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Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Creation Date: April 9, 1903
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VJL..39. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY ,AFTERNOON. APRIL 9 1903 "NO 77 + : k

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iRK ON LEVEE GOVERNOR'S I R MESSAGE A AI DECIDED THAT WHARVES j1".. !,fARE '.





AT A STANDSTILL PUBLIC PROPERTY :




I I TO IIIIS R 1'pr I I'_ f'l;Jjtran'portatlon ; .:.ii..



...". cogs WILL HOLD SHIP tween your conference and its members THE UNITED STATES COURT OF beyond Pensacola, both" ,, I I'fri:,

s- and this association under date .,
I as to: route and rates. ,tJl;

rrs RESPONSIBLE FORt of April 9, 1902, and to say that we APPEALS DENIES THE LOUIS, ,tl*
A 1! "if the wharf involved in this case, :
will hold jour conference, as well .u

,',',GE FOR BREACH .OF as the individual members thereof,! VILLE & NASHVILLE A MONOi-0- although in deep waters of a navigable H jh;It

responsible for all udiuases that we;! harbor, was used by the railroad f !
of Vast
Handled '
CCtiTFACT.y may suffer by reason of the breach I Questions Importance = LY AT PENSACOLA. company solely for its own carrying'1 : :

of the said contract, and notably the
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+ .If
business in connection with its own : .
breach of 'the said contract this day :
I In an Able Manner By lines dinerent would have been'
a
case \ .1" Rt1
I.a., April 8.-Ab- IbY their refusal to allow our men to West Coast Naval Stores Company, I". :
to work. I am also directed to presented. ,
: was done jesterthi of Florida, Plaintiff in Error, vs. 't
, i
I say that all and each and every I The Chief Executive.FLORIDA'S "The judgment of the lower Court l4 j
t ship agents or
: Louisville & Nashville railroad company -
of association
member tu.s are now ,9
6
I is reversed and the case remandad, 1 ;
f associations in the and shall stand always ready to fulfill Defendant in Error-Error tone
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I with instructions to sustain the demurrer l ;
change of rules and their part of the said contract. -- United States Circuit Court, t"r '
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on the third plea and other-
i t.I' the agents. There Respectfully, Northern District of FloridaThecase \ '"
l JAS. MOORE, President. wise to proceed according to law" '
t --uus of any kind held shows that the Louisville & ,r

, !i. either of the bodies, The whole matter will most likely SPLENDID CONDITIONNO Nashville railroad company is in CINDERS WILL BE ( "'. !114 1I !

E ,> there will be come up at the next meeting of the wharf built at
E-: 1. expected possession of a large SPREAD ON ROADS. to t

,ul the early part of I(Central Trades and Labor Council its on the extension ofa I
j.: : : own expense About three hundred tons of cinders t.f.

'. \ and the Central Labor Union. The public street in the city of Pensacola ,*
the
have been from
the Indian War claims fund, as procured
former the white unions, COMMONWEALTH IN THIS "
\ : I I the ship agonts had any- represents in the deep waters of the harbor this ,
I shown by the treasurer's report, be Goulding Fertilizer Company, and !! :" : :
central
while the latter is the body it t-
.: '., i --ay in regard to the matter I UNION HAS MORE TO BE PROUD applied to the payment of the bonded of the city; on which streets and excellent road building material will -
labor unions ,
all the local
that their for negro wharf it laid railroad track con "
explaining i'osots i.as
i '.
: be spread on the Palafox street drivefrom :
debt of Florida. : it
,'. :. clearly stated in the ad- here. It was stated last night by a OF.-GOVERNOR JENNINGS OUT necting with its main line and depotin .. r;
Sunset Lake street.
to Wright
"The application of the balance in ,; .
Union
Central Labor
,-,, ililished The member of the the etiy, over which tracks the J';
_ jesterday.
|p LINES HIS POLICY ON VARIOUS; thejIndian War claim fund, $379- The city has been fortunate in securing ; 'f
-. to be that nearly 10,000 men were con- Railroad Company carries and trans '
M'-ii: are reported prepar- .
p which has already r t\
this large supply,
in the troubles of the 576,87, should be applied to the
,L: ,i n nly to this address, although cerned screw- MATTERS. ports goods ordered and Intended for been delivered. The material Ii :"' '
bonded debt, which would leave the
1: \v.niM! not admit this jesterday. men, they being connected in somemanner shipment by water, making a quasi
said to be unequalled tor improving
". that decid- with the handling of cotton bonded debt $452,023.13. of the wharf. The .' ,
learned they have terminal questionis 'I'
.
The then on to explain public roads.TWELVE 11 !
I governor goes
the riser front.FORGERY .
- fully explain their side of the I on Tallahassee ; whether this wharf is a public r ,
I April 8.-Gov. Jenning's the facts regarding the Indian
.-: ':'--nt, and will answer every isI, wharf, or if not public, but a private
message to the legislature War claim and gives credit to our { }
,. "\(>o:1t made by the ship agents. wharf, it is so located and used that ARE : J.j,
an able and is of
,
MAY one probably one delegation in congress for the able ; -
- statement it was said, would the public has a right to have goods '- 'i ,
the lengthiest documents that was manner in which they handled Florida's -
tdy within a few days. intended for shipment by water beyond -
SHOT BY TROOPS
ever presented a body of lawmakers. claim, by which the substantial ;
BE CHARGEDTHOUGHT
',' were expressions of dissat- Pensacola carried to the wharf t J
Every important question is handled. amount was secured.

yesterday from a large nuraigshoremen The message in part is as follows: and have ships moored at the wharf %

at the action Regarding Pensioners.In there take its : "
and goods.It
on
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Gentlemen of the Senate and Houseof STRIKERS GATHERED IN THREAT'ENING ,
'. agents. The longshoremen THAT GRAND JURY
is held that riparian proprietorshave
r't
of he \t.J
Representatives: speaking pensions, says:
'charge that the stoppingthe a right to erect bridges andpiers NUMBERS IN ROME.-A "'r ;, ;
MAY RETURN ADDITIONAL IN- "It affords me peculiar pleasure to "Under chapter 4894, acts of 1901,
screwmen practically the shoreof : -1;
and landing places on
welcome you to our State Capitol, an annual tax levy of one mill on the GENERAL STRIKE PROCLAIMED \ '
nut of work, and they DICTMENT WHEN CASE CONSIDERED navigable rivers, lakes, bayous and i
I '
and to assure lOU of my hearty cooperation dollar was collected for- pensions:
l t..r the matter to be I i I arms of the sea if they conform to the BY WORKMEN'S COMMITTEE. ; J
in the work before us. So There are now on the pension rol 1' : ,
t interesting feature of i regulations of the State and do not J,:
numerous and varied are the interests I nearly 2,000 pensioners, and the number ,
i' many of the long of j ,
obstrust the paramount rights
of our great state that each is steadily increasing. You wIll! Rome, April 8.-The strikers have : : fr.. t''

'so serewmen. They G. ]I. Sims the embezzler year brings new demands for legis':[observe that, under the more liberal navigation; but the right to make succeeded in gathering in threatening : :j
cotton into steam- young; such erections terminates at the ,
lation. The present act of the legislature of 1901, the in Corse Vittorio and Em- : :
.... be, indicted year forms no numbers f
., classed as screw- may by the federal grand I point of navigability. And of such improvements ,
excl'ptlon'bile the state is in an number of pensioners has increased anuelle, almost in the center of the r't
1 jury on a charge of forgery. :
r tomes they unload it is said that the riparian
It unusually prosperous condition, and from 768 in 1901 to 1.S43 in 1902, requiring city. Troops charged the rioters, fired :
was stated this morning by
: classes of freight, a proprietor may construct any one of
no very: great public questions present -!i now the annual expenditure three times and dispersed them. About J
hank official that Sims in sub."tituting
uraoe: of longshore- had them for his own exclusive use and M
13'j
themselves for legislative solu- lof about $l Gl2g. a dozen were wounded. Order was rev
,' the dummy notes, forged other -
number occup'lngI. benefit; and if not located in a har- '
tion, there are numerous matters in "The one-mill tax authorized will ,. established but the city is still occupied :
1 I. -!4ip make a strong notes, and in this manner avoided I bor or other usual resting place for .
whose proper settlement the peopleare yield a little less than $10),000. You by the military. The general .lli'.lli'I:.
'." two unions. The detection, thus committing a more se- vessels, and if found within a shoreof 3
interested, and whose wise disposition -: will observe, therefore, that this strike continues and many strikers !j
rious offense! than embezzlement for
i y t' terday sent the the sea, or the unnavigable watersof
will! promote the welfare would fall approximately $73!)iM have been arrested. f.
: .:.iratiou to the ship which the punishment is severer. I' the lake, whith has not !been usedor ., -:
and hcrt of the annual requirement, and :
of
prosperity our citizens. We. fi
j'j'I'J'
Bank Hxamllicr DeSaus.spure:: As- I held out as intended to be used by
as their public servants, should be it is fair to presume that, under the General strike Proclaimed ,' 'J,
I 7 190;. sistant District Attorney George Rolland to
ii- April others, the public have no right : jm:
as vigilant and watchful of their interests !! present law it will require a two mill Amsterdam, April 8-The workmen'sdefense .
i r-cj. Chairman New tae directors of the Capital City make use of the same. !J
I and conduct the business of tax to meet the demands on this fund committee has decided to proclaim .4;
ti -tip Conference. National Rank have been closeted in The structure in this case is located f'
government with the same fidelity ; for each of the next two years, in a general strike of all the trades ; l :]
\ i' I li-nor of the 2ndin the diiectors' room this norning. Itis in deep water, in a harbor heremany t
me as the pros- and zeal which we would exhibit toward : auction to the $7\;"W which will throughout the country. ,
not known for what the
purpose ships lie at at all seasons of the t f..i'
1 r' iri-d l crewmen s our private affairs: i I be required, as :show; by the comptroller's -
"I'a(1. 1, was I meeting was called, as President peer year. It was built, as shown by the MAKING AN ATHLETE 1 t
"In obedience to the mandate !\ estimate till his report) to
." ilimitied to my of the hank, stated that he had no additional I plea, for the purpose of providing facilities -
I II meet the demands of this fund for
the
constitution which
directs
t called for cave\ that Food the Most )
Minting information to OM.Cashier for the transaction of such Proper Important Re-t e

.r:i directed by res- I Kontz the !Visi's 'the governor shall communicate by the three quarters ending October I IIII i
stated that business as it might desire with s-ich quisite. ,
I
nation to say iui 1, 1 103. I resepectfully reconimeu'dthat
i message to the legislature, at each
r"" of the bank was about normal vessels as it might permit to come I Most health or II' health comes from s:

!ir.o secret under- r.ad the only change was that theyfiwed regular session, information concerning an appropriation of $70,000 be and lie by the wharf to take cargo; I tl'e stomach, depending upon how it '

made available to meet the demandson (
"I 111'110 a particulara exceptionally large :\1 an- the condition of the state, and it limits the use of the wharf to is fed The athlete is very dependent r 4 9

,," state, and and recommend such measures as he this fund, in order that the small Its t'
> you
the food. An athlete of.Muncie
traffic handled by vessels on the regu upon proper
'L.i recan be no dty.So I that will be hand for these
amount on
I have the
deem expedient,
far no effort has Peen male to may lar lines pinning in connection with Ind., writes: "From a frail
> \isting conditions honor of submitting the following three quarters will not be required to 4"
railroadand sickly college student of scarcely six
secure the young man's rIca"c on the Louisville & Nashville Its

,", that the employer statements and recommendations: be prorated, as now provided by law, pounds the food Grape-
bond. While it Is known that he hasa vessels belonging to or consignedto score pure 9
,
l'vct! where the em- number of wealthy relatives it is Good Financial Condition. between the deserving patriots now the Gulf Transit Company, an Nuts has brought me, through; persistent h

\" q !k, provided' l.e can on the roll.
n..tnmr as not to con- said that he refuses to request them to "No state in the Union has a better agency of the railroad, and ta:: trafficin conscientious use, to vigorous .t
"It is roll of honor and must
our
,attn of the agree- sign the bond.Immediately. financial standing than Florida. connection with other vessels sub- young athlete tipping the beam at

I" IIf \pril 9, 1002! ) by I after the indictmentsare The bonded debt of the state is controlled be so maintained.. The Confederate ject to special assignments. In short, 152 pounds. For two years the food

1 ,'.' r,'nee and its indi- returned the federal soldier fought to maintain a great limited the has been to stomach what puro
by grand jury by the state in its educational the use of the wharf is by I my
'1'iigated themselves of constitutional
"" if! of all their work. which meets on April :27, it is expected funds. There is no floating debt. principle govern railroad company to vessels of connecting air is to the lungs-a source of vigor,

*,, :!'at arrangement that Sims wIn request) a trial.If ., The warrants issued by the comptroller I ment, as he understood it. He felt lines and to such others as health and vitality.

,,?, ',: '. M 'Lat i which now en \- a plea of guilty is entered the trial for the current expenses of the that he was right, and proved his the company sees fit to permit. "Having always been a great readerI ft" P

'" .... faith by his deeds. In answer to
hostility between will consist only of the judge's sen state are accepted at par everywhere, It is held by the court: frequently while at school missedmy
v ,J' : :L.! colored aside
screwmen
the call of his state he put
tence. He will then be delivered to the and they are promptly paid by the 'ihat a wharf, built out Into deco meals that I might devote the r fj i
i i --I.l! !,' for the members
all his interests.
self and lIe
," : I to carryout their feleral prison: to srv<; his time.In treasurer upon presentation. All of gave water of a harbor like that of Peu- time to & favorite book, or else I 4 ",

'i agreement. In mak- the event the case takes this the state funds have sufficient moneyto up home, family, and all ne held dear, sacola, where ships coming from and hurried through the meal. This Ir-

.
,i.iangement with the couife, Sims will remain in the Fulton meet all proper demands upon save honor, to answer. her call. Justice going to all ports land, tie, moor and regularity, omission and hurrying, ,

'i object and honor both demand that the
our primary
'.' county jail only about a month. them. The general revenue fund, anchor for rest and laoding and unloading together with the close application to

: ,'it conference to carry state should be as liberal to these and which is used by the study, finally told on my health until i
'she agreement: which It wes ;stated yesterday that District from which all appropriations are ,

11 J up to that time red Attorney Angier surf! Sinn would got paid, had to its creuit on January 1, veterans as her means will permit. owner for his own business and for I[ was forced to leave school. I must r

"'", although duly The pension law needs some amend. others engaged in com- have been in a truly pitiable condition ;
of
a light sentence if he p'cvled grifty.: 1903, $228,042.26, as against (on Jan- such ships i
t 't You will readilythat ment in behalf of the widows of
said he did peting business as the owner may see from what my friends have since told s r
what was done Attorney Angier today uary 1, 1902) I190.4S2.12. The general -

: was done solely for not intend to create this impression, revenue receipts for 1901 were Confederate soldiers who died in fit to permit, is, by Its location and me although at that time I am sure I fc; j

'he members of jour l.r.t that -&hat he *diit was that when $534,040.84;; and for the year 1902, battle or of disease, or injuries received use, open to all ships whose traffic did not half realize the seriousness of 'C I

would otherwise have in battle or as the resultof therefrom. My parents decided to
take case.
a rcrson saved the government an expensive 61859207. calls them to goons my
.
,',', '
for damage under prosecution: it was sometWag "The millage for each year was service in the army. "When the case goes further, and send me on a trip to Southern Call' ;


< :Tilly deny that prior to Us credit be'>re the court. the same, 2% mills. Other Matters Handled. we consider that, in addition, tae fornia. 1

N I 'I railroad terminal "On the train I made the acquaintance .
or at any other time, "The increase is due partly to an The governor at length describe wharf is a quasi

: :HI employer or of his OIL STEAMER LOST ON OCEAN. I of a Mr. Weissenger, a wholesale j
.
increase in assessed values of prop- the additional duties of various state- !
1 ",uiher of our or :lnlza. I grocer of Chicago, who was interested s

'. carried out; the con- erty, and to prompt collections, but officials, and urges that they be 1 t
:' Philadelphia, April S-The oil steamer goods ought to have access, the reasons In my case. He heard my
'r:1fh. increase is from sources
: the
greater I given such salaries and clerical assistance k

". i':,' that you are the only S. V. Luchenbach, which sailed other than taxation, e. g., from licenses as they are justly entitledto. I are decidedly more potent for story and advised me to try Grape-

'': '::" ', rmine the character from Sabine Pass, Texas, March 2:, on' of state holding that such wharf, located in Nuts, a food greatly relished by his
interest deposits
: He recommends that a state
,
". u.. of cotton, but only for this city, has not been reported at I public waters, which are free to all, _own family. From what he told racr e.r
t'al yon have the right'manner money, sale of fertilizer stamps, tax board of equalization be created, consisting
Deleware Dreakwater. The Lucken- I is affected with a public use, and : of the food I longed to try it but I did f
: in which the and from
on insurance companies of members of the Board of

.... :.,,"', :, 1'!'to towed, but in no bach ;should have reached here early I other items of indirect taxation."I Commissioners of State Institutions; I cannot lawfully be farmed out to a II not expect to find it beyond the Rocky t

last week and shipping men are becoming small portion of the shipping public Mountains. To my surprise on arriving It
due
'
the amount
\ recommend that clothed with all
that they shall be '
., ,' i MI concede the fact that anxious as to the fate of the to -to the encouragement of a monopoly at Los Angeles I noticed a box C ,
: I r has a right to expect the school fund be turned over necessary powers and duties to
tr
II. vessel. Agents of the vessel are the and the hindrance of competitionand of Grape-Nuts on my aunt's sideboard.
: to be l
.i.tagreed much Education
upon as the State Board of equalize and determine valuations of 1
'
',. .Il. reasonably be done dur- Sun Oil Company. It carries a crew that the the monopoly in the instant That marked the beginning of my -: j
"" .. credited to said fund; real estate between the various coun- '+
: 'ir* of work agreed upon, of 23; men.What case, at the wharf, is not the only re- health and comfort. Since then I i

?.__ -. -r--st: that there may be a amount due the Industrial Improvement ties. sulting evil. Controlling the wharf have come to look upon the food
'
'Li of opinion between us as Fund of Florida be paid o"erto of Franchises.In .
Taxation
claims the right to do, gives the Grape-Nuts as a for good r '
:. l.e! proper judge of the you pay for extracts is important the trustees of said fund."I as it synonym "

1 < *"i ':' but what you get for your recommend that the amount speaking of the taxation of railroad company the entire control'at health and happiness. Name furnished

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:* directed!: by a resolution money is ton times more important. nearly all points on the line as to by Postum Co., Battle Creek
the general revenue
found to be due
., ---Delation, to call your at- BiurnM's Vanilla cons' more because I destined to water Mich.
of
:, in (Continued on Eighth Page.) shipments goods
the contract existing be- worth more. fund, together with the balance 1a
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THE DAlLY NEWel PENSACOLA FLORIDA THURSOAY. APRIL 9 '.03.
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THE MEN. AND WOMEN THREE MEN I I rr4b i -





Wbo Enjoy the Choicest Productsof KILLED ON

the World's Commerce.


Vniversallu

ltaowle-tJle- What" Out More Imporlaat -

Titan Wealth 1th- THE IOWA for.. infants and Children.
Dot It. Accepted .. .ao.r

.. Ca torb is a 11ani leas c1I1 SUtUto for Castor Oil, Parttignrle
that asf J Irnl1 itihI Soethiog Syrups. it is Pleasant.
It must be apparent to every one itcaottuns
qualities of the highest: order are nee!>- neither f1tillla, 3llorphino uce other Narcotidbub.tpuc'r.
euy to enable the best of the products of The c EXPLOSION ON THE BATTLESHIPTHIS It tle troyS R'orms and allays l'ev'eri huec,
t
modern commerce to attain permanentlyto '' it (!trrv 1)iarrlc'a a nl 11'ind Colic. It relietiev Teeth.ing .
;. _
universal acceptance. However loudly MORNING WHILE AT TAR Trouite1: tniti eure: Coustipation. rt regulates tho
!keralded they may not hope fljrworl .wj'e Best chmutel: and Potve1s, giving healthy and natural bleep,

preeminence unless they meet with the ... f tl lLaxative GET PRACTICE CAUSED DEATHS.: Tae Children's I'an.tcea-The alottier'y Friend.

general Jut faculty of the of approval selecting many not who, enjoying of have individuals tee and happy learnIng only- "I,.; Family fr : The Kind You Have Always Bough

the real worth of the choij.st prod S +f ''If / Ii9 Bears the Signature of
ucts. Their commend. tion. consequently This morning three men were killed

becomes important to others, s.nce to .
Beet the requirements of the well Informed en board the battleship Iowa rlIn
of all countries the method of
which arrived at 3 o'clock this after
manufacture must Le of the most perfect -
order and the combination the most
noon from a week in the gulf.
excellent of its kind. The above Is true

not of food products only but Is especially The Iowa missed the bar aoout 2:30
:
: :
applicable! to medicinal agents and Use For Over 30 Years
after nearly a quarter of a cintury of SYRUP OF FIGS 'clrtt.is: afternoon wiih her flagLalf ... ,
growth and general use the excellent ?wer.r.ve "" .... n ,'...IT" .... u em

remedy. Syrup of Figs. Is everywhere : mast. She had not dropped anchor ... ._. __ __ _.n _____ .__ .
accepted throughout the world as tho '
before the signal was transmit-
best of family: laxatives Its quality is .
due not only to the excellence of the t'\i to the flagship that an explosion: '. W. B. WRIGHT I
combinat.on of the laxative and carminative Recommended bu. ) ; i fJ( COfPARV Y
principles: of plants Xiwan to act tJ f oae of the 12-inch guns had taken I

most beneficially on the system and presented \ :;lace and that three men were killed l : ,T'! MANUFACTURERS DEALERS 15LUMBER
: in the form of a pleasant and refreshln cL J.' I 1wt;,
llqu.d: but also to the methodcf instantly. The signal also stated that -- -
:; : : .'AJ
: manufacture of the California FigS'ru Manu i Millions : ".. ..- ..; LATHS
\ a
? Cohlch ensures that uniformity ; four men Were badly injureJ, two very : ., ,
I ''I p :
I
and purity tssentUl: In a rcnujy Intended ,: ; seriously. ,
for family use.! Ask any physician of La.Lj ri' BAirn CYPRE g gHI HLE2"EiI.DilhlJ;;
1 who is well inforrrud and hi- will I Immediately: tie Kearsargo signalled j i 4 .
answer at once that it is an excellent: = .
} -;; PEX ?,-\COr.A.
The Well-Informed the other vessels: of the squadron that FLA
laxative. If at ah eminent! In his: : :
profession C". .' h _.__._. __ .. .
and has made of
a special stuJy the accident bad occurred and colors
laxatives and their effects upon the system -
he wall tell you that it Is tho best wee 01(ifred diti>!aje'l at half mast.I' COAL
AD W fjD.WE
cf family: laxatives because it is simple Throughout the World-
This! order was immediately obeyed .
and wholesome and cleanses and I II

sweetens the system effectually, whena ii' and every battleship thus alternoin has EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA noKR TRADE
laxative is needed, without any un- Manufactured by! sv I
pleasant after-effects. Every wEll-In- I this mute testimonial of sympathy. I THIS WINTER THAN EVEs fEP K '
formed druggist of reputable standing
From whit can be learned cf tho
knows that Syrup of I'.cs Is an excel l
SEND US YOUR ORDERS
lent laxative and is glad to sell it, at occurrence late this afternoon, the bat- NCW
the regular price of fifty cents per bottle r
because it gives general satisfaction tle hip! was at target practice early Thompson Olsen tfiManresa C :i.
but one should renumber that in .
today off I\'n ac-Ia. A big 12inchgun ::!
order
to get the beneficial! effect of

Syrup of Figs: It is necessary:: to buy the was loaded and fired electrically i ._. Street, Tele f hone 1'; 7.
f -- __ .
, genuine, which is sold la original packages I -- -- -----"" -=- = ;ZEST :- a
or.ly: the name of the remedy- San Francisco Cat. The eXj.losiunas: follo-ved by the BLlfllUD 1863.

Syrup of Figs and also the full name of Louisville Ky. New York. N. Y. disastrous results above noted.It I
i the Company-California Fig Syrup Co.

-printed on the front of every package.I FOB SALE STALL LEADIXG DRVGGISTS. PEICE FIFTY CEXTS PER BOTTLE is stated that: a portion of the big I McKENZIE OERTING & CO.DIALIM .,

I gun burst, hot through: the 1'c1anli
L .. _._. --. -. IS- -o
-- -'-' -
the men met death tinier the turret.
For liver troubles and constipation A FRIENDLY REMINDER.
I I Of course this seems somewhat un Ship Chandlery and General Harfe rat
; There's nothing better In creation
: Hereafter for all reading notices of n'sona1lthnt this was about how it

1' Than Little Early Risers the famous lairs, festivals, plays, suppers, balls, ) NEWS NOTES : happened. One nan is said to have ana AMD SOb. a \LAKOX STIELT
.A.GEN"O"Y'BEV'EBE
1 little pills. dramas, elocutionary or other j -
.JJ any L. r had an Eye blown out and the three I ] COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'8 fONh 10 i I IGALVANIZED

,, ;1 Little Early Risers are different i kind of entertainments given by ... /'_. '" >- others s-istained injuries, the extentof WIRE ROl'E, A. RDKHEL: HO ; 'S FUllr

from all other pills. They do not ;]' viduals churches where, societies an admission, lodges is or charged incii--|i' Dr. J. O,car Campbell wife and which are also not ascertained.The l. ;!n UdtiJ fiat! till!! II.tri: 1 l sruli1etl, Chris, IttAii! : t iC!I:

i weaken the system, but act as a tonic child of l.rnih;ville.' K y., are ia the cOJP.'W 1.00't1'tu
or merchandise or other things Rim w hich i: tnloded is said to
t to the tissues by arousing the secre-!!i city. The gentleman is an official: ; of I i C. McK '1zia Osrtia; Collpctmir rent for Bir Pilots' B: neol6Lf'ltion.
sold there will be of
are a charge 5t I have i)fa considered unsffe iv mn
F i: :1 the L. & :\. railroad:! and has been cn- > j jir.on'.hs. .
t lions and restoring the liver to the i cents a line for first insertion and 2/2 I" ....,
., gmr' it! in the 1 I'x-ai ticket office of the and was in even w->rse condition
\ full performance of its functions na-| cents a line for subsequent insertions.
company) bur the past iew days. tLan the one on the Massachusetts THE GARDEN SECTION
,; turally. Hargis' Pharmacy John Obituaries and .resolutions of i
1 spect will:! ccme under this same re-I I Mr J. Anderson, the new owner which did so nuirh damage some
Sheppard Sidney Kahn.
'' "
ing also. 'of the Sanford Lumber Company's I month's ag" It was stated this after I 0- O --

j.lant at Caryville. spent 'c' 1 II noon that the Iowa was almost Inea.I I Fensacola Florida.
II home
CARPENTRY AND E. VI. PEAKE i the Merchants: leaving; fur: his
I worthy and that as soon as posible

r' ;:.I ELECTRICAL WORK | this n.oniins the would hate I tin docked and the Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
' I .\. U. Adams of Caryville left for
No. SO south Palafox
street, feeep- allestd; dangerous; gun removed Thisstatement
JJ. Ring up Pratt & Dolivn! phone BfiO, call bells, wire'* and ill kinds of I home this morning. lie arrived Thurs- .I Beautiful Lots for Sale.
ti If you have any carpeiit.T <>r tLctn- electrical 'upplie-". Hava him dr la\. night. was firm a naval man whospril.e
cal work want well done. your vrork. Call phone 20S.; I I! i
la
you if he '
?s \\ something aboutthe
MADE ENQUIRIES 10x137% feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord

'j ,. PARKER'S I ship. ing to location and surrcundings.
'. FOR CLD CITIZENS.
The street cars stopping in front of .
.
' HAIR BALSAM The dead men will be brought! -
Itt. Jacoby's make it convenient for tha ,, t er, ftiul hnJLtiM the hi2s.t .
rromou. Ini'uiLl pruvth.Novfr I Good Neighborhood Beautiful View
I-Y Exoepiionrdly ,
A ,
ladles. They will find what they want 1 an ijs Fai's to Hejtore ery.Jw1a E. S. miss, a gentleman from Birmingham : ashore this afternoon. A local tindertaMii -
= )tar tJ its Youitifal Color. Fertile Lands.
1 :ILl without going further. l: (glues 6r..ndb' eftHi; *IM hair M w tr.1i z. who is in the timber business,1 j I ; establishment wn asked to High, Dry
I
f!!. jis at the Merchants hotel today and I
I send a hoarse to th" dock and a sTheNe I
tt i this morning made inquiries for a Tho grandest opportunity for investment ever
I. ivs goes' to press the hearse is on
V Y.a Va n.rO:; O ( ;z nn J"tn.l J- number ot old citizens whom he had I I offered in Pensacola.
,l r.- ---vooa_ ar a .=a...... ....;_. Gran f. 1./;;.. .. ;- !r every I knuwa years: asro. Amons; those he the \\hart awaiting! the arrival of thebrniies

Carccoa1t3ecrCrS lQ. t': .l--: Fy?____ t>ox.: 25c tasked for \\'creV.:. J. Van Kirk 1J. which it is stated will be embar.ip Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.

I
t ; Coolie and others. Mr. Cliss said it (! and sent to their place: of resideree. .

( '..ncucccccccnCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCy I has been many years since he has visited Two: southern boys are saidto .A_ VaCIUbbSCjrnrr

Pensacola and of course saw many
v ae anion? the dead; one from Tennessee -
(.ltan5. He was interested in the Garden and Bm Streets.
/A and the other from North Car
yV jbis. ; batleship named after his state
I land olina. Two were whitr lien and ',n*>
THIS SPACE said that when he went hack tohome

$ M his city ht''oultl interest himself was a nejro. P.O. BRENT!: WM If KNOWLEH, W. K. HYKR.: JR., J, H, REyt'EPretl9ent.
I .'
It is ascertained that the wild pieceof Vlce-PrIl81ddct. C' bier Au'l fa.b.
A rl in the natter of having excur-
C i!j bions p'lt on to Penci"-ola in carder: to the gun tore throiich three decks.

l i: .WILL BE. vV [ give his pcjple: an o.'.,. unity of coming Had itoccurredfivennntietslatter therpwould '.' 1 l
.. .. .g. Jah I B
probably have been fifty men 01 l0) Ali J.
Vk y down an.1'i -it I1':; the squadron. killed as the shell tore trough! and b 1' .1 J'n

.
The Bonbons and Chocolate Candies killed: the men while th"y were aboutto

OCCUPIED sold by Jacoby thirty cents are care- sit down to dinner. The dinner call :;? PENS.! CO Iu1.. Fl.L.

A i j fully packed in neat and:: attractive had not been sounded and therefore all\
YA I OI3F1 T?O11 01.25 1
Y j boxes, and are equal to rr.ost candiesfor : the men were not ai the tab'e.
--c. H. *; J'O'NI.rW..BLOUl'T.l1'.C.BP.; N'r..V.11 roY'
V I which 60s per pound is charged. Names of the Killed. "'
D. G, BIT
: ...BY AN... : I An oflccr of the ship staled that ,

A V FOR SALE, CHEAP! names cf the killed were Kicl'. Purcell -' \\f

AA r and Kerry. The latter hail. his Fife: nd fe ls life 1 nJ.1t6 roll '

Announcement 2 flj n sacks Corn Meal.-AHttle dam- head! shot -K and death was instant '! : !.J\J.. ;.: r}. ,'II

aed-good fur cows or boss. '
s Purcell! wan split opfn is with an. |
I A9-tf! TUG! L \\'IS DCAU CO. I
axe, anti' Kice! lad broth leas rut otfI iS-\V* aratr oar <1. -n Bills of Exchange on Ortat Britiji1; I *

A A .. y While There is Life There is Kbpe.j and was conI'( ions up to the last morn Oers2any, France, Anatr a, Italy, Holland, lain, Belgian Rab!:. r '

...O' .. V y i j I. was afflicted with catarrh; could 3Ht. i... vH"G1.I, D"nr.:1nlothlf: European_: oonntTJsF,

neither taste smell and could hear The Injured. ctrl;
% f A Vv nor .1 Jti'MYcilioh: Difbcroed upon tho Moat Favorable Term t' 1
but little. Ely's: Cream Calm cured it. Names of the injured were Caught.; tJ'' i; .!ou" TJteu Rysble at Port of iUr-atiori Ten cr :' title :i.hlVeaaeArri"es
7h
e A f Marcus G. Shantz, Rathway, N. J. Mardisie: Tro-it-iale.] Brown and liurick- '.fte: 'there.W'S .
BRAWNER'S
A A .Cream Balm reached me safely and er. frty DrV, )'Blt Boas for Rent In CcnaectiosT7ho

A : the effect is surprising. My son says It is stated that the vttoi
battleship wail I IQ'pn 'I*tttii % vrs hire Prlva partmert for tie
A the first abdication! pave decided re- '
(
A yy surpassing the wonderful record f Rent en. _

4: <* NEW o: : j lief. Respectfully. Franklin Free- made by the Indiana a few days P;O.'

y man, Dover, N". H. Twelve; t-hots hal!' been fired from the I DR. KING'S PEOIE33IOXAL: CARDS,

> The Balm does not irritate or eau*e daneenms: fun and the destructive and '

vv sneezing. !Sold: by druggists at 50 death-dealing one was the thirteenth.The TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR -- -- -

I I Cents or mailed by Ely Brothers; 56 weather was not ail that could W. C. ROWE, M. D.

Department I Store Warren street, New: Folk be wished for THAT COLD. 1'a'tfoi.
1 I target: practice, but TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Office: 17* 8. .nand

Salvation Army there was no fault with putting the Cures Hoare from 8 to a.io.. m.and 1 WlPnaono
ConsumptianCoughs
shots where they were in : Capt. and Mrs. McAllister; in charge. Colds Bronchitis After 1o'cloct
Of course as soon as the accident ocurec. i Asthma,
Meeting every night at 8 o'clock :and I OO.
"' .
I the ship sailed directly for the PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-
OPENINGSATUHBAY also atI S'inday school
m. Sunday
;
p.
city and reported the trernblo affaire
risy LaGrippe Hoarseness
at 2:30:: every Sun'1ay.:1: are cordially -, JOHN S. BEARD,
A invited. Sore Throat, Croup and

Whooping Coush. ATTORNEYATLAT.OfDce .

Jacoby keeps; tie fullest lines of ?-309 Thl lIen UoHdi'-!
ftPHlIt 11.Y! no cuss no PAY.t:050' .
A pickles, chrwchovolives p"un: in ? .-rtCl Ta'" "ITTLESFiiEeleaningladteq i 0ff1\:11 Honr -8:30 a. m. to I ?. m'
A vJ the most attractive b ttl- in th. cars :
ytt 'kins undone walstt 2:30 p. ra. to 6:30 p. m. .

) ))))) )))))) )))) ))))))))))) ) )))))))))))y Hud;:ins' new label. I I try... of OT specialties Star Lau Allba Prictlce..nei in..ntru Ii flate,tr! tan f d w"r,.l
prompt and diligent att nLio4.





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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1903.


-

GOOD FOR CHILDREN

AGREEMENTNOT The pleasant to take and harmlessOne

Minute Cough Cure gives ImmedIate b

SORE LUNGSWhen relief in all cases of Cough,

BROKEN Croup and LaGrippe because It does f

not pass Immediately Into the stom-.

your lungs are sore and inflamed from coughing:, -- I II .ch, but takes effect right at the

Is the time when the germs of PNEUMONIA, PLEURISY PRESIDENT OF STREET RAILWAY I seat of the trouble. It draws out

and CONSUMPTION find lodgment and multiply. the Inflammation, heals and soothes 1 ;
EMPLOYES ASSOCIATION
SAYS :and cures permanently by enabling .5' +

tho lungs; to contribute pure life-giv-
EVERYTHING IS ALL RIGHT.
ins and life-sustaining oxygen to the
J FOLEY'SHONEY I
blood and tissues. Hargis, Pharmacy, { ,
John ''
Sheppard Sidney Kahn.
A great deal of talk was caused yesterday ;- w

afternoon among the street railway ya
.SEE ELECTRIC LIGHT AT SOIa'
employes when it become known OMON'S. a

AND TARstops that two members of the association r i)

had been laid off without a trial, which R
PEARL & DOLIVE.Call
was a breach of the agreement entered r 4j

the cough, heals and strengthens the lungs. It contains into last February between the em- on them at the corner of Gar- }.

i no harsh expectorants that strain and irritate the ployes and the company. Steps were d -n and Alcaniz streets for ('ar en- ; Itter

f lungs, or opiates that cause constipation, a condition that at once taken by officers of the association and electrical: work.or phone 660. i

I r ; retards recovery from a cold. FOLEY'S HONEY AND and it was discovered that L, Jai

TAR is a safe and never failing remedy for all throat and Conductor Tanton and Motorman Boni- }= tQLiYy

lung troubles. fay had been suspended for fifteen

,. each for Grist and Corn peal pills
bays speaking derogatorilyabout ;
The Doctors Said He Had Cons mplfcn A Marvelous Cure. ,F
Jos. : Jr. R
McCoy the
L. M. Ruggles, Reasoner, Iowa, writes: "The doctors said I had consumption inspector. JB. F. G03ZBLEZ 4 CO., Prop i, atl :
and I got no bettor until I used FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. Taaton this afternoon quit the compa ManulaetcrenCfiOlCK {
I It helped me right from the start and stopped the spitting of blood and the ny's service and Eonifcyll' remain i
pain in my lungs and today I am sound and well. idle for fifteen days l id accordance: with M: KAI,AN i) rvil i c.no1tD I't 3

THREE SIZES 23c, SOc, and $1.00 the order of Sup rit-tendont SPLHIP?. STOCK }i'EFD ft i
I I I11 1 I Ill Falroaiie Home Indaitry, Icr there It ii
REFUSE S'JBSUITUTES After a full and impartial investiba.1, every: roftion you honld! bur yocr >'fir I::
tion r.f the matte, President stock fei-dlrom the Home Maanfootnref, t ,
: lor ty: to doing you eacoaratre borne IDdr.'r .
comes to the conclusion that the suspe'ision ). Yonrmooo11aleftlnthe aoraninnitrir.ayoa '
SOLD M REGIMEKDED BY ,/ .' in turn are iaduectlr bfatnts.'.
of the two employes was not nfoktpricpr ths borne isanofajinrer yea .
:xmtrlbute to in* CKQieof labor. \oa owe '
\\'. A. D'ALEMBKUTE, 121 ioI.. 1'alafos :St. unjust and issues the following: ; : It to thdcommnnlty: Ian-Mob yon ITI nil 1. ,f l
Statement From Howland."I which oontrbetrrtovonrcrrort

r wiah --,---- --- --- :, ,.
: to state on behalf of the


.'I d'I'I t;'J 11 ti iUhl' II Cannot remain THE pure BLOOD it the liver is I TOWN CAPTURED. Maritime. Amalgamated Railway Employes Assochtirn Division of 231 Street tint j J. i L mi >, 1"1

u inacthe. One function of the liver is I Panama, April Advices from Honduras In the suspension of Conductor Tan- i

KHHH':3: OF PY'rHtAS.1, to filter the impurities out of the state that General Da\ila one ton and Motorman IJonifay yesterday

blood. Malaria, or other germs and I of the generals! of Senor Uonilla, pres Arrived the: company: acted strictly within the

r n'".'lift tjhliee. So. a. K. tli I1, I jKjisoncus matter cannot remain in ident-elect! of Honduras, in the latter's Pensacola, Am ss LOGS Leech, Tarn- agreement under which we arc work- Contractor P and Builder. b 1111

v'. mart at every< :'iO at toddy Castle! : evening all. I, the system when the liver is active. struggle against the retiring President pico to Gulf Transit Co. Ing. A complete estimation of the
'
i in *n.. Hlount WatsonKalMln i HKPATICURA is the best liver tonic. Sierra captured the town of Choluca, Cleared.Am circumstance that led up to he difficulty PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND ; .
third floor.V1.Iaflg
.Ii ;?brethren cordially I It will aid the liver in its work of sixty-eight miles south of the capital steam tug Monarch, 70, Fernandez has been made by officers of ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT ;I!t: '.:

::. 6 f w".o U\pc1 J. A, Li Lit.: elimination; it will tone up the blood Tegucigalpa, yesterday after a nine for Galveston.Am the association, and we find that the SHORT NOTICE. .* j* jt :11 l/ "J.

H. HOK4LER K. K. 4 H. 0. C'I I and keep it normally alkaline. It is hour's battle, and is now besieging barge Tabor, 11J:2, Carlsen by company was in a great measure justified First-Class Work Guaranteed and : \' ,

the best blood purifier and constitution Xacaome. master for Galveston with 1100 tons I in its action. We wish to con- References Furnished. i

"i'i': I builder to be had. Sold by all tradict the rumors which have become
Diiii'in li;" No. 13 coal.Am 414 FAST IXTKXDCXCIA ST J
urugcists.VK12KLY. THIRTY KILLED AND WOUNDED. Pensacola, lOGS Leech, by ; :
... 'v"Tup'I"y rvenlng at .::101. at i ss broadcast that the agreement had :
.r corner l'alllo110,1 irdcn Gulf Transit Co. for Tampico with been violated and that trouble of a .

I.iting KoIIIItH'or'III\I\Y. At.IEKTJIINSUN: \ InvlleJ.J. : S4CIIKDULI.roa Berlin, April S.-A dispatch fromSt. :2230!:! tons coal, valued at $::1(163. more serious nature was imminent." :11'

.IV. C. C. Petersburg dated yesterday, says : :
Sailed.
HARRY[ T. ii'
HOWLAXD, Pres.
K ol It. A S.
STEAM DIVISIONiV.t
1 that thirty persons were kited amione Nor ship Oddero Sars, London HARDK
1 COLA KLECTHIOTEIIMIN.VU hundreo were injured dl-ring the
Swced ss Irene, Bojissan, Cardiff. '
lU'ilionIjulv*, :N". :I'). Iof: PlloE \ COMPANY.IiKins kJ
labor disturbances near Xishninovogorod. -
GUARD ON DOCK :
1fl, / I011.K V ) l 9i. !\ol !lU (>IH j ,
II&Y& rocsftcols tor the I.Utl VESSELS I IN PORT.
m>*tfry Thurvtiiv "\1'0'Io.ck.ln -
u.wt),," lh..lr I ustle! lltIr'i! I hlIClU.lIli i'lkyoaV IIrrlngton. IIoV7 Itr'

,ltlnnnt< 1"I'\r.t' -R'ntsnn and hul tirdrn,dlaesnutltif .lrl' '.-. I Aid;?J fort A. jji.bur.sao.ia arrive! at Fort ate Harruo.1 r:13.t Up-to-date people read The News.A Steamships.Asuncion IS NOW MAINTAINED ;

"lltghtaard: c"rt'lall.J'om (I. 10tr': II.in.arrive it Fort harrincas lC:.t a.n BRICK.i.
K. .\LL'IOS.r. 1:0. p.m.luIh'e lOot Fort Karrancaj 1:45 p 11 I de Larnnaga: Br ss, :2G93! ,
C. tort Karraacai 4lSpi. LESSON IN HEALTH. --
L. tM p. m arrive ai
and 1'. p.n1.arrlna.'ort lUrrancas Tinpfc I Kramer, Portland to Gulf Transit Co.
',, Healthy kidneys filter the impurities Since the bloody fight between blue
:o"p m.arrtveatirortEsrrAaeaa tlA5y .e Cairncrag, P.r FS, li'51;; Gibson, Vera .
Trjini leave Fort BirrnncauJor Pearaoola from the blood, and unless they jackets on the wharf a few days ago, ', ,
at Cruz to Sutherland-Innis Co.

1.'x.0. F. 7:15 am arrive at Pnr.sacola-. 8:00 k.11 do this good health is impossible. Durango, Span ss. Quintana, :2237:! Admiral Higginson has directed thata
1 1IK) p, = arrive at Pecsaooiall: p.n t'ole"s Kidney Cure makes sound i guard be maintained AL\ITAYS\ HAND ffI
continually on L.
,1,1.! liixlge No. 4 2ix p.m.arrive fenaaoola. S: :'3p.uS i New Haven to Sutherlaad-Innes Co 4.ateHALF 4.
IV
,. .Up m arrive at nsaooU.___ 6U p n kidneys and will positively cure all Palafox wharf, and from three to six I ;
-1av evening At 7.11: at 7:'''' p.m.arrive at J'entaool_ falp: Dorothy, Am ss, 1C29:! McDonaldto I : i.'I. i.
,. '.- W...t Intendencl fetreet.rdiftlly ros5p.m.arrlvoaLPeasacola.1 __ tKocoaoaca. : forms of kidney and bladder disease men, in charge: of midshipmen from I Ieaa '
U.
> invllrtJ., N. U. ..tarJ..I0:111E.J It strengthens the whole system. \V. S.avy the ]iffl'rcnt'e3s(115 thereat :
JoitANiuN. ( are Kept 'I.
,\ : KOK! WEIZ: : DATI.PdattoJlA Ester, bated: ss, 1C83: Horndahl, Gulf- It.'t
e -retarv. to Fort Harrinoallnel return *. A. D'Alemberto, 121 South Palafox: port to H. Baars & Co all hours and the best of order i is .'t
'
PeilHcola to Navy: Yard and retnra_ S3i street. had. The -TO- ,
orderlies
I'ea-acal&to1'h nlattoBeaohAnCretnrLA Earlwood, lr ES, USO, Brown, Havana arc distinguished I ) ij'i:
The Beer !UlCI1AT: lOB&:)1):>1:, to Sutherland.Innis Co. by broad red bands on their left coat
I If want business to be ONE .t
MILLION
wean W' ether per-nit the running Ior'3n you your sleeve.: The officer in charge ia In (
Francisca, Span ss, Cchevarria
known, advertise in THE NEWS. b
That Made LOin l'onuo.ll, L?: Fort Harris-! ., 1508, Biloxi, to Gulf Transit Co. full uniform, carrying; his sword. This I it4 !
--- -- -- : .
Gag 'I. m. 10 k, m. See Hud ins of label. Belize morning the dock guards were sentIn t1t !
Cobb
U A. m. H m, ; new style Greenwich, Br ss, 1SC3

Ip.. snIp. m. IP.1p.m.m. to C. C. Mengel Co. Seamen from the who Illinois. Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing. -
refuse to orders
g B tR r AMijI Ip. m p.m. CURED OF RHEUMATISM.For Kat'udrccht"Dutch ss, Teensina, obey .. '
e P. m pm, ale taken to the ship for punishmentand '''
e9.D1.; 9 p.IT the benefit of suffering humanity Vera Cruz to \V. S. Keyser & Co. 11''

e p. tag f y.m.AES I desire to state that I suffered severely Inch keith, Br ss 2119, Major, Boston disorderly civilians are retorted I .
rot eD1t'ASYentaootato to the city authorities. ;
"r' Earrsneal Nary with Muscular and Sciatic pico, to Gulf Transit Co. 'tJ\1i

VICTORIA Pesaaaola Yard 1:14 U return rajiaetlo: ___leaob__ana__ Ut Uheutnatism for five years. During, Marylands, Br ss, 1616. Breedie, COMPANY

retsra.N--- tfcNoIrRttcbt that time I tried various remedies as Portsmouth to Keyser & Co OFFERS 1 4Ipcity

1 i BY: ACME KUKWIXG CO lT8fl afl rlI5 B. ... well as the prescriptions of several Tcviotdale Br ss :253S: Crooks, Tam- REWARD FOR PARTIES.The {

'". physicians, which aflorded me very pico, to Gulf Transit Co. f:1
-r IO-CI.M; iviriiiK BKKI
ijffIWM little, if any, relief. The pain in my Wilhemina. Ur ss, 168!. none, Tam- Electric Street Railway Company "titr ;
IN TOWN.DiXNHEISSER. I [ RI this afternoon authorized a re I .
back hips and legs was agonizingand pico, to Ilix: M. Robinson. '

: BR03 almost unbearable. I could hardly Zanzibar, Dr ss, 1919, Robinson, ward of ?:30 for evidence that will lead r fdcfdillan Brick Co
to the arrest and coll\'ictiunt of the ;
walk and thought I would be obligedto New Haven to Keyser & Co / !
1 K 'INK 'ELEBKATED I 'to '. party or parties who threw a rock at ll Ii IiPine
abandon all business. A friend of Ships. Barren Fla. .j 'fJ
'\1 a car last night; and inflicted serious ,
:Y'rIhi: Whtl-r.j: mine advised me to try Uricsol, Carana Ital ship.Cosla 14S3, Cape injury upon Motorman Owen Peterswhowasincharge

v.hich I did reluctantly, and greatly to Town to H. Baars & Co.
of the
car. Throwingat
my surprise one bottle cured nio Am ship Kennebeck, 1936, Lane WNNNr'Mi)1jf.
H. I train
s pulafox street a passenger or street car is a y
sound and well. I cheerfully recom- Boston to John A. Merrltt & Co.
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( i !-(ipp. Union Depot serious offense in Florida and the company kt
mend it to all who suffer as I did Indus, Ital ship Oneta, 1111, Mar- *
c 'i ii \1 :2 N. proposes to make an example of 1
Pensacola Fla. .
To oil parts of the country.The It is also a very line tonic. It increases seilles to Rososco Bros.
the cowards who made the assault
pI '? !s 115-268.* the appetite, aids digestionand Saga; Nor ship, Hana, 121, Montevideo ,
rcm concealment u;>on Mr. Peters.It t NICK'S 1 l s e,
finally builds up the general to master
learned this afternoon that
.11- .! as. the) Srsfar oc. SJnthern Express Company health. You can use tins as you was
Barks. the association of employes will sup- iRET&RT
receives and forwards freight think best. Very truly,
Ajiemore. Nor bk, Hanson. 1043, plement this reward immediately, andit
BUY THE money, and valuables of all debcrip- W. B. DeLEACH.
Rio Janeiro to order remains for some person to earn the
lions to isll parts of the country, 311 Auburn Ave.. Atlanta. Ga.
IU1 bk Aniellini! 803, Maniace, Marseilles respectable pocket change easily. S &
with connections for Canada, ileileo Nov. Cth. 190:! I
to IL Baars & Co.
'
sell it at JIM bottle.
NLMESEWING Havana, Cuba, European points, Druggist per Enrichetta Accame, Ital bk 9D3 DISPLAY OF THE BIG
Send stamps for books or particulars,
etc. Tassino, Genoa, to S, S. L. Co SEARCH LIGHTS. -
to the Uricsol Chemical Co., Los y
The Southern Express Company Birma. Nor bk. 0X9 Hansen. East
Angelos, Cal., or Atlanta Ga.
MACHINE operates on 30,000 miles of first- For sale by London to order. There were scores of darkened DAILY MENUS

T'i' iVCrl lw- class routes, and in connection with SIDNEY CAHN. Carlo P. Hal bk. Boffe 1G73. Montevideo homes in the city last evening and as
thfuo who nd '
a f'II-: : to order many houses were deserted fotwo Comprise all the Up-to- i'!
'-\'wrol* Machine fur i the Adams Express Company, on ---
c. i" bkindc'faluftcbinecan: i Dorotea. Aust ss 1781, Scopinlch, or more hours. Everybody went to the Date Dishes the Mir- $ f
through way-bills with
1e through
.t troll us or any of ours Charleston to \V. S. Keyser & Co. docks to see the unique search light kets of the World
fn t11 U:>.\IIJto ?1S.OO. cars and through messengers, per- Afford
Oregon. Ital bk, Olivari. 847 Ten- display. Those who saw the displaywere

?.. ttt MAtt A VARIETY. forms a unified service, constituting enff to order pleased beyond measure but a 1+, 4iLadies'
j:
: NEW ROME IS THE BEST. tho largest system of the kind in Minerva, Ital bk, 993, Chiesa, Cape little complaint was heard because I

'i rnilnes the strength or : thn world. Town Pencacola Lumber Co there was no drill of the lights. The Private

I ISluble '"it K.dlcivui; Machints.. The I Money Orders are sold at all 1 Mary A. Troop, Br bk, IllS \Valley, moon shone brightly, which greatly
.
with othalathiiie
.. ,:': IIk vthe 'CW UOBlCl I agencies of the !Southern Express *HARPERWHISKY Santos to order. interferred with the effectiveness of Dining Parlor.

t> :-. \I lug ) to Luy.I I Company at reasonable hours. Receipt -I Prospero Repetto, Ital ship, 11S1 the lights. _
'
?if I rr\IRCUlAOS C i ''""rinif tho dir- is given and money Is refunded Schiappacape, Genoa to order. -
w I I (:.rent ctyl.P' "f Rolf Nor bk Torgensen, 1170, Cetteto -$50 REWARD.r
v. Sewing' cbinc.ati :
\ if order is lost. Regular Dinner Daily.
l n rte L..curc purch ulugi Master.

"E'(' EM E i This is the cheapest way to send Thomas, Ital bk, Lauro 809, Naples The street Railway Company will t: .1 tf
SEYiih6 M1.CHINE CO. small remittances by mail or other- pay a Reward of Fifty ($50) for evi-
C.156r. HISS. to master Short Orders Promptly .I
\ '. wise. deuce that will lead to the arrest and
v'\lll.\tlant"C-, E. W. FOWLER, uAV chooners. Filled. Night or Day.
conviction of the who threw
x. Vn }'rl11clsl'l'tlr' party a
Fla. Dona Christina Am sch 1G3, Aiel- l
'I CY Agent, Pensacola, rock and struck Motorman Peters.A -
- rA-C 1! Coatzacoalcos: to order.
Branch Offices: son It 'It'i Something Good to Eat

J. B. Roberts, Depot Store. Mabel Darling, Dr sen, Sweeting Thoughtful Man. YOIl1i'llb.70Il'11 find U .;

1 Jas. Hansen, Cor. Alcanie and Dunmore Town to master
Ie G dsden. Governor Blake, Br itch, -, Grand M. M. Austin of Winchester Ind., Nick Apostle's i
r knew what to do in the hour of need.
tiny Peps'.Ijiy are supcnorw '. J. E. Williams, Cor. DeVllliers and Cayman to Jno. A. Memtt & Co
R"3anxof Jackson.Sol PURE & MELLOW Gardiner B. Reynolds, Am sen, 331 His wife had such an unusual case of ,PopularfRestauranlMfflMWI r L4

>est \)01 .Gop&lb&.81 I to order. stomach and liver trouble, physicians
Iii Cahn, Cor. Palafox and Intodencla. : Anderson, LaGuayra
I 4ef erne in 48 Richard A. Bingham, 69, Memtt, could not help her. He thought of
RICH & DELICATEFor
>t .A dxaa w.thout &nyil.Ju.ttn Belize to C. C. Mengel & Bros and tried Dr. King's New Life Pills il I '

'.Id' 9*JILL MICCII: and she got relief at once and was -_ _

-- SEND YOUR ORDERS Sale byDannheisser Many Actors and Singers use Piso's finally cured. Only :2Zc, atV.. A.
Hot
French
Waffles
with '
t--- Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per to Pearl & Dolire for carpenter or Bros.: Cure to strengthen the voice and prevent D'Alemberte's drug store 121:! S. Pal +
,,, Florida Cane Syrup at
sand, BEEKMAN electrical work. Repair work a hoarseness. afox street. 'I
LUMBER CO." specialty. Solomon' 1



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THE DAILY NEWSi PENBACtLA FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 9,1903


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-.; the state has his little cane patch Oldest and Largest Agency

.!- '4t'4 sufficient to supply his home with all THIRTEENv Over 50 years ago. Doctors took right West Florida.IESTAHLII1IU ja

the and required, but as
sugar syrup

a commercial industry it has fallen hold of it. Keep their hold yet. The ( : iSW.;.

Into neglect. This ought not to be, WEREKILLED
: at the Post Office at PenMola -
Entered
for this state possesses the soil and oldest best Sarsaparilla-Ayer's. Lowell.Km.
Fla.. second class matter. ,
_
climate for producingthe
the requisite nowles Bros.INSURANCE

211% best quality of cane -- -- --- --
Building, very sugar ------ -- -- -- ---
OFFICE: -Pitta CYCLONE IN CULLMAN COUNTY, -- ------- .

blutE Palafox street up-stairs. and a syrup that will easily surpass A Great Sensation. TAKE NOTICE.To .

anything ever made in the United ALA., DESTROYED LIFE AND There was a big sensation In Lees- whom It may concern:

CO. States. Now that large areas of landso On and after this date all Resolu
PUBLISHING
NEWS of that
THE Brown
PROPERTY IN SHORT ORDER. vine, Ind., when W. H.
well adapted to the cultivation of of Thank Excursions
Cards
tions, or
place who was expecled: : to die, had
-Terms: Invariably In Advance. sugar cane are being cleared by the Entertainments to which an admis-
f Discovery
New
his life saved by ir. King's AND
One Year by maU.$5 00 mill men who are following In the Ala. for consumption. He writes "I: lion Is charged, and simi'ar notices
Birmingham April S-The
SIX Months ... .. .. . 2 50 tracks of the naval stores manufacturers -i endured Insufferable agonies from will be charged for at regular stiverticJng -
country to the north of the town of I
One week by carrier, payable Monday there should be a revival of Asthma but New Discovery gave II I tates. REAL ESTATE

.... ... .. ....... .. 10 cane growing as a money crop. Its Hanceville, Cullman county, was your I ,
struck by a cyclone early this morning me immediate relief and soon thereafter
for the of starting sucha
Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap purpose and the dead left in its track effected a complete cure. Similar PICNIC. 309 South Palafo\strnt.;|
of all
revival that a convention
plication. number thirteen. cures of Consumption Pneumonia, The Ladles' Auxiliary of the B. of
interested in this has been
subject
The entire family of Henry McCoy, Bronchitis and Grip are numerous. L. E. will give a picnic on April :!Sat Phone 22. PE S.'I'I.\.F.1,
called to meet in Macon Ga., May
TELEPHONE NO 118. seven in number, were caught in the It's the peerless 'emedy for all throw'land Magnolia Bluff. Tickets 25 cents.
6, 7 and 8th to consider the subjectin
wreck of their home as the blast of lung troubles. Price 50c and $L Trains will leave union depot at 2:30:: -
all its bearings.
wind swept over the town and all Guaranteed by W. A. D'Alemberte, p. m., 4 p. m. and 8:30:: p. m. a3td
GIXEH.Lmxn
(UNI.B iJ' CLEVELAND DEMOCRACY.The were killed.A Druggist, 121 S. Palafox street Trial ;

party has had enough of Grover man named Griffin and his son i bottles tree. TO CCIIE A COLD IN ONE DAY The Equitable

Cleveland and his gang of east were caught under their house as the' I Take Laxative ammo Quinine Tablet
ern bolters, and will pay no more at- HAVE YOU SEEN THE EASTER Tbia signature fffft ft on every
tornado swirled it around like a chip
1903 flH
9. box, rSc.MATTRESSES
PEIBAOOLA, APRIL tentlon to them. They are not in LINE OF NECKWEAR AND HOSIERY
and they were ground to death under Life Assurance
advise the much
position to party, THAT GRAY, GOODMAN & Society
--
--- less to lead it. No loyal or chivalric the heavy mass as in a grist mill. OF ALL GRADES

Is Florida to become conspicuousby army would follow a general who The death dealing hurricane passed RADER ARE SHOWING. FROM $1.50 TO $12.50. SIXTY Of the United States.I1ENKY ,
her absence from the St. Louis deserts on the field of battle in the
through the town with the velocity ofa DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAMINATED B. H1"IH,
other fare of the Jackson Clarion- Founder
? Probably every enemy.-
exposition .SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL-
mighty cannon ball and when daylight FELT MATTRESSES. TRY
will have an exhibit there and -.edger. '
state Heaven bless your loving heart! ; came and the terrorized peoplt! OMON'S.Among. I ONE. MARSTON & QUINA. "Strongest in the World.

the query will be "What's the matter Graver Cleveland has never deserted whose houses had not been wrecked I

with Florida?" true democracy. You and a hordeof the many sweet things keptat SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL-
ruins four
ventured forth to view the .1
other benighted individuals wandered Jacoby's new store will be found OMON'S.

The forest problem is in manywa's oZ after a rank populist, but other bodies that had been hurled to bottle-I honey, and a variety of candies : OUR WARRINGTON AGENCY

the most vital internal problemIn you put democracy behind you when death by the great wave of air were at ten, twenty and thirty cents -
you sought manna in the wildernessof found strewn in its path. Who they The NEWS is on sale Oy Mrs. "M.
The same regard -
the United States. populism. You followed after a per pound. I A. C. BINKLEY desires his friends i Keefe at Warrington. who

should be had for the preservation delusion anil a snare that would no are no one seems to be able to tell. and the public to know that he has. ed to receive and ''s authrz.

and improvement of the interior more mix with true democracy than Buildings Crushed to Kindling.The We will launder your spreads for Moved to Room 508) Thie en build. receipt for a- t.::.

forests that is had for the preservation oil and water will miYou became storm toppled all buildings in 15 cents each and make them loot lair! where he will continue as here scriptions. Residents of the :scia.tion .

the idolaters of a leader who never its path and were crushed into may now be supplied witi c .,
and improvement of the waterways many like uw. Star Laundry. tofore, a general law: practine.o. .
claimed to be a democrat except one of the paper several hours aftei
splinters. Many people were bruised 1 err
and harbors of the country.
time when he wanted to vote and issue leaves the
i and wounded by the missile-laden air press
was compelled to swear in his vote
The News is much pleased with the and was ashamed to swear that he or caught under the timbers of their

stand taken by Governor Jennings in was a populist in the face of the homes. : ':!'!'!!' '!!'!'!'!'! the legislature. lIe part -e played to disrupt the demo- __ __ l- a L'OMON'S.
his message to Fully twenty-five are believed to .

advises that the state debt be paid, good cratic a party.democrat If you today are as one-half is Grover as have received serious injuries. Stock I i ; : SEE THE BIG :;

so far as is posible with the funds on (Cleveland you will pass muster but in large numbers was Killed or hurtin

hand, favors pensions for the old ex- in order to he you will have to shake the destroyed barns. i orbes NOW IS THE TIME TO FURNISH
I
Confederates free school looks and a ald.your populistic leader.-Biloxi Her The storm swept the wires down f :: t :< ...WINDOWS..l STON YOUR &DINING QUINA ROOM HAVE, WHAT AND MA YOj*.

liberal policy toward the state mili and information from Hanceville I
WANT IN SID BOARDS, CHINA
tia. But when it comes to the poll tax LAWS NEEDED FOR MAD DOGS. which is the Louisville & ,, .1 For Special
a town on G ,__" "-"_ __. .__ __. 1I CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS.
question we have doubts about dispensing Nashville! road -Jo miles to the northof

t with the poll tax prerequisite Britain Reduces Hydrophobia Cases this city, is hard to obtain a tele
By Legislating Against Canines.It I Easter ::1:1'OJ CREX AMERICAN GRASS CAB-
:. Jot The primary election is virtually the phone line being practically the only Bargains.

';tfJ' election. The regular election is a is still we believe, an open means of communication.The | PETS: AND LINOLEUM, FINEST:
question among people who don't \;
- ( THING ON EARTH FOR
of the awful ) i. YOUR:
fury storm was
considered, know'anythin about it, whether -
Three Timely Displays of EASTER Requisites. A Whole Win.
! : there is such a thing as rabies and further details are being anxiously HALL, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE.

.1t I, or would be astonished at the limited among human beings. But we are awaited. ;.' dow Full of Beautiful I I.I I.? RUGS TO MATCH. MARST01 &

'J number that would provide themselves bound to say no doctor has any POPULAR-PRICED MILLINERY. '! I QUINA.

I i with poll tax receipts for the saKe doubts on that score. Besides it is WEATHER FOR THE : Such as you will pay double for elsewhere\ --I'riccs Range from : ,
J'li useless to discuss the question since
i of voting at the regular election. MONTH OF MARCH !' $1.75 to $4.75.LADIES' I If
;i: i human beings who have been bitten ___ i CKIJWc.ewofnali NTICE..
There is danger that the number would mad do die of ..
; jy dogs something: extremely f j --
A regular monthly meteorological DRESSES AND WAlKINC SKIRTS. ;
horrible whether it is >"
an
t ; be so small in some:: instances that the
actual fatal intoxication form issued by the local weather ;.ft nor coniiKnrKt of Iht1't'"luldal""JIl
or a summary
republicans mi;ht make a coup. If I )! f In oil l the Popular Materials. I fo.. r **p
of acute mania induced by fear. We !bureau rhows that the highest! tern- for dtuit contracted ti
the payment of a poll tax is not to lie speak of this matter with some se- \ There is much to interest you in this \Vimlow whore prices range '! I vessel.
for the: month .vas 73. lout!: -
perdture CKfifa
a required for voters in the democratic riusness because of the alarming : FROM $2.00 TO $15.03.MEN'S I Oulf Transit ('0.. i
number of of pst 43, and the mean; temperature (.'oii'Unies.NKITHKKtbocaplain.
, I primaries we nipht about as well cases hydrophobia reported i'
1 j abandon it altogether. in the papers in the last year. of the month for the past 21 years EASTER NECKWEAR AND SHIRTS.Here i

t The blame must rest on local health was CO. The highest wind velocitywas I -.J.c' NMTIIKKIbticapU-i
nor of t i iAiunrlon
and police authorities who do not ; you will find Fashions' Latest nietatr-Celebratrd Silver ; _. consigni
. CS miles from the southeast on I ae arvmnca
Texas has resolved to haan
! Insist upon the passage of laws that Shirts $UIIJrtistic Effects in Xeckwr-ar ;jO(. "HAWKS" Hats, rt-pon.ILlI' fordcblt ,
anti-trust law that will stand the would prevent the infection of animals the 4th of the month; prevailing direction i- ed by the crew of said v"8.I,
without an equal $:.O. i 11. t. KI .UII
; test of the courts hitherto the attempt with rabies or. if the laws exist of the wind was from the : Gulf Transit CO.. cale'onsignras
itf fail to enforce them. Whatever east. Total rainfall for month was .
nas been: to frame a law that
the: disease may be. hydrophobia has C.oo: inches. There were four clear '
l
: VV. J. & B. : "' YEI'llII'lttnsesptalnoeb: .'i
will exempt from its operations corns been stamped out in Norway, Swed days fourteen partly cloudy! days FORBES. ti I ", 4::.; nor coneirfnvi i of thf hfca
Mnations of laborers and trusts of thirteen and fifteen ,..,,' Ester
('n Holland S\\itztr.and and Denmark cloudy days rainy nil] bo
I
resp.
; . :'. .r.,. '.' ';, '; S's ..; .,. .'!"'. .':.- ,.n.n.:' .,; .dFu.n'; I _. for uebti commoted l>
. t t,4! farmers. Capitalists were forbidden In Great Britain a rigid I days. No frosts occurred. - - - - - - - - - - - f crewof Bald "....1'1. >

quarantine against imported dogs and .""IL9 aw!"..(*..XT. It..1111-
combine in order to limit --
It to output
sharp laws on muzzling reduced the I 11.lu.xan9&'t>., laptauuulgnre
, fi'I' and raise prices but workiugmoi number of fatal cases from one hundred I (' lilt
,
: wore allowed to do these very and twenty-three in 18;;) to

r', things; and farmers could combine three in 1S'2.: Sore such action isne"led SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SDL':
was OMON'S.
' I in this country. Kvpry real
2 to restrict their acreage and to withhold .
lover of dogs-for we t"versf the ,
,I their products, with the sol old cynical saying and put it that PROPOSALS! will be rciwrtiiicau -
of Supphr:. and \ -
>
l t ambition of enhancing the price of "the more one knows of cogs: the

Ill their products to consumers.' Xo anti- mOl e he thinks (.f men'every real Navy Oepartmt'iiiahri! : '
Until 12 clock men As i :.1 I
Poor Beer Pure ;
lover of dugs:: si.mil he l in favor of BeerBoth
trust law dealing so unfairly with w. and publicly -,pr'nl n:.'
i regulations that, while aiming at the I .
the public could stand. The Texas' then-after to form i. at
protect ion of the human community. |
Its t legislature has learned this at last also save the brut creation from ,lis. I Yard 1'ensacola Fla., a q
machine tools, units, rr.
I and refused to exempt labor unions ase. As tor the people who "don't | cost alike one costs the maker nails hardware tools, -pr
believe there is: such a thing as mattes you yet
and farmers from the operation! of loather, mahogany, oak k1:,
aid the tolk who have more \ twice much the other. One is brass tin, iron st.-i-l. <-n;.
the law that has just boon passed love for dogs ban for men. we shall as as good,
pipe pipe fittingsaW< and signed by the governor. The not attempt to convince. The present -II and for the other is harmful.Let Blank proposals will be tarnon

next thins; will he to see the new situation is, as a physician said, '!I good you ; application\ to the Nary Ysacola
centre'
"precisely the same as if a
law in operation. It is very well tcry }'la., or to the BHr.KIY .
of smallpox were allowed to exist, us tell where the difference lies.
you Paymaster General '
out against the trusts, but wlu-n because a few persons did not believe I
3-2G-W.: Air
you have a nice trust of your own in v3'cinltion.-Edltorial in.

I that is profitable, crying outI Collier's Weekly.SERVICES POOR BEER PURE BEER -PROPOSALS FOR STEAM

I It against trusts Monies somewhat of
. ING. Office Quartermaster. F
4 IN CHRIST CHURCH ;
,,1 an effort We are curious to know is easy to brew. calls for the best materials-the rancas! Fla., April 1, IW: : S> Ipnsals.

what will happen in Texis. -ON GOOD FRIDAY I The materials are cheap. The best that money can buy. In triplicate will I>'

I brewing be done under The be clean-as here until 12 m., April :!.">
There will be services on Good''I may any brewery must as
placing Steam Heating V
CANE SUGAR. Friday at 11 a. m. and 5 p. m. The : sort of surroundings. your kitchen; the utensils as clean :
in
;5; o'clock! service will be the last seri i II i iI Cleanliness complete one pet olhc-T .
In ITTfi' ; the first sugar cane grow is not important, for The cooling must be done in filtered here. 1;. S. reserves rkri'
vice in the old church. The rector ;
within the present limits of the United I will preach at both services. l I i the users never see it brewed air: in a plate glass room or reject any or all props' .

Any water will do. No air is too The product must be aged for part then'(,'. Information ion '
States was planted in the vicinity -

of New Smyrna. on the Halifax: I The teims are kept busy at Jacoby's impure for the cooling months, until: thoroughly fermented: application.saIs should Envi birr.i Ipt'i;, ,' '
proK|
River, in Florida, and sugar was today; : although the store has not been I No filtering, no sterilizing: ; almost else it causes biliousness sals for Sti-am Iliatiti-. .

manufactured from it. I formally opened. Ha has enough 'II no ageing, for ageing ties up money. The beer must be filtered then \\'. E. COLE, Q. M

In ]SIC i. sugar cane was first planted I I though:: to deliver' all goods promptly. What is the ue of expense and sterilized in the bottle. April, I:. 7, 8, 2:: & 2* -
I care when there is no reputation to You'realwars"e1cometothatbrev.defend
in Georgia! and in 1S25 seed cane -- --- -
?- try for the owners arc proud of it. Hot Chocolate with
from this stock was carried to 1ouislana. -
Mi HumorsAre t Whcn few people who drink it know And the size: of it proves the eventual I Whipped Cream at Solo
and is the base of her best ,
even the name of the maker. success of worth. mon's.
seed: cane today I _

In 1';'9t. Morin a Cuban made the impure matters; which the skin, I -

r first sugar manufactured: in I .nisiana. liver, kidneys ant other organs cannot Schlitz is a pure beer, famous for fifty years. i STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

and Etienne IV Rare in 1734; take care of without help, there is i I

produced it on a commercial basis such an accumulation of them. To maintain its standard, we double the necessary -

the centennial of which event was They litter the whole system. I 1etWH'n Prnf>ac<>la andtiltnnB'aliana

celebrated cost of our brewing. Don't prefer a Dally Kirrpr !'oundaJ"CITY
in 1S4 with considerable Ilmples, boils, eczema and other I you pure

eclat eruptions, loss of appetite, that tired beer, a good beer, a healthful beer when it costs OF TAMPA."
In 1S2: ,
on Hopeton plantation near
feeling, bilious turns, flu of indigestion
Brunswick Ga., James Hilton Couper no more than the ? ... Milton ... !I3lam LT Fo.scol .. PirFns !
dull headaches and many other common col..l I1-iam At MlHon t'm
the most advanced agriculturist
troubles are due to them. Fare sue; Koundtrip.il.*
of his day, erected a sugar mill for Ask for the brewery bottling. -

grinding his own sugar cane, of which Hood's
Sarsaparillaand
he was planting from 300 to 350 acres eI JEWELER IN HIS

annually and converting it into sugar Pills

irnen Georgia was the rival of Louis STANDI

iana as a sugar state. Remove all humors, overcome all I NEW

During the civil war 1S61-G5.: FlorIda their effects, strengthen, tonG and :
i
produced large quantities of sugar invigorate the whole system. "tore W

which was in great demand at !! "I h\d salt\ rheum on my hsnds so that I I Ii 120 have Sonth moved Palafox my,jewelry formerly .'rr:J-

that time, owing tthl' blockaded could not work. I took Hood's Sarsaparila i pied by Bass & Co., and awn '

condition of southern ports. i and it drove out the humor. I continued II to ;rIve
better prepared than ever
dut since that time little attention -I Its cse till the sores disajipeared. Mas. In diamonds,wa.tce5,

has been given to the raising of IPA O. BBOWS RumforU Falls ate.Hood's I The Beer that Made Milwaukee FamousI J great Jewelry bargains, etc. Call and see me and

sugar cane in Florida except for domestic I 1 I Sarsaparilla promises to I

use. Nearly every farmer in euro and keeps the promise. I : BEAR & CO, Wholesale Agents for Pensacola. oJ. -' .i let me convince J fOD.I. STEPHEN-.






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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. APRIL 9. 1903. i4


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Of TO REMAIN Saved My Life and Kept 1 C. O'NEAL, President; No. UeOB.w. M. E. CLARK, Cashier; j t
T THE[ ACT S. J. FOSHEE,Vlce-Pftlldenti JOHN PFEIFFER, Au.t Cashier. !. i


GOWARD UNTIL MAYSUCH f Me<< from Insane flsylam." AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK t..t--, s



Mrs. Wilcox Is Now in OF PENSACOLA FLA. 'i f fi, 1


R.v A ROCK AND STRUCK MO- REPORT RECEIVED HERE Perfect Health Through no Designated Depository of the United States. t' i r :

OWEN PETERS IN THE YESTERDAY FROM WHAT IS REGARDED Condensed Statement at the close of business! March 20, 1,903. ;r.,1
TOR\1AN Other Agency ThanPaine's .
RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. L

EYE- AS AN AUTHENTIC Loans and Discounts; ..... ...... ...... .. ... 375,037.62 Capital Stock ...... .. .. ......... ...... .... $200.000.00 to'f<

SOURCE. CeleryCompound Demand Loans. ..... ...... ...... ...... .... 83.20300 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .. .. ...... .. .... 20,000.00 s:if". .tit'I

Overdrafts...... .... ...... ...... .. ...... .... 2,35293 Undivided Profits...... ...... .. .. ..... .... 509.39 ':
u. 8. Bonds and Premiums... ...... ...... 213.806.87 Circulation .......... .. ...... .... .... ... 125,000.00 it<: !ft
J, ;" ,, ('!'.ck last night while a Stockssecurities.... ............ ...... 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid.; .. .... .. .... ...... ..... .. 1.00 I. }

ar ...a' passing the corner of Wh'n the New York Herald reached Furniture and Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 6718.48 Deposits..... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 621,346.81 i R' f

(r' ':"-. ai.d Alcaniz streets some Pensacola yesterday its "Naval Cash and Exchange...... ...... ... ... ...... 283.16630 if :?

.'rfa rock at the car and News Notes" were found to contain The absolute need of an honest and I 'r

.s"r._, .trick Motorman Owen some interesting data concerning the genuine invigorator and health giver Total..... .... .... .. .... .... ...... ...... 1966,910.20 Total.... .... .... .. .. ...... .... ... ... .... 1966,910.20 i! 1 !
'. '.. .. '* making such injury in tne spring season is deeply impressed This bank for business October We solicit 1
," > fleet. This information was that the the opened 23,1900. respectfully your patronage and we will give ( ::1 :
mind of thinking
: '. i ig man will possibly lose on every your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. J
(
"' battleships would remain at Pensacola and intelligent man and woman. :

,", :. : ,,:..tic Hesldes that in- until after Admiral Higginson Is The happy cure of Mrs. J. E. Wilcox 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ) t: ; :

'... -j!. about the eye was bad- relieved of command by Admiral Bar of W'nters. Cal. through the use .

,. !siy, sharp corners of the ker 6. of Paine's Celery Compound, created 't lj
May Admiral Barker is now
'
.. stitches widespread astonishment and joy ; fti
.
.. tt-veral were nec- : ,
on temporary Washington
C duty. amongst her friends and neighborswho ,
,,. : the ranged edges of ther .'... .
,,," The Herald next to the Army and were exceedingly anxious regarding I Ii
.- lie was given Immedl- her condition.The t" -.f) /!
Navy Journal, is perhaps the most 'ul'I. ..,
.. ". and this morning was best medical treatment failed
:
authentic publication on naval news (
5 .. even to give Mrs. Wilcox a few daysof ;,i 1
around unai t in the country and when it prints a relief from her sufferings of mind '(

... ''.','n no arrests. The thing a great deal of credence can be and body. At last Paine s Celery ;

,." I-mployes hold no sus.ink 'given: it. In view of that reliability it Compound saved her from a terrib I
end and planted her feet firmly on the o- 1Ht
". that :
some personr may be taKen for granted that the rock of health. @ mill1@@llm 5> e

.'i,. jt'etoti from the car ships will be here for at least one Read Mrs. Wilcox's letter of testimony -I

spirit of revenue to month more. dear reader and if you remain .
'h
". .ra-unto a i*>int of an earnest and ;
convincing
> Mud npoa this mode conession'I '
.
sail on April 20 were issued by Admiral
of cure nothing but a direct act
! ion. The rock .;
came ofl
( several but I
Higginson days
ago Providence can snatch you from ;
: i ','ItkUn:; on the corner it has been stated on the Cagsbip that dangers and perils of your position. -1.1

. rinded by no fences. the impression prevailed] that those Mrs. Wilcox says:- I I .
. "I f'eit my duty to tell you whatPaine's '
r '''I.i! not have chosen orders would be chan ed. What led ._- .
Celery Compound did for me. <
J
s lor. the dastardly work to this impression would not be stated Some years ago my head troubled me TRAVELING IS DANGEROUS. '. I1

, :,t. It is said that just but a very strong opinion to that effect so that it seemed I should) be crazy.It Constant motion jars the kidneys, 1'

thrown several netaotlioimht was caused by overstudy. I asked .
is
j I prevailed and it is now expected that which are kept in place in the body by :';'
the advice of two doctors who ga'eme ,
:; to have a short orders will be issued
new some day
delicate attachments. This is the u.'t.
medicine to no effect, and I did
:i.: "n chased from the I
during this week.It not know what I would do. I did not: reason that travelers, trainmen, street )fI

f 11 tl) run west along Cor- is the department's intention as iswell want to see any one everything car men, teamsters and all who drive ''t.I

. They are known, and known to perfect the gunnery of ed so strange. I had a tired ]a Si.'em'l very much suffer from kidney diseasein r 1' Our line of I\ ::1
r
feeling my bowels were out of '
>I" raiisht
summary pun- the navy. It tuxes time to do this some form. Foley's Kidney Cure P" : a:
my kidneys troubled me. and I felt Warm .
'i; IK- meted out. and it was said last night that some : badly but before I had taken half of strengthens the kidneys and cures all Weather t Sere y trClotlin7

-' of the vessels would prooably make a one bottle of Paine's Celery Compound form of kidney and bladder disease. I{.:
Infants Thrive second trip to practice. As the I felt like a new person. Four a w.Q r. .
practice
I i Geo. E. llausan locomotive engineer is not':: .r .j,
bottles cured me, and I would recommend -
milk! that is not subject to S'cili'
less than five :m '
trips are never daysit
Lime, 0., writes: "Constant vibration 1
.. it to all who feel the way I ready. .
_' of composition. IfcmKn'sI I will bo readily seen that if this de- did. I can't praise it half enough I of the engine caused me a great Coats .i'.

.. I'and Condensed Milk is ali ; HTn.ination is carried out the ships for I know it saved my life and kept deal of trouble with my kidneys, andI An I W ..
same in ail climates and at I me from imprisonment in an insane Assort- a.d' i
i will certainly] not leave on the date got no relief until I used Foley's! -
asylum, which is as bad as death." ment '. j
-;ons. As a general household ;
\ now about settled upon. On the con Kidney Cure." W. A. D'Alemberte Vests. ,
, is suyerbr and i U always consistingof
trary it seems as if more than an additional
121 South Palafox street. ,, Styles' \ .:c ,
;.. .' thirty days will be spent at SMALL DOCKET INCITY -

IVnsacoIa. COURT TODAY. Crash Correct, : ,
Menu for any day.-Breakfast Ham, Linen f
Cheese, Cheese.-Edam, The probability, of a longer stay here U Qu li.1'" ; .t :
dinner Yam, supper Jam, all kept by Flannel 4 [
t. ;f Chat el. Sap Sane Cream has been learned with interest by the Sixteen cases were docketed in the
Jae<.by. and and : ': : ,
" .'r at Jacoby's, South I'ala- arrangement committee of the Hiber city court this morning but all were Home- k ri .1
,,
, nians, who are now spurred to activity for trivial offenses. The total T Prices : r
.SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL Spun '
to secure the "Admirals consent amount imposed in fines was $;;6. A OMON'S. Coats and Always. a/

V.H'S.ED\ :: AROUND: FLY WHEEL. to a land drill of all bluejackets that I young man named Walker who was Trousers. Right. :: "

can be spared from the vessels. Two arrested for cruelty to animals, did ANNOUNCEMENT.I 1 .].t.. ,

\ > il ;.-CanIt in a thousand at least could be brought not answer when his name was called I
hereby announce myself as a
:
'i n-vuhukiiis a in- ashore and would make an imposing and his case was continued until to- candidate for City Marshal at theelection z d f'9.

11:07. an oil-r, mitt show. morrow. Walker is alleged! to have for city officers to be held on s + + "j' 1

iron works, was The prolonged; stay of the ships! now taken a horse and buggy without per- June 2, lyo:;:. and respectfully solicit r.r: .:

.> circuit for lx'reterday has been much greater than at first misison of their owner and is said to the I'entacola.suport of the THOMAS qualified t'Ie.voters .of :(.

> but at supposed and departures have been have driven the animal a'most to

11o'1nnry'a;; ni P'jst'Hindi! from time to time. all of: death. It is not known where Walker = =-- ._:- -- -- JOS. COLEMANCLOTHIER 1f

:iy wheelvlcn! Us which goes to create credence in the was at the time his name was called. B. H. FAIRCHILD, ,

i the beltin He Herald's; report. !: lA
C-PXXC> LSTEREr1.:
as he felt himself; The same applies to the ten and :$- '4
ROMANA STREET. '
38 EAST
,
thought v.as I Ms i EANKS WILL CLOSE. twenty cent candies sold by Jacoby '

1 :a ime uncoiifc!/)'::. I The banks of this city will be closed that does to the thirty. They are put up :....oet Work and Refinishing Furniture aSpecialty. Jlil South I'alafov, .c..c..c IVit..ncola, Florida. tlf JH : ''''''If)tlAtrn ,

t. r was thrown off April! 10th Good Friday. in attractive shape and equal or superior -1 .
;
r iMioy's body Ml TilL FIRST NATIONAL HANK.V. to many high-priced candies. I 1"110:00: 40S. \ i i

1 I apparently iifemummed C. Brent Pres. \: ,

aii! hc AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK .. ; t:
SEE OUR NEW LINE OF SHIRT ,
\\ ( O'NEAL Pres.
.1' thoroughly I: ox- ...l
CITIZENS NATIONAL DANK:, WAIST SUITS. SKIRTS AND I, .;.v'tr:1
,:ijunes.Vhile .
L. Hilton Green, Pres WAISTS. 'r r y
',-.iites'I; ; were !gath- #
April Sth. 11 03.: GRAY GOODMAN & RADER. 44 .' i1"J
.
I'irm the supixiscd i ,

:idit, rubbed tic '
I "
A SWEET BREATHis
HARTFORDVlll\ .. ,
.''."i'' 11a conf'i:'c.l I 2iT wI '
a never failing sign of a healthy ,
i I' '11:11)' revived suf- ,
I stomach. When the breath is bad 't :
11 infills to bivome j LEAVE MONDAY
I the stomach is out of order. Thereis
i ill happened and Bon Bons and Chocolates.
whistled andT no remedy in the world equal to I I ; t \

Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing indigestion
,', rail than he TRAINING SHIP WILL CRUISE IN 1. ruin:: DKLiriors:
I dyspepsia and all stomach ,

SOUTHERN WATERS BEFORE j disorders. Mrs. Mary S. Crick of I ,' ; ,tl v* W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, ; Jll ll})

I White Plains, Ky., writes: "I have II t

A Great Agency GOING TO NEW YOR KCITY. been a dyspeptic for 'ears-tried all .. ,. : Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St. '.rtx";

kinds of remedies but continued to 1
: V
---- grow worse. By the use of Kodol I I : : f;
It is officially i given out today that
We began to improve at once, and after
HnvSecured Control forTh the training ship Hartford will leave .: : DR. J. H. MOCK
few boUties
taking a am fully restored tt
:Nuix' 't the Tulton Com-i IVnsacola early Monday morning for ,
I in weight health and strengthand ,
!''''ur'.lh. Known i
Only Things i her at
Havana, her itinerary placing
can eat whatever I like. Kodol ;
to Nc, : .
H : That Cure Kidney ]
C'"c''"... ;in i.iti. the Primary.t'.veand I the Cuban capital atHitit the middle of digests what you eat and makes the ,' f, >' ale
I
will down I DENTIST.f !
next week. The ship move .. 3l
end +I. ." Hary Stuged. stomach sweet. Hargis' Pharmacy,
to the navy yard Saturday morningand John Sheppard Sidney Kahn. l y.,

take on coal preparatory for along "
-' cruise. 28% S. Palafox Street, 14E Old Armory Building. ::
the
u.J already: chronic I On April 27 the Hartford is duo at best 5 cent cigar on the market. . CROWN AND BRIDGE I WORK A SPECIALTY. 'lPfj+
It it hahunt '
;x.i.ias. ;
hundred
t' New York City and the several ."..
it li surely chronic. In I SOLD BY .
t '' men on her will take part in a 1 L S.COr.1'1...\. .
> -"y \\tj not take at sample bottles of Dr. Khmer'sSwampRoot u <.
I. I i ,
,w that cures kidney j ji monster tournament to be held at liver :
.., the great kidney -> 12. {
well! UK theprtmarf I (
i"i' ':.nl lieiow, tty pernuvi Malian: Square Garden. and bladder remedy, are being; distributed -i D.&I. MAYER Lumber. Hjdgins' new Etyle label for his 5
,, '!I" for tot I
tneuraLtl111I
1t |
o'clock this morning two companies ,
.I I .-uILlO,tbYSldllO",, At in here from house free. Have :2x3! scantling, J3; per thousand. cent cigar will interest you.

l. .-r.,.1.1",,1 FUlt"nl"owpollu all..tl"o1. ,' from the Haruonl under command you received one? Next Door to First National Bank. 3x3 scantling, |I G per thousand. j i'i

c.. .. ", II of K. C. Pell the of Lieutenant Courtney were Other items in proportion. Call and Try Gunther's Candies atSolomon's.
: Gust ll'.scutt r
CVmpuDj see us.M6.lmo..
wharf and were
'>i i stfeits. f'I'Mucisro. landed at Palafox BEEKMAX LUMBER CO. ,, rf

[ .,-'JI..T II: :-I lln..urllJle.notJf'r ihyslcianlotaiaI marched to Seville square for company)' xxx x% ;%xxXX% 'SS -- --- ----- .
.'. and cuLtirnied tho drill. The ship's band was not on E.

:" .'":.'.1115.:Iou looked swollen for..The lib! I shore, as it is not used only in battalion Good Cypress Shingles $1.25 per I WeHes-la! {

rbpa turnwl to asb'I' drill. The companies remained oni CAHN thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. Company
c., ,, T IS the dropsy had % ,
J iy! Ras well and ttr t i land over an hour and when at length C
-l' '- t'Eystcfandtclarrdthe 'I () Try The News' WANT COLUMN. WHOLESALE AM RETAILGROCERS.
K- back to the docks the L/
t',favt'da Mr.I'ella writtea I were marched =

t'J... +.. the Polite Jude of P'aa I, men were all prespiring freely and .-- -- -- '
.
a + .
t : stj the recovery under his
> '' a friend of his who also were very tired. "
-
"
t,. -' ?I "!L" ''a ., *** well known to be tnt -
.:; medical authorities.s I i on the ship: a wealthy gentleman named Electrical contractor and builder, Headquarters for x

;- ';t'-of? tt that" Knlton would cure Compound kUlnej! laver, who is from New York. Mr. = .PHONE US FOR YOUR.. will do your electrical work in first- .) 1ssl'f
became and at reasonable rates. Fancy and Staple Groceries.F'
-s' ., *A chronic.curableeven About]' laver has been a guest of the commander class style
t iipM are now into the dreaded> ,I for the past six months or EASTER DELICACIES. He can he found m 30 South Palafox .
.N it', Hitease and diabetes. street. Phone 203. ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE.. .
i 1.1..-d or invited eicepl i! more and has made trips all through ." ?PHONE 178... j* FANCY GOODS. t '
'
[ V l.ue the above are in- .
'* -. "\'. medicines., If JOM i the Mediterranean sea and to numerous SSS WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERSFOR FFyi
'it: Fulton's Krnal comT Commander Reedfr -
-, If U18 ol OTtT eight European ports. WEST FLORIDA FOR THE i
' it is the only thug : and his friend came ashore at 10:30: -" -
( ; ur ire jotnJ. Pulton|: CELEBRATEDCafe t 6
t. sin Francisco, sve 1 o'clock this morning, both wearing thefinist THEO. BELLA-MORE
? du Mode Coffee, Sweet Homo
Uvssl Compound fi J "4vs.ll; fur Diabetes, Panama hats, for 'hick the Retracting Optician. i
Molasses Illini and Climax Flour
,
f"r SendV.
| atitnts. commander is famed. The gentlemen '
.
Ww *:_ t1I esu..t\0" Lo.et.ho 1& Graduate of Paris.(France) and Philadelphia. Baylels Delicatessen, German-Amerl'
were in the city but a short ;tIme Rrtitia rfl0t 91'aph ,
HANNAH BROS., O d Armory Building reoaicola Fla. can Food Company's Canned Meats,

'sintt for Pcnsacola. Fla. Try The News' WANT COLUMN. \M1NATIOS FREE. 204K S. Palafox Street. Etc, Etc. .


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA. FLORIDA THURSDAY. APRIL 9, 1O3


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-
PENSACOLA BUGGY WORKS.A Some Satisfaction.StV.

I NEWS OF THE Curseor

reporter in his morning rounds
It ? '
TIMBERVORlD\ : dropped into the above establishment

land i found every workman busily engaged !

: even the proprietors, MessrsH. I I.
;k4Jr
))1TT1LLr
H. Spitzer and Charles LeBaron I ?
SEVERAL: NOTABLE CHANGES TO :
were pressed into service such being DRINKCtRED

.4 OCCUR IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS the Tour.ic of work for immediate at- I ? I

WITH WELL KNOWN COMPA i, lection. They are doing all kinds of :u ,- I II

new and repair work, trom the heaviesc I ; M"
NIES.I
It is a great affliction for a woman to <, f.oat, to the lightest and most artistically I 'u --i, :

;y.i-< .. ..., have: her face disfigured by pimples or 1,I finished buggy. Two of the 1 WHITE RIBBON REMEDY

Several timber deals hare any form of eruptive dise3.It makes !i
important [: orders now: being completed! will attract
r4 her morbid and sensitive and
robs her i j
I i I \0 tatie. Xo o.Ior. Can t
but the important
been reported today most attention when seen on the
of social enjoyment. Disfiguring
eru ,,' i tt"trw
perhaps 13 that of Simpson & tions are caused by impure blood and I streets, one being a handsome furniture I vattTytta WhOa Rihhon, i 0"cofte:RE''MY'1-1'0! it S

Company, of Bagdad which is said are entirely cured by the great blood. I'I van, the other, a light delivery I bed teal M anpultv 'fi'r..1: ]
S purifying meJ.iine-Dr. Pierce's Golden lents, ,"net her Inc puttvir i! a .
to SOOn change han s. In fact a lawyer in work. ,
wagon none panel inebriate, '"
a "tippler, .,
Ii'
Medical Discoiery. It removes from the j
< .. ,
( ; r./, :
drunkard. Dr'BtlDl'llt.
.::*.10 from Xa h\"me. Tenn., represent- blood the poisonous inipurities which Some of the recent work that re <> for Imno.ubefc alpnh-lie! II"an, '. !' 1f. .
\$ a "
in; the new syndicate of purchasers, is cause disease. It perfectly alid perman- flects great credit upon the concernara White Ribbon l>Q>tdy. '''1Itlllnrlil'd

Young women may avoid here today and met Mr. J. E. Creary, ently cures scrofulous sores, eczema the floats and delivery wagons I by IUl'lIIh..i lor w c
etter, boils, pimples and other eruptiedistasI's 1r.
m:::!: sickness and pan: says of Bagdad, who is one of the principal which are caused by the blood's jusc turned: ojt for Mr. Laz Jacoby 'Good tiling I made ilat rule never I Mr;. f.\\r.>.pre'
Miss Ama! Pratt if they will stockholders in the Bagdad firm. The rcpurity. It increases th action of Their finishing: room is tilled with ter leave le house; without takia' turn, (Christian'K'lfornia.Ttmp'HI,writ>> 'I -

have faith in 1! Xashtille gentleman's name Is Barth- the blood-mating glands 111.- thus increases I work: to be done and material to be somethin' wiJ me."' !!i '* bite Ribbon tf>m..dy o" idrunkardand .
only Lydia the supply of rich blood. I thnrurVs \I ; .t
pure
o'l and he is at the Merchants where used the of old In '.
in repair an buggy or many cases the itvmi > I. .
PinVhan's: Vegetable: Compound "For shout one "ear anj a half rr.r fare was Makes Clean 1 I er tI\ I cbwrfully ...
a Sweep. ruIi
Mr. Creary was seen. verv badly broken out." ,rittll Miss Carrie the building: of a new one. This department dor f White Ribbon Rcmt
I f'el it duty to tell all Adams. 01 116 We-t yam Street. Battlfcwlc, There's i' of
like!
'
my T"oun::: nothing doing a thingthoroughly. our UnIon! are ,1"11.1
.\ deal for the Bag ad haste is in of
property charge an
l-ow !>!ich. "I sp-nt a great deal cf rinn-y with doc : expert
> Ul'lCr.lia II I"iakhaUl's roleal
rroTi< n treatment to at! Ianeework.
: -
ton and for in for and .
won..erfal \ eta'ilf' (,111114 n prospect over aelr triri flier. i ,
: cn\eil r.o I>t'Dtft.t lest I rod one of vnuradxertivment'
I,.,tm.i \h n* d"nfor rae. I was comria sexeril times a sale has been re- in a raprr and obtained a lictt'.eif In consultation with one of the proprietors ever heard of, Bucklen's Arnica Salves Pruggists or by mall, .
S ., !Jr. Pierces GoMen Mfihcdl Dicovrry. Ir-
lo-.vn unable itUnl the best.
: to It andcures
i"rted. These have as often been re- 'ore I bad taken "*ie lntte of IMI n: d cil'e I it vas developed that the sweeps away I I free by writing Mrs. A. M. Tow-send
... ai 1 rli'1 not cars i tr kin 1 fj,
any no. ced a change and alter taking there boat" Burns sores Bruises '
Cuts. Boils.Ulcers.
.
if < -:: v.; hilt uf>vr I f -tl! like a ne/; tmwl but it is stated on good authority I was entire'y ctire"I'

rtr'.ln, lll hiw, 'an1 sovcn pounLif now that the transfer will be made Dr. similarly l.itf..5 oliirn aft! ctc-d.Medical* biscoxery to sty gu-iug special attention is horse Skin Eruptions and Files. It'.. ain Temperance Union .:.s T'e'llQ 1
ll,-,h in threenviathi.. t one only 23c::; and guaranteed to pive1 I
i I \ ery foon. The sole iv.oth for substitution! is to shoeing.: They have a man: whotiuiro'.ighiy St, Boston, Mau.1

c )I-n.rua,1 IT fp.i.a 1 it f..tnl"ti all Vt-voui.i'.nu-;:? wW'T ,!;."'Cl- ,I Another important change is the permit the dealer to make the little understands Ins business, satisfaction byV.. A. D'Alemberte, j I Hannah Bros.. :!! S. 1'Alaf

1 ; withdrawal (,f: Peter Toraassc-llo fron more profit paid by the sale of less ier- druggist, 121: S. Palafox street.
'II"i: \ I'm IT. II '115. M'ch._ !SnJ and they guarantee to shoe any horseto -
f,", ,"1' :' f'4&"e letterFIUE -. !'," inr.o1 he German American Lumber Coinnany itorious metlici es. He gdns ; you lose. i I ---
: interfering and ask that
prevent :
S ..
i'pr. d. Therefore accept ro substitute for "Better out than .-

"\ E HC..UJ AD VICE TOY cf St. Andrews and tis asuui- "Golden Iileiiicil Discovery." any animal thus troubled be brought stay Yon in want Pensacoli a: :rood: pnn till tuner hold to I I that you notice. To II


All yo'in!:, :sirlsr.t! thN period of I'o: it Mill: Company at Mil'.ville.!! It Adviser, a book contain! JooS pages say they will: not charge for the work. had 2t) Yfars' experience and have I
life :iro rarjic.tly inrilnl to writeto is given away. Send 21 one-cent stamps -
i.- aso: announced today that the entire worked in \"PrlI: phno !factorip
of for the lookin Malta-Vita, Shredded
for only W
?!!".... Piiilili.ua for advice ; olio expense mailing Orders left at Johnson's book store I 11 Blr
(.at jfuiiK'tl Ira a motherly v/ay product of the Robinson Point company paper covers or 31 stamps for the volume Pad Puzele.I'1e will be attended t-). cuits. and Force with Crear .: s,,

liutKlrc'ds frf Filmun.... ; lic'radvice will!! be handled exclusively by Pen- bound in cloth. Address Dr. R. V. or sit r.C'i.r recently chat- CRAB.V.. P&ESLEY.O I Oman's.

: i..; freely and cheerfully sacola shippers and that the nlwill\ Pierce Buffalo. N. V. '.iug in a Tillage Ian when one of them I I I
..
given ; her address I.nn.Ua":: ije priced: to kt"p UP with the incrfjms -- said!: O S T O n.:3:A..

J a 19'in 1 from the letters she is r... NO BAD TASTE. "1 say, I bets yc dinners! all ro'iu.l ye k&iithe 1te YC3 1t3iB _::1311tuze CREX GRASS FURNITURE, FCH
orders It is Hot given oat
oeirinj from fio many youngirl5 Mrs. HEPATICURA taken in little cant toll me the answer to a puzzle THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND EE3:
. I'iakham is inclined to the llief that officially who will succeed to Mr. To- a knows lot" ( $tZ"u
ROOM AT MARSTON &
QUINA'S.
our girls are pushed altogether too '! ma8.-eno's! interests in the St. Andrews water is almost tasteless. Childrencan "Done," they paid. "I bet we can.
near the limit of their endurance I --
nowadays take it adults.
as easily as ThereIs --
tpopmany: but it is understood that What I..lt?
in our pulilic schools and !
stmiq-
aries; less learning and more health Messrs. II. H. Bcypr and I. I:. Saunders absolutely nothing bitter about the -Well," said! Tat, "why is a Journalist : .

needed. {. OOD of this city are his successors.On taste, nor that sickening sweetness.It the funniest creature in the world?" WICKE&CO.

)l:1I stoclvhoiders of 'the Gor positively does not gripe or irritate After vainly trying for about two

.. -. Lumber Co. a delicate! stomach, and ita laxative Lour they taJly said they must give it
do r For DabOutd } man-American are calledin

J 4. <>irs is giNsi for babies, but not session for the purpose! of considering -I I effect! Is easy and natural. All these up."Why," Paid the delighted; Pat "l>e- Plumber Gas and Steam fitter
,
If tli .y have to {.'..t it with too muchdiicoinfort. of good qualities combined In a medicine ,
I the practicability increasing cause his tale comes out of his head.dotft .
: Its value lies nut iu what 15 sure to please. That Is why it has "
I the capital stock of the concern to It? Spare Moment No. & South Fulafos Street
I baby < tes outilonrs but iu tho amount ,
$2d0.fiuO.') The capital is so many friends. Sold by all drug _..
| present -- -- -
L cf cloan, vigorous otitdour! air that baby All Kinda oi Plttnblng and Gas Fitting Materiala Re;' on Haas!
S I $1(1).1111") less, and the increase is regarded gists.
\ J Mil 1'icatlnand a,":iiuilate and utilize 'tKLE"C"'JtE .2" .. PcNfloI, Flit
' 'f Outilni j is (if IHtlf unoil:; to the over- i, as a n'JtalJle'ert in tibmer

'I' I *'LIt.ll4l. bi'j.il"\v; -l b tile- Jump bol- I circles There is no doubt but that The largest, the best and newsiestThe
.
/. s'f-r> il up with f as.iionalle fuMt-mls in the increase capital will le"oted.. News, 10: cents per week.In .
iJ. :} n ti-i'icriiu baby carriage! ; <>n a popular! F' SAMUEL CHARLES,
" ,i The meeting will be held in this ctiy.
, Ij thoiiiii::lif.'rt'. A biby :sots more good : 5 :

')5 \ of "iitil'xirs thniu.h oti] dimi-; and (.r K-cumbla Florida I'o'inty n Chancery Circuit, Court, State n i BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
, '. i|I STEAMSHIP IRENE ,
., v.licre
PU -. it niny lit ami !stretch /anij P. Ujaa \

,. ) 4: a. il Mt-k and breathe fully: and freely I i SAILED OUT TODAY William vs.1/. R an.[) REPAIRING NEATLY DONe: WHILE YOU WAIT.
} 1---- ------ --- - -
!: en us! iiattr '; unburili-iiiMl with 1I
!'uI !1 ( in Minilnv tht 4th . I, jJJ3 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in t Hhoe; ,! Leather & Fu ii ibi.IMIUM .
. I'ri1tiu vrtji1i', aul Tlit'el | The steamship Irene which was Mel,thy ilf ff ndnnl William'!llyan U required --....".. )::::1---

. j. ." !\'ill nmtlr\-"s can IH iNtsl on a 'libeled a fiw days aga and taken in 10 n.rfia.Tnls appear. to the bill filed against him I, /VicThrifc! "-...\ : I' U. 00. 'Ol'TJI r.tiFoMr1tFFlr.; .

:;k P..I/.AI or MU the Kru-< unit 'rn'' Imhy.1.1.1' !, charge by 1'uitp.l States authorities at order Is to he publl-hcd once a netkirilht // P lr t1o.c.r.! .... "

U '.i..,\' I'liu-h! i::<>thr or Iure may the instance of CaItainicole! of the cnn'-ccuilve n"..t>puer pulilishfj wei'k* in THE In saij II.\!Ksambia vVpwsa I. \ J. E. DUBUISSOX % BROTHER
J, : ....
: lt. ; j ; J.\
::1'rt iiii"-*, \.tIy! bettor than any earrLigel ? .o1Z.
; I county. 1 .rr-t.. ..t .' ....)10. ,
I Briti-h steamship Mortlake, sailed far .. .. .
.
' \ for many months <.f its early lif... Ilii.lili"j A.M. McMlLLAX, I @ ,.1 .. '.'J \1';''';''.'" f, ..
I Cardiff today after haung executed ClrU Circuit Court. 1d: !'-1" it?;.. h., :OIMK TAKII\GO\A: INTKNDKNCIVCealera STItEEToZ!
\ I liii l.inip'rM from -rbinJIiui I ,
:; a [SFAL] BV IS H. KlTKTOVl' 0(, 1!" "'''''''''''' -" \" (\ ,. ...,
( baby in a (vrrla??, there i is .i iir; ofFcttiLj j the required bond of $12/>('.>. The bond Punauscol. .'16., ] eb. IS, line tl.Kjan inr i .t: t.q r ..' in

I 11:11 furnished without the least difficulty '; 1 >> -q i :z:}
I' a liy up with pillows \ .j fore it l is '! 5..' ."'_.'(.; ''Ii" 'J. ,-. tj-: \ i1.or.U Choice and Groceries
, .. rc.uly to lit ujt i-omfortnbly t and the vessel released. .f.ir':. : ......,. :f,1.'L.f "- ei _'4 ', & Staple Family dOur

tt or >afi'Iy.V IIi';, : Pretty I Good Itrp Received Fresh Daily. They are too to enumerate
r.' I for the underwriters arrived I ;..S, : 'r..Jvfrr many
\ and Warranted be this Jiest the Market Afford'
;
I.g1.lnz iilM'n Itmini. are to and can be
; n !" ; : ;;'; "; ?yfJlDid /
S last owning from New Orleans where
llelif-d We
" Thi lighting of tho < l.iM'.s mom i-j aTory : on. can Duplicate any Order Given a* Diring; the
'
; |11l' had been attending some collision t. I Holidays and will Deliver Free to any far "f t. r C ity.
Important matter from a sinitaryftanilpolut C ; ..,
Easter : :.:P, ,
:.t-. : snid al-o! from one of couVfimT. -:leases in the courts. lie hunted up ,': : .. .' ..,,-' rc./ cot XTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE C.REF..LTrEXrIOS..
"
'S:i. :"-". It Pi" I is the iUuuiihaiit: ItS Captain Krysjrr, the local agent. and X, ;/

i' I ort! over h' lift li::'ati d I luiwr' tan! between the two the matter was fixed P.O.Box326. J. E. Dubuisson & Br-

'X I' r.b-o'.ui-y: not-t. xtry. If a I'i;::ht lUhtre "\\1 so that the Irene, which has a Cards PHONE 66.

4 \ <<:irtd:; tin a :a little 1:1:111; lauip rtiaiilv Gracors.AL ,
large cargo of lumber could proceed .
I .niij: b>- !iiritcun!. Vat oven tlwii it I is .' OPERAHOUSE
to her port of destination.
a p: y nUll tacte tuutLcn Every Color of the Rainbow.
I. S. : tL :r ItiMivn! to lie :1..u"h.nH tMI.II I]I It is flaw estimated that the actual I .J. -M.: COK, )1iit&tgi'i.: nLLra A v' eJ. Y

i'.t !1' ; ;;: ii a room without a li-rlit.; It damage sustained by the Mortlake Especially the vivid, hamlsome colors -: _._ .__. _-- ----- -- _
that symbolize! the spring.It's .
'jl 7s i. i-; S'> nu !II more healthful.Vlure! I j could bi covered by an expenditure! of ONE XIQ-IT: O\'LY, i

4 I f. :. :." ;.ie in u".' wi far loo oftl.j i SeeJ $flH. but her daily! charter is about a pretty custom to remember I i TI-I::-'I..VV. MrL.ni 14 (SfCCKfcSOR TO AVERY WOOLFOLK

f'1! ', .'!! siUiitii'S li'H-aii',' tL.' our friends during the beautiful i'
strouci
IMPORTER AND
:) | ; $14e ij; and of course ills amount will JOBBER OF
,/{ \ ,I ::;':t is dlrirtly:: lilt\.. !ir faces.ir : hastcr Qa=on. | --
I be ngured in the total. This steamer
I T; c'diTS! S-MDIU! stop to think of These cards will help you to do it
iunder two months' charter by the THE BIG MUSICAL COMEDY HARDWARE.
t.
tl.is from tln-ir! suptTior hi'l-'lts.: .\ won.! ;iI

; L.t'! h..u.lll'n'r! !,... pl.ii tiln that its Gulf Transit Company for carrying I I

:: r...*'" title! into a cl'iM's!i: ejcs. One of coal to Tarr-i'ioo with a privilege of a They ran in style elaborate from the simplest THE IRISH Iron, Xails Axes, !ShovtN.I '. the .
: to most and all |
tin n.i'st pn-;alt-nt! i-au os f,u% \iir eye- third, month's charter, and, it is said bear verses expressive of the time. I Supplies Window, Cooking and lie 'h Moves, Paint, Oils
Glass. Guru, Fi-toU uud Fi-hini Tackle.
I ifl''t In 'uU1:;: chillriii is this try i| thai when the damage is finally repaired -

1,4,,'!ischiv on the pa'.t tit their ( lili-rs :, the ship will oe raised in English The Prices are cuite; reasonable, PAWNBROKERS... Agate antI Tinware ana Uwuefuriiishiug ( oo1.LAOENS ,.

: to proiile sh.-uK lights: in roou ,here from 3c to $1.00. |
j -hip 'artl;;. With the Farce Comedy Kar Triumvirate FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPAXV J
('lul n'lIlIrc I-itng or playing.; We have a number cf little things
Revere Giant rititched Belting, Northarnpton Emery
suitable for Easter Presents too.
: THE BOAT RACING i Wheel Co., Liftin A Bud Powder Co., Johu on'8 Kalsomiue -

Jln It'lIh' Indprnrnr.Tl.o ,I COMMITTEE MET TODAY. 1I I Sullivan and Mack Iron Km. and Huck Stoves and Ranges, Wm
: silirtioii of uiuK-nlotl.iu; is Pollorn Coups A Co.'g Raw Hide Lace Leather Maeury'aMade

b ( innde with due rniHikTatidu for AND Railroad: Colors.
the ),.uliar iviistitutiou fff the wearer. Me.rs. Palmes, Merrill and Iyer. J. M. GOE'S !I

( A ioi-t hUin rt-nuirt abiimlaut 'Irspafe members of the regatta committee .Mazie Trumbull Hasouic Temple Pensacola, Fla..

t : a hot. dry one Is IHuue; l lij' I went out to the battleship Texas this BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER

L a compact weave. Iu tin lir,t case, free !' morning and held a meeting for the ,; Qt PEOPLE OCW

j passagef uiois-iuro IHMU-J ieu-s..ary. I purp),e of arranging details of the 203 South Palafox Street, <* POSITIVELY IC' TIME TABLE.

the filx>rb.Mit ai.J r.'wlltl1'0wI'r of '
coning races. The three gentlemenwere ( PENSACOLA, Fla. A COMEDY FOR NICE FOLKS.
tlii> maierhsl I sL:ouM I lie ta ken into aeeouut. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
in high spirits when they returned -- .
In winter; the r''or.i>'' of neat II Prices :-23: 50. 7oc: and tl. IS EFFECT DECEMBER 1,11101
# from s-l in huc-ine'r tie r*. il.tration: of ,, and: the conference must have

S li.-at of tLj bi,,!y depend 0:1 the cull- hen successful. Chris Thiesen Now OrJoans and Mobllo.

I tUeilv power i.f tlie: Ulhl.'r arc1l'nt. I I I -
SS No.6. So.& So.!. No.1. No.1 '4oL
Au mi-d.uni: ,
:t cotton gltulllt, twit
OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine TII a 12:1" m llt( ) p I 1..f'lve... Peol8cola .. Arrive 600 a 4:00 p I 8.'' '
),111111:1\'I'. ojieu uu*,,ll. is a ;'Klll (*udut CORNER : 8- a 2:21 p 1:112 a L"ye_ flomltoD Leave 2:115 a 1:50 p 1:4 J
,f heat and absorbent If 11:1)) a ':1'! p 2:00 a LIve_' !oloblle __ Lt.ln U.IIID't U:15 n IJO! r
tor rjlhl them.
( a ( oysters today. Try
j ..,_ --.5- :1p: TSO a Leave _N.w IJrllll\D8 IN"Y" Kus.. p I 7:25k _
tuuiature.An NIC APOSTLE. INTENDEHCIA AND BAYLEN STS.,

I One Block Wet of Palafox. I _ _ North. _

fff'-cthe:: unterj'ieiv for a table !" I N \\.\L tmWtiS S1AUKF1, So. !. So. .. No.1 So. I.
KEEPS THE FINEST: BRANDS OF 11:05 12:11 Leave Pen 8cola m
cu electric lamp Ill mirror pm p m Arrive ':110 p m IIJ a
( j'lai-iil ( a ,
: Hrportert Dally for Ths Newt bJ '; : j'i 8:15am 8:1>7pm Arrive. Montlomery _Leave 11llam V.55 p ISlL59
k with s-taincsl glass .;lol>e rc2ectinj am 8Ullpm ArrIv&.thrmlngham _Leave 8:83am 1.1pm
t ', vanetl colors! of the };!lass u ld in : Union Naval Store Co. 1J6pm lIOa m ArrlvlISa.oYllie _heave. ___ _
..na: I 2:80 a m :tS a m Arrive ...Loahvllle ......Leave 1:16 pm 2.", a IS
tl.e tli>!ijn of the shade. I T:.'I) am lIiII: a no ArrIYeClnclnnatlLeaT3 8:01 m 11:12 p m
I of" ____t3 ai H_ ._ ,..i2 40wo r PUREST[ I LIQUORS 1, 1:10 a m 1:*) pm Arrive .__.551. Loall .._.Leave 4:15pm p ;! .!..11PENSACOLA !
__....._..._ a ti: U._ .. ...__ 2 10i -

Rcbbsd the Crave. i -...... S 3.i: F _____ __ 2 00E. AND RIVER JUNCTION.

t :: .__ _._ ) .._ .. ._. .205'i -
.\ starling incident is narrated by It ___ :s N 1)........._ 20) ; So. I-Dally So. I-Dally I. oItopwheretimenot.bown No. -Dally 'No. f-LIl'-
FORFamily -
-
John Oliver of I'hila.ielphia, as follows t ___ .__ 2..5 .tbeI01l'.._ 200 : 11:16 pm 7QI a m LeavePeDileolaArrln 1060 pia 8.11II pili
P IU1e rt:IIPK!>TUI K'I ) 12:16D1lb' TII ltohemia. I. 10:87" I;01"
: 'I was iu an awfu! condition 12:20 718 YDleetra iose 8:0t
My Fkin or Iledicioal Use U:23" 7:111 ........Elcambla._ U lon" 1.117"
almost sunk
was
yellow, eyes A PLUNGE 12:86": 7:23 MDla __ II 10:11" 666
('n.. tonsme coated ram continually! in:L For Over Sixty: Years 12:1IV" 7:28 ___ Harp __ 10:21" Ito)
1260" 7'SO _O""Clty_ II 10:16" 6,27"
bacn and sides, no appetite, growing; MRS. wiNSLow'g SOOTHiss STErP: hat FOB Into the suds at our Laundrywill 1\11"::\ r88 MlltOD II 10:10" 6.J) :

weaker day Three 'I.1 i been died for over mtj yean by mlillonioi 1:110 a m _. 'I 000 RaDIt II II .,t..6..
by day. physicians not harm
your clothes, but will IM": 8:15: _.... .Hoits .. 1:11 II 6.
had !given me up. Then I was;I : mothers for their children while teething, Toe Sailor or Lan IDa make them fresh and spotless. Our ljII II 1:110: Milligan ::: .1 IJO" 1.11 :
I' 1:83" 8:1P! .........CreltYlew.... ...... 1:11" ';00..
advised to use Electric Bitters; to>I with perfect inccesi. It soothes the child work is always well doneand our deal. 1:00": I.M II _D eer Land .. IM II RU ..
i 1:11": 1:1f" II II '.11
my great joy the first bottle made s i l softens the gami.allajf all pain.eorei wind ings honest. If you are not suited ':01 II I:.. .. ..Del'Dnlak8prtlll.MOllY Head _. .. 1:10 1:11" I..4S

decided Improvement. I continued 11 I colic and li the belt remedy for Diarrhoea Swedish Punch, Danish Aquaril come to us and get a few_ measures of all1"' IU II "N __ Argyle_ ,:.. .. 2.11.
If( 1a7' _Ponce de L6011.- N ,:29 I 211 :
their use for three weeks, and an I': (t will relieve the poor little sufferer 1m German Kummel and other brands satisfaction. 6:00" 10:10' .i _.WeUYllle__ ':1' II 1t.6 :
well of imported Wines and Liquors. 6:1)8 II 10:16' __ Ca1'fTllle........ ':11" 1t8lI.a
I know Bold
a in
by
now mediately.
man. they robbed}I Druggists every par II IOJ) _Bonlfay_ II 8:54 II 17T :

the grave of another: victim." Xc j or the world. Twenty-five cents: a bottle Here only you will find the N. C. STAR LAUNDRY ':00" 10.7" _....Chipley......... 1If" lf"
I' Be lure yon ask for"!(n.Wlnllo1l"1 Sooth Bowen Kentucky Whiskey I 24 CO. r8:1JO" 1I:<1l" _--Cottondale_ II 8:1. II UIJ 500)
S one should fail to try them. Only !5 it(' ciSyrup' and take no other kind. years ':00" 115 II 'I _Marlalllla........ II 8:00 II U:1f
: old. ':10" 11:16 II __ II 11:18 II 11:46T:4i ..ra
at W. A. D'Alem W. INGRAHAM Cypress .
cents guaranteed ,
Prop.
,
Valhalla Branch, corner Garden : ) II lll II II _Orlnd Rldle.... II 682 II 11128TIM" ;
lerte's 121 S. Talafox street I Try The News' WANT COLUMN. U:06 00')0 .. ._ IiDtadl __ 11:1" l000 II
street and 10th arenne. .Phone 114..372 E. Garden St. :11' 12:11" Arrie.giy.rlantioaLeace 6:10 II 10:1.tr








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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY.APRIL 9. 1903 L t.

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-- _ _ _ CARE OF FURNITURE. HOUSEHOLD HINTS. REMARKABLE CURES

Ithouf a Heariar.he1'TneDistillerOwensboro.KeniucKx I :

How to Clean and Keep It In Good Discolored enameled Are Being Made Free of 4
Five Per Cent. saucepans are I Daily Charge if; )

4 .. Condition. easily made bright and clean by the by the Red Cross Physicians, Who :r .Ii
I I
The care o furniture woods is an use of powdered! pumice stone. Are Located at 111 West Chase ti J

L exceedingly asfkeeper's kiterpstiug part duties.of the The Intelligent Twenty Year Gold Bonds In putting down Turkish n3 always Street-Services for Three Months t i,

spread with the toward!
; daily light dusting must supplement warp Are Given Free to All Invalids Who ; :
the light in order to get the full effect: Ift.
he weekly rubbing If tlv "bloom\ In Allothtr policy htld by Mr. atertmue of the sheen.If Call Upon Them Before April 21. !"r'l.i1 i
this instance not desirable, is to be Il'tr CtnL was a
-r.1w..4'l Twentyyear Gold Bond i'olicy for the fire will not burn. gather A staff of eminent
-* $1O.uoo. on Which be had up a physicians andsurgeons
kept paid ix annual paymenu
awty.As oflij.7u each. Thu form of policy was few old! corks and throw them 'a. You from the Red Cross Medical :Ifil
: wi-\ a rule, the use of oily restoratives atw dented and introduced by The Mutual Life Institute have the l.:
;; insurance will find! they are excellent for making at urgent solicitation -
I l s to be deprecated, a writer inHarper's Company of New 't ork.and to fCltltmtut -
says 1fi:
of thu. of a large number of ;
c'tc3'\i policy the Company WIll issue ten the fire tlra w. patients under j
-. P.azar. Unless applied by a ou.thouaand dollar 5 Per I their in this :
CtUI. Twenty-Veat care country, established ;i: ; t
Cold Boudl, the income : If the bread knife is heated, new
ireless arm and thoroughly rubbed in, from which will he J iCN ,
: for a permanent: branch of the In S:
a year twenty yttlrs. The fact of poli''t i bread be cut ; old. but I '
the can as family as
1
1 and thereafter the piece kept in perfect ,OU), will t't paid at the end of stitute in this city at 111 West Chase : ': .
twenty
4 years. the knife will eventually! be ruin\-I! t ;z
.' & t.4'qrt; i' ; F polish by a daily rubbing, the oil is (P4iIlJ.l1.fuc Etad I'W.1J,1901. street. if'T I
., sure to form a crust sooner or later with the heating. I The eminent gentlemen have decided ; if

; 7--N which is gummy to the touch and not If you have no maid the plainer the. to give their services entirely free t

,' ,i .-. r_ ;: t .. pleasing to the eye. For this reason If you desire to know on what terms furniture the better, as it's:: so much i, for three months (medicina eicepted: ), t .),
'I' : easier to keep clean. Besides, a plain, to all imalids wto call upon them fortreatment : -:
nercfurnture should! be longas can
kept as you contract for the
purchase of 5 Per rich surface on good litu Is more dignified between now and April 21st ; 14'

possible! without the application of Cent. Gold Bonds, deliverable to yourselfin than a lot of machine carving. These services consist not only of con :iff,,. I'll

L1i&1 such restoratives. sultation's, examination and advice, but .n 31'
!
; 1 Furniture which has been finished twenty years or to your family The size of a small room is only also of minor surgical operations. The I,] } ;
made I .
with shellac varnish whether in Immediately in more apparent by a figured carpet in this is .t1
or case of your death, state object pursuing; course to !I
r:4- glossy or dull finish, should never be the amount of A plain carpet is:: best here, and! I. become rapidly and personally acquainted pt t )

cleansed with soap or water. Soap is annual income you wish if i'ossibe! carpet two rooms opening ]!I with the sick and afflicted, ;:

: made to cut oily substances, and in the to secure for yourself twenty years hence into each other alike, so as to give theidea and unuer DO conditions will any "'f

erforinauee[ of the service for which and give date of your birth. 'of greater space. I I charge whatever be made for any services t'l: ; :
To cool an oven while bnking keep j rendered for three months to : tt
f it i? made eats the oil out of the waxed, I l'
all who call before Afrii 21st. The
the door
shut put in the d.iniinT of the tI
oiled shellacked touches
surface it
or
fSHE WAS BRED IN OI.D KENTUC1 ? and destroys it. oven flue and fl'mOH'till' of the rings I I docttrs treat all forms of diseases and -J'tl'
deformities and! giuranlce a cure in j
i ;
_ _ Where white spots appear on polished CECIJj WILLCOX .Manager. of the hot plate. ThKVill reduce tin every case ..iey undeitake. At the ;, }.."
surfaces:: from the dropping of liquids temperature quickly wIthout admitting i I first interview a thorough examination .
I Jacksonville Fla.S. 'I .
cold air to tie 1
or from heat the immediate appli- on'u.Tbe
is made and, if incurable you are \ 'r
cation of raw linseed! oil will generally L. PORTER Special Agt. I frankly told so; also advised against ;d' \ .

the color. The oil should be Pensacola, Fla. fur useless treatment fr :'
restore
.pailin
LEEAR&CO., DISTILLERY D DISTRIBUTORS PENSACOLA, FLA.CHOICEST lamp wick should be the largest money ) ;.'_ i.

-- left on the affected! spot for several ...-- ----------- .- size that the holder will receive. It it I Male and<< f?rjale weakness, catarrh ,. :

hours or over I1Iht.kahll will perform Keeping White- of Egg. refuses to move easily, draw out one and catarrhal deafness; al vanocele, S '. r
AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT? rupture goitre, cancer and all diseases '
the service if at to .f t"
applied once not cook realizes or two threads from each side. '
Perhaps every of the rectum, are positivclrcired '
Unusually a hacking cough and a rosewood! finished :'
; or hi/lily inalmgany.la 1
that when only the yolks of eggs: are by tln-ir new trc1tm nt. .t't
-ot- general feeling of weakness, often each instance, when the color has needed for use one day the whites It should! be the ambition of every Their chief associate; surgeon of tho !

l"I'\ (\ H leading! to fatal results after the pa- returned, the spot should be r'poll"hrd!" woman to live ui to her best photogra institute will he in personal charge. .'t .

f F'jfi13:', 1 t U" tj4 h 'rijIJ[i cdT tient is supposed to have passed the with a piece of cheesecloth moistened may be kept in a cool place for a ;>h.-Etlinb'irsh: Scotsman. Offices 111 West ('has('. tI

I1LU!, .: with turpentine.IIuvi day or two. Separate the egg ores I Office: hours :3 a. m. to 7 p. m.: Sun- : '
danger point. Foley's Honey and
r-n putting the white in a soup Pome sort of a sharp relish is always Mays: HI to 1. C :jItlNEVI
_
-.\ Tar is guarantod to cure the "grippe I ,
to Text I'KKi. It will for
consh" and make you strong and plate. whip up a me- acptable with cold meats.A .
A now method of testing eggs for ringue the next day or even on the
well. It fails to
0 POSTLE'S never stop a coughif
their! frohhi has been communicatedto
taken in time. Take no substi day following quite as light as if SCHEDULE. ;
the Agricultural society of axony.n Guaranteed Cure IMF I'iies .
tutes. used at once-at least this is true
tIE.iC-fl7rE&ezt t !; : i t l. .\ ors pluitf'd! iu water tends to ri::e Itching, BItn2 r.Ieeding or Protruding: OF
'Ir. of fresh laid and no other ever
with more biioyar.ce according! to its eggs; Pile*. Your dru El'i till refund your

(' >rJova Restaurant Htand SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOLOMONS. age, owing to enlargement of the empty whips very well. Owing to its different money It I'AZu OINTMENT: Jails to cure I, STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ I

0 "- ,ad of Pineapples at U.7f space at the thick end by evaporation nature the yolk spoils much you :cents f

. roz n.ck1Ev of water from the white: hence more quickly, yet that, too, can be -- ----- -- J. N. ROGERS, Manager. mp.
ti. Try The News, 10 cents week, ,4
per the white is
the eiri takes a different: position in kept over a day after
: Leave Frffport Monday and
---- -
.- the water. Fresh cgs; :, remain horizontal drained o.T. l'our a little water iT.lwxl.iy irorLfne. .

D. HALE WILSON an egg three to five tays old gently over the unbroken yolk to INSOMNIA Arrive at Priisacola Monday and '

makes an angle of :!1)i degms with the prevent drying and the forming ofa Thursday nieht. .+;

horizon one eight days tfves an angle: crust. Leave Peiisscola Tu" -day: and S

O'N'1:; degree! ; *. and at the end of fourteen Friday night.
Real Estate and Rental Ihavo! been u..lnsdumma. ('\Ior.\lC.TS for .
Agent Arrive at Freeport Wednesday
is io An .
days the angle I degrees. Buy In Pairs. lo with whU'li I hare b.t'n ufruu-d: toro 1
/gg three weeks old lies at "0 degrees made 'er twenty years and can say that Cascarets and Saturday morning
In
buying ready wrappersit taveKiven me more relief than all)'oilier remedy -
1:51: South I'alafov Street due three months rt'mains'I'IicII, and
is a vnse to buy two I bare ever tried. I shall certainly recommend '
when it is older: still it floats. economy them to my friends as l.eine all they are MEPIANDWOMEN.C ,
MPHONE HO. 243. PENSCOLA, FLORIDA alike, so that the one most worn represented." Tuos. UILLAIID 1.igin,Ill, .
TB.Ea r.maufnruneatnral1.i.5d.
," -- HOIT to ic.'troy CooMnK Odor.. may be used to patch the other one diprh&rgiin5snmatifl$. SOti&tIMet4
.... ; ': .' t" .'._ ", .' imUtiuni or ukersiiofll
; 1
L'I\ ,1..I&.1 .." ,i"if .I. ... CANDY
--.. w_... .... -. ,:::' I:1> (f mutual mrnilrane ,,, S

C--MalM.: .. '................,..........!. ._.. \ ..1"' S.. .. '" .!. ..I"'.S f' -T: .....I 7-_ ? ., r'.f or even tie: turkey has left the! least!" new sleeves. The same is applicable CATHARTIC pp..,.,.ctai4... gent rtinlm or poitmnuut.k and nut.$>triO'iTSlTHtEyiHSCHEMimCO. S.. j S

suggestion of its preparation in the to men's negligee/ shirts. The CICIKNtTI.O! Mold by DranltU.C. 1,1 '
nt in plain .
or wrapper.J
8.1.
diuini; room pour n few drops of oil of shirt sleeves always wear out first, m FB i Ir 'iprem. prfp.id for ..

(Classified j Advertisements: lavender In a vase or \HIai.d half and new cloth would be so unlike TUjtaglltmfm l\(Circui\ Ii>. or r 3 KUt lH>tllr.OU 12 ruqusil.75. ; S

till with hot water. This gives a delightful ;
I the shirt bod- which fades .
always -- - - --
-- --- --- ----- freshness to the air, which Umo.st : I -,
t more or kss no matter how careful '
ONE CENT A WORD. c1'sirahltwl111 the house is stuffy '

---- ---- and! diners and windows cannot bethrown i one i is in washing-that a patched Pe*iont. Patatable. |v>ient, Tat Good. Do IfJErifiiRlrlr$ti LlS
LOST.LOsFLatIk's' I is unavoidable.Vimen dood \-TerSirken. "'..ukI'll.or (;iu.... HIT.:i I' .. .. '
I at the last nmmenLI appearance .4i. .l. -t:
I __ __ open ... CURE;; COrI5TIP TI H. ... ( ', '. '
4'Iit&it): r .LI-.II
\ \ TO LOAN I two are bought alike, the body of p"ltrc II n.ii, h''I"n. I hI..-.. Innlrral \.., tort. 1'NI' I "",,, t ,;),--i.!t I.5- 1U ..."' I ... ....0( i: '. .5
: Purse, between New ... .. ..
.5.\ 5 i. %
I'mto. Destroy Mnthq. 'one tiiirt may be converted into \.II' q!' .1 n:'" "ran".1 "f all rlll'OJ /' J j., -5 'Ya'- I'........... ', ...i.. .. S I...'..... I I
1 .
Orleans! Grocery :Store: and F.; K '.. ,slu.l111:1"haccullo11Ilt. ( .... . .. ..
Make a mixture! of g-isuline awl nrofourth > r II.
and the
) for the other
sleeves
(i :amenable; terms aud I garment I c... ( ...... .. I' ." e. ,," .... '. : .... 1
L '. lra\\! (>r'5. :said: i-ocket Dook containing :i.s iiiiic'i wood alcnliol. la which look all alike. Stockman and :.. {-. ... 'Irn.. I... I.' .. r.. ,
.
,. .
\\'. I5ULLAUD between sixty-nine and se'nt.n'c \. I has Iwen CNsolvcd; :i' much corroMVsnblimnt" I' Farmer.nfi1itI. ,7/a//flm's! 's, Hie Qcstor J Of. I .-. ... .... I":: .".. ':.:::...... :,...:..._.I'..' !

:S: F.tIifox lip-Stair ( dollars; also: bill from Mar (!ii<-l.liirid<' of mercurv) as it -- ----- -
,\. \VII'-\I, Mnacr.t7E will hiMl.: Inject this: with a syringe -- -
____ ___ ston & Finch. Handsome reward I .
u J C. VAN PELT.
into the cracks of a wall a1l t3 fin fopra'jfl'sh r furniture with it, behind I
? TO LOAN'II Care F. K. Krawner, 103 S. Palafox and under upholstered seats, etc. VAN PELT BROTHERS

(0') "' horf.,,. waon St. AC-tf. Take mis room at a timo. being careful ,

other kinds; of to have no fire or artitici.il light; about,

:-ty.. r.usines-i priirecy -. ..... .._ -WANTED._.._..--.........._- and shut the room up tlo::ely for eight
gaar: r\tecd. \V.NTED-'ive 'ash Buys at l- ILIrawxier's hour The! process may have to be repeated STAPLE AND fANCY GROCERS.FRESH
.' x !::rt. A. A. Kjsfcer.2m Store on v a month for perhaps three .
tf Department \w.::
mouths if tie imUctioii be grievous
and 103 South Palafox street. It .
JlOJlu.N J I.' .\N-\V. K. Men but if faithfully! clone it i.s sure deathto I --. -- -- LINES: OF DELICACIES RECEIVED DAILY AND DELIVERED

A cent. Mon" to ell vermin. : : j S
y ANY PART OF THE ClTf.
.. due, rate of interest WANTED-Organizers for au established 'L 1 "I 1.Vbtn: (?4 I S -ii1r

,, \uruy. Hike 112 and Fraternal Insurance Company How to lean numMpil Shoe*. S! Have AddfJ: to Stock a Complete Assortment of Anti-Rust Tinware. Positively I"is:I1d

." t'fltreet.: with latest plans and business Enameled sWs I.,. in pood
: can kept I
C- ar: ..eed Not to Rust. This is Senc-thing! that: Housekeepers -
methods. Lai salaries condition by washing them in sweet
\ paid
i LKNI ou improved go INSURANCE have rrt hrd the Opportunity to Purchase Eefcre. S
r' :e. 'I:> I large or small good men. VSnte: for full particu1irs. milk. All du"t and! mud should first !

it i ,w rate of interest.K TilE UNITED be r.motlll'l1 the shoes should be I AND:

r, 1. :. Kioi.k-i attorney AMERICANS thoroughly; washed with the milk and REAL ESTATE VAN PELT BROTHERS
Warder
\ Rldg., Washington, D. C. ,
w. Palafox Fisher ,
ht.
't ,
March Soav4ft then wiped dry with a soft cloth. This No. South Palafox Street.
SoilmJ10.V \ will give them a polish almost equal to
.
-- -- TELEPHONE NO. 231 k'* jt< J< 31 EAST GARDEN ST. :
ia 0'11.\> \ -lit) heed Imoamid will help them to retain their
you WANTED 5 YOUNG MEN from Partial list of dwellings for rent In
Y :I C4ti borrow any smart appearance for a long time.
K-teamhU County at once to ure- various parts of the city:
: w, &
t- w.t rate* anywhere pine for Positions in the Government How to Mew Loh.I!',.. ?:JO.-Corner Haylen and Cervantes ::: .

", unproved city real Service. Apply to ror luncheon or fur a late supperFtCSVOd street. 2 story modern dwelling
luter-Htate Corr*s. In;t. '
P 'I ::0*' -\Vm.. Fi !litr, 2U4JS lii-tf 8.t. Cedar Rapids, la. lobster. is a delicate dbh. It is with 9 rooms. \ \\ Window Screens ,

d&wlmF'or not dillicuit to prepare and if the lobster -- $25.: -North Barcelona street 2 story g
IF --- ---------
,\1 w tn b.rrowm.ney, in- lie n;- is lioiled In advance it can IM' gut dwelling with 12 rooms. AH! HAVE YOU THoniHT OF 4

Ti m-ure your property ----- ready in a few mluutes. l'ir.t extract :4
modern convenience, bath on I THE PHOTKOTION AND f
-'< 'I'B of title buy or FOR P.EXT-In opera home bnild- the meat from a boiled) lobster, cut it I

:. ..trent property cf lug OH ground floor, one store and up into small pieces and put in a upper floors, corner lot, nice .4' COMFORI'TIIEYAFFOItD: ? F

"n, have: reuts colir otlice; 011 i-couu 11 jor, three utUCf'1 pan. There should lie Just enough'tl'w-I yard and shrubbery, stables,

taxes: attei.ded tOe fihu i ter to keep it from burning and to make outhouses, etc. Get Prices Now.
-'; T.O! C. Watsou I
4 t .te amid Insurance NICELY furnished rooms with bath the I"raCouk it slowly: for five minutes $lO.-Corner Baylen and Cevantesdwelling

A, I i '!:::1. Fla. Charges I $1.50 and JlOO week; with good aiid add one tablepooiiful of butter -' with S rooms. ll.G.DeIva&Co.
little and! salt and! then
I evi-ryoue who buys I board $3.00;; week: ; central locationt a pepper J23.::! ; -Xorth Palafox street; a nice one
w' will lend money he.it to lioiliug. "our it into a dish
Ir. *. South Spring street between story modern dwelling with
S ''i ilJaliou-e.. 8d-tf and serve Lot.Decorations. rc1cjhc:1Ia: : 11.
---- West llomana and Garden streets: hard wood floors, all modern
::-- ---- -
"I' H .V It, I -"
conveniences.
Transcient solicited. ml3-lm In Parliament.

r\ of-Keys. Owner- Time was when it was usual for i ?22.uO,-310 West Gregory street; 2 S
1.0' H t-A l..l' UYr\L; \ STA DAHDrUISHEY) \ %
y calling at this --- .. -.--- peers and commoners alike to wear I story dwelling! with I 7 rooms. r
[ToptTtv and p.iyMTtt- 'oaJ.Lsrge ice hO"i suitable Darcelona street 2 r'S
,. orders they posescd during Jl'O.: -210 North ;

----I I"j 'I, f<-r saloon: grocery store or butcherslinp. any debates! in the liou-cs of which they story dwelling with S rooms. frs! Gd! i in Cases M 4 Fell! Quarts! at S3.2Q per ciLlrj

bull Terrior, ; In good order and! will be were members. At the present dayit $13.; -211 West Carden street; 5 room I.'
K Call F. M.t. .
on sold! to make rocra for new one. would be a dreadful breach of etiquette cottage. rpHIS WHISKEY: distilled at the Nelson Co. 1.ltv. .

;.ir.!.'n and Pala-: AS-'vv! S. A. FlU EmL\X. for any memU-r of parliament $13.-313 North Spring street; Groom JL ., Distillery! and i-i fully matured in wood '"

Iwe 'S b-f/r bottling. it is absolutely and not excellfi ',
pure
-- elected] or hereditary: to enter house with gas, water, etc.
--" I i'i Whiskey of the same :
FOR l"ALE-Th6 most deirable quality by any age
__ 114'tr.IIn-- ; I Iu..4NU :: lots in the city on eay term, by the chamber with a ribbon or a star I $12.50.! -417 East Gregory street, 6 J :io matter where produced. The Royal ritandard it
B
\, lIoe:;!.; at Wneeler tIe }>'I-ht'r Keal F.tate Agency, on his breast. There if, however, ain room 2 story dwelling. is eight! years old when bottled, and, considering .

t 'Il' ". K-tiipr, Fin.. Mr?. 2u4ls Soath Palafox.: ISalm le exception to this rule. The $1 .50.-SIG East Gadsden street, 5 S it* pxc-ilent quality, is the cheapen whitkeyia ';

t'rTietree. All the --- --- -- ----- of Winchester as prelate of the market at that pric. As a beverage, and as
cottage.
bishop room
'IflI lit.t'ry reasonaX'irthtru FOR SALE CIIEAP.-Roll top desk, an absolutely pure "tiiculant, there I N noue bttterhirpfd
b' the Order of the Garter, always Cll; EastBelmont street, 5 room
tourists will new. Leslie E. Crooks, Fisher Build Jll.- %.in in cases containing iio marks whatever to '

f'.. idi-al pIice: to spend a ing. 23mlm. wears the badge of the premier cottage. gi indicate content if purchaser upon examining .4'.

____ tl. ":l 5)ii. 12nlm __ three knighthood when he appears in the $11.-700 East Belmont street 5 the whiskey, is not satisfied with the quality be
FOR SALE. at a bargain-The thin at and
our
can return same expense money
.... HI\IO\: '_ I:. I room house, new, and lot 45 feet Louse of)orJ .,_ rooms. will be refunded.
B SPRING FEVERS. East Intondeatia street, 6 should be accompanied either
$12.-419 All orders by
located .
Ol-\\IOXD. th' iilor. hai front, by 146 feet 6 Inches deep, -
re- order bank tP"
draft
.1GlTYEAOLD postoffice money or express
'\ 11 t During the cold winter months the room cottage. currency
... II 2 Vest Government at southeast corner Gregoryand 7' order. We refer to First National .
;''Of'" t"\"lte Espre9 office, "11" street. Enquire on premIses system is full of snap and! vigor out 10.-Corner Baylen and, Cervantes $ Bank money or any merchant in Pecsacola.

: prepared to clean: re- approach of warm weather produces a streets, 4 room cottage.
5- it1 5res.. I mJie' and eentle- 122 B street. 't :
S t ., change: in the body-a reaction sets $10.-1S6 East Chase! street, S room .
or Cmlw
IJ1ndl''llt,1.,
16j3-n S. S. A. FRIEDMAN :
-. ___i_ ---- in. The liver bowels and kidneys cottage. i ,
.
ILALILA (.I.U.-.. :\t I..e IIAn....".... 4 room :
.. street
.. LaRua ,
1 ... ---- -- -- become sluggish: and allow an accumulation $ 9.-910 East ,
: .. :,.\ .,. tElflNE-Mnut.-: II. ALF rAX, umbrella maker, 315 : of waste mater. The cottage.A : SOLE PROPRIETOR. PEXSACOLA, FLA.TELKPHOXE.

Ii '. l I..r in Hair Uond'e. South lug and Palafox street.of umhrella Ra-cover.. and stomach becomes weak and digestion large list of smaller dwellings as S 1' 0 BOX .118. : 178
0 Ariel*. him Oil, repairing and of :
- \\' lorcrnmeut stree; para'oU a !'cialty.. Silk cover, impaired. well as a number of stores I I L.' _ .,

always cii bund. Jan 3 HEPATICURA will tone:: up the fees for rent. *'
.A .RrnM I
a-E HELP WANTED Dresses; made from$1.5Omi() Other liver and bowels; remove the accu- THOS. C. WATSON & CO., .'.----.S La-I handle every class of Liquors old, Jn a

." and Leading. Real Estate, Rental and ,;; bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices that
''i'to samples fora sewing: as reasonable, 2C South mulation cf waste matter you .

*: ;.ri'ss "Standard" Spring= between West Romana and; will feel bright and cheerful. Sold ty Insurance Agents, 1 South Palafox S are way down.
4 b ia4' AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEERJ
.0. AS-lt* Garden streets. ml9-lm all druggists. street. .



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i. THE DAILY NEWll PEN8ACOLA, RLORI A. THURSDAY. APRIL 9, 1BC3



Young DrummersWe ROUCH JON GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE the that adjutant-general it is physically Inadequate impossible, and for i

him to perform the duties of his .
A
office without clerical assistance; .e..
THE ALABAMA TO THE LAWMAKERSContinued therefore, I recommend that his sal

want every industrious boy and girt to ary be increased as in your judgmentmay I

Len>me drummer for "OuoD ITCS" BakingPow seem meet, and that he be
provided with a competent clerk. I
.icr. It can be made very profitable to them. CORRESPONDENT FROM THE ( from First Page) further recommend that an appropriation :
Call at once on all cf your rn rri"d asters,
be made to provide for the .
and frifn U and ask them to have MASSACHUSETTS SAYS HARSH r
cousins aunts <
{I franchises, among other things, he armories necessary and for an en
you the ,,-'t.ItruI" from the "(;OOl> LfCk" campment. I also recommend thata Record
said:
THINGS OF COMPETITION BOAT
cans. Get your mother to explain the matter new military code be adopted so
"In a recent decision of the su
framed as to carry into effect in this
to thoroughly.Richmond
loU CREWS. preme court of Ohio (166 U. S., 1S3)) the provisions of the militia bill

passing on the tax law, expressed itself adopted by the congress of the l jl

irgtnim. in part as follows: '.n the com United States."
Several days ago The News reproduced The School Question.
plex civilization of
-- ----- today a large -
portion
Regarding the schools, the governor -
.......................1I from Mobile:: paper an item of the wealth of a community went into details and said in

concerning races of the battleships' consists in intangible property and part: J Breaker!

boat crews at Trinidad, which contained "1 would therefore, suggest the
i there is nothing in the nature of
SOCIAL ECHOES j_ a statement that a crew from the things or in the limits of the Federal adoption of the plan that prevailsin
Alabama had defeated a similar aggre- constitution which restricts a state some of the other states, and is We are willing to go on record with a statement that no Etc't (;

s11/N1 .......*.......... gation from Massachusetts.:: The from taxing itself relative to the* being of introduced Florida-the In some consolidation of the counties of- sented an elegant line of OXFORDS as we are offering. LOOK every J::-T\
value of such intangible property but before decide on call
you your purchase on us the
; visit
chairman of the clipping was read by "An Apprentice"on the small scnools and the free transportation sale
Kessler
Mrs. T. V. I it matters not in what this and ly
money give us trade. 0.Ir
of living beyond
pupils a
ladies' committee on arrangements for Massachusetts:: and that young intangible property consists, whether J
certain distance, to and from the
has taken it himself de- privileges corporate franchises con
man to
the smoker to be given to the boys upon
this better
school each day. By moans
of it is thatit
tracts obligations, enough
from the battleships next Tuesday ny the assertion in emphatic language.It is property which has value, produces shcools can be maintained and

night requests all ladies who can pos now remains. for the Alabama's men income and passes current in for longer terms. It will require $2.00

sibly interest themselves in the mat. to refute the charge or "take water"one the markets of the world. To Ignore fewer teachers, and the teachers can
the other. The this intangible or to do more satisfactory work if each
or communication property
ter to meet at her home Monday noon,
which the hold that it is not subject to taxation has a particular department to look Oxfords for ladiesare the greatest values in the city. Can c,
and bile also requests that, Tuesday "apprentice" addressedto after and a specific duty to perform.It n'r.'
its
at accepted value is to eliminate in Patent Leather or Vici Kid, with French, Cuban and M
morning they will assemble at the this paper found its way to the from the reach of the tax pay- will enable the country school 'eta

,trmory to complete all arrangements News in today's mail, and is as follows ing power a large portion of the hoards to pay better salaries, and heavy extension soles, or real light turn soles, in

wealth of the country. thus secure better teachers. those
entertainment.Miss
or the't'ning's who are teachers by profession and
Pensacola Fla., April S. What a mockery of substantial justiceit
would be for a corporation whose not teachers teaching for a brief timeto 14
1!. Nellie iwck's many friends I I Sir:-Allow\ me to say that Tues- property is worth to its stockholders, bridge over an occasion. At the

Rill be pleased to Know that she is I day's Daily News has made a mistakein for the purpose of income and sale, same time it will enable the school

rapidly recovering from her long ill. regards to the race boat question. millions of dollars to be adjudged liable hoards to economize by cutting down STYLES
schools and school expenses. I would
for taxation onefourthof
only
The Massachusetts upon
not beaten
B' -iS. was by that amount?' This, I consider, also urge upon counties the adoptionof Then you know that gives you a chance at the $20. It's in tl RED ECU.
the Alabama at 1 Trinidad the finish
E schoool book
tree
nie system.
is sound doctrine and is descriptiveof .......... .
Mr. W. McChesney: president and being so close that although in our favor a condition that exists in Florida Where tried it has been found to --- - -

which should be remedied. Taxationlies work admirably, and, If generally
was a tie.
Terminal As-
the
'neral manag..rIi I
at the very base of governmentand :!(hute it would save thousands of MEYER SHOE CO.
As we have not only a better crew
ciation of St. Lois, his wife and should bear equally upon every dollars: every year to the people of
daughter and their guest Mrs. Silver E than the Alabama, which could not citizen. No one should oe called uponto the state. The purchase of schoolbooks I ,

left yesterday for their homes. They beat a canal boat by fair means, but a ear an unjust or unequal burden is a heavy drain upon the resources -I Feet Furnishers for Lash Only

have been spending several days very {better boat, thereby being Independentand and none should expect to bear less of the people and it is especially
hard that portion of 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
above borrowing her boatYou than his share. It is not a questionof upon
pleasantly in Pensacola. ownership, but a question of value the population who need every dollar
may put this ir. print or not, that should share in the burden of they can make and whose children -

Miss Etta P.azzell and Miss Florence please youself.I government."If are most in need of school fa- -
remain the owners of class of cilities. I doubt not that the lack t
Griffin are spending a few days in New respectfully yours, any prop-
APPRENTICE.. erty, used or enjoyed under franchises of books and the inability to get them '
Orleans. granted by the state, are permitted have kept many bright boys and
by law to charge the peoplefor girls out of school, and deprived
Humors of all kinds are prolific of I them of an education. It is no more
Services in Christ church on Good the use of that property a rate

1 f Friday will be at 11 a. m. and 5 p. m. worse .troubles. They may be entirely I sufficient to produce a reasonable income charity or paternalism to provide
' 1 expelled by a thorough upon its valuation, that valuation these books than it is to provide
The will fcerxicrs.
rector at both
preach -
course of Hood's Sarsaparilla. ought to be the basis upon wall maps charts, desks and seats.It Tetley's Tea is economy, health Tetley's, unspoiled In the
The 3 service will he the business making!
p. m. which the property is taxed. Therefore is simply an econoime
last In the old church. I YOU CAN SEE YOUR EASTER I recommend that a law should proposition." I and pleasure, all in an air tight is a revelation 1'Tta drnh,

be enacted on this subject." The Everglades.After packet.
"jj SUIT IN GRAY, GOODMAN & RA.DER'S furnishing many interesting ing.
Mr. and Mrs. James K. Ridley of WINDOW. Primary Elections. Governor Jennings, in speaking I Il.gurl's I

'jj New Orleans, were entertained yesterday "The democratic state conventionheld of the F'l'rJrladf'ays: : ASK YOUR GROCER.
at Jacksonville,
beginning on
's by Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Lnrton. "Of the practicability draining -
d the 19th day of June, laoo, in its
# 'x Mr. Ridley i iz di-i.:"...:\ passenger platform unanimously adopted, did them I have no q-if-stion. That
I ARRANGINGFOR declare and provide for the nomina such work would ree aim millionsof
Orleans
agent at New of tl e ui.i'e:! ,
i13 tion of all candidates for office, both acres of highly valuable lands, I
Jt Xashul'e railiua I A GAME state and county, and of United have no doubt. .ly plan lor doing the

States senators, by a majority vote, work would be to dig a large deep
4 Ii :Mrs t'aulkins: Is viMtin;, her broth. in white democratic primary elec canal from Okeeehoboe into the Caloosahatchee -

or, Mr. John War,!. Sh<- will:J be here tions, held under the provisions of on the west side, and
BASEBALL ..
ENTHUSIASTS MAY BE 1.101. .
smaller! canals from the glades into If00/iN1 1lI/1111........
law which shall all
1 during the HaiKr holihys. provide possible .
I protection against fraud bribery, the head of the Uattones, Little t .
P GIVEN CHANCE TO SEE THE intimidation and other vicious influences river Arch creek Miami. Shark I \l'J ''..I!'. .

Mr. J. Gorge Turner,\\11-, was married I NEW PLAYERS SUNDAY. ; said primaries to be uniformlyheld river and other outlets on both sides -;;:.@.. ');::: -;;:@);::: .
I to Miss Carrie Rune, of Green throughout the state on the of the peninsular. I am satisfied that I : 'IIH r 1uiat "

ville. Ala., on the 7th. arrived on the I same day; and uid pledge the partyto i these canals and drains, once opened i
I the passage of all laws to that i the glades would become dry. S1
4 train !
p. c. yesterday, accompanied1v t
I Manager John Oliver is today in tel.Ill'gral'h end. the legislature (session of 19u1) It is my opinion that it would
t his brIc.r. it. H. Turner, R. H. be the best sugar land in HIP South,
enacted a law (chapter 5014)) on this ffa Orleans
T'rnr, Jr.. Chrlos Merntt and Henry communication with Drew tonI subject, thus firmly establishing the and also excellent for rice and corn. Gooey I

llyor. Surfer wa liven them at the'I and Mobile teams with "view of se- primary system for nominating can It could! in that latitude, be made I ,
I curing a game of baseball for Sunday didates at the general election. 1'joo, valuable! for raising tropical fruits .
t, rider.ea of R. 11. Turn.-r Hast Hill.
afternoon at Palmetto Beach and the general primary election for -and it is the only region of the ; JAMES McHUGH, Prop. :
llKsy: handnoiie presents were n'ci\ the nomination of state and present southern states in which they .
1' I Several who will in TenFirola's county 1
men play
t.'i:1: bo at hime, 1ast Hill r<>siJCQ 1 I officers! (elective), representatives in can be raised I do not Know of

4t; i i<' it .11. Tjrnor. I| league aggregation will probably congress and Unites States senators, a project that I regard as more calculated I i i

it 1 be here by Sunday and if a in July, iy">:2, by the democratic par to benefit the country than ROASTED COFFEES

JI I l' II. lingloi; went Montgomery game can 1 be arranged for that day a ty has met with universal commen this. H affords the Union the .
I i dation. Much complaint has been best kind of cultivated land that is .. 1
t great crowd will probablybe in at t .\Sl"{ .
a basinesa last night at 11 o'clock.
made<< about the provision of the law wanted to render us, to a great: extent -
'I .
tendance.The I requiring the payment of j poll tax asa independent of the West In- :
+
German Lutheran Church. fact that several baseball play- prerequisite to participating in a dies." i BLENDED TEAS 0'
!
There will be English services at I''crs have about been "fixed"( will be I| party primary <,election and, as it I U Entirely Feasible. A .
I apparent that this tax was not intended "Thus it will appear that the '" a
th Lutheran U.urdi today at iU:; p. gratifying news, but it is learned that I drainage of the Everglades is entirely .
<< << as a party measure. I. therefore I : OUR SPECIALTIES.
I Aiin-vineement for cunimiir.i ,service j :Sanchez; is considering! a proposition i recommend that this feature of feasible and practicable, thus reclaiming :

.-Tomorrow, (;0/1.1 I"ndalor- from I'.rcwton.: an dmay accept. lie the law be repealed. o:,i1illIU1 acres, a larspercentage *-. I I 0 .. .
of which would; be available I. .
!man services; with hilly I mniiuunto"! at was given a flattering offer by the IVn- State Troops. C ) Il : .
and the most \aluanle agricultural ;
!, : 101 i .'0 a. m.: oor.fo-.ion at 1'J a r.i ( Muula management but has not do'cid I The po\cnor pays a splendid tribute land in the southern states !l ttft W H :

,'d upon its acceptance. Ills friends to the state militia and among Again! those who are now undertaking i U / 0 :
-.other things he said:
The News Want Column. to reclaim, in a small way. the ta Q .
Try hope he will remain III I'ensacola.! I "I consider the of
I present salary Q F .
I most elevated tracts and utilize 2R:
J = 0w
I -- ----- them by cnlthatingegetables thai .

grow and mature during the dryest I. .
season of the year, and of short l'. C a COH ;

crop seasons, hazard their entire I :I: .
Come >ear's work and expenses by undertaking Wj '; D: .

I to plant: and grow crops in 'I IZ i G St : -4 ;

I the most selected! spots under pros'ent W O .
UpWhere I conditions, as the experience of m ,
the past few weeks bears witness. It it .... Tl :

! is reported that from TO to I"') percent i t LL. 0 -< /:
of the entire crop planted within 0
this region has been destroyed with- I : Op i

in the past month by high water, to 3
WhereYou which is a loss to the citizenship of I i Gt '

that portion of our state, and falling Z- m is
upon those who are not able to bear -t .
.
the loss of their all, amounting to / H .
more than a half million of dollarsin J ,
\alue. This of itself would justifythe -I o 1
i <:
:z
f expenditure of an amount necessary .
to complete the drainage and 1

reclamation of the Everglades to i HIGH GRADE CROCERIES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL i
i protect the small acreage already under ,
Belong.Perhaps cultivation. This disaster only I
emphasizes the great importance of : JS Feed Stuffs of All Kinds. $.." i

undertaking energetically and determinedly !
to reclaim this vast and PHONE 105. I

: you know why you fail in the plans for money, fame and position rich territory that; the and, congress therefore of I the recommend -I' L1 ........ ..................................... .

4 Some don't. United States be memoralized for -
an appropriation of a million dollarsto

I Just why the brain does not produce practical money making results is a this end." I JAMES HUGHES

puzzle to many men. THUNDERSTORMSIN ,

Strong, healthy, natural brains cannot be made from the food most men eat SOUTH TODAY

and good brains can't work sharp when slugged to weakness by coffee. Observer Cunnemeyer says this I


drinking.Unsuccessful brains come from improperly selected food and from coffee and morning highest south that this Atlantic the morning barometric states over, and east pressureis lowest Gulf ;It t I ml [ M J m f WORKSI,



Coffee affects the stomach and nerves, thence the brain and prevents over the middle Plateau. Rain has fal

digestion i of even good food.A proper len during the past 24 hours in At BOILERS AND MACHINERY BOUGHT AND SOLD.

lantic coast states, the Ohio valley,
distinct improvement in mental power will follow in a week or ten days and the lower Lake region; and at date Sol to 807 South Palafox St.

after coffee is left off and Postum taken on. of report it was raining with thunder
.
PHONE 123 and 292 POSTOFFICE BOX
The results are multiplied when the brain building food Grape-Nuts is used storm in it extreme is generally western fair.Texas.Changesin Elsewhere :::

twice a day. temperature have been unimpor

There are well established and very clearly understood reasons for these tant; but it is slightly cooler in south : CBEENHUT & CO. *

middle Atlantic states and
and the
results from the in food and ,
sure change drink. You can make Money, Position, :Northwest and slightly warmer in the "

Fame if you have the kind of Brain that works thai way.Postum plateau Southwest, and central Val .WHOLESALE GROCERS,


well boiled produces a delicious beverage, satisfying and nourishing.Quit leys.The local forecast is for generallyfair

drugging and poor food and Come Up Where You Belong. weather tonight and Friday. Nos. 102, 104,106 East Government SL PENSACOLA, TLA.'r .






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