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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1903
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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':.,.: ,:\ERAL ROBERTSON J JFE. with bayonets bayonet scabbards,' BATTLESHIP IOWA JEALOUS WOMAN FOLLOWS HER defense were the absence of two witnesses .,: H--!;1f'.' f'- to'.. '

gun slings, belts and such other ac-I t' I' '
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.' E3NING INSPECT-' regular army of the United States, require -i HIM WHILE HE SLEEPS AND stated that one of the witnesses. : { ;irllr l. t .. '

-I for arming and equiprhg the;! I Captain: A. J. White, is to : + i' ''
The Threo Unfortunates Were Interred With expected 'I 11'. : f.
organizations: based upon the n'ltnbfrs'! BEGINS FIRING AT HIM. testify that Mr. Gonzalez went to the .1. i It': ; i itJ .

leported in return herein required Military Honors at the Navy Yard state house before the tragedy and 'I T" .: "
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from inspectors the quantity on hand inquired for Tillman stating that ho tltj, t t. ;,

1 ,.iced by AilV. (serviceable and unserviceable: ), and This earning Kansas City, April 9.-Mrs. Amanda had once made Tillman "show the I I' f :.t ,;

\ Robertsonirs the quantities to be supplied to complete ; Williams, who came here recently from white feather and would do it again." 'I'-," ;;t ,t,1\ y ,p
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will soon : equipment. I Texas, idiot and fatally wounded, Car The defense also claimed that a Miss ;, : t. j

,11 the Geoisia I I Whether the organizations; are I roll Mix, of Fayetteville Ark, while Roper a trained nurse who claims J,' t '
BEAUTIFUL FLORAL DESIGNS SENT BY CITIZENS I'I't
111cunllitbll sufficiently armed uniformed, and, the latter was asleep in his room totoy. that she had heard Gonzalez bitterly rJ it
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i .m-'nI to the equipped for active service in the < : At the police station later she denounce Tilhnan could not be present : '.
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::im,'tit what isii'tlitary field. ; : : : refused to talk.: to give her testimony today. t-. :n.;

: : supplies I 4. Whether the organizations during \ Mrs.ViSliams anti Mix were formerly It is claimed by the defense in asking .. !: ;1 'I
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I I ; the year ending June :3'), 1SM: >:3;, have I sweethearts. The woman was deserted for a continuance of the case that S -i I-
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-nni'-nt will:! also participated in practice marches, or by her husband some time ago they could not go to trial in justice : f.' l I tt '

m cod'ry state iu I have gone into camps of instruction at 1 In a Texas town and, until recently had to their client without: these wit(1('It'i i ,, :

1 >rma; : men at present \least five consecutive days and have been in FayeUville. Mix, it appears( nesses, and especially as they under ,' ,,:. ;

': condition: ac.'Ir assembled! for drill and! instruction at came to Kansas City a few days ago stood that Miss Roper would! testify -t .'

General; Obear, company, battalion or regimental armories ; \ Yc41 -' to escape the woman, who had followed to additional threats that were not ,,,-1. #.. <

a ip:>ndid, showing; at or rendezvous, or for target him, apparently intent on takinghis known to the defense at the time ,( }'JI' "',,' s

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which are to he held.a .I practice not less than twentyfourtimes r :. life. when the original affidavit was filed ,'L't j ,

cipyof the order and shall have been inspected As Mix lay asleep Mrs. Williams entered upon the former application for bail. t," a' i
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General i Robertson re-II at some time during the year under the his room at ;3:30;:: o'clock, unknown Affidavits! were presented to the effect \., I ,
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I authority nf the stale or territory by I to any other occupants of the that Captain White was ill and Miss ,! .

Or.. rNo.. 4D. an officer of the militia thereof, or by house and ,began firing at him. Roper was in New York city. ;f J I :., > >

I'liKS: OP Till: .\IntITt \ an officer!\ of the regular army under 'j. f / tMW'1'f'ly'' : y'trJd 7 Shot Him Four Times. The prosecution through: Solicitor i i r \ I t .
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G;<'n, nil's OiTice, authority of the: secretary of war. M.lf y y c4 ;, r ? t The first f shot struck him on the, Thurmond and 'olonel Andrew Craw. 13 i II '

\\ .t'n.: ..n April 1. 19 IIIt: I'.lank forms and such other detail-I none a second one hit him in the IfordI I argued that the defense hal not ,,.(, i : t. Jt '. ; '

led instruction as may be necessary t cheek, a third in the groin and a fourth complied with the ruling of the court -', it+ I.
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," I ;graced his left arm. The fifth bullet,, and that there was not sufficient P'' ,: I! t
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departinto i I j jj the last in the revolver, wild. showing which tr t {
ms of the art cnti- I went on to ask for a contin ; 'f. t' }t J !I.S I.

,mote the oISckT.cy j commanders.Kfimrts Mrs.I \\' liam:; submitted to arrest t: uance and, that the case should go. it!"' 'k .; "-

of inspections will be sent quietly.' to trial. It was contended further '. 1 l ,; ,
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i! Or'Itr0.. 7, to the department commanders, who Mix, who was taken to the hospital I I that the defense should have fully : I to: F .t III

will forward all reports of the militiaof IOWA. in a dying; condition said that lie hai]II developed what the absent witnesses -t' ': u.. '
f:> '. January :24! BATTLESHIP would have testified to. After a full ; It
each state and territory soon as come to Kansas City a few days ageto i
war uirects thatMS discussion, Judge KIrgh rendered! his :
foil Inspectors therein have completedand The horror which occurred yesterdayon strel! performance ;given; by the men get away from tl.e woman and said .. N
of the variinments !- I I i j i decision continuing the case until : ,
shall submitted such reports. the battleship lava was the oneH'bject ,i I of the ship on Friday March 27, at that he did not know she was in the(' next July.Colonel "j'J' '1, J r

By cummand of Lieutenant General discussed in this last .i the house. He the I James H. Tillamn into ,
of : city opera! was young city. :Mrs.Viliams: is ;30;, years old and came r
experiencedi
Miles! : evening and copies of the News con I!,[i man whose clear! tenor voice was heard Mix is 2i 9. I i tIle court qiiue early. He was accompanied .J"j 1": (t
: to the court room by Senator -e
'inmilitia H. C. CORBIX, taining the hastily written story were I I to great advantage in the song "Maud The shooting occurred in the next i H. R. Tillman who sat at his I' : '

Adjutant General, bought and read! eagerly. The fact Lee," and which he was compelled to '. 'I' i'
mg within thecJmman.13. up i room to that occupied l Ioy Dud Ta'lor,1 j side) during the hearing this morning. ,. ,
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Major General U. S. Army. of the explosion and a short accountof :.repeat. He was especially') popular on from the window of which the latter To all appearances Ti.lman looks as '-i ,
I : well)) after his confinement in .' jt
General Robertson i is now preparingan details were made known more fully -I I the ship. While rehearsing for the ; two years ago shot and killed his as ever t
to be desig-! the county jail since January. ]He was 1
"' li department order to be sent to the Georgia! in a Daily Xews bulletin pasted !: minstrel! performance he met the lisle : sweetheart Ruth Xollard, with a rifle. I well dressed and in good spirits and / I 1. ; '

iiibtT of cities I troops telling them to get ready for I shortly I before the paper left the press. i son of Captain M. B. Frank of the 1 Later Mrs Williams consented toi!:'talked! freely with his counsel during I : ;

inspection.. People wanted the story and, as mtny''I night jtolice force and formed quite talk. She said she had Mi Fayette- the progress of the hearing.PRESIDENT ,
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fact as could be ascertained after the : an attachment for the youngster. Kiele rifle: on :Monday last to follow Mix, who I 1 ; ;
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arrived read within a showed his regard for the boy by mak- litl '
( tion as ex- ship had were : had passed her the day previous.' She i TO 1,1 :

.' with due CRIBBING short time after the ship bad dropped ing him a suit of clothes which had. met him here two days ago she asserted .

anchors I been comp.eted; at the time of his sudden but he had evaded her. '

I hness and stated yesterday the fatal: shot d<:IHh. Woman Was Jealous. .4 .k. r: !:
t u expene.;. BLOWN/ OUT TAKE A REST :
'<>d without : was the thirteeutii from the forward I Eleven Men in Turret. :Mrs. Williams admitted frankly that ,

I I port 12: ,inch gun Fourteen hundred Eleven! men were in the turret when the shooting was prompted, by jeal j! ..:,

I of this ( ) yards away the target was dimly us- the horror took place. The gunner in ousy. She said she had been desertedby it .. I "I

. lr-I New Orleans Anril <.,-\\1,11!, the 1 ihle! The ship was making a good rec charge stated that when the shot was her husband in Texas a year ago, Cinnabar Mont April 9 -President f) t i .} '

I. .I, .In blowing! out of fi-rty fn>! or cribbing! I ort'L'n surpassing that of the Indiana I fired ihe big rifle made its usual recoil and, that the acquaintance with Mix, RIHJ.'-\'eft! is in the fastness of: ,55'j': 'I .' 'f t.
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I. I s erri tories at the Hymelia envassie.terday.: a few days previous. As stated I but did not go back into position whom she Lad known for years: was Yellowstone Park and for the next .t....'I'' p4 II '4". '

I had the breech he said! and !i sixteen days he experts! to enjoycor.iplete y! '!I Ii}''
. the situation there has again; become before the twelve shots been fired lie jumped to renewed. Mix was a farmer. u
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I serious and fears are expressed that and the thirteenth was the! death deal- thought something: had, happened on :Mrs. Williams later, in a statementto rest and cessation from i r: ,, "
> to date '! public duties. I He will be in almost '1. 'j
0r I ,i rtions; J unless the damage; can be immediately jag one. account of the gun making an unusual the prosecutor, admitted that Fhe j-q ;

repaired: : other portions of tho3i The Iowa was anchored directly off noise. As the breech was reached the had purchased the revolver with which daily communication with Secretary ,; l1i1Y f. .
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1s .eraries'essary I| ;! m' feet of work will be endangeredby Railroad: wharf and is the nearest ;- I nun were startled by the voice of an she shot Mix a month ago, and that : IxM-b at Cinnabar, but nothing exceptof ,( ,. '
1r i ; 1 the most importance will bo referred ,
the strain: placed upon it. <;el to the tl"clShe dropped anchor officer over their heads; asking "Are she had planned the shooting deliber 1 I

I r ; desired i Although material was hurried to it that point in order to be conveniently you all right." It was then made ately.: !She vvs cam! when arrested, to him. tl tip" 1 I: ia
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1r be the scene as soon as the piling gateway near the flagship and to better trans known to them that death and injurieshad but later in her cell became hysterical In company with John Burroughs ; \ .

1. 1 the inspec-i I and work hasteinil: on the horseshoe mit stories of the aft air. resulted. The men were surprised and. expressed extreme sorrow for herdeed. the naturalist, who accompanied him : i t""t'w i .

the rendez-i started near where the cribbing It is stated authoritatively that two I beyond measure as they were not \. from Washington, Mr. Roosevelt will ;j : : :
. closely! study the nature of the'a. { _1.
I 'her details yielded, little headway! was made of the injured men are not resting injured ;in the least. The woman says her husband is 'f

p work.. and the news late in the day was easily this morning. One of the men The gun was then deserted a charge James Wiliams, of Gainesville\ Tex. nuns animal that inhabit the park. '1 1J: ; ;r
.I As the fired from the after and the The president has looked forward to (I.). !
far from encouraging. suffered a serious fracture of arm gun ship At noon Mix was still alive.

I II Ip ifter the in- 'I The disaster occured at a point and his side was otherwise injured. J made ready to come up to the city. this outing for some time and he I.. :t r? s t 2

Ip ".i by the bringi' sev- where a large yesterday afternoon I He is badly hurt. I Massachusetts Sends Help. SUBMARINE TORPEDO I was in a particular happy frame of } "" -f
:"rs0 BOAT A SUCCESSSan mind when he led the cavalcade into t 1
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expediin l- i collided with the cribbing, the damage: The others are not so seriously hurt. Two miles away going through the fcfrf lfl :
II as Holes. same target dril s, the battleship the park. Every trail leading to the
was
serious than Two
arranging lime proving more wasfeared Jagged Francisco, Apr.. 9.-The Holland r 3
In the :Massachusetts which the horrible preserve is closely guarded, and no -
at first. The water is going Two jagged holes were made upon submarine torpedo boat Grampushas 4
'- for the in one will be allowed to disturb thepresident's j t'i ; }'
accident of few weeks occurred.
i taken to ac- through; the pap at a terrific rate Iowa's gun deck. From a position on a ago demonstrated her efficiency! as t k k ,.

and there is alarm lest other sections the turret a good view is obtainable.One The Iowa set her signals to read thata a vessel of war by discharging a torpedo solitude. His quarters
Kual
! : avoca- the destructive from the Massachusetts will be at the home of Major Pitcher ;- Jj
give while efforts are being hole is directly under surgeon was
': the militia way at a range of 3.:> : and the other one is needed and that vessel reading comprehended sunerintendent of the park. ,, ,
", Concentrafulions made to mend this break. gun I striking a stationary target squarelyin 1
. The complaint now is that thereis several feet to the left. The entire I what was needed and ran the center. The firing of the torpedo A number of camps have been es. K rr
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tablished in different localities and ,
i ,'. need not no want of material but that fresh first twelve feet of the gun was taken quickly over to the Iowa. Surgeon was a most important test of
these will be occupied by the president ,, 4-
the Iowa and rendered
It is urgently off and fragrants were whirled throughthe : Steele went to :
"M impose) exT labor is lacking. the value of the new fighting; machine 'I'
from time to time.
. to the state. 1 nt''de,1.early everybody on the air, whistling alarmingly. It is a valuable assistance to Surgeon Kindle- and the board of naval: officers t '
The special train bearing the president j (
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1I result of the that the casualties were not berger. It is said that as soon as the 1
works is worn out as a wonder that witnessed the trial was highly r 6 1' .
' .. long strain and other men are wanted more than double what was reported. men on the Massachusetts were aware pleased with the result. 1 "
.. various or- the entrance to the park, at
of what had happened they were greatly 4
for the emergency. Photographs of the damage were i4 a
returns there TILLMAN MURDER TRIAL. 12:30: () o'clock yesterday afternoon, and dl r;' r 4' i
I The river when the government made this morning and were, sold very affected and remembered their own fcavalry
"1of officers was met by a detachment of the Third '
reading: was taken this morning was rapidly. One photograph shows a experience.
Defense Gets Continuance to '
-<'U: as shown The a and a number of cowboys.
2.t2, a fall of a tenth from the day hundred or more people standing near I Sympathy in City. The June Term.
rifying: absen-: Major Pitcher also was on hand to f,
before. In the evening the guage the scene looking at the holes. Sympathy in the city upon learningof Columbia S. C", April :Following
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;li welcome the president. Luncheonwas
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I marked 20.1, an additional decline. Iowa Received Visitors. the acident was noted on all sides the indictment by the grand jury of
'L'r! all served in the president's ,
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1 .' The weather bureau continues to predicate The Iowa received visitors this and all day fags have been flying at James H. Tillman, former lieutenant ; t R
"' regularly en- after which the president, dressed i'
its predictions of high water morning before 11 o'clock. This was half mast. Even the foreign vesselsin governor of South Carolina for the >
riding breeches and coat, with a high jJt
I. here on the success or failure of the an unexpected privilege allowed by the bay thus display sympathy and murder of X. G. Gonzalez, editor of
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I all United colored slouch hat on, mounted r' ,
', Hvmelia undertaking, though there Capt. Perry, and among the unmber this mark of respect is noted with agreat The State, in this city last Januaryand -
-5 hand brief
on horse and made a address to t ,f I j4
,i'.l I equipments, was a decline at Vicksburg today were many ladies and children, men deal of attention. By directionof the fixing of today as the arraignment people congregated near his tr :_ Y -

i ammunition and no rises are reported from other and boys. The officers and men on the Mayor Jones the large flag at the of the prisoner the counsel for He then bade the members of
04. city hall was suspended half way up this asked for a
moining
defense
points south. battleship were kept very busy replying party good-by and led the way & #

:an showing! all to the hundreds of questionsput this morning. continuance of the case until the June the park. Mr. Burroughs folk 1 1in y

,". service maga- That you pay for extracts I is 1m to them. Interest shown was very Causes of Death. term of court. an army wagon. The train ret Iii t' jt ts

portant, but what you get for your great and as some of the experienceswere The death certificates as renderedby Some such move had been antici- to Cinnabar, where Secretary j ;
'i.ots. bayonet
and the remainder of the 0.
money I is ten times more important.nurnrtt't Surgeon Kindleberger this morning pated, as yesterday's developements part
related there were many women i
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belts and such live la it while the president Ia;
Vanilla cots more because show that Walter Francis Keile was
:cements and worth who showed their feelings by weeping. in ordering a preliminary hearing to- On April 2t the president v'P,;, '. 1

S a issued since more.Cheese Kiele Was Popular. 29 years of age, was born at St. Louis, day had been unexpected, it having on his trip to St. Louis and r' .,f '. : '-

Cheese Cheese.-Idam. The unfortunate young man named 1 Mo., and death was due to shock and been thought that the case would be: cific coast. The weather is i P't '
hemorrhage. He died an hour and .( reports from the park are t '
.'':c the number. Swiss, Xeuf Chatel Sap Sago Cream Kiele who was killed was popular in called next Monday as previously 'I| feet that there is little seen '

LA. -', !lard service',lor Limburger at Jacoby's. South Pala the city, and may be remembered by nounced. The grounds upon which,j vicinity of the president' 1

and carbines),,, fox street. the prominent part he took in the min (Continued on Eighth Page.) the continuance was requested by the! quarters. f



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THE DAILY NEWli PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 10 1 O3.

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PLANS FOR BIG NAVAL SURPRISE Sncee..fml >che.. That W.. Worked Golden R.U. For the Relief and
Cure of Indication.
Washington April 9.-Admiral br Two Hungry Men.
cleverest I ever .All who suffer from poor digestion
"One of the 'grafts'
: A GREAT EVENTNewport Melville, engineer-in-chief of the navy, saw was worked the other day in a should wear a ten inch width of flan

has a surprise in store for sailors quick lunch restaurant on Park row," nel bandage next the skin, pinned fair

which perhaps will be as revolutionary I said the Observer "I noticed two men ly tight round the body over the stom

in its effect on naval construction,. talking earnestly just below the placeas ach. No liver or digestive pills or pepsin -

News, Va., April 9.-When as was his famous triple screw. For I was going in to get my lunch. One preparations help the stomach a

the new armored cruiser West Virginia more than a year past his bureau has of them followed me in and took a seat twentieth part as much as this flannel

is launcned at the shipyard at been making quiet enquiries and preparing just below me at the table. A few seconds prescription. A poor circulation In the for infants and Children.

noon. April 18, it is expected that plans for a turbine propelled later the other entered and took a stomach, causing that chilly, "miser- Castoria ii a harmless substitute for Castor OS, Pare
seat just opposite his friend, whom be able" feeling, is at the root of half the
will the big ship and Syrups. It is l IM
fully 30,000 people see warship. The best experts have been gone, Props Soothing !>l1nt. It
did not to know. The first man that mortals are heir to.
appear Indigestion contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other >
plunge down the ways into the watersof consulted and the plans have advancedto arcoti0substance.
ordered a very extensive dinner, commencing That is why hot water drinking gives It destroys Worms and allays I'erl.htl <.
the historic James river. Newport I a point where it is thought satisfactory with soup and ending with reliet. It helps the circulation. A. flannel It cared Piarrhu-a a-id Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth.

News is preparing to entertain 15,000 results are assured. Details charlotte ruse and coffee. lie got the bandage worn day and night all lug Troubles and cures Constipation ft regulates the

visitors on that day, which will witness I from tne novel arrangement of this very best that the place could afford the year round cures the faulty blood Stomach and Bowels, ghiii? healthy and natural sleep.

in addition to the launching, an ship are withhheld for the present and his check for 1.3 vas placed in : circulation of the stomach; consequently The Children's \llacca-The Mother's Friend.

imposing military and naval pageant I but it is expected that they soon will front of him. The other man took his it cures dyspepsia.Five The Kind You Have Always Bough

and the Closing features of a carnival : be made public. time about ordering, taking corned hours' Interval between meals,
beef and beans-10 cents' worth. Ills avoiding fried foods, made dishes and Bears the Signature of
that will April 13 and continue
open check was placed in the center of the mixtures and observing three or four
Why He Didn't Like It.
week.
through the table, between the two men -Loiitcn meals" In every week are
"Did you bear Gruber's definition ofa
West Virginia alone Is expected to I 'Number one ate hastily and finished golden rules fer good digestion.A .
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contingent fee? Here it : you
send from 5,000 to 8,000 people. The lose the case, then I get nothing, and It first. He got up, put on his hat and good dinner at night is necessary

legislature of the state voted to at- I you win the case then you get nothing.' then calmly picked up the ten cent for those whose pleasure or work keeps

tena in a body. me West Virginia I I What's the matter? Don't you like It?" check that belonged to his friend.' them up very late. But for ordinaryfolk #
Without turning a haIr he went to the who dine at 7 and go to bed about
will send a
colony in Washington "No. It's very offensive.
desk paid 10 cents and walked out. A 10.30 only a light wholesome r'pa.tshould In Use For Over 30 Years.
Miss Katherine V. "Ah, I see. You are a lawyer.
large delegation. "No I'm clients-Cleveland Plain few minutes later number two, who bo taken at the cad of the day, TU! Cf.Tlu. eo....r, Tt KU.l>.t lT. r ...TQKK err
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of Governor
White, daughter Dealer. had been reading, the paper, preparedto when the muscles and nerves are more
White, will christea the ship. leave and took up the remaining or less exhausted.A -

The military and natal parade in For the Chl1dr ..'. Sake. check. lie appeared greatly! surprisedand "tiriMl stomach is a weak stomneh"

the afternoon promises to be one of "Here's my rent for this month" said called the waiter, asking for an is a golden rule to remember Yet how :, W. B. WRIGHT>> cOmPANY

the moat imposing pageants ever seen the woman with the large family of explanation. There was nothing;: for the I often one hears people! say: "I've been ,
".\nll the will knight of the napkin to do but give the about nil and tired to 4 i:1
in the state. Following the launchingthe Fmall children. by way rushing, day am MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IS
shipyard will give an elaborate I you paler the house again; this spring?" mallIll.\\.ten.putclJc.k.aslt was I death. I must have a big meal to
trouble?" asked the rental very evident that he had not eaten make for You the '
"What's the up it. may put big = LUMBER
I banquet in honor of the sponsor. agent. "Haven't the children got I 11.35 worth of food. I suppose that the I I wl'allnto the stomach, but you cannot LATHS

The least Virginia is a sister of the any more room to draw pictures?"- I two nut out.-i ide and at the next place! make the stomach digest 1L ,

Jlarjland, also building here, and of Indianapolis :Sun.PITH yl"itl'll uuuber two jrot the "square" A belief lives strong In the hearts and SAWED CYPRESS SHINGIES..Klii.DrfI! ,l
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the Pennsylvania, Caluornia, Coloradoand meal.Nov.- York Mail and Expn-v miud> of the majority nf mankind including ____
South Dakota, building elsewhere.The : AND POINT. persons of weak d.s>' tions, -. -- PEN ACOl.A. FLACOALAND
\\'. Meet the Prrxiilrnt ia.!l>.
that brisk! walk taken beforea
West Virginia will .be the first togo a quick -
which You are only doing half as well as One striking characteristic of Washington meal gets up an appetite and helps
overboard. These six ships,
you can. life Is tin ease with which nil the ctomac'i! to digest the food. Now,
will hare a speed of at least 22 knots, WOOD
with the
le hold:
Int'nww president -
Look yourself over. Is your safety'al'c : can this I is exactly what is dot-sift do. Exercise -
will be the most formidable and best- \ in good working order? the members of the cabinet and spreads the blood throrgliout
in the holders of otfi '... How they I WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA RGER
equipped armored cruisers A too zealous desire to bear both the get the Ixxly. For the proper digestion of 1 TRADE

world. With almost the fighting; powerof sides of the story is really :a weakness through their current work with all food the blood is luvdnl In tl.o stom- THIS WINTER THAN EVEK EFUIE

I. a battleship, they will have the for gossip.! these interruptions !is a mystery, but udi. IVvv realize this important fact.

speed of the fastest scout ships and Of course It Is your duty to love those they d'l. It is undoubtedly better that After a Ion?. rxliausting walk, bicycle SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW
.
should be discussed de vive
I destroyers. Naval experts around you all the better for their a subject spin or any severe physical or
commerce
will be the most serviceable faults, but do you? rolxnith: the chief than that It should! mental strain take a pood half hour'srest Thompson Olsen tS CI
,
they
) predict filter through CHIT (Lanmls, to arrive In a CMinfortalik' armchair or lying ].,
A man little! valise
carrying a or a
ships in the navy in case of us a more or Us garbled version atheadquarters. ,
sofa IK fore substantial
woman carrying big i it on a you eat a
I ; a on always a Manresa
Street
war The result lI'ars:0011 Telephone 147.
nif.il.liovr .
funny sight on the street ._ .
t -
-- -
The dimensions of the West Virginia fruit, for things are often settled offhand -- --z

follow: Length on load waterline Acquire self control or one of these which take weeks and mouths! in to ( Irnu4O Sra1T11111101{. ESTABLISHED 1802.
days you will lie one of those idiots another! C'Ollutry.I-o, it is human nature .,..
' Straw s'lIulllIe\'l'r In washed
matting ; -
5u:: ft.; breadth, extreme, C3:) ft who yell "Fire:" in a crowded house- -
to take more interest in a personality with soap ,V Large course cloth
C in.; trial displacement, IS.CbO tons; Atchison Globe McKENZIE OERTING & CO
than in a mere name.-IIon. Maud should! be dripcd in salt and then rub- ,

mean nrafi on trial displacement, I l'Junt'fote in Nineteenth Century. bttl the way of the traw. The mat S -DIAI.J:.. IB- -0
about 24 ft. 1 in.; extreme draft at should then l>e thoroughly: dried uiul if

" .1 full luao, 2o ft 1 in. A FRIENDLY REMINDER. ConrBKe In elephant tnMt'il iu this fashion will net turn and General
Ship Chandlery Hardware
_ 'f.l The ship will be propelled by twin- Hereafter for all reading notices of An elephant with a good mahout jollovv. I'apior laachu articles, too, ,
I gives perhaps the best Instance of disciplined must imt b > treated to
> They
4-cjlmder triple expansion engines soap.
t ; screw, lairs, festivals, plays, balls, eoa AND cos a. PALAFOX ST1IEl'T.REVERE .
{J 1! of 2J'f:: >0 i. h. p., running about suppers courage-courage, that K should! I IK lightly: I'IHJI1I'tl with mid -
dramas, elocutionary or any other which persists in the face of knowledge water, then iirtslgiHl with fine Hour nodtinaiiy AGENOY-
:rj i t 120: revolutions a minute. There will kind of entertainments given by and disinclination-to he seen in the ; i ol.sliiil with a soft llanni'l.' COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROE LIXO'S OJ.b!i CO.N 1!

& be 20 boilers in eight watertight com churches, societies, lodges or Indi- animal world. They will submit day GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RD8HEL A SON'9 PIMM,

i' partments. The total roal.bunker capacity viduals where an admission is charged after day to have painful wounds 1:01'n Trent n Sprnla. Sum Ctrdtgi Mils, Bill, Kmtlcil lastrtinists, Itirti, Jichrt, C001fPASS \ :

Ir I will l>e about :2,')""J tons. or merchandise or other thingsare dri'ssfd in obedience! to their keeper You v\iil lute that the! pun i? great i ':S. 1/OG. K1O.
4k The armament will consist of four and uici't danger in obcdieiue to order and that there I.- swelling antI, later
sold there will be a charge of 5 C. McKenzie Gertie
Collecting for Bar Pilots' Benevolent A.O
1 Sin. guns, 14 Cm. guns and a formidable though their intelligence is pultiicnt Jiscolontioit. rortunatcly I the tnutrn elation. ? Agent :
cents a line for first insertion and 2'/z
soouinlary battery, consisting of C to uniUrst.uid the ptnl awl far -ia is SUM,:St.. .Mvvays. Miiipurt a : .
} cents a line for insertions. 1
{1 subsequent too great for man to trick them into a S'I'I.in. Tlif |part mi -t be r.Is'>d. never
18 :Sin. bret-chloading rilles,. 12 3-
1 Obituaries and .resolutions of respect belief that it is nonexistent. No animal alkivvctl to hall,:. Perfect rest is SM-M- THE GARDEN SECTIONo
pounders, two machine and FixI"
11 1 I guns will come under this same rul will face danger more readily nt ti..l. On a sprained ankle you should

t automatic guns of smaller calibre.In ing also. man's biddin .London Spectator.' never walk a st.p. Cold water poured

\ the lower tops there will be two on relieve the pain, or a lotion com

I" automatic pounders and in the upper I A Hlr,...lnR In DUjtuIte.Towne posfd of wiual parts of methylated Pensacola Florida

military tops a single-shot 1- I E. W. PEAKE -I.ook at that poor blind beggar spirit: and water applhtl to tIle place! ,

llOun er.r playing the accordion. on a fold"d hanilkt-nliH-f. 1'.) olovatii.g ,
I The armored protection will consist Jro'lll'Yes, and lies deaf too.Towi.e the part the MOIK drained aw ay Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
,.f I of water line lull 7 ft. G in. in I N"o. SO Pouth Palafox: street keeps! ,
t -Gracious! Isn't thnt awful: and the !Intolerable throbbing pain less
vidth. Abreast the engines and boilers call hells wires. all
and kinds if
; <
Jrown-Oh. I don't know. Just think i-iietl. A well padilitl splint will provet Beautiful Lots for Sale.
'; I it will be Sin. thick. Above the electric supplies. Have him do ,
{ how much I'e'd have to suffer if he uiovftiifiit A bad .
I any "1'r:111I.Ill
: ; : wrterlmo belt to tIC.main deck the your w ork. Call phone 20.1.
'i'r't thickness will he 5 iiuhfs I wasn't! deaf; he'd have to listen to his ,{ all other revere injuru's, Clllses 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord'

. The \\"est Virginia will |he fitted as music.-1'hil.tdelpbia Press.6uperauoa. !:lllt'k.
. PARKER'SHAIR _. ing to location and surroundings.
I --- ---- -
t.', 'J l a flagship and her crew will number BALSAM
; i>22. Electricity will bo extenMvely C1__ and botJIJr.h.. hair. .. lltin- to Protect Pe
used fur the transmission nf power '' },. Ymitxuw N...... Fail. laxuraol to Hes'ore growth Gray The Man-Let me sell you this new '1'" protect the walls of the Inilroomsfruiii Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

,tt'il necessary for the many auxiliaries Hair to it*, Mouthful..Color., nnd very intcrosting work. ki CUIT* tr.p d **.***** haV f"'C ,
.
}I j All wood will be fireprooled. /w &- ...J 11 u J tniron The Other all-I don't need to. My an \cilli-i.t: plan to IA; two small pads I

:t barber iKiti,ht one last w.'CI.-Kausas of di.'iiKiis bather, one on each cud The grandest opportunity for investment ever I
t City Independent rod at tin head cif tlul Intl. so that if
'ri fi:SI L3x tYe romo r uhii 1e /77/ /l. the I bed U pushed l>:uk fon ,l>lj nsiiinst offered in Pensacola. I
..... .
everybex.
1 I .r --- ,
1 troubles the wa'l! in tit w::y dear to the heart
.. ) For liver and constipation
C.r"\1r /t.
I CL.UCo! !: OneD' ', 25cI of the aviriw maidservant there is no Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
There's nothing better in creation
' "- ('bane\ : of an ugly: rulilil t'\ark, as the

\'l I lI 't Than Little Carly Risers, the famous pad J.I'I'j'. oil the preisure A. Clubbs

i.' r-uucncuucnUUCUCUUUCUUUUUUUCCCUC.Y little pills.! SHORT STORIES. ..
,
A
v Little Early Risers are different -- Corner Garden and Brit Streets.i
: Of the 12r>rtocvi.i iiihnlutauts of Mesieo .
from all other pills.. They do not lIJIUI.I"1- of pure Indian type. i

I THIS SPACE v weaken the s'stE'mJut act as a tonicto Tile reward of $l.HtU)0( offered several -i .
BRENT, WM. H KNOWLKB. W. K. HYKR. JR., J. H, KEEHK
YA the tissues by arousing the secre- years n?<> for a practical telephone II President. Vice.Fr...ld ., rolij has not jet IHTII claimed.
tions and restoring; the liver to the
.. The largos; bean fi"l.lln the! world is

i v full performance of its functions naturally in southern\ California It coven 1Oaere
: ...WILL BE... : First National Banl{
k llargis" Pharmacy, John nn-1 it takes forty to::"} of beaus
l v to sow it.
Sheppard, Sidney Kahn.
A "(Umsln'ir! dredge ro<-."-.t7! built

for use on the levees at tho mouth 01' PEHSACOLA.FLA.

$ OCCUPIEDv I CARPENTRY AND of the Sacramento river has a boom

1feet; ; ]long and raises$ t\\'entJ'.fi\"e IREOTCXL: :

A vA I ELECTRICAL WORK tons of ('lrth at earl ""it..." I WM. H. RNOWT.: W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT-. Kll\'RP'Jf.

y A trawl r'eri.tlj I Vi,i. '.! to.it measured D. Q. BRENT,
...BY AN... I
: a waterfall in tle! sierra Ma )
Ring; np Pearl & I>.:>Jive, phone COO, >lr<'

vr I if vou work have you any want carpenter well done.or electrical Inn.mountains lie found 1:11: table that the west('lIsc'Hle11'1 of Chiliua- r(i n gJ D Ust ti( E&g& d B 3h;M stn II! ,

I''?:; f" t in l." ;:ht. The aitituiie! of tiemountain !
I Announcement !
I Is On: ; feetA I Ji
The street cars slopping in front of
IMP..bf-r of tests: made by the Vermont
Jacoby's make it convenient for the i I rwo ar&iT our ova Bills of Exchange: on Great Britain IniL':
eAporiwnt station found
k Y u ladies. They will find what they want of0,1'1 amt the nr
: ...OF... : without going further. I mixture nrl'.rr satisfactory: for killing ; way, Sireden, Decm&rt and other European_coantriea.
I
A .
:: wcIs aloe,' walks and drives Disbursed the Moat Favorrbls heal
Y I I II I b-JT'Veisels; upon Terms, and
The Bonbons and Chocolate Candies These can IJt kept iK-rfertly free ofW.Ii Obllgationa Taken Payable: at Port of l) istiraiinn Ten cr Flfuer DS1J

v I sold by Jacoby at thirty cents are care.1 by the Use of these mixtures.The : after Vessel Arrives .>iere.4TSafoty .

BRAWNER'SNEW fully packed in neat and attractive I division of publication In the department
I Boxes for Connection
I Rent in
A vv of agriculture Deposit
candies gets out over
boxes, and to most
are equal
V I I'I'I (;.nm/Hiii copies of the! rarmers' Bulletin with which we have a PriTa partment for the Hit
N l A. V for which 60c per pound is charged.
., annually. The department is allowed of Renteri. _

-, dC # but one.fifth of the total numlxr
( .* FOR SALE CHEAP printed whuh Is not at all adequate DR. KINC'STRY PROFESSIONAL CARDS,
to meet the requests made directly to
: ..
2!<>0 sacks Corn "
Meal.-Alittle damaged the departmentWhile -

-good for cows or boss.A3 :; HEW DISCOVERYFOR W. C. ROWE M. D.

Store I .If THE LEWIS BEAR CO. There is Life There is Hope. THAT COLD. ,
Apartment I Office: 17 X S. Falafoi.'
II I was aHicted with catarrh; could TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
noon from 9 to 8: I is.m.andl10IP-g
I Salvation Army neither ta: te nor smell and could hear Cures ConsumptionCoughs, \

Y Capt. and Mrs. McAllister in charge. but little. El>"'s Cream Balm cured it. Colds, Bronchiti, Asthma tad after 7 o'clock )

Meeting every night at 8 o'clock and Marcus G. Shautz, Pathway, X. J. I Phoio OO.
PneumoniaHayFevcrPleu-
> OPENING also at 4 p. roounday; Sunday schoolat .Cream Balm reached me safely and

iiA 2:30! every Sunday. All are cordially the effect is surprising. My son says risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness JOHN S. BEARD
,
iA r invited the: first application gave decide re- Sore Throat, Croup and

A r lief. Respectfully, Mrs. Franklin Freeman Whoopirg Cou h. I A ATTORNEY T.LA 1f.

'URDAY APRlIi 11. Jacoby Keeps the fullest lines of Dover, X. 1I. KO CURE. NO PAY. I Officefi! -*J9 Thiesen BaildiDi;

i I i pickles, chowchows olives; put m in The: Bslrr does not irritate or cause Prim 50 *M <1- TRf41.l HftTTLES FREE Office lIollr -8:30 a, IT. to Ip. m.
the most attractive bottles in the ,
vv city. sneezing. Sold by druggists at 5'J'
Clesningladtes skirts and waist 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. d.
cents or mailed by Ely Brothers; 56
of all and fcd*>r.l eea'
s one Practice ID state
o".r specialties
star LanD
tt 11))))111111 )1)11)1111.).)))111111111tS )) See Hudgins' new label. Warren street, New York try All bOllnl'u entrusted to me mil re:'-tr
prompt and diligent attention.k .








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THE DAILY NWUi' PENBACOLA. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 101803.



Maritime.Cleared. TEACHES WEATHER SIGNS. GOOD FOR CHILDREN. j{1I

The pleasant to take and harmles
Thj Unique Occupation Followed by a
One Minute Cough Cure
gives immediate y ,
Retired Seaman.
+ ;
relief In all cases of Cough
This is the of odd Ifa
: era callings.
Croup and LaGrippe because It does ?'

The Misfortune of Mary Gardner B. Reynolds, Am sch, 331, man have act rate knowledgeof not pass immediately Into the stomach i

Anderson by John A. Merritt & Co. for any part'e '! .r subject of daily but takes effect right at the '

Irvington X. J., with 224,000 s ft cy life, h? l ill c...vcr be at a loss to
seat of the
I trouble. It draws out j
"I'm afraid ma'am said press lumber. make i living The! writer once j
,
Mary, the inflammation, heals and soothes .
Sailed. made tie acquaintance of en. aged I S
"that these crackers are spoiled and cures permanently by enablingthe i
entirely Am. st tug Monarch for Galveston. I 5rst mate on Atlantic liner and tj

towing barge Tabor ladden with coal. carefully noted in a diary his quaint lungs to contribute pure life-glT- ,
"I thought I could run aroundto ing and lffe-sustaining oxygen to the .
Am ss Pensacola, Leech, for Tam- sayings concerning the weather and I

the grocery between the showers pico. his cleverness in turning the many John blood and tissues. Hargis' Pharmacy.

Battleship Alabama for target thases of ocean life into matters of Sheppard Sidney Kahn.
and get back without getting wet- prac
tice. nterest. While strolling about the
.SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOU
but while he was getting the crackers city he saw a signhich read: "So- OMON'S. :

weighed out and tied up it began to rain again.)! VESSELS IN PORT. ciety Knickknacks.Weather" Bureau. Xeptunic "


Steamshlpt..Asuncion Entering the little shop, the eye PEARL & DOLIVE. : .' t't,
"I started to run home ,
de Larnnaga Br ss, 2C93, was caught by a tangle of fish nets Call on them at the corner of Oar- 1ft

and the string came off and the bag droppedand Kramer, Portland to Gulf Transit Co. and shells, which covered the walls; den and Alcaniz! street for carpen- I erYter .!

the crackers got broken and wet, Cairncrag, Br ss, 1951, Gibson, Vera old sails, locpcd up with the aid of :and electrical work,or phone 660. j nlr

Cruz to Sutherland-Innis Co. shell draperies, curtained off theowm.r Ii I tt
and I guess I might as well throw them out- ,I
Durango Span ss, Quintana, 2237 in a tiny workshop. Emerging j>=GOLAY=$i i 11

New Haven to Sutherland-Innes Co therefrom to show his ware, he :

j proved to he the first mate. News Grist and Corn Meal Kills :i 1itCO"
And all because Dorothy, Am ss, 162J: McDonald ,
Mary's mistress had never tried to U. S.a'y and bits of gossip were exchanged."I'm fr ; ,

better oil at this," he said. J H. P. ) nfE Z i CO., Prop I, i.t "' J.
Ester bwed ss. lCS:;, Horndahl. Gulf- .
port to H. Baars & Co "I'm teaching society people the I lianatactcrqri ., d t'e 'i!
weather call it CHOICE HEAL AM> rntiouoci
Earlwooil, llr ES. 14SO, Brown, Havana signs. They mystic !1i
to Suther'.and-Innis Co. I hought or something like that, butt STOCK FKKD.Ftlronlie 't Z .
Uneeda I doesn't it Home Industry, for there liiTery
me so long as
worry [
If
Francisca Span &s, ichevarria reason you iboa Id buy year Meal ant '
ays. I have a little series of lesson SoekFeedfromthe! Home Manufacturer, '.
1508 Biloxi, to Gulf Transit Co. I ,
lor bj 10 doing you encourage borne InCite* ", fF .
cards [he ]Lauded one to the caller]
Greenwich, Br ss, 1SC3, Cobb, Belize try. Your mon ylli left In the community t-
more like gimcracks than serious II and you In turn are Indirectly benelU "
to C. C. Mengel Co. tottering the home manufacturer yon tGr
caching, but they're correct." 30otrlbatetotbee&ollollahor. Yon owe .
; tf
Katendrc-cht, Dutch ss, Teensina, I It to the community la: whlob yon live ana ; .
The card contained brief information ; !
1 Vera Cruz to W. S. Keyser & Co. hloh contribute to roar iapport. :,1 t
BiscuitIn something; like this: "In planning -
-- '- - --- j L'J. \
Inchkeith, Br ss 2413, Major, Boston .
for an outing remember thatf
% i pico, to Gulf Transit Co.
I the temperature falls suddenlythere's 'J.
Marylanda, Br ss, 1616, Breedie, I a storm coming; from the J. B. LONG : Jj

Portsmouth to Keyser &. CoTe ,
the In-er-seal Package, which preserves south. If it rise:?, it's from the
-iotdale, Br :253S, Crooks, Tarn
the goodness of liscuit, crackers and wafers. ss north. Watch the breeze. It blows

pico to Gulf Transit Co. from good weather to storm. Cir- Contractor and BuiMer. : 'J l

L \Vilhemlna[ Br ss, 1CS2, Bone, Tam- rus clouds float from a storm to sun- !: :

NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPAJr1r'LtjDCII pico, to Rix M. Robinson. hine. When to be
they seem running PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND .
Zanzibar, Br ss, 1319, Robinson, from each other in the

New Haven to Keyser Co north away or toward northeast, there'llbe ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT I if}:' : -:'If

r Ships. rain during the day. When the SHORT NOTICE. j* J jt II"

Carana Ital shlp.Cosla, 14 S3, Cape wind changes, it makes its shifts First-Class Work Guaranteed and :.. \

WEEKLY HCIIEDULJ&! Town to H. Baars & Co. with the sun, from left to right. References Furnished. t: y't'
HOLDING A CIGAR
? DIRECTORY Am ship Kennebeck, 1936, Lane, When the sun goes down rosy, fine 414 lUST IN'TKN'IIEN'CIA ST !;...
FOB STEAM DIVISION
TolDta In a Mun'n < tinrnoler the Act Boston to John A. Merritt t Co. weather; rusty red, storm; pink sky
PBN8ACOLA ELECT 1UC TEIUHIKAl Said Ii.iloti. in the bad weather dove
In to morning, ;
KNIGHIS OF PYTHIAS. RAILWAY COMPANY Indus hal ship, Oneta 1111, Marseilles
Did you ever notice the different to Rososco Bros. gray sky, fair weather."

PPnaaaola bulge. No. 3. K. of L'.. Tr.lai leave Penaaool for the Lttlli ways lam hold cigars; ur ujr.uvttfs; ? "I charge 50 cents half hour forwsons"
lUjroa.Hig Uayon WkrrlDgtoaIikT7 rare Saga, Nor ship, Hana, 11Ionte:! HARDBRICK
Did you ever observe how you yuurseif continued the old salt f
meets every Monday even and rort Har..ooas at video to master ,
tag at 7:3i at Castle all, ,
la the Blounl-- Watson arrive at Fort Barraccai 10:16 ArC tWi-n different t
IUUO 110 m. are aiiout: a Barks.
KnlM'.ng. third floor.VlHlilug r.ixi p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancal 1:6S II.8:3lpm.arrlvttat .n just as they do on shipboard. They
brethren cordially: and i'>n>!>:ilil.v uu two uii'ii hold
3 tort Barrancas 4:13p n ways Aviemore, Nor bk, Hansen, 1013, '
to it and learn
w '!oom d seem enjoy quickly.
A1)p.m. arrive a: Fort Karrancas tKHipn their i'tear* exactly llliI.. .
J.A.LrLLHHoRPLTR !: '&-M p.in.arrive at Fort liarranoai 8:46 f.n Rio Janeiro to order -Xew York IV-t.
.\ f human pick
O.C. 'braise beard Fort Barraaoai lor Ftnia jnd;:c II lIatlll't':1Y
K. K.k b. oola at up IIIt.'ItiJ1 IM.IIIN! ns to character Ital bt: Anlellina, 803, Maniace, :Marseilles

T15a.m. arrive at Pen acola_.__. 8:00 a, B from \\atl II ill}; Muolu'rs.One to 1 I. Itaars & Co. He Enlightened Her.
Damon I"t Sf). 13 11:Oi p. m. arrive at Pt'nlacola.ll ,.n will hold his Enrichetta Accame Ital bk 333 In
:: 2OU p.m. arrive at fensaoola_ iM p.o man cigar firmly a certain rural exhibition in .. Q 1
.vTu.. dajr evonlnj st 7::11. at 5:00 p m arrive at Penaacol_ 6:45: pn Iwttttvii thumb a lul f..l'pflugl.r. lie k Tassino, Genoa, to S. S. I. Co England there were two immense -
II corne Palafox and U"rJ..n 1:'.() p. m.arrive at Penaaool_ 1:45: p.
,-King Knigtitscordlnlly Invited 'H:4K p. m.arrive at Penaaoola_ 1.10 p.Baturdayionly a Usually a resolute, U-iuiiious man. Birma, Nor bk, 039, Hansen, East hogs stuffed, each bearing a placard

J. ALHKKT JOIINSOX. strenuous or merely' I'hlepautic. as the London to order. telling: their age and weight and lira' on enHALF.
\' 0.0. FARt FOR WEEK: DAYI. casj 1M', but never lazy. His Cu- ;
;.f K. A K.Ui'liiiiiK" Peniaoola to Fort Barrancas and return 4fc may Carlo P, Ital bk, Boffe, 1C73, Montevideo with the name of the man who prepared
l'en&cola to Navy Yard'and return_ mPenaooia J.\'tS are stumpy..luuthcr
to order them for exhibition, followed
to Palmetto Beaob and return UtSDHDAT man holds the dear loosely;
IjoiJ::", Xo. 30. K. of P ICHIDDDB.Wiea U'l wit'ii his first and t-ooond Jjll,,'rs. Dorotca Aust ss 1781, Scopinich, ''jy the word 'taxidermist. . .

; Iowa X' ', Knlibt4 of weather permits the running ,, to '. A man and his wife were lookingat
\\ .. c He is apt to l gratvful, lazy, irresolute Charleston \\ S. Keyser & Co.
\ c "i every Thuridnv even- open coaches.
''t. In their ( wade Halt em ; Leave Peoiaeola. LT Fort BarruMi .1 mail of artistic temperament I Gregoria, Ital bk, Olivarl 847, Ten- them with great interest. After -TO-

'1' ,. '.t-tVatwon huUdlnq,south-. a.m. 10 a.m. but not a hustler. Ills ttugura are long cuff to order reading the placards the woman
kfuxani irdfn otrewn.are
;
"
\ .. corrtlillv wcleoravd.' him 1p.m.. \I. ,.m m,, and t.iiierin\, Minerva, Ital bk, !933 Chiesa, Cape said: ONE MILLION

It. AU.XON t. ,C.: p. lit i p.m. A thin man will cnrry his cigar; with Town l'en::acola Lumber Co "Why, these are taxidermists! I ,
. 1 p. m p.m. the liirhti-d cud turiuil in toward the
a : i p. m p m. Mary A. Troop, Br bk, 1118, Walley, thought they were hog" .
Ip.m.ip.m. 1 p.m.Ip.m. 1111 1m. the hand lu>ld strap shape aroundIt. Her husband looked with
a
He picked that trick when Santos to order. puzzled
I.O. O. F. PART FOB 8OHDATFiniaoola up Repetto, Ital ship, 1181, expression at the creatures and
to art Barranoai Nan smoking; on the sly as; a boy, fearing Prospero then went the Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing. :
\and and r..tarn_____ Kb papa blight; break suddenly into the Schiappaoape, Genoa to order. carefully OUT plac-
IVn-arola, Lodge No. 4 Peuaaola to Palmetto bleach andrctnra ar<< lie Is
.. Kami' usually of a M''Teti\e n.ttuiv Rolf Nor bk Torgensen, 1170, Cette a'I
.. __ _____ Ulla
It
"v "I 1' ;--iiiiv evening at 1:111: at he decided
and Finally :
not marked by specIal:
..- W..t Int>uil.*ncla street. Might 1a aftur 1:18 o. e. any to Master.Thoma'. .
.:. ,'orIUally lo\'lt..d. tendcney to frnnkiie "They are h"gs. Taxidermist is
Ital bk, Lauro, 803, Naplesto .
.. .. .JO\AS"'JS.: N. O. A fourth will hold his clear awkwardly the name: of the place they come
'. w. 'rPlarr If you want your business to be master
.- -. i.ervously gripping it and often from."
-- known, advertise in THE NEWS. I I stnrii.;; at it iniuisiti\fly! to See ln>w it I Schooners.
Capacity 50,000
The Beer -- -- {is burning. Hi is not a "natural smoker I Dona Christina Am sch, 1C3: Axel- Acclimated All Over. Daily.
;
nor is he apt to be what is know son Coatzacoalcos! to order. When the Marquis of Lorne was

That [ [ [ R as a "g I.K! f..lloII,* is usually anxious 1 Mabel Darling, Br sch. Sweeting, governor general of Canada, as the
Made, SOUTHERN to coneil'.atc: others aul has not I
Dunmore Town to master story goes, he stood, dad in furs, '
great force of Governor mate Br sch Grand watching winter at Ottawa. McMillan f Co
\ \ the man belJud the cigar: and -, sports ,
mmIS f fAMRne see if all thcs diameter drawings are Cayman, to Jno. A. Merritt & Co The temperature was about zero. If!

\ not 'Ort'l'\t--X: York World.A Gardiner B. Reynolds, Am sch, 331, An Indian a few feet distant teemed Pine Barren, Fla v

!r Anderson LaGuayra to order. equally comfortable and as much

.- : LESSON IN HEALTH. interested in the though his
Richard A. Bingham, 69, Merritt games,

Healthy kidneys filter the impurities Belize to C. Mengel & Bros body was mostly uncovered. The { }
VICTORIA I nobleman asked the savage! how he WWI r
from the blood, and unless they
I could endure such "I I
12 u t<> A. 31.I exposure.
\i'E! 11Y .\(' n HUKWINOCO To all parts of the country.The do this good health is impossible. I should think you would freeze," he

Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound man's face not II
said. white
Clay lO-ff.M:: BOTTLE BEEH "Why
kidneys and will positively cure all tIIfP f' freeze?" replied the Indian "Our NICK'S1RLTRilT

IS TOWN.B1XNHEISSER. Southern Express Company forms of kidney and bladder disease.It faces are used to the cold," answeredthe

BROS receives and forwards freight strengthens the wholo system. W. governor. The Indian ended

money, and valuables of all descriptions A. D'Alembertc 121 South Palafoi the colloquy with the pithy retort,

A'-FN.s FOR THB CELEBRATED to sal parts of the country, street. "Injun all face."-Cleveland Lead

I. T, Harper f teleytf. with connections for Canada, Mexico er. V
See of labeL
Hudgins new style
Havana, Cuba, European points, Cutting a Ch ..u'. Its?
'
\:...:, l1..u-(>-40l !s.lPalafor street etc. The art of cutting a whole cheese In- 'Lqf

!+. Es.. e-Orp. The Southern Express Company C.a. &TOn.ZA.: to halves Is known to few. Usually it
ah Union Depot.P .
Be&el the ite Kind Yoa Hate A lays &ffg is attempted with a knife, and the re-

P 0. : 'M. I'ensacola, Fla. operates on 30,000 miles of first- BIpwa f 4'p. ; "You don't feel put out do you, Clarence sult is not successful. The proper way DAILY MENUS

1''.<>ues 116-2E8. class! routes, and in connection with tI .dl ?" to do it is to use a tine wire. Take a

the Adams Express Company, on "No, Mabel but I feel as if I'm going length of it sufficient to go round the Comprise all the Up-to. ;h '

through I illj with through to be."-New York Times.An cheese and with some to spare at each Date Dishes the Mar-
r way. > ,
:,: s. tile/ best ftr oc. end; twist each of these ends around a kets of the World
cars and through messengers, per Odd Hefraln. handles
clothespin so as to form two ;
Afford.
forms a unified service constitutingthe She-A queer dirge he plays on the grasp these handles in tLe hand, loop

BUY THE largest system of the kind in HARPERWHISKY piano nil the time. the wire around the cheese and pull

the world. lIe-Yes, he's in love with a widow with a will; the choose will fall apartin

and only plays on the black ke 's.- cleanly cut halves. This! method Is Ladles' Private .

NMNE Money Orders are sold at all Boston Herald. also excellent if bars of soap are to be

agencies of the Southern Express cut. Dining Parlor..* .
-
Exactly.The
Company at reasonable hours. Receipt : Ili
Professor-But you have so much I
SEWING MACHINE I is given and money is refunded to learn! Sadie Garni. -

if order is lost. The I'upili'll., professor, that's Teacher-Can any little !girl tell me
nl.1 I Regular Dinner
who Columbus? Daily. .;
: '' was
1 !'ve
!' 'j') New inloC \cliino for Sadie (frantically snapping
:. .% : L;kinJtif a nutclune eon small remittances by mail or other- Another Story. know.TeacherWell.. I

j. .t fr"'nl of our wise. Sadle1lsdieColumbu.q. Short Orders Promptly
: usoruny: She What shall I cook today, dear?
..
'> f rum U5.uHo flS.UO. E. W. FOWLER, I- lIe-I don't care. But what are we the gem of the Filled. Night or Day ; ,' 1yV

*t Moat A VARIITY. Pensacola Fla. ocean.-Philadelphia rrel!!!. i
Agent, going to eat?-Fliegende! Blatter.A t t
THE -
-NEW HOME IS THE BEST. Branch omcee: '*6
'; K It'i Something Good to Eat .
x r 'iltrtermincs the strength or J. D. Roberts, Depot Store. Thoughtful Man. Good Cypress Shingles, $1.25 per yoawlin.youll find Hat

If foMins; Machines The Jas. Hansen, Cor. Alcaniz and thousand. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. i
huuhl.. M. :M. Austin of Winchester, Ind,
? ,! ,.omllinej with otht Nick Apostle'sPopularlRestauranl ii
-: Gadsden.J. .
:. : i i"U makes the Sew nome knew what to do in the hour of need. !
''>'. Nwmjf Machine: to buy. E. Williams, Cor. DeVilllers and $50 REWARD l lWftMM
WII: Jackson PURE & MELLOW His wife had such an unusual case of
showing the dir-
11.i ,GIIIC CIRCULARS foreni blyLK" ."' Sol Calm, Cor. Falafox and Inooenda. :.- stomach and liver trouble, physician The street Railway Company will

It .."-.At.wivinJ prubufore",.wnK pW'll.wIolug!t.rhlner RICH & DELICATEFor could not help her. He thought of pay a Reward of Fifty ($50) for evidence

r I and tried Dr. King's New Life Pills that will lead to the arrest and

f KW HOME EWIN; MACHINE[ G0.n SEND YOUR ORDERSto Bale byDannheisser and she got relief at once and was conviction of the party who threw a .

6hC[, IU5' at W. AD'Alemberte's .
finally cured. Only 25c,
,' .. X. t '".'''-'.-.*,IL! ,AtlanU, HIi' \., Pearl &; Dollve for carpenter or Bros. drug store, 121 S. Pal- rock and struck Motorman Peters. Hot French Waffles with

',T'x.,.l'rloCS' S4LE: DY specialty. afox street. Up-to-date people read The New Solomon'i.'d. .



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DAILY NEWSi PEN8ACOLA. N.Oi.ia...... FRIDAY, APRIL 10,1903


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ably and from the Inside. It Is better I GREAT TEMPERANCE AGENCIES. Oldest and Largest Agency

to call things by their right I (Ocala Banner.) in

yr names, and a thief is still a thle: The New York Times throws out When West Florida.Knoiales .

r I even though he dresses well and is the thought that the great corpora- 1
I[ lions, particularly the railroads are IEsTAnLIsllI r) 181(1.:
In such thief is ,
polite. reality a more I
Entered at the Post Office at Pen- (doing far more tor the cause of tem-
matter.- deserving of severe denunciafion and I perance than the prohibitionists and
aeola, Fla., second class the
punishment than the poor unfortunate j fall otner agencies combined. They
*ave taken a very decided stand Bros.INSURANCE
OFFICE: Pitts Building 21134 devil who: stole from necessity and I.4 s
(against employing in any departmentmen
nth Palafox street up-stalrs. the newspapers of Atlanta should I who drink alcoholic beverages to .

show him no more consideration or(| excess. They don't want regular Blood '

i: THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. favor than any otner person found drinkers, moderate drinkers or occas- ; I

guilty of theft. tonal drinkers, though, as yet..they +

Terms: Invariably In Advance. I j have not drawn the line against those 4 S
I who take an occasional drink of' s
One of the best advertisements that i
On Year by mall.$5 00 strong liquor. Their position is that IS + AND

!Alt Months H. ....... .. .. 2 50 was ever put out by a Florida enterprise I they are entitled to the best work at '

carrier payable Monday was the sending of a car throughthe man can do and that when a mangy' s
;One: week by REAL
.. .. ... ... .. .... ...... 10 northern states several years ago .t} has responsibilities resting upon him ESTATE
j-especially where he is responsible ImpureEverything : ,
loaded with the fruits grown here.
[ for the lives of his fellow beings-he
Advertising Rates Furnished on Ap I Many people had no idea that such I i needs a clear brain. He cannot have 309 South l"alafo\Strl.t.'t.:!

plication. oranges, lemons, pineapples, etc., | that it he is what is known as a
V
were grown here, and it was the drinking man. Therefore it has The is Phone 22. PEXSACOLA
TELEPHONE NO 118. I I come to be known that the great corporations goes wrong. digestion .
means: of bringing a large number to
give preference to soberi bad. The head aches. The brain is dull. The
-
this state to reside. A display at the men-not only to sober men, but men

St. Louis fair would be' another suri do not indulge in strong drinkat nerves weaken. And the skin is nearly ruined. GnXEUALAGlLYlXThe
.
( 6"p rise, as the advance within the past all. The stand against drinking
men is not yet as great as it will be. Your doctor knows what medicines will
few ears would show to the world-
The tendency, however, is steadily towards
who will be at the fair-that Florida those who abstain altogether cure these troubles : the medicines that are inAyer's Equitable

PElit!lOLA, APRIL JO. 1903 produces as fine fruits as can be had i from strong drink. A man who is

the world over. The most densely discharged by one corporation for Sarsaparilla. Consult him freely. Life Assurance
--- drinking to excess cannot hope to geta SocietyOf
populated portions of the United
It would be interesting to know how position with another corporation.
States are within easy access of the Five years ago I had bunches come ont on head and had
much an employe in a bank has to It can be readily seen therefore ny a breaking the United: Slate.I1ENKY .
out on my body. I tried different remedies without relief. I then tried
defaulter. state of Florida and a fine display what powerful agencies for temperance
steal in order to become a would here the great corporations are. Ayer's Sarsapanlla. Before I had taken half a bottle the bunches and the n. BYDi; Fundfr
cause many to come to
Young men who are ambitious or rash were gone, and I felt like a new man.: "-M.A. WALL, Bentley Creek Pa.
Mr. Bryan should devote more of see for themselves, and when they r 'Strongest in the "
I who seek only to hold their positions, World
his time to political work at home. are here we have to feed them. A will give up strong drink rather than $1.00. AU dranlJts. J. C. AVER CO., Lowell Hut.
I
His town of Lincoln has just gone republican good display at St. Louis would be a ris: losing their positions, and thus

again. good advertisement and advertising ;| gradually the drink habit will become OUR WARRINGTON
,i unpopular and be abandoned. I AGENCY.I :; .
pays.-Gainesv'ille Sun. ;i j jI I PICNIC. HAVE YOU SEEN THE EASTER I _

I It begins to look as though thC'reI I I I The Ladies' Auxiliary of the B. of LINE OF NECKWEAR AND HOSL. I I The NEWS is on sale by Mrs.
I A Great Sensation !?
I I
Is but one way to get any of the The accident which occurred on the ,, E. will give a picnic on April 2S |IERY THAT GRAY, GOODMAN & Keefe at Warrington, who is aat'rr.
of that Harrison family out There was a bi? sensation in Lees- RADER ARE SHOWING.
members battleship Iowa yesterday by the !i at Magnolia Bluff. Tickets :23! cents. !! [ ed to receive and receipt for an
in : ,vile! Ind.{ whe'nY.. H. Brown of that tui.
the mayor's office Chicago.The I
I bursting;: of one of the large 12-inch:! j Trains will leave union depot at :2:30! : scriptions. Residents of the ree'.-
i place who was expec:>d to die, had SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL. tion ;
lawmakers in Tallahassee can guns was a sad affair in that human 'jj p. m.1 p. m. and 8:00: p. m. a3td OMON'S. may now be supplied wit) c- .!
his life saved by ...r. King's New Discovery ,
life was sacrificed, and about the onlyjconsoling : of the paper several hours ate t-j
laboring
service the
to
render a great for consumption. He writes "1
out thought is that it might haft' | : issue leaves the press.
people of the state by wiping endured insufferable agonies from
been so much For such i
worse. a great
the occupation and license taxes.

gun on a battleship, where so many Asthma but your New Discovery gaveme :0, :i!::!:' .!:!: "!'!' '!!'! ?:!: :! ..u I!!'!! !:' '!! !'!' '! I SEE ELECTRIC :
immediate relief and soon thereafter LIGHTS
-
There are several ambitious newspaper men are penned up, to burst without I AT

editors in the state who are killing! more than three men seems !j effected a complete cure. Similar SEE THE BIG 1 j OMON'S.

wondering how it is that the governor little short of miraculous: and all are j i cures of Consumption, Pneumonia, r : -

about the Bronchitis and Grip are numerous.: r orbes.j j NOW IS THE TIME TO
did not say something truly thankful that the calamity was FURNISH

uniformity of school bo !.s. no worse. These two recent mishaps |'1It' : the peerless "ew edp for all throa' : t ...WINDOWS... j i JYOUR DINING ROOM, AND MAR.iSTON .

in our navy are bad (enough: but we i land lung troubles.. Price roc and $1- & QUINA HAVE WHAT YOU

The sensational story sent out from Guaranteed W. A. D'A'emberte! ;WANT IN SIDEBOARDS
,
all know that accidents bound to J For CHINA
are t Special :, I
__
New York to the effect that Mrs. I Druggist, 121 S. Palafox street Trial "- _" 'CLOSETS, TABLES AND CHAIRS.
occur occasionally, and the American
Flagler was: regaining her reason is i, bottles free. I j
navy has been remarkably :
exemptfrom I
contradicted by her physician. i f fEaster i CREX
now serious unfortunate accidents.. It I Bargains. AMERICAN GRASS CAR

This will' per?aps be good news to was only a few years: ago that the Among the many sweet things kept PETS AND LINOLEUM, FINEST

Mr. Flagler. at Jacoby's new store will be found 'J ,
British I
lost the battleship Camoerdown THING
navy ON EARTH FOR YOUR:
with all on board as the bottled hoKey, and a variety of candies !' Three Timely Displays of EASTER Requisites. A Whole Window i
result
The dispatches tell us tea i HALL DINING ROOM
OR
press I
i ttjt of collision at ten, twenty and thirty cents Full of Beautiful '! OFFICE.
a : during maneuvers in
Yellowstone !
has into the
the president
gone
the Mediteranean. per pound. j POPULAR-PRICED MILLINERY. :; j RUGS TO MATCH. MARSTOS &
The loss of the .
Park region and is to take
I \ Such as you will pay double for elsE'where-Prices .QUINA.I .
; Maine in Havana harbor is still fresh Range from
t t a rest from public cares and speech
We will launder your sprs-art3 'ori $1.75 to $4.75. I ILADIES' I .
i
i making. Well, the rest of us will begetting in the minds of all of us. but it has ialways .
;l !15 cents each !and nuike th m !.NCI Cltlav NO r1CL.
,of\ too. been hell that there was no'i r i 1-- ... _
t a rest DRESSES ANO ---- - ..
; WALKING -
i eke I.aifiy SKIRTS.In -
u w :Star : 1I'
iti fl accident about that case. That it was !l I' ; NhaT1iEKtaecaptaw d.

; It is strange; that the mere mention a diabolical! tragedy deliberately: planned li 1111'I i In all the Popular Materials. i j j. Teviotdale nor coasptneer! ul.." n i 'P, :' '- ..-.

of the fact that Ex 1'residen Cleve and executed.liatrever i i TO cum: A cou i\ <\r :!.' There is much to int >rest you in this Window where prices range .! ,' crew of Maid' for vessel.oobtt contracted o} .

those who down Takr Laia'lve "rr."o t o'DIMe Inli'etiou FROM $Z.CO TO $15.00.MEN'S ( I1.' '.
land was going to visit St. Louis to go to the ? !
rhts.lnutur" (;{ fl. -\>-ry Gulf Transit Co.. 4 ",, ,
r be present at the dedication should sea in war ships' expect to face danger INX, WN'ffi Cunr1Rnrs. -n ,

I t rive Editor V.'atterson and Mr. Uryanh and so far the danger has not beenmuch ., EASTER NECKWEAR AND SHIRTS.
|' SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL I!> ..ITIf.Kth..eft'I"'II.O" "
y a terrible case of political jim water than in civil) life. AVe', OMON'S.: Hor'' you will find Fashions' I. .te-t Dictator;-Ce'ebrited' Silver ,: ,'t---Ji' + oar 'n'i.lKi"'ff: the > ..
.... .. ., v A.und'Ullle l-arvinais .., .
JS. understand tnat there is not the - -- Srhiris, $l.f"J. Artistic n-cts in \ew'ar! ;C"c.; "11AR Es":: Hats r..t"ID'lhl..lurd..11I con m .
1 '. led by the crew ol auld vf....l.H. .
slightest to !
reason that without
suppose any an equal, $SAO ,

1 The saloon keepers and brewers i in i blame attaches to any of the officers or: : A. C. BIN LEY de! .ire'' his Itienaa''ud ) nn _..__ ...... ___ ; Gull Tralljt CO., l. It\m.i ta'f|' ,,?:.i iNEI1

New York have started to boycott the : men aboard the ship for the pooh to know th HIt\ > hasIoVfd n \on.litn..s. 'i r

farmers of that state in retaliation, I occurrence. yeterday'sunfortnnate 'i i to Il-'om OT! Thie=ear build- r W. J. & B. FO R P ES.I = '; i I _2sr ::. 'liKKloxcaptnio.own'ri

license.s ill?, whern 16 will! I'nnir'uP :s !IJPIPtofons u nor runalrfUft-l Ol tar
fr for the raise in liquor Theypropose I .
j! a teatrutjv procti4" !':! !"ET ..e.! '! ,. !'! !' !'! !'!'!) '!'! !'!'!' '.'! !'!'!'! !,! !,!,!,! i for Ktter debt Kill be rvfcpvi. "'
to buy none of their hops and contracted tit. I' -
ARMY AND NAVY. i| crew' of said ve..tl.
_.
barley, and to induce the hotels and -- ---- I j SII.4 HOIt.SI'\III.
(Ilirinmffham Xovvs.1President I 11.BAAU'Licn...
l I>I""I.
restaurants ta buy none of their country Cou.tgn.e, hit
. ; produce. Koosevelt's advocacy of a I|
strong navy and a small but efficientt SEE
aft''(
t ELECTRIC LIGHTS
AT SOL
1 army will meet with the approval of i!
,
-
t'4 jk AUjuu Uie pHJsinhees;: ; ftliiSt; t-a great majority ofhis foliow-cilimis.! OMON'S.l'It01'OiALS.

!; republic there are 7 Pierces, lt Il-M.ie- He will! find no heartier endorsement
j will be r.-ccivcd I.
r velts 17 .McKinleys, 'M to 2'J: Adamses of his position than he will!! secure'* Bureau i/f Supplic'! and at t .
'I : Accomi'Xavy !
and as many Jeff*'rsons, .Madisons; 'I from democrats i iI t[ 'VparlmcniVabhintKni.. I' iun.il
+ i Jacksons, Ji.lniMina. Grants and (!a r- I Opposition! to a large standing
I army 12 o'clock ,
ii-joii, April II, i I" .
{ :fields ;:\Vashinntor.s, ::Monroe, i| is leep-roote l in the American char Drink Beer"When I ar..l publicly! oix-iutl imm"il.! ;' \
it 31: Linco'ns; and k2!: ClevelandVhere at.'tpr.11 forms of military: despotism tl'WvaltH1. to furnish at the Ni ;

are the Hr.arlsI'fropJlis.. !I are hateful. In the nature of i Yard Pensacola, ..Ia., a quaint ..!

I The Tryr.n jiostotnces will not be thins: a republic could not exist machine tolls olts.. rivet., :;!1.'',

named till he is president and his :|I where the prmy would be strong; i run down doctor nails, hardware, tools, sprurc \1'n': ,
'j I enough to domimte the you get
Post Master Central has authority to I government. your says lumber, mahogany, oak kns, MI'I-;'' ,
I1'he rnit.tatls does not need\ a'' brass, tin, iron steel I ,
I : "drink beer. Or he copper. !I. ao!
malt
I thus designate them Hut the troublt tonic
t prescribes
:. large army. It is not subject to a | a pipe, pipe fittings, valves. ai.d l to.-

1 is most of the new places starting up I formidable invasion. If this country j Blank proposals will be furni.-ic
I and in mini of names are railroad stations J!j should engage:: in a war it would in I| concentrated beer. on application to the Navy Yard !' r,.

Marge I part lio a naval war. 15-it a' sacola, Fla., or to the Dun-au .\ >.
and the railroads choose the '
navy is not required so much for war i Weakness calls for food, and barleymaltis KII.V.NY Paymaster General .I" :\

name. [ as for peace. .\ strong navy is a ;:-:!6fJ3. \G.I.: .'.

guarantee of peace. A navy does a food half digested. The digestion of other -- -- .
not the
That fellow Sims who lifted J9I- I present same danger politi PROPOSALS FOR STCAM HKAT-:

000 from an Atlanta bank seems to'!,': ally poize as the an government army.1 or navy organize cannot a :\ food is aided by a little alcohol, and beer has IXG. Office Quartermaster, Fort 111[-

hold high favor with thetlanta | I rancas, Fla., April 4, I'M:?:. Sea!."! i pr.--
I I! \ as an army might tin The | .
.
t posals, in triplicate will be I
] n- :;
newspapers. The Journal tells in i American! people are almost a unit 2\\ per cent.Weakness.
j I here until 12 m., April 23: K+" :. !I''r
this!
headlines how the prisoner has been i| upon question and President'i placing Steam Heating Appiira' .-
nIlO'It'a! for once upon safe requires a tonic-that's
made as comfortable as possible anis 1 i. hops. complete, in one set officers' quar'- '-
when he
ground; declared for a strong i inavy I
here. U. S. to > ,v
reserves right ar
given the opportunity to enjoy exercise and a snnll army.
,, or reject any or all proposals nr .>'.r
and then un to that
goes say
part thereof. Information fiirtitl'on :
he will be given an opportunity for an THC WESTERN ELECTIONS. :
application. Envelopes CIHl1.1'r..i
I And it's for well if
early trial; that while in the courtroom \\. Y. World good people, too, you proposals should b<> cndorsfil "1'1

| The state election sals for Steam Hiatinj" atl'.r i
in
he retained his usual calmness j i Michigan and I beer. That's
talked of his bo>'hou. nays while the| the municipal elections in Ohio: indicate get a pure essential. I 11v. K. COLt, Q.; M.April : :

&) far as o1-year signs go. that : r 4, G. 7, 8, 23: & 2J
politeness of a I.orJ Chestt'rfil.'d ,, oth these states: are still securely re-i i Even a touch of impurity makes beer

marked his e'- act.11 this '
ery gushand publican.
Hot Chocolate with
more like it is enough to suggest The attempt to bring out a new unhealthful, because beer is saccharine. Im. i. Whipped Cream at SaloI -

democratic candidate for President by
a suspicion that this slick person electing! M. K. Incalls. a very able rail.! |:| purities multiply in it. I I mon's.I .
have invested of the '
may some road president, mayor of Cincinnati -

stolen Ixxxlie in newspaper stock. |'i( failed. The mere possibility aroused! j': And a "green beer "- insufficiently aged I I STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
Why should there be any solicitudeon 'th. republican party spirit and th,

the of the about tirascal's I Bryan democrats. resenUnc: the movement biliousness. But
+ part punt c causes a beer-well -
| to brine forward a sound-mcney ] pure
comfort at the If the
jail.
e'candidate' : hFlp.d to give Mayor !iletween PcriBacnla and 'Iihnn-n..at
is, then something is wrongith public Fleterhmann, H.OnO plurality, when he1 t; aged is the beverage of health ICurm Daily Kxcrpt: SumUj-

sentiment. Then it is noted that, had only 5.5'tO three years aso.Otlerwlse. .

I out o. regard for his fine feelings the both of the ;great parties "CITY OF TAMPA."
lust about held their o 'n. Of the sixty -
prisoner is spoken of in the papers asa I cities the democrats! and ront'hli.

!1 defaulter, being the softest word to cans each carried thirty. .\ eon picu- Schlitz beer costs twice what common beer costs in the brewing. One-half pays irPen.aeolaYSitsm'' Lvpenecot.IWprO Ar Milton. 5.lJJplD

denote his crime. Hut Is he a defaul.ter I Ou'i..tory was the election of Tor. i for the product ; the other half for its purity Fare.Hue; Round trip.!!;Ut-

,, 11. Johnson as mayor of Cleveland: by I
in the proper sense' of the word
|" I nearly S."+"<)> plurality. He exrteets: to One-half is spent; in cleanliness, in filtering

Was he the custodian of tae bank's run as the democratic candidate for I I even the air that touches it, in filtering the

funds and merely checked up short in governor next fall, rind dreams of be- II I beer, in sterilizing every bottle. And it pays JEWELER IN HIS

his accounts. We don't so' understand i in; the Bryan favorite for the Prey I the cost of aging the beer for months before

It. His roM of JlO.OOOwas too small for I idential n'lminaion-whiAt he is about .
we deliver it, NEW STANDI
}ja likely to secure a, he is to jump ov- I
His bond of $10.000 was too small fan >rier the mun.
such I ;I If you ask for Schlitz you get purity and ,
trust and responsibility. 9,1 The most notable pcrsoiil triumph age
the rel Rule'' ; yet pay no more than beer costs without them
he deliberately helped himself to tibank's e was "tkn of (!olden a have moved j jewelry sane to
Jines as mater of Tn!..h. Ho mn asxn my
money, as much so as though 120 South Palafox formerly occupied
1".d! nrr.lf-iT candidate, with
he kept no accounts. In fact he stole l no Po tee Ask for the Rrmery Bottling.L. 14'1'8
Rew=pT"r !'nppm t. and got mov votes i+ by Ba=s & Co., faLd sal

it and in plain English:: he is a thief, than his rrpni; t':ar. and democrat II I Ir 6ArkADE h better prepared than ever to KI'1e

a self-confessed thief. It was a successful cpiipetitors combine- There is more I i tiL great bir ains in diamonJ3witcb"s.
politics! to the acre in Ohio thin i in
bank robbery and none the less: !l jewelry etc. Call and see meant
any other state, anc" some of it Is of
a robbery because it was done '' BEAR &. CO, Wholesale
peace- the !:light)' queer" variety. I Agents for Pensacola. let me convince you.J .
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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 10. 180a.

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NEGRO THE ILLINOISWilL W. 0. O'NEAL, President; No. OQO8. M. E. CLARK, Cashier; '

FAVOR SCALP HUMOURS $..J. FOSHEE.Vice-Pretident; JOHN PfEIFfER, Au't Cathler.


SUFFRAGE NOT DOCK AT AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF 1t Ji il''



NEW ORLEANS Itching, Scaly and Crusted PENSACOLA. FLA. t

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|IT is SAID THEY WILL ASK CON. -- With Loss of Hair Designated Depository of the United States.

TO CUT DOWN SOUTH'S Washington, April 9.-The com- Condensed Statement at the close of basinet March 20, 1903. J ; 3y
CRESS mandant of the New Orleans naval S!

TO TEST station having sent to the navy de- RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. :

REPRESENTATION Speedily Cured by Cuticura Loans and Discounts..... ...... .. .... .. ... $375,0376-2: Capital Stock ...... .. .. ...... ... ...... .. .. 200000.00 t it i
partment a recommendation against Demand Loans.................. .... .. .... 3203UO) Surplus. .. .. .. .. ...... .... .... ...... .. .. .. 20,000.00)( I i
STATE CONSTITUTION. docking the Illinois at that yard, the Soap and Ointment Overdrafts...... .......... ...... ...... .. .. .. 2,35293 Undivided Profits.- .. .. ... .... .. 509.39 :,;:

i vessel will be ordered from Pensa- U. l3. Bonds and Premiums. ....... ...... 213806.87 Circulation.. ... .. ... .. .. ...... .. ... .. 125,000,00 i;

April 9.-The members !cola to Norfolk and docked there In Stocks securities etc. .. .. ..... ........... 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid...... ..... ..... .. .. .. .. 54.00 ;
VK' York, Furniture and Fixtures. .. .......... .. .... 8.718.48 Deposits..... ...... ...... ...... .... ... ..... 1521,316.81 t ;
of the 1 fnioa League club of this city order that the department may satisfy When Every Other Remedy and Cash andEchange...... ...... ...... ...... 283,16030 t t :

nil take radical steps it is said in itself on the condition at New Orleans { f

suffrage in the south where the recent floods have a 1
Coring negro Physicians Fail. Total...... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .... .. $966,910.20 Total.... .... .. .. .... ...... .... .. .... .... $966,910.20 A .'
martin; tonight. Congress caused the channel to fill somewhat '
t' j., April This bank opened for business October 231900. We respectfully solicit your:patrouage [rand we will give i t
w.1 I [k appealed to to deal with theJM'on I Acting Secretary Darling yesterdaysent your business prompt courteous and careful attention. i 1 a

along! the line of a radical re- : orders to Captain Converse com Warm shampoos with Cuticura Soap
: 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. d
m of the representation of the manding the Illinois, at Pensacola, to and light dressings of Cuticura, the ; i
alt : b- +
.VTI state: in congress. proceed in a light draft vessel to great skin cure, at once stop falling si I

s gvr! n-citing that the southern New Orleans and report to the depart- hair,remove crusts,scales and dandruff,

bar taken steps to circumvent ment on the situation. soothe irritated, Itching surfaces, des-
eiv-
i.satton! troy hair parasites, stimulate the hair
,,, anal: K. giving suffrage
New Orleans April 9.-Commandant follicles, loosen the scalp skin, supply
,the repast recommends
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'J :.r Merrell, on being shown: the above the root? with energy and nourishment -
-:;r. ,S be asked to take up ; Se '
; -'.mi. without a moment's de- telegram said it was correct, insofaras and make the hair grow upon a jr k

? ; it stated that he hau recommendedto sweet, wholesome healthy scalp when

jj' the department not to send the all else fails.Millions .
'. ..ni'iiiialso that this body
Illinois to New Orleans on account of of the world's best people 5) rnIDIID@jllm{ !1 eI
t
I T 11 n' down southern re re- >
conditions at the mouth of the river. me Cuticura Soap assisted by Cuticura o
d! a large sum of
::11'' moneyr
As regarded the ordering of the Ointment the great skin cure, for preserving -
"i ruled to test the va'.adinMy *n
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r battleship Norfolk, to be docked purifying and beautifying the

r- I adopted constitu- there, and the instructions to Captain skin, for cleansing the scalp of cni'f, m

... .' '. .at:.a. Virginia, and other Converse: the commandant: said It r scales and dandrufi, and the stopping I d b} !

'I-. -"1IIh. The aLlest coan I that he could not speak of his own I of falling Lair, for softening whitening \ Li1w.

i.. an! I'ri: will ba employed and red and
knowledge. .iO\\ever, it seemed to soothing rough sore I ;
In> 1 argue these test case: I hands: for baby raMie", itching; and + ( o ,
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him that there was a contradiction in in the form of baths
for
e i institutions! nienti the statements, because if the Illinois irritations! and inflammations: TRAVELING IS DANGEROUS. 4 ; '
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sums appropriate, I t
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had been ordered to Norfolk, it was I or too free or offensive perspiration, in Constant motion jars the kidneys, 1t.t
1! !i-i nk individual memr I I the form of washes for ulcerative v caknp 1
not necessary to send Captain Converse which are kept in place in the body by
and
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'lib to contribute. One :es, many antiseptic: purposes
to New Orleans for the purposeof I which readily suggest themselves to delicate attachments. This is the
t'H-robiTS in this motehe -
reporting upon conditions at the women as well as for all the purposesof reason that travelers, trainmen, streetcar
i former Secretary of the toilet bath and Cuti-
mouth of Mississippi river. I II nrrsery. men, teamsters: and all who drive
inu'lius X. I'.liss. 1'resi- eura Soap combines in one soap at one
"1 do not believe it would be safe much suffer from kidney diseasein
''t was vice president of price the host skin anil complexion' very Our line of Alpaca t .
lie is still to try to bring a big ship like the Illinois soap and the best toilet bath aud babyso.np some form. Foley's Kidney Cure Warm I
99.: prominentSaA'iROCK l
drawing 23: feet, through the in the world. strengthens the kidneys and cures all Weather Serge *
I,' .::3. Complete treatment for every hu ,
ti'P
jetty channel at the present time motif, consisting of Cuticura for: to Corm of kidney and bladder disease. Clothing ana .

III IS CONSIDERED when there are 2G feet of water in a cleanse: the skin, Cuticura Ointment,to 5eo. E. Hausan, locomotive engineer, is now 3 t' 'Rx

1H.. FASTEST BOAT channel fiOO; feet wide. It would be a heal the skin, and Cuticura Pills! to Lime, O., writes: "Constant vibration ready. Sicilian t #

hazardous undertaking with the swift cool the blood, may now be had for of the engine caused me a great Coats {;
dollar. A is often sulli- An
one single set F
:,uth.pril '.'.-.\ fifteen mile current against the slow-moving battleship deal of trouble with kidneys, and
dent to cure the most torturing; di fi.- my Assort- and i; ;f

and windward tent of thirtjmder ,\ jetties, when there would be danger of mours, eczemas, rashes: and irritations Kidney Cure." W. A. D'Alemberte Vests.Styles.
I fro In infancy when all else fail consisting ;, ,
: conditions: as similar a;;M i, swerving the ship against the west age 121 South Palafox street. of 1 .

to those expected during the 1, be i
hank. Going downstream might =' 't
I STEVENSON LOST HIS HAIR. Crash, Correct,
'.Ir the Americas cup! off Sandy !I attended with much less difficulty, but Menu for any day.-Breakfast Ham, Linen ; I < ; 1 t

was the course set for the two 'as' conditions are now. with the Ex-Vice President Burned While Ex- dinner Yam, supper Jam, all kept by Flannel Quality it i r. '

: ticks today. The breeze wis: swollen river and the rapid current, I tinguishing Fire. Jacoby. and r, and p 'f

'ht, not over five knots. I think it would not be advisable to I Bloomington 111., April !).-Adlai E. HomeSpun s

.i irk III was about five minutes I bring the Illinois through." Stevenson, formerly vice president of -- t PricesAlways t 4 t
AT SOL f'
I .SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS
Shamrock
when the boats I the United States, lost! his hair anlmousta'he ] OMON'S. Coats and '
(Hrin. which acted as the Infants Thriveon I
and received painful burns r Trousers. f RighJOS. *.
r i the end of the leenardfk cow's milk that is not subject to I in the lace head and hands yesterday ANNOUNCEMENT. A \ I 4 t;

]1. rd'n's ,
any change of composition. >
while trying to extinguish a fire at
I I hereby announce myself as a
III. won !by 17 min liiglp IH.in.l: Condensed Milk is always r t 1
his home. candidate for City Marshal at the
the in all climates and) at '
same i election for city officers! : to be held on
I The fire started in a bed room.
all seasons. As a general household! !
1.1 ttle: 2, 19 milk it is superior and is always When the statesman rushed into the
Ii.WY YARDiAYMASTERS. I the smart of the qualified voters of
,I 'tvaihbe.I room the curtains were ablaze. With Pensacola. THOMAS F. XFE.B .

out calling for aid, Mr. Stevenson _. .
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I DOES EDUCATION PAY? attacked toe flames: and in a twinkling COLEMAN
master 0. L. 1'ali -
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stationed at thed the! hair sizzled from the top of H. FAIRCHILD, ,
An Autobiography; : That: Tells an Impressive it : ?
for his head. As he sought ta save his UPCOLBTEREn.:
some Urn:. Story.
.1 hair the fire seized his moustacheand CLOTHIERSoutli :
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present post Fume years: aj ray father, a natural 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. ,
oho was former- gcauis in some respects but untiln-) 1J1i'SIl'rl'1his\ face. He retreated
I "u.'oef Work and Refinishing Furniture a
miser! Atlanta rated, was a day laborer in a factory before his clothes! caught fire. The 212 I'alafox:, *'!C.C.oC! 1'11":101:1: rllll'ida. #11 d.r" 1.cJ

( located in a northern state. Four I damage to the house is about l,0i">. Specialty.
Hi f Tupelo, Miss., i'
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i sons were horn and reared in the i rl1.ono: 4OJ3.
I ,I'; arrived hereof ;! humbV! home or that uneducated untrained .
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A SWEET BREATH --
the new lost iay h h rer.. They nil learned

i I Salt hisill! so I their father's tr1dI (\. I is a never failing sign: of a healthy resa +r -

orui-rs and I \\ the oldest son and used every stomach. When the breath is bad

'...ng will opportunity\ to get; a little education the stomach is out gf order. Themis
gas to. at'l>tl1jing the winter school as did
il in other brothers. All of no remedy in the world eqral to
i in:;;e paymas- all my us grew

";:c force of men to manhood and all learned our fath Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing :a. 4i'"l

the I er's trade as I said allm>c. I still : digestion dyspopria and all stomach
u iuid roKiiiry I
continued my education largely by ---qq-
( disorders. Jlrs. Mary S. Crick, of
; and will ( home reading. Hut for several years I II
; White Plains, Kywrites: "I have
awe until Mon- worked at my trade only a few'months i
1 of the year and with the I been a dyspeptic for 'l'ars-trll'tl all 4;

I I money I ('ameliI'.t'ndell school. My '! kinds of remedies but continued to Bon Sons and Chocolates. 1 ail=
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LAP two brothers next of age; scorned not I
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A.tF ;CAN SHIP grow worse. Ity the use of Kodol II }
Ito[ care for an education, neglectedthe PUIM:: BILIWl'S: ; 3
'i -a ""u BE LAUNCHED. !( common school and took the first I I began to improve at once, and after

f opportunity to leave it forever. 1 1I staking I a few botttles am fully restored I' VV. A. D'ALEMBERTE # r
Larger than any I 1 succeeded in encouraging my 1 1I in weight, health and strength I ,

:all country and I lyountiest; brother to remain in the I I. and can eat whatever I like. Kodol i'
1 ''comomn school until he completed itscourse 1: ', >, '. Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St. 4: ,?
all the wor'so ) what eat and makes the
digests you .
I( of study. In addition to this I I .
OCric: of the common school training this brothers \ stomach sweet. Hargis' Pharmacy, : I' .

.j imnesota! will be I <'"": a term or two of normal John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. I : : .1 :

'.'inn. Conn., on school training.t : ; : DR. } H. MOCKS
My education soon enabled me to .
',:liter of James i SEE OUR NEW LINE OF SHIRT 1" II
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s''I'u-ri' in the .
a turfman's position I : ..
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hiCroat: Northt. 1 naturally WAIST SUITS SKIRTS AND ..
factory, but my two brothers, I I .
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for whom the '' as jriltod as myself, had to remain I WAISTS : .

.\ '!) christen her. laborers because they had not enough; GRAY GOODMAN & RADER. I: I:. I I : I ; I.. 'I i fiiD DENTIST.
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education to take higher! positions. I ,
AI .- ., --- From a foreman's pi ice I rose; to be
'MER Hudgins has a new label for the .
a a
: FOR BURGLAR I j I ate manager: a ii'imlw-r of the of factory factories I now and man-am I best 5 cent cigar on the market. . 28% S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building. y +


:i-Mrs. Nellie (i i director My yotmw-t in several brother large:whom: corporations.I Kept in Try The News' WANT COLUMN. CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.

O' left shoulder i school is out- of my foremen and is I SOLD BY01&LMAYER
IMXSACOLA.. .
1 by her htis- I earning A god salary. My other two i sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer'sSwampHoot \
brothers :;0.\- work! icr me. They arc
i I i
: the great Kidney liver
'i ar IVjicebarg. still day! laborers Thty cannot ?ot I II !

".010| farmer and higher becatise they have no educa- I land bladder remedy are being dis1 Lumber. Hjdglns: new style label for his5/ !"

'1a burglar was, i 1'tiop. During the past ten years i tribute here from house, free. Have 2x3 scantling, $:; per thousand. cent cigar will Interest you. t' #

ll.' is almost could have. pit both of them in 1)"I.: jou received one? Next Door to First Natal Bank :2x1: scantling $G per thousand. +
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'timsI:1)"i... : from $,,;,'M) to $:!.:;(flll per ,i Other items in proportion. Call and i Try Gnnther'a Candies atSolomon's. <{
"ii account of th? : )ear, if they had even a thorough elementary see us. t f'I
"I.K! whllt'"l'ry school education.The m.1mIEIK'IAX: LUMBER CO.t .
editor by request withholds! ss %
--.inly dangerous.EXCHANGE.. ( ---- -- -
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i, I the interesting name of biography.the author All of the the above statements Good Cypress Shingles $1.25 per
'H \\\T1ls-1Iiii\ {
'I however, are .uerally true CAHN thousand BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. Company -
GUILD
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and speak their impressive lesson.It ,

may add something to this storyto c 0 Try The News' WANT COLUMN. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL t

.T and Miss Sallte know that its author and all\ concerned ,,0 o/

.;.' on this SaturU now !live in the South.-Edi- _- --.- GROCEKS.Headquarters ;

1 o'clock of the I or Southern Education. ..
I FANCY (GROCERIES L W. PEAKE, I
o Hvchanqe. The i',1 t I
'1 Electrical contractor and builder, for A
as usual at Mr. r.J
Health at Kama t g ..PHONE US FOR YOUR.. will do your electrical work in flrst- l
'il! allowed theSaturday's
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? through Hires Roothrrr ;" ; class style and at reasonable rates. Fancy and Staple Groceries.

u roots delightful berla p1'eparBh..n..r, barks and '; \i EASTER DELICACIES. Ho can bl found at 30 South Palafox I I I .
Sale. '' brmes. Nature's own pre J.t.'R: street. Phone 203. i 1: -. ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE.. f
;: '-'n t baked beans. r scription. Brnefit retry i .+!* ...FHONE J78.. * -
"1 member or the family. I/S }
r 'ans. .. I WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS, LLL '
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Takes, HireiRootbeer 'i: : i 1 CELEBRATED F : =

Fml?<'. \ THEO. BELLAMORE, Cafe du Mcde Coffee, Sweet Home t' i
4:1pma..taeblonta.e.ete.hetllrt
4 Retracting Opticlin. Molasses, Illinl and Climax Flour, I

?Pm LEY mad l..... tin |....... A {" -"* .,,';?13; Graduate of ParIs (France) and Philadelphia.! tie (i Baylels Delicatessen, German-Ameri- '
: r. Send 'ollr"n's '1' ...... ...pi..... .tdeenm } J Rt9ti ehoto 9I aph,
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', :alt era,ma. ,::':' ae..re.t 4' t 'J.lyI 0 d Yrnnrv BiiUdtag! Tenawola( Fla. \ can Food Company's Canned Meat,
t Book! store (!Arles\ L Bites C..,Lba ..ri :l"Jl r
:\ll.l w 1 ] J....... "o), \M1XAT10S FREE. 204!{ S, Palatox Street. i Etc., Etc rt

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THE DAILY NEWSi PEN8AOOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL tO. 1901




DO YOU GET UP SUCCESSFUL SMUGGLER. I| PLAYS AND PLAYERS. AN OLD ADAGE


WITH A LAME BACK ? The Scheme lie Worked to Deceivethe There are four Jewish theaters on SAYS, Curse

Cnitonu Official. I j tie lower east side of New York city.

"There is money in sniugjrlinjr.; said ilga: NetheiNole has lad: made an 'A light purse Is a heavy curse"

Kidney Troctle Makes You Miserable. j the retired! dealer in precious stones ns V ci 1' iptation of Uichrpin's "Le Masque., Sickness makes a light purse. I

Almost everybody who reads the news- he leaned back "but it is dangerous to In the newest and most popular melodrama 1 The LIVER is the seat of nine
the bu"ine-s, as possible) sus1petts : I DRiNK
papers is Kir to know of the. wonderful carry on Like on tbe Paris boulevards the subject tenths of all disease.
cures mace by Dr. a:... {'/I rf fully wuubcd and. if nee I i I
I Is child murder.
L_ ; t Kii-T.er's,c:,' traced till they are finally I
i -mot, essnry.
I : = % Comet G.OrgeIt'xandl'r, the eminent English -
f! j the great kidney, }liver caught.; However. 1 knew one man a
IJ [I and: bladder remedy who pursued tLe trade of diamond actor will not come America, it
: the lull'sgo sPills CURED
sky comes L')
I fl l' = It is the great mediC iI i- smuggling for fifteen year: and was %, the star of health is said until the autumn of 1904.

J .:: caJtrill.'I1ph of tae nine- able to retire! to respectability He weak and George W. Monroe will supplement"The WHITE RIBBON
\ fj\, teenth century; discovered : famous remedy \W\wear Doings of Mrs. I'uoley" the coming REMEDY
of the businesshouses
] "'[ was buyer for one large; : despon- ,
after
: years of doesforthestom- \\w\ dent with "Widow Dooley's to the root of the whole mat
"' in New Yolk and his business dyspeptic, season
I\ 'j'j scientif.c; j jsent .
research .
; ach that which it 1.0 taste A'ooilar ( 'n
I uj 0#' >sjj Dr. Kilmer, tile temiy him to Iurore two. three and i i unable to do for 1 curing tom alls h Dream." ter, thoroughly, quickly safely vatertta or coffee wilt,, it ,..

-- Went kidney and bladder sometimes four tiaies a year. Every itself even if but s trouble,ac and Grace George probably U the only and restore the action of the Wbltv Ribbon KcnifCy: w[ *

-- specialist:! ani: Is I time he returned he bad with him from j slightly! disordered \'. dIgesUvoThis actress In this country who has appeared LIVER to normal condition. tbedieaiM arprtiii fom ''>''!">

-U1 wonderfully successful: in promptly: curing jl.' th) to yjaink' ) worth of gems which or overburdened. \\ ", isordcra. In none except: plays by American lantswnetberth.i>briati>, a upplHr p ,"tirir.itni I i-, "1*::
lame back, bladder! acid Give tone to the and M ''
kianey : uric troubles be did not declare. dramatists. system drunkard. Imno.inli>foraiiii *
: and Eright's Disease: ,which I is: ue worst I' J I W. B. appetite for ah-oh-llc i: "? ...t.a'H.
form cf kidney trouble.: "His trick was perfect simplicity I Kodolt\\ The Holy City a drama by solid flesh to the body. White Ribbon Hfmedy. "rIndorsed a
combined with lu.lIi"us l oldness. His i Hurst founded on the biblical story of
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root is not recommended by Mrinbeiti
f everything but if you have kidney Lair was: scanty and l at the top of his supplies the natural IU 1does 1\\ Mary Magdalene, will be produced Take No Substitute.- nf W C Tr
Mrs. >
fiver cr bladder trouble: it will be found t bead Le bad a mo-t delightful little I'I'I Juices of digestion and I,aa shortly by Thomas W. Broadhurst.At : men's Christian M< Orft..prpes supin\ ..

just the remedy you need. It has been testedin I bald spot. Customs officers as they I the work of the ''l'' Autoine's, in Paris, recently gala: .._-. ---- -- turs, ('ftlif.rnm.T..mp..ra"i, ? .
so in hospital work, in all knew him. and i stomach, relaxing the p\ V\ hlt. Ribbon Keniedy nr v. ''?
many ways private: came and went as i i\\ \ performance of "La Bonne Ksperance": drunkard-,and theruri.. ,, a:tIn
practice, among the helpless: too poor to purchase : I they knew bini be bad a most pro- '! nervous tension, while \ ) realized a fat purse for the starving Makes a Clean Sweep. many ca*-. tli. Uem:, ,.. -'-'
relief and has proved so successful in wen where his! other acquaintnoun.t.1 ,' the inflamed muscles \ I 'It' \' sardine herueu on the Brittany: There's nothing like doing a thing crptly. 1 cbforfully re ",
and membranes of that \ ri1 dorso White liiblxin KHMI. "
that t t
every case a special arrangement : steen 'i'I
I\ "
I ances saw a bald spot. That wen was coast. thoroughly.! Of all the Salves you our l'nlon are ilehs'c' **
made by which all readers of this: paper organ are allowed to \ *
I a work of art. made of wax and ;jrum. ever heard of Bucklen's Arnica Salve raical treatment! to aid :,.
and heal. It
who have not already tried it, may have a rest cures i \ auc0 ork." '
I sample bottle sent free by mall: also: a bock ; ai.d it contained two or three big stones: j ji indigestion! f.atulence, : I 11' For Over Sixty: VcarttMM. i is the best. It sweeps away andcures .
about and how that world have been a I J.J for the I palpitation of the heart II PruggUtsor by mail s
telling more Swamp-Root ta i 4tree
WILLOW'S PooTHixti
STRVP bat Hums Sores Bruises, Cuts, Dolls,
f.nd cut if you have kidney or baddertrocbe.: : men' on the jiier. I j nervous dyspepsia and \ I,i by writing Mrs A. M Tovmsend fcr
When ; this all stomach troubles by been used for over Sixty years by milllonsol Ulcers :Skin Eruptions and Tiles. It'" II
writing mention rsaaing generous "The Tied dar; that be bad just lit I, years secretary of a Wc.tianj c

.1 ffr in this paper: and :-.\"'" and allowetl tu ?" out held a fnor:: (', cleansing: purifying and mothers for their children while teethlnr. only 23c, and guaranteed to give sin Temperance Union ,.. irrt-
; Tr
-:, your adcress to { "'" ...... ;; 1 aid sewed in the handle of the grip strengthening the glands, \ with perfect enca' -8. soothes tbe childI satisfaction byV.. A. D'Alemberte, <'lo'l:
.
_ jmu&Co..E .."......; membranes of the stomach ;1st, Boston, Mass. *<> ,;r
::,--on.r: : N. Y. TheJ .g ; +' ;1: that he carelessly tinned over to the and digesuve organs.pdoIDyspepsiaCurc. I I .oftens the gains.alleys 011 a.ln.enr"s wind druggist 11! S. Palafos: street. Hannah Hros,Sl N. fats
iu>j : .
r"itj.ar f fv rent and nim.-nf s .m?-P.uot. I I I II --
..:. ; them. He never varied the trh'k.I It will! \ relieve the little sufferer 1mDindiattily. You --- -
: ;:.r sizes are sola: by all good cngg.sts.make poor want a (rood rin tuner to I
and he never lost. l'urh: trip was wortha "Better out than:
] Hold by Drcggists In every part stay in Pen?acola. still you hold r
In't any n lt.nbut: re- couple of hundred dollars to him anda I at the world. Twenty-five cents & bottle bick your ordfr. Send it in. I have I that you notice T

,'" rnber the nanie, Swamp Rfxjt. l>r.iliiirr's great mat y hundred more to those | B! tare you astor"M ts.Winslow'g SootbngSyrap had 20 v -ars' experience and have and all out, take II!

\\ :S :uii Hot;;, arrl the adIinghaIllltJn who emplojul him. Now, that man Your Dealer tan Supply l Too. ,' and t..ltA no other kiud. worked in several piano: factories. I
honest., He I, Bottles only. $1.00 Size holdlre: 2'{times Orders left at Johnson's book store
:\. Y coiisiilerwl himself: strictly
; -s on c'rjI' the trial s:e.which sells for SCc. will Malta-Vita, Shredded
would not steal a cent from an hullridual j Try The News' WANT COLUMN. be attended to. I vV it S.
"1C. Prepared b} E. C.DcWlIT 4 CO.. COICACO. CH \V. Pit .
CS. cuits
ESSLEY.fl. and
: yet be schemed and plotted to Force With C'eJr a b

,1' rob tile gUH'I'I.I1J\'ut.-"ew York I'ress. PENSACOLA BUGGY WORKS.A Oman's.

I __..

i MAKING FORTUNES.The Ii i DiuiiliiK For Kauri Gum. John Sheppard, Hargis Pharmacy reporter in his morning rounds BTOZ'l.X.11..

The ordinary method of searchingfor Sidney Kahn. leer,the it0 Kti 9sa Iiaia JSaiis, & CREX GRASS FURNITURE FC*
: dropped into the above establishment
101I")' of the Market \i.t For THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND
EE3;
kauri in New Zealand is by tlutazeof
gum -
the Man \\ltli and found workman
II Theory. every busily engaged
I first, feelluR for it a little below the aernine iiH of Chrr''rriuth.Absorbent t' ( ROOM, AT MARSTON i QUI AS.
rortua-'s have !een made in tho Cbi- even the proprietors, Messrs
i surface with a steel pointed piece of gauze is virtually our old
i on'o: :; hoard of trade not l IIJ men whoentertd H. II. Spitztr and Charles LeBaron -
i and then digging friend cheesecloth and
iron called a "gum spear" ( although one

as the to market its course with' which a I'rl'l'?they u'in,1thl..r.r attempted it out with a spade. A skillful and may prefer it antiseptically prepared, were'pressed into service such being WICKE & CO.

I industrious digger clIIearn as much as as for surgeon's use, it is as well to the volume of work for immediate at
to make good through thick
ninl thin, but rather !
ill .4 thinps M they eauie, wntching the I even children can earn a few shillingsa is all one needs usually. Tb* new and repair work from the heaviest I Plumbel Gas and Steam
a '; but, as the gumfields offer a refuge plain cheesecloth makes excellent paLtry Fitter
drift shaping their way: fmm day to float, to the lightest and most artistically ,
: for all sorts and conditions of men, towels for the waitress much bet ,
like
d.iy prudent merchants uccurdin finished buggy. Two of the
many who are old and infirm resort to ter than stiff crash. The cook uses It
.
to the current.This I orders now being completed will attract No. 6 South Palafoz Street
IZ is ci.nfusins to the notor them and HO the average earnings are also for straining jellies sauces and
reduced .n 15s.; !2 week. The gravies and makes towels of it for attention when seen on the All .
aid the novice ah.io shears conies iu to or a pol- Kinds oi: Plumbing; and Gas Fitic?? Materials Ee? o: Par

h; with i gum is used principally in the niauu- isLins kitchen utensils.NO streets one being a handsome furniture "ELEPRn
Sometime
t a preconceived theory. 1t21KNR"mlA II'
with 1 fndure varnish, but it is also found van. the other, a light delivery
ado a youu; mnn a large;
bole, :i moderate furtune and coiisiilerl : useful for many other purposes, suchas wagon tone in panel work. -

il le social i-re-Hse was shown tl.e dressing "glazed" calicoes etc.-Lou- BAD TASTE. Some of the rCf'ntVorl;: thai re- SAMUEL CHARLES
9
: don HEPATICURA taken In little F
dtlI enormous I..> ..iliihties! in iKvemlxT Times. a fleets great credit upon the concern ,
1 ]looked water is almost tasteless. Childrencan .: i
It !
pork. absolutely onivindiiir.li'it .
fj the Coats and
are delivery I
;t u a h<- -caie; in>!i a ;great packer with The Suburban UillU. take it as easily as adults. Thereis wagons I BDDT AND SHE MAKER
just turned oat for Mr. Laz Jacoby ,
} They were suburbanites and they put
r/ \vhoia !he had a !inr-onal ne.iuintance.Y absolutely nothing bitter about the
"-s the parker thought well vtj at breakfast when u letter was band Their finishing room is filled with .L REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT
; :; very taste nor that sickening sweetness.It :
.#/ a >rk-w.is Imjln,; it. in fact Tlnw(1itil.ly ed to the mother, w bleb she read with positively does not gripe or irritate I work to be done, and material to be I .... ;: iJ Wholesale and Retail Dealer: in Shoes,; Leather & 1 I- ? l6i;
: a,< .un'" the Y"UII1110111 boiidit. | rapidly Increasing consternation.: 'l Low iisi-d in the repair of an old burry or
11 ui.i-peakably dreadful1': bile exclaimed. a delicate stomach, and ita laxative THOMJ: BU. Wi !>'OI'TIIt.U'OX HTKKKT.: :
f The uarktt! went his way. and he : the building of a new one. This department -

i VII? oiiit! more. Then the market turned.Tl.e "Cecilia llodney's entire family has effect is easy and natural. All these is in charge of an experttrimmer.

} youn man reviewed his conxincInjj l Wen practically wiped out. Her mother good qualities combined In a medicineIs J. E. DUBUISSOX ? BROTHER
has died, and her father, her brother c ,
: statistics rftineml>ereil the words of sure to please. That Is why it has
and her all in the In consultation with one of the proprietors
the pucker' and stood stublxirnly : cousin same :OUNKK
, ulonIII" so many friends. Sold by all drug TAIUIAGONA 1TKMKNCISTKKK1S,
i line. When he was ettinir near t.. mouth:' it was developed that the

i the cud alf Us iuarjin he was Imrri- i Ethel (four years: old who In her b'ranch of their business to which theyare Dealers in

ar Red: to learn that hU friend tli. packer i brief career has experienced all the gi\irig special attention is horse

,i>tt had shifted to the other side of the ,I joys and woes of the suburbs-Did the gists.Pretty shoeing. They Lave a man who 5e Choie Staple and Family Groceries, lOur .<

market two weeks liefore. HP visited cook die, too, uamtml-Ifarper's: Mag
thoroughly understands his business
azine. Good lire Received Fresh Daily They are ton many to (ennuie'i'i:
hint nenll'-d their ,
conversation and and they guarantee to shoe any horse and are Warranted to be the Best the Market Atlord and can be

c m explained:: the situation. Tin packer: to prevent, interfering and ask that Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given in During th
A Convenient ('OD t'I"Dt'e.
, tare'I. "1 >" yon ineun jou'vo lawn Holidays and will Deliver Free to any fart of tbe City.
lij,4;, IIIII.1iu,1"> li.irrels of pork all this "I dvu't'c! he has any con Easter any animal thus troubled be broughtto

time':" he .demand. "Ves," said the science nil." them. If they can't stop it they COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION

+ AOUIIJ mnuami I haM- it )I.t. Now "'Oh, yes, he, has." say they \\ill not charge for the work. p- Box328'

) it '.:It can 1 d., with itT "I doll Not much of a ('lItJ." J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.,

:i o\v," said the packer: "unless you \o; not much of a one, of course. CardsLI! PHONE 66.

', I .u eat it."-Will Payne iu Cei.tury. Iu fact, it's of such trifling Importance I F.n.U1ilv Oroeor..
OPERA
1 i that when lie beats some one out of !I I i HOUSEJ.

I '1'rit-k.a uf 1'arli ( al>iiirn. $li att he can square things with it by'contributing !'' Every Color of the Rainbow. .

Paris is full of l'l.I.ttc'rfl'it coins and R.MJ: to charity. Still It'si Especially the vivid handsome cob II ,J.1.: COI:, Manager. A. M.5 Av'ery

1(11 Ue catmien make use of them quite iniiiOisy. ,i i acoustkua-C'hictgoI'o.t. that ._._- -- _._-- -
ors, symbolize the spring.It's ,
f I tl g. You tale a two franc nacre
:\IOHT
A ride, an'l v.lien: yell reach jour hotel a pretty custom to remember : 0"1.APl (SUCCESSOR TO AVERY t 'WOOLFOI.K.
Mental Treatment of a M-If. 14
I r 'JTI-iI|:: ..\
your friends during the beautiful! .
in the df Least
Tuti ireuTOMiy your lluslund-l; you thInk! that you Faster season. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OFHARDWARE
l. Five: the abn.an:: :: francs. are ratLer unreasonable to expect' met I I -

t Y'.u have just p>t witl'ia tn' vetilule to take yon to a ball, stay awake until Those cards will help you to do it i: THE BIG MUSICAL COMEDY

t : wln>n you notice the cabman has 4 o'cloi and then get up at S to go to! well. | ,

followed yens li.v work They run in style from the simplest
-
He ap.l lu ize<. but the! coin liavopeu I I I THE IRISH Iron, Nails, Axes, I Khovf I K M w ;Mill and :' >atSupplies
;: you \Vife-I may \\x> a !little! unreasonable, to the most elaborate and aJ: i;

him l Is bad. You look at it. Ye, lut it's perfectly brutal of you to men- bear verses expressive of the time. ; Cooking and Hejtu.g.'Stoveo, Paint, Oil-
Window (Mass. Guns Pi-tols and Tackle.
I it is Ladit f is ftdthlns but a bit: ofIrtUl. lOll it.-New Ylrk"l'l'kly.. Fi-hini
The Prices are quite reasonable, PAWNBROKERS.
| .. Agate and Tinware ana llwisel'iiriiishiniAGENiFOR :; (HIOtl,.
from 3c to $1.00. I
You are: pretty ert.i in your mind : 1)n hanger. II 1 -
With the Farce Comedy Htar Triumvirate 19' BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL CO.Ml'ANVW
n that it isn't the coin you ave the man ;; ''I'" you think there is any danger of We have a nurubtr of little things -

-which in iiinet-t.i.e! eases out of a''': An.erica beins dominated! ; suitable for Hasten Pr:cents too. II i Revere Giant Htitched Belting Northampton Emery
by KureiieV j I Wheel Co., L if tin & Rind Powder Co., Johnson's Kal-
1 I liuiuiml! it i'-n't-but you don't care tot :i ihai.'srle I "No. sir. answered Mr. Min-kton | .
Sullivan and Mack ; )mine, Iron Kin and Buck Stoves and RangeVtn
in' ln.ti'l tonidor and U' sul>- i with e\traordinary: emi>ha..,!is; "nut so I Ij Coups &; Co.'g Raw Hide Lace Leather, Maeury'd

# jrdeil lo the iunoiulnioiis: glance.of j Ions as eminent Iur"I'auli| continue to J. M. OOE'S I AND Made: Railroad Colors.

other folks as a foreignerho ;Drivesjxior marry American girls." ,
I Masonic Temple 3 Flu-
rr-'iii cab drivers bad tuOtH') So I I .Mazie Trumbull Pensacola.

you Like Ili' I lit i f lead and give a ? >."! | BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER r -

ii.iit.if. II THE BLOOD ,! 25 PEOPLE 25

I ( I c-our-e t'.e cabman h::< cluaz f Cannot remain pure if the liver is'inactive7"One 203 South Palafox Street, POSITIVELY TIME TABLE.

the c\.In. You gave biiii a 1'l'rf'I'
function of the livens PENSACOLA, Fla. f I A COMEDY FOR NICE FOLKri.:
goi-d tl-n: >e franc piece nt the t.t.irt.wbii II LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
to filter the I
i impurities out of the
b be has! in bis 1"1'1\1'1. ar.il be ba< Prices:-2J; W. 7oc; and M. IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. 1IW1
MnJTe'l you i i'o: ::!\.::::: him anotlu-r n; '! blood. Malaria! or other germs and __

.', (nines in evhanire for :1 us'I,-:;" bit of I poisonous matter cannot remain In Chris Thiesen i New Orleans and Mobile.

lead. To vKitoM to Paris let this l be f1warnin the? system when the liver is actlva }5M -

? So.S.0.6.. I NO.I No.I. jJo.l. yat
:: HF.PATICURA I
the best liver tonic. 7:15. 12:1S m Ili6 p Leave. Penecola.Arrive 6(10 a I 4m p Ml
II) ). it ut II Le..on.t It will aid the hvu in its work of CORNERilNTENDENCIAANDBAYLENSTS. I 8:5'a J-.ST p I 1ll'1a Leave. Klomatoa_ Leave SSS a 2lllJp :ill.tl
'One of our cars ran over another 11:0) a 4::!'.' p I' 2:55 k Lave.LfHTH.__ Mobile __.._ Leave IfIII n'LI 12 IS n
lUau last nicht.! annomnTd the super- elimination; it will tone up the blood :; ; .... .... at: )n 7i:: a : .N.w OrJpan" Leave ":''IJ p | 7:!) I ::.

I i and keep it normally alkaline. It is : North.
intcndent the best blimd purifier and constitution t! One Block West of Palafos. -
\\ replied tie president "a fh'r -
No. J. No. .. 1
awhile the tunic will learn that the builder to be had. Sold by all KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF L Itu6pm 12:1p m Leave_ I'eniscola _Arrive 4:00pm No. I ft No..( 1111snam

only! safe place I is alxunl the car and druggists. S:51pm ArrtTe, Montgomery.-.Te 1IIlam: iH.pll

tl! it .". certs is a small price to pay fl.r1'.1. 11:5 am 9W pm Arrivel5irminghamLeave 8:213am'plll,
7:05pm 8IOa m Arrive .N&.ovdleLaave
s.i-tv.-l'hicai.'o: 1 j 1 J::J) I m ;131 m Arrive ..Louhvllle! _Leave ililfp'm6UO: 1.S III
CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S PUREST 7:20 am l1Slaam ArriveClnclnnatl_Leevl p m4:15pm n "Pi

I LIQ11ORS'FOR TM: m lahpm Arrive:.;.._.Ht. Loan ..Leave_ !. iJ
'
1 Robbed the Grave. :No.3u :South Palafox street, for your ;
PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
electrical work. He is
narrated prepared to rte't _
I A startling incident:: is by
do you a flrst-cla job at moderate I No. 81-Dally 1 Jo.1-D.11yNoatop i where time not ibown No. J-lJalJ1 So.n-14
John 011of 1'hiladelphia as follows -- -
1
prices. Phone 203. 11:M p m 7:80: a m 'Leavt_ Peniaeoja._ArrlTt.M. 10:50/ p m ft.1IaI P"i.m
: 'I was in aa awful condition 12:15 algbt 7-1J Uobemla_ los '

My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine Family or Medicinal Use UO"12:21":: 7:14 7:18 "" "" __ YnleitraEicambla__ "" loan 10:14"" 6.M eJI.
9
A PLUNGE 12:SS: f:26: Mnlat 10:21" ( *
tutgue coated, rain continually! inbacr oysters today. Try them. 12fI1j" 7Jti ___ Harp __ .0 10:11 ..1
12:00" 7. 6.27
-IS _
: GltCItJ 10:16
JOB
and Fides, no appetite: growing NIC APOSTLE. Into the suds at our Laundrywill 12:611": ';till ___Milton" 10:10 t.n .a
i I 1SO a m. _Good Kani_ 4.U ..
weaker day by day. Three physicians : not harm your clothes, but will 1:56: !1l5 __. HoltiMllligan__ tiii 4.16

had given me up. Then I was | NAVAL 8TOKKS l1A1tK '."r.I The Sailor or Lan man. make them fresh and spotless. Our: JS 2:81"" 8:118 1:10: "" "' _Crestview.0:11__ PS0 "" 4 411:'Hi: .M

advised to use Klectric Hitters; to I work Is always well done and our dealings 1:00" 844: Deer.. Land., 8M I U .
Reported Dally for The New If .1*
| bJ 1:111" 9:11 ._ Mour Head 1:40 I
my great joy, the first bottle made
a honest. If you are not suited .:-OI If ':88 .D.Fnnlak15pnllll. 8:18 J" .
decided improvement. I continuedtheir j Union Naal Store Go.BORIH. Swedish Punch Danish iquaril, come to us and get a few measures of .:18" 8:44 __ Arrylt._ T:44 ,.11
If 1.11
:to' 147 __Ponce d* Leon._ ffi:
use for three weeks and am i 'lW ____.13 IJO H._ __12.0i German Kummel and other brands satisfaction. 1:00" 10:10 ___WeitTilleCarjvllle__ ':1' 1.J4 a.
of imported Wines and Liquors. 6:08" 10:16 If __ fill I."' ..
now a well man. I know they robbed i Wa-____ a 45 G._._ __ 910 I.a" 10S If _____Bontfa7__ ':66" 1 tT
A
the grave of another: \ <'tim." Xo N--.,..-_ S 35 _____ 2031 Here only you vill find the N. C. STAR ,. 10:47 .. _thlpley_ *'JS1 '' !.'l4
__..__ LAUNDRY CO. Ill I' 11:01' __Cotwnlale__ 1:11" 1e' boa
E.__ ._.2O5 Bowen Kentucky Whiskey, 24 e
one should fall to try them. Only 30 rears ';00" 11:25" U ___Marl nna 1:00" 1:;.4
K __ 1 o D.. .._ 2 0.iI old. ':10" 11:44": 6:8IJ II flab as.
cents!, guaranteed, at W. A. DA'emI __ .__ 2 l': c:6:;betow__ 200 Valhalla Branch W. INGRAHAM, Prop., 1:10: If 11:61 II _Grand Cprell Ktdge_ 6:112" Il:i
i berte's 1:1 S. Palafox street. T atTIt TCBF NTI.&-:'> corner Garden 11:611" li:06 noon ___ Hneadi ____ 61" I'.J.
street and 10th avenue. Phone 1H..372 E. Garden St. :11' U:14" Arrtf._Blr r lonctlon _Lean 6:10 ,. !,.1,




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THE DAILY NEWBi PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL 10.1903

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SHUSHES OUT KNOWING FIRE HORSES.How ThE MEALS BY WHOLESALE. REMARKABLE CURES ,11t4 ti : '

CLEA.8ING CATARRH k

They Learn to Start With the AND DE\L'NG EztenilTe Kitchen Arrangement of Are
Being Made Daily Free of Charge jjti
Jigger mad Get the Swing. Ly the Modern Hotel. ,
LIFE CURE KOU.ilj'jCreaiBalm $ by the Red Cross Who II
Physician,
.
THE The intelligence of fire horses Is well The kitchen arrangements of the
Are Located at 111 West Chase '
known. A most
knowing animal of
CATRR8 modern hotel are on the first basement
TV. cost loathsome and repulsive of all ;:t" this kind is described by :Sewell Ford floor. There is a chef but so far as I Street-Services for Three Months j 3 ?

,;*"< tf'r.-'S' is the serpent, and the vilest and. ** pf in "Horses Xiiie." The author says of u could see he does not cook. lie i is simply Are Given Free to All Invalids Who j -

'.T-...r!':l disz of all human diseases is Contagious Blood Poison. The him: a captain of the !se\enty-fi\e! other Call Upon Them Before April 21. 4t
% its far.gs into the flesh and almost Other things besides mischief however : :
t sinks instantly the poison passes (cooks who work in tHree relays of .
er.tire body. Contagious Blood Poison had Silver learned. ZMJT: and A staff of eminent physicians and i
pleasant
V..the beginning with a little Chief of these weuty-flT: ach. There is no range. '
,3 contaminates every drop of blood and spreads throughout the was to start with the jisger.; Sleeping I :x nJurtou> use. Contain*drult. \\), t'" but a !solid bank of broilers! -immeuNe surgeons Institute have from the at the Red urgent Cross Medical solicitation L 9 2: -

ten. Painful swellings appear j in the groins, a red rash andre or waking, lying or standias. the sum I U li gridirons, beneath which! are the fires of a large number jf patients mi'i'4 : i 9

\
.ted. and the hair and eye brows fall out; but these symptoms ease to tense, rapid action never : (t pens and cleanses tne Nasal ragbag's bread and i>,(lOO rolls required daily a ptrmanent branch of the Institute 14

red to the wretchedness and suffering that come in the latter failed to find Silver alert As the hal. Allays Inflammation. Ueals and Protects the: chef does not worry Lis mind over in this city at 111 West Chaso P5 '

,J."e.:!, sea-se! when it attacks the bones and more vital parts of the ter shank slipped through the bit ring I tile"o.Swell.Iembrane Urgn. liestorea size :\4jc.the at Irugglets Sens* of Taste or by the patent cutters and mixers and street. m -i,.

r"r: that Contagious Blood Poison is seen in all its hideous. that same instant found Silver gathered malljirmlBizelOcbymall.; ovens and staff of bakers; needed to The eminent gentlemen have decided tti]

: 'ting abscesses and sickening ulcers and tumors show for the rush through the long 56 Warren ELY street.New IKOTHER<5,York. supply the simple item of brwij or concern to give their services entirely free ;, i-s. '

t .. corrupted and poisoned, and unless relief comes soon narrow lane leading from his open stall: himself with the quahJ* of the for three months (medicine excrl>tE'd), J4f '

..c:-1"s ... tightens its coils and crushes out the life. The only to the poles, above which like great ---. -- --- l.luO pounds of butter that are each to all imaluls wlo call upon them for!: t
: :; ful virus is S. S. S. couchant waited the harnesses treatment between cow and April 21st ii Jj.
a:.'. f"r u It is nature's remedy, composed spiders. The WordVIfe.." day required to go with it. : These services consist not only of con- -I j3' 4
entirely of vegetable ingredients. S. S. S. pendent on the hanger rods. I must not forget the item of eggs. I
What do you think the beautiful sultation-i, examination: and advice, but t I i
destroys every vestige of the poison. purifies the Owe under the harness Silver was word "wife" comes from? The great Eighteen! thousand are required every also of minor surgical operations. Theo .

blood and removes all danger of transmitting the like a carved statue until the trip strap value of the Saxon words is that they twenty-four hours. Roiled eggs; do not ;ect in pursuing this course Is; to q[

awful taint to others. Nothing else will do this. had been pulled the collar fastened meau something. Wife means "weaver. get overdone. They are boiled by clock become rapidly and personally acquainted j4 I -

Strong mineral remedies like mercury and potash and the reins snapped in. Then be ." You must either be housewivesor work. A perforated dipper containing with the sick, and afilicted! 'h I

n the SntCS( and drive in the disease, but do not cure permanently. wanted to poke the i>oles through the house moths remember that In the the eggs drops down into the water. and under no conditions will any ( t 1.

1. {fLt oar home treatment book and write us if in need of medical doors. so eager was he to be off. It deep sense, you must either wea'ew'u's The dil'Pl.r'sockwork\ Is set to the charge whatever be made for any services : j -

'!cec"l information. This will cost :you nothing. was no fault of Silver's that his team second and when that final second has rendered for three months to f I t tI
iv... fortunes and embroider them or : m-
all who call before April 21st. The _
could not make a two second hitch. expired the little dipper jumps up out .
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLAMTA. 64. feed upon and bring them to decay. doctors treat all forms of diseases and ; j r
With the first strain at the traces hisimpatlenee of the water and the eggs/ ; are ready
Wherever a true wife comes home is deformities and guarantee a euro in It i j u -
--- -- ---- -- died out. A sixty foot truck for delivery. There are wen wlio do j I.
always around her. The stars may be every case ...ey undeitake. At the 4 'f.
CHOICEST : stnrts with more or less reluctance but over her head the glowworm in the nothing else but fill and watch nndeml.t first interlew a thorough examination 1 jj fl cL 4 ,

when once the tires caught the cur night's cold grass may be at the fire at )' these dancing; dippers and it is made and, if incurable you are 4'' jj i- .

-OKIS BOWRTHE tracks Silver knew what to pxpt>ct. lie her feet but home is where she is, and seemed to me great fu n. 'frankly I told so; also advised!" against flj t.1 iI '

and histeam mates could feel Lanni- for a noble woman it stretches far : On another part of this floor is the'1 I peuiins: money for useless: treatment '? 4 .

'!r SI!! CONFECTIONER f[ gun gathering in the reins as thoughfor around her, better than !houses ceiled dbhwasling i : where great galvanized :| Male and fcraale 'xeakness, catarrh j'[. 'J 1j4' .
f! a full stop. Xost came the whistle with cedar baskets lower the pieces Into various and catarrhal deafness:' ; al.o \ariocele, I 1
shedding its iuiet life for ,
it fetrrnt l rcirilar lietltLy morpmrnt of the '
yon of the It their towtU -.cry '.Jay )ju're iii ur "nl be. kcrpoui whip. swept JVTO S those who else are homeless. This I Solutions of potash! and clean\ rinsing j rupture goitre, can
bowcln,jxn.an.lt.n .ell. Fjrre.ln the thniecf vioW I eases of the rectum are positively! i'
flanks that
it
so quickly was practically nil hot that the
water burning
-\T- nt |.i.l|otionli dn..ruu." The smooth believe is woman's true and so I
| hyMCor place pow. :0 hi' ; ) "
i
tot u"cd. must 11 rf. twuv: )oL' U1 u.o buc. one stroke for them all. At the same dishes dry instantly without wipintf. cured by tbeir new treatment.:
Il..c anU cli.au u ta take er.-Iluskin.! I Their chief nss'cate surgeon of the r, ?ti j 4g.. I.
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C.APOSTLE'S. moment Lannipm leaned far forward Sixty-file thousand pieces of chinaware -
CANDY I '!institute will be in personal charge. r :
and shot out his driving arui. The When "MaLIiiK; Over." are cleansed in a day and an almost Offices 111 West Chase. h '

1 4 r'r"vit"I Jld.hk"! "$ reinsent IHOM" their heads went forward If a bodice\ is to be"let out' to make equal quantity of silver. All I Office! hours !9) a. m. to 7; p. m.: Sundays I. I ,

.1. 'I and as if moving on a pivot, the it larger: always baste the goods at toM. there are 3m) employees in the : 10 to 1. ,- ts -' '
three horse. I kitchen departments of this huge living -- : '! ''
r-. i .v.t iiostinrantrttatici leaped as one each side of the underarm seam and i
Left to themselves each horse woullllla'e i ut the shoulder scams. The seams h miclilm\: -Albert I'-igclow: i'aitie iu I I JIJ1: .

,i i r >f Pif\pple,; ILt. !l.7; leaped at a different Instant. It the material and that in the lining may World's \Vork.How NEWISGHEDULE. : .

n'l' nj was that one toucu of the lash mid the then I* ripped, iese\\ed and pressed j '- :: f

succeeding swing; of Lnniilgau's! bulk and the b.istinis removed. In this: way OF 'FP ,

,._... ... wlikli gave them the measure which the material cannOt slip out of shapeon to 'u..P ( b"l'l'P' nftnll'Ol. :.
., .
"' EAT JEM LIKE CANDY
.. <, set the time, which made it "siWe for If ImiiN: were dried r.nre carefully: .
: \ i tHIJ" I'utrnt. T te'o4. (lnOo"Ih.Ytr po the linin;. If a lined: skirt is to l lit STEAHER CAFTAN FRITZ ;: .
t'Ju'.nl. FaIattIe "
: 'j t11' t- ,,, \ hicki. WwUn. ..r (.rlH-. 10.!!>. and" real less than 4, 'r
:;)! I IA I bux.S. :AdlrrM rile fur tree (ample ,anil buoUtt<:JIIIRLINQ onaltk. I'I'I jump a fire ton truck up the street ata aruund the edge before the old binding! It i i" a geed plan to keep nn old I J. N. ROGERS: Manager.! t '...: .
T'! *". tiny Cajisules 3ircsipcn ir! BLJUIV Ct9PAT. ClllrlGOM %R W IOBK.K silk haudkerchu on hand and after I l
i four minute ilip.v is I
cut off. If the
ripped or skirt is '
,
f .4 1&tu: : of VX'ptJba, KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN' iiew-Iy faced the facing ..llImlllle, basted u-:ing the tnw( I to rub the hands lightly -1Thursday Leave Frefport Monday cud !;.' : m i.$ I .
Nt2 Inl Iiject.ILi !I. ; irorr.ing. ".
I r : with the h..mlktTchief. (:Jlyct-rin diluted '
APHORISMS.Cont'ntml'ut into place securely before the old : :
i
I Arrive at PCttacola Monday andThursday ,
1"r. la houri the .
cure 48 with is the satisfactory
j ro-.c\\at most ,
is off. Do '
binding ripped not remove nisht.! .f' i
w ICJC :1,'csues f lthout ''yrr& 1L.'t-' 3 He Best gives a crown where the basting thread until the new bindIng i-f all balms for tie thapixMl Leave Pensacola Tuesday and t" .. ,

h.P Y All ft: I [ lsr. ndgin's, for $c. fortune hath denied it.-I'ord.CoiKtancy is sewed into place.-Household.Cro handIf I the hands are badly chapped Friday night. .. :4" i'
------- the should U well .
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is the couii'lt'Uient of all ;sljeerin ? aj Arrive at Freeport Wednesday ;. ,
1'1,1 liefure going! to l>ed. An oM pair and saturday morning 4c
other human \'irtues- lazziu1. eraln Silk. .
at white kid gloves should! be drawnon _ _ _ I .'. ,
D. HALE WILSON He who will not take advice guts Gro grain silk sometimes horrifies its :
ni.d in the nioriiing the IJaiufulroUlml'Si j
knowledge when trouble o\erta'kes wearers by developing a shiny appearance .%. ,' MEN AND WOMEN. ,
him.-Kaffir. after very slight wear. This \z will! have: vanished. ,L-kr.a r,.iug(1 tar unnettirel :jI.
I I.C dtirhirtpiiiiiIfliflhtIOnI. 9 ii '
p
.y
Real Estate and Rental The more one speaks of himself the ('xl'laiu'tl1- silk manufacturers as OIat..4 irnutiuni ur vlcrraliont I ,
How Head ihalnii.isoad
Agent to string 5IiIOIVtCtT. cf nin con i membranM, .
less he likes to hear another talked feiJg> ; (':lIt>rd by the weavers 'oiling : : thalas are so popular the! !:edays p.tt.1ui.s PainlMi and not utrm "' t lj
of.-I.avatcr. their hauls to make tlicjn smooth sothey .. THItYA.SC14IMcAtCO. (eat or poi'onca.cIicINkA.n.o .
13'South: rakifov tn''t.rrLEFlIONE that a brleht. suggestion! for keepIng Sold by Druggtit :1 Li.s.
can weave faster. Tin practiceis ,
:
The readiest and urt"t way to pet tla't:1II \\el.vuieil\ by many. ; or ient ID plain wr rtr. .
not permitted but sometimes theforl'1r.m's t>T pr>" frrpaid. (jrtlOO. -. :
I'O.243._PENSACOLA FLORIDA! 1 rid of censure is to correct oursP's.I ) .- Strimg hen on tlie fine-1 liiWle strings; '? nrl I nttli 1(2 71.CircuUr : 1'
observation is end
eluded
.. ''WI.stLCl1l'oI. in"ti.i.l nfilk: thread and they will % aeut uaEflSYRUYa r.uet. ; .
t .'r- .. '.I' _" < > :"i' ,. 1'1 -," ,,' the 1:-.' of tl.e oil cannot: be tMetteJ .
&.I., 4--.-....'V... .-. ....... : f' '. fee*cry Character and personal force are the stand an ui.u-inl iMiiouut of we.ir aaJ ,I-- --- ----- -- -- -4 ., ,
r -" :.. ";...... -., r.. ; ,. ,"" e.# -, -.f/ __->./-7 .,.." "->. only estuicnts that are worth anjthinj. "- except by \wearing the silk. To T'mo,4)the tear l><-fere 1'1"\'a\.III\ :;. I r4. cqucHrs-rrps ;;LsH! S ;
unu eli-ouie ;!o-.s with a solution '
} sponge
; .-Whitman. BJLLS ,i
composed of salt in a proportion ___ I t .
'Tis not jour posterity. hut your actions I _4 .. tv.4ci.I.. ..... ".Iy, Cu..I... 1. '. I. ..
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of (no-half to the necessary quantityof A (;"a"ftl''ct rur lor I'l'.rn: si-F. 1.1 'ri.t 1 I.4Lt.rtti .
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Classified Ad iseineiits that willt'rll'tuate memorv. ( uitIU-i \ jour
ver ,. ,,, .... _: l4 ,
ammonia 1,1.1 1 0(
.lIutcLinsou. Itchlne, Piinl, IJlefdme! or I'rotrudins" '. .' .,. l 1 1I ,
I I ..,\j _-4":, "'"...".,... 'q.'..'., ..e. ...,. ati-.i.I....... 4 .
-------- i'alumny would! starve and die Pll.4. \.ur drucvist! ill refund youi I ... ,
soon 4K.r
I f 47t& : T< I *1 h.
ONE CENT A WORD. I of itself if nobody took it in and gave AFTER LA GRIPPE-WHAT? I mc"fT if r\7O OINTMENT: fails to cun! I, \ 'I_:" l'r" .'.'" 4 '
.-, i it lotl Lei Lton.t'nil.ty !\ i "' ..) ..... '.,10.11. .'. .. ..'.". ::1t 1
I a ;:it.jr.- ;; Unusually a hacking couch and a )01. Cl'nts I ." -.-" '.." '''" ". ..,.. -... '_. "
WANTED.WAXTCDTive : i< a charm that attracts the general feeling of weakness. often I I I 'U1i i' ;
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MUHE1 TO LOAN \ lo\e of all IIII'll. and too much I is bettor r .
:
leading to fatal results! after the patient 1Z ;
$ : it:
:: Cash Hoys at F. K.Planner's than to .show too little.-Bishop Home.IvnriT J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT. : ,rA ,: '
is supposed to have passed the ,if: < itM :
o (liable terms, aud Departn.ont:

WI and 105; South I'alafo*: street.Store I'i3 itVANTEIOrganiLers 1'111'''*'' I.iiiittnliitn*. danger point. Foley'a Honey and VAN PELT BROTHERS j i {f: ) ? { ::4.1 :

W r.VLLAKD, She was a doctof little girl. In !her Tar is guaranted to cure the "gripp ; ,

-. >, i ,fox Up-Stasr*. father's office slw had wen a nuuiborpf cough" and make you strong and : ; ,\\.1 t '

j W'i,' o.\, ;Manager.HEY : \ for an established IKIXCS which well. It never fails to stop a coughif ; ,
written "This
(III was ,
Fraternal Insurance Company !side up with care." In answer to her taken in time. Take no substi SIAPliE Ap FANCY GROCERs.( { ,1 :

TO LOAN with latest plans and business (Itiotion her mother had !said.: "You tutes. !( t; h

0 I' :- ''iorre, ;:, wagons; methods. La ge salarws paid see. when papa.: guts these IHJSOS IH' :' '
other kinds of good men. Write for full particu- dorsu't Know what is in them! and if SEE ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT SOL.IOMON'S. : FRESH LINES OF DELICACIES RECEIVED DAILY: AND DELIVERED .l 1 (v. ., ,

Cu uifc! >4 pri- Fir$. 11IR UNITED AMCR1CA.VS.: it is something that nilijlit break: it'' ANY PART OF THE CITf. .i(;: ,.l't'''. : .

\ .i i>y gj: irapteed. Warder wouldn't lt goo.1 for it to wt it upside: I 4t L J J.f 'f .
lildg., Washington, D. C. I The News 10 cents week, '
Try per .
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at. A. A. Fi-her. d\\.I. Have Added ta Stock a Complete Assortment of Anti-Rust Tinware. Positively ;'! : 4_ !
2ni U March :2Soaw4\v: %!!
The little girl pondere over it for Gjsr.-ntjed Not to Rust. This that ,
----- I : is Scrrething! Housekeepers w :. i ,
11"W!" : U. Men. --- some tinio. .\ few d.iys later sLe came have ret had the to Purchase Before. %f j '
WASTED 5 YOUXUIEX; I Opportunity J t.) .t
from
w \ 'dt.lnuP: \ to Escambia, County at once to to her mother sajins. "Mniiima, when Ti: 1Vit% t & if'' ; Us: .

j 1 I", rate of interest pare for Po-itioas in the Government pre-- O .t d made us did he put a sign on our I : n I & .: :
'I :' (lIice 112 and !Service. Apply to left sides that nays, 'This side up with VAN PELT BROTHERS : t >! ; !

'I i -tre -t.i Inter-ritate Corres. lust. carol' "Why asked the mother, m: 1.' i .
INSURANCE
Mi'c, \ \ I"" : -\i I> on unproved Cedar Itipidj, Ia.d smilliiff. "Because I heard papa tell < .tt.. {
TELEPHONE NO. 231 31 EAST GARDEN ST. JfJt l. : U*: :
'. .Ir.e: or small ---- --- .. w 1m homebody that it was bad for !'l'IIIto ANTi ( > -:
: Vo' i r.y: of interest.i I'or lit,-111.- --- lie oc tlwir left sides! '(,:\lhC it wouldn't I REAL ESTATE -

i H''i iuk. attorney --- lx good for their hearts and I know Doors and & 1

.w. 1:0:; l' .1.1rllX St., Fisher FOIl RENT-In opera house bnild- papa. doesn't know what is inside! us.-" No.I South Palafox Street. <

3ml inuo ii'g "ti ground llo.>r, one store and Little Chronicle. t : .

3l(' t \ you Let\! utticeou6ccoua; flwr, three fotlil't- Partial list of dwellings for rent In I fll\\\l\\\ \VindoScreens

:. .n borrow any _ _ (ekt() '1 hen slip Ilpniviulx'pfil.Near I various parts of the city:> '

a! w 'IJay on ea.1eL NICELY furnished rooms with bath the elevated road in 1'ark place J3U.; -Corner Bajlen and Cervantes HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF

t ,\ .' rate* anywhere IB n news and apple woman. She: is street. 2 story modern dwellingwith 1 THE PROTECTION AND liI 1
?1.50 and f:2.OO: week; with good ie1 r-
,
: roved realFiLtr absentmlndi-d. Also sympathetic.A I '
: city very igvir'.t. I i,
:. ,\ 2o4a S. board ?;;.00 week; central location ragged: street urchin ran UI to her. 9 rooms. -.l COMFORrTIIFAFFORD? tItIL At .
:3. Hast LaUua street 2! story '- t
1 12 -
IllUIf' 2C South Spring street between little has
$ar. he yelled, "your 110) i I
: "w-money; in- West Uoiaana and Garden streets. bcn run over by nIi I U;;: truck!" dwelling with 12 rooms. All'',' : I Get Prices Now. .

t, -, your property Transcient solicited. nil9-lm.: 'lwrp111're1? For poodni-ss sake, modern convenience, bath on. 44iI

f title, buy or where':'" shrieked the woman. ru,>hin ,: upper floors, corner lot, nice I'
l-HJlt I-iA.Ll;. '
,, :,it property of wildly! down the street she ran half a yard and shrubbery, ll.1a1LE0.
--'-- '
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ive rents colattended 1- FOR SALlLarge ice box suitable block and then stoppd suddenly.. outhouses, etc. stabll'S'I'
\ to, "!.ur.l. what an old fool I am!" she
i II >. c.'atou for saloon, grocery store or butcher have $23.;; -North Talafox street; a nice one 1
l! said to herself\ disgustedly. 1 no
.Ild Insurance; shop. In good order an-1 will be story modern dwelling with -
Ixt'ii inarrkL"Ih.aIItililt'
A little IM>V. I've never
..Kla. Charges Foid to make room for new tI1w.I the street unhin had stolen hard wood: floors, all modernconsciences. I I j4
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: .me who bnys ROYAL STANDARDUISIEY\\ {
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AS. _
Mil,;I lend money '1 I w S. A. FIUClnLX.I four apples nnd a bunch of grapes :

i i I.ou.-e. bd-tf -New York Tress.onilerfnl. t22.:& .-310' west Gregory street; 2! __ .

:t. 1 I I FOH:lots SALE-The nio,.t de=irnble: 5tory wellin'ith! 7 rooms. I Tiers Old, I in Cases cf t 4 Full gars! at S3.ZO f sr cn
M >. in the IH.00 "
j y ttriu: ;':. by \ \\ Iliirlinr.I'ujret .
r -.--. tIe: Fi-Ur Kt>ul Estate AIPllrv. $20.-:210: North Barcelona street: :2: j
.' Owneri ; Kound i is one of the finest harbors I
Keys.
:!'i,3L2 South Palafox. IS.lm' I dwelling with 8 rooms.
story
> HI', \ distilled at the Ntl-on Co.
tiling at this'. in the world if lit the fim>t-a ,
: rty and pavluill :I -- ---- deep bay over a hundred miles long $15.-311 West Garden street; 5 room _J_ Ky., Di-tillery, and i i- fully matured in woodbpfcre'bottlmjc. 1 !,y
I FOR SALK CHEAP.-Roll top desk it is absolutely! and not ex. j, 1 ',
pure
Iit[ ; cut off from the ocean by the mountainous cottage.
____ ( new. Leslie E. Brooks! Fisher .
F Ilinlding. I_ celled in quality by anyVhikey of the same age
Washing North Spring street: C room
western peninsula ( 15.313
: 23ml! m
Tt'rrior'i 1 m. no matter where prodncf-d. The Royal Standard ;
Call on P. M. FOR SALE, at a bargain-The three ton. The waters nearly everywhere are house; with gas. water etc. is eight years old when bottled, and, considering '* '
deep the shores abrupt and the tide Is street 6 is the in i
I .r :i and TalaUl $12.50.-417 East Gregory its excellent quality, cheapest whiskey ,
room house, new, and lotI:; feet moderate.\ Ships. may p> from Tacoma room :2: story dwelling. the market at that price. As u beverage, and as \;. t "

1w' front by 148 feet 6 inches located Alaska\ without inc i is better ..
-- deep, half way to Jta. an absolutely pure etimulant, there none .j'INLIWIfl

-. ", lig: Iluu..c-. at southeast corner Gregory out of this great sound stud its extensions \- U 12.30.-SvG East Gadsden< street, 5 Shipped in cases containing no marks whatever to i., 1I2 i.

E I -'- and "B" street. Enquire northward.-Kay Staimard Baker room rotta e. indicate content if purchaser upon examiningthe .
.- \ ; I"ISK at Wneeler on premIses in Oiitury. $U.-611 East Belmont street, ;5 room whiskey, is not satirfled with the quality he ..Jt .I.

l' Ethfr.1'la.Irs.. 122 13 street. cottage. I can return the same at our expense and money ,; ,
itre. All the :26mlw SPRING FEVERS. will be refunded. (
i b' "at $11.-700 East Belmont street, 5 should be either .'.
very reasona ---- ---- ------ All orders accompanied by j.ZIGITTEAU -
r, :-. tern[ tounH>l will ;\1 IMCI'IIflflCUIi4.ILALF'MANumbrellamaker,315. During! the cold winter months the rooms. currency, postoffice money order, bank draft or express iI .
--- -- ----
:. I. rl.ice: to spend a system is full of snap and vigor cut $12.-119! East Intndentia street, 6 elI- r1 r ; money order. We refer to First National PJ : -
__ .**"n. I2nlm Bank or merchant in Pensacola. .
__ South Palafox street. R .cover- L ar.y
; of weather produces a .
_ approach warm room cottage. :'j" d
.... jug; and repairing umbrellas and
\10\\ I.. I change; in the body-a reaction sets! $10.-126: East Chase street. 5 roomcottage. _.
t .. parasols a specialty. Silk covers
'. in. The liver bowels and kidneys 'l S. A. FRIEDMAN
I. t. tailor. ha re- always cn hand. Jan 3 : ., :

,: W.t Oovernmpnt Dresses"made"from 1.50 up. Other become sluggish, and allow an accumulation $ 9.-910 East LaRiia street, 4 room .' jJj:

:xpre-s (,m&, i of waste mater. The' cotta e. I bp SOLE PROPRIETOR, PEKSACOLA, FLA.
sewing as reasonable. 26 South
It' d to clean TF-
stomach becomes weak and digestion A large list of smaller dwellings as
Spring bEteen West Romana and }ij4
and Il'AI\tle- ( T. O. BOX: 418. TKLKI'HONE 179w
__ .."t*: 16j3-n GarJen streets. m9-lm impaired. well as a number of stores and of :_ i-s
-
.t -- --- -- HCPATICl'RA!! tone: up the flees for rent. .--- ,1 ---- t I 1sa .
.4 .
.J'to._ ___. _... MALE HELP WANTED WATSON & CO., _CA poM.A 1L1' t
li\er and bowels; remove the accumulation THOS. C. 1I IT handle every class; of Liquors sold Ie { -

::-IE-III1Uf.tC. Any person to distribute samples fortlallv of waste matter and you Leading. Real Estate, Rental and ': bulk or bottle wholesale or retail at prices thai i '
? 1.1: H.ur: (IOd1
i -p -
f:1": : I' If*. Hair: Oil. $.1. should address "Standard" wiil feel bright and cheerful. Sold by Insurance Agents, 1 South Palafox .f't are way:: down. .

ti '\ "''[jment street. Wells, Chicago. ..AS-lt all druggists. street I AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.VHIr5KEYi .! l.









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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA. FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL 10 1srs


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I IR1 and men of the battleship Iowa and to I LOCKOUT OF
TRAIN LOADS. DETAILED STORY OF
the families of those who were killed. A .!.


Mr. L. S. B. Hull, and Mr. Nathan I YESTERDAY'S HORRORON THE SGHEWMEN\ I (
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<:!.moc1.tea June 1.lOfli.EecelveiJ Dunlap of London are distinguished I .

cf Tie Southern :SUnuficturlng Co., ,I i iP 1 1i visitors in. the ctiy. 1 BATTLESHIP IOWA -

i I New Orleans April 9.-There was
,ST13J ia settlement prepaid!! freight ou a j ,
i Howe is out again after the
Mr. Lawrence no change; in the situation along r

laln'139! carloads C/f "('WD LCCK" BaiicgScalioard i, a severe attack of the grip. (Continued from First Page-) : river front yesterday so far as related Record

powder-5,9t6lii (JuI1Je. I i. ,' to the lockout of the screw men. '

Today (Gpad Friday) In St. Kather- thirty minutes after having his leg :'There was no attempt to load cotton

: ine's church, the rector, the Rev.. Dr. : amputated at the hip joint. He rank i II'I on any \'essel. there being no ,

H. P. Hodson will preach at .:30' p. :, ed as a seaman. .I cotton to be shipped. Nothing was

: Air Line Ry. i m. upon the text, "I Go a t ishing. I Edward Lee Purcell was born 23 I!done by the ship agents or screw-

years ago at Washington D. C. and he I men's associations. The white screw V

....'.O.IO..S..e,4ISOCIALECHOESI: In compliance! with the wishes of I died instantly from having his head. men are preparing' their reply to the '. .. Breaker !

I Admiral llig nson, owing to the unfortunate !' and brain destroyed by pieces of the statement issued by the ship agents i -

accident yesterdy on the I; gun. He was a landsman. and will have it ready within a day

I i Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Knowles i! Frank Leonard Berry was 22: years or two. I We are willing to go on record with a statement that no store ever pre.

have postponed the bay party, which I old and his home was in Kansas. He There was a special meeting 01 tte sented an elegant line of OXFORDS as we are offering. Look everywherebut .

.......................... they intended giving! to the admiral was killed in the same manner as executive committee of the White i' before you decide en your purchase, calf on us; the visit wi. sa\eCo!

Mr. and .Mrs. Cruchman who have and officers of his squadron on next was Purcell. Screwmen's Association yesterday, money and give us trade.. .Our

been the guests of Colonel and Mrs. Monday.Mrs. The Funeral. I and the sum of $2: :;,fllli) was voted out

S. SI. Mills at Fort Barrancas left to i The Iowa moved slowly down: to a IIof the reserve fund into tue general I

day for Philadelphia. i II. .\, Brosnahain and son Ash- i; point opposite the navy yard this 'I'{ fund, in order that the money 'I II $2.00Oxfords '

ton have returned from a very pleasant i morning and dropped anchor. Three might be on hand for contingencies.No .

Mr. DeLanan has been visiting;: his visit tOJ Mrs. Chipley R. Setze in hearses bad been sent to the yard by I other business came up at the I II
e
wife at Duluth, Ga. where )II'i!. De-I Atlanta. / I John Wood the undertaker. On the meeting. A committee meeting was for ladiesare the greatest values in the city. Can give the tin .J

Lanan Is staying for her health. 110 a. m. dummy several wagon loads I, held last night, but nothing: concern- Patent Leather or Vici Kid with French, Cuban! and Mi.ita' .t4

t : Silvio J. _Albino an expert stenog- i iof floral designs were dispatched to I:ing the lockout came up for discussion heavy extension soles, cr real light turn soles in
EdwinG. and typewriter who has lately
Reverend
The Right Bishop grapher
{ E. W. said.
I the yard by Messrs Patterson. I it was
will arrive been employed by the Armour Pack I
\\ eed Saturday night.
i W. A. D'Almberte and the firm of I A prominent: member, of the asso-
tie will alminister: the right of confession : ing Co., has secured a clerkship in the 14
I I. Gray Goodman & Rader. The designs j I elation said! last night that the screwmen -
and preach at the eleven clock oCce of the paymaster at the navy '
waiting
: were very beautiful and were were resting on their oars

?., sr-viv at Christi church Sunday vard. to do some- STYLES.Then .
contributed by people of Pensacola. At for the ship agents

ir 1rnm;. the navy yard a number of marines:: thing. lie scouted the idea that the
I ycu know that gives ycu a chance at the $20. It's in fie RED EwX,
t met the train and caried the flowers to association is finding it necessary to

The usual Saturday sale by the ladies SAILORS ANDBLUEJACKETS .............
i
the National cemetery where they care for any of the members. It was up I - -
of Christ's Church Guild! takes I
were laid with loving care upon the to them to take further action and ,
place tomorrow from 12: to C o'clock atEoI
graves of the three men. Although of : the screwmen would wait on them. MEYER SHOE CO.
Cahn's grocery store where Lous. I
two opposite races each: of the deceased ,
keepers may find all good things to The applies to the ten and
was paid the same respect. same
Feet Furui hers for Cash Only.
them in their also
help department,
i I II I Those Who Gave Flowers. I twenty cent candies sold by Jacoby,
the sale of beautiful Easter eggs will 102 SOUTH PALAPOX STREET.: : :
FIGHT BORDERING ON A RIOT some of those who sent flowers for I II that does to the thirty. They are put up
be a special feature. The sale this I ..
in attractive shape and equal cr sue "
the graves were Mrs. J. Z.
week is in charge of Miss Sallie flyer J! TOOK PLACE BETWEEN THEM cra\'eY'i i! candies.
Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. Williams: Mrs. Lot- perior to many high-priced
assisted by Mrs. FernaM. Mrs. Ta'IGrand j -
EARLY THIS MORNING. tie Stearns, Mrs. C. R. Burgoyne, Miss .
Miss Daisie Hallmark.
i :Maud Boysen Mrs Paul Gray, Miss 1 OLD CUP CHALLENGER i '

I Bishop \.. T. McCloskey, of Louis Mamie Smith Miss Ferrara Mrs. C. WINS RACE FROM NEW.I)

1 + rifle, is in the city I Early this morning six Spanish sail J. Pfieffer Mrs. George Clutter, Mrs \
Weymouth, April 9.-A 13-mile: run
Bishop iicCloskey is one of the distinguished ors tried to lick as man American blue- : Serrels Mrs. C. Moreno Jones and ,
a1!
to leeward and beat home giving
defines of his church. jackets but the foreigners soon found :: Miss Lena Slocumb. These ladies left I II
leeward and windward test of 30: miles j An air tight lead package pre. There's health in the cup
that American seamen, like Americanguns the designs at the Gray, Goodman &
I I. under conditions as similar as possible There's saved and
Mrs Rnsasco who has been enjoying ; were as full of resistance as Rader store.EEWS. j serves the bouquet of Tetley's money satisfaction
to those expected during the race for : secured !1 a pleasant! visit in Atlanta has re- any made. One American seaman from
lf ( the America's cup off Sandy Hook was 1 Tea for full Tea.
t rued h-jn-e. the Kt-arsargenamed; Richenbergerwasstabbed I your enjoyment

's !3 3t. by one of the Spaniards and ( I the course set for the two Shamrocks' I II ASK YOUR GROCER.

Thl'1ole city was shocked at thet was made to carry his arm in a sling I today. !
t .. I }NOTES : The breeze was very light not over j':
I
rrn/le, accident 0:1 the Iowa yester.y i when he appeared as:: a city witness {
V five knots as the boats, under club topsails ,
{ y '... The! lung stay of the ships hereui I this morning. l D

<' t, ...-> The citizens to take a deep in- The trouble occurred in Giardina'sdance !' ,' A--<, I ranged tip fur the start, and were (
-- -
IM street occupied by the family of E. '
! ( t'Tr in the men who have placed : hail on South Baylen street. One :
,. Tomorrow will see the opening of F. mouth pier. The starting times were
fjt : :.ire: at the disposal of their country of the Americans threw a beer glass
E. I'rawner's: New Department Store. ;! Shamrock I., 10:0'1:0:3; Shamrock '
The ilc 'pest sympathy: of among the Dons and one big double- ;,
i'
Workmen have been busily enzat.ed'; lil:flu:H 0. 111.\\ t..ate..ct&t..
P.-:. -arnlan.i is extended to the oflieers jointed man named Thoola Lfdslo took .o..e.c..1
/ 'Ji for the week in petting the different :
past j The older boat was just showing;
it as an insult and said he would lick''any '= e
; departments in order. An additional -i clear on the weather bow of the <'halIenger | o :\1., ,. ,'\t!'. .
two of the "Yankee pigs" that : :( I)
lpJ 1? HOW ALLICE DID IT. force of clerks and cash boys ] as they rounded the mark boat ;j e ;' ;
, wo tld step before him. That fighting : "'H (I/H
t ii' have been engaged and however large I Jib topsails were broken out and the I er
:Spaniard and<< seven of his chums gath-
Learned To Follow Instructions. the crowd may be every one will be boats reached: off free across the .
I jered in around Richenberger;: and I .
ti' '' "I puzzled mother mightily; one promptly waited on. The ladies are I mouth of the bay to get clear water
: started in him. The American
j on was 1 1I
't I morning after a return from visiting promised many new and beautiful tor a straight run clown the wind. During i New Orleans
t | surprised at the impudence of his foes : Grocery i
i'; q some friend.- She had suffere 1 terribly : goods not shown before this season. I the reach Shamrock III. showedthe 0
a j but managed to take care of himself!
t I from sleeplessness caused by coffee form that puzzled yachtsmen .
same
f very well until one of the Spaniards: Major Junes is to be commended for I II .
i
!, drinking, and of course general yesterday. After the challenger j : JAMES McHUGH, Prop. 0
named Pedro Bray stabbed<< him in the :; abating a nuisance that has existed for I .
o nervousness and stomach trouble! : fol | I I had closed in on Shamrock I. the latter I .
bide with a knife. Then the Spaniards a long time. This morning Officer
; ; lowed. I : PUh.\ opened} away again and as they rlach'i
: ran oft"q'lickly but were captured afterwards i tell was placed on duty at the \
'' "Some one told her to quit coffee and ed past White Nose the older boat led : ROASTED COFFEES i io
. j and all ('harge.with fighting end of Palafox street with instructions i e
; 115(' Postum Food C'oftee. but the first half minute.
nearly
by a .
, and assaulting. Pedro was fined $23.: : :'to keep the wharf end landings: clear \
;t'i' morning it was served to her it was sosipiil I( : \ I.. V
lH i Led-lu and another man named \\'adala .of! the loafers and bootblacks that ) +-
( and weak that she gave; it up YOUNG WOMAN KIDS HER .
wTffined f lo each and Albert Tar- !i have made it impossible for alady to '
j! t 'd went to drinking hot wut.: r hr she MOTHER AND HERSELF'
p t!' raP; who acted In the rapacity of apeicenu'ker go there without hearing;: language; that i .$ BLENDED TEAS ",at
I"J.1 i d not care for tea or coco.i. 0
.i : I .V.nit this time I .ent uniting. was fined $':, was unfit to be bra rd. Officer I'uhtell ,I Aberdeen Miss., April 9.-.\ ter- \

has the wharf clear of all objectionable I ri'oktragedy: occurred at the home of'' OUR SPECIALTIES.
conversation in i
ar> during the reply I' I IDt
I characters and it is safe: for ladies or Z. Cowart a farmer living twenty-i .
to : about mother's health I
;in ii.quiry; .
tt UOUNTRYMEN children: to there. miles from here. While! other': ?
I i ti' !Id < ;1 her sleepless: nights anl 1 Kaf go \\J.\ (S> :D e
'I '' c.'.) s
i'li work
at e
of the family were
( -I
. il I romS'Uun!: an-J ot the failure: ,,f they : 0o W
_ i THE ALABAMA GONE 1 Uosie Relic Cowart. I *
I in the field j -
t I '. ink that tried. / '0 e
: t : we HAD PISTOLS FOR TARGET PRACTICE.The 'hotlun.\! (.:)
1- 'aged: twenty-four with a :) 0
Ev
I -I I n'liiTvwI that my friend looki-.l\ .
I shot and Killed her mother then' .
.. t7
l r'I.Rowing! and wise at this state- t
I I -
battleship Alabama! sailed out rr1oJ 6
another in the housv
went to room
; !Ilt tIH,': ht nothing mare: of f I 9i en .
ion target practice: this morning, crossing : I 1 uJ
j ALABAMA TIMBER DRIVERS CAME and blew her own brains out. 0
j
i1 :.is tip l'. I the bar shortly before noon. The I The young woman had exhibited'' .. C y y ', -4 4
'In 'lie morning at breakfast I wa.H s 1 o y" _:
IN YESTERDAY: AFTERNOON Alabama will remain for several days Z .
f. which is the only I
I signs; 0 insanity, ,
:D
with most ,!iCioiB ol f .
a
\ ( cup} L&J
in the gulf. The Massachusetts which e :n .
theory that can be advanced for the I4
iff: which I drank with AND ARE NOW INDEBTED: TO t-
c great pleas: .
i has been in the m.: 1 : fur a week will I trasedy. z '- c 2J

ir but I notii-.il my hostess watching: i THE CITY.In I. return this afternu .... i, w 1 IT1 .

MO c'irefiilly! finally I a-ked for a siv- ;i I COTTAGE DESTROYED I a 1-.n .

and and she b.rst out laughing: .
cup[ ; ; I ,
MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES i BY FIRE TODAY. ; ti 0r
like1 I : Ie")
don't O
4 and remarked 'fu your f.ilks the early morning hours today J. FROM $1.50 TO $12.50. SIXTY ( f a 0

I'u-.tam.' 1 was astonish", and said O. Parker and G. W. Balden white timber ; DAYS FREE TRIAL ON OUR LAMINATED The cottage at Xo. :S33: East Romana I I Istreet 0 0 t t 3 e
This is! not Postum is it?' She sent for :
| "'C
'' FELT MATTRESSES. TRY 1 i ill1ar
( I drivers from Covington county occupied by the family of E. 'p oJ
the package in order to ;satisfy; me and ONE. MARSTON & QUINA. Z
'I', Ala., were sent to the police station :; \ was discovered to be on fire at '! rrt4 ..

it was exactly like the one mother had. I charged I i with being drunk and carry I, The teams are kept busy at Jacoby's i ';:a0; o'clock this morning and before: = 1 -:
Then learned that our failure was I II je
1 I iing concealed weapons. They were today: although the store has not been I the fire trucks could reach the scene' C
caused from not boiling! it long i
before the mayor on these charges andpleaded formally opened. He has enough the house was wrapped in flames. lieIroic i Q z .
readied home I told .
when I
enough FO
1 giiiriy; offering as excuses thatthey though to deliver all goods promptly. work prevented adjoining property ..
Mother I had found drink for
a new
i were timber drivers and had I but the Pillar cottage
from igniting
her and I cent into the kitchen and I II i HIGH CRADE GROCERIES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL i
always carried their pistols when at I YOU CAN SEE YOUR EASTER was gutted. Most of the family ,
made if from her old package: of Pos .
work in Alabama. The mayor did not : SUIT IN GRAY, GOODMAN & RADER'S were asleep when the fire started andtherefore Feed Stuffs .
tum. She was so delighted! with the I of All Kinds ,c,,
see any reason why Alabama methodsshunt :: WINDOW. the flames were not discov.rd i t
drinK that I told her it Pus-
new was: I !.! be allowed in Pensacola anJ I until they had gained considerable PHONE 105.
tum and it amusing to her j !
was see
I fined the men $10') each II CHAS. W. PRESSLEY. headway. All the effects were saved !

perplexity. She looked at the packageand : ; I by the prompt volunteer work of spec ... I .......................................

read it OH'r.t last she said 'Al | THE SMOKER WILLPROBABLY Going to take vacation, send your tators. I'1

ice how did you ever do it'? I said 'By BE POSTPONED. piano work to Johnson's Book store at The place was owned by John Sun- !'

A simply folljwing the directions: She
once. AlO-lw JAflES
i! day colored, and was insured. The HUGHES
!! exclaimed '11 hy I did not know thero
value placed on the house was aLoutI.HIII. ,
were any directions.' It seems the I It is learned this afternoon that the NOTICE.
$ .
t t cook had nut looked at the package smoker intended for the men on the Regular meeting of Fidelity LodgeNo. ;

t, tat just brewed it with a little: hot battleships[ will have to be postponed. CS, K. of P. this! evening at 7:30 A False-Alarm. ,' f?

t water like the would tea: and that I kept I The men will not be permitted to ac with work in :3rd rank. All membersare Last night to a call intedned for the BOILER[ AND MACHINE I [ WORKSI

will not make good Postum. It must general invitations for a week or earnestly requested to be present patrol wagon at 6:45 o'clock from box

be boiled just as the directions say,, I more as a week of mourning will be members of sister lodges and visiting 16, trucks responded with the usual)

then the flavor is delicious. observed brethern are cordially invited.
hurry and the firemen were chagrined

t "The next day mother was: going to I DR. J. B. TILLER C. C. learn that their run was for nothing Ito BOILERS AND MACHINERY BOUCHT AND SOLD.

she a little coffee party anl"t..' serve I PRESIDENT SMITHIN -
-
A policeman had arrested a party who |
od Fostam Instead of coff...'.. The la- PENSACOLA TODAY. Crew Notices. did not appreciate the idea of going. Sol to 807 South Palafox St.

dies were all delighted with it. and and in the the box
to jail struggle was
PHONE 123 and 292.
we now have 'Postums' instead of President Milton H Smith of the a wrongly operated.In I II POSTOFFICE BOX 404.

Coffees,' and it would astonish anyone Louisville! & Nashville railroad arrived 1
I
to hear the experience of the different in the city yesterday in private car -- compliance with the wishes of :

ladies as to how well they feel I I X.>. 3:::a. The elegant car was today NOTICE-;Neither the captain Owners Admiral! Higginson, owing to the un CREENHUT & CO. J!

and how soundly they sloop at night tender to Admiral Higginson for a nor Consignees of the Br. ss Ursula fortunate accident yesterday on the A

since they' have adopted Postum instead I trip to New Orleans and the admiral Bright will be responsible for: Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Knowles ,
'
of the old fashioned coffee! and and officers will probably go to: the debts contracted by the crew of said have postponed the bay party which I .WHOLESALE GROCERS

particularly since they have: followed Crescent City tonight. vessel. COODE, Captain.W. they intended giving to the admiral i ... ,

directions." Name given by PostumCo. S. Keyser & Co., Consignees. and officers of his squadron on next t

., Battle Creek, Mich. Try The News Want Column. F9mIt Monday I I Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St, PENSACOLA, FLA.




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