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THE PENSACQ1Aj O1JNAL w uro J 190
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PENSACOIJA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MARCH 29 1905
C The Russian fleet under Admiral
Bojestvamsky has resumed its junket
Father Gopon has accomplished the
s
Charlie Ross disappearing act to per
fection
The Czar didnt know he was licked
until Drench financiers gave him a tip
to that effect
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Tampa grocers have formed a trust
tis understoo that one of the ob
3ects of the trust Is no trust Fun
ny isnt it
Of
Old maids aresaid to be enthusiastically
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p tically taking up jiu jitsu Bachelors 1
r will please take note and be governed I
accordingly I
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The Breathitt county assassin
i have been held without bail for trial
Can it be that Kentucky is at last
getting civilized
The Red Clay Hills of Leon will
soon be ringing with the eloquence
1 of Florldatstatesmen is the way
r the Monticello News expresses it
Governor Hoch says that the bat
tleship Kansas will be christened with
i a bottle of allnot the trust product
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but just plain Kansas crude oil
+ Two candidates named Trickey and
Grabske have been nominated for
offices Intthe town of Rosedale Mo
Galvoston Tribune
More work is evidently in sight for
r Joe Folk
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h z A chemical analysis of a Chicago
r lemon pie resulted in discovering the
fw following ingredients
i < V Starch in thiok firm paste flavor
rW 1 ed slightly and very little acid 21
ii per cent sugar Aniline coloring
fl41 methylorange group The color is
ml I made synthetically from aniline and
i aniline from coal Method dimethyl
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aniline on diazbezinesulphqnic acid
Methyl orange Is poisonous In large
doses Found to contain very little
flavoring and acid from lemon Fill
ing of starch paste sugar and colored
deep yellow
No wonder the mortality is great
in the Windy City
With a revolution on in San Domin
go and war threatened with Venezu
ela the chances are that your Uncle
Samuel will be kept fairly weU on the
jump during the spring and summer
Florida also grows some tomatoes
The crop this year is estimated at
2000000 crates nearly jtwothjrds of
which will be shipped from the west
coast The east coast crop is estimat
ed at 700000 crates
Editor Stoneman of the Miami
I Evening Record will probably hear
from the following which appeared in
a recent issue of his valuable paper
The Tampa Tribune of Wednes aY
contains an interesting editorial head
A Lobster Trust No one who
is acquainted with Editor Stovall
would suspect Im of taking advan
tage of the present session of the
state press association to become per
sonaL
The railroad systems of West Vir
ginia are said to be badly demoralized
on account of the trainmen being too
absorbed in working out a problem to
attend to business The problem fol I
lows UA train one mile long starts
from the station at Glady The en
gine leaves the station and the con
ductor waits until the caboose comes
when he jumps on the caboose and
walks forward over the train When
the engine reaches the next station
Oxley four miles distance from GJady
the conductor steps oft the engine
How far does the conductor ride and
how far does he walk
ty i An ExPugilistic I
I V Champions Advice i
ti To American Boys
t I f iBy JOHN L SULLIVAN Greatest Fighter the World Has Ever Produced
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m r MO K rt cigarettes I Chop it chop it Thats my advice
Ii + > 8 Cigarettes never did any one any GOOD and theyve
110 done a lot of people a lot of harm Cut em out
> Do you ever drink i Well cut that cut it quick Itll
save you a lot of mpney and a lot of trou le
I I dont believe in lecturing but take my advice and cut out drink
3ng and smoking cigarettes When you get older and must smoke
Tvhyfimokea good cigar jOK A PIPE j s
t lit K r
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i No one has to smoke1 anything or drink anything but its been
H4 > my experience that no boy ever lived nest door to an orchard that
H4ft Sdidnt jump the fence nn swipe apples once in awhile I dont know
ft that 3d care much for em if they didnt try the apples anyhow but
ftv thisrum business wont do you any good
r I OUGHT TO KNOW WHAT IM TALKING ABOUT IVE OWNED
FORTY OR FIFTY SALOONS MY TIME ANDWAS GLAD TO GET
v OUT OF THAT BUSINESS 1 KNOW AS MUCH ABOUT DRINKING
1 HUM AS ANY ONE
I Pvo drunlc a lot of it in my day I never was a drunkard but
t 1t rye drunk too much lots too much and smoked too much I
J 1 About the only thing I brag about is that I NEVER SMOKED
CIGAEETTE in my life
Pm an advocate of temperance in all things and especially in smok
K f ing drinking and eating I used to be a great eater but I cut that
F8 ut I only eat two meals aday and Pmbetter off ior it
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I ow Pm not posing as a horrible example or anything like that j
+ Im simply telling what Pye learned I y experience I would have
Ixjen champion of tho world for years longer and probably NEVER
WOULD HATE BEEN iWHLPPED had it not been for intem
I perance in living in eating and in drinking and smoking I didnt
if drink much in training and tiie smoking I did did not hurt me ma
terially but at that I did t much of it and when I met Cor ettA
IA BO3 could have whipped me if he had made me RUN AFTER
jH if long enough j
I had a wonderful constitution I have a wonderful constitution
now BUT SMOKING AND DRINKING INEVER DID IT
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JT GOOD They havent worn It out as they would have worn
T1c ut some men but still they didme no j opdc
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WILL MRifeRYAN LEAD
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Birmingham Ledger
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There is a growing belief that Mr
Bryan will be a prominent figure in
the next campaign kThat is the nat
ural swing of the penlulum Our party
drifted to the other extreme last year
and nominated Judge Parker and the
result was so disastrous that no man
of that wing or the party will be
nominated again
Mr Clevelands York of disrupting
the party was so thoroughly done tiiat
a permanent division seems the only
solution That will mean the reor
ganization of the democracy along the
lines advocated by Mr Bryan That
seems inevitable There is a large
independent vote that will go to that
faction in the next campaign and
there will be a considerable democrat
ic vote that will become independent
Indeed there is reason to think that
more than half the voters in the
United States will feel free to vote as
they please in the future The gold
men have refused in a large measure
to vote for a demdcratic nominee and
now that the silver men have refused
to vote for a democratic nominee the
other voters in the party feel that
neither faction has a hold on them
These facts are the basis of the be
lief that Mr Bryan will leatf the at
tack on vested Interests under the
tariff and that Mr Roosevelt or some
man after his heart vill lead the con
servative forces with a show of re
form In any event Mr Bryan will
be one of the central figures Beyond
question he has grown larger since
the St Louis convention It will be
Bryan or what
Suit Under AntiTrust Law
Little Rock Ark March 28 Attor
ney General L R Rogers has insti
tuted the first suits under the new
antitrust law of Arkansas The de
fendant the German Alliance Ins tr
ance Company and the Hartford In
surance Company Hartford Conn
which are alleged to have transacted
business in this state since the new
law became effective last Friday and
to have violated the anticompact
clause of the act
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Bill Indefinitely Postponed
Little Rock Ark March 28The
state senate hasvindeflnitely postpon
ed Senator Amiss bUt to create a
state racing commission to be com
posed of the govern secretary and
attorneygenerak
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RUSSIA PREPARING TO
NEGOTIATE FOR PEACE
Continued from First Page
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4 Mutual obligation not to use
any part of Korean territory for
strategic purposes nor undertake on
the coasts of Korea any military 1
works which menaces free navigation
of the Korean straits 3 I
5 Recognition by Russia of Ja
pans right to send troops to Korea I
in accordance with the preceding Articles
tides for the suppression of insurrec
tions and disorders calculated to cre
ate internal complications
6 An engagement by Russia to
respect the rights and privileges ac
quired by Japan as well as other pow
ers in Manchuria through the treaties
with China Japan to recognize Man
churia and the Littoral as beyond he
sphere of interest
7 A mutual agreement not to Im
pede the junction of the Korean and
eastern China railroads when they
have reached the Yalu river
S That this agreement supplants I
all previous agreements between Rus I
sia and Japan respecting Korea I
9 The desirability if possible of I
creating a neutral zone in Korea
After careful comparison the above i
and preceding exchanges all of which
confirms the fact that Russia from
the first to the last insisted that it
was consistent with her dignity to icr
elude in a special treaty with Japan
an obligation to respect the territorial
integrity of China in Manchuria re
iterating in the instructions sent to
Baron Rosen which were accompanhd
by a note of explanation to Japan that
Russias position Manchuria con
cerned first China and then all th9
other powers having commercial in
terests there and again pointing out
the declarations already made by Rus
sia to foreign cabinets of her I
so long as the occupation of Man
churia continued to recognize the sov
ereignty of China and the binding
force of the treaties contracted by thg
powers with the Pekiu government
With the exception ora rearrange
ment and some slight vital change
toe first five articles are identical with
those of Russias original reply of Oc
tober 3 1903 Russia made three con
cessions Mn the final noto as follows
1 The with1rawal of the provision
in the Russian note of January 6 1904
declining to recognize the settlement
rights in Manchuria acquired under
treaties with China a point on which
Japan laid great stress These rights
Russia claims were acquired by Japan
under cover of treaties negotiated by
the United States
2 Recedence from insistence upon
the proposition neutral zone in
Northern Koreabut again putting for
ward its desirability
3 Acceptance of the stipulation in
article of Japans original proposi
tions regarding the juncture of the
Korean and Manchurian railroads
Russia refused
1 To include in the treaty an ob
ligation to respect the In
tegrity of Manchuria
H2 To withdraw the inhibition
again using Korean territory for strate
gic purposes
The note proves conclusively that
Russia hoped to prolong the negotia
tions
Panic on Bourse
St Petersburg March 2S328 p
mA semipanic prevailed on thc
bourse here today Russian imperial
fours fell a Jjolat to 8
LIVELY LITTLE
4 t > TOWN OF GAY
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GayFI a March 2sGay is situat
ed on the north arm of St Andrews
bay nd nag a church and a good I
school The Greon Gay Lumber Co
have a mill and run three launches
one of them being the largest in the
bayGay I
Gay is the headquarters of Mr R
L McKenzie of the turpentine firm of
Vickers McKenzie This company
owns and operates four or five turpen
tine stills besides bein interested in
quite a large tract of land I
Dr C E Booth ha a large farm
under cultivation near here and has
planted in addition to other crops 15
acres of sugar cane >
Mr L C Gay is building a large
twostory house on the bay front I
FIRE ORDINANCE
TOBt ENFORCED
NO FRAME BUILDINGS OR TENTS
CAN BE ERECTED IN THE
FIRE LIMITS
The fire limit ordinance which pro
hibits the erection within a certain
space of anyframe building or tent
Is to be strictly enforced and parties
whp navo commence the erection of
such structures will be notified this
morning by Marshal Schad to this
effect
This applies directly to the many I
stands erected during the past few
weeks by parties who have brought
shows and attractions to tne city ami
which are located within the fire
limits There are more than half a
do on of these and ae they have been
given a reasonable time In which to
remove the objectionable structures
they will not be allowed to make fur
ther use of them
This action was taken last night at
a meeting of the Board of Public
Works a number of other matters
also being considered
EXTRA HELP
AF POSTOFFICE
ON ACCOUNT OF EXTRA WORK
THREE NEW CLERKS WILL
BE ADDED
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which Is how being received for the
men of the big feet additional help
has been allowed the local postofflce
and after April 1st three new clerks
will Je added to Iba present force
The new clerks will be Miss Edith
Tippin C iO Langford and Albert
Bagley all of whom have been select
ed from the list of those qualified
under the civil service rules One fl
the three jxtra qlerks will be retained
regularly as the department has allow f
ed an extra clerk for the office com
mencing o4 the abov date
The fact that so many vesels are
now In port caused the work in the
office to be almost doubled and it was
necessary that some assistance be al
lowed the regular force On Tuesday
when the fleet entered there were al
most two car loads of mail matter at
the postoffice and each day it arrives
in largo quantities
Alabama Town Burned
Montgomery Ala March 28A
special from Paunsdale Ala says
that the business portion of the town
was practically wiped out by fire
The approximate loss is given at 55
000 with insurance amounting to
about onefourth of tnat amount
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S TERSELY TOLD
BUSINESS LOCALS
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Hendrlx Carpenter will furnish
estimates on building and painting
and gUo personal attention to work
932 E Strong and 824 East Lau
streets <
McKinaio Oertlne Co wholesale
and retail ship chandlers and groces
the only firstlass house of the kind
In Pensacola Fair prices to alt
Stationery Always uptodate
Everything selected In view of offering
the vetY best values C V Thompson
son 30 South Palafox
LEGAL IDVERTISEiEHTS
Notice is hereby given that on the I
31st of May 190o the undersigned 1
will present to the Judge of the
county court of Escambia county his
vouchers and accounts for annual set
tlement of the estate of Mary G
Scott deceased
dmo
JNO C AVERY
mch5oaw8w Executor
A 1000 Rented Hop
will cost you 1500 per month Do I
you save the IBOO A 1000 homo
bought for you in The Standard Trust
Company will cost you 750 per
month and it is credited on the loan
till the home is paid for Which is
the best Loans can be paid for at
any time thus stopping further in
terest Investigate our plan
E C ABBOTT
MANAGER
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H L COVINQT0N President ME CLARK Cashier
C W LAMAR VlcePresldent JNO PFEIFFER Asst Cashier
The American National Bank
OF PENSACOLA FLA
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 40000
DctEC OBS
Henry L Covlngton I
J M Pfeiffer
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Bryan Dunwody
Frank Rellly 0
I W G Hosasco I
T F McGourin
r I F E Brawner i
C W Lamar
S J Foshee
A M Avery
W H Milton Jr
O B Maura
W L Cawthon
C ONeaL
Dr W J Hannah
McKenzie Oertlng
Alex McGorwin
J R Saunders C M CovIngton
Accounts of Banks Individuals Corporations and Firms Solicited
I Four per cent interest paid on Time Deposits
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WM H XNOWLES PJIESIDENT W K HYER JR VPBKS AND CASHIER
THOS W BRENJ ASST CASHIEB W N ROBERTS ASST OASHIEE
FIRST S
NATIONAL BANK
of Perisacotey Fla
DIRECTORS F C Brent W A Biount Wm THLKnowles
F W K Hyer Jr D G Brent
FOftEIOlIllID DOMESTIO EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLO I
We draw our own Bills of Ex
change on Great Britain Ireland
Germany France Austria Italy
Holland Spain Belgium Russia
Norway Sweden Denmark and
other European countries
Vessels disbursed ppon the Most
Favorable Terms and their obli
gations taken Payable at Port of
Destination Ten Days After Ves
sel Arrives there
Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent in Connection with which we
have a Private Department for the use of Renters
Savings Department Interest Paid on De
posits at Rate of 4 per cent per Annum
K HILTON GREEN PRESIDENT T E WELLES VlOEPBBSIDEKT
L H UUSHNKLL UASniEB MANSFIELD MORENO AflSTCAaniKE
Citizens National Bank
v of rensaoola Florida
DiroctorlJh
Qfeo W VrJRht Morris Bear T E WeUes
Rlx if RObinson L Hilton Green
A GENERAL BNKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
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J S REESE President E W MENEFEE Cashier t
1 R M GARY VIcePresldent
t THE PEOPLES BANK OF PENSACOLA i
4 > DlrectorsL J Reeves J S Reese W Dec Kessler R M Gary <
Tf W A DAlemberte T1 A Jennings
t TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINlCBS
t YOOR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED
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R M GARY
ICQAL
JelliGO Little Gahaba Brcohwood
p Orders left at either
Offices 43 S Palafox Retail Yardss Cor Tar
Street or I ragona and Gonzalez
Phone 93 I Streets Phone 6
wlll receive prompt attention
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I Back Again at the Same Old Stand i
< but with an entire new line of p
I FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES 11
FEEDSTUFFS ETC J
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I I WANT ALL MY OLD CUSTOMERS BACK AND ALL THEIR il
t v FRIENDS TOO 5
t JE A VAN PELT i
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fit 143 E INTENDENCIA ST
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E B AC08TA D B WHITE
ACOSTA WHITE
Ooa1 aJ1d vv OOd
PERFECT DELIVERY COMPETING PRICES GOOD WOOD AND j
COAL AND A GOOD FIRM
RING PHONE 363
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Merchants Transfer Co
Thorsen Prater Managers
Hauling of every description Safest and Machinery moved
SipecIalattGntioa given to Baggage dayor night
i Phe S33 and 971 P O Box 67
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Political Annonncements
WBIIE PRIMARY CANDIDATES
FOR MAYOR
i am a candidate for mayor of the
City of Pensacola and I respectfully
solicit the support of the voter3 < a
the primary to be held April 4 IMS
CHAS H BLISS
FOR MAYOR
I hereby announce myself a caD U
date for mayor of the city of Peasa
cola subject to the
action of the pr
mary to be held April 4 105
FRANK REILLT
FOR MARSHAL
I hereby announce jny caadidar
for reeleotion to the office of Cir
Marshal subject to the action of tAt
democratic party
C F SCHAD
FOR CITY TREASURER
The friends of W K Hrer Sr an
nounce him as a candidate for City
Treasurer subject to the acttoa ot
the Democratic Primary
FOR CITY TREASURER
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office of city treasarr I
subject to the action of the demo I
cratic primary and solicit the sup
port of all voters
votersmr
mr G DAILEY
FOR TAXCOLLECTOR
I hereby announce yself a canfl
date for cfty
taxcollector subject to
the action of thc white democratic pri
mary JNO CARY WHITING
FOR ALDERMAN PRECINCT 12T
I hereby announce myself a canti
date for precinct alderman from Prt
cinct 12 subject to tie action of the
coming democratic primary
A H DALEMBERTE
FOR ALDERMAN PRECINCT 12T
I hereby announce my candidacy
alderman at large from Precinct Nu i
12 subject to the action of tae demo
cratic primary C H GINGLES II
FOR ALDERMAN PRECINCT 13 =
I hereby announce myself as a raa
didate for precinct alderman in Pre
cinct No 13 subject to the aUa ot
the primary of April 4th prox
P K YOXGEL
FOR ALDERMAN PRECINCT
I hereby announce my candidacy u
alderman from Precinct 14 subject
the action of the coming prmary
JAS McHUGH
FOR ALDERMAN PRECINCT Vs
I hereby announce myself a can
date for Alderman at Large from i > r
cinct 15 subject to the action of
coming primary
war HAYS
FOR ALDERMAN PRECINCT 15
I hereby announce my candidacy for
precinct alderman from Preciact 15
subject to tho action of the primary
of April 4 next
W B WRIGHT
CITY ELECTION CANDIDATES
FOR CITY TAX COLLECTOR
I iereby announce myself as a rn
didate for reelection to the offli <
tax collector of the city of < n
and ask the support of all voters u
the city election
NEILS McK QERTIXG
FOR CITY TREASURER
I hereby announce myself a can
date for City Treasurer Ia the e
election of Juno 6 190S
MANSFIELD MORENO
For City Marshal
I hereby annotiBeetbat I am a o
didate for City Marshaf at thr ph
tion to be held June 8 1900 I r
spectfuliy ask the support of a
voters FRANK LiE
For City Treasurer
I hereby announce myself as i et >
didate for reelection to thf ffir > rot
City Treasurer and ask the 9v > J r
all voters at the city election I
held June 6th
JOS I JOHNSON
POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENTS
HOW TO VOTE
Many votes bare been loaf in
last elections by being marked w
To avoid this care dho ld be ta r
properly mark the ballot IB fn
Ing primary according to the 1
ing instructions
Do not mark out any name
Do not make a crOA abr
name
Do not make a cross OB tk f
between the names
Make the cross BETWEEN T <
LINES and BEFORE THE NAVE
I your choice
If you are In favor of pub <
provemantg and a protretll t
mark your ballot thns
FOR MAYOR
Vote for one
ix CHARLES H BLISS
FRANK REILLEY
Wi B WRIGHT 8l CO
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