daars & CoCarlwoori
.. LYIK. : p.tn. rrlvt at Kort Karranoai ':00 D a elimination; it will tone up the blood of several l days. It is expectedthat BRICK
J. \ : '5l\l p.m.arrive at Kort Barranoai 8:46 p.1I I'r fs, 14SO, Drown, Havana
HOR"LltR.Je.RK. li.A 8. Tri'ai.. : weave Fort Unrranaai lor fe&ta: and keep it normally alkaline. It is this ship will stay in the gulf to Sutherland-Innis Co.
cola tIil.ia the best blood purifier and constitution 'mtil next Tuesday, but this statement
.m. arrive at Hensacola___ 8:00 a, n I'ran15SIJan: ss, Kchevarria, ?
U.ulrm 1.., i:00) p.m. arrive at Pttnsaoola- X:4fi p.c i' L
TuP4dny evening at 7:111.: > at 6:oo p in arrive at Fensacola,___ 6t5pn- druggists. I Greenwich, Br ss, 18C3, Cobb, BelIze vt '.
nrni r i'alafox: and Garden 7:%p.m.arrive at PeneaeolaT:4t t.
: .:v KnlRhtsconlmlly Invited.J.ALnrBTJ0HNaoN '5:45. p.m.arrive at Fennaoola_ Ms.x MEETING OF THESTREET to C. C. Mengel Co. AL\\TAYONIIAND L\\ ,
"htor.1..lonlyFABI OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine i Katendrccht, Dutch BS, Teensina, y
.'\' C. C. : FOB W'I&JI: : OATS, CAR EMPLOYES.An .
.. ,t H. Vera Cruz to \V. S. Keyser & Co.
Poniacola: to Fort Barranoai and relorn M: them. I
oysters today. Try
HuQcacola to Navy Yard and retprn- Inchkeith, Br ss 2419, Major Bostonto .HALF.
j fa; iaoola to 1'almetto Beaoh and recrn :. NIC APOSTLE. important meeting of the conductors .. ..
lath'', .n. I4ldp. No. 3O. K. or P SUNDAY ICHIDUDI.Wb : :. Gulf Transit Co. i'I
and motermen of the street
,
1\ ,_II.K No At, .Knihts of <>Q wri..tbdr permits the running c NAVAL STOKK4 M AH k!+/''. Mortlake, Dr ss 1726:: Nicolle, Tam- I.I I.- a ,'. t 1
t \ "-\'"ry Tliur d"v even- open coaches. railway system will he held at the -TO- .I i r ,
"i tbelrastle halt,on pico, to Gulf Transit Co.
:" ." tat+OIl bUlldlog, outh- Leave Feniaoola.a.m. LT Fort 10 Barraawit a. m.lit. Imported Daily for The SCTbj. regular time and place tonight. The Marylands, Br SS, 1C1G, Breedle\ "
i tt t ant garden street matter of the contemplated trolly ONE MILLION nr.j
m. n
m.1p.m. t
Union Naval Stores CO.
11 -t- corrtiiillv tlcomud. Portsmouth to Keyscr & Co
It. ALLMON, 'l1m party and other business will be called. :
F03IS.WW :
L'. C. Ip.m I p.m, Nith, Br SS, Sturenhen, 14 S3, .
,
Ip.m p.m. ______HID H__ __l5 W liP I
a a: ell..m pm, WO____._ 8 iiO 0X .__..____. 2 :0 Kingston to Rix M. Robinson

(Ip.m.p m. fp.m tp.no,, ____ S'00 I F... _,__......210 A LESSON IN HEALTH. Irene, saved ss, 1421:! Boyessen, Get Our Prices Before '* I ,#

I.00, F.Kvili FABl yOB 8UHDAT M.34uaD..1). : Healthy kidneys filter the impurities Tampico to \\'. L. Wittich & (0.llhemina '
feniaooiato pr$1arranoaNary K _______ s _...._._ 20;) 9 I ,
\lrd! Ind rIIlara _____ from the blood, and unless theydo \\ Br ss, 1CS2::, Done, Tam-
'.... thfeciaooia t__"'__ 2 K5 r 4 below_._ :: 05 '
l'fJIf' No. 4 to Palmetto Ceioli: aaa Purchasing.Capa '
'inaiTH TUBFINTIAI-&I pico, to fix M. Rubinson. :
-, I 1 : Inv evening at 7W: at r..urR.-_____ lit this good health is impossible. J
:, tt.,1,t Intt>u !
",111111'1', In"t..d. See Hudgins new style of label. and will all New Haven to Keyser & Co Fl F
1 ..t It' IAN-UN: N. 0.S positively cure

", -tarv.. -- --- -- SOUTHERN U [ Try The News'WANT forms it strengthens of kidney the and whole bladder system.disea\\"'.. Carana. Ital ship.CosIa Ships. 14SS, Cape ity! 50,000, Daily. kjE; '; 'f

The Beer 1 \. D'Alembertc, 11:! South Palafox Town to II. Baars & Co. ,

street. Am ship Konnobcck, 19H6.:: Lane, .Illr
'1 .
That ). \ Boston to John A. Mcrrltt & Co. I
Made
I CONCEALED WEAPONS. Indus, Ital ship; Oneta, 1111, Marseilles 1cMi11an Briek> Go i fi .
'i Tlicsc tiny Capsules sresupcnon'f (Montgomery Journal.! ) ,

tl j i ,? \!tR rA 'uij i a C-bol,Ih; 1wnI"* loDe!:' Injections.O alba; ,. @I: Writing to a Chicago: paper a citizen Oddere to, Rososco Nor ship Bros., Sars, 1S60, Durban Pine Barren, Fla. ,, '
law making
advises enactment of a -
1:1:11: ,. .i- They cnre 5u48 hours the to F. 0. Howe & Co :

s..me dlseeaM without: Anyir1 ou.tench ..;, the finding of concealed! weaponson Saga, Nor ship liana 1224.:: Montevideo ::41'j; :

1:0VIC1'ORIA::- To ail of the : ";01.ggyuvi'! ;Cst: a person known to be a professional to master .
parts country.The -" -......... criminal a penal offense.In :
Barks. 91":
some states this is made a pen.I

.' Southern Express Company rt =GOLAYQ al offense for the first time, and in Advokat Schiander, Nor blc, :Mad-:

'..''E nom 1IU\VJXO CO others the offense begins at the sec sen-, Algoa Bay to order .

M-r ld-CE\T: BOTH BKKKIN receives, and and valuables forwards of all freight descriptions Grist and Corn Meal l Mills i ond discovery of the weapons. Aviemore Nor bk Hanson, 1043. NICK'S ,
money
The enactment of such a law the Rio Janeiro! to order 1

10WVDANNHEISSER to M parts of the country, 3. p. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop, Chicagoan argues will be of very Ital bk Aniellina, 80::. Maniace, Marseilles

BROS with connections for Canada, Mexico Uanotiotcreri great value to cities, for it would to to II. Itaars & Co.

Havana, Cuba, European points, CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GUOL'U a great extent prevent highway robberies Enrichetta Accame, Ital bk 9D3;;,
i''lv.- >MK. .I
THE CELEBRATEDL etc. STOCK FEED. and make them a thing of the Tassino, Genoa, to S. S. L. Co RTAAT : j
;
l larpcr Vteley.H. The Southern Express Company every Pklroniie reason Home jon tbonld Indnitry boy roar, for Me..lant there it past. lie further recommends that Birma, Nor bk, 939, Hanson, East

operates on 3JAk, )) miles of first- Utook feed from the Home Manufacturer home indus until the law is passed police! justices London to order. .
for by 10 doing yon encourage w
: L.. :i-.--\i\i\ :s. Palafcx street class routes, and in connection with and Iry.you Yonr In money torn are U left Indirectly In the oommnaUi benefited should in all cases:: where persons arrested Carlo P, Ital Ik Bone, 16'3100'; 1 E

F..r. ,- the Adams Express Company, on In fostering tbe home manufacturer you: are known to be professional tevideo to order
: Union Depot. '
"e-Op.; eontrlbateto the caule or labor. Yon: owlito criminals, impose:: the maximum fine Dorotea, Aust:: ss 1781; Scopinich, DAILY MENUS It, j .
P'I' !'"x :M. Pensacola, Fla.I" through way-billli, with throughcars community In which you live ao( t ,
whloh contributes to your lapport. for carrying concealed weapons.! Charleston to \V. S. Keyser & Co. +

"Iei! 116-2es and through messengers, perform The habit of "packing" loaded gunsis Gregona ItaJ bk, Olivari, 841, Ten- Comprise all the Upto"t -
- a unified service, constitutingthe Date Dishes the M U- a ,
deplorably prevalent, and unfortun- eriff to order -
:..f'. : :: s. the ;Best I /or 5C. largest system of the kind in ately large numbers of the criminal Lady Penrhyn, Nor bk, Andersen, kets of the World : ".

- the world. .- classes are favored in the transgression 773, Savannah to order Afford i 1I :
t ,
BUY THE Money Orders are sold at all IHARPERWHISKY by the police.In Minerva, Hal bk, 093. Chiesa Cape

agencies of the Southern Express civilized communities there is absolutely Town to order.

MJj ...I Company at reasonable hours. Re- no necessity for concealed Mary A. Troop, Dr bk, 1118, Walley, Ladies' Private ( 4ft a

The habit could easily be Santos to order. H1M, J
t JHTSEWING! weapons.
E ceipt is given and money is refunded Dining Parlor.
j SV* wiped out by the police and especially Rolf Nor bk Torgensen, 1170; Cetteto J
if order is lost.
in the case of profesional law- Master. .
This is the cheapest way to send Ital bk, Lauro, 809, Naples t ,
MACHINE breakers and the change in the law Thomas,

small remittances by mall or other. sugegsted is a salutary one, as these to master Regular Dinner Daily

,. 'std! who ml- wise. fellows are always'' armed with the Schooners. (: I SI it
E. W. FOWLER,
j .*,"' 't I"U :"t'win Alaehiuo fur purpose of murder if interfered within Dona Christina, Am sch, 1C5, Axel-
h" :J' .k'i.\ ors mal'l hinocnn Agent, Pemaccla, Fla. their nefarious plans. son Coatzacoalcos to order. Short Order Promptly 't, { 1 # j

'. .. .-ufr.nlustrauvofour fn.m$15.wto i t 1S.UO. Branch Offices liV Mabel Darling, Br sch, Sweeting Filled. Night or Day j
J. B. Roberts, Depot Store. GOOD FOR CHILDREN.The .
\lri ltUlI Town to master r ,
[ A Dunmore 's
VARIITY.
'
T. Jas. Hansen! Cor. Alcanli and harmless qr "
' HOME pleasant to take and Governor Blake, Br sch, -, Grand 'w f
'MriV IS THE BEST. Gadsden.J. ir Something Good to Eat i
'"1 iorni'mca! One Minute Cough Cure gives imme- Cayman, to Jno. A. Merritt & Co you wish,you'll find it at 'v. .
:
", the f-trcngth or E. Williams, Cor. DeVilHera and
11,7" 'M < f :fvwins; Machines. The diate relief in all cases of Cough, Gardiner B. Reynolds, Am sch 331

!.. 'Uh" Ftyd lUhin..l..d w ith other Jackson.Sol Croup and LaGrippe because It does Anderson, LaGuayra to order. Nick Apostle'sPopularJRestauranL +. AJ

t... .,' i t ,' N makes the New Home Cahn Cor. Palafox and Into A DELIGHTFUL BEVERAGE not pass immediately Into the stom- Richard A. Bingham, C9, Merritt, tJ
\
\\W' lIad ,
lIe Wbuy.fJ dencla. -J
'... ach, but takes effect right at the Belize to C. Mengel:: & Bros i j
\ !' f IR UULf1r1 C ho1linjt the dIr- A SAFE STIMULANT seat _of the trouble. It draws out
I.j \ fren111)1011 uI
,
v; -y s FewingMtchin: ..,t I: SEND YOUR ORDERSto the inflammation, heals and soothes Mrs. J. R. Keeling and two childrenleft PAMMM .

.... -'anltrhesttikrepurch.singis Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or A GOOD MEDICINE and cures permanently by enablingthe on the noon train today for a 1FF rt

I E l Ei !laBEiti'N6 MACHIN& 60 electrical work. Repair work a For Bale byDannheisser lungs to contribute pure life-giv few days visit with her sister, Mrs. + .

\' 01iH1:[. Miss specialty.Good lag and life-sustaining oxygen to the Schockney, of Muscogee, Florida. Hot French Waffles i .
, : :N'1., "',;'-\1:.",lit,.\tant"! .(;11., Bros. Hargis' Pharmacy, with ,, .' r
.. blood and tissues. Florida Cane
::'i.. ..n}'r.lndst'al Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per Syrup atSolomon's. 4.i
Kahn. Up-to-date people read The Newi.
John Sheppard, Sidney
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THE'DAfLY NEWS. PEN8AC0LA.. FLORIDA WEDNESDAY. APRIL 8,1903

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called a halt on Great Britain in \ en- CURRENT COMMENT.The j Oldest and Largest

: ezulea. These two acts are worth more Chicago Chronicle (Dem.) Talk this over with your doctor. If he West Florida.Agency in

: than all that has been spoken and says: "The sages of the republican

; party say we cannot hope for lower Pectoral is all right
for
doctrine
_written about the Monroe tariff by reciprocity treaties becausethe I says Ayer's Cherry (ESTABLISHED 15rg.

z. Entered at the Post Office at Pen- three-quarters of a century. industries affected by the reductions -

second'class matter.. made by treaties rise in their for your hard cough, then take it. Lowell..:;.
;. teola, Fla., While the good roads movement is might and call a halt on the senate. I

't Pitta Building 2113{ gaining in strength to such an extent If these few industries control the Ifoooiles Bros
OFFICE ,
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elsewhere this city might catch senate, how about the many that ,
; (Moth: Palafox street, up-stairs. would be affected by a revision of NEW SCHOONER FOR TAKE NOTICE.To .
the Inspiration to a good
get up the tariff by its friends? And how PENSACOLA TRADE whom it may concern:

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. streets and sidewalks movement. about a system under which a few in On and after this date all Resolu INSURANCEAND
Some[ tang ought to be done with dustries admittedly shape legislation Bath Me., April 7.-The three-
masted schooner Doris launchedat lions, Cards of Thanks, Excursions or
-Term: Invariably in Advance. the dirt road at the lower end of. which ought to be in the interest of: was
all the people? No relief from trust the yard of F. S. Bowker & Son Entertainments to whicn an admission -

One Year bj mall.$5; 00 Palafox street sheltering duties can be expected'\ in Petersburg last Thursday. The Is charged, and simi'ar notices,

Six Months 2 50 from a party whicn upholds such a Doris was built for parties in Pen- will be charged for at regular edver-
They have strict ideas with regardto
sacola for which port she will sail.
system.
ODe week by carrier, payable Mon church duties in the town of May- Her tonnage is 3S2. Her masts are in tii.ing! utes. REAL ESTATE
day 10 The President began his western
bee, Mich. The other day a man of position and she will go to sea this ,
trip on All Fool's Day. The Baltimore -

Advertising Rate Furnished on Ap the name of John Stecher was so unfortunate Sun (Dem.), taking note of that week. PICNIC. 300 South Palafll;;[..trcet

plication.TELEPHONE as to die in that town. He fact, says: "With the national convention A Great Sensation. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the B. of

had lived there for years and was believed comparatively near, Mr. Phone 22. pES3A
L. E. will give a picnic April :!Sat
Roosevelt doubtless will combine business There was a big sensation In Lees- on ;UtF &,

NO 118.PEI8AOOLA to be a good citizen. .He had with pleasure, for he is not ripe, Ind., when W. H. Brown of that Magnolia Bluff. Tickets 25 cents.
i
burled his wife and seven children in likely to get another opportunity to place who was erpecled:) : to die, had Trains will leave union depot at 2:30p. I -
the churchyard, and naturally desired reach so many ears before the presidential -I
election rolls around. It has his life saved by .r. King's New Discovery m.I p. m. and 8:30 p. m. a3td GI:. In.Lmxn
e; that in his long sleep he should lie
. l> been darkly hinted that some of the for consumption Hewrites "I:
beside them. For before he
a year most fulsome prophecies made for I' endured insufferable agonies from TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY The
died, however, it chanced that he Mr. Roosevelt's future have come from Equitable
Laxative Rrnnm Tablets
Asthma but your Xew Discovery gateme Toe Quinine
failed to pay his pew rent. Whetherhe men who would rejoice at his defeat! This Blgnature J fy & on every
APRIL 8, 1903 forgot the item Is not stated in the and his real friends have reason to I immediate relief and soon thereafter box, 25c. f'K

hope that this tour begun on All effected a complete cure. Similar Life Assurance
dispatches, but when the funeral cortege Society
Fools Day will not end amid the of OF
cures Consumption, Pneumonia, MATTRESSES ALL GRADES
will note that drew to the church "
The Metropolis please up cemeterywith merry laughter of his foes.
Mr. Stecher's the I Bronchitis and Grip are numerous.It's FROM $1.50 TO 1250. SIXTY Of the United State.
there was an election yesterday up body gates
The Springfield Mass.) Republican -, the peerless "emedy for all throat DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAM!
the found closed and nailed fast. HENRY B. U\in\:
In Michigan, and, as usual, people were An (Ind.), discussing the cotton mill nundt

' were successful.The appeal was made to the church trustees strike at Lowell, says: "The price o! anti ling troubles. Price 50c and |1. NATED FELT MATTRESSES TRY "Strongest in the

but they could not be persuaded. i raw cotton is over one cent a pound ;guaranteed by \V. A. D'Alemberte, ONE. MARSTON & QUINA. World"OUR

Capital City Bank people in They asserted and held to it that I IStecher's higher now than a year ago and two Druggist, 121 S. Palafox street. Trial

Atlanta might call in some of those I cents a pound higher than two years bottles free. SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL -
pew rent was unpaid for a ago. This is one obstacle to grant. OMON'S.A. .
I WARRINGTON
detectives to assist them in AGENCY.
3 Buffalo year and therefore bis body could not ing an increase of wages. Moreover,

t4 finding where all that money is hid- rest in the church burying ground. 'I cotton manufacturing is still a competitive .SEE: ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOLOMON'S. The "
NEWS is
business, and the Lowell mils on sale b) Mrs. M.
den. I C. BINKLEY
Poor Stecher was caried two miles desires his friends Keefe at
alone cannot advance the prices of Warrington, who is aut"-:
away and interred in a strange plot, make themselves and the public to know that he has -5
The political campaign is on over product in an effort to ed to receive and receipt for any ,
in Mississippi. The people of that where he will have to remain, becausehe good without danger of loosing We will laand-rr your spreads foi Moved to Room 508, Thieseu building scriptions. Residents of the i >

_ake their choice of neglected to pay his pew rent, business to other mills! or to other 15 cents each and make tbtm loot where he will continue as heretofore tion be resn..
state can now may now supplied w.th
cotton manufacturing sections. The e..jof
like: uw. Ktar Laundry a jenerallaw practi"e.
floods-one of water and the other promptness with which the Lowell I the paper several hours after tissue ,
THE PISTOL IN SCHOOL.
of oratory. mills met the strike movement by leaves the press.
Principal Harper of the Lowndes- shutting down indicates tnat they are

.laose Sunday baseball games at ville school, in Abbeville county, South in a posu.on where there is not much -

Montgomery are going to get a lot of Carolina was a day or two ago seriously choice between stopping work altogether '! ,! ':!'.@:!'!'!' !'!::!':!':!;!'U'I..O:.!:< 0!,!;I:!'!' '!!'!I!'!'!'!'!'!'!> !'!.!'!' '!' SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SCuOMON'S. .
: wounded with a pistol in the anu going on at higher wages :' u.
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free advertising if the ministers i hands of James Latimer, his seven I It promises to be a long and boot "r v y .

there keep up their agitation againstunday teen-year-old pupil. It appears that less struggle." 1 SEE THE BIG ;:i -

.. ball playing. Principal Harper deemed it necessaryto The Louisville CourierJournalDem. I NOW IS THE TIME TO FUR IS {
certain of his b
punish pupils, young
The police authorities in Mobile Latimer included, in order to main. ( .) says: ")Ir. Bryan speaks disdainfully i't: O eS:1 ...WINDOWS... j YOUR DINING ROOM, AND: MAR

tam discipline. But the boy resisted. of money Money is a:> : STON & QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU
in the front doorsof
succeeded closing
First he produced an iron rod with I needful to political battles. Does Mr. I'WANT IN SIDEBOARDS

the saloons on Sunday, but it is which to fight. When this was taken and hall to real battles. Does Mr. -J For Special I CHINA
i
i .. CLOSETS, TABLES
f. discovered that occasionally the back from him "he drew a self-acting revolver : Bryan think that Mi. Tiltfpn was less .v AND CHAIRS.

Ia I Democrat because he was: a rich __ _
and fired twice. Both shots, u
ajar.
doors are slightly it seems, found their mark. That the'I man? That is the meaning of what he CREX AMERICAN GRASS CARPETS -
If man be not a he j Easter Bargains. 1
".1 I. To all intents and purposes the teacher not young was Latimer's not instantly fault. killed If we was are ]: is says.a Republican.a In Mr. Brpan's pauper vocabulary I AND LINOLEUM, FINEST

t.". I Ij' Unites States is now building the not greatly mistaken this is the sec- Democracy and defeat are ( THING ON EARTH FOR YOUR

! ) Panama canat. To be sure me french ond school shooting that has occurred i synonymous terms. The moment a Three I
Timely Displays of EASTER
. P ., Requisites. A Whole! Window ;; HALL, DINING ROOM OR
Democrat looks: like a winner, Mr. OFFICE.
company is carrying on the work, within a few weeks in South Carolina.In 'I ;,
f Full of Beautiful !
Iit but the United States will have to the other instance, if we remember Bryan begins to hate and abuse him : I RUGS TO MATCH. MARVTOI &
I II
t rightly a scholar was shot by the The boys are mighty tired of it. i iI I POPULAR-PRICED MILLINERY. : QUINA.

::5 pay for it. teacher. I They can see nothing in what Mr. I :': Such as you will pay double for elsewhere! -Prices Range from :;

,. These iucidents would seem to indi- I Bryan U driving at but continued dissension $1.75 to $4.75.LADIES' ,
I Nat Walker and Nat Marion -
When cate that the pistol toting habit: extends hopeless division ar.d certain : C7UKW IS'OTU'l.jp .-,
t r. meet at Tallahassee there will even to the school children and I I defeat. If Mr. Bryan has his way: it i I ...... -

be somethin doin', says the Apalachicola their instructors. The boy of seventeen : is PnoU.er drubbing in 19" ; If he DRESSES AND WALKING SKIRTS.In jNKITHKKtUHCapi: .
j lines! not it. be means to boJtfIPr: ty '; nor eonstg! rr. ? 1
.
get
: .
Times. The proper caper -young Latimer-attended the nil the Popular Materials.There : Ss *iSi3U:. Tfviotdslewill f. rp"
school and engaged in games with his he has lone 'his, both wings of the u for d"lIta oontm-t hr> .'
would be to have a "smoker" for that fellow students, with a pistol in his party will 1 staii'l even, then tnpy may !.' is much to interest you in this Window where prices range .? crew of Bald THbut-l.

: many gnats. pocket. lie was prepared for trouble! get; together. Before that however, .C. FROM $2.00 TO $15.00.Pi1E'd'S !. I Gulf Transit ('0" I !
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or to make trouble, at all times. And some of us will bf'
'.ll The Tampa Tribune says: "Ililli "- yet he is the son of one of the leading r EASTER NECKWEAR AND SHIRTS. :

11 borough's representatives at Tallahassee families of this section His father is..I Salvation Army. I XKITIIKIltbPcfip' ."

. 1 will be among the ablest men a man of considerable means and his Capt. and Mrs. McAllister in charge. f Here you will find Fashions' Latest DietatCepbrat11 Silver S''' ., nor consignees.... l.uryinad iAsuncion <. '

uncle is a senator of the United States.Thf're I Meeting every night at S o'clock and Shirt,. $1.111) Artistic Effects in Neckw.-ir :5w "11.\WI:5" hats rr.pnntbefruebt-
of that body. That is to I
say
august t by (be crew of saill"os..t..
is not state in the ;
I probably a I without .'..111) ,; ,
schoolat an equal $ .
they will be closely associated with also atI p. m. Sunday; Sunday ;, H. L Ki.HI r
.J. union that has a greater number and I Gulf Transit ('0.. t u) '
the delegation from Escambia. more drastic laws en'its statue books : 2:30: every Sunday. All are cordially -- Configners.NEI''llt.lttnecaptamo.n.

directed against the pistol than South I invited. ---'l -&B
W. }. EORBES.i 'l .1 *h
( ..
Carolina. Heavy penalties are pro\id- I .
i With six entries in the mayoralty i ; : nor condlgnm i ol the :Mfcs ,
I'd tor those who carry the weaponson Kstrr: lll b.. .
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re
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race in Montgomery yesterday the their persons concealed, and thereis ,! Try The News' WANT COLUMN. !v : : !'! : i :'! !'! ! i uu. :':'! !'! .'u n.n : :,: .'! for Ufbti contracted *
crew of said ""8.,1.
f two leauiii;; favorite came out twenty a law in force which practically I -- I I .v..i r..M u .u.'H'...v..ik'.. it"'i
votes apart. That mikes it necessary prohibits the saie or otter for sale ot i; ItAAUSAOI... (.'apiii
pistols in the state. And yet the lieutenant I i i l'oolgm. fail
the
for tnem to run race OH'ragain. .
governor of the state walks i iTout I
;E These primary elections afford on the streets of the capital wi I SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SC.
,1 ,
lots of fun. two pistols concealed in his pocket OMON'S.

and, shoots to death a leading citizen I
Some of liryan's supporters are and a school boy of seventeen draws 'j PKOPO3\LSwill I- rcc'nrd! ,
'I Bureau of Snpili-; and AI'(",.
saying _.at oiey wouid rather see his revolver at school and shoots his | Ask Doctorabout Navy ')"I.arlult'ut."a.hilll.toli.I ,
teacher. If the perpetrators of these Iac'ts | ;
most any f'IHIblican-only so he was your j until 12 o'clock( lioon, April II I Ian.i
of Violence were obscure persons I
white-elected president than Cleve I publicly ",,114l 1 mini". '
there would be little room for j .
criti'I' 'tluredfHT, to furiii fr land. Many Cleveland democrats cism. It could lie said that they I <
Yard, Pensacola, Fla., a quicmachine '
h s proved mat they felt just that way not representative of anybody save the good of beer. tools lobs riui-, .
themselves .oth of these pistol !
i about Uryan in the last two cam I nails, hardware, tools, sprui1 ,
,', toters and shooters are nepuews of Ii He will confirm what tell
t. paigns. How are such extremes to t'nited tates senators. They belong 'j we you- 1 timber, mahogany, oak Km-- .
brass, till, iron su-i-l.
meet? to famiaes which, being in the public j i ropp-1
in That barley-malt is a half-digested food, as pipe, pipe fittings, \al.r .t. '!
J eye, ought to set a good example '
I
i
Blank proposals will !h<' furin'on "
A thing is never settled till it is obedience! to the law for ail of the j .
food be. application to the Navy Y.i- :
good as can
the Tillmans and
state.s leaders
So to be treatedto
settled right. we are
;'sacola, Fla., or to the liiin i u '
more of the Dreyfus case in the Latimers are for the time among That excellent tonic. ;i KENNY, Paymaster General I II ..
And hops are
the tore most families of the state. an
.
i !-2C-03.:
France. There was so much falsehood I A''
they tote pistols and are quick on the : ..... .;
ij' concealment and rascality in trkser! That the little alcohol in beer-only 3'\% ; -----

thaw case tnat was not brought out There is a moral in connection with PROPOSALS: FOR STE.i,
I' the incidents to which we have re-' is aid iIXO. Office Quartermasti'i. II I-
J! to i
an digestion.That
trial that it breakIng .
, at the last keeps ferred. of course .t is that laws I rancas Fla.. April 4. I'M.: : S:' ,

r<< out now and then, and will continue that are not enforced are worse than he beer for the weak. 1 posals, in triplicate will I... .

, rl to do PO until the truth is useless. The anti-pistol laws of South prescribes here until 12 m., April 2..,, '

. Known. Carolina are notoriously] disregarded. I placing Steam Heating A''

Nobody< apparently pays any attention complete, in one: set offinr- ,

Now that the supi'cme court of the to thorn. Occasionally] a negro But Purity is EssentialBut j hero. U. S. reserves ru-M! I If i.I i.

who is caught at a crap game and f,I or reject any or all prr>|xi-i
state has decided that dogs are property 1
found with a pistol on his person is 1 part thereof. Informa'.on '

they will have to be assessed for punished but that is about the limit of he will tell that beer ion application. EUV I IIIM-" :
being a sac-
you proposals should tjt- .inni/i
taxes at some valuation Lots of people the enforcement of them. Another ,

point is that the parents are too com sals for St'\tm Hcitiii.v : >
off than
in this city arbetter charine be from
plaisant ith regard to the conduct of product, must protected germs, \ K com. and how about the
they thought : dogcatcher fi 7 t;. 2.: & J'I
their boys. Did ...r. Latimer know April, :
this summerViIl he seize that his son was a pistol totter? and must be brewed in absolute cleanliness. -

take it to the did the the with with
people's property And boy carry pistol Hot Chocolate
,;
1 That it should be cooled in filtered air.
pound and Kill unclaimed dogs as his father's consent? : Whipped Cream at SaloI -
' In place of passing a great numberof
; heretofore? laws, what is needed is a campaign That the beer itself should be filtered. I imon's., -

of education lawlessness 1--
aga.nst
Editor Harris writes a column arti-

H' ce in the Ocala Banner bewailing the and ment acts of the violence laws already, and in the existence.enforce And, as an extreme precaution, every bottle STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

I political non-entity othe South in should be sterilized. .

the naLonal government. lie very MEETING 0. H.
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fully portrays the situation but nevera He'll too that is important for Between Pennacola and Miltonr<
say, age age
A of the Ancient : humlij
word as u> the well known cause. special meeting } HonK Daily I-JCf'I'1:

The democratic party would right Order of Hibernians will be held at brings perfect fermentation. Without it, beer I "

their hall, next Wednesday April "CITY OF TAMP
now rave been: in control of the national on I

government if it had not gone Fth at 7.30: o'clock to make arrange- ferments on the stomach, causing biliousness.When .., Milton n..ham LvPenMr'lal/ + p,,

crazy at the close of ueveland's ad ments for the celebration of Dewey u l'enSttcoia,II J.j am Ar Muto:. 'f

ministration.The Day. he tells you that he has Fsre euc; Round trlpll '" -

practically prescribed Schlitz.
Philadelphia Record (Dem.)
The teams are kept busy at Jacoby's Schlitz beer is brewed with JEWELER IN HIS
says: "Could President Monroe have
today although the store has cot been all these precautions. It is the
anticipated all the endless bable over

his doctrine he might; have paused before i formally opened. He has enough recognized standard all the world / NEW STANDI
though to deliver all goods promptly.
proclaiming it. There were, however : over: because of its purity.

two occasions on which the doc

trine was grandly enforced without I YOUr Liver I r Ask for the have moved my jew I Iry ''. .'*'cll'K

any unnecessary palaver as to its brewery bottling. 120 South Palafox. forn.- v ,
'If
meaning. The first was when Secretary Will be routed to its natural duties I j rtP pied by Bass & Co., and am '
and your biliousness. headache and Ctrl
of Stale William H. Seward quietly better prepared than ever .
constipation be cured it you take WgC *
notified the Emperor Louis Napoleon F F great bargains: in diamond--" : >

to pet out of Mexico. The second Hood's Pills I OpS jewelry etc. Call and .0;' !: 3rd

was when Secretary Richard Obey Sold by all drafts. 25 cents. L. BEAR & CO, Wholesale Agents for Pensacola. let me COD vince you.dTF.PHF.N: ,l.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIOA,'WEDNESOAY, APRIL 8. 1903.


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W. 0. O'NEAL President; M. E. CLARK Cashier '; I
TRANSfERRED AMAZING WEAKNESSON :J. ,
1A CAUGHT AT RANDOM .. J. FOSHEE, ,,-Preaident! ; JOHN miFFER, As 't Cashier. :I 4 f ; j :


TO NEW MONITOR :J) BATTLESHIP MAINETARGET AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKjlUiJIV[ \ )


"I heard
something this evening OF PENSACOLA, FLA. .:. ; I :
that was surprising to me" remarkeda PRACTICE IN WHICH THE 1'' I' : ::

y'E" FROM: LUZON WILL DO DUTY gentleman yesterday. "It was SHIP Designated Depository of the United States. ::1fl: : lr ; 1{ ;
that HAS LATELY BEEN ENGAGED
effort
CN THE FLORIDA.-OTHER INTERESTING form an a combination had Between been made salaried to DEVELOPS DEPLORABLE Condensed Statement at the close of basinet March 20, 19C3 ,1'.1'fl" I J 1: :. r' ,.

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NAVY YARD NOTES. city office candidates and have no RESOURCES. LIABILITIES i J :

announcements in the news CONDITION OF VESSEL AND Loaasand Discount. ; ,:
appear Demand Loans...... ...... ........ .... .... 83.203110 Surplus .. .. .. .... ...... .. .. .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00 ''' i } :
papers. I was beginning to believe SIX WEEK'S REPAIRS ARE NEC- Overdrafts..... .... ....... ....... ...... .... 2,35293 Undivided Profit! ............ .... .,. .. .... 509.39 : 'till\ [ 'f. -
-'* April ..-The gunboat that there was something In it, butI U. 8. Bonds and Premiums... ....... ..... 213806.b7 Circulation...... .... .. .. ...... .... .... ... 125,000.00 "l 1 tw't; ; f t

llar',, 'U/oln' was placed out of comk see that Nee at least Is not in the ESSARY. Stocks securities, etc... ...... ...... ...... 2,625.00 Dividends Unpaid,............ ...... .... .. 54.00 :!J 3 :t h : .
I a. Yard Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6718.48 Deposits ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 621346.81! I :: ''J'. : 's
':"" ,. at the Navy Saturdays combine. Nee comes out in a bland Cash and Exchange............ ... ......... 283,16630 ',; J:1t
'.."a" ab!,")'lt five o'clock when the statement tells his story and then t J"t r (\ f '
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,! commission pennant were stops. The others have not thoughtto Norfolk Va.,-April 6.-The target ,I ? .' 1 ,
r !S. a last time: for long Total.......... .... ...... .... .. .......... $966,910.20 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ....... .... $966,910.20 j t. I J\ ". i
: yii ;te a even hint to the people that they practice in which the first class bat. {
b." In the This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patrouage and we will give ; t f. r i ; i
... f.,.! Two cars were want their suffrage in the public tleship Maine has recently been engaged J.J.I' '
business courteous and careful attention.
prompt :
your :11'
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.. 'i ., officers and men were prints and, while the fact of their off Culebra in the West Indies 't fi

T""..."- i from the ship to the candidacy is known generally, they has disclosed an amazing: structural 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I ;) ; 3 ;: t. ;
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? -T< to New York where most occupy the attitude of 'I am a candidate weakness in the gun positionsand

,C3. -_ -i:;I go to the new monitor but don't care whether you vote in the roller paths of the turretsof f I' .t '1 ; .1-.
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.: ;'..r'h will go in commission. for me or not.: Nee says he realizes that Ehip. This explains the pub "': ; !
:. Lout of commission the that the bird 1 'I., f 'I t ""ll
: 'early catches the lished reports that the Maine is soon P
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;1'i lit' kept In charge of a worm," and he has allowed himselfto to be ordered home for repairs, eitherat I 'If .. !

.-. thrct men Doing employed! believe that by telling the people Norfolk or at New York. The ( !.. '.. H! -1;f ,,,, .j

; '''H.e. early of his candidacy he will standa damage which ,has been done to the I :s-t\(' 1 I'i'r, j: ,- H''1 1,4
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i i. .\ :viral Bradford, Chief of far greater chance of winning out. ship during practice assumes huge ; ; n..>. '. t

:' : Equipment! : has been the And I believe he is right in so thinking proportions when it is considered that A Mnnr \ (;;) A' 5'I 'tt

: ,;. ,r Adcira! Wise this ." such a thing might have happened to 'W 55 llM fJ : '
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"The unfortunate condition of .fohn her! in time of action and made the } "F i iI

.iiL- the first good Siinday serving of main battery almostan .
O'Connor is very sad, for I see he is "
', -! there vas an unusu- unable to leave his home for paralysis imposibility. I I" t. "f:_ ,
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'_. h'liiilifT of visitors at the : ," said an old resident. "Johnwa It appears that in designing: : the .j1 t : ( -

1. M.v.; j p>-oIe; from this place sa power in his day, though, and ship sufficient allowance was not 1 : : f .} ; :-.;
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when he wanted to he could make I I ..f"
i ; 'iifwselves of tne oppor- made for the increased recoil and 'r1i ;/"t'w' ] i" .
the air blue and create somewhat ofa r : t ; ', isT
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: -J': the ships. fiery imagination between the lines whip of the heavy guns with which I __ .L',fl ;'I.:'... I i .'. -" ,..,_.

'i. : :-sy: t 'enias; Mr. and Mrs. of certain articles which were attributed the Maine is armed, and the ship will .r I I",1 iI
.. to him In later days he has TRAVELING IS DANGEROUS. ; '
Installation
i l' r intertaincd a number have to be strengthened by the -i : :
I not lost any of his old-time fire for 4:1.: .11.0 ,
"i'-' ; at their home on Mag- of stanchions and supports ? Constant motion jars the kidneys, I .
several communications his
over ., .
lanes of various kinds signature and that of 'John Daniel' under all the guns and the placing of which are kept in place in the body by I" I, ,!t. ".

","ii ia anti refreshments were as interesting as anything that sturdier bolts in the roller paths the delicate attachments. This is the ". J'' i .

'. :'vpress'-d thf-msclves as has ever fell from his pen. 1 held i paths in which the turrets revolve. reason that travelers, trainmen, street .. : y I fl'! '.. .'1\
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the hope that he Would one day be '
i ,. 1.1 an enjoyable evening. I These matters: have been called to the car men teamsters and all who drive I- '
able to again enter the newspaperfield : : ;
V c present were Mi:.s SuMr. actively but this: latest report attention of the Navy Department by very much suffer from kidney diseasein Our line cf I It': ) ;11 ,> ; :, ;

Aubrey Suraz of I'eh'r. shatters that fond anticipation." cipher code, and it is probable that some form. Foley's Kidney Cure Warm Alpaca, I I-\{ '.f" t ,." I ..11'e

; \: Hatton of Uarrancas. Miss little time will be I lost:: in making re strengthens the kidneys and, cures all Weather: Serge -i. y .,
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Misses "Joseph McCoy Jr., is now regard form of and bladder disease. j. 't' '
Francis kidney
> .1. M'.ss; May pairs. Clothing andSicilian : I. ',
(' r.' ',:.1! Carrie McAlister; Messrs. conductors, with dread, I do believe" The main battery of the Maine con- Geo. E. Hausan, locomotive engineer, is now .:L 1"-t I,,,,I.r I' :" '.

' l.iinl, Norman Suarez, M. said a passenger. "Joe has lately sists of four 12-inch and sixteen 6- Lime, 0., writes: "Constant vibra- vi ready. !,; ; .1. .J.l'I, ..

: ,1.- arid T. S. Couibnurn of \Var- been chosen from the conductors as inch guns; the secondary battery of tion of the engine caused me a great I.' tAn -' ats.. 'IV f ".. I. 11
somewhat of an inspector and all ; .
r ,' 'i eight 14-pounders, eight 3-ponders, deal of trouble with my kidneys, andI 3
f. :
he has to do apparently, is to ride Assortment and :. ., J'1 ,.
I. IIP! andV.. :Gore popular around and see that everything runs eight; 1-pounders and machine guns. got no relief until I used Foley's 1' ;t 1"j i, :

. men and well known ball piny smoothly. His eye never fails to The main battery is by far the most i Kidney Cure." \V. A. D'Alemberte, consisting Vests.Styles. : i i I II- ,i

.' '.i this town, haH signed for th,' land on the registers of cars on whichhe powerful which has been put in any 121: South Palafox street.ANNOI.NCEMENT.. of W i it -i, ." I''. o! .1 'If t .1
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rides, and the ..
>o .e moneytakersthink
. m with the Ire wtun. Ala., team j ship The Cinch guns are fifty calibers ; ,.' 1\ J' !
. he is no more nor less than a'spotter' Crash, Correct, ;t- I' viia
: fft for that place on Monday. in length and particularly lowernil. .. 4 !O t j'l
for the company. If you have Linen, XL ((1 iT i.t J ,I f' f
v' Emma Jones has Ix-en visiting i any doubt of this, just watch how I hereby announce myself as a Flannel Quality I :. ; (: 'i t i'
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I.! Ma.! friends the past week.i.rrhestra the back-end men hustle when McCoy The first time the guns were fired candidate for City Marshal at the and ti and 'r'1 ',' t I
boards a car." election for city officers to be held on : .. : .I.H t.
of the Navy Yard] after being mounted the d'clin the June 2, 1903, and respectfully solicit Home : PricesAlways r- :, i. ''t: f,

; f'jrnish music at the Oath "As Phil Peters would say:' remarked wake of the forward G-inch gun on the suport of the qualified voters of SPun 't ," ; '"+ r l'
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'i next Sunday, and a ran a gentleman. "Postmaster the starboard side of the upper deck Pensacola. THOMAS F. NEC. I Coats and l r #"., I." .Ii! ,. .
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11 i may he cxpc-cteif. Xiirihup has commenced his 'monkey was sprung and the beams and angle ---- Trousers.JOS.. >.. F II
doodle! business already. I note that Right t._ .. :r, \\r q
hill Culgna was lying" irons bent. Nearly all of the gun
be has lately appointed to the gen B. H. FAIRCHILD, I \ : .
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nt wharf this week ,,s fur the yard.\ i most unpopular colored man in the C-inch guns have shown signs of tyx"x-rci: e T 23133:: n. '

down for the first city. Of course, he shields himself weakness. This is also true of the 33 EAST R3MANA STREET. I ]: j'Ir'
I saying that his Yi :
to some people by I I 1.1 1.1f
w flag staff in fronl'Ull's I actions were governed by the rules i light deck under the ;2-inch guns. ....oct Work and Refinishing Furniture a fI-

quarters on lof the civil service commission.: I Even; the turrets have been found Specialty. \ -1'"' : .'..., ;
have it on good authority tuat in this to be not strong enough for the new Phone:) 4OFi.e.raar :

.1.11: for the past year : appointment the commissioners rules and more powerful l -inch gun. In COLEMAN'F : :
broken for 1 understand that .
'J': d I at the'rst'rn were both forward! and after turrets, after : ,.
the party appointed declined! a position +ne'r I' I 'J_
I slice in the navy yard under Postmaster Robinson four shots had been fired from each "tt ,1.: ')4'.t".'1 1i

.t! and is now in the which would affect his elitihility..ne; of these guns, several of the heavy i -CLOTHIER:1.: ::1. J I !

'i.a. Mr. Waite is a best thing Captain Northup could, uo bolts in the roller paths gave way :. : ; .
would! bo to 'look before he leaps: oJ j
\yf\\\z\\\ man and,I leave and firing had to be stopped.\ 21-I :South;; raliil'ox, <.4d. IViixai-oIa. Florida. : ,'r': ; : '.n i

.1 ,'i!,; hero who regret "There can be no doubt but that The Navy I Department has guarded! ."..-I. I.'; At.1 "'
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we will be back as early and as: oftenas these facts with the utmost care and I ,. '_ >
possible." said a naval lieutenant. until now nothing definite had! been i' I. \j" M :
".fl kind of a drill can he held, in the 11
HLYE: K I INST ) known outside of the department! as JI JIr
bay with absolute safety and whenI : : : :
KATHARINE'S CHURCH \ to the deplorable state of affairs -i'i'j tyi' .
say that this is the only place we 1 .. .... '
have come across that will permitof which the first target practice cf the l : 'II' .. :, I
': I Inly Week in St. I the truth : tr+, tc 'I 'I' 'I
1} all these things speak;: Maine developed.! It is estimated that: o 4. } '0"
Sixth i and
::1 ( avenue and therefore speak guardedly.Vhatever ) : '-
I > are the celcbraiiiiinuniim at least six weeks will be required to { .
\ may be said of Pensa- j' ..
'", C. every cola's isolation, regarding railroads make the repairs. 'l'nffaine has 10 f.;" '..t ?! \
I < > '."<- \ lexct-pt GIHMInut it is closely identified with the worldof been at Culebra since March 12 getting : 1 t: .1 ,
I: '' ; and a five- .
the navy and we are sure to come things shipshape preparatory to I iI"" 'L
'lif rector every here, as i said before early and Ir It iJ ,, ': 'it;, ,
; nick (except trod(! joining the fleet

I I .' '!I ,Friday, April 1i,. I often. - ---- ----_ .- L: Hii Bon Bons and Chocolates. !; ; ,; ; 'i{ : : ;;* 1
( t at 11 a. mand "1 really\ believe! that General Lamar # 4' ;{
,.'h of which the'iml.son. full:! IMILICIOUS: E'l
.. j loves Pensacola a great deal i ti. / !
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i will preach. il more than his home town." said a 1 ,I t ..' 0

\i K ili'.n-j:siTviu1!; 10 You his?" text and glad society; of man.his constant"We would company be, and very I I n winttt left rf VV. A. D'ALEMBERTE, ** ; !"if f.- "I;' ::1

puce 1 upon the text i do congressman believe that could Florida's be induced handsome to staythere you wind"all run up with down, 'I', '. ':: Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St. .'i 1 1' .;: ,

.ill: free in St. Katha- I't t V ..s
i i for good with little persuasion ; it';
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invited these
to and when he comes over here next t t't h .
week;: I am going to make it my business HiresRootbeer t '

to take tip the matter! with DR. J. H. MOCK "; > 1", ) :
viifulous, dyspeptic, him." ; ,'

.:'"oj with kidney corn- I SOLD BY 't
lacking! k That will "set you going.* N : l.

"ifs|debility Sar aparilla. Ii BOARD OF: FleegalioosfotScente.:: D. & I. MAYER DENTIST. ca :

-- i Charles E. Hires Co., p p I > if"n ..
f; Mahern, Pa. l'( I
E',' .-S WILL CLOSE. I 17 ; .
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s city will be clos- DIRECTORSTHE t.Door, to First National Bank. 28% S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building i
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F. t' Uront, Pres. SSSS xx xx : ; lFi
\ \TIOX.\h IUNK PKXSACOLA, FLA. It4 r
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CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION SE I. 'b i
.\\ <\ O'XEAL. Tres. LENTEN SPECIALTIESAT I ,::1(" l. .. rJ!: r
". !l.oXAI, NAXK, LECTS THAT GOVERNING BODY }

!i. Ililion Own, 1'res. Lumber. Hudgins' new style label for his 5

; IN CONFORM:; / WITH CHAR 2x3 scantling, J3: per thousand.3x3 I cent cigar will interest you. r ,

I I' .SOL CAHN & CO'S. : scantling, $0 per thousand. : .. :
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A \EET BREATH TER. see Other us.M6.1mo.. items in proportion. Call and Try Gunther's Candies at tl #'

:ng!l sign of a healthy! BEEK1IAX LUMBER CO. Solomon's. q4tf
OKEKN TURTLE MEET
m.o.TfDJnm: ( .
'i tln breath is bad t
Last night in conformity with the noNKU.** COIii'I'.hI. sOMf-SHELL CUAIM
out of order. There i Association held MIKKD COIIKISI1. FISH ROE, Good Cypress Shingles $1.25 per % a3F k
th" world to charter, the Carnival \\\T\ ( ;
." n equal: la! meeting and selected a hoard of directors Y.\RMOUTll13LO.AyEltS. KIPI'EKEU HKUP.ING.TUNNY thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. eeaCUfflpuy
a Cure for curing in- I FI SH. ,

"-'i. ;>*ia and all stomach : One hundred for the and ensuing sixteen twelve shares months.were .And Everything Generally Kept in a First-Class Groctry. PHONE 178.xacxxxxxxxa Try The News' WANT COLUMN. WHOLESALE AXI RETAIL ;i+ ttt' : t
Mary S. Crick of
the meeting, showing! GROCERS.Headquarters t l x '
I Ky, writes: "I havefor represented! at ac ----- ---- ,

:<' 'ars-tri'd all what interest carnival will celebration.be manifested The in E. W. PEAKE!, -
the next
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"!!d but continued to sl
Electrical contractor and builder, ;'' t"
for
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1thf' > use of Kodol I meeting took up the business for WE ARE EYE EXPERTS.We '
\ will do your electrical work in first- ? ;! t
which it was called and the board selected -
1\I' at once and after I class style and at reasonable Fancy and Staple Groceries. -
of Walker In- Perfect High I -l
was composed We eacceed In restoring .
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!tilts am fully re- and Removing E'I' tralO. because we He can be found at 30 South rat@8'j r a 1
-' '. health and strength graham; : Henry Hyer Joseph Johnson, beveequtppedoursetvre with the Brat street. Phone 203. ., ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE- '.
Modern 'III blcb.\\lib oar expert -
i II. Turner Appmncfs '
V Kodol Eddie Forcheimer, Charles FANCY GOODS.
.i'over I like. knowledge and experience, Insures -
.' :,"'! oat and makes the Charles LeRaron, George \ success. I II WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERSFOR + a i

llar js' Pharmacy worth. Ed. Quinn John Oliver Charlie ( OSSl-LT.UJOS Iat; II WEST FLORIDA FOR THE e! # '

:: .i'.aey! Kahn. j i Merritt. Louis- Friedman. and Arthurn'Iemb'rte THEO. BELLAMORE, I CELEBRATEDCafe ;{? t +

i H. I du! Mccle Ccffee, Sweet Home tf uT a
0,; :- ; of Dr. Kilmer's I I The directing hoard having beeni b ry a tp RETRACTING: OPTICIAN 1 I IIJMi Molasses, Illini and Climax Flour,

'ho:: great: kidney, liver i chosen business of the annual meeting Graduated rari, (France) and Pbil282 !i
Delicatessen German-Ameri I
a .j tie {"loJ t spapIoJ9' Baylels 4 : R
r. "'.. iy, are being dis I was: taken u1>. but it was decided adriphta. : a tI
can Food Company's Canned Meats, t

..''11,9""n house, free. Have I I Ito another postpone week.the election of officers for SOUTH PALAFOX ST- OLD ARMORY BUILDING. I 2O4', S. Palafox Street. I I.Jt I Etc, Etc. 'l R i' i r

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DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY APRIL 8,19O3

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!, The Cause of Many I MRS. E. W. MITCHELL.A ,:2- _. PfllMWB. -i- -r -uij-___.-- __-.1

.nilows are made in three sizes-20

Sudden Deaths. Doiton Bailor Woman Who la KODOL by ::7. 27 by 23 and 20 by 30 inches. c Mrs. Laura S. Webb

| Aluo a rhlla-thrnplit. Pillowslips should be an eighth of n ,

l There Is a disease prevailing in this I! Mr Elizabeth W. Mitchell, a Boston 'r ,PUctUTkiltabl. ard longer than the pillow after they V1u-Presi&nt of Women's Democratic Cubs of Northern Ohio
country rn3t: dangerous because so decep11 :- "' ''fir .
r-: II fr live. Many sudden: i woman, condacts a most out of the ordinary vi re hemmed and wide enough to slip *

l ;ra N Jrr:1 i: deaths are caused by << I'enlstate agency. She is a over It. They may be either HERE ARE MANY the change of life whkh.."

r.4 it-heart disease. I philanthropist! and educator as well as plainly, hemmed or LemstitcLed. TilIowsl'.ani4 !- I T sickly women be- fast approachm. \ri.v

i(,l pneumonia heart a capable! business woman. WeakHearts should be larger than the tween the of Ring with a fined I cottd-
I! fair e w apoplexy: This! real estate agent collects rents pillows that they are to be used for. ages that i1as

111 I are often the result: I from about oOO families ct the same The average sized sham is 30 by 30 45 and 55, but there are Vine of Cardui taking YOIr
,and
;'. I .1 of kidney disease.: If I time carrying on extensive charitable Inches. If the round bolster is preferred Toy few invalids over 55 so enthusiastic she xn
[ about it
.i1 1 kidr.ey trouble is allowed that I
KI z.:I la advance the i and t'lultJoll,1lrk among her tenants. to the shawl, it may be stuffed and 60 years of age. The decided to try a boa/ I
a
_'" ;jLkicr.eypoisoned. Ttree blocks of the poorest teueI with feathers or may consist simply of change: of life coming to peri-nad; some relief the!: fat

-- bisod! w:l attack the I Kent Louses in Lansdowne street Kos-: a pasteboard frame over which tick her month, so I kept on
"" : :N \1: the bury in the very poorest district of Are due to indigestion. Ninety-nine a woman near forty- for takkj;
organs: or > lr.g Is 11m WD. It may then be covered three months and nov
kidneys themselves break dawn and waste that locality, were turned over to )II'S. of everyone hundred people who havo with any l1l'sin'm3h'ral.: Pillow- fourth year, either' makes Jtre.lAIII'IJ S. 1F 1. menstruate with no iii I
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away cell by: cell. I Mitchell about four years ago for handling heart trouble can remember when it flatus and hid"preads are often made her an invalid or gives I shall uu it off add
was simple indigestion. It is a scientific I on r"""
a derangement Bladder:: troubles cf the most kidneys:always: and result a cure from is I j i:i ard general improvementi : fact that all cases of heart disease cf linen and simply or elaborately em her a new lease on life. Those who until I have passed the cUmu. I k-cot

obtained quickest by a proper treatment of :I 1'i-oa looking the situation over she not organic, are not only trace- Lrollll'l.I'l1.Itollf'd meet this change in ill health eel- dread it now as I am sure that you
the kidneys. If are ',: saw: the immediate necessity of a kindergarten able to, but are the direct result of Wine of Cardui will be of great btcck
you feeling badly you dom live ten afterward while
can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's 1,1 for the younger children of Indigestion. All food taken into the Items For Dania.k.TA'luu years at this time."
the neighborhood, for to stomach which fails of perfect diges- the a woman who lays aside the active
Swamp-Root, the great kidney liver and ;; ; strange say cutting table linen cut by
bladder: remedy. !I I there was none near there that they tion ferments and swells the stomach pattern wtk-U is the same as cuttingby : duties of womanhood in health sel- Wine of Cardui is the remedy to

It corrects inability to hold urine :and scalding :|: couM attend.t puffing it up against the heart. This the thread. The thread makes! the dom fails to live on in happiness, re-inforce a woman against the shock

pain in passing: it, and overcomes that ;:t. Her first stf'was to apply *j the'rlty and Interferes in the with course the of action time that of the delicate heart. pattern which takes less time than years after she has passed 60. Thisis that comes with the change: cf Us

unpleasant necessity cf being compelled to '' for n kindergarten. It was re pulling the thread, and you will achieve .
but vital becomes diseased. critical) time. It re-establishes
often during the day and to organ truly a : healthy function
to get up many
fused. She then went from place to the same result. The simple rolled Lem
t.mes during the night. The mild and the i by hand sLould finish the raw Mrs. Laura S. Webb, of Toledo, after years of suffering. la dua:
extraordinary: effect cf Svamp-Raot is soon '
realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful Kodolf ;:fs of all damask t.iulocloths andapkius Ohio, recognizes the change of life this it has saved thousands of! t&;

cures cf the most stressing cases. I unless a hemstitch is pre- as a dangerous: period and she also ferers just in time. Do not wit:

Svamp-Rsct is pleasant t, take and sold erret!. Iu this 1':10 v the tal.Iwluth usually until suffering is upon 'cu.
has faith in Wine of Cardui. She Tile
by: all drugg-'sts in f.fty-csr.t: and one-dollar i has a two inch hem: and the
nap
E zed bottles. You : Mrs. loring Nichols of Penn Yan, N.Y., writes : ough preparations should to EJJ'
may r-_ writes killS tinis-I't-d. with imh lum.Tabltx.luilis .
: After eating my food would: distress are au '
r ive. a sample bottle cf ; me by making my heart pa'ptat' and I would cut from the web are "As I had always teen troubled more 'in advance. Begin the Wi 9 t(
twderful l new ds-: Eet4f1 !L""" yr r14v become very e and : / : and it gave me immediate relict After much ('"h a'r than those! woven with or less at the menstrual period, I dreaded Cardui treatment today.
cry a bock that : .
Using a few bottles 1 am cured.
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.... J!! aloLt it, both n. 5 >-P.ixt. > aboiJer.

f(eft ty nail. Addrsis Dr. Kiln: arai er tot Co. Kodol cures Indigestion, dyspepsia I ; A million suffjineof OJ v =i
and all stomach
disorders, and gives V'NE f CARDVI
j.nnr.' H. Y. When v.nting mer.uon nu.Ldl on Girl neal'llllf. 0 have 'UI I
the heart a full, free and untrammeled I ire
r. : this goners cflsr in this paper. 4'i 4 101'? action. "You briii? up your girls, says Kus-

kin ".IS if they were luoaut for s-Ide-: -------- -. .
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I Bottles only. $1.00 Size folding! 2'$ times -
S.. iua'!. a.y Ii.. ..,., }L;t r,- the trial size,which sells for 5 DC hoard ornaui'.nti and thou; complain of You want a good pnnu tuner t.i ;;, "Better out than

,, the cioio. S\\u.aj !:.) ". Dr. :...: .....,. I I their frhoiity.: Care tl.eui not only noble stay in Penacola, till you hold''', that
"'
I I'i,," PREPARED BY ::" "': ;;' ti'.a-liii.g: but iKiliio teachers; ni.dgive back your Nd -r. hind it in. I have | you notice. To
K r'. Kix and th' I
: : Swamp :, ,
all.I, '
-.! E.C.DewittN th'm the hell which alone has had 20 ynarj' pspprioree and hive i: and all out take Hun I '

u. '. iJ'nsbacutjn, :\. Y, on every .. fi A Co. Qij" I suwelwes done more than till other iu- worked in several pi moo factories.j!

: ,;:l ChicagoJohn : I Lnentrs the help of wild and fair nature. Orders left at Johnson's book store I Malta-Vita. Shredded W n .5.

-- '" : I You i-uiiiiot baptize tin-in rightlyiu will be attended to.CHAS.. | cults, and Force with Cre. -i sj S.i

j loch deep church fonts unless you W. P"E'SLEV. i Oman's.CREX.

TWO PICTURES.: ..$ Sheppard, llargia' Pharmacy li.iptizi) theta also in the swwt" waters -

';''ii idney! Kahn. which the great Lawgiver strikes forth O.4.STOn.r..n.. I GRASS FURNITURE
men Ethel had her picture "took" .f:, aeS..the iht Kind (Ii Hail )1 a'SBat \ t FOR
'Twas just a wore of )ear ago). t' MI:;. ELlZArZTH W. MITCHELL from the rocks: of your native land." ture THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BE3
A Gaud Tall. {
V'e No vowed baby ever ty candle acted, s-o bell! and book place, talked and explained: until she "JIoTV u',cs yom:;; Swift manage to I[ ROOM, AT MARSTON & QUINA'S.

She screwed her mouth she twirled her pot people interested in her project, uncork so much champagne? lie --- -.
toes- The Normal schoolofferid to TUB ---
Training doi n't .
I earn any L ouey CATARRH
Our hair turned gray In sheer .:;palr- CLKASING
supply teachers if she! would furnish
Well, he pulls the same cork
To get our Ethel sweet to pose overand iAitCKBSCO.
AM) Ili\MXG
.
the achadhuu.e.Mrs.
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Was then a task to make one swear! over.
I Mitchell then gave up her office, "Why. Low do you mean?" CURE .'OUGRTR fAMYBAbM

'f \vTn Mark>n Ethel well f the.ices changes now the Time lens bring:), fitting it out with the necossary apparatus "II:::> a rich untie with a cork leg."- c Plumbel

' "TwouM take at least a dozen pus cin and converting; it into a school Boston Tran-cripL ij aIs R a? Gas and Steam Fitter

fig To tell of all her pondering run Ill. She reserved one little comer !
n4ir W
,I;..! On how to et the best rttnls ftir'ltiT dell:. where twice a week; She v

. :t Of pose nod rest of 1'ght and shad. holds her cillice bnur. lltch day from Not School Without Heaion. its' Cream> Balm P 11 o. 6 South PalB-: Street.
T'aclll'rIll. who
For IIth-1 now no rr r-1 Ml.13 Sunday ,
I'', To Ita\In\" her v.fet liktii.s Wade! :I until 1 clerk twenty little tots from was sorry at the return of the prodigal !asp and pleasant All Kinds o. Plnmbin and leas Fitiijigj Materials u.=
; c I Chirks N. I.uiie in New Yak Times. the uoijlil>orlix.d go to the school soil? x>use. Contains 05 .'
Y4.Ft'er a'p: 7-0\
I 'nturion tr wF:X-'U.l'f A. <
where two young training stLool ;girls Utile
Oirl-The
fatted ealf.-Roston ,
.J t.1: Squnrlar: IIlm..t.lf.t It la quickly Al b orledathotritf>-
a.-1 a" tfathert. Then in tLis same lit-
, : I Christian L'egistcr. COLD ''N HEAD
I
tt" 1 tie! si-hool on 3ltccLuetts avenue and ".

;if'cH i if. | LatiMlowiustrvtt there are w"I'klyrllt.s It pens and tlcanocs tm iNasil I'ns-eg( (: SAMUEL CHARLES
'- Every city slicuM study its own op- All.i\s Infl.iiniuHtioii. He-iN ant TroH-cts ,
h' ,I f : : (of re.tl.i.s: : and si-wins fur the the Meiuimiut. Kc-ton-s the
AMf S-IHO
nt wire
'\ portunltlvs; for beautifying its
surroundings -
. 1 i41'y\ \. hdt. !..11'1aJtl a gj innasiuui for the l.oJ!'. I and SIIII-H. ljiritfize 5+<. at irurits or bv 1 BOOT
+ 1f '* ( r 1 and improve them.-Hartford I mail;Trial Siz.Itk liy mail. V.l: AND SHOE MAKER
\ t. .\i\ d\J:. r-3. .b !! Then Mr;;. Mitchell by a social effort I'osL ).\.\' r.uoniEi.'s56aninMatt.w ,

I' 'II/ \' 1 \ "1""T tom. \ \; Mim'ulcil i:: matins the school a York. ; REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

;J 1 ,i -: brunch thv public: library, so that the
12iV i NO BAD TASTE. i j: ..1:3:I Wholesale and Detail Dealer in Shoes, Leather !I' di
.fY-- \ 1.7- ;,,(, t." wl.oie i.el;::lioorhcxiil, Las free and easy I z:.. ia

, atT s 'I'IIOSIlIU.
\ (
I ' ,\ 1 t, j I 07 SrU'TII P.\IIKX "TItI-:1-T.
l-' '11''ih''' t \ .!- ?'fA ] Speaking of LIT business, alias water Is almost tasteless. Childrencan

iF ;\1'f'\\\ ) ) 'I 1/I! So ., Milrueil: saidI: tolloct my rents persoually take It as easily as adults. Thereis II -

t ,. 1 .; HI'I.\ ,1 //1/.0 I > becau I can see the condition absolutely bitter J. E. DUBUISSOX t9 BROTHER
.'") ,- I I nothing about the
:i'i
'M /V ,, }" ;; of the homes and olIl'rI,;;estiou I '
I : > _:;. ,,,' t f taste nor that sickening sweetness. f CUBS BUD COUFECIIQUEC ij
.
,I ',I i In trying to better the conditions of anethlarLt.rd .oltuat: 1'.um.\GOs.\: lnJ'CI.STimla.: : ..
I I \ I It !
ft llF"What's t does
\ ; ," \ 1 1 may be doing a charitable positively not gripe or irritate Dealers
in
.PI. a delicate ;
,; :, ., I work in a way but I am also stomach and its laxative -AT-

; I; \\': l : \ teaching the tenants to keep the houses effect is easy and natural. All these tl Choice Staple and Family Groceries dOur
\ \ C.
"' I"\"l\1 I in better order and less repairs areucevlrtl.u good qualities combined in a medicineIs APOSTLE'S.. ,
: :! .
.f.lj ..\l sure to please. That Is why it has Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too many to euuniprate,

Ji"r. J 1 i _." :: .} /if A: Mrs. :MitcLt-H personally attends to so many friends. Sold by all drug j 14 East GoTemniBiit>! 21, and Warranted to be the Best the Market Atf' rd-j and can be

, ,' ., \. all the repairs and work done by the gists. Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order liven in During the
)' ,I \ ,-1' If' carpenters plumbers and gas workers Formerly Cordova Restaurant Kt&u Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Fart of the City.

/.' .. lilr;, \ I painters and paper Lall;: rs. Some1 The opening at One carload of Pineapples! at 11.7 COUNTRY ORDER* WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION
1 Jacuby's tomorrow
! times she s::Js she is obliged to work.about I
to J2.00 dozen.OPERAHOUSE.
fI'i;: i jtt ,jfjn y per
' ft'r --.OI' .. : ttvel\a or fourteen tours each will be largely attended and pretty | P.O. Box326.
I : = 4. I J. E. Dubuisson & Bro
" .I. !:... i I souvenirs will!! be presented to every PHONE 66. ,

-'J I I r. J.1-1,;;ro I I dty.Until last fall she conducted her one, and the choicest grocerieswill I i ir'nmily Groeor

'i! i1 'I\ I_ I work under the) name of L'. 11. Vul- be shown. I I -

I liauis I but Cupid found Ll.s way into -
"
. I that sir! ? ,' 'I'
you ny. the life of l"\ eu ttii very bu-y woman I .J. '1. COi:, 'Iillla?l'r. t
i"(1.1'1.:1:1Ylou'"l1 Lave to 1'.1111" :tI.I.1: In Hscambla County Circuit Court ._ Jausi'iim&a .a.1W
and now sl.e is Mrs. I:. W. Iitl.tl'll.rl'l1 aim wd verySt'ct'ESSOR
'I 1 should r :t little? Is there anything; State of Florida. In Chancery.Clyde urea" at Sr ra.

it :: matter with it':" i III j estate agent: of Dorchester. Her U. \VIlsjn; ONE XIOIITOVLY,

I Lu4bad is a l::'\)cr and is nut cell vs.Charier I Tnsu.Y, APt 14 ( ; TO AVERY I WOOLFOI.K,)
! 'Z \<>, sir; IU.t fit all, p.-pliiHl the tailor .
'I iK-cteil WWI LIT work in any way, althor.su Cl-rk and Julia Clark,
'tl "but our l>l'st customers al'loawlI'il1 \\"- -- IHPORTER AN/J JOBBER OF
I lr.tens'-.v! luterestsd.? I'-oston his wife: Richard Clark and I
the ri. ht boulder little '" '' "
;: : n
'F'
Post. Janey ( larlIds wife; Smith THE BIG
r hl llI.'r this! season, fcir.-Chicago;! Trib- 'I Clark, Louis Harris and Rosa I MUSICAL COMEDY r..ll- RD'TARE

iJ ; HLO. >> The Realities of Life Harris, his wife: Fannie :\:artin. .

,. .\ UrKourt-i-fnl llri.lr. I \Voaar.y! beauty and charm willgrow .,, Rosa Martha Daniels Dixon Isaiah and Uixon. Cap- II THE IRISH Iron, Xail*. AXP, Hhov I*. '"> -w Mill and l KfamboatSupplies

,.f tliemselvesLeu character is Cooking aud h! i."iirlove*, Paint, Oils
lie r tart venture at ONiLin dinner I Haniois, her husband AgnesSimmons
; ;
formed on lines of eternal truth self i Wiudow Ola". Gum, Pi-ua ;nd FMiini Tackle.
In her own !JI'lIIP (tad JW: ".'! lochs>' and Hiram Simmons, PAWNBROKERS.
fully, and they sat in s'.l-'iuv! at oi>;io' reliance and graciousi'.ehS. Il\ery girshould I her husband.On .. Agate ami Tiuwaro and IloiiseluniishinAGEN.S :; (J oth.W .

site ends of tLo taMovoiitleria,; at the be helped: at hr-mc and in school Monday the -':h Cay of May, ,\. With the Farce Comedy !Star Tri ,
IlI'ftll'ollc..' is far in her teens, first, to) D. l!)U"I, the lefen..aJits! : Louis Harris umvirateiSullivan FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL Ccn[}'AXY" 1
novelty of It all aid gazing tit eu-b
r ; beeuine. nn Mpert in all the work whirl 1 and Rosa Harris are required appear Revere Giant rititched Belting, Northainptou Emery

other. centers in the home and in the care of to the bill tiled against them and Mack Wheel Co., Laftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kilsomine -
,1 "liolt'lrhonestly-cross; your hear I I Iron Kin and Buck Stoves and
the wardrobe, and, second, to study herein. ? Range, Wm
ft>>! -i1,1: \'11) Lee it. Knil' bIll' aski-d some occupation trade or professionby This order to be published!: once I ANn Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's

CnaKy."Never: each week for four consecutive weeks Made Railroad Colors.
I which she comfortable I
can earn a
\ e.Jorel cnrthin! ;: s-, mu;Itt in in the : -L
Daily Sews
my life," he sad mud saatluwe.flump. a living for herself and th<...e who inaybe : in said Escambia a newspaper County. published ;,' .Mazie Trumbull II ilftsonic Temple ;? Peosacola, Fla.THB .
dependent upon her. Domestic work .
A. :\MCMILLAN. ; PE OP
U first because what her 25
put DO matter ELY 25
"IwryCliu-e\'l'rj'tLIt; from K>up Clerk Circuit Court. i iPy PO \ TIME TABLE.
topudding.f? wage; I'lrllioccupation: may be or no D. H. UURTO.V D. C. I j

1 matter what riciies she may seem to F'ensacola, I'Ja.Ial'cll lath 1003. I
1'very I'lecthfnl from soup to pudCin'i" A COMEDY TOR NICE FOLK
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE
RAILROAD.
have in reality or in prospect every MlS-4w.
head!
bravely. '
girl should! be practically prepared to Prices-25, 50 75c; and $1. IS EFFECT DECEMBER 1. 1901
"u h, I'm so n'! I'wtl. thenT: she s.ii.3 ;
I be the wife of a man. In no other
as !t liutfs sigh e.-iiaju-d her. You i-ee' 1 lour New Orleans and Mobile.
1 furpit to orr tha sirup: for thl'I i way than by strict training in cooking, Chris Thiesen

sauce f,>r tl.e piiutiin, and 11m1 to I laundry worlt: and general housekeeping No.e. No.1. I 1\1"0.1. I I' No.l. I- :.-I. hot

have stiavthin;:. -oJ I t.ark the connhsiiup I : plain sewing: and dressmaking can r 7:15 a 12:1 m 11:06(/ p I I.fan.. Peolaeols _Arrtn 11:00 a : ) p iiA: ) r
I stub preparation I If made. This doesn'tsound CORNER 8:50 a %::7 p j 1:15 a Leave_ 'Iomaton ,, Leave %:&\ a i 2:1J1 p fJf J
and I was "'I> afraid jou'd I 11wa .::!'l p ,:56 I L"ue__ Mobile .,.._ Lease 12118: a'I'; 1:16 II 5vG r
it"-Xi-w York Times.UIIIT tt."te,1 the least bit romantic but it ia i ..... ._ N:25n Tale" i L""vlI..N.w flrl"Ao". Leave ":110 p ,: ..! _
I really dictate by the very heart of ro INTENDENCIA AND BAYLEN STS., North. -

mtu: ,(namely belief in marriage for
r tn :\lnL<* <'..reo,,' GrIttII 'cal.ea. I One Block West of Palafox. : -
| I.wluJ for love alone. "Lo\e in a
', (':>I M iiMiktdreals make delicious j jjrr No. 2. No t. 'o. I No/
i cottage" in a cabin-nay. iu a city ten I. KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF .y )1:00pm UI pm Leave Pensacola.Arriveo0: p m 5jJaO:
: .I.1'al.t'jl1ow:
,1 :
ono e;:;: ta a ('UII-- _
euieut and n flat 'ides-Is a reality.Lut 6i5a m 1:57 pm Arrive MontgomeryLave 11:15e m l.;115 pie
fal ..f the cereal and milk. Hour and I I ; 11:511 am 8tJl p mrrlve._ $irmlagham ..Leave 8:31 a m tiAI p ID
''gp when carelessness sits by the fire fIIG p m 1:10 a m Arrive Naeavilie.Leave _
q J'-ikii5: owder to make a batter of when a peevish woman serves burnt 2&J. m :Ula m Arrive .LooIIVI:18 _Leev, 1:15 p m .T:90am a III
ul c.iasisU'fcey for griJJlixakes.Robbed U'I : 1l:!>lI a m Arrive_CIDeIDDatlJ. 8(1) p 01 II IS pm
t children fried st.rak clamor every and day the, when window unkempt shades! PUREST[ I lI LIQUORS ij ij"OR 7::'O" m 1$1: pm Arrl"L._. .$lt. l.nob.-Leave 1:15: _p m a't; P JPENtIACOLA

the Grave.A AND RIVER JUNCTION.
I I are all avry. then 1'0"1' Love flies away f' fyta -

sad never comes back at.d to our LelpI -
startling incident is narrated by No. %1-1>all,. No. l-1>ally I .so atop where time not shown No. Daily No !.I-I a'J
I!I tess. dreamirg girl Low Lard the real r -- -
,John Oliver of Philadoli-hia as follows I- !j, ty seems. 11:56 II 01 ':00 a m _Peneecola.Arrtve 10:61 11m 8Sii p..rJ
U:1\: nIght ':11' Bohemia.toil 1:118
: I was in an awfu! condition. I2O" 1:1S Ynl.ltra 10lt H 8iJl
Family .Mrioil 11 Use 1:11 _Elc.mbla_ H IM
liy skin was almost yellow eyes sunken i or U:2'I" 1012"
,
I For Over Sin rears.Nis. A PLUNGE 12:36" 1:26 H Moist 10:21 6t
tonwe coated rain continually! in: : j 12III":! 1:23 ___ Harp __ 10:21 6W; .
85 _(;.It 6:17:
WI "LOW'8 BooTHise grave: bal FOB Into the suds at our Laundrywill 12:5) Clty 10:11
bacK and sides, no appetite, growing I 12:514" 7Bi H Mlltoa.tole "
weaker day by day. Three phys been used for over sixty years by millions not harm your clothes but will 1:80 1m. _0000 RaDU.. : : .'.
IM" 1:15 __. Holtt.,__ '' tai: t.'ra
cians had given me up. Then I was'nd15 ;' mothers for their children while teething, Toe Sailor or Lan make them fresh and spotless. Our 2ie": 11.10 Mllllg.n __ '' liO t.n .,
Illan
> : with perfect luccesi. It soothe the childwtteacthe I work is always well doneand dealings 2:118" IIII@ Creetvlew..w 1:11 ,:(A!
(d to use Electric Bitters; to our 1:00" 11.64 DeerLand 11:66 LM N

my great joy the first bottle made a 1! gnms.atlays all pain,cares wine j[ honest. If you are not suited 1:21" 8tl "" "" Mo..,. Head "" 8.0 la'.

decided Improvement I continued t 3olic, and Is the best remedy tor Diarrhoea Swedish Punch Danish j come to us and get a few measures of 808"4:15; 8U IBi _D.-onlakSprtDI".Argyle._ ,8:1.:u l.el, ....
It will relieve' the little Aquaril. t..o' 1'67 PoDce de Leon 7:99 !. I:.1 .
inCerer 1mmodlateiy .
their use for three weeks and am I poor German Kummel and other brand I satisfaction. 1:00": 10:10: =-WeU1'tue_-_ 7:11: 154

now a well man. I know they robbed Sold 67 Draggttti in every part of imported Wines and Liquors. 6.1$ 10:15 .." C..1IIe_ 7:12" It .,
I o! the world. Trentj-flve cents a bolt 1.13" 10:60 ..._.,,P.onlfay_ 4:66" I.n
the grave of another victim. None 0 I Be tare yon ask for"3d it.Window's Booth Here only you will find the X. C. STAR LAUNDRY CO. ,8M"8:00" 10 IIOT":., "" ___Cottoadale.6:16 Chlpley .;8f"" 11:61 1)4' .Ol
s ;
should fall to try them. Only 50 i ngSyrap.' sad; take 11')0'h-r kind. Bowen, Kentucky WHskey. 24 years> ':00" 11:26" _M.r1.Dna_ 11:00" UU
old. W. INGRAHAM, 7:110" .. lI:,'s ID
Prop., 11t& __CTpreu.-- 1:18" I.
cents guaranteed at W. A.
D'-\.1em'l 1 SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL- Valhalla Branch ?:41) H 11:52" _Grand Ridge-- 11:12" 11:7;
corner Garden
berte'a 121 S. Falafox street. OMON'S. .Phone 114..372 E. Gardea St. 17M" U:16 noon Deadl 5n" 1A: y
street and 10th avenue. :16' 12:16" Arrite_Rlvertanetlon-Leave 6:10" 19:19









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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY APRIL 8. 1903


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HOW TO CURE INSOMNIA.. Candle Sbadm. REMARKABLE CURES 1fi1 lr tjf; :: io<,
I ::i

PIIEU MATISM Borne SagfcejUoni For Tho.e fVno Tutt's' PillsThis selected Why green when candle even! shades to the shcnld prettiest be Being; Made Daily Free cf Charge :' ti(t t ; I ;;:, YAre U

Suffer From Sleei...Br... 19'a ;
"buI! a warmer one Is better suited by the Red Cross Physicians, Who .' : ijlt 1 1t

For those who suffer from insomniaand mystery. The pb.itly, sepuk-Lral !hiLt; / Are Located at 111 West Chase _q.i '.. t. [: .
thus dread the coming of the night, .iI'
shed by them is sure to detract from '
All the Year Round with Its wretched, sleepless state, a popular remedy never fans to the UJot chnruiinsly: gowllelll'Owpany. Street-Services for Three Months ;. 'j r i,, ;" J.

An Disease. few suggestions are made. Disrobe in effectually cure although the effect cf the table with Are Given Free to AI! Invalids; Who .1/ il. i 3': ; ,3 -i

Rheumatism does not come and go with winter the dark for Jfs blackness is supposedto Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick proper setting i undeniably attractive.Every Call Upon Them Before April 21. ; r t'J!;: J. ,l, I!

:;', time always ; in fact some suffer the produce a drowsiness whereas light ieadache BiliousnessAnd
more during one is familiar with tbe"Il' A staff of eminent physicians and t. it l } lJ 1
; f
: \ Spring and Summer than at any other season. When stimulates and arouses the activities. ALL DISEASES of the stage to throw blue :
arising from a ;green or surgeons from the Red Cross Medical L il 11
\.t! :' I' the blood is charged with Uric Acid, Alkali and other Just ffore going to bed take a sponge Torpid Liver and Bad glare on the heroine! who niu"t suddenly : Institute have at the urgent solicitation .,. : I rm.: .
c irritating poisons, then the is in the bath in tepid! water and, after lying DigestionThe I
:i'" system right assume the role of sufferer and be of a large number of patients" under 'ifs .' ;
\_ I condition for Rheumatism to develop, and an attach down relax each and every muscle, solid natural flesh.result Dose Is small good; elegant.ly appetiteand overspread with pallor.: Rut: without a I I their care in this country, establisbed i J' 4t ;" :. ]I

I. '. is liable to come at any time, Winter or Summer. says the Chicago American. The legs sugar coated and easy to swallow. thought; of the result on her ;guests (Ill a permanent oranch of the Institute 1 I l fi, J

Rheumatism, because it attacks different parts of and arms sl-ould be stretched out over Take No Substitute..- even on her own complexion the bo>t- in this city at 111 West Chase im\ t f, .4 f
\; the body, and is sudden or slow in its action, is givenvarious the lied, and die best way to lie is on ess who is wise in other things chooses street. "f'I r : (! .I "'I"" "

\ names! such as acute and chronic muscular, the face. This Is the mamipr in which the same effect. Yellow null red are The eminent gentlemen have decided l .: r: :. 'I .

r.l.iP :Y !!J articular, inflammatory.merctmal and sciatic, but it is babies sleep and their methods In this Secret of Social Power.In both becoming to young! and old alike to give their services entirely free : !". .1 lit } .: }
the for three '
art of conversation : months
medicina 1
lies to
( : ) 14 ; ,4
: the same old acid blood that causes all. Some particular cannot well be improved and are consequently admirably adapted I' 1' .
are some extent: the secret of social power. to all invalids wto call upon them ;'bA 1. t' ; .
iiaat suiftrers, while others have only occasional spells of Rheumatism, on.An Seek by every possible means to to the family parts.: Pink it Is better -II treatment between now aca April :! : dl : :
;citbcr! kind is wearing upon the constitution, and in time produces excellent panacea for sleeplessness I I remedy deficiency and hy readingand to choose only for a youthful torn- These services consist not only of : J I ; ; .ti
Aess: : in the muscles and joints, and sometimes the acids thrown off by is a bag of ice. This should be I frequenting any libraries where books; pany. sultation, examination and advice, f' :; ; cp1f. I t

&ell ends suddenly and fatally. Portland, Ind.,Jan. 10,1003. and then placed at the end of the spine. magazines are gain object in pursuing this course is 1';. : : j.! j 'I
"jt vron't do to let Rheumatism After being terribly crippled (oi This treatment Is particularly quietingto thorough: acquaintance with every A Famoni Portrait I'alatrr Opinion. become rapidly and personally 1 i :' ,fii

,ci: It is a dangerous disease, and three years with Rheumatism, andhaving the nerves.A timely topic.( The famous artist You Lenbach had quainted with the sick and : t iM. '1

p.rjaeo: never tell where it is going tojjit >> tried well known remedies I physician writing to a medical III due tim will come the pleasure one great dominant principle-that out and unuer no conditions will : ;{ l' *) t"

: Home remedies, plasters, lini- could get ne relief. And having journal declares that he finds of entertaining: :guests in ones: own of nature one should grasp and holdfast {'hargehaten'r be maJe for any i' ..: ii i. "
read of the peppermint
: : wonderful '
effect 01anl vices rcnilerul for months ? :
Lone but one thing in portraiture, the ( three ,.,
such things produce and In this connection there is r--- !
water efficient forsleeplesstiess.
t: ::S as. S. S. S., I concluded to try it, and an remedy all who call before A 1.rtl 21st. I
to be forsotten fact that therj head; that this exponent-of the soul ,jl'I\ I ; j
soothing and a never
are ] This is '
torrtcr-imtation am happy to that I a simple
say was entirely very doctors treat all forms of diseases .:;
f:7 ri'i-ve! the pain temporarily, butt cured, and am able to work as well euro and it will not bring forth from should be an iniiui.ite: correspondence must stand out in undisturbed unity; lit f:>rmil1fs, and guarantee a cure t:h ; t1 i_
acid blood cannot be aa I ever did. of Lit'twwn the circunist.inoe- of the hostess that accessories! of whatever kind\ 'I
"utul the
p. organs professional opinion any every case ..ey umlettake. At I ? : ; ; a
'I y external applications. I cheerfully recommend S. S. S. to declaration) of unsafenrss. and the style In which she enter- whether dress or form, must distract first interview a thorough I i I1. l, .: :"
r ;. all sufferers: of this terrible disease, t.iins. Py the here of the word and weaken the impression that the : .
"V--r I :atism must be treated Sir William Laird Clowes advocatesa use is made and if incurable you j i I j f '.
and will say that if they will continuo "style" it is: not intended to the head should produce; that a portrait told! also advised f .t
C: :'i the blood! and no remedy n.nel remedy for refractory cases of convey frankly so; : f I. It J'
l--: Mich prompt al1llasb? relief the treatment will as per directions In:;: l:1I1ia. ''I have recr:t.m'll.1! such 'lea that ore may: not stamp] h.t'I,. to attain its highest; aim and sl;;niflcance -i Pt-I.c1ili money for ucls: ,(> jll I I, .. j ,
they find a permanent tertainments with the hall mark 'I!" must look out from a backgroundof Male and finale weakness: I 4 1. '',
? S. S. S. It attacks the disease: in n.VT. SEES. piHjplo, after having ceitalr.ed: whatis : ( I t I'h ; iJ .
2 curs. .
:gullet and at the same time with slm"plieity. nothingness aud must be shorn of arc catarrhal: deafness; also \ t t 111 i
I' neutralizes the acids and
ti- 1. likely to be the most comfortable p'<> <
:
"- detail that interferes with this ; rupture goitre, cancer and all k ; ,
every 4
::. ; :,11!1 irritating poisons and effete cattcr from tha system. I Fiti'm for sleep," ho sajs, "to atlix a ., t t..,
rd cf fie
vases rectum: aie ;
:S i ;: S strengthens and enriches the thin acid blood, and, as it circa I small bright light': two or three feet The unwritten laws of our social! life: unity of purpose.-Cosmopolitan.: I cur!'d by their new tro.itnjent. : ; )J, ; ;

1 1.:" f':. tr'h the body, the corroding, gnawing poisons and acid deposits II above the'head, so that in oy'n to see declare hospitality!; n reciprocal tiling, I Their chit pssnciate: surgeon of ., .f', '.. ;.', .
"f'.. 'e-d and washed out cf the muscles and joints, and the sufferer without moving the head the eyes' and no ytiu'4 WIUIUhi: cceks to I.. hterly. I institute will tie in pcrbtmal $ : r' Ji
is happily relieved from the discomforts mu. t be rotated upward. TIle brighter;: honest with herself and tLe! worLl Ills i-:-.->t :Sisii-r Well. you know I i I Offices 111 \\" '>t Chase. ', ?i a

Isi1JI and misery of Rheumatism.S. nud smaller the! point of light the better .ehnild fail t-, return jn some ir.anr.rher Harry: 11:'" -\ r'umt.itlou to sustain. !I Office: \1(1r". 9 a. m. to 7 p ri.: 1 'ti L .

@ S. S. is a purely vegetable remedy, Let the upward rotated eyes be sixi.ll oIi'igitio'K: nnlos-j indi] >od.! l-y Ills :Swoi'd i-*(>r-I wonder Low h! days. 10 to 1NEW. _.. .j, \' ", -, ,

docs not contain any Potash or mineral l i'l'h'ItPulCas1ly at this! a pciM.tnt her talents: <0ie] n.lol..llusl'r: to the bears up under !it.-Yonkers Herald. I -- & -- r ;

of any kind, and can be taken with effort being emphntd i.ot necosia- entert.iiiini.'uts of ol.THi: en the f.(

LI safety by old and young. rily to keep the eyelids, open, but to bachelor! m."d j iu!:iv. ifit'\ have a SCHEDULE. f t : 11 II :
Rheumatic sufferers who write us keep\ tie eyes tl.euiM.'hcs! bent upon friend wi'i:! her ni.-naw:: many delightful A iiiaranirnl f'IMP fur i'ilrs! tfff'b: ;: ::

:: t'.cir: case will receive valuable aid and helpful advice from our the fiHiu'.icd: spot.:' :! 2uY.ir*.-C'im-inuitl: Tribune. Itching, f.lind. lll': &dlnlt or Protruding OF t 1' .;i ; fj.tI ,

: fur which charge is made. We will mail free lMe. Ytur druegint will rcfind join I
j 'r- no our special Au eu'pty! stomach is apt to cause 'I it'
! n I'Huniatism, which is th; result of years of practical experience int 1l''I'I.ssupss. It is a jroxl: thing topu.takf' J'r.teulon, of Ciiaifliilne. I money If I'AZO OINTMENT fa.U to cure STEAMER CAPTA!!! FRITZ, Y :t ; ; '.
;- "ijr this disease. It contains much interesting information about allbl cf some light food wl..n preparing The old fa ,!I huu'il: oiiM-Keeper: has you ;5JcentsIli.ivo .
!
d Rheumatism. who !been .sapcrv tied b.\ the twentieth cl'n-I : J. N. HOUEKS, Manager.Leave : \. : I :
:> fiihil.. and for the person i-f
TIlE SWIFTSPZ&TICCO., ATLANTA GM. : > ..I iI
chatolaino wl.o ,
tury presides over .
U sufferii'g from! i.R'iu.i.i nothing is Krwport Monday: S i..: .!'
- IJlu dr.\l: Hairs; of tl.e modern mil- .
lttcr than a !big, raY Bermuda onion n : Thursday Inorr.itize.: l :, I I., '
D. HALE WILSON with bread and butter. lio.uiii-e.i She Ss often a college graduate INSOMNIA Arrive at Pensacola Monday ; I ..} t. ., .
domestic .', '
alwr.js an autliority on Thur"day nicht. t. : K '
Oraiiltennrr.Craniteware ;.'iiilO. She has absolute control of all Leave Petis-aeola Tuesday f J :
lion to Krpair i ,
Real Estate and Rental is universally, USl'I, and the servsMiK all liou-scl.old purcia: ' been iikins; ('.\'('.IIIKTSforInsiimma. Friday night.Arrive I t 14 3 '" .. I ;!\ (.-
Agent with been afllioitd: for at Frepport \ 4
the best brands will get holes in the and arrl1i'Dwnt1l. !She lulls dis<-retion- which 1 have .
over twenty years.and I can say that Cascareta and Saturday morning ; I.' .T
to renew furnishings. etc. :
bottom. I mend my own. unless the ary power have cnen me more relief than ann other remedy f' C .
1:1! South I'alnfov Street holes arc too large by lining; a short Sh3 jiresId.M s'.t her en.plovers': family I lia\e ever tried. shall ,'erllunl, rei-om- ?. I'. 1 "
.
menil them to my friends as hunt BUlbl'r are "
TELEPHONE rO 241. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA topper livet. Put the rivet throughthe ; table in the absence of its mistress and rcpre eDted." Tiios. CILLAHU, l.1rlD.lIL .. MEN AND 5 I-' m'
keeps that lady on shoppim ( CKE(' Tie Bin U fur onn& I t
. end tompany: ;
--- hole, p.ie! ? th> washer on the ,. t'I'1
I.I a.I dsy.
'XLt'P il--"t r.) cr ..... l', put the article to bo mended on something excursions etc.. when desired.! Herbuiiest CANDY .,G..rs.t..d Itoatrietw.. irrilatiuns d or .1, f?; 't
IH"cry mucoUs lu l
&, .. ,, -"" times! are during;; the m-priuiur.t1 RTICYSADE f,
J--- ;: t'r' hard hammer: until the! rivet I Ip'rf"l'tr is r.t.1..laies. p.iulw ind Cot F '1 ,
... =. '.,. '" "' .., .. "" .. b "". .
r 'SilOI..... O. ilV. r.--. # !>"I. -: tight and tie; utensil will not fall iri -;r::tioii", when t-he mllt1t pn'I''Ill'tIll' I THLEVAMSCHLMICALCO. ("Dt or poinmuaa.Bold "" f., I.ClNClNIlAflU I.
*>7 I>ro l ,,, f 1 t.g.s.a. t.,;.
leak W hen it is u-.ed. faiii'iy! ami be reaily to receive or Mnt "> plaIn' i S f'1. '
them iu a trll1ll1ll:try home pctfectlyequ5 4 V.T eiprtu i>rrp i'I f's' : .t- .' :.

Classified Ad yer: iselnents. lion to Wahh (.liiunoi Leather.N'ever ;>!peil.\ J-'he li.is a nut of rooms for MAit RIOlITISIDPenin a tl Circular.00. <>r3lH.Ulr Kiit cu i J.. 4! . .,

rub! soap on chamois, leather. 11.'r' own U-"i'. is i sure of a pension; ill o'.d! _-- __- .A' .i.
.
---- --- ----- Instead s-.iak for ten minutes when : ape ard draws a salary of fioui jfl.WJ'J( .ur"ESTE'i"" E"CiS.4 ; ..:. .; '

ONE CENT A WORD. dirty in a lather made of one heaped J5tiOO; \ a year. [r NYRaY t. :' ; Iii. ..:' ,r
( Palatablp.! I'orent. Tate G'>f"I. Ho i .j.
-- --- tahe.p""llful! of soap Jelly! one tea- Good Ni-vir sirheii. W.kplI.r (.n te. lie :lic.'JOC. tt ..... 11",1.".i ....h 4- .i..ln j 1\. f.'i .
LOST. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... f 'Ut.I 4... .,.. I .Ii ... ,. .r. .
I It "n. '
.--...--.--. ,-.-------.-- spooi.ful of Hiiuifl :inmona! and lialf l.: "...... a?.,,.... Inb-w.. )ntrr.l. \.. Yo.. 3U ...,h :. -... c>ii< 'ur. ,*:- i,:,"' : .t".t"r 1
WtY\ \\ TO LOAN LOs,r-l.. ilieb' Purse, between New a ;:;\Iua! of lInt water in which you can AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT? I,, -NO.:: TQEJ1-- "' lillrt t""r."'""',l '" allf'rngfc..isto I, .':'\,...".':.::. '?.A. 1,n III l,>..'.,.,I.;,. ..- ,.,.i.,',. .. -i :. .r'''it'. 4 -
Orleans Grocery :Store:: and F. K.l'.raner's. comfortably: I.<-ir; jour hand-: Thensqueeze cough and J I U It E r< liacco lla\>>lt.jfr.dq''n's r :: :' "".. .-.) t **.'
hacking a
Unusually a tjo:
/ Hti i r t .
and iu thin stitlitext iu ....... '
eaur.tible terms, and! i-iuite '- : 1'- ; "" : .
A' f.
Sail1 rocket IJook] .
containing general feeling of weakness often I .. III '!., L, ..** ,. .
; t' i 11 I .klfl l 'i
w 'It.\'. a sim'il.ir: siuK prepared: in the same ..., '. It' .. '., l' .
.i. f.
.1 \V. IJULLAUD, ]between sixty-nine and sev- way ai'd Ciully rinse in warm water leading to fatal results after the patient ***j : I tile ; fsftr 5c. .. .OJ- '".u.- "'-, ..."...... .a,(1'. ".. ..1".a_ M.f s",., I i'

.- ?" i'.ilifi: Up-Stair fnty-fl\e dollars; also bill from 5Iar- softcnodit!. :1 little niuiunuia. fi is supposed tip have passed\ the -- --- _ _ _ _. ? I t r
J A, WIL ON, Manager. ston &. Fiach. llandaorae! reward course, if rainwater is a\iiablp! no danger point. Foley's Honey and k 4 .4 '
---- ---- .
ta fin( t'r. 11US. E. II. SIMTSOX aminoi.ia will I bo netnled. I Irsiii a Tar is guarar'ed to cure the rippe J.A.V PELT. J C. VAN PELT.VAN .

MOSEY TO LOAN ('.ire F. 11 Ijra\\ntr 103: S. Palafox: windy jhue. rubbing freijuently to cOI1 h" and make you strong and

St. AC-tf. soften the leatlier.Ilo well. It never fails to stop a cough; PELT BROTHERS jj,1

o. -' i _""<)lsliore:,, wagons, if taken in time. Take no substi .':. .. .
;, ii l all other kinds of WANTED. j "
.1 i : > \> to :liaLe Lemon Ginger Corbet. tutes.

i : .,. ,rty. I'.u-iner priiTtey w.\\T-O=:t'ivcCash' lij's-at-!':-E.lrawners : To make thi l, -il together for live -- --- -- >

I ". ," guaraJ tHd.I Department Store, lu3' : minutes u ijtiart of water and a IIuntl The largest, the best and newsiestThe STAPhE fljfl fANCY GROCERS. ktJl1L'c'.V
-. 1' ii \ ;at.: A. A. Fisher.2m week.k .
News 10 cents
of !ot! ar. Add the juice of three lemons per
tf and 103; South I'aiafox street. It t.-a 4'
and set 'a'Silll' to ("HII."h'n quite -. ,
Slo\h\ in LUA.N-W. K. Men. WANTED-Organizers for an estab- cold, add half a cupful! of finely chopped FRESH LINES! OF DELICACIES RECEIVED DAILY:: AND DELIVERED t' .

w r. I I. II!i :\'fol1t.! Money to lished Fraternal Insurance Company preserved ciuger and four tablespoonfuls ANY PART OF THE CITi.'I. .
1 t. i: f' i-...'able rate of interest of sirup. Turn into the freezer !TA i L ITiin t ftINBURANCE 2? ; i .
with latest plans and business 4 : .
I '.
: \'uri \ otliee 112 and ,
Have Adder!
.. and freeze slowly until of a mush- ta Stock a Complete: Assortment of Anti-Rust Tinware. Positively 4 1
i:. : r." .i.iu street.iu methods. Laige salaries paid
---- like consisteucy. Ci-arcrteed Not to Rust. This is Something that Housekeepers 4j j
!O U L E':" H ouiwprovedr good! men. Writefor full particu have rut had the Opportunity to Pjrchase; Before. J1 ( -
,. -; ,i'6 in 1:irire or !'m'ill! lars.: HIE UNITED AMERICANS, How to lure lllurklientl. -
:- ..t I"w rate oft interest.E Warder Bid;., AXasliington, D. C. ror Maikheads: !bathe the face at AM) 1v F4
: .,: I.. LI.- Hrooks. VAN PELT BROTHERS j1' :
,
attorney March :2 oa\\4ft night; with! water as hot as 1':1111.1. borne REAL ESTATE, : :
i ;. Fisher
II\ ; ::0 1'alafox 8t., ,
t t --- without scalding.; Use ca tileoap] am: No.I South Palafox Street. : "
L 3mlui WANTED-At once an Al at i
presser a tlosh brush and ;give your face a thorough .
TELEPHONE NO. 231 .tl.ol < 3IEASTGAP.DENST. .
)Iu.\i) I \ M. Selix's tailor 9 West In- wasK} Itinse with clear cold ? .
Kl-DAY-Do) you Le.-d shop : Water Partial list of dwlllnpts for rent in : '.
!. \ borrow and then with mutton tallow .
11can any tr-mlencia street. m-51-tf.: massage various parts of the city: .
":. ':' : \ > u want today on eli': l'-t which must bo warmed as you use Doors and
t '. $30.-Corner Baylen and Cervantes
t I i-t rates anywhere VVAM'KU 6 VOUM A1EA lr .m '.
it. Huh it In thnrou<:;hl In the morning ,
"I" .:' ". in improved city real cauibia County at once to prepare street. :2! story modern dwelling
wash the face with water '
: warm
-: ,'. ,'I'm.: Filler, 204z K. : for Po-iuotn in the Government : with 9 rooms. \VindoScreens II
and it dash of :
;" ,; ''X"'I'.t. IntlII' Service. Apply to only-ul) soap: give a ,
luter-Btate Corres. lust. l'llitl'at'r.. Never UM i>ow"der or other $23.:; North Barcelona street, 2 story

v \1.' 'I I w. .. ,; to burrow money, in- Cedar RapidIa.: cosmetics and avoid ill cooked, greasyor dwelling! with 12 rooms. Al! 1 \ \\\\\\ HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF t I

ii'Mirf your property cU-wlui rich foods. modern convenience, bath onupper ... I THE PROFKCnON AND trJl
:
i i'i I icts of title, buy orS I ----- -- --- --- j
of Fop KriU... : floors, corner lot, nice '
it-, rent property ----- p. COM FORT THEY AFFORD? t
"Hi, have reut col.1 ld l- FOIl KKNT-In opera hou.e buildig A Health Hint. yard and shrubbery, stables,
t" taxes attended to, ou ground iloor, one stole and No charm that a woman can possess outhouses etc. Get Prices Now.
'. 1 -'; flo. t'. Watson jUice; OIl..t'COIlU floor, tIHf'f' c.flices.feh2i can atone for a, tainted breath. It suggests 44
*: 1- t .tate; uud In-urance ) physical divider or a lack of inward $10.-Corner Bay lea and Cevantes

.;. .ol.i! Kia. Chares cleanliness. Defective teeth too dwelling with 8 rooms.
NICELY furnished rooms with bath
: U. G Pelva & Co.
i. 1 1' everyone who buys I I with are the cause of offensive breath. It J23.: North Palafox: street; a nice one V1rTcIcpIiaiio
: will $1..0 and $2.00: week; good
we lend money I should KJ the object of every woman of story modern dwelling with
*; ., !lllI.J! a hou..e. beard $;;.00 week; central location 11. .
her holds : 4
that personality
relineuient hard wood floors, all modern : ;
--- 2C: South street between ,
Spring .
of absolute Thisis -- .tI.1
l'OI' ". the fragrance; purity. conveniences.

r : 'wh) of-Keys. Owner Transcient West Ilomana solicited.antI Garden nilDlm.FOUSXLI' streets.: cleanliness impossible l and bout therefore healthfulness! these and two $ ::!.rO.-311) West Gregory street; 2 : h hOYAL STAKDAHD'UISKEY\\ g:1: j jl'

hy calling; at this prime factors of health and beauty tory dwelling with 7 rooms. 111 9
." .
1.1 u propi-rty and pay- 4It I"oA 1I. should ln cultivated! unceasinsly. It is $:JO.-:210! North Barcelona street 2 .

I t "u-(>. -.-M7tfi -Large ice liov suitable said that oriental woiaen rinse their story dwelling with S rooms. 2 Years Cld, in Casss of 4 Full Cuzrls, at S3.20 per castTHIS .
."i -i/-.I I bull Terrior.1' for taloon grocery store or butcher
mouths night and morning with lotions $15.-:311 West Garden street; ;5 room I
Mack: F. M. in orut anti will be I
I Call on fchop. good l r delicious odor to the
that impart a cottage. WHISKEY: i distilled at the Nelson Co. /4 t
< .' llanlen; and Pala-i stiM to laake room for new one. breath. Cinnamon has antiseptic as $15.-313 North Spring street; 6 room ., DHtillery, ani i H fully matured in wood Ij

_. 1w'ii A'S.: : .\. FRIEDMAN. well as aromatic properties and is highly :; house with gas, water, etc. before bottling it i is ab-olutely pure and not cx- 1,
:'- -- valued by the Japanese for purifying J celkd quality by any Whiskey of the same ajjeLy :1 'i'
: rI I 417 East street, 6
iig 1I FOR HALE-The iriostdeMrable, $12.50.:! Gregory
The
of where
---- the breath. The medicinal value matter produced. P'oyall'5tandard i
''\ ,, 'I "uJIotSl.atWneeIer lots iu the city on easy terms, by cinnamon is too little known. It destroys room 2 story dwelling. i is eight: years old when bottled, and, considering m'
V .. the }o'I*hpr Real Estate Agency, street 5 it* pxcfilsnt quality, j U; the cheapest .
,1 Vary K ther, L'I:1.. Mrs. infectious microbes and when $12.50.( -Ss'iC East Gadsden whiskey t ta
( 'I'Mpnetre All thee _.?lI4b? South P lafox. IStlm: freely drunk iu such ways as cinnamontea room cottage. tae market at that price. As a beverage, and aa 7 .
.
e j., '. : 'f '">nie at very reaona FOR SALE CHEAP.-Roll top desk, an ab-olately: pure .timulatit, there ia none better f
malaria.
it prevents East Belmont street, 5 room
;' :N'orthern tourUts will new. Leslie E. Brooks, Fisher Build $11.-611 IKL Shipped in cases containing no marks whatever to (1 } f)
.fi .: ,- i ideal place to spend a ing. :23mlm.! cottage. i indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining 1 t '

--..:. : .. : : I ....ag.n. 12nlm SPRING FEVERS. $11.-700 East Belmont street, 5 the whiskey, is not satisfied with the quality he .
FOR SALE at a bargain-The three can return the same at our expense and money '.
,- It ;'. ." .\.1... room house, new, and lot 45 feet During the cold winter months the rooms. Till be refunded .
is full of and vigor, Jut $12.-419 East Intpcdentia street, 6 All orders should be
KL.IIlA inches located system snap accompanied by either
\IIIXn't'he; tailor ba re- front, by 146 feet 6 deep, _
11. .v. approach of warm weather produces a room cottage. __ _ziGIfu4Isc.a currency postofBce money order, bank draft cr express .
11 nYe, .t' money
":""' >o-tte office change in the body-a reaction sets 10.-Coiner Baylen and Cervantes
; ; Express !
'. and "B" street. Enquire on premises 11L Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. Jj1 ,
,
? : H prepared to clean re- in. The liver, bowels and kidneys streets, 4 room cottage.
"r .Ii ,! 122: B street.Mltxellan.
;.'l": '" prl'Itdies', I and eentle'i become sluggish and allow an accumulation $10.-13C East Chase street, 5 room jr
'r =mlw
mhI.H"t.16j3n: S. A.
--- of waste mater. The cottage. -1 FRIEDMAN
-- ---- ---
H-vin (.(>'.)1)"" -<*ttui*. stomach becomes weak and digestipn $ 9.-910 East LaUua street, 4 room
-- --- -- -- .
5I.R-. '.\KAHP.EIRXE- lISiBfiJr.;;;; ;; H. ALFMAN, umbrella\ maker, 315 impaired. cottage.A Sots PROPRIETOR, PENSACOLA, FLA. : 1J
'1'"" I'.j de tier in Hair Goods South Palafox street. Ra-cover- of smaller dwellings, as -
will tone the large list I
HEPATICURA up -
H.' P. O. BOX 418.handle .
.. Tler. .\rtiele Hair Oil, insr and repairing of umbrellas and and offices : { TLLl.p11oFi.o i4kFf.i
,- \\ .-t Ooverument street. parasols a sppcialty. Silk covers !liver and bowels; remove the accumulation well as a number of stores nisi

always on hand. janjJ of waste matter and you for rent. i4i.i.A .

N'ALE HELP WANTED 'Dresses made from-J1.50- up.:--Other will feel bright and cheerful. Sold bl; THOS. C. WATSON & CO., ..airbMAl&. .-"- .,: -I every class of Liquors sold, In .5'.4 ,. .4 .1

''iibme samples for' sewlag as reasonable, 26 South all druggists. Leading Real Estate, Rental and !. bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices thai t.ca .

'. address "Standard" : Spring between West Romano and Insurance Agents, 1 South Palafox ar wiy down. j .,

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DAILY NEWtl PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA_ WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 18C3f


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/: WHAT'S THE GOOD OF DEFENDANTS
SEVEN CONVICTS CAME NEAR

HAVING MARRIED I' A '".

SISTERS, COUSINS I CARRIED AWAY BEING SHOT BOUND OVER I : : :


AND AUNTS ? I II I I rt

E'!ry irldc\&wale boy and jlrl should at one* I SEVEN WERE SENT TO SERVE SEVEN NEGROES CHARGED WITH '

n laU on bin married Blswrs, cousins and auuta WEST HILL GENTLEMAN ALMOST .
md get them to save him the """,--tiVI1II" from VARIOUS TERMS IN THE CAMPS STEALING AND COMPLICITY J

the GOOD U'CK" Baking Powder cansIt | I
PERSUADED TO SHOOT A NEGRO Record
any houl not be using "(.OXJD 1.UCK. Le i THIS MORNING. THEREIN WILL HAVE TO FACE

should see that they commence at once; fur i I
EARLY THIS MORNING.Mr. .
hat'g the ue of his having married sisters, i icouiilDS TRIAL IN COUNTY COURTS. I
and aunts If they are not buying to suit

Uin as veil as themtielvea t Seven convicts left for the Williams' I II

Richmond Virginia. convict camps in Eastern Florida at Harry Thornton, the timber
Three hours were consumed this
7 o'clocK this morning In charge of merchant, came near taking a shot
morning in the mayor's court hearing
......................... ))r, Williams, an agent for the lessee. at a suspicious negro named Henry preliminary testimony in cases wherein Breaker !
Those who were taken away were Miller early this morning. The black I -- -
.1 seven negroes were charged either
convicted at the last term of te was arrested by Mounted Officer Par-
with stealing or complicity in such
| SOCIAL ECHOES \ criminal court. Their names, crimes ker as a dangerous and suspicious We are willing to go on record with a statement that no store ever
i crimes. All were bound over to the P'e-
and term were as follows: character, but his story, corroboratedby county courts, the mayor making a sented an elegant line of OXFORDS as we are offering. Look eve' y..here.,

.I0NI91NOiON/NI.10NN Osborne Peters, wnite, crime against that of Mr. Greenhut and Mr. careful review of the convincing evidence but before you decide on your purchase, call on us; the visit w save YC

General and Mrs. llin ham who nature; three years. Forcheimer, saved him from a term adduced.Since money and give us trade.. .Our

lames Keller, white, crime against in .
state prison.Mr.
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hate been the guests of Mr. and Mrs.F. The Xews was issued yesterday -
nature 10 Thornton said today that he
; years.
C. Brent fur the past six weeks left afternoon the prosecuting oScers
John Wiliams, colored, three con- was disturbed about midnight by his
much to
for the North Monday night Deputy Marshal Sanders and Special $2.00
friends inPensaca.l tictions of breaking and entering; dog barking, as if somebody was about
the regret of their many Officer Ray, effected two important:
eight years.Arthur the premises. He walked to the window
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arrests. John! Fuller was taken in on
Wright and Mannie Land. and, peering through the blinds, Oxfords for ladiesare the greatest values in the city. Can give t ._ t .
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suspicion of beir.g implicated in the )
Mr. and Mrs. Philip have in their reny, colored breaking and entering beheld a negro man acting very sus in Patent Leather or Vici Kid, with French, Cuban and M : '
Railroad street robbery and Viola Davis ;e's
family a little son of which they and with intention to commit felony; two piciously. The negro would skulk heavy extension soles, or real light turn soles, in
for receiving some o the stol..ngroceries
their niiny friends are very proud. years each.George under the shadows whenever anyone
from Carbc & Lind's store.
j Gray colored, petty larceny; came along that way and would make
Both defendants, with the other five
Mis! Rosa R. Levy is; at home again:; three years.Henrietta. every effort to keep in the dark. Atone 14
were bound over.
to the delight: of her many friends. Smith, grand larceny; time he was seen to enter the
Gus Drown, one of the defendants
She has been visiting in Greenville, three years. I yard of Mr. Greenhut, and when Mr. STYLES.Then .
pleaded! guilty and was made use of
Ala. This is the first Latch of Escambia Thornton saw this he telephoned the
I as a city witness.: He carefully detailed
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county prisoners which has ever been police station. Officer Parker was you know that gives you a chance at the $20. It's in t, t RED BOX.

Pt There will be a called meeting; of sent to the Williams' camps. All from called and told to investigate the re- how the grocery store robbery was -- ........
planned and executed, how the
the Haunters of the KiD Thursday this! county heretofore hate been sent proceeds
port.Officer were divided and where all the
morning directlyafter morning service to )points in West Florida. The two Parker rode over hurriedly MEYER SHOE CO.
spoils had been
secreted He said
liiibiu'ess of importance to be white convicts were not natives ol and found Miller. The negro tried to ,
Smith persuaded him to
and
go
discussed. Large attendance desired. Pensacola. They came here on a ves- pass but the gleaming barrel of the !
rob the store. Smith forced the en Feet Furnishers for Cash Only.
officer's revolver halted him and he
Itrennan of the Hartford trance, went inside, lighted a candle
Chaplain was sent to the station. 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.Tetley's .

is spending a few days in Mobile. sel.PRINCIPAL The negro explained this morningthat and then extended him (Brown) an u ...
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invitation to enter. Brown said he
he was sick and had walked into
Mrs. Marion Clutter has returned shuffled through the opening and helped -
tae air for relief. This story was .
from DoFuniak where she has been himself afterward carrying the
substantiated by Mr. Greenhut who
enjoying the chautauqua.Mr. stolen goods to the home of Katie '
25 YEARS added the negro was employed about
Gross where a division of ham was
his home. Mr. Forcheimer said Millet
: and Mrs. Chase, who have been made with the new defendant, Viola
-- had worked for him about ten
t the guests of Colonel Stoddart forirk Davis.L. .
and was regarded not as a
years
.' some time, have gone to New Or SUCH IS THE RECORD OF PROF. Carlson was in court and ideati
troublesome man. tpon this: testimony Tea is economy, health Tetley's, unspoiled in
thel'ak.ng
leans. Peculiarities
; fled the groceries and tobacco. -
it JAMES TATE, OF THE ROBERTS he was discharged with a warningto
of each article were cited. A and pleasure, all in an air tight is a revelation m Tea di ik
change his habits in the future
Ill:\: : Rev. Father Giles 0. S. R., secretary SCHOOL. bag of meal he said was not from his packet. ing.
Mr. Thornton said he was watchingfor
, #h of the St. Bernard college, of St. I place of business.
the black to enter his yard andI
h IJprnard, Ala., is in the city the guest Smith emphatically denied that ASK YOUR GROCER.
had the attempt been made he would
t [f of Ilev. Father McCafferty, of St. Prof. James M. Tate, principal of] I Brown told a straight:; story. He
:.j. have cut him down.
j t :Michael's: hurch. His many friends the public school at Roberts Fla., said he Knew it was going to a higher .

ktl I\ will be glad to see him and hope that Known as Number :5, has held his court and said he wanted to keep:
THE CRUM CASE AGAIN.
i.j /l t his visit will be of some duration present situation for a quarter of a the thing straight. In reply as to 4IONONNIOOI

F; f";--ol I century or within a few days of that how he made his living Smith said
(Savannah Xews.)
. U Mr. H. S. laird of We.->tvllle. Mr.! long time. He is one of the oldest he gambled and worked very litle

f I tC A 15. Adams, of Carytille. and Mr. teachers in the county, but that makes A dispatch from Columbia, S. C., -
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r ,,4 AV H. Brett Jr., of II'Jlmt.mty are .. no difference-his pupils, old and contains the statement that the President CASES AGAINST :: l

t J registered at the Merchants yonn:;, revere: him all the same. is anxious that Dr. Crum shall THE OTHER THREE., gout, \)!', .S

.f. t' On May 15, at 7:3"") o'clock p. ra., resign!: the position of collector of Cases against Mattie Coleman Anderson .. ;:.@..,)?;: s;:"@):: .

t? i'U Miss Etta Ilazell: and Miss Florence the school will hold exercise in celebration Charleston, not because he is disturbed Ashley and John Fuller were .. llll \; llll" \;;: i ii .

t 1 Griffin left last night for New Orleans. of the principal's long career. by Southern sentiment in regard to called next. Fuller testified that the .
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J I,_: '(., Ilcsides the regular pupils at the the matter, but because of the opposition woman had sent for him on the night i

oJf! r1i',' present term of the school there will to the Crum appointment that after the! robbery at her house and

fJ: : FAIR WEATHER FOR he a large gathering of many who has developed among his friends at gave him instructions what to say i 1 (New (Means Grocery, I Ii

rt THE SEARCH LIGHTS. have learned the alphabet under the the Xorth. In other words, the ap- when the case came up in court. He

tib tutelage of Prof. late during the past prehension of the loss of influence could remember a lot of things againstthe JAMES McHUGH Prop. :

twenty-five years. An Alumni among certain white people in the others but he was remarkably ,
Observer Baanenwyer says in his
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t,4:1 elation has been organized to Asso-I North is very much more effective free from the slightest crime. He
report this morning that lair weather:

'.i will prevail this evening, which will ensure the success of the reunion. with him than the wishes of the was represented by lion. C. H. Lane), i ROASTED COFFEES i

Southern people. Ashley said that Fuller had stolen
*! 1.i! In gratifjinK news to t h.> many who This association has elected a president .
' nut what is to become of Dr. Crum from the boarder and had di. .
two ice-presidents, a secretary, money
mtemplato betaking themselves on 1
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historian The dispatch states that he is to be tided it. lie claimed not to hate
treasurer and committeesof
1;? : e docKs! for the puriMisn) of watch- I .
mutation, given the place of minister to a lit known where the cash had come from
.- c the unique search light drill to he reception program, etc. i
-tie republic where he will be accept These two defendants used tt BLENDED TEAS i
v : ,->ned by the orders of Admiral and is compo.-ed of Ijcal graduate I were as

7li.ginsun.i : at HOIK-US. All the former pupils able. The office that will be offered witnesses by the ctiy and the mayor 0 .

The weather man says furth.t.1f hate been forwarded a letter uniting I him will compensate him much better drew from them some important e OUR SPECIALTIES. ;

than the electorship of Charleston statements. All intent *
them to be present and participate in were so upon
,it general weather: conditions that the o .
I :'I'ironsetric the e\erci-es. Should business matters ; which, it is said ,did not pay more clearing themselves that they cared .

pressures are generally'il'itv I. than $1(111laH( year. not what became of the e (J) : :
I others anti
i' 1 : normal and degressions! are prevent any from attending it isl L.LJ '4
Of course Dr. Corm if he holds on such conclusive .
testimony given I
that ofinvitation was
11,11'.1 this -mornins over tuupper reqtu-titi: acknowledgement )iti
i iI. to the collectorfchip, will lose his Q -u i
f i .'tc ..- -i.t and over the upper Ohio; alley,1) be made. that statements were not needed 0 :: : :JJ .
practice as a physician and the salary from the city dcrtectives. I u .
Among the recipients of Kind invitations
Hit Grande valley, liver the NjrihS C")
S) nurs hate been general: from the to be present is The News of"the office will not compensatehim In Justice to Mattie Coleman it is'': J ; ,rrt .

a: him nothing in the future. It is understood three turpentine weeks'
1 negroes some : I /
Lakes and New Hiiqlanl.; I and Z I .
I says the dispatch, that Dr. ago did not occur at her home as Imperfect I 7sy
Il.'uron; thiindt>rsu ms with heavy 1 """ ; : : I : L.LJ : .
II jCrum will accept the offer and that information led this I- tt
I paper to! .
rainfall! :! have occurred in the interior :
.1 I the collectorship! nattcr will be final- say yesterday.Cheese z E i
of east Gulf; and s.nlhtantir( state Euiiii1Among f p
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ly settled to the satisfaction of the A rrt'
t A squall! of :4: milt':! is reprtcd from : ...I I 'TJ :
y people of Charleston. %
k Memphis In western and n r t I It is imposible to say what amount Swiss, Xeuf Chatel Sao o I t.'
Sap Cream
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' it is generally! cloir. (.'lianas; II ... j n :
I I --- of truth there is in the Columbia dispatch or Limburger at Jacoby's, South Pala- .
in temperature have been unimportant I -
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I the passengers on the 4 p. I if any. It will be developed fox street. Z C 1 3I
: but it is slightly warmer in I I
in a very short time whether or not Z
t must sections. m. train yesterday were Mrs H. n .
Dr. Crum w to be honored with a Y;;: a -IQ .
C. Cu"hmanIr.. \\'m. Fisher and
Special
b\'tter-paring office in considerationof communicationof i I .
WOULD YOU Her L. It. Walker. They went to Escambia Lnde, No.15, ..J :j :
the President of his
relieving
Milton. em A F. and A. :M., 7:30 p. m., ..J 0 .
Blame Him? barrassment. At this time when the Wedn-siay. April 8. + :: : .2: i

campaign fur the Work in M. \1. de "re*. .
presidential nomi
The effect of coffee cm brain workers neJ.'athl.r Giles O. S. B. secretary

is more injurious than uu those of St. Bernard's College at nation is in sight the Presidentdoesn't dially invited.Visiting brethren are cor- I HIGH GRADE GROCERIES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL !

who work with their hands but still l'uJlman, Ala., is in the city a guestof want to be hampered by anything W, D'C. KESSLER ,

the! hard physical worker is often Father McCafferty on West Chase that will weaken his hold upon HARRY W. GIBBS. W. M. ...'a' Feed Stuffs of All Kinds. ..01.:1- i
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seriously hurt with coffee. street. He will preach Friday and his friends in states where he will -Secretary.Menu --- --- i

t A man from Mead, 11'ash., says: Sunday at :St.: Michael's church. I have to fight for delegates to the for any day-Breakfast Ham PHONE 105. :

nominating convention. dinner Yam, supper Jam, all kept by L.
it "Coffee drinking had a different effecton I Few of the hotels in this part of Jacoby. ........ ......................................1
my wife than on me, it ruined her j
the world are so widely and so favor -
n nervous system and put her in very Infants Thrive
ably known as the Merchants, and it
bad condition that way. With me my on c:>w's milk that is not subject to .SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL
proprietor, Capt. Kryger, by his long OMON'S. JAMES HUGHES
F' ) nerves seamed to be all right but any change of composition. Burden'sEagle
k occupancy has become so closely identified ,
1 stomach was disordered and I Brand Condensed Milk is always !-
my with the property that It would Try The News Want Column.
from dyspepsia from the same in all climates and at I
r- was suffering be hard to conceive the idea of their _
drinking coffee, so finally we concluded all seasons. As a general household
ever being separated. While other I
to begin Postum instead of coffee. milk it is superior and is always
BOILER[ AND
hotels are changing management at MACHINE f WORKS.

and''In headaches a very few that days she the had dizziness suffered more or less frequent intervals thereis available. G.NRI. I I J

no chance: here for the right man
with more or less, disappeared, and ESTIMABLE LADY

her nerves kept getins better and is in the right place. DIED LAST NIGHT. Ice Cream Parlors BOILERS AND MACHINERY BOUCHT AND SOLD.

my dyspepsia left, now I can eat The extensile repairs that are now ,

anything. I hate noticed that in being made will be completed In time Mrs. Gerald B. McGill wife of the 25; S. Palafox Street 8ol to 807 South Palafox St.

hard work in the harvest field the and Saturday morning will witness popular L. & ='. conductor of that -

days when I used coffee I was not the opening of the new department name, died last evening about 6 NEWLY PHONE 123 and 292. POSTOFFICE/ BOX -*.
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near so strong and vigorous as when stores of Mr. F. E. Brawncr that have o'clock after a short illness. Funeral -
REFITTED AND FURNISHED.All .
I used Postum."I been before mentioned.The this afternoon at 3 o'clock, the interment .

have had many chances to prove public generally, and the ladiesin to be made in St. John's. Kinds of Creams, Ices, Graces A CREENHUT & CO.

and have proved that Postum is far particular, are invited to attend as Fruits and Cakes.

and away better for me than coffee, the display made will be somethingnew Among the many sweet things keptat ,
PRIVATE PARLORS FOR LADIESOR '
oosides I am well now: and while I and out of the ordinary, everyday Jacoby's new store will be found .WHOLESALE GROCERS

was using coffee I was half sick. opening. This will be one of the bottled honey, and a variety of can PARTIES. ... ,

Name furnished by Postum Co., Battle largest stores in the city and there dies, at ten, twenty and thirty cents Maillaird's Candies a Specialty. ..

Creek, Mich.. will be room for all per pound. PHONE 602. Nos. 102, I04, 106 East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA.THE .

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